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824 How to direct C/O to VM when not answered

824 How to direct C/O to VM when not answered

824 How to direct C/O to VM when not answered

We have a an 824 with voice mail system with 3 C/O lines and 5 extensions.
I want to be able to set the system up so that if everyone is busy on incoming calls, another incoming call gets directed to  the common voice box after a preset number of rings.
This seems easy to do with an old fashioned answer phone across the C/O line but I can't work out how to do it on the Panasonic 824.

Does anyone have an ideas that would help?

Auckland, NZ

RE: 824 How to direct C/O to VM when not answered

set the voice mail ext to ring immediatly on incomming calls.prog 408 for day mode & 409 for night

then set delay ringing for 10sec on the vm jack's

note this all depends on the way your v/mail is programmed without this info it would be hard to help much.


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