For on-campus numbers, step 4 is Enter 9, step 5 is Enter XXXX
Note: Speed dial will by default utilize the LAST available line. In other words, if your department has four lines, and they appear on buttons 1-4, speed dial will access the line on button 4 if it is not in use. If they appear on buttons 5-8, it will access the line on button 8 if it is available. This cannot be changed.
This feature will prevent others from disturbing you. The procedure for this function is explained on page 15 or 17 of your user’s manual, depending on which model Panasonic phone you have.
On non-display phones, with the phone hung up, press 1 to turn Background Music on or off. On display phones, press the key directly below the letters "BGM" on the display.
Please Note: This feature is NOT available on most of the Panasonic systems on campus.
This function, available only on newer Panasonic models, is explained on page 18 of your user’s manual.
Elsewhere on campus
If your department already had voice mail, it works the same as it did. If your department does not currently have voice mail, please, talk to your department head and contact Kara Albrecht at 3099. The message button on your phone does not link you to your voice mail.
To make a voice announcement to all the people on your system (page 13 or page 16)
Other useful features are discussed in your User’s Manual. If you have any other questions about your Panasonic System Phone, please contact Electronic Repair.
If you have lost your operations manual for your Panasonic phone, you may view the manual as a pdf file.