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Re: Copy the recording
This phone has a 2 hour built i recording faeture & also has a audio outpout port but no usb port, so if u want to transfer to pc, u will have to connect the outport thru a stereo male EP to stereo male EP to ur laptop or pc & rec it with some software( audio grabber easily availabel on net) whilst playing the recording. otherwise better options like CENIX digital recorders are avilable that can take care of the requirement that u mentioned!
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This is dependent on you being able to access your voicemail mailbox (a mailbox has been setup for you by the administrator and you know the codes to login to your mailbox). Go to your voicemail which should be:
press the message key.
Enter your mailbox number, then press #
Enter your password, then press #. (if you don't know this then you will have to contact the administrator for the telephone system)
When logged into this:
Press 1 for external greeting, 2 for internal greeting, 3 for temporary greeting, or 9 for Personal Verification (spoken name)
Press 5 to record then wait for tone.
Press # to end recording
Press 2 to listen to the greeting
Press 76 then 5 to delete the greeting and re-record it.
Hi Debbie - I also have the DTerm80 Series - there is one phone in your group that acts like a main phone. If you find that phone and follow these prompts you would be able to set your company vm to include your extensions:
Your telephone does not contain a special connector for this type of device. Besides, I wonder if your voice-recorder has a connector for this, like a mic-in. If there is, you can consider to buy a special electronic device, which taps the audio from the telephone-line and hook it up to your digital voice recorder.
Also, you can do it without this electronic device, but requires electronic knowlegde and tools.
If the phone and the voice-recorder both miss a connector to connect to each other, you can always go for the handsfree-mode of this phone and activate the voicerecorder when there's an incomming call..
I'm assuming you are using this on a 3300 ICP. In that case, the phone system is only able to do 8 party conference calls without an external Conference server. You can dial the first number, press the flash button, dial the next number, dial the feature code (get from your vendor), repeat until you have all parties as part of the call.
The 5310 IP conference unit works much easier than this phone. A conference bridge such as Audio Web Conference with the appropriate licensing will allow for extended conference calls... it will also allow you to record the call for later "off-air" participation.
You'll need an aftermarket adapter that senses the voltage shift in the line, triggering a 24/7 music feed. The RCA series don't have a music-on-hold capability. www.skutchelectronics.com is the best hardware solution, or using www.holdtimestudios.com to put a studio package together with hardware.
It is hard to tell if this conference phone is installed on a PBX or not? "At meetings" tends to make me believe that it is. Beeping can come from a few sources. If a call is being recorded it is necessary to provide a beep tone so that the parties on the line know that they are being recorded. This is a FCC requirement. You can ask the other party if they are recording the call.
Beeping can come from call waiting. It is recommended to turn call waiting off unless you are bridging incoming calls.
If a call is on hold you will get a beeping tone. You can check by pressing the flash button and see if there is a second call. If so hangup and your original call should return normally.