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How to assign a dn number to M7324


press Feature *0 (button inquiry) then press the intercom key.

When a set is installed it automatically gets an intercom #

Mar 19, 2014 | NorStar M7324 Telephone

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We have lucent phones and have know ideal of how to transfer or use intercom


To use both the transfer and the intercom it,s necessary to know the extension numbers of the phones your trying to call or transfer to. To find out what the extension number is on those extensions either press feature 00 (if the extension has a display) the extension number will be displayed on the screen, if the set doesn't have a display then you can use the intercom to call a extension that does have a display. To use the intercom press one of the intercom keys below the first two line keys and enter in the extension number of the persons phone you wish to call. To transfer a call, while talking to the caller press the Transfr key(above the hold key) then the extension number of the of the persons phone you wish to call then hang up.

Oct 14, 2010 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

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Trying to change the intercom caller ID onthe M7324


Programming is done on 7310, 7324 and 7316 type sets.
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 want to change the name on.
Press the show key (top right arrow)
The display should say LINE ACCESS
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) .
The display should say CAPABILITIES.
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) .
The display say Name.
press the Chng soft key.
use the dial pad to enter the name. advance using the arrow soft key to go to the next letter
ex. Bill = 2,2 -> 4,4,4 -> 5,5,5 -> 5,5,5
Press the next key (bottom right arrow) to enter the name.
Press the release key when finished

Oct 23, 2009 | NorStar Meridian M7310 Phone

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Using intercom on Lucent partner phones


A Partner is a pretty simple system and the phones are probably all in a single calling group. Your extensions are numbered from 10 to whatever, so at the least you can grab a phone, press the intercom button and dial 0 or 10. It will ring the main phone.

From there, you can start dialing 11,12,13 etc and build your directory. IIRC pressing * in front of the number turns it into a handsfree call. Now, here's where you get to see what kind of installation you have :-) Press intercom and dial *71. With luck, every idle phone will have paging. (71 will ring every phone btw).
This does require programming and an extension can be either in or out of a group.

I do have a basic Partner ACS manual on my website. http://www.public.carl.airpost.net/Partner_ACS.pdf

The display phone users manual in in the document. Page 179 starts chapter 6, a 30 page guide to the phones.

Carl

Jan 11, 2009 | Avaya Corded Phone avaparp18d

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Adding extension


If she has a working phone, she is set up.

If you want a button to see when she is on the phone, and that calls her when pressed.....First you have to find out her extension number, so just have her call your extension....it will be on the display.

Then, when you know the extension number, at your phone, find a blank button.
Press Feature 00.
Press the button you want to set her up on.
press the LEFT intercom, star (*) and her 2 digit extension number.
when finished, press feature 00 again.

Now, pressing the button, will page her phone.

Jan 08, 2009 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

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PLEASE, PLEASE try and help me...I can't tell you how much this would be appreciated. I have a Panasonic KTS4100 4 line phone (2 corded phones in our office, and one cordless). I have NO IDEA how to use...


Just in case you missed the manual:
http://www.centralcomms.co.nz/pdf/KX-T2375-brosh.pdf

There are 2 conditions you need to be aware of

1 No DSL on the line
2. Set the intercom extension of the second phone

By default, both have been assigned ext 11. The intercom uses the same frequencies as a DSL line to transmit, so that could be the noise you are hearing.

Page 23 tells you how to set the intercom extension, and the DSL warning is almost at the bottom of every page from 18-22.


Carl

Nov 25, 2008 | Lands Phones

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Adding an extension


If you program that button to ba a DSS button for that station (41) it will intercom that station, can be used to transfer calls to that station, and will light up when it's busy. It could be called something else in programming like Station Intercom Button, Quick Transfer Key, etc..

Problem is, your phone can be used on many different Avaya phone systems that all program differently.

The manuals for the phones and systems are all available free at www.avaya.com but you need to know which system you have before looking for the manual.

Feb 13, 2008 | Lucent PARTNER18 Corded Phone

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Intercom


I do not have any information on your specific phone but I'd like to try and help. Typically a multi-line phone set up like this would need a way to intercom between phones. I have not seen one that can utilize the same wires as the phone service but I also have not looked. It would also need each phone to have it's own identification (extension assignment). You only need two wires for each phone line but for intercom there most likely needs to be another pair of wires connecting all the phones together. I hope you have a manual. Look carefully at the section dealing with wiring up the phones to the phone lines. It should mention intercom at some point and what is required. Also, you can have up to 16 phones. Each phone must have a setting to choose a number between 1-16 or maybe 10-25, 100-115. By default these will all be at the same setting and you would not be able to intercom.

Jul 23, 2007 | RCA 25414RE3 Corded Phone

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