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Which ones? A Pana brand VM has an access code of 165. Your personal messages are in your box, the system messages (General Delivery Mailbox) are in mailbox 998. When you dial 165, you're automatically in your box. Mailbox 998 has a special access code that you dial and use to retrieve messages. We try to prevent messages from being dropped into the GDM, but it happens.
What's answering the calls, is it the Panasonic system or the central office? When you figure that out, and it's locally, then post back with the model number of your phone sytsem cabinet and whether you dial 107 or 115 ot get into voice mail, or the message is left in the central office.
call your home number, and as soon as you hear your message, press the * (star) key, then you should get your messages...you may have to have the code, which is on the bottom of the phone.....usually 3-4 numbers...put the code in when prompted (or password)
To quote from your manual:
Pages 41 - 42
The default remote code is 11 (two ones).
1 Dial your phone number from a touch tone phone.
2 After the greeting message starts (before it ends), enter your remote code.
The unit (then) plays back new messages.
After playing back new messages, the voice guidance starts.
3 Follow the voice guidance as necessary.
4 When finished, hang up.
most answering machines will allow you to get your messages by hitting "*" or "#" during the message portion of your call then entering a code (usually 0000 from mnf) if you have not changed your code this should work.
A remote code must be entered to operate the system remotely. The factory code setting is "111" and you can set your own personal code by following the directions on page 31 of the phone system operating guide.
To check messages from a remote location, dial your number from any touch tone phone, enter your code after the greeting message begins, then follow the voice prompts.