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First, lets get rid of the static. Try Feature #86. This will turn off background music. When a music source is not attached you get static.
Enter programming by using Feature XXX66344 password 266344. The display should show "Terminals&Sets" press the top right button with an indicator in the display. The display should show "Show set: ____ enter the extension number that you want to check or program. The display will show ***:name. Press the top right button three times. The display will show Show Line:____ with options to Scan or List. If you select Scan it will show the lines assigned to that phone. If you select List it will start with the first line in your phone system showing one of four states 1- Unassigned, 2- Ring Only, 3- Appear&Ring, 4- Appear only. Change the selection on the line by using the CHNG soft button. This is where line assignments are changed from the four states for each extension.
The only other thing that will keep an extension from ringing is "Do Not Disturb" or DND. Feature 85 and #85 will turn this feature on and Off.
2.) What if someone dials you on intercom does it ring then?
If #1 the phone SYSTEM usually has an option that you have to program and add you to the ring pool for the outside lines.
If #2 does not ring it is also a function to disallow ring, but it very well could be the phone. Since the line is all that matters and NOT the phone, you could try another phone at your location and see if the same happens. If it does, you will need to program the SYSTEM from either Ext. 10 or 11 to add you to the ring pool and allow ring.
Could be two things, first is DND or do not disturb. Make sure that its turned off by either pressing the DND button or feature #85.The second is that the ringing wasn't turned on in programming.
To set up ringing you need to enter programming by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344. The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming. At the terminals&sets prompt, press the show key (top right arrow). The display should now ask for an extension number. Enter extension number you wish to program ringing on. Press the show key (top right arrow) The display should sat LINE ACCESS Press the show key (top right arrow) . The display should say LINE ASSIGNMENT. Press the show key (top right arrow) . The display ask for a line number. press list The display should sat line 001: appear only press CHNG til it says appear &ring. press next key (lower right arrow) The display should say line 002: appear only Repeat same procedure as line 001 til all available lines are done press the release key when finished
Depending on which type of phone you have;if you have one with a display you will see "Trans" on most Nortel phones with displays.It's only the M3902 which has a button either wriiten "Transfer" or dotted like a boomerang.
Hope this will help
Hi trinigirl, You should not have to do anything to make the caller id information come through. There is no programming to perform for the regular caller id identification on your display after the second ring (it takes at least one ring cycle for the digital information to pass through). Your model also has the talking caller id function, which will announce in English the callers name or a custom name you can prepare in the phone book of handset number 1. With all that said, you are not getting caller id showing after the second ring, then your phone is bad (which is pretty rare for this symptom), or your phone line still does not have caller id activated. To troubleshoot your problem you need another phone line with working caller id and/or a different phone that is known good to pass caller id. That way you can interchange the phones/lines to see if it is your line or your phone. My guess it is your line somehow, though I have fixed phones that won't pass caller id, but rarely. If it is your phone, try rebooting it, thats about all you can do short of sending it in for repair. Let me know how it goes. CG
Yes you need to connect to computer to receive and send fax........ Telephone as to connected to dial up modem of the computer if you dont have dial up modem then the faxing wont work.........
About Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD)
"Distinctive Ring" is a service provided by some telephone service
providers. Two phone numbers are assigned to one phone line so that
you will hear different ring patterns for incoming phone calls than for
incoming faxes. If you subscribe to this service, follow the
instructions below to program your All-In-One to use it. On the X125:
Press Setup once, then press Menu nine (9) times until DRPD appears on the display. On the X63:
Press Setup once, then press Menu eight (8) times until DRPD appears on the display.
Press Options until you see Learn, and then press Start/Yes.
Dial the phone number that you want to use as a fax number. (Do this from a different phone line, not from the line the fax will be installed on.)
Press Menu until you see Fax Receive Mode on the display.
Press Options until you see DRPD, and then press Start/Yes. The All-In-One detects the ring pattern and answers all incoming faxes on the second ring.