Is the tannoy feature real or just in the movies or on "24"?
Just wondering if someone can help me with an end user question. We use the Ip 7940 series phones in our office and I have seen a feature used on TV and in the movies with these phones that I can not find on my phone. I would like to be able to contact a co-worker in their office by "tannoying" them on their phone so that my voice is heard on the loadspeaker with no ringing or the other person having to pick up the phone.
I have see this done on TV. The reason is that we have a manager who never answers his phone and lets all calls go through to his PA. If she knows he wants to take the call, then she has to leave her desk and walk to his office to tell him, then go back to her desk and transfer the call. If she could use this "tannoy" like feature, she could simply use this to say "I have Mr x on the line for you" and he could just pick up the call. Does anyone know if this feature is real? Or maybe it is available on a later model of the phone?
I'm not able to access my old voice mail messages all of a sudden. The recording says something like 'the message is currently not available'. This has never happened before in all the years I have been using this system. I have t...