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This function varies substantially depending on the make & model of voice mail system that you have. The voice mail system also needs to have a schedule defined that matches your (or your company's) business hours. Setting this schedule up is the responsibility of the system support person. From that point the procedure for recording your out of office or closed greeting will vary, per the make/model of voice mail equipment that you have. On some systems this is referred to as your extended absence greeting, on still others it is called your alternate greeting. On yet others they call it the 'closed' greeting. Hope this helps.
To enter voice-mail, press your VM Key, the pass code will be set as default to 0000, press option 0, followed by 5 followed by 7.When you have got the message you require press the #.If you are changing your voice-mail message, you must press 3, delete the original message and reset the message followed by the #. Please watch the video attached if you go to www.abbeytelecom.com there are over 60 covering lots of topics relating to the samsungdcs
When you say voice mail, do you mean your personal vmail box or the AutoAttendant? If so you'll need to login to the 998 mailbox and modify the "Custom Service" prompts (menu# 5-3). NOw as far as the ringing goes, you might try doing an extension data clear procedure by doing Intercom -> *790 (I think it's Intercom 7900 on the older systems). Otherwise you should call a local Panasonic Dealer for a service call. Contact me offline for a referral.
There is a feature that most dealers do not activate called "Voice Mail Transfer" which transfers an incoming call to a person's (or department's) voice mail box. Forwarding calls to someone's mailbox is not possible without special programming by a certified dealer.
We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.
if you have voice mail, you can set the number of rings before forwarding to voice mail in the administrative options of the voice mail menu itself. Call your voicemail and listen for administrative options. Follow the prompts.
Sounds like you are trying to change a voice mail recording. Your Comdial phone can be used on several different Comdial phone systems and with several different voice mail systems that all program and set up differently. Do you have any manuals or instructions for your voice mail system? If not, you will need to find out which voice mail you have and try to locate manuals.
To change main greetings, etc.. you would need administrative rights to the voice mail. There will probably be a password, hopefully you know it or it's still at default.
Hi at the back of the phone you will see a selectable Hi/Lo/Off switch. Slide the (Ringer) switch to High position or Low position to turn the ringer on. Hi for high volume Lo for low volume.
To prevent hearing any ringing of incoming calls slide the (ringer) switch to the off position but when you ready to accept incoming calls again remember to slide the switch back to either Hi or Low setting. Hope this made sense and helped.
You are asking about changing you voice mail and phone system settings. Your phone can work on several different Panasonic phone systems and you could have different voice mail systems as well.
The phone KX-T7633 has only a user guide that covers the basic features of the phone itself. You need a programming and installation manual for your phone system AND your voice mail. They are not the same part and have different manuals.
So, your first step is to find out the model number of your phone system and voice mail system.