Question about NorStar Meridian M7310 Phone
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
GBSA: Depending on which auto attendent you have, which is
an add on device to your phone system, you will either have to go to the actual unit and access it via a jack, some have built in CD mikes and re-record the message. The newer units have an access code that you dial from your extension unit allowing you to make the change from there. Thank You. Jerry
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
As far as changing the # of rings, that may be your phone company. Feature 983 will get you in to change to number of rings. It goes as follows:
System coordinator mailbox # and password
Enter Line Number
Enter the desired number of rings
If after changing the number of rings the Auto atendant does not pick up at all, You have to call your phone company and set up the second delay through them. We had the same problem here.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
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