Question about NEC DTH-8D-1 Corded Phone
I have inherited a phone in my office and it has a lot of numbers stored in memory.
How can I wipe the directory listings so I can start again?
If it is in the system speed dial directory you have to go one by one and type "Feature, Redial, bin # where it is stored (system 00~79, station 80~99), Feature". This should wipe each Speed Dial listing.
If it is in the voice mail unit you may want to go phone by phone and log into the box. You will need to redo the following:
All these options are listed in each mailbox through a series of soft keys. Let me know if you need more info.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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