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MFIM 50B Voicemail

MFIM 50B Voicemail

MFIM 50B Voicemail

Hello everyone

System is an maim 50b with digital and analogue extensions.
Someone on extension 100 has transferred a voicemail from 100 to 101
The system is using old LKD Digital phones Ext 100 is an LKD30DS Ext 101 is an LKD8DS

so what is happening the red light is flashing on Ext 101 but there is no key programmed to either retrieve the message or voicemail setup on this extension

Can someone tell me what the codes are to turn of e flashing light and also what the codes are to set the flex buttons to retrieve the voicemail

I really hope that's enough information to make this problem go away

Thanks in advance

RE: MFIM 50B Voicemail


You need to go into programming web interface and check what group the VM is programmed ( PGM 190). Then you need to make sure you know the VM password you can change it in pgm 227.

Then you can dial the VM group number ( 625 ) then the ext number ( 101 ) then the password (123456) this will get you into a station VM.

To put this on a flex key as a MWI you press trans/PGM - flex key - 625101123456.

Hope this helps, let me known what happens.


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