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If the number matches the CID number, you should get the name as well. But here is the hard part. IF your system requires you to dial an access code (say 9 to get an outside line) you may have that speed dial number saved as: 913125551212
If so, the incoming caller ID would have to match exactly, meaning CID would need to show 913125551212 in order for this to work.
BUT, caller id probably only shows 13125551212, and as such, wont work.
Autodial? You're going to use one of the 8 buttons for autodial or are you trying to put system speed dialing in? The phone buttons are easy if you dial "9" to get an outside line. You press PROGRAM a button, and dial 29 plus your number and STORE.
Now, obscurely, you can program one of the 8 buttons to SAVE a number. Thats done by PROGRAM the button 5 STORE. When you dial a number that you want to save, you press Autodial and SAVE (the button you programmed) and it will save that number under the button.
Now, grab a line and press the SAVE button and it will dial your saved number.
Last, if you're not totally bored, you can store 10 Personal speed dial numbers on your phone. They program by 2* (0-9) number # and are dialed by pressing # (0-9).
Yeah. BTW this is an instruction set for a TA-624, common for the type of phone you have. I think it applies to most of the TA series KSU's.
WITH A DIAL TONE Present: Press "Program then tap in the number you want to save then press the Speed dial button you want to save to (remembering each button has two numbers so, if you want the bottom spot, press the toggle button first) and you are done
Press feature then answer. You envoked ringing line pick up.
Press feature then speed dial button, dial a number like your dialing out, then feature again. You've just set a speed dial button.
Press feature, then 3 and you've changed your ringtone on a series i phone.
Pick up the handset / handsfree button,
hit the SET/SAVE key,
punch in the entire phone number you wish to program to speed-dial,
hit the SET/SAVE key again, hit the speed dial key you want to save to (0-9).
To actually use the speed-dial key once set, you have to pick up the handset / handsfree, hit the AC key followed by your speed dial (0-9)
I know this seems unusual and you have to do it relatively quick, but it's the only way that works properly on this phone unit.