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Subscriber’s Manual
Voice Processing System
Model No.
KX-TVA50
KX-TVA200
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KX-TVA50/KX-TVA200: Version 3.0 (Main Software Version 3.00 or later)
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Introduction
Introduction
About this Manual
This Subscriber’s Manual is designed to help you configure your mailbox, use common
voice mail features, and introduce you to the many advanced features that will improve
your productivity in countless ways.
This manual is divided into the following sections:
1 Introduction to the VPS
This section provides you with a brief overview of what the VPS is and what it can help
you do.
2 Logging in to and Configuring Your Mailbox
This section shows you how to log in to your VPS mailbox and customize your mailbox
to suit your needs.
3 Message Playback and Related Features
This section shows you how to play back messages left in your mailbox and use other
features related to message playback.
4 Sending Messages
This section shows you how to send messages to other people in your office and to
outside parties.
5 Other Features
This section introduces the many advanced features offered by the VPS.
6 DPT Feature Programming for KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW Series
PBXs
This section shows you how to program your telephone to use DPT Integration features
that are available when your office uses a KX-TDE, KX-TDA, or KX-TAW series PBX.
7 APT/DPT Feature Programming for KX-TA and KX-TD Series PBXs
This section shows you how to program your telephone to use APT and DPT Integration
features that are available when your office uses a KX-TA or KX-TD series PBX.
8 Appendix
This section provides additional information to help you use common VPS features
quickly and easily.
Index
An alphabetical listing of features and terms, as well as the page numbers of related
sections.
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
1.1
2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
5.12
5.13
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.19
5.20
5.21
Introduction to the VPS .............................................................................5
Introduction to the VPS ...................................................................................5
Logging in to and Configuring Your Mailbox ..........................................7
Logging in to Your Mailbox .............................................................................7
Subscriber Tutorial (Easy Mailbox Configuration) ........................................8
Changing or Deleting Your Personal Greeting Messages ..........................10
Changing Your Password ..............................................................................12
Changing or Deleting Your Subscriber Name .............................................13
Common Service Commands and Navigation Commands ........................14
Message Playback and Related Features ..............................................15
Playing Messages ..........................................................................................15
Replying to Messages ....................................................................................18
Transferring Messages ..................................................................................20
Remote Access ...............................................................................................21
Sending Messages ..................................................................................22
Sending Messages—Overview .....................................................................22
Message Delivery ...........................................................................................23
External Message Delivery ............................................................................25
Receiving External Delivery Messages ........................................................27
Other Features .........................................................................................28
Call Transfer ...................................................................................................28
Incomplete Call Handling ..............................................................................29
Assigning Your Covering Extension ............................................................30
Interview Mailbox ...........................................................................................31
Message Reception Mode .............................................................................32
Personal Group Distribution Lists ................................................................33
External Message Delivery Lists ...................................................................34
Message Waiting Notification .......................................................................35
E-mail Integration (Message Notification by E-mail) ...................................37
Personal Greetings for Caller ID ...................................................................38
Personal Caller Name Announcement .........................................................40
Live Call Screening (LCS) ..............................................................................41
Recording Your Conversations ....................................................................42
Voice Mail Transfer ........................................................................................43
Remote Call Forwarding ................................................................................44
Assigning and Canceling Telephone Numbers for Call Transfer to Outside
Line ..................................................................................................................46
Assigning Your Telephone Numbers for Remote Automatic Log-in and Toll
Saver ................................................................................................................47
Personal Custom Service ..............................................................................48
Timed Reminder .............................................................................................50
Bookmarks ......................................................................................................51
Recovering Deleted Messages ......................................................................52
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6.1
6.2
6.3
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7.1
7.2
7.3
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8.1
8.2
8.3
Mailbox Capacity Warning .............................................................................53
DPT Feature Programming for KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW Series
PBXs .........................................................................................................54
Programming Your Extension for LCS .........................................................54
Programming Your Extension for Conversation Recording ......................56
Programming Your Extension for Voice Mail Transfer ...............................57
APT/DPT Feature Programming for KX-TA and KX-TD Series
PBXs .........................................................................................................58
Programming Your Extension for LCS .........................................................58
Programming Your Extension for Conversation Recording ......................60
Programming Your Extension for Voice Mail Transfer ...............................61
Appendix ..................................................................................................62
Quick Reference .............................................................................................62
Service Access Commands ..........................................................................64
Using VM Menu ...............................................................................................65
Index..................................................................................................................69
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1.1 Introduction to the VPS
1 Introduction to the
VPS
1.1 Introduction to the
VPS
•
The System Manager’s telephone
number. The System Manager is the
person you should refer to when you
have any problems with the VPS.
Once you know this information, you are
ready to use the VPS.
Using the VPS
The Panasonic Voice Processing System
(VPS) is a powerful tool that will help you
manage your voice communications and
thereby increase your productivity. As a
subscriber (the owner of a VPS mailbox),
you can:
• Send a message to one or more people
inside or outside your office.
• Transfer messages to other subscribers
and add your own comments.
• Access your mailbox and listen to your
messages, even when out of the office.
• Have the VPS call, beep, or e-mail you
when someone leaves you a message.
• Be notified by the message waiting lamp
on your extension when new messages
have been recorded in your mailbox.
• Screen your calls.
• Create a set of options and functions
exclusive to your mailbox (Personal
Custom Service) that can be selected by
your callers.
• And more…
There are two ways to use the VPS; you can
be either a subscriber, or a caller.
A subscriber is a VPS user who has his or
her own mailbox. Subscribers can play back
their own messages, leave messages for
other subscribers, record a message that is
then sent to multiple parties (including
outside parties), record greeting messages,
etc. In order to use the VPS as a subscriber,
you must first "log in" to your mailbox. This
usually involves dialing your mailbox
number and entering your password. Once
you have logged in, you can use
"Subscriber Services"; Subscriber Services
are all the features and functions you can
access or perform as a subscriber.
A caller can generally be thought of as an
outside party. Callers can leave messages
for VPS subscribers or use the VPS to be
connected to specific extensions, but they
do not log in to the VPS before using these
features, and the number of features they
can use is limited.
Before You Begin
Prompts
In order to use the VPS as a subscriber, you
need to know the following information. The
VPS System Manager can help you if you
do not know this information.
• The extension number of the VPS that
you should dial in order to access the
VPS.
• Your mailbox number and extension
number (In many cases these are the
same number, but it is possible they are
not).
• Your mailbox password (if set).
One essential characteristic of the VPS is its
use of "prompts". Prompts are recorded
voice guidance messages that help you set
and use VPS features. Prompts also help
callers when the VPS is handing their calls.
Depending on how your VPS is
programmed, subscribers and callers can
select the language they prefer for VPS
prompts.
Prompt example:
Main Menu of Subscriber Services
"To receive the message, press [1]."
"To deliver a message, press [2]."
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"For mailbox management, press [3]."
"For Automated Attendant status, press
[4]."
"To set up Message Waiting Notification,
press [5]."
"For other features, press [6]."
"To end this call, press [*]."
VM Menu
Certain PBXs (telephone systems) and
telephones are compatible with "VM
Menu"; this feature displays VPS prompts
on the display of your telephone, prompting
you visually instead of audibly. To select a
VPS operation displayed on the display,
press the soft button next to the desired
prompt. Use the Navigator Key to scroll up
or down to view additional prompts when
available (When the Navigator Key is not
used to scroll up or down through options, it
can be used to adjust volume.).
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
VM Menu example:
Main Menu of Subscriber Services
Main Menu
Receive Msg.
Deliver Msg.
Mbx. Management
A.A. Status
EXIT
•
displayed and prompts will be heard
instead.
This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-TDE and KX-TDA
series PBXs using DPT Integration.
For more information, consult your
System Administrator. For more
information on VM Menu, see
8.3 Using VM Menu.
Logging in to Your Mailbox for the
First Time
The first time you log in to your mailbox,
there are certain mailbox settings you
should perform before using any other
Subscriber Services. These settings identify
you as the owner of your mailbox, and are
described in "2 Logging in to and
Configuring Your Mailbox".
• Password
• Subscriber’s Name
• No Answer Greeting
Your VPS may be programmed to initiate a
"Subscriber Tutorial" the first time you log in
to your mailbox. If the Subscriber Tutorial is
enabled, VPS prompts will guide you
through the mailbox configuration process.
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Note
• Operations shown in this manual are
for when operating the VPS by
following audible prompts.
• Operations necessary to operate the
VPS using VM Menu will vary slightly
from these instructions.
• If too many subscribers are using
VM Menu at the same time, VM
Menu messages will not be
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2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
2 Logging in to and
Configuring Your
Mailbox
2.1 Logging in to Your
Mailbox
In order to access Subscriber Services (to
play messages, change mailbox settings,
etc.), you must first log in to your mailbox.
There are 2 ways to log in to your mailbox:
Automatic Log-in:
When logging in to your mailbox from your
own extension, you do not need to enter any
special commands or your mailbox number.
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator for your mailbox.
Manual Log-in:
You need to enter the Voice Mail Service
Command [#6] followed by [ ] and your
mailbox number. Manual Log-in is
necessary when logging in to your mailbox
using someone else’s extension, when
Automatic Log-in is not available with your
PBX, or when Automatic Log-in is not
enabled for your mailbox.
You will know that you have logged in
successfully because the VPS will
announce either the Main Menu of
Subscriber Services or the number of new
messages you have, or the VM Menu will be
displayed.
Automatic Log-in
1. Go off-hook.
2. Enter the extension number of the VPS.
3. Enter your password, then # .
• You can skip this step if your mailbox
has no password.
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Manual Log-in
1. Go off-hook.
2. Enter the extension number of the VPS.
3. # 6
4.
and your mailbox number.
5. Enter your password, then # .
• You can skip this step if your mailbox
has no password.
Note
• When following audible prompts
only: if Autoplay New Messages is
enabled for your mailbox, new
messages will be played back
automatically each time you log in to
your mailbox. New messages will be
played back one after the other
automatically (i.e., you do not need
to press a button to play the next
message). For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
• If Message Waiting Lamp is enabled
for your mailbox, the message lamp
on your telephone will light when you
receive a new message. You can log
in to your mailbox and play back a
new message automatically simply
by going off-hook and pressing the
message button on your telephone.
The VPS will play back the first new
message only. To play back other
messages, press the appropriate
button.
• The VPS will announce the number
of total messages, the number of
new messages, or the length of new
messages depending on the Class
of Service (COS) settings of your
mailbox.
• If the Subscriber Tutorial is enabled
for your mailbox, VPS prompts will
guide you through the mailbox
configuration process the first time
you log in to your mailbox (see
2.2 Subscriber Tutorial (Easy
Mailbox Configuration)).
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2.2 Subscriber Tutorial
(Easy Mailbox
Configuration)
Your VPS may be programmed to present
a "Subscriber Tutorial" to you the first time
you log in to your mailbox. If the Subscriber
Tutorial is enabled, VPS prompts will guide
you through the mailbox configuration
process. Simply by following the prompts,
you can configure the following items. You
can configure these items later manually if
necessary, as explained later in this section.
This feature may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
Password: If your mailbox has a password,
you must enter it using the dial keys (0–9)
whenever you log in to your mailbox. Your
password can contain up to 16 digits.
Subscriber’s Name: This is a recording of
your name. Other subscribers will hear your
name when they listen to messages you left
for them. It may also be heard by callers
when they use the Dialing by Name feature.
No Answer Greeting: Callers directed to
your mailbox when you do not answer their
call will hear your No Answer greeting
message. A common example might be,
"This is (name). I can’t take your call right
now…". After the greeting is played, a tone
will sound, and the caller can leave a
message.
Other greeting messages can be recorded
manually later. For details, see
2.3 Changing or Deleting Your Personal
Greeting Messages.
Note
• You may be asked to enter your
password after logging in to your
mailbox. If you do not know this
password, ask your System
Administrator.
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Starting the Subscriber Tutorial
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. Confirm that the Subscriber Tutorial has
begun.
• The VPS will announce, "Welcome
to the Voice Processing System.
This is the Subscriber Tutorial
service.".
• If the tutorial does not begin, it may
be disabled for your mailbox. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
3. Go to "Setting Your Password for the
First Time" or "Changing Your
Password" as necessary.
Setting Your Password for the First
Time
1. Set your password when prompted by
entering the desired password then
pressing # .
• To prevent unauthorized access, we
strongly recommend selecting a
long and random password. Please
avoid using obvious number
combinations for the password.
• It is necessary to set a password
equal to or longer than the specified
number of digits by default. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
2. 2 to accept.
3. Go to "Recording the Owner’s Name
(Your Subscriber Name)".
Changing Your Password
1. 1 to change your password.
2. Set your new password by entering the
desired password then pressing # .
• To prevent unauthorized access, we
strongly recommend selecting a
long and random password. Please
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avoid using obvious number
combinations for the password.
• If your password is shorter than the
minimum password length assigned
to the VPS, the VPS will announce
"Incorrect entry", and you will need
to select a longer password. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
3. 2 to accept.
4. Go to "Recording the Owner’s Name
(Your Subscriber Name)".
Recording the Owner’s Name (Your
Subscriber Name)
1. State your name after the tone.
2. 1 to end recording.
3. 2 to accept.
4. Go to "Recording Your Greeting
Messages".
Recording Your Greeting Messages
The VPS will prompt you to record your No
Answer greeting message. If you do not
record a greeting message, a prerecorded
greeting message will be used.
Other greeting messages can be recorded
manually later. For details, see
2.3 Changing or Deleting Your Personal
Greeting Messages.
1. Record your greeting message, after the
tone.
2. 1 to end recording.
3. Follow the prompts as necessary.
1 to review.
•
2 to accept.
•
3 to record the message again.
•
4 to add.
•
•
to delete and exit.
Confirming Your Settings
1. 1 to confirm your settings.
2. Go on-hook.
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2.3 Changing or Deleting
Your Personal Greeting
Messages
After callers reach your mailbox, they will
hear your personal greeting message. You
can record 4 kinds of Personal Greetings;
the appropriate greeting will be played for
callers. If you delete or do not record a
greeting message, a prerecorded greeting
message will be used.
• No Answer Greeting:
Heard by callers when you do not
answer their calls. A common example
might be, "This is (name). I can’t take
your call right now…".
• Busy Signal Greeting:
Heard by callers when you are on
another call. A common example might
be, "This is (name). I’m on another call
right now…".
• After Hours Greeting:
Heard by callers when the VPS is in
night mode. A common example might
be, "This is (name). I’ve gone home for
the day…".
• Temporary Greeting:
A special greeting that, if recorded, is
heard by callers instead of the other
greetings. A common example might be,
"This is (name). I’m out of the office this
week…".
Follow the steps below to record or delete
your Personal Greeting Messages.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 1
3. Select the desired greeting.
1 No Answer Greeting.
2 Busy Signal Greeting.
3 After Hours Greeting.
4 Caller ID Greeting (may not be
available; see 5.10 Personal Greetings
for Caller ID).
5 Temporary Greeting.
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4. Follow the prompts as necessary.
1 to change the greeting.
3 to delete the selected greeting.
• The greeting will be deleted; go
on-hook to finish.
5. Record your greeting message, after the
tone.
• We recommend stating your name in
your greeting messages, so that
callers will know they have reached
the correct mailbox.
• The maximum length of each
greeting message is 1 minute by
default.
6. 1 to end recording.
7. Follow the prompts as necessary, or go
to step 8.
1 to review.
•
3 to rerecord the greeting
•
message (repeat the steps above as
necessary).
4 to add to the greeting message
•
you just recorded.
•
to delete the greeting message
and exit.
8. 2 to accept.
9. Record or delete other greeting
messages as necessary by following the
prompts, or go to step 10.
1 No Answer Greeting.
2 Busy Signal Greeting.
3 After Hours Greeting.
4 Caller ID Greeting (may not be
available; see 5.10 Personal Greetings
for Caller ID).
5 Temporary Greeting.
10. Go on-hook.
Note
• A Temporary Personal Greeting is
played instead of all your other
greetings until it is deleted. Each
time you log in to your mailbox, the
VPS will ask you if you want to turn
off (delete) your Temporary
Personal Greeting.
• Make sure you go on-hook only after
you have accepted your new
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greeting in step 8. If you go on-hook
without accepting your new greeting,
it will not be saved.
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2.4 Changing Your Password
2.4 Changing Your
Password
You can password protect your mailbox to
prevent unauthorized access to your
mailbox. If your mailbox has a password,
you must enter it using the dial keys (0–9)
whenever you log in to your mailbox. Your
password can contain up to 16 digits.
You can change your password at any time.
When choosing a password, avoid using
obvious number combinations. If you forget
your password, have your System
Administrator or System Manager clear
your password. You may then set a new
one.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 2 1
3. Enter the desired password, then press
# .
• It is necessary to set a password
equal to or longer than the specified
number of digits by default. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
4. 2 to accept.
5. Go on-hook.
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2.5 Changing or Deleting Your Subscriber Name
2.5 Changing or Deleting
Your Subscriber Name
You can record your name in the VPS. The
VPS can then announce your name for
callers to let them know that they have
reached the correct mailbox. If a caller does
not know your mailbox number, the caller
can try to reach you by entering the first few
letters of your first or last name (Dialing by
Name feature). After entering the first few
letters of your name, the VPS will announce
the names of VPS subscribers whose
names share those same letters, and the
caller can select your name.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 3 1
• Enter [3] [3] [3] to delete your
subscriber name, then go on-hook to
finish.
3. State your name after the tone.
4. 1 to end recording.
5. 2 to accept.
6. Go on-hook.
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2.6 Common Service Commands and Navigation Commands
2.6 Common Service
Commands and
Navigation Commands
Commands for Changing the Current
VPS Service
After going off-hook and dialing an
extension number of the VPS, you can enter
a service command to access certain VPS
features quickly. While VPS guidance is
being provided, you can also use service
commands to, for example, switch to a
different VPS service mode. Some of the
more commonly used commands are listed
below. For a complete list, see 8.2 Service
Access Commands.
#
2
Activates Custom Service. You
will be guided to enter a Custom
Service number (1–100).
#
6
Activates Voice Mail Service.
You can record a message for
another subscriber by entering
his or her mailbox number when
guided. You can also log in to
your mailbox by entering this
command followed by [ ] and
your mailbox number.
#
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8
Activates Automated Attendant
Service. You can call an
extension by dialing the desired
extension number when guided.
If the called party does not
answer, the VPS can offer you
other options, such as leaving a
message, calling the operator,
etc. Note that these options are
available only when calling the
extension via Automated
Attendant Service, i.e. after you
have entered this service
command.
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When Using Voice Prompts
The following commands can be used to
help you navigate through VPS menus.
Takes you back to the previous
menu.
Repeats the current menu.
0
#
7
Takes you back to the Main
Menu.
When Using VM Menu
#
#
Switches you to the Main Menu
(top menu) of the prompts.
Commands for Recording Messages
After going off-hook and dialing an
extension number of the VPS, you can enter
the following commands to record
messages.
#
9
1
Accesses No Answer
Greeting. You can record a
No Answer Greeting by
entering this command.
#
9
2
Accesses Owner's Name.
You can record an Owner's
Name by entering this
command.
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3.1 Playing Messages
3 Message Playback
and Related Features
3.1 Playing Messages
Callers and other subscribers can leave
messages for you, and you can play them
back later after you have logged in to your
mailbox.
Messages in your mailbox are divided into
3 types:
• New Messages:
Messages in your mailbox which you
have not played back yet.
• Old Messages:
Messages in your mailbox which you
have played back but have not yet
deleted.
• Deleted Messages:
Messages in your mailbox which you
have deleted. You can "recover" your
deleted messages, after which they will
be treated as old messages (see
5.21 Recovering Deleted Messages). If
you do not recover deleted messages,
they will be permanently deleted at the
end of the day.
When playing back a message, the VPS
can also announce the message’s
"envelope"—the date and time of the
message, and the message sender’s
information.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 1
3. Follow the prompts as necessary.
1 to play new messages.
2 to play old messages.
3 to play deleted messages.
4. Listen to the message.
• Pressing [ ] during message
playback will return you to the
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another message type to listen to.
Listen to Message:
1 New Message
2 Old Message
3 Deleted Message
1
Receive New Message
2
Receive Old Message
3
Receive Deleted Message
Note
• Additional features are available
during and/or after message
playback. Refer to the table below
and press the appropriate dialing
key. Note that certain features are
not available depending on the
message type (new, old, deleted).
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Key
1
Old
Deleted
Repeat this message
ü
ü
ü
1
Replay the previous message
ü
ü
ü
1
2
Play the next message
ü
ü
ü
Pause/restart message playback
(during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
Play the message envelope
ü
ü
ü
2
3
2
4
Set Bookmark (during playback only)
• [2] to restart message playback.
ü
ü
—
2
5
Start playback at the Bookmark
ü
ü
—
2
6
Save this message as new
• After saving the message, the next
message will be played soon.
ü
—
—
3
(+
Delete this message
• If the confirmation message is played,
press [1] to delete the message.
ü
ü
—
3
Recover this message
—
—
ü
4
Reply to this message
ü
ü
—
*2
1
*2
)
5
*1
Rewind (during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
6
*1
Fast-forward, skip envelope
(during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
7
Transfer this message
ü
ü
—
8
Adjust playback volume
(during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
Adjust playback speed
(during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
Play back at normal speed
(during playback only)
ü
ü
ü
9
9
*2
New
1
2
*1
*1
0
*1
These keys also function when using VM Menu.
These keys only available when the appropriate COS settings are assigned to your mailbox. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
Note
• VPS programming determines if the
message envelope is played before
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each message, after each message,
or only when you press [2] [3]. For
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•
•
•
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
The VPS will automatically delete
both new and old messages after a
specified number of days have
passed. Your System Administrator
or System Manager controls how
many days messages are retained
for. Each time you play a new or old
message, the message retention
counter resets.
When messages are deleted, they
will be retained until the end of the
day. Deleted messages can be
recovered before then by pressing
[3] during or after playback.
A Bookmark allows you to set a point
in a message that you can jump to
quickly during playback (see
5.20 Bookmarks). You can set one
Bookmark for each message in your
mailbox. If you set a second
Bookmark in the same message, the
previous one is deleted.
During playback, you can adjust
playback volume and speed by
pressing [8] and [9] respectively.
Press the desired key repeatedly to
adjust the volume and speed as
necessary. If volume or speed are at
the highest setting, pressing the
dialing key will select the lowest
setting, as shown below.
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3 (default)
Level 4
Level 5
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3.2 Replying to Messages
3.2 Replying to Messages
2.
3.
You can reply to messages left in your
mailbox by either calling back the caller or
by leaving a message in the caller’s
mailbox.
Calling back is possible when the person
who left you the message is another
subscriber. Calling back outside callers is
possible if their Caller ID information is
received by the PBX and VPS, however,
this feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
Replying by leaving a message in the
caller’s mailbox is possible only if the caller
is another subscriber (i.e., the person must
have his or her own mailbox). When
replying by leaving a message in the
caller’s mailbox, you can set any of the
following:
• Urgent Status:
The message will be heard before other
messages by the recipient.
• Private Status:
The recipient will not be able to forward
the message, ensuring privacy.
• Auto Receipt:
You will receive notification (receipt
message) once the recipient has played
back the message.
Finally, you can send your reply
immediately or set a message delivery time.
However, please note that you cannot reply
to receipt messages.
Note
• Calling back outside callers (Caller
ID Callback) is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
Calling Back the Message Sender
1. Play back the desired message.
• See 3.1 Playing Messages if
necessary.
• Only new and old messages can be
replied to. To reply to a deleted
message, recover the message first
(see 5.21 Recovering Deleted
Messages).
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during or after message playback.
to call the sender.
Leaving a Message for the Sender
1. Play back the desired message.
• See 3.1 Playing Messages if
necessary.
• Only new and old messages can be
replied to. To reply to a deleted
message, recover the message first
(see 5.21 Recovering Deleted
Messages).
2. 4 during or after message playback.
3. 2 to begin recording.
4. Speak after the tone.
• You can pause and resume
recording by pressing [2]. If you
pause for more than 20 seconds,
recording will stop automatically.
5. 1 to end recording.
6. 2 to accept.
7. 1 1 to set the delivery time of the
message.
2 to send the message
1
immediately, then go to step 12.
2 to accept, then go to step 15.
8. Enter the desired delivery time, then
# .
For example:
• To enter 5:00, press [5] [#].
• To enter 5:15, press [5] [1] [5] [#].
9. 1 for AM.
2 for PM.
• This option may not be available if
the VPS is programmed to use
24-hour time.
10. Enter the day of the month for delivery,
then # .
For example:
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If today is February 16 and you enter
[1] [7] [#], the message will be
delivered tomorrow.
• If today is February 16 and you enter
[5] [#], the message will be delivered
on March 5.
11. 2 to accept.
12. 1 to make the message urgent.
2 to continue.
13. 1 to make the message private.
2 to continue.
14. 1 to request a receipt.
2 to continue.
15. Go on-hook.
Note
• Auto Receipt is not enabled by
default. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
• New urgent messages are played
before any other messages.
However, old urgent messages are
treated like regular messages:
messages are played starting with
the oldest.
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3.3 Transferring Messages
3.3 Transferring
Messages
You can transfer (forward) messages in
your mailbox to other subscribers. However,
please note that you cannot transfer receipt
messages, or messages that were specified
by the sender as "private".
When transferring a message, you can:
• Specify the recipient by entering another
subscriber’s mailbox number.
• Specify several recipients by entering a
Personal Group Distribution List number
(see 5.6 Personal Group Distribution
Lists) or a Mailbox Group number.
• Record your own comments and send
them along with the transferred
message.
Specifying the Recipients by Number
1. Play back the desired message.
• See 3.1 Playing Messages if
necessary.
• Only new and old messages can be
transferred. To transfer a deleted
message, recover the message first
(see 5.21 Recovering Deleted
Messages).
2. 7 during or after message playback.
3. Enter one of the following:
A mailbox number.
A Personal Group Distribution List
number, then # .
A Mailbox Group number.
4. 2 to accept.
5. 1 to transfer the message without
recording your comments, then go to
step 8.
2 to record your comments.
6. Record your comments after the tone.
7. 1 to end recording.
8. 2 to accept.
9. Go on-hook.
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Note
• No acknowledgement will be given
to indicate the message has been
transferred.
Specifying the Recipients by Name
(Dialing by Name)
1. Play back the desired message.
• See 3.1 Playing Messages if
necessary.
• Only new and old messages can be
transferred. To transfer a deleted
message, recover the message first
(see 5.21 Recovering Deleted
Messages).
2. 7 during or after message playback.
3. # 1
4. Using the dialing keys, enter the first 3
or 4 letters of the desired recipient’s
name.
5. 1 to select the announced name.
2 to hear the next name.
3 to repeat the current name.
6. Enter one of the following:
1 to transfer the message without
recording your comments, then go to
step 10.
2 to record your comments.
7. Record your comments after the tone.
8. 1 to end recording.
9. 2 to accept.
10. Go on-hook.
Note
• No acknowledgement will be given
to indicate the message has been
transferred.
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3.4 Remote Access
You can call the VPS while outside and log
in to your mailbox in order to listen to your
messages. There are 2 ways to log in to
your mailbox remotely:
• Automatic Log-in:
When logging in to your mailbox
remotely from a preprogrammed outside
telephone number (assigned as a Caller
ID number), you do not need to enter
any special commands or your mailbox
number. The VPS can recognize the
telephone number you are calling from
and therefore determine you are the
caller (see 5.17 Assigning Your
Telephone Numbers for Remote
Automatic Log-in and Toll Saver). This
feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the
System Administrator for your mailbox.
• Manual Log-in:
You need to enter the Voice Mail Service
Command [#6] followed by [ ] and your
mailbox number. Manual Log-in is
necessary when logging in to your
mailbox when Automatic Log-in is not
available with your PBX, when your
mailbox is not programmed for
Automatic Log-in, or when you are
calling from a telephone number not
programmed for Automatic Log-in.
Remote Automatic Log-in
1. Call the VPS from the preprogrammed
outside telephone number (assigned as
a Caller ID number).
• Ask your System Administrator what
telephone number you should dial in
order to access the VPS remotely.
• The number of rings you hear before
the VPS answers your call can
indicate whether or not you have
new messages (Toll Saver feature).
For more information, consult your
System Administrator.
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• You can skip this step if your mailbox
has no password.
3. 1 to play back messages.
4. Follow the prompts or select one of the
following as necessary.
#
8 to call an extension.
#
8
0 to call the operator.
5. # 9 when finished.
6. Go on-hook.
Note
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
Remote Manual Log-in
1. Call the VPS from an outside telephone.
• Ask your System Administrator what
telephone number you should dial in
order to access the VPS remotely.
2. # 6
3.
and your mailbox number.
4. Enter your password, then # .
• You can skip this step if your mailbox
has no password.
5. 1 to play back new messages.
6. Follow the prompts or select one of the
following as necessary.
#
8 to call an extension.
#
8
0 to call the operator.
7. # 9 when finished.
8. Go on-hook.
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4.1 Sending Messages—Overview
4 Sending Messages
4.1 Sending Messages—
Overview
You can record messages and send them
to other subscribers, to PBX extension
users who do not have VPS mailboxes, and
even to outside parties. Messages can be
sent using one of the following features:
• Message Delivery:
Sending a message to other subscribers
(see 4.2 Message Delivery).
• External Message Delivery:
Sending a message to parties that do
not have VPS mailboxes, i.e., PBX
extension users and outside parties
(see 4.3 External Message Delivery).
There are several ways to determine the
recipients of your messages. You can
specify recipients by:
• Mailbox number or subscriber name
(specifies an individual recipient for
Message Delivery).
• Personal Group Distribution List number
or Mailbox Group number (specifies a
group of recipients for Message
Delivery).
• Extension number or telephone number
(specifies an individual recipient for
External Message Delivery).
• External Message Delivery List number
(specifies a group of recipients for
External Message Delivery).
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4.2 Message Delivery
You can send messages to other
subscribers. You can specify message
recipients either by number or by subscriber
name.
To specify the recipients by number:
• Enter the subscriber’s mailbox number.
• Enter a Personal Group Distribution List
number (see 5.6 Personal Group
Distribution Lists for creating your own
Personal Group Distribution Lists).
• Enter a Mailbox Group number (these
must be created by the System
Administrator; For more information,
consult your System Administrator).
To specify the recipients by name:
• Enter the first few letters of the
subscriber’s name (Dialing by Name
feature).
Once you have specified the recipients, you
can record a message. Before sending your
message, you can set any of the following:
• Urgent Status:
The message will be heard before other
messages by the recipient.
• Private Status:
The recipient will not be able to forward
the message, ensuring privacy.
• Auto Receipt:
You will receive notification once the
recipient has played back the message.
Finally, you can send your message
immediately or set a message delivery time.
Specifying the Recipients by Number
1. Enter one of the following:
A mailbox number.
A Personal Group Distribution List
number, then # .
A Mailbox Group number.
2. 2 to accept.
3. Go to "Recording Your Message".
Specifying the Recipients by Name
(Dialing by Name)
1. # 1
2. Using the dialing keys, enter the first 3
or 4 letters of the desired recipient’s
name.
3. 1 to select the announced name.
2 to hear the next name.
3 to repeat the current name.
4. Go to "Recording Your Message".
Recording Your Message
1.
2.
Sending a Message
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 2
3. Go to "Specifying the Recipients by
Number" or "Specifying the Recipients
by Name (Dialing by Name)".
3.
4.
5.
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Press [2] to add another recipient,
then go to
"Specifying the Recipients by
Number" or "Specifying the
Recipients by Name (Dialing by
Name)". A maximum of 100
recipients can be specified.
• Press [3] to review the recipients.
Speak after the tone.
• You can pause and resume
recording by pressing [2]. If you
pause for more than 20 seconds,
recording will stop automatically.
1 to end recording.
2 to accept.
1
1 to set the delivery time of the
message.
2 to send the message
1
immediately, then go to step 10.
2 to accept, then go to step 13.
Enter the desired delivery time, then
# .
For example:
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•
To enter 5:00, press [5] [#].
To enter 5:15, press [5] [1] [5] [#].
7. 1 for AM.
2 for PM.
• This option may not be available if
the VPS is programmed to use
24-hour time.
8. Enter the day of the month for delivery,
then # .
For example:
• If today is February 16 and you enter
[1] [7] [#], the message will be
delivered tomorrow.
• If today is February 16 and you enter
[5] [#], the message will be delivered
on March 5.
9. 2 to accept.
10. 1 to make the message urgent.
2 to continue.
11. 1 to make the message private.
2 to continue.
12. 1 to request a receipt.
2 to continue.
13. Go on-hook.
Note
• Auto Receipt is not enabled by
default. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
• New urgent messages are played
before any other messages.
However, old urgent messages are
played with other messages, in the
original order.
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4.3 External Message
Delivery
You can send messages to outside parties
and to PBX extension users who do not
have their own VPS mailboxes. After you
record your message, the VPS will dial the
appropriate telephone numbers and/or
extension numbers, and once the party on
the other end answers the call, the VPS can
play back your recorded message. You can
specify message recipients by:
• Extension number
• Outside telephone number
• External Message Delivery List number
(see 5.7 External Message Delivery
Lists)
Unlike recipients who have their own VPS
mailboxes, you have no way of knowing
who may answer the call when the VPS
sends an External Delivery Message. To
protect the privacy of your messages, you
may assign a password that must be
entered by the other party before your
message is played back.
You can set Auto Receipt so that you will
receive notification once the recipient has
played back your message. You can also
send your message immediately or set a
message delivery time. Finally, recipients of
an External Delivery Message can reply to
your message, and can even set urgent and
private message status.
Note
• This feature must be enabled for
your mailbox by the System
Administrator or System Manager.
• If you have any difficulties using this
feature, consult your System
Administrator.
Sending an External Delivery
Message
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 2 1
3. Go to "Specifying a Single Recipient" or
"Specifying Multiple Recipients
(External Message Delivery List)".
Specifying a Single Recipient
1. 1
2. Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
• To specify a PBX extension instead
of an outside telephone number,
enter the extension number, then go
to step 4.
3. Enter the outside party’s telephone
number (including area code if needed).
• To insert a pause or special
command in the middle of the
telephone number, pause
momentarily while entering the
telephone number. The VPS will
announce a list of available options,
for example, "To add more digits,
press [4]. To insert a pause, press
[5].".
4. 2 to accept.
5. Enter a 4-digit password required for
listening to the message.
• Press [#] if you do not want to set a
password.
6. State the recipient’s name after the tone.
7. 1 to end recording.
8. # for immediate delivery, then go to
"Recording Your Message".
• To set message delivery time, go to
"Setting Message Delivery Time".
Specifying Multiple Recipients
(External Message Delivery List)
1.
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2. Enter the desired list number ( 1 or
2 ).
3. Enter a 4-digit password required for
listening to the message.
• Press [#] if you do not want to set a
password.
4. # for immediate delivery, then go to
"Recording Your Message".
• To set message delivery time, go to
"Setting Message Delivery Time".
Setting Message Delivery Time
Note
• If you set a password required for
listening to the message, make sure
you notify each recipient what the
password is.
• If your PBX uses PRI lines, you may
need to enter [#] at the end of outside
telephone numbers. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
• Auto Receipt is not enabled by
default. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
1. Enter the desired delivery time, then
# .
For example:
• To enter 5:00, press [5] [#].
• To enter 5:15, press [5] [1] [5] [#].
2. 1 for AM.
2 for PM.
• This option may not be available if
the VPS is programmed to use
24-hour time.
3. Enter the day of the month for delivery,
then # .
For example:
• If today is February 16 and you enter
[1] [7] [#], the message will be
delivered tomorrow.
• If today is February 16 and you enter
[5] [#], the message will be delivered
on March 5.
4. Go to "Recording Your Message".
Recording Your Message
1.
to request a receipt.
to continue.
2 to accept.
Record your message after the tone.
• You can pause and resume
recording by pressing [2]. If you
pause for more than 20 seconds,
recording will stop automatically.
1 to end recording.
2 to accept.
Go on-hook.
1
2
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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4.4 Receiving External
Delivery Messages
When you send an External Delivery
Message, the VPS will call each of the
specified recipients. When a recipient
answers the call, the VPS will guide him or
her through the following procedure. After a
recipient has listened to an External
Delivery Message, he or she can send you
a reply to your message, and even set
urgent or private message status.
1. 1 to receive the message.
2. Enter the 4-digit password, then # .
• If you did not set a password, this
step will be skipped.
3. The message is played back.
4. 2 to reply.
• To end the call, press [ ], then go
on-hook to finish.
5. Record a reply.
6. 1 to end recording.
7. 2 to accept.
8. 1 to make the message urgent.
2 to continue.
9. 1 to make the message private.
2 to continue.
10. Go on-hook.
Note
• If the recipient enters an incorrect
password 3 times, the VPS will
announce the following information if
it has been programmed. This
information can help the recipient
track down the message or message
sender (you).
– Company name
– Callback telephone number
– Your subscriber name
• The VPS may be able to guide
recipients using a different
language. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
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5 Other Features
5.1 Call Transfer
When a call reaches your extension via the
Automated Attendant service, normally your
extension will ring and you can answer the
call. If you use the Call Transfer feature,
however, the VPS can handle the call in a
number of ways. The status you set for Call
Transfer determines what happens to the
call. You can set one of the following:
Call Blocking: The call will be handled by
the Incomplete Call Handling feature (see
5.2 Incomplete Call Handling), which allows
you to have your calls ring at another
extension, transferred to your mailbox,
transferred to the operator, etc. The call will
not ring at your extension. The call will be
handled according to the settings you have
made for Incomplete Call Handling for No
Answer.
Call Screening: The VPS will prompt the
caller to record his or her name. If you are
available to answer calls, the VPS will ring
your extension and play back the name of
the caller. You can then answer the call if
you choose. If you do not or cannot answer
the call, the call will be handled according to
the settings you have made for Incomplete
Call Handling for No Answer.
Intercom Paging: The VPS will page you
using the Intercom Paging feature of the
PBX. The call will not ring at your extension.
Your name will be announced to alert you to
the call. This feature is available with certain
PBXs only. If you do not or cannot answer
the call, the call will be handled according to
the settings you have made for Incomplete
Call Handling for No Answer.
Beeper Access: The VPS will prompt the
caller to enter his or her telephone number,
then will send the caller’s telephone number
to your beeper so you can return the call.
• To use this feature, Notification
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required. For more information, consult
your System Administrator.
Transfer to Mailbox: The VPS will transfer
the caller to your mailbox where he or she
can leave a message for you. The call will
not ring at your extension.
Transfer to Custom Service: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the Custom Service
you specify here. The call will not ring at
your extension.
Disable Call Transfer: Turns the Call
Transfer feature off. The call will ring at your
extension.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4 1
3. Select the desired Call Transfer status.
1 for Call Blocking.
2 for Call Screening.
3 for Intercom Paging.
4 for Beeper Access.
5 for Transfer to Mailbox.
6 for Transfer to Custom Service.
7 for Disable all Transfer.
4. Follow the prompts as necessary.
• The prompts heard will vary
depending on the feature you set in
step 3.
5. Go on-hook.
Note
• If Call Screening or Disable is
selected, calls will be transferred to
an outside telephone if a telephone
number has been programmed for
Call Transfer to Outside Line (see
5.16 Assigning and Canceling
Telephone Numbers for Call
Transfer to Outside Line).
• Intercom Paging is only available
with Panasonic KX-T series PBXs
using APT or DPT Integration. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
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5.2 Incomplete Call
Handling
When a call is directed to your extension via
the Automated Attendant service,
Incomplete Call Handling will handle the
calls if:
• You do not answer the call (These calls
are considered "no answer" calls).
• You are on another call (These calls are
considered "busy" calls).
• You have set Call Blocking (see 5.1 Call
Transfer).
The status you set for Incomplete Call
Handling determines what happens to these
calls. You can set one or more of the
following for no answer calls and for busy
calls separately. If you select more than one
option, the caller will be prompted to select
his or her desired option.
Leaving a Message: The VPS will transfer
the caller to your mailbox where he or she
can leave a message for you.
Transfer to Covering Extension: The VPS
will transfer the caller to your Covering
Extension (see 5.3 Assigning Your
Covering Extension). If you have not
assigned your Covering Extension, this
option is not available.
Intercom Paging: The VPS will page you
using the Intercom Paging feature of the
PBX. Your name will be announced to alert
you to the call. This feature is available with
certain PBXs only.
Beeper Access: The VPS will prompt the
caller to enter his or her telephone number,
then will send the caller’s telephone number
to your beeper so you can return the call.
• To use this feature, Notification
Schedule setting for your mailbox is
required. For more information, consult
your System Administrator.
Transfer to Custom Service: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the Custom Service
you specify here.
Transfer to Operator: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the operator.
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Return to Top Menu: The caller is returned
to the top menu of the Automated Attendant
service and can then choose to call a
different extension.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4
3. 4 for no answer calls.
5 for busy calls.
4. Select the desired Incomplete Call
Handling status.
1 for Leaving a Message.
2 for Transfer to Covering Extension.
3 for Intercom Paging.
4 for Beeper Access.
5 for Transfer to Custom Service.
6 for Transfer to Operator.
7 for Return to Top Menu.
5. Follow the prompts as necessary.
• The prompts heard will vary
depending on the feature you set in
step 4.
6. 1 to change.
2 to accept.
7. Go to step 4 to select additional options,
or go on-hook if finished.
8. Go on-hook.
Note
• When Call Blocking is enabled,
blocked calls are treated by
Incomplete Call Handling for no
answer calls.
• Intercom Paging is only available
with Panasonic KX-T series PBXs
using APT or DPT Integration. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
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5.3 Assigning Your
Covering Extension
[1] before entering the desired
extension number.
4. 2 to accept.
5. Go on-hook.
A Covering Extension is an extension that
receives your calls instead of you. Your calls
can be transferred to your Covering
Extension in 2 ways:
• By the Incomplete Call Handling
Feature:
When the Incomplete Call Handling
feature handles the call (i.e., if you do
not answer, if you are on another call, or
if you have set Call Blocking), it will be
transferred to your Covering Extension
if you have set Incomplete Call Handling
to "Transfer to Covering Extension" (see
5.2 Incomplete Call Handling).
• By pressing the specified dialing key
(0, 3-9):
If the caller presses the key assigned for
"Transfer to the Specified Extension"
during your greeting message or while
recording a message for you, the call will
be transferred to your Covering
Extension.
Note
• Once you assign a Covering
Extension, remember to tell callers
in your greeting message that they
can press the button you have
assigned for transferring to your
Covering Extension. For example,
"To speak with my assistant, press
0".
Note
• You can change the dialing key that
transfers your callers to your
Covering Extension. If you assign
the "Transfer to Operator" option in
your Personal Custom Service to a
dialing key, callers who press that
dialing key will be transferred to your
Covering Extension (see
5.18 Personal Custom Service).
• If you do not assign your Covering
Extension, callers will be transferred
to the operator instead.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4 2
3. Enter the desired extension number.
• If you have already assigned your
Covering Extension and want to
assign a different extension, press
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5.4 Interview Mailbox
Changing Answer Lengths
An interview mailbox is a mailbox designed
to ask questions to callers and record their
answers. If you have an interview mailbox
(not all subscribers do), you can record up
to 10 questions and set the answer
recording time individually for each question
from 1 to 60 seconds.
Your interview mailbox can be used, for
example, to allow callers to place orders or
request information from your company.
You can ask them to record their names,
address, and order or request information,
and then you can note their information later
while playing back their messages.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 1 2
3. 1 to change the answer length, then
go to step 4.
2 to skip to the next question, then
repeat this step.
3 to skip to the previous question, then
repeat this step.
4 to select a specific question.
• Enter the question number and [#],
then repeat this step.
4. Enter the answer length (1–60) in
seconds.
5. Go to step 3, or go on-hook if finished.
Note
• If you would like to use this feature,
you must first be assigned an
Interview Mailbox. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
Recording Questions
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 1 1
3. 1 to change (record or re-record) this
question, then go to step 4.
2 to skip to the next question, then
repeat this step.
3 to skip to the previous question, then
repeat this step.
4 to select a specific question.
• Enter the question number and [#],
then repeat this step.
4. Record the question.
5. 1 to end recording.
6. 2 to accept.
7. Go to step 3, or go on-hook if finished.
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Deleting Questions
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 1 3
3. 1 to delete the current question.
2 to skip to the next question, then
repeat this step.
3 to skip to the previous question, then
repeat this step.
4 to select a specific question.
• Enter the question number and [#],
then repeat this step.
4. Go on-hook if finished.
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5.5 Message Reception
Mode
If you have an interview mailbox (see
5.4 Interview Mailbox) in additional to your
regular mailbox, Message Reception Mode
determines which mailbox is used when:
• Calls are directed to your mailbox by the
"Leaving a Message" setting of the
Incomplete Call Handling feature (see
5.2 Incomplete Call Handling).
• Your extension is a Logical Extension
(i.e., your mailbox receives your calls
automatically, perhaps because you do
not have your own telephone for regular
use).
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4 3
3. 1 to toggle between Interview Mode
(interview mailbox) and Message
Recording Mode (regular mailbox).
4. Go on-hook.
Note
• Not all subscribers have interview
mailboxes. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
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5.6 Personal Group
Distribution Lists
Personal Group Distribution Lists allow you
to send messages to several subscribers at
once (see 4.2 Message Delivery). You can
create and edit 4 Personal Group
Distribution Lists, and these lists can only be
used by you. You can assign 40 group
members (subscribers) to each list and
record a name for each group (for example,
"Sales Team", "Department Heads", etc.).
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 4
3. Enter the desired Personal Group
Distribution List number (1–4).
4. 1 to record a name for the group.
5. State the list name after the tone.
6. 1 to end recording.
7. 2 to accept.
8. 2 to add group members.
9. Enter the mailbox number of the
subscriber you wish to add to the list.
10. 2 to add the subscriber to the list.
11. 1 to add more subscribers to the list,
then go to step 9.
2 to end.
12. Go on-hook.
Deleting Members from Personal
Group Distribution Lists
You can delete members of your Personal
Group Distribution Lists one by one or all at
once.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 4
3. Enter the desired Personal Group
Distribution List number (1–4).
4. 3 to delete a group member.
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1 to delete all members, then go
on-hook to finish.
2 to delete one member.
6. 1 to delete the announced member.
2 to keep the member and announce
the next member.
• Repeat this step to delete other
members.
7. Go on-hook.
Changing Personal Group
Distribution List Names
You can change or delete Personal Group
Distribution List names.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 4
3. Enter the desired Personal Group
Distribution List number (1–4).
4. 1 to change the list name.
5. 1 to change (record) the list name.
3 to delete the list name, then go
on-hook to finish.
6. State the list name after the tone.
7. 1 to end recording.
8. 2 to accept.
9. Go on-hook.
Note
• The System Administrator can
create "Mailbox Groups", which are
similar to Personal Group
Distribution Lists except they can be
used by other subscribers. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
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5.7 External Message Delivery Lists
5.7 External Message
Delivery Lists
Your External Message Delivery Lists allow
you to send messages to several outside
parties and PBX extension users who do not
have their own VPS mailboxes at once (see
4.3 External Message Delivery). You can
create and edit 2 External Message
Delivery Lists, and these lists can only be
used by you. You can assign up to 8
members to each list and record a name for
each member.
Note
• This feature must be enabled for
your mailbox by the System
Administrator.
• If you have any difficulties using this
feature, consult your System
Administrator.
Creating or Adding to an External
Message Delivery List
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 2 2
3. 1 for list number 1.
2 for list number 2.
4. 1
5. Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
• To store an extension number,
simply enter the extension number
then go to step 7.
6. Enter the outside telephone number
(including area code if needed).
• To insert a pause or special
command in the middle of the
telephone number, pause
momentarily while entering the
telephone number. The VPS will
announce a list of available options,
for example, "To add more digits,
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press [4]. To insert a pause, press
[5].".
7. 2 to accept.
8. State the member’s name after the tone.
9. 1 to end recording.
10. 2 to add the member.
11. 1 to add another member, then go to
step 5.
2 to end.
12. Go on-hook.
Deleting Members from an External
Message Delivery List
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 2 2
3. 1 for list number 1.
2 for list number 2.
4. 2
5. 1 to delete all members, then go to
step 7.
2 to delete one member.
6. 1 to delete the announced member.
2 to keep the member and announce
the next member.
• Repeat this step to delete other
members.
7. Go on-hook.
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5.8 Message Waiting
Notification
The Message Waiting Notification feature
lets you know you have received new
messages in your mailbox by:
Message Waiting Lamp: The message
lamp on your telephone (if it has one) will
light when you receive a new message. If
you have a compatible PBX and Panasonic
telephone with a 6-line display, you can also
see the number of new messages you have
on your display.
Device Notification: Notifying you via a
"device", i.e., an outside telephone, another
PBX extension, your mobile phone, beeper,
etc. You can assign three different devices.
For each device, you have the option of
receiving notification for urgent messages
only, or for all messages. You can also
choose to receive notification during certain
hours only (called "scheduling"), useful if
you do not want to be disturbed at night, for
example. For more information on
scheduling, consult your System
Administrator.
If you turn device notification on for more
than one device, the lowest numbered
device (1, 2, or 3) will be used first. If
notification is not possible (for example, if
your outside telephone is busy), the next
device will be used.
Message notification by e-mail may also be
available for your mailbox (see 5.9 E-mail
Integration (Message Notification by
E-mail)).
Turning Message Waiting Lamp
Notification On/Off
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 5 1
3. 1 to enable/disable lamp notification.
4. Go on-hook.
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• Displaying the number of new
messages is only available with
Panasonic KX-TDE and KX-TDA
series PBXs using DPT Integration.
For more information, consult your
System Administrator.
Turning Device Notification On/Off
To use Device Notification feature, the
telephone number for each device should
first be assigned.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 5 2
3. Enter the desired device number (1–3).
4. 1 to send notification for all messages.
2 to send notification for urgent
messages only.
5. 1 to use a preprogrammed schedule.
2 to receive notification always
(continuously).
3 to not receive notification at all (i.e.
turn off).
6. Go on-hook.
Changing Device Numbers
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 5 3
3. Enter the desired device number (1–3).
4. 1 to change the assigned number.
• To delete the assigned number,
press [3] then go on-hook to finish.
5. Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
• To store an extension number,
simply enter the extension number
then go to step 7.
6. Enter the outside telephone number
(including area code if needed).
• To insert a pause or special
command in the middle of the
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telephone number, pause
momentarily while entering the
telephone number. The VPS will
announce a list of available options,
for example, "To add more digits,
press [4]. To insert a pause, press
[5].".
• If you insert a beeper display
command here, the VPS will prompt
callers to enter their telephone
numbers. Caller telephone numbers
can then be sent to your beeper. This
feature may be disabled for your
mailbox.
7. 2 to accept.
8. 1 if the assigned number is a
telephone number.
2 if the assigned number is a beeper
number.
9. Go on-hook.
Note
• If your PBX uses PRI lines, you may
need to enter [#] at the end of outside
telephone numbers. Consult your
System Administrator for more
information.
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5.9 E-mail Integration
(Message Notification by
E-mail)
When you receive new messages in your
mailbox, you can receive notification by
e-mail. The recorded message can also be
added to the e-mail as an attachment.
Consult your System Administrator for more
information.
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5.10 Personal Greetings for Caller ID
5.10 Personal Greetings
for Caller ID
You can record personalized greetings for
specific callers. If you have assigned their
telephone numbers (Caller ID numbers) to
a personalized greeting, they will hear the
appropriate greeting when they call you,
instead of your other greeting messages
normally played for callers.
You can record 4 personalized greetings
and assign 8 callers to each greeting.
Record your personalized greetings before
assigning Caller ID numbers.
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
Recording a Personalized Greeting
for the First Time
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 1 4
3. Enter the personalized greeting number
(1–4).
4. Record your greeting message after the
tone.
5. 1 to end recording.
6. 2 to accept.
7. Go on-hook, or go to step 5 in "Assigning
Caller ID Numbers for the First Time" to
assign Caller ID Numbers to the
personalized greetings.
Changing a Personalized Greeting
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 1 4
3. Enter the personalized greeting number
(1–4).
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4.
1 to change the greeting, then go to
step 4, "Recording a Personalized
Greeting for the First Time".
3 to delete the greeting.
5. Go on-hook.
Assigning Caller ID Numbers for the
First Time
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 1 4
3. Enter the personalized greeting number
(1–4).
4. 2 to accept.
5. Enter the Caller ID number (caller’s
telephone number, 20 digits max.) then
# .
• While entering a Caller ID number,
you can press [ ] to enter a "wild
card". This allows several telephone
numbers to match the Caller ID
number that you assigned. For
example, if you store the Caller ID
number as "012[ ]…[ ]" (enter the
number of [ ]s as required for
telephone numbers in your area),
any telephone number that begins
with "012" (for example, all callers
from the "012" area code) will hear
your personalized greeting.
6. 2 to accept.
7. 1 to add more Caller ID numbers, then
go to step 5.
2 to end.
8. Go on-hook.
Adding, Deleting, or Reviewing Caller
ID Numbers Later
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 1 4
3. Enter the personalized greeting number
(1–4).
4. 2 to accept.
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5.
1 to add a Caller ID number, then go
to step 5, "Assigning Caller ID Numbers
for the First Time".
2 to delete a Caller ID number.
3 to review all assigned Caller ID
numbers, then go on-hook when
finished.
6. 1 to delete all numbers, then go
on-hook to finish.
2 to delete one number.
7. 1 to delete the announced number.
2 to keep the number and announce
the next number, then repeat this step.
8. Go on-hook when finished.
Note
• In order for this feature to function
properly, your PBX must be able to
receive Caller ID information. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
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5.11 Personal Caller Name Announcement
5.11 Personal Caller
Name Announcement
By storing caller telephone numbers and
recording caller names, you can have the
VPS announce the caller name to you
when:
• You play back a message from one of
the assigned callers.
• The VPS transfers a call to you from one
of the assigned callers.
• The VPS pages you to inform you that
you have a call from one of the assigned
callers.
This feature utilizes Caller ID; telephone
numbers assigned for this feature are
referred to as "Caller ID numbers". This
feature is not available with certain PBXs
and may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
Assigning Caller ID Numbers and
Recording Names
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 5 1
3. Enter the Caller ID number (caller’s
telephone number, 20 digits max.) then
# .
4. 2 to accept.
5. State the caller’s name after the tone.
6. 1 to end recording.
7. 2 to accept.
8. 1 to add more Caller ID numbers, then
go to step 4.
2 to end.
9. Go on-hook.
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Changing Caller ID Numbers and
Recorded Names
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 5 2
3. 1 to change the Caller ID number,
then go to step 4, "Assigning Caller ID
Numbers and Recording Names".
2 to change the caller’s name, then go
to step 6, "Assigning Caller ID Numbers
and Recording Names".
3 to accept the current item as is and
skip to the next item, then repeat this
step.
4. Go on-hook when finished.
Deleting Caller ID Numbers and
Recorded Names
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 5 3
3. 1 to delete all numbers, then go
on-hook to finish.
2 to delete one number.
4. 1 to delete the announced number.
2 to keep the number and announce
the next number, then repeat this step.
5. Go on-hook when finished.
Note
• The number of callers you can
assign for this feature is controlled
by the System Administrator.
• In order for this feature to function
properly, your PBX must be able to
receive Caller ID information. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
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5.12 Live Call Screening
(LCS)
If you have a Panasonic telephone that is
compatible with this feature, you can screen
your calls. When you receive a call, you can
listen to the caller as he or she leaves a
message in your mailbox, then answer the
call if you choose.
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator for your mailbox.
There are 2 modes for LCS:
Hands-free Mode: When a caller is leaving
you a message, you will hear the caller’s
voice through your telephone’s speaker.
You can speak to the caller by going
off-hook.
Private Mode: When a caller is leaving you
a message, you will hear a notification tone.
You can hear the caller’s voice by lifting your
telephone’s handset. You can speak to the
caller by pressing a customized button on
your telephone.
For KX-TA and KX-TD series PBXs, see
7.1 Programming Your Extension for LCS.
1. Press the assigned LCS Button.
2. Enter the assigned LCS Password.
3. Confirm that the assigned LCS Button is
red-on.
Note
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic proprietary telephones
and portable stations. To use
Hands-free Mode, your telephone
must have a speaker.
• For more information about this
feature, refer to the User Manual of
your PBX.
Activating LCS
You must program your extension before
you can activate LCS. For KX-TDE,
KX-TDA, and KX-TAW series PBXs, see
6.1 Programming Your Extension for LCS.
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5.13 Recording Your Conversations
5.13 Recording Your
Conversations
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If you have a Panasonic telephone that is
compatible with these features, you can
record your telephone conversations.
These features are not available with
certain PBXs.
There are 3 features that allow you to record
your conversations:
Two-way Record (TWR): By pressing the
button on your telephone that is assigned as
the TWR button, you can record the current
conversation into your own mailbox. The
conversation is saved as either an old or
new message (default: old). If you would like
to change this setting, consult your System
Administrator.
Two-way Transfer (TWT): By pressing the
button on your telephone that is assigned as
the TWT button and then entering a
subscriber’s extension number, you can
record the current conversation into that
subscriber’s mailbox. The conversation is
saved as a new message.
One-touch Two-way Transfer
(One-touch TWT): By pressing a button on
your telephone previously assigned as a
One-touch TWT button, you can record the
current conversation into a specific
subscriber’s mailbox. The conversation is
saved as a new message.
Because you assign the extension number
when you create the button on your
telephone, you do not need to enter the
extension number when using this feature.
•
Note
• Many states have imposed
regulations on the manner in which
two-way telephone conversations
may be recorded, so you should
inform the other party that the
conversation is being recorded.
Consult your local telephone
company for further information.
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•
•
•
Recording time when using these
features may be limited. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
Two-way Record (TWR) and
Two-way Transfer (TWT) are only
available with Panasonic KX-T
series PBXs using APT or DPT
Integration. For more information,
consult your System Administrator.
One-touch Two-way Transfer
(One-touch TWT) is only available
with Panasonic KX-TDE, KX-TDA,
and KX-TAW series PBXs using
DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
These features are only available
with Panasonic proprietary
telephones and portable stations.
For more information about these
features, refer to the User Manual of
your PBX.
If all VPS ports are busy when you
try to use one of these features, you
will hear a warning tone, dial tone, or
busy tone, depending on the feature
you are trying to use.
Programming Your Extension for
Conversation Recording
You must program your extension before
you can use these features. For KX-TDE,
KX-TDA, and KX-TAW series PBXs, see
6.2 Programming Your Extension for
Conversation Recording. For KX-TA and
KX-TD series PBXs, see 7.2 Programming
Your Extension for Conversation
Recording.
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5.14 Voice Mail Transfer
If you have a Panasonic telephone that is
compatible with this feature, you can
transfer a call to someone’s mailbox while
you are on the call.
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs.
Note
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic proprietary telephones
and portable stations.
Transferring a Call to a Mailbox
You must program your extension before
you can use this feature. For KX-TDE,
KX-TDA, and KX-TAW series PBXs, see
6.3 Programming Your Extension for Voice
Mail Transfer. For KX-TA and KX-TD series
PBXs, see 7.3 Programming Your
Extension for Voice Mail Transfer. If using
Inband Integration, refer to the
documentation of the connected PBX.
1. While on a call, press the Voice Mail
Transfer button you assigned on your
extension.
2. Enter the desired mailbox number.
3. Go on-hook.
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5.15 Remote Call
Forwarding
You can program the VPS to forward your
calls to another extension or to an outside
telephone (if authorized). You can do this
even when you are away from the office.
This feature is not available with certain
PBXs and may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
There are 6 forwarding settings available:
FWD All: Forwards all incoming calls to a
specified extension number.
FWD Busy: Forwards all incoming calls to
a specified extension number when you are
already on another call.
FWD No Answer: Forwards all incoming
calls to a specified extension number when
you do not answer your telephone.
FWD Busy and No Answer: Forwards all
incoming calls to a specified extension
number when you are on another call or do
not answer your telephone.
FWD to Outside: Forwards all incoming
calls to the specified outside telephone
number if you are authorized to use this
feature.
FWD Cancel: Cancels the forwarding
setting.
Assigning Outside Telephone
Numbers for Remote Call Forwarding
Before you can forward your calls to an
outside telephone, you should first store the
telephone numbers you plan on using with
this feature. You can store 2 telephone
numbers for use with Remote Call
Forwarding.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
or 3.4 Remote Access, if necessary.
2. 3 6
3. 1 to change telephone number 1.
2 to change telephone number 2.
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5.
6.
7.
If you have already set a telephone
number and wish to change it, press
[1] after selecting telephone number
1 or 2.
Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
Enter the outside party’s telephone
number (including area code if needed).
2 to accept.
Go on-hook.
Note
• If you change one of the outside
telephone numbers for Remote Call
Forwarding, you will need to set
Remote Call Forwarding to "FWD to
Outside" once again before the new
outside telephone number will be
used as the forward destination. If
you do not do this, the old telephone
number will continue to be used.
• The number of digits that can be
stored for outside telephone
numbers depends on the PBX being
used. For more information, consult
your System Administrator.
Setting and Canceling Remote Call
Forwarding
You can set and cancel Remote Call
Forwarding even when you are away from
the office (see 3.4 Remote Access).
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
or 3.4 Remote Access, if necessary.
2. 6 3
3. 1 for FWD All.
2 for FWD Busy.
3 for FWD No Answer.
4 for FWD Busy or No Answer.
5 for FWD to Outside, then go to step
5.
• This option is announced only if you
are authorized to use it. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
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4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6 to cancel call forwarding, then go to
step 8.
Enter the extension number of the
transfer destination, then go to step 8.
1 to set telephone number 1, then go
to step 8.
2 to set telephone number 2, then go
to step 8.
3 to set another telephone number.
Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
Enter the outside party’s telephone
number (including area code if needed).
2 to accept.
Go on-hook.
Note
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
DPT Integration. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
• The number of digits that can be
stored for outside telephone
numbers depends on the PBX being
used. When connected to the
KX-TD500 or a KX-TDE or KX-TDA
series PBX, the maximum number of
characters allowed to be entered is
24; when connected to any other
KX-T series PBX, 16. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
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5.16 Assigning and Canceling Telephone Numbers for Call Transfer to Outside Line
5.16 Assigning and
Canceling Telephone
Numbers for Call Transfer
to Outside Line
When you assign a telephone number for
Call Transfer to Outside Line, your calls will
be transferred to the assigned telephone
number when:
• You have set Call Screening (see
5.1 Call Transfer).
• You have set Disable Call Transfer (see
5.1 Call Transfer).
Note
• This feature must be enabled for
your mailbox by the System
Administrator.
• If your PBX uses PRI lines, you may
need to enter [#] at the end of outside
telephone numbers. Consult your
System Administrator for more
information.
Assigning Telephone Numbers for
Call Transfer to Outside Line
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4 6
• If you have already stored a
telephone number and wish to
change it, press [1] before
continuing.
3. Enter the outside line access number
needed for making outside calls.
4. Enter the outside party’s telephone
number (32 digits max.) including area
code if needed.
5. 2 to accept.
6. Go on-hook.
Canceling Telephone Numbers for
Call Transfer to Outside Line
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 4 6 3
3. Go on-hook.
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5.17 Assigning Your
Telephone Numbers for
Remote Automatic Log-in
and Toll Saver
•
information, consult your System
Administrator.
The System Administrator must
enable Automatic Log-in and Toll
Saver for your mailbox before it can
be used.
When logging in to your mailbox remotely
(i.e., from an outside telephone) to listen to
your messages, the Remote Automatic
Log-in (see 3.4 Remote Access) and Toll
Saver features identify you by recognizing
your telephone number. In order to use
these features, you must first store the
telephone numbers that you will use to
access your mailbox remotely.
Automatic Log-in and Toll Saver are not
available with certain PBXs and may be
disabled by the System Administrator for
your mailbox.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 7
3. 1 to change telephone number 1.
2 to change telephone number 2.
• If you have already set a telephone
number and wish to change it, press
[1] after selecting telephone number
1 or 2.
4. Enter your outside telephone number
(20 digits max.) including area code if
needed.
5. 2 to accept.
6. Go on-hook.
Note
• In order for Remote Automatic
Log-in and Toll Saver to function
properly, your PBX must be able to
receive Caller ID information. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
• Remote Automatic Log-in and Toll
Saver are only available with
Panasonic KX-T series PBXs using
APT or DPT Integration. For more
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5.18 Personal Custom Service
5.18 Personal Custom
Service
A Personal Custom Service is a set of
options you can present to your callers,
allowing them to press buttons on their
telephones in order to access certain
features. You should explain the options
available to your callers in each of your
personal greeting messages, for example,
"This is (name). I can’t take your call right
now. Press [3] to leave me a message.
Press [4] to speak with my assistant. Press
[5] to dial another extension…". For details
on recording your greeting messages, see
2.3 Changing or Deleting Your Personal
Greeting Messages or 5.10 Personal
Greetings for Caller ID.
You can create your own personal custom
service and allow your callers to access the
following features:
Transfer to Mailbox: The VPS will transfer
the caller to your mailbox (or another
mailbox you specify here) where he or she
can leave a message.
Transfer to Extension: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the extension you
specify when creating the custom service.
Transfer to Outside: The VPS will transfer
the caller to the outside telephone number
you specify when creating the custom
service. This feature must be enabled for
your mailbox by the System Administrator
or System Manager.
Transfer to Custom Service: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the Custom Service
you specify here.
Voice Mail Service: The VPS will prompt
the caller to enter a mailbox number and
leave a message.
Automated Attendant Service: The VPS
will prompt the caller to dial an extension
number in order to speak with someone
else.
Intercom Paging: The VPS will page you
using the Intercom Paging feature of the
PBX. Your name will be announced to alert
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you to the call. This feature is available with
certain PBXs only.
Repeat Greeting: The caller can play your
greeting message back from the beginning
in order to listen to your Personal Custom
Service options once again.
Transfer to Operator: The VPS will
transfer the caller to the operator, or to your
Covering Extension if you have assigned
one (see 5.3 Assigning Your Covering
Extension).
You can also select what happens when a
caller makes no selection (No DTMF Input
Operation) while listening to your greeting,
perhaps because the caller is using a rotary/
pulse telephone. The caller can either be
transferred to your mailbox or be
disconnected.
Note
• The following dialing keys are
assigned to the following features by
default, and cannot be changed.
1
End recording
2
Begin recording while
listening to personal greeting
message
Exit
Creating Your Personal Custom
Service
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 8 1
3. Press the desired dialing key (0, 3–9)
that you want to assign an option to.
4. 1 (skip this step if you are creating
your Personal Custom Service for the
first time.)
5. 1 to transfer to a mailbox, then enter
the desired mailbox number.
2 to transfer to an extension, then
enter the desired extension number.
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3 to transfer to an outside telephone
(may not be available).
• Next enter the outside line access
number and the desired outside
telephone number (including area
code if needed).
4 to transfer to a Custom Service, then
enter the desired Custom Service
number.
5 to activate Voice Mail Service.
6 to activate Automated Attendant
Service (Call Transfer Service).
7 to activate paging.
8 to repeat the greeting.
9 to transfer to the operator.
6. 2 to accept.
7. Go on-hook.
Deleting Options from Your Personal
Custom Service
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 8 1
3. Press the desired dialing key (0, 3–9)
that you want to delete an option from.
4. 3
5. Go on-hook.
To Confirm the Settings for Your
Personal Custom Service
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 8
3. 2 to review.
4. Go on-hook.
Note
• The System Administrator or the
System Manager must enable
Transfer to Outside for your mailbox
before it can be used.
• The Transfer to Outside option can
be used a maximum of 4 times in
your Personal Custom Service.
• Intercom Paging is only available
with Panasonic KX-T series PBXs
using APT or DPT Integration. For
more information, consult your
System Administrator.
• If your PBX uses PRI lines, you may
need to enter [#] at the end of outside
telephone numbers. For more
information, consult your System
Administrator.
To Select the No DTMF Input
Operation
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 3 8 1
3. 1 to select the No DTMF Input
Operation.
4. 1
5. 1 for message recording.
2 to disconnect the caller.
3 for disconnect the caller after hours
(message recording for all other times).
6. 2 to accept.
7. Go on-hook.
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5.19 Timed Reminder
5.19 Timed Reminder
Timed Reminder is a PBX feature that is
similar to an alarm clock; you can set your
telephone to ring at a set time once or daily.
When you go off-hook to answer a Timed
Reminder, a special dial tone or a
prerecorded message in the Panasonic
PBX will be heard.
This feature is not available with certain
Panasonic PBXs.
1. Log in to your mailbox.
• See 2.1 Logging in to Your Mailbox
if necessary.
2. 6 4
3. 1 to change the setting.
2 to accept the current setting, then go
on-hook to finish.
3 to cancel (turn off) the Timed
Reminder, then go on-hook to finish.
4. Enter the desired time, then # .
For example:
• To enter 5:00, press [5] [#].
• To enter 5:15, press [5] [1] [5] [#].
5. 1 for AM.
2 for PM.
• This option may not be available if
the VPS is programmed to use
24-hour time.
6. 1 to set once.
2 to set daily.
7. 2 to accept.
8. Go on-hook.
Note
• This feature is only available with
Panasonic KX-TDE and KX-TDA
series PBXs using DPT Integration.
For more information, consult your
System Administrator.
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5.20 Bookmarks
5.20 Bookmarks
While listening to a message in your
mailbox (see 3.1 Playing Messages), you
can set a bookmark. A bookmark lets you
easily resume playback from a specific point
in a specific message later. You can set one
bookmark for each message in your
mailbox; if you set a new bookmark, the old
one is deleted.
To Set the Bookmark
press [2] [4] while listening to a message.
To Start Playback at the Bookmark
press [2] [5].
Note that you cannot set or use bookmarks
for deleted messages.
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5.21 Recovering Deleted Messages
5.21 Recovering Deleted
Messages
You can delete messages in your mailbox
(see 3.1 Playing Messages). Once a
message has been deleted, it is retained
until the end of the day, then it will be
permanently deleted. Deleted messages
can be "recovered", after which they will be
treated as old messages.
To Recover a Deleted Message
press [3] while listening to the message.
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5.22 Mailbox Capacity Warning
5.22 Mailbox Capacity
Warning
When your mailbox is almost full, you will
receive a Mailbox Capacity Warning shortly
after logging in to your mailbox. When you
hear a Mailbox Capacity Warning, you
should delete unnecessary messages to
make more recording time in your mailbox
available.
The amount of recording time that remains
when you hear the Mailbox Capacity
Warning depends on how your mailbox is
configured.
This feature may be disabled by the System
Administrator or System Manager for your
mailbox.
For more information, consult your System
Administrator or System Manager.
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6.1 Programming Your Extension for LCS
6 DPT Feature
Programming for
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and
KX-TAW Series PBXs
The following VPS features are functional
on any KX-T7xxx proprietary telephone that
is connected to the PBX.
Programming procedures and
availability may vary by PBX model,
software version, etc. Refer to the
documentation included with the PBX or
consult your dealer for more
information.
6.1 Programming Your
Extension for LCS
Live Call Screening Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign an
LCS button on your extension.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button you want to assign as the LCS
button.
3. Enter [92].
Screen output: LCS
4. Press the STORE button.
5. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
Live Call Screening Password
Assignment
To allow the Live Call Screening feature to
work at an extension, the extension must
have the LCS button lit. To light this button,
press the LCS button, then enter the
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password. This password prevents others
from activating the LCS feature and
listening to your messages as they are
being left.
Note
• For KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
series PBXs, the term "Live Call
Screening Password" used in this
section indicates the Extension PIN
(Personal Identification Number).
1. Lift the handset or press the
SP-PHONE button.
2. Enter [ 799].
3. Enter [1].
Screen output: Enter PIN
4. Enter a password (max. 10 digits), then
press [#].
Screen output: Enter PIN Again
5. Re-enter the password, then press [#].
You will hear a confirmation tone, then a
dial tone.
Screen output: PIN set
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE
button.
Live Call Screening Password
Canceling
To cancel the LCS password, follow the
procedure below.
Note
• For KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
series PBXs, the term "Live Call
Screening Password" used in this
section indicates the Extension PIN
(Personal Identification Number).
1. Lift the handset or press the
SP-PHONE button.
2. Enter [ 799].
3. Enter [0].
Screen output: Enter PIN
4. Enter the extension’s password.
You will hear a confirmation tone, then a
dial tone.
Screen output: PIN cleared
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5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE
button.
Live Call Screening Recording Mode
Assignment
This program allows the VPS to continue
recording the conversation in the mailbox
after the extension intercepts the call during
the Live Call Screening.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Enter [26].
Screen output: Rec. after LCS
3. Press the ENTER button.
4. Press the SELECT button (AUTO ANS)
until the desired selection is displayed.
Screen output: Stop Record or Keep
Record
5. Press the STORE button.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
A single line telephone that is connected to
the same extension as a proprietary
telephone can also be used to monitor an
incoming message. Be sure that Live Call
Screening on the connected proprietary
telephone has been activated. This feature
is useful when you are using a cordless
telephone. The handset sounds an alarm
tone to let you know that a message is being
recorded. To intercept the call, hang up and
go off-hook.
Live Call Screening Private/
Hands-Free Mode Assignment
This program assigns a VPS response for
when a message is being left in a mailbox.
It determines whether an alarm tone is sent
and whether the recorded message is
played through the built-in speaker of the
extension. The default mode is hands-free.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Enter [25].
Screen output: LCS Private
3. Press the ENTER button.
4. Press the SELECT button (AUTO ANS)
until the desired selection is displayed.
Screen output: Hands-Free or
Private
5. Press the STORE button.
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6.2 Programming Your Extension for Conversation Recording
6.2 Programming Your
Extension for
Conversation Recording
Two-way Recording (TWR) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a
TWR button on your extension.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you want to assign as the
TWR button.
3. Press [90].
Screen output: 2WAY-REC4. Enter a Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: 2WAY-REC- _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The Voice Mail extension
number you entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
Two-way Transfer (TWT) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a
TWT button on your extension.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you want to assign as the
TWT button.
3. Press [91].
Screen output: 2WAY-Xfr4. Enter a Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: 2WAY-Xfr- _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The Voice Mail extension
number you entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
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6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
One-touch Two-way Transfer
(One-touch TWT) Button Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a
One-touch TWT button on your extension.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button you want to assign as the
One-Touch TWT button.
3. Press [91].
Screen output: 2WAY-Xfr4. Enter a Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: 2WAY-Xfr- _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The Voice Mail extension
number you entered).
5. Press [#].
6. Enter a transferred extension number.
Screen output: 2WAY-Xfr-_ _ _#_ _
_
(#_ _ _ = The Transferred extension
number you entered).
7. Press the STORE button.
8. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
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6.3 Programming Your
Extension for Voice Mail
Transfer
Voice Mail Transfer (VTR) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a VTR
button on your extension.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
While on-hook, press the PROGRAM
button.
(Display changes to PT-PGM Mode.)
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you want to assign as the
VTR button.
3. Press [94].
Screen output: VTR4. Enter a Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: VTR- _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The Voice Mail extension
number you entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the
handset to exit the Personal
Programming mode.
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7.1 Programming Your Extension for LCS
7 APT/DPT Feature
Programming for
KX-TA and KX-TD
Series PBXs
The following VPS features are functional
on any KX-T7xxx proprietary telephone that
is connected to the PBX.
Programming procedures and
availability may vary by PBX model,
software version, etc. Refer to the
documentation included with the PBX or
consult your dealer for more
information.
7.1 Programming Your
Extension for LCS
Live Call Screening Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign an
LCS button on your extension.
1. Enter PITS Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button you want to assign as the LCS
button.
3. Enter: [92].
Screen output: LCS
4. Press the STORE button.
5. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
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Live Call Screening Cancel Button
Assignment
This program allows you to assign a Flexible
(CO, DSS) button as a Live Call Screening
Cancel button. This button is optional; Live
Call Screening can also be canceled by
pressing the FLASH button.
1. Enter PITS Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you wish to assign as a Live
Call Screening Cancel button.
3. Enter: [93].
Screen output: LCS Cancel
4. Press the STORE button. The STORE
indicator lights.
The display shows the initial
programming mode.
5. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
Live Call Screening Password
Assignment
To allow the Live Call Screening feature to
work at an extension, the extension must
have the LCS button lit. To light this button,
press the LCS button, then enter the
password. This password prevents others
from activating the LCS feature and
listening to your messages as they are
being recorded.
1. Lift the handset or press the
SP-PHONE button.
2. Enter the feature number.
KX-TD: [799]
KX-TA1232: [799]
KX-TA: [77 ]
3. Enter a 3-digit password ([000]-[999]) 2
times. KX-TA users must then enter [#].
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You will hear a confirmation tone, then a
dial tone.
Screen output: The 3-digit password
you entered is displayed.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE
button.
6. Press the NEXT button (SP-PHONE).
7. Repeat the steps 4 to 6 until all jacks are
programmed.
Live Call Screening Password
Canceling
This program assigns a VPS response for
when a message is being left in a mailbox.
It determines whether an alert tone is sent
or whether the recorded message is played
through the built-in speaker of the
extension. The default mode is hands-free.
1. Enter Personal Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Enter the code that corresponds to the
desired mode.
For Hands-free mode:
KX-TD: [71]
KX-TA1232: [71]
KX-TA: [#11]
To cancel the LCS password, follow the
procedure below.
1. Lift the handset or press the
SP-PHONE button.
2. Enter the feature number.
KX-TD: [799]
KX-TA1232: [799]
KX-TA: [77 ]
3. Enter the password ([000]-[999]).
KX-TA users must then enter [#].
You will hear a confirmation tone, then a
dial tone.
Screen output: Password Cancel
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE
button.
Live Call Screening Recording Mode
Assignment
This program allows the VPS to continue
recording the conversation in the mailbox
after the extension intercepts the call during
the Live Call Screening.
1. Enter system programming, then enter
the programming number.
KX-TD500: Programmable through PC
Programming only.
KX-TD: [610]
KX-TA1232: [610]
KX-TA: [620]
2. Press the NEXT button (SP-PHONE).
Screen output: Jack No.? ®
3. Enter the jack number.
Screen output: # _ _ :Stop Rec
(_ _ = the jack number you entered)
4. Press the SELECT button (AUTO ANS)
until the desired selection is displayed.
5. Press the STORE button.
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Hands-Free Mode Assignment
For Private mode:
KX-TD: [72]
KX-TA1232: [72]
KX-TA: [#12]
Screen output: Hands-Free or
Private
3. Press the STORE button.
4. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
A single line telephone that is connected to
the same extension as a proprietary
telephone can also be used to monitor an
incoming message (not available for
KX-TA). Be sure that Live Call Screening on
the connected proprietary telephone has
been activated. This feature is useful when
you are using a cordless telephone. A tone
sounds to alert the subscriber that a
message is being recorded. To intercept the
call, flash the hook.
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7.2 Programming Your Extension for Conversation Recording
7.2 Programming Your
Extension for
Conversation Recording
Two-way Recording (TWR) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a
TWR button on your extension.
1. Enter PITS Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you want to assign as the
TWR button.
3. Enter: [90].
Screen output: 2Way-Rec:
4. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: 2Way-Rec: _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The extension number you
entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
6. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
Screen output: 2Way-Trans:
4. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: 2Way-Trans: _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The extension number you
entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
6. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
Two-way Transfer (TWT) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a
TWT button on your extension.
1. Enter PITS Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you want to assign as the
TWT button.
3. Enter: [91].
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7.3 Programming Your
Extension for Voice Mail
Transfer
Voice Mail Transfer (VTR) Button
Assignment
Follow the procedure below to assign a VTR
button on your extension.
1. Enter PITS Programming:
a. While on-hook, press the
PROGRAM button or set the
MEMORY switch to "PROGRAM".
b. Enter [99]. (This step is not needed
for KX-TA624 and KX-TA824.) The
display changes to PT-PGM Mode.
2. Press the Flexible (CO or DSS/BLF)
button that you wish to assign as the
VTR button.
3. Enter the programming number.
KX-TD: [8]
KX-TA1232: [8]
KX-TA: [94]
Screen output: VTR
4. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
Screen output: VTR- _ _ _
(_ _ _ = The extension number you
entered).
5. Press the STORE button.
6. To exit the Personal Programming
mode, press the PROGRAM button or
set the MEMORY switch to "SET".
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8 Appendix
8.1 Quick Reference
To Enter a Mailbox
From a Remote
Location, Dial:
#6 + mailbox number
1
2
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Main Menu:
You have
new messages.
Password #
See the next page
for the options
from 3 to 6.
1
Receive New Message (While listening and
after listened):
1 Repeat Message
1.1 Previous Message
1.2 Next Message
2 Pause/Restart (While listening only)
2.3 Message Envelope
2.4 Set Bookmark (While listening only)
2.5 Resume Bookmark
2.6 Save This Message as New
3 Erase Message
4 Send Reply
5 Rewind (While listening only)
6 Fast Forward (While listening only)
7 Transfer Message
8 Volume Up (While listening only)
9 Speed Up (While listening only)
9.0 Default Speed (While listening only)
0 Help
2
Receive Old Message (While listening and after
listened):
1 Repeat Message
1.1 Previous Message
1.2 Next Message
2 Pause/Restart (While listening only)
2.3 Message Envelope
2.4 Set Bookmark (While listening only)
2.5 Resume Bookmark
3 Erase Message
4 Send Reply
5 Rewind (While listening only)
6 Fast Forward (While listening only)
7 Transfer Message
8 Volume Up (While listening only)
9 Speed Up (While listening only)
9.0 Default Speed (While listening only)
0 Help
3
Receive Deleted Message (While listening and
after listened):
1 Repeat Message
1.1 Previous Message
1.2 Next Message
2 Pause/Restart (While listening only)
2.3 Message Envelope
3 Recover Message
5 Rewind (While listening only)
6 Fast Forward (While listening only)
8 Volume Up (While listening only)
9 Speed Up (While listening only)
9.0 Default Speed (While listening only)
0 Help
Listen to Message:
1 New Message
2 Old Message
3 Deleted Message
Deliver Message:
Enter Mailbox Number
1 Record Message
2 Add Another Mailbox
3 Review Mailing List
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1 Receive message.
2 Deliver message.
Hang up.
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To Enter a Mailbox
From a Remote
Location, Dial:
#6 + mailbox number
3
4
Password #
Set Up Mailbox Management:
1 Record Personal Greetings
2 Set Password
3 Enter Owner's Name
4 Set Group Distribution List
5 Record Caller Name/Number
6 Set Remote Call FWD to
Outside
7 Set Numbers for Automatic
Log-in and Toll Saver
8 Set Personal Custom Service
Set AA Status:
1 Set Call Transfer Status
2 Set Covering Extensions
3 Set Message Reception Mode
4 Set Incomplete Call Handling
For No Answer
5 Set Incomplete Call Handing
For Busy
6 Set Telephone Number for
Transfer
5
Message Notification:
1 Message Waiting Lamp
2 Device Status
3 Assign Telephone Numbers
6
Set Other Features:
1 Set Interview Mailbox
2 Set External Delivery Message
3 Remote Call Forwarding Set
4 Set Timed Reminder
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Main Menu:
You have
new messages.
3 Set up Mailbox
Management.
4 Set Automated Attendant
(AA) Status.
5 Message Notification.
6 Set Other Features.
Hang up.
1
Record Personal Greeting:
1 No Answer
2 Busy Signal
3 After Hours
4 Caller ID
5 Temporary
1
Set Call Transfer Status:
1 Call Blocking
2 Call Screening
3 Intercom Paging
4 Beeper Access
5 Transfer to Mailbox
6 Transferring to Specified Custom Service
7 All Disable
4
Incomplete Handling Status:
For No Answer
1 Leaving a Message
2 Covering Extension
3 Intercom Paging
4 Beeper Access
5 Set Transferring to Custom Service
6 Operator
7 Return to AA Service Top Menu
5
Incomplete Handling Status:
For Busy
1 Leaving a Message
2 Covering Extension
3 Intercom Paging
4 Beeper Access
5 Set Transferring to Custom Service
6 Operator
7 Return to AA Service Top Menu
1
Interview Mailbox Management:
1 Record Question
2 Set Answer Length
3 Erase Question
2
External Message Delivery:
1 Record Message
2 Set a Mailing List
3
Remote Call Forwarding Set:
1 FWD—All Calls
2 FWD—Busy
3 FWD—No Answer
4 FWD—Busy/No Answer
5 FWD to an Outside Line
6 FWD Cancel
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8.2 Service Access Commands
Dial the following commands any time to get a different mailbox, extension, or menu.
#1
Dialing by Name
#2
Custom Service*1
#5 (#L)
Log in*2
#6 (#M)
Voice Mail*1
#7 (#R)
Restart (Return to Main Menu)*3
#8 (#T)
Transfer to an Extension*1
#9 (#X)
Exit
#91
No Answer Greeting*5
#92
Owner's Greeting*5
*
Return to Previous Menu
0
Help
##
Switch to Prompts (Main Menu)*4
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
Also available with VM Menu.
If pressed while in Subscriber Service, you will be prompted to enter the desired mailbox number.
If pressed while in Subscriber Service, you will return to the Subscriber Service Main Menu.
Available with VM Menu only.
Available only for the Subscriber Service.
Note
• Commands [#5] and [#7] are available only after you have accessed Subscriber
Service.
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8.3 Using VM Menu
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)
Soft Buttons
(S1 through S4)
ENTER
Navigator
Key
•
•
•
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display): Displays menus or options.
Soft Buttons (S1 through S4): Used to select the item displayed on the bottom line
on the display.
Navigator Key:
– Left and right: Used to repeat and skip messages.
– Up and down: Used to scroll through menus or adjust the volume.
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VM Menu Examples
Playing Messages
Follow the audible prompts to log in to your mailbox.
1. Select Receive Msg., then press ENTER using the soft button.
Main Menu
Receive Msg.
Deliver Msg.
Mbx. Management
A.A. Status
EXIT
ENTER
2. To play new massages, select New Message, then press ENTER to accept.
Receive Msg.
New Message
Old Message
Deleted Message
EXIT
ENTER
3. Select the desired message to play, then press ENTER to accept.
3 messages
ROBINE S AUG24 03:47PM!
MBX 203 AUG24 11:04AM!
3275307 AUG24 09:23AM!
EXIT
ALL
ENTER
• Press EXIT to go back to the previous menu or ALL to play all messages.
4. The message will start playing.
ROBIN SCHNEIDER
MBX 120
AUG24 03:47PM
NEW
00:03:12
**-------SHIFT EXIT CLBK ERASE
•
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Press EXIT to go back to the previous menu, CLBK to call the message sender,
or ERASE to erase the message.
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•
Press SHIFT to toggle the three menus. The items displayed on the bottom line
will change as shown below.
SHIFT EXIT
CLBK ERASE
SHIFT RPEAT TRNSF PAUSE
SHIFT RBOOK SNEW
RPLY
Setting Automated Attendant Status
Example: Setting Call Transfer Status to "Transfer to Mailbox".
Follow the audible prompts to log in to your mailbox.
1. Select A.A. Status, then press ENTER using the soft button.
Main Menu
Receive Msg.
Deliver Msg.
Mbx. Management
A.A. Status
EXIT
ENTER
2. Select Call Transfer Status, then press ENTER to accept.
A.A. Status
Call Transfer Status
Covering Extn.
Msg. Reception Mode
Incomplete Handling
EXIT
ENTER
3. Press SEL to display the next option.
Disable All
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
4. Press SEL to display the next option.
Call Blocking
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
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5. Press SEL to display the next option.
Call Screening
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
6. Press SEL to display the next option.
Intercom Paging
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
7. Press SEL to display the next option.
Beeper Access
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
8. When "Transfer to Mailbox" is displayed, press ENTER to accept.
Transfer to Mbx.
EXIT
SEL
ENTER
9. Select other items for programming, or press EXIT to finish.
A.A. Status
Call Transfer Status
Covering Extn.
Msg. Reception Mode
Incomplete Handling
EXIT
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Index
Index
A
Activating LCS 41
Adding, Deleting, or Reviewing Caller ID
Numbers Later 38
APT/DPT Feature Programming for KX-TA
and KX-TD Series PBXs 58
Assigning and Canceling Telephone
Numbers for Call Transfer to Outside
Line 46
Assigning Caller ID Numbers and Recording
Names 40
Assigning Caller ID Numbers for the First
Time 38
Assigning Outside Telephone Numbers for
Remote Call Forwarding 44
Assigning Telephone Numbers for Call
Transfer to Outside Line 46
Assigning Your Covering Extension 30
Assigning Your Telephone Numbers for
Remote Automatic Log-in and Toll
Saver 47
Automatic Log-in 7
B
Before You Begin
Bookmarks 51
5
C
Call Transfer 28
Calling Back the Message Sender 18
Canceling Telephone Numbers for Call
Transfer to Outside Line 46
Changing a Personalized Greeting 38
Changing Answer Lengths 31
Changing Caller ID Numbers and Recorded
Names 40
Changing Device Numbers 35
Changing or Deleting Your Password 8
Changing or Deleting Your Personal
Greeting Messages 10
Changing or Deleting Your Subscriber
Name 13
Changing Personal Group Distribution List
Names 33
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Commands
Changing the Current VPS Service 14
Recording Messages 14
When Using VM Menu 14
When Using Voice Prompts 14
Common Service Commands and
Navigation Commands 14
Confirming Your Settings 9
Creating or Adding to an External Message
Delivery List 34
Creating Your Personal Custom
Service 48
D
Deleting Caller ID Numbers and Recorded
Names 40
Deleting Members from an External
Message Delivery List 34
Deleting Members from Personal Group
Distribution Lists 33
Deleting Options from Your Personal
Custom Service 49
Deleting Questions 31
DPT Feature Programming for KX-TDE,
KX-TDA, and KX-TAW Series PBXs 54
E
E-mail Integration (Message Notification by
E-mail) 37
External Message Delivery 25
External Message Delivery Lists 34
I
Incomplete Call Handling 29
Interview Mailbox 31
Introduction to the VPS 5
L
Leaving a Message for the Sender 18
Live Call Screening (LCS) 41
Live Call Screening Button Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 58
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 54
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Index
Live Call Screening Cancel Button
Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 58
Live Call Screening Password Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 58
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 54
Live Call Screening Password Canceling
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 59
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 54
Live Call Screening Private/Hands-Free
Mode Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 59
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 55
Live Call Screening Recording Mode
Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 59
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 55
Logging in to Your Mailbox 7
Logging in to Your Mailbox for the First
Time 6
M
Mailbox Capacity Warning 53
Manual Log-in 7
Message Delivery 23
Message Reception Mode 32
Message Waiting Notification 35
O
One-touch Two-way Transfer (One-touch
TWT) Button Assignment
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 56
P
Personal Caller Name Announcement
Personal Custom Service 48
Personal Greetings for Caller ID 38
Personal Group Distribution Lists 33
Playing Messages 15
Programming Your Extension for
Conversation Recording
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KX-TA and KX-TD Series 60
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 56
Programming Your Extension for LCS
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 58
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 54
Programming Your Extension for Voice Mail
Transfer
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 61
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 57
Prompts 5
Q
Quick Reference
62
R
Receiving External Delivery
Messages 27
Recording a Personalized Greeting for the
First Time 38
Recording Questions 31
Recording the Owner’s Name (Your
Subscriber Name) 9
Recording Your Conversations 42
Recording Your Greeting Messages 9
Recording Your Message 23, 26
Recovering Deleted Messages 52
Remote Access 21
Remote Automatic Log-in 21
Remote Call Forwarding 44
Remote Manual Log-in 21
Replying to Messages 18
S
Sending a Message 23
Sending an External Delivery
Message 25
Sending Messages—Overview 22
Service Access Commands 64
Setting and Canceling Remote Call
Forwarding 44
Setting Message Delivery Time 26
Setting Your Password for the First
Time 8
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Specifying a Single Recipient 25
Specifying Multiple Recipients (External
Message Delivery List) 25
Specifying the Recipients by Name (Dialing
by Name) 20, 23
Specifying the Recipients by
Number 20, 23
Starting the Subscriber Tutorial 8
Subscriber Tutorial (Easy Mailbox
Configuration) 8
T
Timed Reminder 50
To Confirm the Settings for Your Personal
Custom Service 49
To Select the No DTMF Input
Operation 49
Transferring a Call to a Mailbox 43
Transferring Messages 20
Turning Device Notification On/Off 35
Turning Message Waiting Lamp Notification
On/Off 35
Two-way Recording (TWR) Button
Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 60
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 56
Two-way Transfer (TWT) Button
Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 60
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 56
U
Using the VPS
5
V
VM Menu 6, 65
VM Menu Examples 66
Voice Mail Transfer 43
Voice Mail Transfer (VTR) Button
Assignment
KX-TA and KX-TD Series 61
KX-TDE, KX-TDA, and KX-TAW
Series 57
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