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How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

This is for a STSe with flash VM.
The operators mbox is 100.
Thank you.

RE: How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

When we press *# 000 it tells us that 0 is not an existing mbox.

RE: How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

Programming System Functions Via Telephone
To access the System Administrator Mailbox:
1. Dial into voice mail group (440-447).
2. When the system answers, dial [??] + [#] followed by the System Administrator Mailbox
[#]+[0] = two-digit mailbox system
[#]+[00] = three-digit mailbox system
[#]+[000] = four-digit mailbox system
The system will announce: “Mailbox 15-00”, which is the System Administrator Mailbox
number. This number does not conflict with Mailbox 15 in a two-digit mailbox system.
3. When requested, enter the System Administrator password. Default = [9]+[#]+[56].

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

RE: How to change vm general greeting(AutoAttdt)

Ok, I found in the manual that [??] + [#] is actually [*]+[#].

Thanks a lot

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