Question about NorStar M7324 Telephone
I don't really have a solution per say but I have some advice. Whenever I have phone system problems (ours is Toshiba) I post on the forums at Sundance Communications http://www.sundance-communications.com/forum/ultimatebb.php The folks there are extremely knowledgeable and always offer good and quick advice. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
The following steps will help you to set an alternative greeting and play it back and forth...
1. Press the Check Voicemail key or press the Feature button, then 981
2. Enter your password
3. Press the ADMIN softkey
4. Press the GREET softkey
5. Pres the REC softkey
6. Press the ALT softkey
7. Press the YES softkey
8. At the tone, record your new greeting, press the OK softkey to end your recording, then the OK softkey again to accept the new recording.
9. You then need to have your voicemail box now play the Alternate Greeting, Press the GREET softkey
10. Press the ChOOSE softkey
11. Press ALT softkey
12. Display will show: "Accept msgs: Y", Press the OK softkey to have your voicemail box accept messages while your Alternate Greeting is turned on, or press the CHNG softkey to change the "Y" to an "N" if you do not want your voicemail box to accept messages
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
SOURCE: Nortstar M7324
In order to record an alternate greeting, you sign into your voicemail. Select Admin, Select Greet, Select Choose (and select which greeting you would like to use eg..Prime or Alt) Once you select the greeting. The voicemail is set to use that greeting. To record that greeting, go back into Admin, Select Greet, Select Rec, and record and save your greeting.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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