Siemens HiPath DX User guide

HiPath DX
(Ver. 10 onwards)
OpenStage 30T Phone User Guide
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Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................. 3 About this user guide ................................................................................ 3 About your phone ..................................................................................... 4 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................ 8 Producing and fitting the inlay ................................................................... 9 Standard features ....................................................................................... 10 Handling calls.......................................................................................... 11 Message waiting ..................................................................................... 17 Redial ...................................................................................................... 19 Enquiry ................................................................................................... 20 Transfer .................................................................................................. 21 Conference ............................................................................................. 22 Mute ....................................................................................................... 23 Hands-free working ................................................................................. 24 Headset working ..................................................................................... 25 Menu Features ........................................................................................... 26 Idle display .............................................................................................. 27 Show missed calls ................................................................................... 28 Divert phone ........................................................................................... 29 Action other feature ................................................................................ 31 Show telephone menu option ................................................................. 34 Programming a number .......................................................................... 38 Programming the Message Waiting key ................................................... 40 1
Typical OpenStage 30T phone
Hookswitch
key
Hands-free
key/LED
Redial
key
Divert
key/LED
Headset
key/LED
Message Waiting
key/LED
Mute
key/LED
Volume keys
Menu
key/LED
Enquiry (R)
key/LED
Navigation keys
2
Programmable keys/LEDs
Shift
key/LED
Introduction
About this user guide
This user guide covers the operation of your OpenStage 30T phone
connected to a HiPath DX via the telephone wiring.
Topics covered
This user guide is divided into the following sections:
Introduction
Useful information about your phone.
Standard features
How to handle calls using the features available
on your phone.
Menu features
How to use the features on the phone’s menu.
Other user guides
This user guide covers only the basic operation of the OpenStage 30T
phone.
Refer to the following user guides for more detailed information:
• HiPath DX Telephone Features User Guide for information on using
the standard HiPath DX features.
• HiPath DX OpenStage 30T ACD User Guide for information on using
these phones for ACD working.
• HiPath DX online user guides supplied on the HiPath DX Electronic
Publications CD provide comprehensive details.
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Introduction
About your phone
Display
Your phone’s 2-line display shows the
progress of your calls and provides a
menu system which you can navigate
using the Menu navigation keys.
To see the display clearly, adjust the
contrast; see the HiPath DX online
user guide.
Menu navigation keys
The display has an intuitive menu
system to help you use your phone
and configure it to your requirements.
Use the three navigation keys in conjunction with the menus and
messages on the display:
n Press the ▲(up) or ▼(down) keys to browse through the menu
options
o Press the OK key to select the displayed option or to confirm your
choice.
If you receive a call while using the menu you can answer it; your phone
automatically returns to the menu when the call ends.
For full details about using your phone’s menu, see page 25.
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Introduction
Feature keys
Your phone has eight fixed feature keys with associated LEDs as follows:
Hookswitch - used to make a follow-on call.
Redial - see page 19.
Divert - see page 29.
Headset - see page 25.
Mute - see page 23.
Hands-free - see page 24.
Message Waiting - see page 17.
Menu - opens the Telephone menu, see page 34.
Programmable keys
Your phone has eight programmable keys each with an associated LED
which you can use to store phone numbers or as a shortcut to invoke a
feature.
Two of the keys are pre-programmed to support Shift and Enquiry
functions.
• To program a phone number, see page 38.
• To program a feature, see the HiPath DX online user guide.
To make and fit an inlay to identify the keys, see page 9.
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Introduction
Keysystem working
If your phone is set up for keysystem group working, each of the
programmable keys can be dedicated to:
• a colleague’s phone, or
• an external telephone line.
For each key assigned to a member of the keysystem group:
• the LED shows the status of a phone or external line;
• pressing the key lets you pick up a call at, or make a call to, a
colleague’s phone.
Your telephone services manager will tell you how the keys are assigned.
Refer to the HiPath DX online user guide for more information about
keysystem working.
Adapters
Your phone may be fitted with an adapter containing extra
programmable keys; see your telephone services manager for further
information.
Volume control keys
Use the « and keys to adjust the volume of ringing and speech during
a call, see page 14.
Headset working
Your telephone has a headset socket which you can use with an
approved headset, see page 25.
Emergency calls
Your phone should have a label, clearly visible, that shows you the
number(s) to dial for the public emergency services and/or your site
specific emergency telephone number. If this is not fitted, contact your
telephone services manager.
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Introduction
Using the handset with a hearing aid
The handset has a special induction coupling for in-ear hearing aids that
have a switch setting marked T. Set the switch on your hearing aid to the
T position, this will give you the best sound quality.
Cleaning your phone
Use a damp or antistatic cloth to clean your phone. If it is very dirty, use
a cloth dipped in diluted washing-up liquid. Remove all traces of the
washing-up liquid with a damp cloth (using water only). DO NOT use
cleaners containing alcohol (such as screen wipes), cleaners that corrode
plastic, or abrasive powders or creams.
Spares and accessories
Various spares and accessories are available for your phone; see your
telephone services manager for further information.
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Introduction
Troubleshooting
If your phone does not operate as you expect, check the following points
before reporting a fault to your telephone services manager:
No dial tone
• Check that the phone is connected to the telephone network.
Phone does not ring
This may happen because:
• Your calls are diverted (you hear a special tone when you lift the
handset and the upper line of the display usually shows the phone
number to which calls are diverted).
• Do not disturb is set (the upper line of the display usually shows “DO
NOT DISTURB”). See the HiPath DX online user guide for further
information.
• Hot-desking has been set at another phone. See the HiPath DX online
user guide for further information.
• The ringing volume is too low.
Cannot dial an external number
This may happen because:
• You do not have the privilege.
• Your phone is locked. See the HiPath DX online user guide for further
information.
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Introduction
Producing and fitting the inlay
You may be supplied with pre-printed inlays; use
the inlay that best corresponds to the adjacent
diagram. Otherwise use the templates or online
tool to create inlays.
Programmable
keys inlay
Templates
Microsoft Word templates are available on the
HiPath DX Electronic Publications CD supplied with
your telephone system. They may also be available
on your company’s intranet.
Open the file “OpenStage templates.doc” and use
the appropriate features keys and programmable
keys inlay. Annotate the inlays as appropriate and
print them out.
Enquiry (R)
Shift
On-line key labelling tool
There is a comprehensive, internet-based inlay creation tool for the
OpenStage range of phones. This tool enables you to select the inlay
that you wish to produce and then creates a Microsoft Word document
containing it. You then simply type the required text into the displayed
fields and print the inlay out.
At the time this user guide was produced the key-labelling tool could be
accessed at:
http://wiki.siemens-enterprise.com/index.php/Key_Labelling_Tool
(This location was correct at the time of writing).
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Standard features
This section of the guide describes the standard features available to you
for handling calls:
Handling calls ................................................... 11
Making a call ................................................. 11
Answering a call ............................................ 12
Clearing a call ................................................ 13
Ring back ...................................................... 13
Adjusting audio volumes ............................... 14
Encryption ..................................................... 15
Show calling number or name ....................... 15
Show call duration ......................................... 16
Message waiting............................................... 17
Redial ................................................................ 19
Enquiry.............................................................. 20
Transfer............................................................. 21
Conference ....................................................... 22
Mute ................................................................. 23
Hands-free working .......................................... 24
Headset working............................................... 25
Note: Throughout this user guide, the convention of showing the called
or calling phone’s number on the top line of the display is used.
However, if a name is configured against a phone number, then
that name will be displayed in preference to the phone’s number.
It is possible to toggle between showing a name and showing its
number (see page 15).
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Standard features
Handling calls
Making a call
Pre-dialling
n Dial the number;
to delete the last digit dialled, press
OK
o When the number is complete,
either:
• lift the handset, or
<number>
Delete last digit?
<number>
Dial again?
You hear ring tone.
• press Hands-free or Headset
p When the call is answered, the
display shows:
<number>
Enquiry?
Post-dialling
n Either:
• lift the handset, or
Enter number
• press Hands-free or Headset
o Dial the number
<number>
Dial again?
p When the number is complete
<number>
Dial again?
You hear ring tone.
q When the call is answered, the
display shows:
<number>
Enquiry?
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Standard features
Dialling a programmed number
If you have stored a number on a programmable key (see page 38):
n Press the relevant key
<number>
Dial again?
The programmed number is
displayed and dialled
o Lift the handset
<number>
Dial again?
You hear ring tone
p When the call is answered, the
display shows:
<number>
Enquiry?
Alternative methods of dialling
• Redialling the last number, see page 19;
• Dialling a missed call number, see page 28.
Answering a call
n Your phone rings
<number>
Show calling name?
o You have three options:
<number>
Enquiry?
• lift the handset;
• press Hands-free;
• press Headset.
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The call is connected
Standard features
Clearing a call
To clear a call:
• if you are using the handset, replace it
• if you are using hands-free mode, press Hands-free. The key's LED
goes out. If the handset is off its cradle, replace it.
• if you are using a headset, press Headset. The key's LED goes out. If
the handset is off its cradle, replace it.
Ring back
You can set Ring back on an internal call that is not answered because
the called number is busy or nobody answers the call.
Setting Ring back
n The called phone is busy
or
is not answered
NUMBER BUSY
Ring back?
or
<number>
Ring back?
o Press OK
RING BACK <number>
p Clear the call
<date>
<own number>
<time>
• For a call to a busy extension, your phone rings when the called
phone is next free.
• For a call which is not answered, your phone rings after the called
phone is next used.
In both cases, if your phone is busy, Ring back will wait until your phone
is free.
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Standard features
Answering Ring back
n When the Ring back feature
operates, you receive a long
continuous ring
RING BACK <number>
o Lift the handset or press Handsfree or Headset within 15 seconds
<number>
Ring back?
You hear ring tone.
Notes:
1.
This feature is not available on calls to an external number.
2.
If the number you dial has voice messaging set up you may be
connected directly to the voice messaging system and be unable
to set Ring back.
Adjusting audio volumes
Ringing volume
When your phone is ringing:
n Press the « or keys to set the
desired volume.
Handset/loudspeaker volume
During a call:
n Press the « or keys to set the
desired volume.
Note: These settings only apply to the current call. To adjust the ringing
and handset/loudspeaker volume permanently, use the Show
telephone menu option (see page 34).
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Standard features
Encryption
If your telephone exchange is configured as a secure exchange, calls
between phones may be encrypted.
Depending on the configuration of your exchange, you may see one or
both of the following messages during calls:
• For secure calls the display shows the text ! Encrypted call for 5
seconds before the standard display is shown.
• For non-secure calls the display shows the text ! Call not encrypted
for 5 seconds.
Show calling number or name
Your telephone services manager may configure names against the
extension numbers. In this case, during a call it is possible to toggle your
phone’s display between showing the extension number and showing
the associated name.
When your phone rings:
n The caller’s name is displayed:
<name>
Show calling number?
o To see the number of the caller,
press OK
<number>
Show calling name?
p To see the name of the caller again,
press OK
<name>
Show calling number?
The calling number may be replaced by an abbreviation:
• VMS - for the voice messaging system;
• ISDN - for external calls;
• OP - for calls from the operator.
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Standard features
Show call duration
To use this feature you must set the Call Timer to ON (see the Show
telephone menu option on page 34 or refer to the HiPath DX online
user guide).
During a call
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<number>
Show call duration?
o Press OK
CALL DURATION:
Go back?
p Press OK to return to the normal
display
<number>
Enquiry?
hh:mm:ss
After a call
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n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Show telephone menu?
o Press OK
TELEPHONE MENU
Set feature keys?
o Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
CALL DURATION:
Exit?
q Press OK to return to the normal
display
<date>
<own number>
<time>
hh:mm:ss
<time>
Standard features
Message waiting
If you have voice mail configured on your phone, the Message Waiting
key allows you to access a Voice Messaging System (VMS), and the
Message Waiting LED indicates when you have a voice message.
Initially you will need to program the Message Waiting key to allow
your VMS to operate with your phone, see page 40.
For hotel/motel working a Second Message Waiting LED may be
configured on your phone. The use of this LED is flexible; ask your
telephone services manager for details of how it has been set for you.
Alternatively, you may have a single LED which responds to both
message waiting systems (Dual Indication LED).
Responding to a VMS message waiting indication
When the Message Waiting LED is lit:
n Press Message Waiting
<VMS number>
Dial again?
o After a few seconds the display
changes to:
VMS
Enquiry?
p Lift the handset. When the VMS
answers follow its instructions
VMS
Enquiry?
Accessing your VMS
To access the VMS when the Message Waiting LED is unlit:
n Press Message Waiting
<VMS number>
Dial again?
o Lift the handset. When the VMS
answers follow its instructions
VMS
Enquiry?
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Standard features
Cancelling a Second Message Waiting indication
The Message Waiting LED is lit:
n Lift the handset
Enter number
o Dial # # 6 0 #
##60#
Dial again?
p Replace the handset
<date>
<own number>
<time>
Dual Indication LED
The Message Waiting LED on your phone may be set to respond to a
message waiting from:
• your Voice Messaging System (voice mail), and
• a Second Message Waiting Indication system.
Your telephone services manager will explain the indications at your
phone.
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Standard features
Redial
The last number you dialled is stored in your phone's memory. The
Redial feature dials this number again and automatically selects handsfree operation.
Using the Redial key
When the phone is idle:
n Press Redial
<number>
Dial again?
The last number is displayed
and dialled
You hear ring tone
o Lift the handset
<number>
Ring back?
You hear ring tone
Using the menu
When the phone is idle:
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Redial <number>?
o Press OK
<number>
Dial again?
<time>
The number is dialled
You hear ring tone
p Lift the handset
<number>
Ring back?
You hear ring tone
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Standard features
Enquiry
While you are on a call, you can call another phone (internal or external)
to make an enquiry/consultation request.
n During a call
<number>
Enquiry?
o Press OK or press Enquiry (R)
Connect held call?
The call is put on hold
p Make the enquiry/consultation call.
When it is answered, the display
shows:
<enquiry number>
Connect held call?
Your enquiry call cannot be
heard by the held party
If the enquiry call is not answered
• Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<enquiry number>
Connect held call?
• Press OK to return to the
original call
If the enquiry call is busy
• Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
NUMBER BUSY
Connect held call?
• Press OK to return to the
original call
Options available to you during an enquiry call:
• Return to the original call,
press OK
To switch between both calls,
press OK again
• Transfer the call, see page 21
• Connect the calls into a
conference, see page 22
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<number>
Connect held call?
Standard features
Transfer
If, for example, you receive a misdirected call, you can transfer the caller
to the required phone.
If the phone is not answered, or the called person does not wish to take
the call, you can reconnect to the original call.
You cannot transfer an external call to another external number.
n During a call
<number>
Enquiry?
o Press OK or press Enquiry (R)
Connect held call?
The original call is put on
hold and cannot hear you
p Make the enquiry/consultation call
<enquiry number>
Connect held call?
q When the call is answered, explain
that you are transferring the call
and replace the handset, press
Hands-free or press Headset.
<date>
<own number>
<time>
The call is transferred and
you are now free to receive
further calls
You may be able to transfer a call before the destination phone answers
by replacing the handset (or pressing Hands-free or Headset).
However, if the phone remains unanswered after approximately 30
seconds, your phone re-rings with the original call.
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Standard features
Conference
You can connect up to six phones together in a conference (which may
include external calls).
Setting up a conference
During a call:
n Press OK or press Enquiry (R) and
dial a second number
<second number>
Connect held call?
The call is put on hold
o When the second number answers:
<second number>
Connect held call?
p Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<second number>
Conference?
q Press OK
IN CONFERENCE
Enquiry?
All calls are connected
To add further members to the conference, repeat steps 1 to 4.
If an enquiry call is not answered or is busy:
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<number>/NUMBER BUSY
Connect held call?
o Press OK
IN CONFERENCE
Enquiry?
You are connected to the
original call/conference
Leaving a conference
n Replace the handset or press
Hands-free or Headset
22
You are disconnected from
the conference
Standard features
Mute
This feature allows you to switch off the microphone so that you can
hold a private conversation that cannot be overheard by the called party
(or called parties).
Muting can be applied to the handset microphone, the headset
microphone and the phone’s built-in microphone. Selecting a different
microphone while the Mute feature is invoked will apply muting to the
new microphone.
Muting the microphone
During a call:
n Press Mute
<number>
Enquiry?
The active microphone is
switched off.
The Mute LED is lit.
o Press Mute again
<number>
Enquiry?
The active microphone is
switched on.
The Mute LED goes out.
Note: The Mute feature is automatically cancelled if you make an
Enquiry call or when the call is cleared.
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Standard features
Hands-free working
Hands-free working allows you to answer your phone without picking up
the handset. The phone's built-in microphone and loudspeaker are used
instead.
Making and answering calls
Instructions for making and answering calls in hands-free are included
on pages 11 and 12.
Changing from hands-free to handset
During a call:
n Pick up the handset
<number>
Enquiry?
The hands-free LED goes out
The call is connected using
the handset
Changing from handset to hands-free
During a call:
n Press Hands-free
<number>
Enquiry?
The hands-free LED is lit.
The call is connected using
the built-in microphone and
loudspeaker
o Replace the handset
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<number>
Enquiry?
Standard features
Headset working
To use this feature you need an approved headset.
CAUTION Acoustic shock:
Before you use your headset, check that the volume setting is
comfortable for your use.
Making and answering calls
Instructions for making and answering calls using a headset are included
on pages 11 and 12.
Changing from headset to handset
During a call:
n Pick up the handset
<number>
Enquiry?
The headset LED goes out
The call is connected using
the handset
Changing from handset to headset
During a call:
n Press Headset
<number>
Enquiry?
The headset LED is lit.
The call is connected using
the headset
o Replace the handset
<number>
Enquiry?
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Menu Features
This section of the guide describes the features available to you on the
menu:
Idle display........................................................ 27
Show missed calls ............................................. 28
Divert phone ..................................................... 29
Action other feature ......................................... 31
Show telephone menu option .......................... 34
Programming a number ................................... 38
Programming the Message Waiting key .......... 40
If “Show text messages” is displayed, this indicates that you have
received a text message. Refer to the HiPath DX online user guide.
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Menu Features
Idle display
When your phone is idle, the top
line of the display indicates the
current date and time. The bottom
line shows your phone number or
one of several options.
When the up and down arrows are displayed on the right of the bottom
line, this indicates that you can use your phone’s menu navigation
buttons to cycle through the menu options, as follows:
Idle menu option
When displayed
Page
<own number>
If no other message is displayed
Show new missed calls?
If there are any missed calls that
you haven’t read
28
Show missed calls?
If there are any missed calls that
you have read
28
Divert phone? or
Cancel diversion?
According to whether Diversion
has been set
29
Action other feature?
Menu option allowing you to
access the features supported by
the telephone exchange
31
Show telephone menu?
Menu option allowing you to
customise the operation of your
phone
34
Show call duration?
Only appears if the call timer
feature is invoked (via the Show
telephone menu option)
16
Redial <number>?
Where <number> is the last
number you dialled
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27
Menu Features
Show missed calls
If your phone rings but you don’t answer it, a missed call message is
stored on your phone. If the same phone rings you more than once, only
the latest message is stored on your phone.
Displaying missed calls
n You have missed a call
<date>
Show new missed calls?
o Press OK, the first missed call
message is displayed
<number + date/time>
Erase this message?
<time>
p To view the next message (if any)
• Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<number 1 + date/time>
Show next message?
• Press OK, the missed call
message is displayed
<number 2 + date/time>
Show next message?
q To call the number associated with
the message lift the handset or
press Hands-free or Headset
<number>
Ring back?
r To erase a missed call message:
• Select the message to be erased
and press ▲ or ▼ until:
<number 2 + date/time>
Erase this message?
• Press OK, the next/previous
message (if any) is shown
<number 1 + date/time>
Erase this message?
s To exit the missed call menu:
28
• Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<number 1 + date/time>
Exit?
• Press OK
<date>
Show missed calls?
<time>
Menu Features
Divert phone
You can divert all your calls to another phone, for example, while you
are away from your desk.
Your telephone services manager controls whether you are allowed to
divert calls to a number on the public network.
Alternative features (described in the online guide) allow you to divert:
• all your calls using another phone (Pull diversion);
• calls when your phone is not answered after several seconds;
• calls when your phone is busy.
Diverting all calls using the Divert key
This method of diverting calls can only be used you have programmed a
divert destination number on the Divert key using the Set feature keys
sub-menu of the Show telephone menu option (see page 35).
When the phone is idle:
n Press Divert
> <divert number>
<own number>
Diverting all calls using the menu
When the phone is idle:
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Divert phone?
o Press OK
ENTER DIVERT NUMBER
Exit?
p Enter the phone number to which
you want to divert all calls
<divert number>
Action the feature?
q Press OK - your phone displays:
> <divert number>
<own number>
<time>
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Menu Features
Cancelling diversion for all calls
When the phone is idle:
30
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
> <divert number>
Cancel diversion?
o Press OK - your phone displays:
<date>
<own number>
<time>
Menu Features
Action other feature
This menu option opens the Select feature menu which allows you to
invoke features provided by your telephone exchange. Access to the
features is controlled and therefore you may not be able to use all of
them.
Features
The features, and how to use them, are described in the HiPath DX
online user guide; they are sub-divided into the following feature
groups:
• Call options
• Divert options
• Mobility options
• Security options
• Text options
See Figure 1 on page 33 for details of the options that are available in
each group. New features may be added to these groups, please refer to
the HiPath DX online user guide for an up-to-date list.
Note: You can associate a feature with a Programmable key using the
Show telephone menu option, see page 34.
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Menu Features
Accessing the features
For example, to access Set divert no reply:
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Action other feature?
o Press OK
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Call options
p Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll through the
feature groups
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Divert options
q Press OK to select the wanted
feature group (the first feature in
the feature group is displayed)
SELECT FEATURE
Set pull diversion?
r Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to the
required feature, for example
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Set divert no reply?
s Press OK to change the setting of
the selected feature
32
<time>
Menu Features
Figure 1: Action other feature - menu structure
33
Menu Features
Show telephone menu option
This menu option opens the Telephone menu which allows you to
customise the operation of your phone to suit your particular
requirements, for example to configure feature keys.
Telephone settings you can change
The settings are sub-divided into the following feature groups:
• Set feature keys (see also page 35);
• Set audio options;
• Set telephone options;
• Set keysystem options;
• Phone test.
For full details, see Figures 2 and 3 on pages 36 and 37. New features
may be added to these groups, please refer to the HiPath DX online user
guide for an up-to-date list.
Accessing the Telephone menu
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Show telephone menu?
o Press OK
TELEPHONE MENU
Set feature keys?
p Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll through the
feature groups
TELEPHONE MENU
Set telephone options?
q Press OK to select the wanted
feature group (the first feature in
the feature group is displayed)
CALL TIMER IS ON
Change?
r Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to the
required feature, for example
MISSED CALLS LOGGED
Change?
s Press OK to change the setting of
the selected feature
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<time>
Menu Features
Set feature keys sub-menu
This menu option opens the Set feature keys sub-menu which allows
you to program a number or a feature on a Programmable key.
The features are sub-divided into the following groups:
• Telephone options
• Number store options
• Divert options
• Security options
• During call options
For full details, see Figure 3 on page 37. New features may be added to
these groups, please refer to the HiPath DX online user guide for an upto-date list. Access to the features is controlled and therefore you may
not be able to use all of them.
The following two commonly used operations using the set feature keys
option are described in detail:
Programming a number .............................. see page 38
Programming the Message Waiting key ....... see page 40
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Menu Features
Figure 2: Show telephone menu – menu structure
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Menu Features
Figure 3: Set feature keys – sub-menu structure
37
Menu Features
Programming a number
You can program a number against a feature key using the Number
store option on the Set feature keys sub-menu of the Telephone
menu.
When the phone is idle:
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n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Show telephone menu?
o Press OK
TELEPHONE MENU
Set feature keys?
p Press OK
PRESS A PROGRAMMABLE KEY
q Either:
press the required programmable
key (for an unshifted number store)
or
press Shift then the programmable
key (for a shifted number store)
NO FEATURE STORED
Change?
r Press OK; the Number store
options entry on the Set Feature
keys sub-menu is automatically
selected
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Number store options
s Press OK
NUMBER STORE
Accept?
t Press OK
PLEASE ENTER NUMBER
Clear?
u Enter the number to store (for
external numbers, prefix with the
external access code, usually 9)
<number>
Save?
v Press OK
CHANGE HAS BEEN STORED
Edit another?
<time>
Exit?
If a number/feature is stored:
<number/feature>
Change?
Menu Features
w Either:
Program another key - press OK
and repeat from step 3,
or
Exit - press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows Exit? then press OK
PRESS A PROGRAMMABLE KEY
Exit?
<date>
<own number>
<time>
To dial the programmed number, see page 12.
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Menu Features
Programming the Message Waiting key
You can program a number against the Message Waiting key using the
Message waiting option on the Set feature keys sub-menu of the
Telephone menu.
You need to know the number to dial to access your voice mail system ask your telephone services manager.
When the phone is idle:
n Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
<date>
Show telephone menu?
o Press OK
TELEPHONE MENU
Set feature keys?
p Press OK
PRESS A PROGRAMMABLE KEY
q Press Message Waiting
MESSAGE WAITING
Change?
<time>
Exit?
Or, if a number is already
stored:
MESSAGE WAITING <number>
Change?
The Message Waiting LED
flashes
40
r Press OK; the Number store
options entry on the Set Feature
keys sub-menu is automatically
selected
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Number store options
s Press ▲ or ▼ until the display
shows:
SELECT FEATURE MENU
Telephone options
t Press OK
MESSAGE WAITING
Accept?
Menu Features
u Press OK
PLEASE ENTER NUMBER
Clear?
v Enter the number to access your
voice mail system and press OK
CHANGE HAS BEEN STORED
Edit another?
w After a short time the display
shows:
<date>
<own number>
<time>
To use the Message Waiting key, see page 17.
When the Message Waiting key is programmed, you can program a
spare key to enter your mailbox identity number, etc.
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