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I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

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How can I program the voicemail to answer the CO lines?

RE: I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

you need to program the lines to ring the ports you are using for VM

RE: I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

(OP)
Thanks, I will verify that.

RE: I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

(OP)
I install the phone at the voicemail port but I did not see anything on the display.  Do I have to add the CO lines before assign it as a voicemail port?

RE: I have a Panasonic TX-TD1232 and TVS100

Use Line DIL programming in the PBX to have the voicemail answer immediately. Use line group programming to enable "intercept" and set the number of rings in intercept time programming for a delayed answer. Specify the voicemail's hunt group extension as the target (most likely 165).

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