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Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

(OP)
I have a Panasonic VB-44210 phone on a DBS 576 system.  Until a few days ago, any unanswered calls went to my voicemail.  However, I think I might have changed a transfer function (ex. unanswered calls transfer to another extension), because my phone continously rings instead of going to voicemail.  

Is there something I can do to the phone (enter a code, etc) in order to turn my voicemail back on?  Or is this something that the phone tech would have to re-program?  My voicemail still works if I turn on the "Out of the office", "Away from my desk" messages.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you.

RE: Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

dial 710 (condition)& vm ext, eg 710 5  171.  busy no answer to vmail on ext171. although i have never heard of a vb44210 & dbs576!!!

conditions are 2-all calls,
3-busy
4-no answer
5- busy na
6-external
7-follow me

RE: Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

He is talking about an totally different system than the
TVS!!!

RE: Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

(OP)
I tried what D4Irl said to do & it didn't work.  I was trying it on the phone that I am having problems with & it did nothing.  So I tried it on a phone with a display & 710 is some sort of speed dial function (it displayed SPD # on the screen)

RE: Panasonic VB-44210/DBS 576

disregard his sugestions they are for th TD series
download the manual from www.wedophones and read it!!

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