Question about Panasonic KX-T7630 Corded Phone
From the intercom dial *710x ext and # where X is 2/3/4/5 for All,Busy,No Answer,Busy/No Answer. There are some other conditions and Do Not Disturb in the dialing string (and 0 cancels) but that's the basic.
You might want to review the Operations Manual (OM) under Call Forwarding to see the complete instructions.
Posted on Sep 16, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: kx-t7630 product spport
This is how I did it:
1. Press the 'Program' button 2. Then dial ** (star, star) 3. Enter the password (usually 1234) 4. Press 'Next' until you get to 'Ext Name' 5. Press 'Enter' 6. You will need to know the Extension Number of you phone, when you find out enter it (eg: 104 or whatever yours is) 7. Press 'Clear' to get rid of the old name then start entering the new name via the number keys. Note: If you keep cycling through the letter on each number you can get to lowercase or uppercase letters. 8. Press 'Enter' then you are all done... pick and hang up the handset.
Posted on Feb 12, 2008
SOURCE: Panasonic KX-T7630
Yep, out of the box, that's what it does.
Did you do any programming? By default, the phones have SCO's mapped to each of the buttons, so you should be able to access all lines on all phones. Now, ICD groups control how they ring, and by default they don't exist.
Since your 76xx phone could be plugged into any of 5 phone systems running any version of the software, it would be best to contact your installer for programming.
Or did this come from the internet?
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
SOURCE: Panasonic KX-T7630 Master Phone
Sure. It requires an Operating Manual (OM) and some programming. If you need the manual, here's a link http://public.carl.airpost.net/TDA/200_TDA_OM_06-12.pdf
On page 158 and 168 you can set up the features of the phone.
In order to do that, you'll go back to the phone that works, and press PROG and each button and write down what it says.
It will say things like EXT-102, LOG IN-100, VTR-165, etc.
If the buttons are labeled, note what it says, then move over to the phone you want to program. Press PROG, the button, then dial the codes from pages 168 forward for each function. It's not that difficult, for example, a DSS for ext 101 would be 1101 STORE, call log is 30100 STORE (or similar).
Each button changes when you press STORE and the feature will move if it has already been stored in another location. HOLD PROG backs you out of programming.
Please rate this solution or acknowledge that you have the manual if you need it as this link will be taken down when you do or by 2/23 if you don't..
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
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