We have NorStar M7324 and on the display screen, it's stating that we have messages. Unfortunately, no one can remember the password to access the messages. Is there any way we can listen to those messages or is it a lost cause? Any help would be appreciated.
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Looking through a bit, you may be in an 'outgoing calls barred' state. which you may need to talk to your sys-admin about. See Page 14 of the document. There are also sections about logging in and logging off the phones later on. If your sys-admin has set phones so that they need to be logged into to make calls (perhaps to track long distance charges), then perhaps you are logged out.
Never heard of DNS. Somebody made a programming change from that phone in the system and the system is updating all the phones. When you press Update it show the ext's being updated, if it is that phone then unplug it for a few seconds should do the trick.
The not in service message is given when there is no telephone attached to the intercom number your trying to call. I'd re-check the intercom number your calling, this can be done by using the button inquiry feature on the set your calling. At the set your calling, press feature *0, then press the intercom button on the lower right hand side of the set. The screen will display the intercom number of the set.