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I have Panasonic KX-T7433 phone system. Building power shut down knocked out our voicemail. When I press the VM function key there is no noise or ability to enter PW like before. It just says VTR-165

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SOURCE: Change the time on phone system

1) press "Program", then * *, then 1234,
2) press "0 0 0",
3) press "speaker" two times,
4) change the time
5) press "store".
6) pick up the receiver to complete the change.

Do this change on the "lead" phone and it will reset all the others on your system. Not exactly an intuitive process to be sure!

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SOURCE: Panasonic KX=T7433 VTR Button

get to www.panasonic.com and click in the support and dwonload section then type ur model number and sart download the manuals for free and a lot more!

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Changing hold music - Panasonic KX-T7433

If it's truly music and not tones, the music comes from a device plugged into the system cabinet. On the side of the system there is a port marked MOH with a cable and a box at the other end. Here's where you find the MOH device and either change the CD or record new messages into it.

Intellitouch has a product called message studio that lets you make your own message on hold messages here:
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The demo is free, and a licensed product is about $30.

Carl

Posted on May 11, 2009

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SOURCE: How do I transfer a

A lot depends on what you dial to get to the voice mail and if it's a Panasonic product. Normall, x165 is the VM. So, you take a spare button, label it VTR (voicemail Transfer) and then press PROGRAM 99, the button and dial 8 165 STORE. Pick up the handset and drop it back down to exit programming mode. The button can be any button, including a PF button (not many features can use it).

Carl

Posted on Sep 18, 2010

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SOURCE: how do i put the whole system in voicemail or

The simple answer is you can force the PBX into night mode by dialing 782 on the main phone. However, it does requre programming, so if you don't have night ringing and voice mail defined, then it still won't work. 781 goes back to day mode.


Carl

Posted on Sep 22, 2010

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