Don't want to start from the first message all the time
I have like 100 messages and i don't want to start from the first all the time.
i can use phone manager lite to control that in the office, but how can i skip around my office messages with my CELL phone???
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Is that extension in a hunt group (rings wit other phones)? It might have a general message in another box, causing that phones message waiting lite to illuminate. Go into Manager and in the USERS tab, select that phones user. Look in the SOURCE NUMBER section. Is the re an entry of "Hxxx" or H1234"? either with H and a name or number of the hunt group. If so remove the entry and save the programming.
Small business 4 line phones are generally workhorses and are easy to setup and use. I recommend them for many clients specifically because they are reliable regular phones.The benefits of these for small business are:
Inexpensive – you can buy them at most office supply stores, on line or used at Ebay
Ease of setup – basic plug & play. Plug it into the wall and it will work. If you need to get an adaptor it’s at Radio Shack, not special ordered. You don’t need a technician to install them if your office has been wired for the lines.
Works on regular dial tone – no need to have extra bandwidth or special adaptors
Ease of use – most importantly you don’t want to have to learn or teach someone how to answer the phone. You won’t have to call a technician to make changes to the programming.
I suggest not getting phones with voice mail built in. If the lines are busy your customer will not be able to leave a message. Combine a 4 line phone system in the office with a voice mail to email service outside the office and your customers will be able to reach you or leave a message. When you are running your business you don’t want to worry about the phone. You want it to ring and have a clear conversation with your customer. If you have trouble hearing them or you get disconnected all the features won’t matter. If your office has only a few people and 2 to 8 phone lines a 4 line phone may be a great option.
Without knowing the model of your Uniden phone I can't be sure, but if it's the voicemail light then you have unheard messages on the voicemail system provided by your telephone company. This system records messages when someone calls while you're already on the phone. Please contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
Start by dialing 500 on the intercom. If that gets you into the voice mail system, then you can dial *710x 500 # where x is 4 for No Answer and 5 is Busy/No Answer call forwarding. The number of rings before the forward is controlled by *713yy where yy is a time in seconds. Each ring cycle is about 6 seconds, so 24 would be a good number.
Leaving a message on your own phone? Dialing 500 gets you into your personal mailbox as an owner. Dialing #8 and your extension gets you into the VM system as a caller. (or it might be #6, I don't have my VM online today)
Of course, if you have an ESVM instead of the TVx system, then the procedure is entirely different.
You have one, press the INFO button up to 3 times and your extension number will show on the display. A 6-line display phone is pretty unusual to be moving from one place to another as it's the control phone. If it was the only one in your system, MOVE IT BACK.
There is a manager's guide in the Operating Manual for your system that will give the instructions for changing extension numbers. It starts by going into manager programming (PROG **1234) and choosing program 004. In Panasonic land, you don't "swap" extenson numbers, you do a double change as in change 102 to 200 105 to 102 and 200 to 102.
It doesn't tell you because the voice mail system is a separate part of the TD system. There are instructions provided with the Voice Mail system. In a Panasonic brand TVX you access it by dialing 165 and control it from either the serial port, a USB port, or mailboxes 998 and 999. 998 and a set of instructions give you access to message recording. If you don't have the instructions, you need to contract whoever set it up or find the MESSAGE MANAGER guide.
Rather than play GuessYa, comment back with the VM model number. It's either a smaller white or black/blue box mounted near the main phone system cabinet.
An auto attendant in a Panasonic brand voice mail system (TVS/TVA/TVM etc.) is controlled from the message manager's phone. It is accessed by calling 165 and dialing #6 *998
Unfortunately, your question has no hard answer. Each voice mail and auto attendant is different. For example, in TVS boxes, we use custom greetings and store day messages in 30 and night in 60. There are 100 "custom" greeting slots and 32 "company" slots in a TVS box. In the newer TVA systems, the interface is visual and custom messages get assigned sequentially. In those systems, we start with 1 day and 2 night.
So, the best answer is to find the installation instructions. If you can't, then you can step through each custom greeting for the existing one, or log into the VM system and read the database.
You must access system manager in the system. Call your office and get the main greeting than dial 632 for system manager. You must know the password to get in. than listen for mgr options. than listen for opening greetings. Remember 1=yes 2=no. LDTSNJ.com