Question about Panasonic KX-T7730 Corded Phone
It depends on what system the 7730 is connected to. If it's a TA series, then you can set a couple of *LIGHTED* buttons (left side) to track CID info. There are two types, Common and Personal. They are set by PROGRAM press the button and dial 96 for the Indication and 97 for the Selection. Each of those codes are saved with a STORE. Personals are 6 and 7. Be careful when you dial the 7 code, because it also happens to be the extension LOCK command :-) The TRANSFER button is the CLEAR command.
There is some system programming required for CID, but IIRC the default settings should be enough to make it work.
A much easier way to review all calls, is to capture the serial port SMDR data from the system. You can use Hypertrm or a commercial program like ProSMDR to put the reports on the network so everyone who has a password can see it. A free caputre program for Panasonic that runs under Windows 2000 or lower or on XP in emulation mode is Phonelogger (www.mft.com/phonelogger). It's tricky to set up, but it is pretty stable under Windows 2K...so it will run under just about anything, possibly even an ME box if you can get the serial port to behave.
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