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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Norstar M7310 corded telephone
worked for me, hope it helps
Posted on May 05, 2008
This works, i just did it today!!
Press Feature 985
Press the 9 Key
Enter RESETSMPSWD (73738767793) using the dialpad
Once you have RESET the password, it reverts to the default.
If your system uses 2 digit extensions use 120000
If your system uses 3 digit extensions use 1020000
If your system uses 4 digit extensions use 10020000
Posted on Jul 03, 2008
Sorry can you clairify this question...
-> You need a new extension number for your set?
-> You need a new extension on your set so you can see when they are on their phone?
If it is the first, there are many things that you need first, too much to explain at the moment. But you need to have the password and a template for your phone to make changes.
If it is the second, press:
- Feature * 0 and any button to find out what is on the button, look for an empty button or one that you want to overwrite,
- then RLS,
- press FEATURE * 2
- press the button where you want to add this new extension
- dial the extension of the new person
Voila you are done!
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
assigning messages is done by
feature 983>1020000>AA>Table>table 1>Greeting Type
depending on how you have the business hours times set it'll play the greeting you want. Typically I set the greeting type as morning:1, afternoon:1, Evening:1 and Non-business:4. then under business hours I set them up as mon- fri morn:0800am, aft:0800am, eve:0800am and nonb: 0500pm. sat and sun as morn:1200am, aft: 1200am, eve:1200am, and nonb: 1159am
press Rls when finished
that way when a caller calls between 8am and 4:59pm they get the day greeting and from 5pm to 7:59am they get the night greeting (greeting 4) saturday and sunday play the night greeting all day.
Dont forget to record greeting 4 as your night greeting.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
I've seen this many times; Check the Handset cable. It is probably plugged into the Headset connection on the phone.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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