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You bought the wrong phone Lindsay. This is a system phone and only talks to the System Control Network Box. It won't work as a standalone phone. The system box is the equivalent of a company switchboard operator.
Recording your outgoing message, or "greeting" as it is sometimes referred to, is a function that is dependent on the type of voice mail system you have. In any event you will need the password that's associated with that extension as well as knowledge of the voice mail pilot number (the main voice mail number). Actual instructions will vary widely as no two voice mail systems are the same. Contact your phone system administrator for assistance.
Unless your voicemail system has a "wastebasket" feature, you cannot retrieve an accidentally deleted message. It's gone. Not many VM systems have this feature. Cisco does, but Mitel low-end (embedded) models do not. The high-end Mitel NuPoint systems do. Older Avaya/Octel systems also do not. Contact your Voice Mail System Manager to find out what features your system has and how to access them. I've been away from this product for several years so features may also have changed. Hope this helps.
Not on a Mitel SS4025, but if it's absolutely mission-critical, your PBX support person should be able to retrieve the call record from the system logs provided you get to them before the buffer overflows. Hope this helps.
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.
What sort of messages? I think you are referencing Status messages. If so, you are also referring to either SX2000 or 3300ICP. The Status Messages are defined in the system programming by your system administrator or vendor.
Message system does not work, system wide or just at your ext.? If it doesn't work system wide you have big problems. If it is only at your ext. your call forwarding maybe turned off. press superkey then press next til you see call forward and set it up. You Need to know pilot number to Voicemail.