HOW DO I PROGRAM, THE DIAL A # THAT FIRST HAS AN ACCESS CODE, THEN AN ACCOUNT #, THEN THE CONTACT #? I HAVE PROGRAMMED THE CONTACT WITH "W" (WAIT), BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW TO MANUALLY COMMAND THE PHONE TO CONTINUE WITH THE CODES & #.
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To what, for what? The buttons can be used to dial inside or outside numbers. They're programmed by pressing PROGRAM, the button, and dialing a sequence. If the call is outside, that sequence includes an "access code" usually "9" then STORE.
When the system is installed, you need to make sure that only the lines equipped are in the access plan (program 400 in a TA series box). When you go to the intercom on a phone and dial "9" you should get an outside line every time. If that works, system and personal speed dials include that access code as part of the number. eg my test number is 914197845522 9+1+10 digits.
It depends on what you get when you dial "9" on the intercom. If you get an outside line, then the 12 right side buttons on your phone can be programmed for one touch dialing like this:
On an idle phone, press PROGRAM a button and dial 9 plus the number and STORE. You can program more than one button by just pressing button numbers and STORE. Exit programming by picking up the handset and dropping it back down.
If you want a specific line, you may be able to dial the specific 8x code to access a line directly, or you can go into system programming and delete the open lines in program 400. Disabling would be the best, because if your 8x line is busy, you can't make the call with the auto dial button.
The 12 buttons on the right can be used for personal speed dial numbers and features like paging. They are programmed by pressing PROGRAM dialing codes and STORE. An outside call would use an "access code" usually "9" plus the number. Paging is 330.
The 12 left side buttons are very valuable as they have lights. You can store lines, extensions, and features that require lighted buttons, such as CID Indication or VM functions. They are programmed by PROGRAM the button a code the feature and STORE. For example, lines are programmed with 0 + line Extensions with 1 + ext and CID Indication System with 96 or the 9x voice mail commands.
Your OM or User's manual has a section on flexible button assignment with the codes and buttons required to do the programming. In my TA-824 200-OM it's in section 3.1.3.
There is system and personal speed dials. System is programmed from the main phone and is dialed by using the AUTODIAL button and dialing a 2 or 3 digit code, depending on which system the 7730 is connected to. The other is PERSONAL speed dial, programmed on the 12 buttons on the right side of the phone. Those are programmed at each phone by using PROGRAM pressing the button and dialing an access code (usually 9) and the number then STORE.
Just so we're on the same page, the PF buttons are the 12 buttons on the right and their ONLY function is one-touch dialing. They can't be CO buttons. The 12 buttons on the left are called CO buttons and they can be programmed to do a number of things, including CO, DSS, and feature access buttons.
To reprogram the button, press PROGRAM, the button, the dial 0 + the CO number (1-8) and STORE. Extensions are 1+ext and one-touch are 2+. Other features are in the programming guide.
The PF buttons are programmed by just dialing the digits, but if it calls out, you must dial an access code first, usually "9".
Yep. Those are speed dial numbers. They are programmed from ext 101 or the main phone. Without picking up the handset, press PROG **1234 and dial 001 and ENTER. Dial your 3 digit speed dial number If there is something there, it will be displayed. A speed dial number is stored with the trunk access code in it (usually 9) so if you're putting in a new number, include the "9" plus the number exactly the way you dial it. Dial your new number with the access code and press ENTER.
Number changed :-)
You can keep putting in a whole boatload of new numbers with this procedure.
press NO until personal keys? is displayed
Press the desired Personal Key
make sure key is not programmed
speed call will appear
dial the number to be saved
include the outside access code and area code,if necessary
Press SUPERKEY AGAIN TO EXIT