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Re: How to add a second lint to Nortel Phone System???
So what, exactly, is your question? Physically, you order a second line in a "hunt" group, and plug or wire it into the system cabinet. By default, a Nortel system has 2 lines already programmed to the sets, but you will probably need to activate the second line appearance in programming.
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Change the administrator password by pressing Feature 985 dial 9 even though it is not listed as an option. The display will show Pswd: dial 73738767793. The display will show Reset pswd? Press YES. Now you can log into the voice mail system administrator using Feature 983 and the password 1020000 if you have 3 digit extension numbers. Add or delete the 0 between the 1 & 2 depending if you have 2 digit or 4 digit extension numbers.
The Nortel and any other of PBX come with the voice mail, and you configure the voice mail as a phone ring.... If you can not pick up your phone in 3 time of ring then automatically your phone transfer on Voice mail and there as you setup..........In voice mail it asked which number you want to call and say the details Example: - Dail 1 to Drawing Room Dial 2 for Dinning Hall Dial 3 for Bed Room..
You just configure you voice mail system and solve you problem.
Hi! All phones that are plugged into the system are automatically assigned an extension. This is a good thing, and it keeps life simple. When you have a specific line assigned to a phone, all it means is that you have the phone programmed to appear and ring on that particular phone set. In short, find out your extensions number by pressing feature * 0 intercom. That will be the extension that you put in to add the mailbox to that phone. Now, I am assuming that you are using a voice mail system. If you are not, then you can have your phone service provider set you up with an external voice mail on a particular line.
Feature 983 log in is 120000 (if 2 digit extension, 1020000 if 3 digit, 10020000 if 4 digit extensions) Select Mbox, enter that locked extensions mail box number, You will see password RESET. Select RESET. Release out. This will reset that mail box password to 0000. Use feature 981 on that phone and enter the new default password of 0000. you will then be prompted to change the password. Feature 985 will show you the extension of the phone you are using.
It is telling you that the voice mail ports are busy and can not take another call in to the voice mail system. If the port the does not clear up after a min or two then reset the voice mail system . Unplug the power cord from the wall and let it set for a min , then plug it back in and wait about 5 min for the system to come back up , that should free up the ports .
You need to go in to voice mail admin . Feature 983 1020000 press AA press Greeting press greeting again enter 1 for greeting 1 this should be your main greeting it could any greeting from 1- 20 , it depends on how it was set up but that should work fine .