Question about NorStar M7324 Telephone
I feel confident that I have perused the manuals and tried numerous things, but when I listen to my main outgoing message, the system has added on the default lady who says, "Using the dial pad, enter the extension you wish to call. To access the directory, press the # key. To leave a message, press the * key."
All I am trying to do is offer my personal message, and nothing else.
Your assistance is MUCH appreciated. Working on this has NOT been my favorite way to spend a weekend!
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Posted on Apr 24, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Directory Access Changes
Changing CCR tree...
Ok, for the first part:
Changing the Greeting in the Auto Attendant via CCR tree... you have to get into the ADMIN mailbox:
-> FEATURE 9 8 3
-> Password 1020000 for 3 digit extensions -or- 120000 for 2 digit extensions
(these are the default password, but can be changed)
-> TREE 1 and press OK
-> Path 0
-> REC then press PLAY to listen to the greeting, and ensure that is the one that you need to change
-> REC the new message
-> remember to SAVE! otherwise all is for not.
THIS MAY BE REQUIRED FOR OTHER TREES ex 2 or 3, listen too all trees and change if required... same steps to get into the trees and prompts.
Ok, second part:
To change the locations of where Press 1 goes do that same steps as above, but Path 1 is for number 1...
Path 2 is for the number 2... so on and so forth.
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
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