Panasonic kx-t123211d Answering Machine User Manual

Communication Systems Division
Technical Advisory
Updated: Nov. 16, 00
KX-T123211D Voicemail Integration Program Guide
Document Number: KXTA1232002
Step 1
Check the software version of the KX-T123211D by using PITS programming code 98, which
shows the software version number: Y201Z940430(TM3)
The underlined digits represent the software production date code (format YYMMDD). In this
example, the date code is April 30, 1994 (year, month, day). For this software version, the
software production date of the VPS must be April 30, 1994, or later. If the software production
date of the PBX is earlier than the 4/30/94, call Panasonic Parts Center (MSC) for an
upgrade: 1-800-833-9626.
Step 2
Enable PITS programming code 80 for each extension connected to the VPS.
This parameter is used to tell the KX-T123211D which extensions are connected to the VPS.
Ports with this parameter enabled can receive Follow-on ID and DTMF call status signaling
(busy, answered, disconnect, etc.) if the Voice Mail integration and DTMF integration features
are also enabled.
Step 3
Enable PITS programming code 81 to turn on DTMF Integration.
On extensions with the Voice Mail port parameter enabled, the KX-T123211D can send codes
(DTMF tones) to indicate call states; this increases VPS efficiency. Codes apply to all
transferred calls; CO line calls only indicate disconnect (provided the T123211D is programmed
for CPC detection and the CO sends the CPC signal). Refer to the table on page 4.6.
Step 4
Put all extensions connected to the VPS into one extension group using PITS program 60.
Reserve this extension group for these extensions!
Do not mix other extensions into this group.
Step 5
Enable hunting for the VPS extension group using PITS program 08.
Step 6
Set the hunting type for the VPS extension group to circular; use PITS program 09.
Step 7
At every VPS extension, temporarily connect an SLT or butt set, go off-hook and dial 7301# to
turn on Data Line Security.
This prevents the KX-T123211D from sending Executive Override or Call Waiting tones to
these extensions. We recommend that all Voice Mail port extensions have this feature enabled to
avoid interruption of recording.