How do islet date and time on AT&T deft 6.0
If your phone is similar to my AT&T DECT 6.0 cordless phone system, press Menu/Select with the phone in standby. (If your base has a corded handset, you can do this on either the base or a handset. The button is below the LCD screen on the handset. It's in the middle of the buttons below the LCD screen on my system's base.) Use the Up/Down arrow keys to navigate to Settings. (If you use the base, Up and Down are on different sides of the Menu key.) Press Menu/Select. Use the arrow keys to navigate to set date and time. Press Menu/Select. Type in the date using two digits for month, day, and year. Press Menu/Select. Today's date will be 06 21 18. Type in the time (12-hour clock) with two digits each for the hour and minutes. Use the Up/Down arrows to select AM or PM. Press Menu/Select to save. You should hear a confirmation tone. Press Exit multiple times to exit the menu system on the base. Press Off from a handset.
I hope this helps. Please add a comment with your phone system's model number if you'd like me to search for a manual. The manual for a system like mine, the CL84215, is here: https://cdn-media-att.vtp-media.com/products/CL/CL8XXX5/CL84XX5_CIB_i4.0_20170412.pdf . Many AT&T phone manuals can be found here: https://telephones.att.com/product-support/manuals .
on Jun 21, 2018
My moms AT&T 1717 answering machine seems to have lost my dads greeting message. My dad passed away in january 2017 and it would mean a lot if there was a way to get it back. Thank you.
It depends where the msg greeting was stored. If on the answering machine (which got deleted) and another message written over it then it's loss. If no one re-entered a new message it's a long shot but possible the MFR could retrieve the old memory by hacking the internal memory. Though, with most of the 'Hackers' of this type are +60's so finding and paying(?) someone may be a bit hard.
I would suggest checking with people or family that called this machine and may have recorded the voice msg. You may have a video clip during a family event and the machine came on during the recording. My Mother-in-law just passed away last Tuesday. With all the family contacting my wife, I've been pulling them to the side to ask if they have pictures or vids that I could use for the funeral service program. My own mother passed in 2004 and I kept the contact/mailing list. We got a lot of pictures that time. Many of my mom when she was in High school. We always see our parents as 'old' people, and forget that they (Mom & Pop) were young at one time. There is another source of pictures, info, and possible vids if you check on facebook for distant relatives. I'm still looking for my Dad's father (my grandpa) whom died in 1926 here in Hawaii. But oddly I don't know where he is buried. Fortunately I did find His wife (my grandma) whom is coincidentally buried in Diamond Head cemetary where my other grand parents (Mom's side) is. You can also do a family tree search to find other relatives or siblings to your Dad. Though don't be surprised if you come across unknown relatives. Recently you just have to do a DNA test and the testing service may provide you with 'possible' relatives. Check his yearbook for 'special' messages left by High school contacts.
PS; on the off chance the machine used 'tape cassettes' then you may be in luck as several 'tapes' were used to change the messages or even recordings of people leaving messages. your Dad may have left a message on an old tape. Check his desk drawers for mini machine tapes. You may even find an old audio cassette or two. Good luck, good hunting!
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on May 13, 2018
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