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#151017 07/31/01 06:43 PM
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Can anyone tell me if there is a book or other type of resource with instructions on using Hyperterminal with Panasonic KSU's and Voice Mail? Thanks in advance for the help.

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You can click on the Sundance logo above and their is a link to manuals. They might be able to help you.
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use PC plus, works better...dos or windows version. The cabinets come default with 9600 7-1-M. Use the vt100 or 102 emulation


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ounce your connected what is the next command to get into the sys. i have a tvs75
which i could not get into programming on.
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The TVS 75 defaults as 9600, 8N1.
Hyper Term is fine. You do need a Null modem
cable or adapter though. If you boot up the TVS 75 with the rotary switch on 5 it will be at
factory defaults. then turn the switch back to 0.
press enter and it should ask for your terminal. Use the VT selection.
the enter and back slash (\) are used along with various numbers and the Y and N.
The KXT series needs special software.
there are aftermarket programs most of which have been known to cause problems.
You can do all KXTD programming through the display set on port 1 and pretty much fly through it.
Hope this helps you out some.

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what if the unit is already working and you only want to make a small change. specifically this unit gives the default
greeting somthing like "you have reaached the voice messaging system" then it anounces the name of the company. it looks as though
it was programmed with a custom greeting. but they neglected to leave a few seconds of silence in the default greeting. (or somthing like that. i have a manual coming.
but i don't know if they lay this out for you.
thanks in advance
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Martin, you can boot it up with the switch on
position 1 if you want and this will simply set the communitions default to 9600-8-N-1
but you still need a NULL modem cable or adapter.
Record the greetings through the phone by calling
the voice mail, press #6 and *998.
I suggest using the custom menu.
This is automatically linked to the company greeting your using. Just record a split second of silence on the company greeting and use the custom menues.
What are you tying this in to?

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it is a tvs75 hung on a panasonic digital switch couldn't get the software for it couse i don't want the expense.
everything works as i would like it except i did not know enough to put in the few seconds of silence( i am using the custom menu) and i still need to put a nite button on the recep phone (i'm using sta 11 so i can get into programming w/out kicking her off her phone).if you can enlighten me concerning that it would be appreciated.i'm somewhat familiar with the programming using the first port and i have a large display phone and do have access to a
installation manual.
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Martin, from the 1st port you can assign a manager Ext. from program 106 and use that as the programming phone as well.
Any phone can have a day/night key.
from that phone press program and 99
press the key you want and enter 73 and press store. pick up the handset and hang it up and you will be out of the station programming.
Did you get the TVS75 digitally integrated OK?

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yeh i had a little phone support. got the d-pits enabled. ever since then i have not been able to get into it. it could be my cable w/ the radio shack null modem adapter on it. the customer is happy cause they went from no voice mail on an old strataxx with failing sets to this dbs w/ vm so it's mainly
for my education i'm still messing with this install.
martin

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