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The KX-T7453 phone does not have a message function, you may have an associated voicemail on your system. Try dialing (on the intercom) extension 165 if you do not have a voicemail button. Are you trying to change the greeting for your individual phone or the main greeting people hear when they call your company?
This gets a lot more complicated and you should contact your vendor.
An auto attendant in a Panasonic brand voice mail system (TVS/TVA/TVM etc.) is controlled from the message manager's phone. It is accessed by calling 165 and dialing #6 *998
Unfortunately, your question has no hard answer. Each voice mail and auto attendant is different. For example, in TVS boxes, we use custom greetings and store day messages in 30 and night in 60. There are 100 "custom" greeting slots and 32 "company" slots in a TVS box. In the newer TVA systems, the interface is visual and custom messages get assigned sequentially. In those systems, we start with 1 day and 2 night.
So, the best answer is to find the installation instructions. If you can't, then you can step through each custom greeting for the existing one, or log into the VM system and read the database.
True, it's not in the "handbook" because it's in the subcriber's guide to whatever voice mail system you have. Try looking for it, but in the meantime, dial 165 and see what happens. If it's a Panasonic brand TVx box, it should answer and either ask for a passoword or you'll be listening to messages.
The owner of the voice mail system, called the message manager, will have the password for mailbox 998. That's where general delivery messages get left sometimes. The system owner has the password for mailbox 999. That's the administrator's mailbox and it lets you change passwords and set up the dial by name directory.
Try dialing 710x 165 (#) from the intercom on your phone, where x=2 for all calls, 3 for busy 4 for no answer and 5 for no answer/busy. Once you dial it, the FWD light should blink and if you press it again it will go out.
Presuming you have a TVS or TVA Voice Processing System, Do you have a list of what greeting is assigned to which number? If not, you have to go into the VPS and understand how it was set up; then make a new greeting in the proper place (either recording over the existing one, or in a new position), and assign it to the night menu.
If there is a voice mail button on the other set/s, press it, then [#], then [*] and your mailbox number.
If there is no button, press [intercom] 165, [#], [*] and your maibox number.
Note that 165 is a common voice mail extention number, but it may vary from site to site.
Do you mean have calls transferred to voice mail? Go into system programming and change 408 (DIL 1:1 Nite) to point to the ext of the voice mail port, which depends on your system. That number is found in 118
The voice mail turns the message waiting light on and off. The voice mail is a separate part from your phone system. Usually this is a standard setting at default for each extension but most voice mails will allow you to turn it off.
Any way you look at it, this would be a system programming issue. You will need to either pay a company to make the change or you need to know which Panasonic system (and voice mail) you have and obtain system "programming" manuals. (not user guides)