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#638762 10/27/20 04:18 PM
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Hey guy's,
I am attempting to replace a Vodavi analog voice mail unit on a Toshiba DK 280 system (Yes, I know they should replace it all but they won't). 20 years ago when I installed the Vodavi unit, I had to enter a registry item for inband digits and notification (If I remember correctly), but can't exactly remember. It seems as though it was something like ( @63xxx & @64xxx) or (@63 & @64). It could be something else completely, but my memory is failing me the older I get. Does anyone remember what these digits should be? Thanks in advance!


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#63xxx and #64xxx are the codes sent from the voicemail to turn on and off the MW lights on the handsets

#656xxx and #657xxx are the VMID codes set at each extension handset to send the diverted call into the correct mailbox.


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Thanks Carl! The #63xxx & #64xxx was what I needed. I meant to send thanks 2 weeks ago.


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Originally Posted by adteldon
Thanks Carl! The #63xxx & #64xxx was what I needed. I meant to send thanks 2 weeks ago.

Glad you got it all sorted and thanks for the feedback.


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