Question about Lands Phones
The change is made in the voicemail system, not the phone. Get in to your voicemail box, listen to the menu and select the option for 'setup', 'settings' or 'system options', the exact name varies according the voicemail system, and you usually have to make several choices, but the options are almost always availble with menu selections. With hundreds of voicemail systems available, that's about the best advice you'll get with the information you provided.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
I don't think its a good idea to back the vms cover rings to 8. The furthest I'd go is maybe 6.
Changing the VMS cover rings on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11.
At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00"
next press the left hand intercom twice
the display should say system programming
enter in "#321"
the display should say VMS Cover Rings and ask for an extension number
enter the extension number you wish to change
The current ring data should be displayed
enter in new data (8 ring if you wish)
press feature "00" to logout
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
Is your system a BCM or a CIC/MICs system?
I know you most likely will not know, so I will give you both ways to change this... they are pretty well Identical, but there is one extra set if your system is a BCM, that is if the set programming can be done.
ok... lets get started!
Go to a programming set:
-> FEATURE * * 2 6 6 3 4 4 (CONFIG)
-> User ID: 7 3 8 6 6 2 (SETNNA) [this is the extra step I was talking about]
-> Password: 2 6 6 3 4 4 (CONFIG) [this is the default password, but could have been changed by the programmer]
Now you will have to look at your LCD for 3 arrows
<- Back .......Next->
You will not see these words in the LCD display, you just have to look for the 3 arrows that correspond.
-> You will now see TERMINALS&SETS, and press the ENTER button
-> type in the extension of the set (eg:2338), now you will see 2338: NAME
-> press ENTER and you will see LINE ACCESS press NEXT till you see CAPABILITIES
-> press ENTER and look for Call Forward No Answer
-> press CHANGE and type in the new name pressing the # button to advance to the next letter.
-> Hit the NEXT button to save
-> press the HEADING arrow to back up and press FIND to look for next extension that you want to change.
-> after all the changes are made, press the RLS button to end programming.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
SOURCE: change number of rings
To change # of rings you have to go into programing OK press feature * * on the main set and config (266344) then the password admin (23646) this goes to terminals and sets hit show and enter the set you want to change go to capabilities this will allow you to chang # of rings on that set
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
the voicemail ring count has to be setup on your phone line thru your voicemail menu,and has nothing to do with the answering machine. if you don't want the answering machine to pickup, just shut it off. follow the prompt's for your voicemail settings, there you'll be able to set the amount of rings you want.
hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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