Is it possible via a default feature code to pick up an incoming call from another adjacent phone without programming a group. Example, you are in the area, within ear shot of the ringing phone and want to pick up the call at the phone you are nearest to. Is it possible?
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It might be that your pick up key is mislabeled/programmed. Press feature * 0 then the pick up key to identify what the feature is on the button. If it's not pick up, exit out of button inquiry press feature * 3 the button you want to program (pick up) then press feature 75 That will program it as a group pick up key
The extensions need to be added to the ICD group and given either an Immediate or some ring delay. It's fairly easy to tell because if they're not in the group the line is red and doesn't blink on incoming calls. By default ICD group 1 is access code 600 or 601(try dialing it on the intercom from any phone and see if your phones don't start ringing). Unfortunately, you need higher level access to modify ICD groups. It's either done from the programming tool, or a phone with a class of service allowed to make such changes.
These systems have manuals for a reason. The unprogrammed system has no ICD group assignments. When you put the phones and the ring preferences into the groups, the phones will both blink and/or ring on incoming calls. By default ICD group 1 is 600.
A Panasonic TDx system has 2 types of call logs, one personal for the set, and one for the ICD group.
Pick a spare button, press PROG, the button, and dial 54 STORE.
If you had incoming: 00x on your display, that button will light and you can now press it to see who called. Your Navigator UP/DONW key will step you forward or backward through the log. The LEFT/RIGHT key will display the 4 lines of the display if you're not using a 7636 phone.
If you want to see incoming calls to a particular ICD group, pick another button, and dial 54 plus the ICD group number. For example, I used 100 as my ICD group (now 600 by default). I have 2 buttons, one logs my extension calls, one displays the system calls.
Sounds like you have several issues here...Time & date is set by entering the DB Administrator, then using the code 08-14. Feature69 defaults a set, not the time. The incoming display is normal, as you are a member of the first UCD group. When you pick up the phone, it shows ICM because you are in intercom mode. There are 3 different ITCM modes: green, red, blank. Your extension button lights red because it's an indicator that you are on the phone.