Question about NorStar M7324 Telephone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, Press feature 9 8 3, display shows: Log: QUIT RETRY OK, enter system coordinator mailbox and password ( default is 102 0000 ), press OK, display shows: Admin MBOX AA OTHR, Press AA, display shows: Auto Atdt Admin GRTG TABLE LINES, Press GRTG, display shows: Greeting Admin GRTG AA, press GRTG, DISPLAY SHOWS: Greeting: RETRY OK, enter greeting number ( 1 to 20, usually 1 is the Main Greeting ), press OK, display shows: Greeting < X >, RETRY PLAY REC, press REC, at the sound of the tone record your greeting, press OK to end recording, display shows: Accept greeting? RETRY PLAY OK, press OK when you are satisfied. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
SOURCE: re recording the CCR tree
You will have to determine which CCR tree is in use. Typically Greeting table 1 is associated with Company greeting 1 and CCR tree 1. After you log into the voice mail admin box choose "OTHR" then choose CCR, then ADMIN. enter 1 for tree 1. I believe at this point you get an admin option. Choose that and you should see "path:' Enter 0 for the path and you will see your record option. Do your recording and then choose end and save as tree 1. If you still have problems send me your email and I will forward you a cheat sheet I put together for the AA/CCR changes. I've been working on the Norstar/BCM - NAM/Callpilot line for quite soem time so there are very few things I don't know about these systems.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
The solution for someone using the administrator phone (receptionist phone) is after discovering you have a fax call, depress the <link> button. Dial the fax number, wait for it to answer, then depress <link> again. This places call 1 with an outside number.
Apparently this is also available if you have a feature button by depressing <feature> <7> <1> instead of <link>. I haven't tried this so don't take my word for it.
This can also be used to forward a caller to an outside line, such as a cell phone. In the manufacturing business, our shop manager is never in the office. I may ask him if this is a viable solution.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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