Your posting gives me pause. I just purchased the exact same phones
> (last night) and have a very similar DSL set-up. I haven't connected
> the Uniden system yet because I guess I'm supposed to let the phones
> charge overnight first, but I was planning to do so tonight.
> I did look through the manual briefly this morning and I noted there
> are two types of voice mail service signals and one type may require a
> configuration change on the Unidens. It may not be the culprit, but I
> thought I would throw it out there as an idea.
> If you do find the culprit, please post.
Just an opinion.
Uniden is a company who puts out a feature requirement and gets bids on who can make x1000 of them at what price. The winner builds them with Uniden's logo and they get sold.
Panasonic designs phones and then builds them or contracts out the manufacturing.
Big difference. I avoid makes of phones that are built like the Uniden.