Question about NEC Electra Elite DTU 16D-2 Corded Phone
Our phones have several buttons that I can't seem to program. I think these are dedicated as "feature access keys." When I press Feature > button, the display says "VACANT." The ones I can program (one touch keys) say "unused" when I do this. What is the difference? The manual says to program an feature access key, press Feature > redial > feature access key > desired feature access code. When I attempt this, I get "error" on the display. What I'm trying to do is to set these buttons to access voice mail, call forward, call forward cancel, and so forth. Two of the buttons are already programmed to "DND" and "MIC," but that was done before I got here. Thanks!
These Keys may be set as line keys instead of feature access or not tagged as "feature access" in the programming, also you can only have so many feature access keys... 8 comes to mind but I could be wrong, some features can be programmed permanently onto a button in the main programming so you can free up some more feature access (user programable) buttons.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
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