I have looked through my manual and not found the answer, though it seems like such a simple question. My phone rings 2 times then goes to voice mail. How can I increase the number of rings to my extension to 4 or 5?
Feature **266344, PW: 23646, Press top arrow until you can enter your ext. Press the top arrow again until you see "Fwd no answer" and press top arrow again until you see "Fwd to: None" and choose change. Enter your VM box. Press the bottom arrow (down) on right and see "Forward Delay" and change that number then press rls.
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If the phone doesn't ring when called by the extension number of the phone then try to use the volume up button while someone is calling the phone. The volume is a multi-purpose button that doubles for phone volume and ringer volume. However, the only way to turn up the ringer is when a call is coming into the phone.
MANY TIME A PERSON DIALS WITHOUT REALIZING THAT THE ACCEPTANCE CODE NEEDS TO BE INSERTED FIRST THE Nortel T7316E?...If you want to
temporarily turn them off use do not disturb (feature 85, feature #85 to
turn Do Not Distrub off) Turning off the ringing permanently will require you to program the set. Programming is done on M7310,...regards John
-> does your phone ring?
-> what software are you running on the system? If you know this will help a little in giving you more information.
There is a Feature that you can dial if your phone rings... when there is a call coming in, dial FEATURE 8 1 1
You can even make this a button rather than dialing this feature code everytime:
-> Feature * 3
-> press the button that you want to program
-> dial Feature 8 1 1
Even though the plug that plugs into the wall on an M-7310 looks like the same plug that the answering machine has, it's function is completely different. The information passed on the single pair of wires is enough to make a 24 button 10 button or 8 button system phone work, has no ringing voltage or dial tone for a single line device like your answering machine.
A Nortel system has ports that have that information, but most likely the answering machine was installed BEFORE the phone system lines, which means it only answered the first line.
Try plugging your answering machine into the EXACT location it was before.
Feature ** 266344 - password 266344 - configuration - line data - line access - show ext (yours) - line assignment ( which lines you have, usually 1 & 2) - show line - appear only/ring/apprear and ring
Sorry, the tester012 was an accident, so I wanted to repost in case there were more questions on this.
The answer still stands for most Nortel PBXs: To set the time and date of your system you program in load 2: Step 1) LD 02 Step 2) STAD "Day Month Year Hour Minute Second" i.e. STAD "24 11 1976 15 41 49" = November 24th 1976 3:41pm 49 seconds" To test it... Type: "TTAD" - (this tests time and date)
But I also wanted to clarify that it is in the manual, but since there are multiple manuals with a Nortel PBX, that you need to look in the LD (or Loads) in them. This particular one is found in LD 02.
Another site to check out for a crash course in LD for Nortel (in case you have similar issues that you need assistance on) is this one here: http://www.pbxinfo.com/meridian-systems/16288-meridian-crash-course-programming-guide.html
I hope this has been helpful, again I am sorry for not having logged in properly to be notified on more explanation when I posted Solution #1.