Well, you are heading down the wrong road. To change the Auto Attendant message: Dial Intercom 777 When prompted for the mailbox and password: Mailbox "0" followed by the # sign "1234" followed by the # sign option 3 will allow you to change the recording.
To change the display names on an extension: AT EXT. 10 OR 11: Press "feature 00" Press the LEFT intercom button twice Press the RIGHT intercom button and the display will say "Extension program" enter extension you want to program Press the LEFT intercom button Enter the valid intercom name(see table below) If you make a mistake, press mic/hfai to start over feature 00, when you are done.
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Yes it can. Depending on the type of voice mail attached to your system you can both have the lines answered with a seperate main greeting (partner messaging can do this) or answered by a seperate mailbox (all partner voice mails).
you''ll have to login to the admin mailbox. That's done by pressing your voicemail key or intercom 777 .Ona Partner Messaging System the admin mailbox is 0 with a default password of 1234. Once your into the admin mailbox press. 3 for greetings, and 6 to modify the menu. press *# to skip selector codes.Press 1 to record your new greeting 1 to stop recording. Press *# to approve or 21 to re-record hang up when finished. hope that helps out