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How to use voice mail system for Panasonic KX_T7633

I could not found any info from operation instruction.

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  • reception734 Sep 10, 2008

    None as I don't know which is the programming button, the operator has 4 longish buttons just below the screen, lower down it has the CONF, FWD/DND, PAUSE

    INTERCOM, AUTO ANS , AUTO DIAL

    MUTE, STORE

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The left of the 4 longish buttons under the display says PROG when the phone is idle.

Carl

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