This is pretty simple, but I can't find the answer anywhere online. When dialing out do I need to dial 9 first? I have tried it both ways and am getting a "no answer" message. The numbers I am trying to send to are working numbers. Thanks
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1. Raise the handset on any telephone in the Panasonic Telephone system.
2. Press the "INTERCOM" button and dial 165.
3. When answered by the Auto Attendant, dial # XXXXX * 9 9 8.
(Pound Six Star Nine Nine Eight)
4. Enter the Administrator Password. Followed by a #. (Pound) If required.
5. Dial 5 to "Modify Message"
6. Dial 1 to "To Change The Company Greeting"
7. Enter the Company Greeting Number from 1 to 32.
If you are not sure of which Company Greeting Number to change, then start with 1.
The Panasonic Voice Mail system will actually play the greeting to you.
Then you can determine if it is the correct one you want to change.
If it isn't, you can dial 2 and move on to next greeting and so on.
If you select a greeting number where there is no greeting recorded,
the Panasonic Voice Mail system will prompt you to record one at that time.
You may dial *1 (STAR ONE) to skip recording and return to Step 7.
8. When you have found the Company Greeting you want to re-record
follow the system prompts to record and save your new greeting.
You can change the Company Greetings remotely from anywhere.
1. Call the main number of your business.
2. When answered go to Step 3 and follow the same procedures.
3. When completed....Hang up....
1. lift the handset and listen for the dial tone.
2. press the store button
3. dial the number that you wish to store
4. press the store button a second time
5. press one of the numbers on the phone [0-9] and that will become the speed dial number.
6. make a record of the speed dial number and the name of the person it will call.
Then when you want the person on speed dial number 5, just pick up the receiver, get a dial tone and push 5. Thats it!
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The mechanics of storing a speed dial number on Panasonic phones is the same, even if the phone can be connected to one of 18 different model Key Service Units. It involves pressing PROGRAM a button, an access code, the number, and STORE. In the U.S. our access code to get an outside line is "9". You may be using something different, like '0'.
The differences are if you can dial "9" on the intercom and get a dial tone, which collumn of buttons you press, and/or whether you want this to be PERSONAL numbers or SYSTEM numbers.
In a TA-824, lines are accessed high to low. If you have 2 lines on a basic system and dial "9" to get an outside line, you will land on line 3 if you have not told the system that line 3 is disabled (system program 400). So, the fast answer is press PROGRAM, a button on the right side, dial 9+your desired number and STORE. If it's a left side button, dial 29 instead of 9.
System speed dials requrie access to system program 001.
If this does not work on your system, please comment back with your actual system model number.
Hello, from the Switcboard / Main telephone ( usually ext 101, 10 or 9 ) with the handset on the cradle press Program * # followed by the system password ( default is 1234). Now press 001 and then SP-PHONE. Enter the system speeddial location ( 00 to 99 ) or just press SP-PHONE again to go to 00. Now enter your line access number ( usually 0 or 9 ) followed by the telephone number you would like to assign for the speeddial. Now press AUTO DIAL / STORE to save your setting. To go to the next speeddial location press SP-PHONE and follow the above steps again. Press Program to exit program mode. To dial the system speeddial from any extesion lift the handset and press * followed by the speeddial location ( example 00 ) PLEASE rate this answer if it was helpful. Thank you.
It's a pretty straightforward process, Pick up the handset press STORE a location (0-9) STORE dial the number STORE
With only 10 storable numbers it's pretty thin, but you also have the last 50 CID numbers to dial. If you live in an area with more than one local area code (overlays) and mixed 10 digit dialing, it looks like you may have some programming to do to make it dial CID numbers properly.
It's pretty much phone system dependent on the one touch, but PROG F button, 9+number STORE usually works.
As far as the calling into IVR systems, you may have to press # to send touch tones after you dial a number, or adjust the tone length in programming. Of course not all systems let you change DTMF times, but that's another thread :-)
Program Thomson Consumer Electronics (GE?) 2-9316A Speaker Phone (what we found works) To program: 1. press speaker or lift handset. 2. press STORE 3. dial the number to be stored 4. press MEMORY DIAL 5. press location (0-9 on keypad or 1 of the 3 emergency quick dial) 6. press speaker or hangup. To dial emergency numbers: 1. press speaker or lift handset. 2. press any of 3 emergency quick dial To dial stored numbers: 1. press speaker or lift handset. 2. press MEMORY DIAL 3. press location (0-9 on keypad)
Does anyone know how to add PAUSE in a stored dial string?
it sound to be block but thats my personal opinion due that I dont work with that brand, there are few other brand model that have that feuture just to have controls of the use of the phone, they use to recive only but allowe to call 9-1-1..unles no other tech tell you something else try to get the manual of that unit..good luck