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I need to re-program the entire system. New employees, new extensions, get messages from phones that have passcodes and the employees have left the job. Is there a passcode that overrides the ones that are programmed in?

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SOURCE: Change the Extension ID To New Employee Name

To change the names on the NEC Dterm 80.

Feature, Conf, #, 0, *, 8974, LINE 4, 18.

Select Conf to go to the name you want to change.

Select Hold to erase the characters.

Select Transfer to save it.
Once you save, make sure you go back to "18".


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My message light will not turn red so I am not aware that I have a message. If I push the "message" button, it is busy


You are missing a lot of information, but here goes. Your message light is unlikely broken in a new phone. Have someone ring your extension and press "4". Now look at your phone and press MESSAGE. The display tells you who left the message and you get 2 options on your soft keys to call or erase the message.

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Change the Extension ID To New Employee Name


To change the names on the NEC Dterm 80.

Feature, Conf, #, 0, *, 8974, LINE 4, 18.

Select Conf to go to the name you want to change.

Select Hold to erase the characters.

Select Transfer to save it.
Once you save, make sure you go back to "18".


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