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I would like to listen to message we have, then change the message to a new one. I would also like to take out some of the assignment callers that I transfer calls to. The quick reference guide I have is not very clear to me.

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Depending on what system you have here are 2 options for personal messages -
TVM system dial into voicemail (usually 200 or 500) dial 3 1 1 and follow the prompt (the older system is option 5 1 1)

SVM dial *382 your message will be played back to change it dial *381


Button programming
Press PROG
Press BUTTON to store
Press 1
enter extension no of who you want
Press STORE

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