System: MICS 4.1.1 with NVM 8
If you want to relocate your telephone without having to reprogram anything then you need to activate Set Relocation from the system menu.
Set relocation allows you to swap two extensions with features and extension numbers (DN’s) following the phones. The process depends on whether you have “newer” or “older” programming.
With newer programming, when you enter programming, (feature ** 266344 266344) you will see “Terminals&Sets”. Follow these steps (SHOW and NEXT refer to the buttons next to the triangles that appear on the right hand column of buttons on your phone when you enter programming. Programming must be done from a system phone that has three “soft keys” under the display)
1. At “Terminals & Sets” press NEXT until the display reads “System programming”.
2. Press SHOW. The display reads “Hunt Groups”. Press NEXT twice.
3. The display reads “Featr settings”. Press SHOW. Then press NEXT until the display reads “Set relocation:?”. Use CHANGE to toggle Y to move phones, N to turn feature off. Exit programming.
4. Unplug the phone(s) you want to move. Unplug a maximum of two at a time. Plug in the first set you unplugged at the new location. Wait five minutes for the set to “read” its new location, then press Feature *0, and press an intercom button. The display will show the extension number and name. If correct, you may now plug the other phone in to its new location. Wait five minutes to check the status using Feature *0. Deactivate Set Relocation after moving phones.
If you have old programming, when you use feature ** 266344 266344, you’ll see “a.Configuration”. If that is the case:
1. Enter into programming by pressing Feature **266344 266344
2. The display will say “A. Configuration”.
3. Press SHOW. The display reads “1. Line Data”
4. Press NEXT three times. The display reads “4. Miscellaneous”
5. Press SHOW. The display reads “Background music”
6. Press NEXT seven times. The display reads “Set relocation: N”
7. Press the soft key under CHANGE to Y(es)
8. Press Rls to finish.
9. Unplug the phone you want to move. At the new location, unplug the second set if needed. Unplug a maximum of two at a time. Plug in the first set you unplugged at the new location. Wait five minutes for the set to “read” its new location, then press Feature *0, and press an intercom button. The display will show the extension number and name. If correct, you may now plug the other phone in to its new location. Wait five minutes to check the status using Feature *0. Deactivate Set Relocation after moving phones.
Great, worked on mics 7.0 perfectly, and one of the phones had a CAP.
After I enter **266944 it’s asking me for a user ID.
After you enter Feature+**266344, Try 727587 as the password.
If you’re on a BCM system you can also try these default User IDs and Passwords:
User ID: 738662 = Installer Level, Default Password: 266344 (CONFIG)
-Full access to telset menus
User ID: 738727 = Coordinator +, Default Password: 727587 (SAPLUS)
-Full access to all telset telephony menus (Feature**CONFIG) relating to
telephony system or device setup.
User ID: 738236 = Coordinator, Default Password: 23646 (ADMIN)
-More limited access than Coordinator+, for instance cannot access maint. menus
User ID: 738227 = Basic, Default Password: 22742 (BASIC)
-Has access limited to the time 7 date settings.
I love it!
“After you enter Feature+**266344, Try 727587 as the password.”
I can’t even get this far. After putting in **266344, I get a access denied error. What can I do?
I listed the default passwords. It’s likely that the password for your system has been changed to a custom one.
To reset it:
Press: Feature 985
Enter: 73738767793 (RESETSMPSWD)
Mitch – I tried #3 and #7 and they did not work for me.
I just started at my new job and the phone was programed by the previous employee. I cant get in to change the password to reset the voicemail etc… “access denied” every time.
Press Feature 985
It’s now reset to the default, which varies depending on the # of digits in your company extensions:
If your system uses 2 digit extensions use 120000
If your system uses 3 digit extensions use 1020000
If your system uses 4 digit extensions use 10020000