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As the receptionist I take calls and then transfer them to the person the caller disires to speak with. For example, if I am on a call and the person I am speaking with would like to speak with my boss, I...


A couple of things, but first. When you TRANSFER a call to your boss using the transfer button, he key to getting rid of the call is to hang up. But that's not your problem. When we install voice mail systems, we reserve 3 buttons; one for VM TRANSFER, one for 2 WAY TRANSFER, and one for VM RECORD. It's easier to link you to the OM of a TDA system than explain it, so here's the link http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/Pana/TDA/200_TDA_OM_06-121.pdf

Pdf page 170 will give you the table for setting up your 94,91 and 90 codes for the above features.
Basically, you press PROGRAM, the button, and dial, for example, 94 500 SAVE to store the VMT . You use it by pressing that button while you on the call (no hold) and either dial your boss' extension or press his DSS button. If you use the 2-way transfer, you can actually put his number under one button and carry on a 2-way conversation with the outside party. Kind of like you would do with the old 'pink slip' messages.

Carl

Mar 16, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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All the calls we recieve in the office go through me. I greet the caller and then transfer them to the person they want to speak with. When I transfer a call, let's say to my boss, my boss will pick up...


Haven't you solved this yet? When we install a system, we reserve THREE buttons for voice mail functions. One is VM Transfer, one is 2 Way Transfer, and one is VM Record. In order you pick 3 buttons press PROGRAM one of the buttons and dial in order 94 500 STORE 01 500 STORE and 90 500 STORE, assuming your voice mail is on the default extension of 500. To send a call to someone's voice mail you press VMT and his DSS button or dial his extension and hang up. The outside party will get all of his greeting. If you want to prompt the user, like you would if you were taking a pink slip, you press 2W Transfer and his extension and carry on a conversation with the outside party. The message records in their mailbox as a new message. If you want to silently record into your OWN box, you press the VM Record button and your conversation is recorded into your own box as a new or old message, depending on how the system is set up.

There are other variations, including a single button transfer into someone's mailbox and some other features that are covered in you telephone sytsem OM or User's manual under Customizing your phone.

Carl

Mar 16, 2011 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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If I call an extension and they don't answer how do I program the phone so that I can leave that person a message? I'm using Panasonic KX-T7453 Thanks Chris


Press the MESSAGE button. It will light the lamp on the receiving station and when they press MESSAGE it will show that you called.

If you're trying to program "voice mail", then there are specific instructions to setting Call Forward No Answer or just dialing into the VM sytsem and dialing #6 and their extension to leave a direct message.

Carl

Dec 01, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7453 Corded Phone

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How do you transfer to voice mail?


With a VM Transfer button. Assuming you have a Panasonic brand VM and the access code is 500, you program one of the 24 buttons to dial 94500 (the sequence PROGRAM button 94500 STORE). Now, when you're on a call, press the VMT button and dial or press the extension DSS and hang up.

Carl

Oct 20, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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Cannot retrieve voicemail


When you press the message button, look at the display. Is it really going to the VM extension or is it going to another phone? Othre people could have left you a message by calling you and pressing the MESSAGE buttone either on purpose, or by accident.

You can clear ALL message lights from your phone by dialing *700 plus your extension and #. Of course you can access VM by dialing the VM extension, usually 165 or 500 from the intercom.

Apr 06, 2010 | Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone

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REPROGRAM USER NAMES PASSWORDS


This will be an incomplete answer because you asked an incomplete question.

The first pat of your question involves access to the voice mail system. You can change it from a PC with software to access the system, or from the system manager's mailsbox (999). WHen the system was installed, you should have been given instructions and a password to that mailbox. You log into the manager's mailbox and select options 6 then 1 then 1 to edit or 3 to reset the password.
Easiest for you is to reset the password and make each mailbox owner do his own name, password, directory characters, and greetings.

There are at least 2 ways to get someone's call to voice mail. The first is by setting call forward at the phone. That's the *710x (VM) # that you dial from the intercom. My voice mail system is at ext 165, so I use *7104165# to send it to VM only when I don't answer. The 4th digit options are 2 for all calls, 3 for busy 4 for no answer, and 5 for busy/no answer. Once you set it, the FWD/DND button functions as a selector.

The second way is, if you know the person is not going to answer, you set up a VM Transfer button.
That's where you take a spare button of the 24, label it, and dial the following. PROG press the button 94 (VM) ENTER. Again, mine is 94165.

The 3rd way involves system programming and has to be set up by the system installer. It involves extension intercept and has timing parameters and destinations that need to be programmed.

I think I got most of your question answered. Post again if you have any questions.

Carl




Oct 22, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone

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Set up voice mail


Feature 14 comes to mind. It's the VM Transfer button for a Partner Voice Mail.

You set it up by dialing FEAT 00 press the button and dial FEAT 14. End programming by dialing FEAT 00.

To use it, when a call comes in press the VMXFR button and dial or press the person's DSS button.

Carl

Sep 09, 2008 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

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Voice Mail


TRANS, VM button (440) then the extension number or their pre-programmed button.

Aug 29, 2008 | Vodavi 30-Button XTS Telephone

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I can't get the voicemail button to work


You are describing two different things. The "speaker 43" is the default code for Busy/No Anser Set. The correct syntax should be Speaker - 43 - 399 - Speaker. That should set CFWD B/NA to VM. Next, if you have a button programmed to call VM, it is probably a speed-dial or one-touch button. It would have to be programmed to dial 399. If that is not working, try calling VM (399) and make sure you can get into the box that way. If that works, but the button does not, press the Feature Key and the button for VM. It should display what is programmed for that button. If it needs to be changed to call VM, the syntax is: Feature - Redial - the button to program - "1" - "399" - Feature.

Feb 07, 2008 | NEC DTU 8D-2 Corded Phone

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Will Not go to voice mail


Jennifer209, if you press FEATURE + the button VM is pre-programmed on what does it display? It should show the extension number pilot to VM. If you call it directly, what happens? If you get no answer calling it directly, your VM may be down.

Kaait, is it getting into the VM that's the problem, or doing things inside the mailbox that is the problem?

Nov 21, 2007 | NEC Electra Elite DTU 16D-2 Corded Phone

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