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KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

I messed up the configuration. From outside, the user dialed my main number 571-234-5600 (for example), all the phone rings.  It supposed to ask to dial an extension, but it is not, how can i fix this.

Emergency reply is needed.  Thanks.

RE: KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

see program 407 destination should be 165 on all lines that
were pointed at voicemail.

RE: KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

cwc3. Thanks. That work but somehow I am getting a message saying "Record your name" then it connect to the extension I dialed.  Any idea?

RE: KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

Turn off call screening in the voice mail.


RE: KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

LkEErie.  Thanks.  I am new to this, how can I turn it off? Thanks.

RE: KX-TD1232 All the phone rings

You should find a panasonic dealer before you get any deeper in to trouble

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