Hold down the forward skip button on the answer machine, it will say 3, if you have it set to 3 rings, just press the forward skip button again to the required number of rings, 10 being the max. Thats it job done.
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Remote access away from home
first you must enter the PIN code:
1) Enter the Answer Setup menu, and then the Security Code submenu
2) Enter a two-digit PIN code (01-99) using the number
You can operate your answering system from a remote location using any touch-tone telephone.
1) Call your telephone number and wait for the system to answer. If the answering system is off, it will answer after about 10 rings and sounds a series of beeps.
2) During the greeting message (or a series of beeps when the answering system is off), press 0 and enter your PIN code within 2 seconds
3)listen to the instructions from there (to play incoming messages, press zero-two)
Change the answer machine rings to answer number to less than the fax number of rings to answer or increase the number of rings to answer on the fax machine. Would need exact model number of phone system to give more detail on programming steps. Info should be in manuals of phone system and fax machine.
There are a couple of things to try. First is to check the cable & plug that connect the 1725 to the telephone line. Disconnect the phone line from the back of the answering machine, plug it into a known working telephone, using cell phone (or another land line) call the phone number and see if the phone rings.
If it doesn't, replace the line cord and try again.
If it does ring, check the optioning to make sure it is set for, say 2 rings.
Also, is the telephone line a regular telephone company POTS line or is it one that is being provided by a cable modem? If your phone service is being provided by a cable company, the media converter might not be putting out enough voltage for the answering machine to realize that the line is ringing.
If everything is correct, replace the answering machine.
Press the 'CID/FLASH' button to review the telephone-numbers of those who have called you.
Then, use 'UP/DOWN' to scroll through the list of callers.
Set the Panasonic to answer after *EIGHT* rings -- after *FOUR* rings, SaskTel's voice-mail will "answer" the call. So, there will not be "fifth" and "sixth" and "seventh" and "eighth" rings, and so your answering-machine will never get a chance to "answer" the call.