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I need to change the number of rings on my NorTel T7208 before it goes to voicemail (none of the manuals address this item). Does anyone know the procedure?

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    george peters May 11, 2010

    Are you talking about before its answered by the main greeting or a mail box?

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The feature is called "Call Forward/No Answer" - the procedure is in the Norstar System manual.

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