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Line 2 on Partner system is always on. This happened to line 1 last week, but same procedure does not work: (Feature 00 ; Left Intercom 2 times; #728

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There is a short on the line holding it open. If it hasnt been fixed yet, call the provider of the phone lines.

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How do you change the time on the Avaya phone 700340193


Partner ACS, any release
Changing the time on a Partner system must be done from extension # 10 or 11. 1. At station(Ext.10 or 11) press feature, 0, 0
2. Press the left intercom 2 times
3. Enter # 103
4. Enter the correct time in 24 hr. format, for example:
* to set the time for 09:00 A.M., enter 0900
* to set the time for 04:45 P.M., enter 1645
5. Press feature, 0, 0
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Nov 11, 2011 | Avaya 700340193 Corded Phone

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Avaya Partner Phone System Programming


Programming Without Button Overlays: <br />Although it is advisable to have a Partner programming manual and overlays when performing changes. Here are the basic steps for changing system time, day and date. The "Feature" key is self explanatory while other keys need a reference. "System Program" key is the left intercom key on the phone. The "Central Tel" key is the right intercom key. The "Next Data" key is the third key from the left with an LED on the top row of an 18 Button display set. Numbers # and * are simply entered as numbers of the dial pad.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Date Program #101<br /> <br />Use this program to set the month, day and year. The system displays only the month and day on display telephones when the telephone is idle: the month, day and year also print out on SMDR call reports when used.<br /><br />Considerations: <br />The System Date date-stamps the back up files when you use Backup Programming.<br /><br />Programming Without Button Overlays:<br />The "Feature" key is self explanatory while other keys need a reference. "System Program" key is the left intercom key on the phone. The "Central Tel" key is the right intercom key. Numbers are simply entered as numbers of the dial pad.<br /><br />Programming: To change system date: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program,#,101 at extension 10 or 11. Enter today's date in the form of "mmddyy" (Month, day, and year), including leading zeros for single digit months or days. For example, to enter April 26 2003, press 042603. A display similar to the following appears: System Date Data 042603. Exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Day Program #102<br />Use this program to set the day of the week that appears on system display telephones.<br />Programming: To change system day: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program,#,102 at extension 10 or 11. Change the day by pressing "Next Data" until the day you want appears:<br />1=Sunday<br />2=Monday<br />3=Tuesday<br />4=Wednesday<br />5=Thursday<br />6=Friday<br />Exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.<br /><br />Avaya Partner System Time Program #103<br /> <br />Considerations: <br />Enter the time in 24 hour notation. In this scheme, the hours of the day are 0000 (12 midnight) to 2459 (11:59). Since each time must have four digits, use leading zeros when necessary. The time appears on system phones as A.M. or P.M., not 24 hour notation.<br /><br />Programming: <br />To change system time: Press Feature, 00, System Program, System Program, #,103 at extension 10 or 11. Enter a new time in 24 hour notation. For example, to set time to 2:15 P.M., press 1415. This time will appear on the phone as 2:15 P. Select next procedure or exit programming mode by pressing Feature, 00 or lifting and hanging up the handset.

on May 27, 2011 | Phones

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My company has an Avaya phone system that uses Partner 18d phones. When you pick out the receiver the phone would go to one of our 4 outside lines, but recently on ext. 10 when you pick up the receiver it...


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All releases of Partner
Lets say that you currently pick up line 1 to make an outgoing call, but you want to pick up your last line (in this case we will say we have 6 phone lines).
This feature is called "Auto line select"
To program Auto line select:
From extension 10 or 11:
Press feature 00
LEFT INTERCOM
LEFT INTERCOM
RIGHT INTERCOM
Enter the extension number of the extension you need changed.
press ** (start, star)
Then the order you want the lines to get picked up
Then ** (star, star) when done
When finished, press feature 00 to get out of programming.
So, in this example I would enter my extension number (22) and press ** (star, star) and press line 6, line 5, line 4, line 3, line 2, and line 1. Then I press ** (start, star) to signify that I am done programming Auto Line Select. And feature 00 to get out of programming.
Easy as pie.

Aug 20, 2011 | Avaya 700340193 Corded Phone

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How do I reset the Date and Day of the Week on the display of my Avaya phone?


The day program was taken out on newer models of Partner systems where it uses the date to figure out the day of the week.

Changing the date on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11.
At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
enter in "#101"
the display should say system date and the current data in mm,dd,yy format
enter the new date month, day then year
press feature "00" to logout
If you have an older model Partner system,you'll also have to enter in the day of the week in programming
Press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
enter in "#102"
the display should say system day and the current programmed info
enter the new day, 1= sun, 2= mon, etc.
press feature "00" to logout

Jun 25, 2010 | Avaya 700340193 Corded Phone

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AVAYA PARTNER ACS PHONE SYSTEM - Separate Greeting


Changing the time on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11. At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
enter in "#206"
the display should say Group Call Distrib Group:
Press 7 It will then ask for a line number
enter in 05
the display will say 1 assigned
press 3 VMS Line Cover
Do the same procedure (from #206 on) for line 6
Then enter #208
The display will say Line Coverage Ext Line:
Enter 05 The display will then say Data --
Enter in the extension you want the voice mail to pick up the lines on
Lastly if its not done allready, enter #301
The display will say Automatic VMS Cover Extension:
Enter in the extension number of the phone thats getting the voice mails
The display should say 1 Assigned

press feature "00" to logout

Oct 06, 2009 | Phones

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I need to re-program the day on avaya 18d telephone.


Changing the time on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11. At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming2.gif
enter in "#101"
the display should say system date and the current programmed date.
enter the new datein MMDDYY format
press feature "00" to logout

Older partner systems also had an additional place to program the system day
feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming2.gif
enter in "#102"
the display should say system day.
the display should have the current programmed day of the week
press the digit for the day of the week (1=sunday 2=monday etc.)
press feature "00" to logout

Sep 29, 2009 | Avaya Partner 18 Eurostyle 18D telephone

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Hello- We have an AVAYA PARTNER ACS PHONE SYSTEM model 103E9 with 8 phone lines. Would like to change the ringtones on 2 of the incoming lines to distinguish calls for a seperate business. Can this be...


Hi.
This is done on extension 10 or 11
Press Feature 00, Left Intercom, Left Intercom, #209
At the line prompt enter a line number for the pattern
At the pattern prompt enter a pattern number 1 through 8. (1 is a default)
#209 to program next line
Feature 00 to exit programming

Cheers

Jul 09, 2009 | Phones

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Voice mail


Depending on the type and version of your partner system the procedure should be as follows:
1) from either ext 10 or 11 press the feature key and 00 on the dialpad
2) press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
3) dial "#506"
the display should say vms hunt delay
4) enter either 1 for day ringing assignment or 2 for night ring
5) dial the 2 digit line number i.e. line 1 is 01...
the display should say the ammount of rings previously programmed (3 Rings)
6) dial "2" on the dial pad
repeat the steps from number 3 on for the rest of the lines
7) press feature 00 whem finished


hope this helps.

Feb 03, 2009 | AT&T Lucent MLS-12D Phone

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After pushing 103 the phone just beeps and does not go into time



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Partner ACS, any release
Changing the time on a Partner system must be done from extension # 10 or 11. 1. At station(Ext.10 or 11) press feature, 0, 0
2. Press the left intercom 2 times
3. Enter # 103
4. Enter the correct time in 24 hr. format, for example:
* to set the time for 09:00 A.M., enter 0900
* to set the time for 04:45 P.M., enter 1645
5. Press feature, 0, 0

Nov 25, 2008 | Avaya Partner 34B Corded Phone

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Changing the time on my lucent partner 18D


Press
Feature 00
Left Intercom Twice
Dial #103
Enter Time in Military (14:05 = 2:05 PM)
Feature 00

Oct 29, 2007 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

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