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Re: I have a 4025 Not Forwarding to VM?
The Call Forward is set up by using the BLUE Super KEY located below the display. You have to know the Voicemail Pilot Number to be able to complete the programming. Basically you press " superkey ", say NO to the prompts until Call Forwarding comes up, say YES to Call Fordward, choise the type of forward you want ( always, no answer, busy, busy/no answer )dial in the voicemail pilot number, press save and then press the superkey to exit programming. Good Luck
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go to the website http://www.telecom.toshiba.com/ go to the call forward settings in the book turn off Call forward All and turn on Call Forward NA (No Answer) by default it should go to the VM system. If it does not figure out what you dial in the keypad when you want VM to answer.
it's because the operator set a message to your phone. You need to leave the handset on the cradle and push the message button. Read the display and follow the prompts. You should be able to clear the message.
You will need to call in to the Voice Mail hub extension directly, then press * to identify yourself as a user (on some systems you may need to press # or press * twice). The system will ask for your extension and password and you will be granted access. Your system administrator can inform you of which extension is the VM hub on your system.
This is what Christ at Mitel told me. I'm still trying to find out our hub extension number.