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Auto Attendant I found a manual that explains how to change the auto attendant; hwoever the manual says to hit intertcom, 777, 0#. When I do this and hit 0 I get transferred to the receptionist. Please help

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  • bolson Jul 22, 2008

    It is a Lucent AT&T partner plus phone system. It is pretty old.



    When I dial 777 the voicemail picks up and asks for an extension and password. The manual says to press 0#; however when I press 0 I am transferred to the receptionist.

  • bolson Jul 22, 2008

    It says release 5

  • bolson Jul 22, 2008

    It worked!



    Thank you so much for your help!

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    Which system do you have?
    When you dial intercom 777, does the voicemail answer?


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You are trying to access the admin mailbox for a newer voicemail than your system supports.
After dialing intercom777, try 99# and 1234#.

That will get you into the voicemail, and it will tell you the release (Partner mail VS rel 4, 5, etc...)

Need to know that for further instructions.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

  • Anonymous Jul 22, 2008


    1. Dial Intercom 777

    2. Dial 99#

    3. Dial 1234#

    4. Dial 9

    5. Dial 3 For the Auto Attendant

    6. Dial 1 for the day menu and 2 for the night menu.

    7. Dial 6 to modify the menu

    8. Dial * # (you are not making changes to the selector codes)

    9. Dial 1 to modify the menu prompt

    10. Lift handset and Dial 1 to record, press 1 when finished

    11. Choose an option: 21 to rerecord, or 23 to play back

    12. Dial * # to save the recording.


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