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I dont think you can change the number of times it will ring, it all depends on what ringtone you have set i think. But you can look on the manual. http://cellphone.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/samsung/a877_impression_1.html
Press dataregistration,press arrow up or down untill RX settings is display press start,press arrows untill incomming ring is displayed press start,set to on,next the amount of rings will apear on screen,change it there to the amount of rings.
The call forwarding was turned off. To turn on, press speaker, enter 793, press 1(for set), press extention number, and enter 300. If you have call forwarding on and are looking for more rings, do the above steps except press 2 (for clear).
You have to change the rings from the voice mail server. If you don't know your way around the server, its best to get a local NEC tech although it is fairly simple to navigate. Depends on your skill. Typical default password for the server is NEC
Depending on your system and configuration, that timer could be in any number of locations, and most of them are only available to a certified dealer.
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.
I have contacted Verizon tech support for this issue. They say it depends on where you are (what towers are responding to your incoming call) and can not be changed. I told them that Cingular could entend the ring time, not number of rings. The rude customer-no-service person told me "well, you need to go to Cingular-now AT&T". We will see what type of response I get from the letter I wrote to the President of Verizon.