Question about Panasonic KXDT343 Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your message is not in 999. Either way, the system messages are stored and accessed from 998. From any phone, dial #6*998 and put in the password to get to the Greetings or Custom Service messages.
The original installer or whoever set up the sytsem should have left instructions on where everything is.
Note that 999 will let you reset a password or delete a subscriber mailbox. You may access any mailbox from anywhere, even remote, with the #6* xxx command.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
SOURCE: We have a KX-T7630 phone and we are trying to reset mailbox password but it won't work. We tried to delete password by accesing mailbox 999. We went to Other features Mailbox Setup . Reset Pas
You need to set a specific password. Probably in RESET password, it's reset to a default value, so if you don't know what the default is, then you can't use it. We usually use x(plus your extension), where x is like a digit 3 or 4, but I didn't install yours :-)
Posted on Sep 28, 2012
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