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From the handset, press Select/Menu and then press the down arrow to get to Ans Setup. Press Select again. Go down to Ring Time. Then select the number of rings (6, 9, 12 or Toll Saver (TS)). Press Select then press Flash/Exit to exit the menu system. Toll Saver picks up after 2 rings if you have new messages or 4 rings if you don't. This lets you hang up before the answering system picks up if you are using the remote phone access feature.
Note: if you have Voice Mail from your telephone provider, you need to set that to a longer number of rings separately. Consult with your phone company on that option.
First of all you need to know the number you dial for voicemail. Make a note of this. Then, go to the dialpad and dial: *#61# and press Call. A box will popup telling you what the redirect to voicemail delay is. On my handset the default was 15 seconds. Now, dial: **61******SECS# and press Call where *** is your voicemail number and SECS is the number of seconds you want it to ring for before diverting. For example, on Vodafone UK the voicemail number is 121 so to set the ring for 30 seconds before diverting, dial: **61*121**30# Once the box has come up saying it was successful you can use *#61# again to check the setting.
dial **61*(the your message bank number)**30# this will extend the time it takes for your phone to divert to message bank to 30 secs. If you dont want message bank you can cancel call diverts in your seetings menu after putting in this code and it will still ring for 30 secs. Note: this does not work for Vodafone Australia
This is usually set by your network provider, so you have 2 choices.
1) Call the network Customer Service number and ask them to extend the time before it diverts.
2) Try the following network code to change it yourself:
**61*XXXXX**TT# (then send/dial) XXXXX = The number you dial to access your voicemail (if it starts with a zero remove it)
TT = The time in seconds before diverting. The maximum value is usually 30, although some people report problems when using 30 seconds. I believe the maximum is specified by the individual network, so try different value 15 / 20 / 25 / 30.
It could be a simple as the phone has call forwarding to another extension set up on it or the direct line could also be programmed on the other set. Does the screen on the non- ringing m7208 display "forward to:xxx" or does it display the current day and time?
What you need to do is on the printer, hit the menu/enter button, then scroll through until you see "Fax Setup" click enter, then scroll until you see "fax receive setup", click enter, then scroll until you see "rings to answer". Here can you set it to a higher number of rings, just remember to click enter once you've got the number set to where you want it.
Hi it sounds like your problem is that the call diverts are set to divert all calls what you need to do is goto settings then goto call settings then look for call divert settings what you need to do is cancel all diverts and then go through them one by one and just activate divert if off (activating this one goes to ans phn if phn off activate divert if busy ( goes to ans phn if your on phone call) activate divert if out of reach (goes to ans phn if no signal) After doing these settings then your phone should ring when someone calls you. Before you activate any divert setting select cancel all diverts then get someone to ring you and make sure phone rings the screen will now display whos callind and the phone should also ring. Let me know if you need further assistance ok let me know how you get on