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kx-ta824 ring to VM questions?

kx-ta824 ring to VM questions?

kx-ta824 ring to VM questions?

I found some good leads reading through the pages already, so I apologize then that this may inevitably turn into a dnd button flashing post.

I am trying to get the extensions to ring to a personal voicemail box when not answered after going through the AA.
so the call would go like this: Call received by AA OGM starts telling the caller the options and a company directory (8 extensions) --> user selects an extension number --> phone rings the extension at the desk x number of times --> user's voicemail ogm picks up and plays.
We got this to work by setting everything to dnd/forward.. but the light just flashes, is there a way around this? does the faq for the flashing dnd light apply here or is there a programming option i can use to get around this?  Or a programming option to behave this way (co->ring->voicemail) every time?
Sorry if i'm beating a dead horse here.
Thanks in advance.

RE: kx-ta824 ring to VM questions?

the phones are the 7731 phones as well if that helps

RE: kx-ta824 ring to VM questions?

no way around the flashing fwd lights fwd b/na must be enabled

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