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Toshiba StratagyVoicemail Setup Directions

** as programmed by Reliant Communications

 


To set up voicemail for the first time:

  1. Dial the voicemail extension -- 300 **

  2. Enter * plus your personal I.D. (your extension #)

  3. Enter your security code 1234 **

  4. Follow the tutorial


To change your personal greeting:

  1. Lift handset

  2. Dial the voicemail extension number (300) **

  3. Wait for voicemail to begin speaking

  4. Enter * then your extension number followed by the # key

  5. Enter your security code (1234) ** followed by the # key

  6. Press 3 to manage your mailbox

  7. Press 1 to change your greeting

  8. Press 1 to select greeting 1

  9. Press 2 to record greeting 1

             "Hello this is John Doe. I am unable to take your call at this time. Please leave

                a message at the tone and I will get back to you as soon as I can."

 

           Press 1 to listen to your new greeting OR

           Press 2 to re-record your greeting OR

           Press 999 to return to the "manage your mailbox menu"

  1. Press 2 to change your user options

  2. Press 3 to change your security code

           When prompted, enter your new security code then press the # key

           You will be prompted to enter your security code again, then press the # key

  1. Press 6 to record your Name and Extension number

             When prompted, record your First and Last name and extension, then press

              the # key. After recording you will be given several options, press 9 to save.

 

    


        

To retrieve voicemail messages while at your phone:

  1. Press MSG when flashing

  2. Voicemail will prompt for your security code

  3. Enter you security code plus the # key

  4. Press 1 to listen to your messages

To retrieve messages from another phone in your office:

  1. Dial intercom 300 **

  2. Wait for voicemail to begin speaking

  3. Enter * followed by your extension number

  4. Enter your security code

  5. Press 1 to listen to your messages

To retrieve voicemail messages from off-site:

  1. Call the main number and ask to be transferred to 300

            (Operator just hangs up after 300 is dialed)

  1. Wait for voicemail to began speaking

  2. Press the * key

  3. Enter your mailbox number (your extension number) followed by the # key

  4. Enter your security code, followed by the # key

  5. Press 1 to listen to your messages

To transfer an outside caller directly to someone's voicemail:

  1. Press CONF/TRNS key

  2. Enter 300 **

  3. Wait for voicemail to begin speaking

  4. Enter 9#

  5. Enter the co-workers extension number

  6. Hang up


 

 

 

 

AT&T:

Enter the time in 24-hour notation. In this scheme, that hours of the day are 0000 (12 midnight) to 2359 (11:59 p.m.). Since each time must have four digits, use leading zeroes when necessary. For example, to set the time to 9:00 a.m., enter '0900'. To set the time to 4:45 p.m., enter '1645'.

The time appears on system display phones as a.m. or p.m. (not in 24-hour format).

PROGRAMMING

To change the system time:

1. Press Feature 0 0 System Program System Program # 1 0 3.

2. Enter a new time in 24-hour notation. For example, to set the time to 2:15 p.m., press 1 4 1 5. The display reads:

System Time
Data 1 4 1 5

This time will appear on a system display phone as 2:15p.

3. Select another procedure or exit programming mode. 

*Note, "System Program" = Left intercom button!

 

IWATZU:

ZT-D:

From station 120

To change system time:

1.    Lift the receiver .
2.    Press the Feature button FEAT.
3.    Press the Speaker button [SPKR].
4.    Dial 3 .
5.    Dial the current time : HHMM (24 hour clock format).
6.    Hang up.

 

From station 120

To change system date:

1.    Lift the receiver.
2.    Press the Feature button [FEAT] .
3.    Press the Speaker button [SPKR] .
4.    Dial 2.
5.    Dial the current date : MMDDYY.
6.    Dial the day (78=Sun, 66=Mon, 88=Tue, 93=Wed, 84=Thu, 37=Fri, 72=Sat).
7.  Hang up.

ZT-S:

TO SET THE SYSTEM CLOCK, PERFORM THE FOLLOWING OPERATIONS WHEN THE MASTER KT IS IDLE.

OPERATION

1) Lift receiver, and listen for the dial tone.
2) Press the following buttons: FEAT + # + 2.  
3) Enter the time in four digits, using the twenty-four hour clock. For example, to enter 1:35PM (13:35), press 1 + 3 + 3 + 5.
4) Hang up.

EX-616:

Time change must be performed at extension 20 only.

ACTION

DISPLAY SHOWS

1. Do not lift handset.

Current time ( e.g., 16 Wed. 3:52 p.m.)

2. Dial 0.

Input Password

3. Dial your three digit password (Default is 0 0 0 ).

Input No., Nxt,End

4.Dial 0 0.

  00. time nn:nn

5. Using the dial pad enter four digits for correct time; two digits for hour (00-23) and two digits for the minutes (00-59).

  Numbers entered appear in sequence of
  entery on the display.

6. Press Flash button twice.

Current time ( e.g., 16 Wed. 3:52 p.m.)

 

Lucent Partner:

From Ext. 10 or 11

Press feat 00

Press left intercom button 2 times

Press #101 it will prompt to enter the time/military

 

Mitel SX-200:

Time change must be performed at the Attendant Console. (If customer does not have an Attendant Console at their site, we need to schedule a technician to change the time using one of our consoles.)

To Set the Time on the Console:
1. Press FUNCTION
2. Press ATT FUNCTION
3. Press SET TIME

The time (which can be in either the 12 or 24 hour format, depending on system programming), is entered as HH:MM, where the HH is hours and the MM is minutes. This example uses a 12 hour format:

When two digits have been entered for the hours, the “:” will automatically be displayed.

Options:
Press PM to register the time as after 12:00 PM, in 12 hour format
Press SET to enter the time as shown
Press EXIT

 

NEC:

MarkII:

Time change must be performed at the attendant's Multi-line Terminal.

example:

Friday,July4,1986,8:35a.m.

01. Depress CNF key and *
02. Hour Setting: Dial 0,8
03. Depress DSS key 20
04. Minute Setting: Dial 3,5
05.  Depress DSS key 20
06. Day Setting: Dial 00,4
07. Depress DSS key 20
08. Month Setting: Depress line key 7
09. Depress DSS key 20
10. Year Setting: Dial 8,6
11. Depress ANS key to enter data

NEAX 2000:

Steps can be performed from any phone

Do not Lift handset

01. Press Transfer
02. Press Conference
03. Press * (star)
04. Press Transfer
05. Press Conference
06. Press # (pound)
07. Press Redial
08. Enter 02
09. Press Recall
10. Enter 2
11. Press Recall
12. Enter HH, MM, SS
13. Press Conference
14. Lift and replace the hand set.

NEC Electra Professional Level I, Level II, Level II Advanced, Electra Pro 120, Electra Elite 48, Electra Elite 192:

Steps must be performed from the main Reception phone (Usually Ext. 100 or 101)

TO SET THE TIME

1. Press FEATURE (FNC)
2. Dial 9#
3. Enter hour and minute using the dialpad
4. Press RECALL to change AM/PM setting
5. Press HOLD to change to calendar setting
OR Press FEATURE (FNC) to exit this feature

TO SET THE DATE

1. Press RECALL to select day of week
2. Dial # (pound) to move the cursor to day of month field
3. Enter day of month using the dialpad
4. Press RECALL to select month
5. Dial # (pound) to move the cursor to year field
6. Enter last two digits of year via dialpad
7. Press FEATURE (FNC)

 

Panasonic:

DBS:

Time change must be performed at Receptionist’s extension.

Action

1. Press The [ON/OFF] Button.
2. Press [PROG.] Button.
3. Dial [#] and Then [3].
4. Enter 4 Digits for the Year (e.g., 1995).
5. Enter 4 Digits For The Month And Day (e.g., 0406 for APRIL 6TH).
6. Enter Two Digits For The Hour (00-23).
7. Enter Two Digits For The Minutes (00-59).
8. Press The [ON/OFF] Button.

KXT-308:

1.       Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button on extension 11.

2.       Dial (77).

3.       Enter the hour with 2 digits.  (01 through 12)

4.       Enter the minute with 2 digits.  (00 through 59)

5.       Dial (0) for AM or (1) for PM.

6.       Press the # button.

7.       Wait for the confirmation tone.

Conditions

·         Instantly after pressing the # button, new time counting will start.

·         Time setting is done through extension 11 only.

KXT-616:

NOTE:  The following procedure must be performed from extension 11

1.) Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button on extension 11
2.) Dial “77”
3.) Dial the hour (01 through 12)
4.) Dial the minute (00 through 59
5.) Dial 0 for A.M. or 1 for P.M
6.) Press #
7.) Hang-up

KXT1232 & KXTD1232:

Time change must be performed at Receptionist’s extension.

ACTION

YOUR DISPLAY WILL SHOW
 

Make sure your phone is on-hook and no calls are holding at your telephone.

 

 

Press "PROGRAM" (or "PAUSE")

Enter" *" ("Star") then" #" ("Pound") and enter your System Password

(default = 1234)

 

SYS-PGM  NO? ARROW (left to right)

 

Enter "000"

Day/Time Set

Press "Next"

Display Example:  ’98 Oct.   29 THU

Press "Next" again

Display Example: 12:00 AM

Enter the HOUR – to change the current entry, press "CLEAR" and enter the new hour

 

Press "ARROW(left to right)"

 

Enter the MINUTE – to change the current entry, press "CLEAR" and enter the new minutes

 

Press "ARROW(left to right) "

 

Press "SELECT" for AM or PM

 

Press "STORE "

 

Press "END"

Premier:

Occasionally, the system date and time need to be reset )for example, leap year or change to daylight-saving time).  Any attendant can use the keyset to change the date and time that appear on all display keysets and in the SMDR and SMDA printouts.

NOTE:  If you make a mistake, lift and replace the handset; then start over.

(1) While on hook, press SPCL and dial 021.  [Displays SET TIME OF DAY.]

(2) Using the keypad, enter the time in hours and minutes.  Then press * for AM or # for PM.  For example, 900* = 9:00AM and 230# = 2:30PM.[Displays SET DATE MM-DD-YYYY.]

(3) Enter the month, day, and year.  (For example, 01011986 = 01-01-1986.)  If you make a mistake, backspace by pressing MUTE.  [Displays SET DAY OF WEEK SUN.]

(4) Scroll through the day-of-week selection by pressing # to go forward or * to go backward.  When the desired day is displayed, press SPKR to terminate programming.  You hear a progress tone.

TELRAD:

2464 Key GX:

The attendant usually sets the time, although another station may be assigned this privilege.  The time is set for all stations in the system even if there is a tenant service configuration.

To set the time from the key bx station:

1.) Press [spkr];

2.) press [#] (the display shows T AL) press [time]; enter the date and the time in the following order: - the month, using two digits (e.g. 09 for September); - the day of the month (e.g. 02 – the key bx will not accept 31 for September, November, etc.); - the time using four digits (e.g. 1430 for 2:30 p.m.);

3.) press [time] again;

4.) press [spkr] again.

If you hear an error tone, check that you have entered the correct number of digits for each element of the date and time.

Symphony:

Time change must be performed at Receptionist’s extension.

ACTION

DISPLAY SHOWS

 

1.) Press the ‘spd dial’ button

“PROG”

2.) Press the ‘time’ button

Alarm time is shown

3.) Enter 4 digits for the present time (00 through 23 for hours and 00 through 59 for minutes)

Digits inputted will appear on display

4.) Enter 2 digits for the date (01 through 31)

Digits inputted will appear on display

5.) Enter 2 digits for the month (01 through 12)

Digits inputted will appear on display

6.) Enter 2 digits for the year (00 through 99)

Digits inputted will appear on display

7.) Press ‘save rpt’ or replace the handset

 

Telrad Digital:

Time change must be performed at Receptionist’s extension.

ACTION

DISPLAY SHOWS

1.) Press the ‘PROG’ button

“TIME” will appear of soft keys

2.) Press the ‘TIME’ button

Alarm time is shown

3.) Enter 4 digits for the present time (00 through 23 for hours and 00 through 59 for minutes)

Digits inputted will appear on display

4.) Enter 2 digits for the date (01 through 31)

Digits inputted will appear on display

5.) Enter 2 digits for the month (01 through 12)

Digits inputted will appear on display

6.) Enter 2 digits for the year (00 through 99)

Digits inputted will appear on display

7.) Press ‘SAVE’  & ‘SPKR’

 

Key BX:

Time change must be performed at Receptionist’s extension.

ACTION

DISPLAY SHOWS

1.) Press the ‘SPKR’ button then #

T AL

2.) Press the ‘TIME’ button

 

3.) Enter the date & time in the following order: 

     The month – using two digits (i.e. 09 for Sept.). 

     The day of the month – also two digits. 

     The time – using four digits

(i.e. 1430 for 2:30 PM)

Digits inputted will appear on display

4.)  Press ‘TIME’ again

 

5.)  Press ‘SPKR’ again

 

TOSHIBA:

CTX:

Enter program mode by pressing: Hold * # * # 1 * 2 * 3 *

Enter Password: 0000 Hold (Default password is 0000; that’s four zero’s)

At the “PROG=” prompt enter: 9 0 2 Hold

At the “SELECT PARAM” prompt press: Line Key 02

Enter time in 24 hour format: HHMMSS (Where HH is two digits for Hours, MM is two digits for Minutes and SS is two digits for Seconds)

To change program, press: Hold

To submit changes, press: Hold

And to exit program mode, Enter: # # Hold

DK8, DK16, DK24, DK56, DK96:

Time change must be performed at port 000 most likely Extension 10 or 200.

To Set the Date:

1.) Press Intercom
2.) Dial Intercom "651"
3.) Dial the Date (Dial year/month/day in the format "YYMMDD".  Enter a leading 0 for any single-digit month or day)
4.) Press the "Redial" button
5.) Press the "Spkr" button

To Set the Time:

1.) Press Intercom
2.) Dial Intercom "652"
3.) Dial the Time (Dial hour/minute/second in the 24-hours clock format "HHMMSS". Enter a leading 0 for any single digit entered)
4.) Press the "Redial" button
5.) Press the "Spkr" button

To Set the Day:

1.) Press Intercom
2.) Dial intercom "653"
3.) Dial the Day  (Dial  "1" =Sunday, "2" =Monday, "3" = Tuesday, "4" = Wednesday, "5" = Thursday, "6" = Friday, "7" = Saturday)
4.) Press "Redial" button
5.) Press the "SPKR" button. You will hear a Confirmation tone

Toshiba DK14, DK16e, DK40, DK280, DK424:

Time change must be performed at port 000:

1. Do Not Lift the handset
2.
Press the "ICM" button
3.
Dial  "#652"
4.
Enter the Time in military format(i.e. "13:30:00" for 1:30 pm, display will confirm your correct entry)
5.
Press "Redial" button
6. Press Speaker button

Perception:

Time change must be performed at the Attendant Console. (If customer does not have an Attendant Console at their site, we need to schedule a technician to change the time using one of our consoles.)

To Display Time:
Press the DIS TOD key a second time
The time is then displayed:
SRC                 COS                            DEST
Hours              Minutes                       Seconds

To Set Time:
Enter the 6-digit time (via the dial pad) in the following format:
HHMMSS  (Example: For 9:30 AM enter 093000 / For 9:30 PM enter 213000)

To Start the Clock and Clear the Display:
Press the DIS TOD key a third time to clear the display
Note:
The display automatically clears if an LPK key is pressed

Strata 6E, 12E, 20E:

This operation is possible from station 10 only.

TO SET DATE

1)    Handset on-hook.

2)    Dial "# * 5 1" (or "RDL REP 5 1").

3)    Dial in date (year / month / day) in the format "YYMMDD".

Enter a leading 0 for single digit month and day.

4)    Depress the "#" (or "RDL") button.

TO SET TIME

1)    Handset on-hook.

2)    Dial "# * 5 2" (or "RDL REP 5 2").

3)    Dial in time (hour / minute / second) in 24-hour clock format

"HHMMSS".  Enter a leading 0 for single digit.

4)    Depress the "#" (or "RDL") button.

TO SET DAY

1)       Handset on-hook.

2)       Dial "# * 5 3" (or "RDL REP 5 3").

3)       Dial in the day ("1" represents SUN, "2" MON, etc. through "7" for SAT).

4)       Depress "#" (or "RDL") button.