Re: panasonic kx-t7453, night mode message programming
Do you mean have calls transferred to voice mail? Go into system programming and change 408 (DIL 1:1 Nite) to point to the ext of the voice mail port, which depends on your system. That number is found in 118
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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.
First of all, PROGRAM 99 is for programming the phone features. Time is a system feature. In a TD system, you change the time from the attendant console or manager's phone. The sequence starts PROGRAM **1234 and you dial 000 as the sys program number.
A solution depends on what you are trying to achieve. Usually they are set up this way so when everyone has gone home the calls go to the voice processing system. If you have people working later, it would be easy to make night mode start later via system programming, which is program number 102 .
The voice mail turns the message waiting light on and off. The voice mail is a separate part from your phone system. Usually this is a standard setting at default for each extension but most voice mails will allow you to turn it off.
Any way you look at it, this would be a system programming issue. You will need to either pay a company to make the change or you need to know which Panasonic system (and voice mail) you have and obtain system "programming" manuals. (not user guides)