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When you push the voicemail button you get a busy signal instead of going into your voicemail. when you call the phone it says your voicemail hasn't been set up yet. how do we bypass this to be able to set up the voicemail again?
It looks like your extension's voicemail mailbox is not set up. So without the mailbox not being set up, you do not have access to the mailbox. Once the mailbox is created, you should be able to add/change your password. If you are not sure how to create a mailbox, I would check and see if you are able to contact a Panasonic phone tech in the area to take care of your issue.
Posted on Apr 02, 2015
SOURCE: Digital panasonic kx-t7633
The 7633 has a FWD/DND button. Is it blinking, lit solid or dark? It's designed to be pressed 3 times for FWD DND or OFF....It's programmed as follows, assuming that 500 is your voice mail access code:
From the intercom dial *7101. That sets DND. Dial 710x 500 # to set call forwarding where x-2 for all calls 3 for BUSY for for NO ANS 5 for BSY/NA. 7&8 are FOLOW ME commands and they have a different set of instructions ie Dial *7107 plus your extension to have calls come to the phone you're at and *7108 plus your extension to cancel it. I have never seen it used. *7100 cancels all forward and DND arrangements from your phone..
This is just hte command set for ALL CALLS. You can also set up forwarding for Outside Calls and Inside calls seperately and you can program buttons to do the forwarding.
Your Panasonic dealer has 2 manuals that you would find interesting, one is the TDA Operating Manual and the PTPM Manual. The operating manual has a complete set of programming instructions for the manager and users of TDA systems, the PTPM has a complete set of programming features that can be performed from a Panasonic 76XX display phone.
THe pdf's aren't huge and they can be sent to your email address if you provide one under the Ask Me button.
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
This, my friends, is a very popular problem. It is caused by someone else in your company pressing the Message button on their phone while you are calling them or they are calling you. We strongly recommend to our customers that no one presses the Message button under any circumstances. To access your voice mailbox, always dial the Automated Attendant access code assigned by your installer - usually 165 (although on our systems it is "62" or the letters "MB" for MailBox).
You need to dial the Message Waiting Lamp feature code and dial "0" for the extension number. The code itself varies from system installation to system installation, but the most likely numbers are *70 and 70.
We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
If it's a Panasonic voice mail system you program a button for VoicemailTRansfer. Pick an unused button and label it VTR. Now, you need to know what the access number is for voice mail. It's usually 165 or 500. Then you press PROG the button and dial 94+ whatever number VM is and ENTER.
On the original installation, your installer should have at least given you 2 buttons, one for record and one for transfer. We usually give the customer a 3rd button called 2-way transfer. If your system is a TVA, there is a patch to record conversations as new messages, and if you have the optional LAN card(on the 50, it's already in the 200) for voice mail to email, it can send out the wav file at the end of the call.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
CLICK HERE for your owners manual in PDF format.
This phone does not have voicemail capabilities. Your company's voicemail system is seperate.
You can find Voivemail notification settings on page 10 of the manual.
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Posted on Apr 13, 2009
SOURCE: KX-T7633 Voicemail rings
The Voice Mail feature is set by your phone company, not by the phone. Typically the phone company will set it for 20 seconds, or approximately 4 rings. This is called your voice mail "Ring Cycle"
Call them up (the customer service number should be on your phone bill) and they should be able to increase or decrease your ring cycle for you at no charge.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
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