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jsw1102 07-24-2006 12:03 PM

Quick question 7130
 
Just got a 7130. It works great. My only issue is that I can't seem to program my office voice mail on speed dial. I need to input the phone number, extension and a password. Any suggestions? Thanks.

milan187 07-24-2006 12:15 PM

i don't know if i understand number 1 speed dial is reserved for voice mail and usually set by the provider. you can set the number your self but i do not think there is a way to auto set the password.

jsw1102 07-24-2006 12:22 PM

Right. The 1 key is programmed to my cell voice mail. I'm trying to program another key to my office with the extension and password. Any other thoughts are welcome.

walbern1 07-24-2006 12:24 PM

Depending on the voice mail system you are calling you can use either pauses or waits in the dialing sequence. mine is set to dial like this;
13065551234pppPASSWORD#pp1. each small p is a 2 second pause so when I hit the speed dial I don't have to touch another key and it will take me right to the first unheard message. You can set up any speed dial this way just create an address book entry called "Office Voicemail" get your dialing dequence setup and then set it as a speed dial number. It might take a couple of tries to get the pause sequence figured out but when you do it should work fine. If you use the w (Wait) command you have to press another key to initiate the next set of numbers each time, sometimes this will work better depending on your voicemail system.

mike_187 07-24-2006 12:25 PM

hmm well i use voice mail from my provider but i still have to enter the passwork everytime i access it. so why not put your office voice # in your address book and then set a speed dial to # 2 lets say.

jsw1102 07-24-2006 04:42 PM

Perfect. Thanks so much for the help.


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