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Go to control panel then go to folder option then click on view tab. On the list you'll find a option named "Hide extensions for known file type". Enable this option and click OK. Now you can rename your files easily.
Press program *# and your system password (default is 1234). Enter 604 then press SP-PHONE. Keep on pressing SP-PHONE until you get to the desired extension number. Change the name and press AUTO DIAL / STORE. Press program to leave programming mode and you are done.
Name changes are done from the System Administrators phone. In the TA-series, it's system program 604. In a TAW it's 004. I can give you complete instructions, but you have to get to that screen first.
If you get there and want to play, the SP Phone FWD CONF MUTE and keypad press up to 7 times enter the Alphabet names (space is under 1). Nothing writes until you press STORE.
followed by your passcode (usually 1234)
Then press next till you find Mark
Press Shift then the button under Clr
Then enter the name so for Claire start with 2 and swing the jog button round till you get a C, then press 5 and swing the jog button round till you get an l etc..
If you make a mistake press Transfer
Then when you've got your name correct press Auto Dial.
Normally you will get a message to the effect of "if you change the file name it may effect other users who try to open this file" something like that. File extensions usually look like this C:documents/file.123/exe. etc.... As long as you're changing it normally and not in the extension manor (like the example), then you should be fine in changing the name. Try this; make a copy of the file, rename it, then see if it is still usable. If so, then you shouldn't have any problem renaming the others. Try this and let me know.
To change the time you need to press the 'Prog' button, then press the * key twice, so '**' then enter '1234' then enter '000' then press the 'enter' button (located bottom right hand corner of phone) and this will allow you to change time accordingly.
To change extension name, press 'Prog' button, then press the * key twice (as above), then enter '1234' then enter '000', then enter '004' then press 'enter' button (as above), this should then get you to the spot where you can change the name.
Terninals & Sets
Show set: (type your extension in)
Your extenstion shows: Your Name or Name You want to Change
press top right Arrow button
Bottom right Arrow button
Press Change, then use the keypad to type in new name
Prees bottom Arrow Button again, then Release button.