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How do I change the number of times the Panasonic KX-T7633 rings before it goes to Vmail

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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.

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How do I change the number of rings before the answering machine picks up the call on my panasonic KX-T7633 phone


If this is forwarding to the answering machine on YOUR phone, from the intercom dial *713xx where xx is a number of seconds. I think by default it's using the system number of 40 or 45 seconds. Try 24 for 4 rings (or multiply the number of rings by 6 and you get seconds).

If you're talking about SYSTEM rings before the VM, it's a different story and it requires system programming.

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Extension call forwarding is controlled by a timer, and they put these things in the manual. If your CF after 2 rings is from a call to a specific extension, from that extension, dial *713 and a 2 digit number from 00-99 seconds on the intercom. Start with 18.

If your call forwarding is from intercept, then you have a system programming issue and need to look in the installer's manual or check with your system programmer.

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Does your system use the FWD/DND option or is it the programming. I also need to know what kida system this is.

If it is for the TDA then you can (if you have access too)
Prog soft key below LCD ->
the press FWD/DND button ->
Down on the silver button about 3 times. Should see 53:FWD N/A Time then enter
Should see timer (sec) :xxx with your current time.
Press new time example 015 for 15 sec then press enter.

If that doesnt work let me know and I get you the other way.



Jun 16, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone

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I can't find out how to set the number of rings before my phone goes to voicemail


The system CF timer is something obscenely long, like maybe 40 seconds. Each user can change it by dialing *713 and a 2 digit number from 00 to 99.

Carl

Apr 16, 2009 | Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone

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# of rings before voicemail picks up


Yes there is, but you have to know multiplication :-)

At the extension, from the intercom dial *713 and the 2-digit time in seconds. An internal ring cycle is about 6 seconds. I think the default time comes from the system and it may be 40 seconds.

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In your voicemail system programming menu set the time period before which the voicemail clicks in. Usually 10 or 15 seconds.

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