How to change the welcome message and change the extension setting
Hi there .We have panasonic KX-T7630.Whenver someone rings from outside we have a welcome message and and then choice of number go direcly to some extension or hold on for reception.Now i have to chandge the welcome message and change the extension no as well for some of them.How do i do it?
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Hi When your red light is on with the handest down presss the message key. this will tell you where the message has come from. I expect you will see that an internal extension has dialled you by mistake. It is a message waiting function on the system for user to call back on. Nothing to worry about. To clear the light you have 2 options either press the clear button on the display for each message or dial *700(then your extension number)
This is just for your phone ringing when it's dialed, not for outside lines ringing on your phone.
From your intercom, dial *7104 (CF No Ans) 500 (if that's your VM extension) # That will flash your FWD/DND light to tell you it's forwarded on No Ans. Now on the intercom, dial *71324 The 713 part tells your phone to forward after xx seconds. 24 is about 4 rings. You can adjust the timing using 6 seconds as a ring cycle.
There are a couple of ways. The easiest one is to use the Panasonic voice mail system which has an auto attendant built-in. It can be programmed to answer incoming calls, play a menu and let the caller dial extensions or ring the operator. If no one answers, it can take messages and provide the voice mail for the system. The TVA system has a LAN card that can send voice mail to email. It's optional in the TVA-50 and included in the 200.
You don't "lose" the manual, it comes on a CD. The Panasonic system probably has a TVA voice mail system and it requires you to change the Auto Attendant greeting from the message manager's mailbox. If you don't have the passwords for mailbox 998 and 999, you need to contact someone who has them and a layout of the system.
Your Panasonic technician can guide you through the process.