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Whenever I place a call and am asked to dial an extension , I keep getting the message to enter the number and am unable to complete the call.

It's an At&T cordless phone... The automated recording will prompt you to press 1 for service,2 for complaints etc.I enter the number and see it on the screen but keep being prompted to enter the number. Is there any way to fix this?

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Do you hear tones when you press the buttons to dial?Many phones have the option to dial by pulses instead of tones. Make sure your phone is set to tones.

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If sounds like DTMF is turned off on your phone. If it is then it is not sending the correct tone over the air which is why nothing happens. Go into setting, then to initial setup and key down toward the bottom and you should see DTMF if it is off change it to short or long and that should correct you problem.

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This is a dedicated audio recorder. Therefore, you must use dedicated audio discs (not data discs). You can tell the difference as audio discs specify the recording time (usually 80mins) instead of data capacity (usually 700MB).

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Whoever your cell phone provider is, you need to contact them and notify them of this problem. This is a common problem with Touch Screen phones. Call them usually by dialing *611 from your mobile phone and ask for a replacement phone. Their own tech team may try to do a master reset on the phone, but to me it sounds like there is an internal issue. Seeing as you have problems calling from your touch screen you may want to email them or use a landline phone to reach someone. If you need any help let me know!

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SOURCE: Callers are not prompted to general mailbox

Under greeting table 1 set your greeting attendant assignment as 100,that should send the caller to mbox 100 if they press 0 or make no selection at all

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Our school has a Siemens 500 OptiPoint 500 advance phone that has a greeting one. Can't find out in any of the manuals as to how I can go about changing it. Can anyone out there help me?


We always programme the voicemail to 555. If you have something different change what is below, which is our 'one sheet' user guide from www.dschiltern.co.uk

All Types of Phones


1. Your mailbox number will be the same as your extension number.

2. Default password is 1 2 3 4

3. Voicemail group number is 555 (unless programmed differently)


Before callers can leave voicemail messages you must activate your mailbox and record your greeting message. We would suggest something along the lines of


"You are through to the voicemail of . . . . I am sorry I am unable to take your call at the moment but please leave a message after the tone and I shall get back to you "


To Record Your Greeting Message


1. Dial the voicemail group number (usually 555)

2. Enter your password (default is 1234)

3. Keep pressing 3 to scroll to greeting messages

4. Press 8 to toggle between your two greeting messages

5. Press 0 to change the message and follow the instructions.


To leave voicemail just press 'Release' or hang up.


Responding to Voicemail


On a display phone you will see "You have messages" on the top line and "Display messages?" on the bottom line. Press tick twice to go to voicemail and then enter your password.


On Siemens 'Entry' phone or display phones with a 'voicemail' button, just press this button and enter password when asked.


On ordinary analogue phones you will get broken dial tone. Dial the voicemail group number (usually 555) and enter password.


In all cases you will then be able to listen to your messages.


To delete a message press 0. It will ask you to confirm by pressing 0 again.

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Did you not assign a speed dial CO buttton to an extension

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I have a Nortel T7316E phone at work. We have extensions but don't have direct dial; only a receptionist that can place calls into our voicemail. My question is, how can I check my voicemail remotely after...


Depends on the voicemail, but generally:

Call the receptionist

When the auto attendant answers, press * (or sometimes "**"), OR ask the operator to transfer to your line and press "*" during your message.

It will ask you your login information.

Dial your extension and password together as one number and press #

You can now operate the voice mail.

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LOOKING FOR A MANUAL FOR lucent 9510 WIRLESS TELPHONE


Hi, Click this link for more data : http://www.vineland.org/tech/phones.pdf Regards, vote please, Jay
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Lucent Telephone User's Guide (All Models) For corrections to this document, contact Steve Dantinne at sdantinne@vineland.org or 856.794.6700 x 2350 VoiceMail Welcome to Audix! The first time you use Audix you must record your name and create a password! To Log In: 1. ON Premise Dial 2099 OFF Premise Dial 856-794-6700 extension 2099 You may also dial the main school number to access the voice mail system 1. The system will ask for your extension number followed by the # sign. Note: Teachers will use their voicemail number followed by the # sign It is not the classroom extension number. 2. Enter First Time Password # sign. Record Name As you use Audix, your name will be heard by you and other Audix users. Press 1 Speak your name Press 1 when finished Press # to approve Create Password You will be required to enter a new password with a minimum of 5 digits followed by the # sign. The maximum length of a password is 15 digits. Reenter your password for confirmation followed by the # sign. To Create a Personal Greeting This is what callers will hear when they reach your mailbox. Press 3 anytime you wish to do anything concerning your greeting Press 1 to create your greeting Press 1 to indicate the greeting number you are going to record then speak your greeting Press 2 then 3 to replay the greeting Press # to approve Press 1 to activate for all calls **X or **9 to hang up. To Get Messages 1. ON Premise Dial 2099 OFF Premise Dial 856-794-6700 extension 2099 You may also dial the main school number to access the voice mail system 2. Enter your extension or voicemail number then press #. Note: Teachers will use their voicemail number followed by the # sign It is not the classroom extension number. 3. Enter your Password then press # You are now Logged in. Press 2 (You will hear the day, date and time the message was left and the length of the message. If the message is from another extension you will also hear the person's name and extension number) This is the header To play the message press 0 To listen to header again Press 2 then Press 3 To listen to message again Press 2 then Press 0 To Delete message Press *D To skip to next message Press # To forward Press 1 then Press 2 (record your comment) Press # when done recording. Enter the extension numbers you are forwarding to followed by #. Press # when done addressing. Press # to send. Call Handling Features Volume Control The volume control button will adjust three items. 1. If you are not using the telephone, it will adjust how loud or how softly the telephone rings. Press the up arrow to make the telephone ring louder. Press the down arrow to make the telephone ring softer. 2. If you are using the handset or receiver, it will adjust the sound of the incoming voice. The up arrow will make the voice louder. The down arrow will soften the voice. 3. If you are using your speakerphone, the volume control will adjust the sound on the speakerphone. The up arrow will make the sound louder. The down arrow will make the sound softer. Each item is independent of the other, depending on the device being used. That it what the volume bar will adjust. Hold The hold feature puts a call on hold until you can return to it. To keep a call on hold while you answer another call or perform another task. Press HOLD. The green light next to held call will blink. To return to the held call Press the call appearance button of the held call. Redial The Redial (or last number dialed), feature automatically redials the last extension or outside number dialed. To redial the last number that you dialed. 1. Press REDIAL. The last number you dialed is automatically redialed. Note: The redialed number can be an outside number, an extension, or a trunk or feature access code. Transfer The Transfer feature allows you to transfer a call from your telephone to another extension or outside number, if allowed. To send the present call to another extension or outside number 1. While on a call, press TRNSFR. (Dial Tone). Present call is put on hold, and the green light next to the held call blinks. You are given a new call appearance. 2. Dial the number to which the call is to be transferred. 3. Remain on the line and announce the call; if the line is busy or if there is no answer, return to the held call by pressing it's call appearance button. 4. Press TRNSFR again. Call is sent to the dialed number. 5. Hang up. ...............

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How do I change Voice Mail on my phone?


Dial your extension. Wait for the greeting to say that you are at your voice mailbox. This is also the "Quick Voice Mail Tutorial Set Up."
Follow the instructions provided in the tutorial. You will be asked to enter your name (or company name), password and greeting. Write down the password and keep it in a safe place.
Record other greetings, if needed. After the tutorial, you have an option to add different messages for different situations. Press "311" to change your general greeting. Use "312" to record a message for when the line is busy. Dial "315" to record a temporary greeting for when you are away for an extended period of time, such as vacation. Good Luck

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Cannot retrieve voicemail


When you press the message button, look at the display. Is it really going to the VM extension or is it going to another phone? Othre people could have left you a message by calling you and pressing the MESSAGE buttone either on purpose, or by accident.

You can clear ALL message lights from your phone by dialing *700 plus your extension and #. Of course you can access VM by dialing the VM extension, usually 165 or 500 from the intercom.

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My voicemail keeps calling into my line every 20 minutes saying it has a message for me and to enter my personal ID number. I don't have a personal ID and if I push any buttons it either gives me a busy...


The PBX administrator has a setting marked in the voicemail properties under your extension number that needs to be changed. Try to dial 0000 next time it calls you.

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Sorry about the delay, I lost your post and could not get back in touch with you... This is a case where a certified Norstar tech will come in handy...
OK - lets get started.... Do you have the programming password to get into the system? Do you have the programming template (piece of paper to guide you thru the proper steps in which button to press?)
If you do lets go: Go to a set, hopefully a bigger set with 2 rows of buttons... -> Feature * * 2 6 6 3 4 4 -> is this is a CIC's/MIC's system it will ask for a password see next step, if this is a BCM it will ask you for a User ID:___ your default ID is 738662 -> Password:___ default is 266344
-> now you will see TERMINALS&SETS... keep hitting the NEXT button off the template till you see SYSTEM PRGRMING... -> now hit the ENTER and press the NEXT key till you see CHANGE DN -> now press ENTER this is were you will type in the old extension number (EX:2331) then type in the new extension number that you want the set to have (EX:5331) -> now hit the RLS button... check to see if the number changed but pressing FEATURE * 0 and pressing the INTERCOM key.
Now there are a few things that you have to remember, the voicemail has not been changed, the new extension needs to be programmed into the TARGETLINE for your DID number to ring at your desk, and if you have your extension as a Busy Lamp Field on the front reception, you have to change that to your new extension by going to the receptionist desk: ->FEATURE * 2, pressing your button, and dialing your new extension. -> now to see what your direct number target line is, press FEATURE * ) and press the button for your direct line... and see what LINE number you have, now get back into the system programming and find LINES and type in the number that you found on your phone (EX:255), press ENTER and press ENTER again you should see TARGET LINE. -> Keep pressing NEXT till you seePRIMESET:___ this has your old extension and press CHANGE and type in your new extension. -> hit the NEXT button and RLS -> your voicemail dial FEATURE 9 8 3 If you have a BCM your default LOG:___ is 738662 but if you have a MIC/CIC's system it will say password: default password is 10020000 for a 4 digit extension, 1020000 for a 3 digit extension. But if this a BCM the default password will be 2 6 6 3 4 4 -> press MBOX -> press CHNG -> your old extension -> you should now see PASSWORD press NEXT and you should see your old extension press CHNG and type in your new extension. Hit the next button after inputting this information, until you get back to the MAILBOX ADMIN and hit RLS.

Voila you are done! Good Luck

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To access the System Administrator Mailbox:
1. Dial into voice mail: From any phone on system dial 150
2. When the system answers, dial [*] + [#] followed by the System Administrator Mailbox number: (# 0 0 )
The system will announce: “Mailbox 15-00”, which is the System Administrator Mailbox number.
3. When requested, enter the System Administrator password. Default = [9]+[#]+[56].

How to program greetings
1. Access the System Administrator Mailbox as described above. The System Administrator Mailbox Menu plays.
2. Press [1] to access system greetings. The system will prompt you for the greeting number
3. Enter the desired greeting number.
For example:
1 = Default Day greeting
2 = Default Night greeting
3 = Default Temporary greeting
4. You will be prompted with the following three choices:
Press [1] to Review.
Press [2] to Record. You will be prompted to record the greeting
When you finish recording, press [#] to save the recording.
You can then
Press [1] to Review.
Press [*] + [*] + [*] to exit the system completely

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My M7310 keeps calling another internal extension, and it wont' stop.


I think an autodial button for that co-worker may be stuck, try jiggling the autodial buttons to unstick it.

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