Hi, i have a onetel cordless phone, my daughter has managed to press something!! which has removed my recorded answer phone message, and replaced it with the standard ladies voice, saying that they cannot leave a message!! I have no idea how / where to re-record my personal message again. HELP!!!!
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Press MUTE. The system announces the number of new and old messages, then starts to play the messages unless it has no messages. Press 5 to stop the announcements or message playback. You will hear intermittent beeps indicating that the system is in the command waiting mode. Press 8 to start the recording. The system announces, Record greeting. Begin recording after the announcement. When you finish recording, press 8 again or press 5. You will hear a confirmation tone, and your recorded greeting plays back for you.
You can record your own greeting message (max 2 mins & 30 secs). If you don't record a greeting mesage, a pre-recorded greeting message is used & asks the caller to leave a message. (Make sure your phone has the correct date, time, year, etc.)
To record a message:
1. Menu (OK) the "Answering Device" (OK), the "Record Greeting" (OK)
2. Then after the handset beeps, speak clearly about 20 cm (8 in) away from the mike.
First turn on the answering machine function by pressing Answer On/Off on the base. To record the out-going message, press and hold Answer On/Off. Then press and hold Announce (rewind) until you hear a short beep. Speak your message and press Answer On/Off to stop recording. The new ogm will be played back. (see page nine of the manual)
If you are dialing in from a touch-tone phone, press * to skip your Outgoing message. Enter your PIN (000 with the out-of-the factory settings). Then press 9 and then 5 to start recording and 6 to stop recording.
To record an outgoing message, this is what you do-Press the voice mail key on the handset to access the answering machine.
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You don't. Messages are recorded on you answering machine. This is accomplished by just pressing the little message button on the answering machine and recording you message. I have mine to record up to 4 minutes per message.
Step 1Begin the recording process by first locating the "Change" button on your answering machine. This button initializes the answering machine for adjustments to the settings of the various features.
Step 2:Locate the microphone on your answering machine and lean towards it until you are about nine inches away.
Step 3:Locate the "Annc" button. Press and hold the "Annc" button until it beeps. Begin recording your message.
Step 4:Watch the message window while you are recording your message. It keeps track of how much time has elapsed since you began recording. You can record a message that is up to three minutes long.
Step 5:Locate the "Stop" button and press it when you have finished recording your message. The answering machine will play your message back at this point. If you are not satisfied with your message, repeat the steps to record it again.
Step 6:Press "Annc" if you want to listen to your message again.
There are a number of ways that you could do this that range from secret agent technology to gee-whiz gear that you could hand-build yourself, but it sounds to me as if you just want to preserve the message and place it on your new phone (grin) so let us keep it simple.
Any Radio Shack can sell you a suction-cup mic that will plug into any recording device including the sound in jack on your computer. These are cheap, and best of all make very good recordings as long as there is not a lot of background nose in the room you are recording from.
Buy one, attach it to a regular phone handset and call your house. Just before the announce message begins to play, start recording. When it finishes, stop recording.
If you did this with a digital voice recorder you can simply play it back to your new answering machine while it is in message record mode. You might want to MP3 the recording so you have it forever as well...