Siemens Multi Address Appearance (MAA) On OpenStage User guide

Documentation
HiPath 2000, HiPath 3000, HiPath 5000
HiPath OpenOffice
OpenStage 60/60 G, OpenStage 80/80 G
OpenStage Key Module
User Guide
Communication for the open minded
Siemens Enterprise Communications
www.siemens.com/open
Important information
Important information
For safety reasons, the telephone should only be supplied with power:
• using the original power supply unit.
Part number: L30250-F600-C14x (x: 1=EU, 2=UK,
3=US) or
• in a LAN with PoE (Power over Ethernet), which
complies with the IEEE 802.3af standard.
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Never open the telephone or a key module. Should you
encounter any problems, contact the responsible service personnel.
Use only original Siemens accessories. The use of other accessories may be hazardous and will render the
warranty, extended manufacturer’s liability and the CE
marking invalid.
Trademarks
The device conforms to the EU directive 1999/5/EC as attested by the CE marking.
All electrical and electronic products should be disposed of
separately from the municipal waste stream via designated
collection facilities appointed by the government or the local
authorities.
Proper disposal and separate collection of your old appliance will help prevent potential damage to the environment
and human health. It is a prerequisite for reuse and recycling
of used electrical and electronic equipment.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service, the shop where you purchased the product or your
sales representative.
The statements quoted above are only fully valid for equipment which is installed and sold in the countries of the European Union and is covered by the directive 2002/96/EC.
Countries outside the European Union may impose other
regulations regarding the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment.
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Important information
Location of the telephone
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The telephone should be operated in a controlled environment with an
ambient temperature between 5°C and 40°C.
To ensure good speakerphone quality, the area in front of the microphone (front right) should be kept clear. The optimum speakerphone
distance is 50 cm.
Do not install the telephone in a room where large quantities of dust
accumulate; this can considerably reduce the service life of the telephone.
Do not expose the telephone to direct sunlight or any other source of
heat, as this is liable to damage the electronic components and the
plastic casing.
Do not operate the telephone in damp environments such as bathrooms.
Software update
During a software update, the phone must not be disconnected
from the power supply unit, the LAN line or the phone line.
An update action is indicated by messages on the display and/or by
flashing LEDs.
Product support on the Internet
Information and support for our products can be found on the Internet:
http://www.siemens-enterprise.com/.
Technical notes, current information about firmware updates, frequently
asked questions and lots more can be found on the Internet at:
http://wiki.siemens-enterprise.com/.
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Important information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Trademarks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location of the telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Software update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Product support on the Internet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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General information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
About this manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intended use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telephone type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voice encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speakerphone quality and display legibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Multi-line telephone, executive/secretary functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Team functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone . . . . . . . . .15
The user interface of your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ports on the underside of the phone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using network ports more efficiently . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OpenStage Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OpenStage Key Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keys and controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Function keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Audio controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mode keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TouchGuide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programmable sensor keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Keypad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Graphic display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Appearance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display keyboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Context-dependent displays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Idle mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telephony dialogs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Context menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pop-up window . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Application tab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone 33
Application navigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Telephony interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phonebooks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personal phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LDAP directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
System phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing call lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entry details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings – Service Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings – telephone user menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Settings – administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Help function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control and monitoring function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Basic functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Answering a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering a call via the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering a call via the loudspeaker (speakerphone mode) . . . . . .
Accepting a call via the headset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching to speakerphone mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching to the handset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Open listening . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Off-hook dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
En-bloc dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On-hook dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialing with the headset connected . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialing with DDS keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ending a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rejecting a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning the microphone on and off . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling a second party (consultation) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Switching to the held party (alternating) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing a callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accepting a callback. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing and deleting a stored callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Enhanced phone functions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56
Answering calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accepting calls via the Headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering a call for another phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the speakerphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering calls from the entrance telephone
and opening the door. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accepting a call from an answering machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Redialing from a call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a personal phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a system phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the LDAP directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making calls using system speed-dial numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialing with speed-dial keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Talking to your colleague with a speaker call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Talking to your colleague with discreet calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic connection setup/hotline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reserving a trunk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assigning a station number (not for U.S.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Associated dialing/dialing aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using call waiting (second call) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preventing and allowing a second call (call waiting) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating/deactivating the camp-on tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parking a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing an external call on hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conducting a conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating tone dialing/DTMF suffix-dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recording a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring a call after a speaker call announcement in a group . .
Sending a trunk flash . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
If you cannot reach a destination. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call waiting (camp-on) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Busy override – joining a call in progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using night answer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Active call forwarding indication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of call forwarding types. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call forwarding key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing call forwarding instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing forwarding destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forwarding express activation for "all calls" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating call forwarding via the Program/Service menu . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration via the Program/Service menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deactivating call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using system forwarding instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call forwarding no reply (CFNR). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call forwarding in the event of telephone failure (CFSS) . . . . . . . . .
Call forwarding in the carrier network and
forwarding multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) (not for U.S.). . . . .
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Programming sensor keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Configuring function keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Programming a procedure key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring repdial keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the label retrospectively . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting sensor key programming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Phonebooks and call lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Personal phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Creating a new contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Changing contact data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Managing the phonebook . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Managing groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
LDAP database . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Finding an LDAP entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Quick search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Call lists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
View details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Deleting entries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Copying entries from the call logs into the personal phonebook. . 107
Displaying and assigning call charges . . . . . . . . . 108
Displaying call charges (not for U.S.) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Displaying call charges for another telephone (not for U.S.) . . . . . . . . 109
Dialing with call charge assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
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Privacy/security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111
Voice encryption (only for HiPath 2000/3000/5000/OpenOffice EE) . .
Notes on voice encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
User password . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turning ringer cutoff on and off. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deactivating the ring tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do not disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Suppressing your phone number on the called party’s phone . . . . . .
Monitoring a room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trace call: identifying anonymous callers (not for U.S.) . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking the telephone to prevent unauthorized use . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Locking another telephone to prevent unauthorized use . . . . . . . . . .
Saving your PIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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More functions/services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120
Appointments function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving appointments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using timed reminders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Creating and sending a message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing and editing incoming messages. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Leaving an advisory message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting advisory messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the number of waiting calls/overload display . . . . . . . . . . .
Using another telephone like your own for a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a mobile connection at another phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mobility variants. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Logging on to the "guest telephone" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Moving the connection to the next telephone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Logging off the "guest telephone" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fax details and message on answering machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting services and functions
(system-wide cancellation for a telephone) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating functions for another telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using system functions from outside
DISA (direct inward system access) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using functions in ISDN via code dialing (keypad dialing) . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling Connected Computer or
Their Programs/Tel. Data Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Communicating with PC applications over a CSTA interface . . . . . . .
Controlling relays (only for HiPath 3000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sensors (HiPath 33x0/35x0 only). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Radio paging (not for U.S.). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Making calls in the team/executive/secretary
configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line utilization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line seizure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trunk keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering calls with the trunk keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialing with trunk keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Placing a call on hold on a trunk key and retrieving the held call . .
Making calls on multiple lines alternately . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MULAP conference release. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct station selection key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using DSS keys to answer calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling a team member directly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring a call in progress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accepting a call for another team member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forwarding calls on trunks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring calls directly to the executive phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using team functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148
Activating/deactivating a group call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accepting a call for another member of your team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ringing group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Special functions in the LAN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Leaving hunt group/group call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up "follow me" call forwarding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using night answer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ringing group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Controlling relays (only for HiPath 3000) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Opening a door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Individual phone configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .159
Adjusting display settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the display to a comfortable reading angle . . . . . . . . . .
Screensaver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Color scheme. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Lamp brightness for TouchSlider. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set the sensitivity of the TouchGuide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contrast for the OpenStage Key Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting audio settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Volumes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Room character . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting headset port use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ringtone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating/deactivating the ringer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adjusting the volume during a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
En-bloc dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Language for system functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bluetooth settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connecting/disconnecting a Bluetooth device. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Managing Bluetooth devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tone and indication with an unsecured voice connection . . . . . . . . . .
Context menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Closing automatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the automatic display duration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying network information. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phone test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Bluetooth . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .184
Discoverability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Linking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring contacts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Receiving a vCard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a vCard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a Bluetooth headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Testing a Bluetooth headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Data backup to USB memory stick . . . . . . . . . . . . 188
Saving user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring all user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Restoring selected user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking backups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting backups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Differing display view
in a HiPath 4000 environment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193
Web interface. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194
User Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Administrator Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuring settings on the User Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Calling up the Web interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview of the Web interface user menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Fixing problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
Responding to error messages on the screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact partner in the case of problems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Caring for your telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
Overview of functions and codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205
Display icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210
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General information
General information
About this manual
This document contains general descriptions of the technical options,
which may not always be available in individual cases. The respective features must therefore be individually defined in the terms of the contract.
If a particular function on your phone is not available to you, this may be
due to one of the following reasons:
• The function is not configured for you or your telephone. Please contact your system support representative.
• Your communications platform does not feature this function. Please
contact your Siemens sales partner for information on how to upgrade.
This user guide is intended to help you familiarize yourself with OpenStage
and all of its functions. It contains important information on the safe and
proper operation of your OpenStage phone. These instructions should be
strictly complied with to avoid operating errors and ensure optimum use of
your multifunctional telephone in the network.
These instructions should be read and followed by every person installing,
operating or programming an OpenStage phone.
For your own protection, please read the section dealing with safety
in detail. Follow the safety instructions carefully in order to avoid endangering yourself or other persons and to prevent damage to the
unit.
This user guide is designed to be simple and easy to understand, providing
clear step-by-step instructions for operating your OpenStage phone.
Administrative tasks are dealt with in a separate manual. The Quick Reference Guide contains quick and reliable explanations of frequently used
functions.
Service
The Siemens service department can only help you if you experience problems or defects with the phone.
Should you have any questions regarding operation, your specialist
retailer or network administrator will gladly help you.
For queries regarding connection of the telephone, please contact
your network provider.
If you experience problems or defects with the phone, please dial the service number for your country.
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Intended use
The OpenStage phone is a desktop unit designed for voice transmission
and for connection to the LAN. Any other use is regarded as unauthorized.
Telephone type
The identification details (exact product designation and serial number) of
your telephone can be found on the nameplate on the underside of the
base unit. Specific details concerning your communications platform can
be obtained from your service technician.
Please have this information ready when you contact our service department regarding faults or problems with the product.
Voice encryption
Your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G 2 (software release V1 R2.xxxx and later)
supports voice encryption on HiPath 2000 V2, HiPath 3000/5000 V7 (minR
4 and later), and HiPath OpenOffice EE (V1).
This allows you to use your OpenStage to perform tap-proof calls. Voice
transmission is encrypted and data is decrypted at the other call party’s
phone and vice versa.
If "Secure Mode" is enabled on your phone (consult your service personnel), and a connection is established to a phone that does not support
voice encryption, the call is not encrypted and thus unsecured.
Your service personnel can define at the communication system whether
you are notified of unencrypted calls and how Æ page 111.
Speakerphone quality and display legibility
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To ensure good speakerphone quality, the area in front of the telephone
(front right) should be kept clear.
The optimum handsfree distance is 20 in. (50 cm).
Proceed as follows to optimize display legibility:
– Turn the phone to tilt the display. This ensures you have a frontal view
of the display while eliminating light reflexes.
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Multi-line telephone, executive/secretary functions
Your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G is a "multi-line telephone". This means
that your service personnel can configure multiple lines on your phone,
which is not the case with single-line phones. Each line is assigned an individual phone number which you can use to make and receive calls.
The programmable sensor keys function as line keys on multi-line phones
Æ page 140.
When using a multi-line phone to make and receive calls, certain particulars must be taken into account Æ page 141 ff.
The executive-secretary configuration is a special case. This is a multi-line
telephone with special features (e.g. "Ring Transfer" and "Accept call"), configured especially for executive/secretary use Æ page 139 ff.
Team functions
To increase the efficiency of telephony, your service personnel can configure various Team functions such as pickup groups, hunt groups, and call
distribution groups.
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
The following sections describe the most frequently used operating elements and the displays on your OpenStage phone.
The user interface of your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G
The diagram shows an OpenStage 60/60 G, the description applies to all
product variants.
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1 You can make and receive calls as normal using the handset.
2 The large graphic display permits intuitive operation of the phone
Æ page 26.
3 The mode keys allow easy operation of the applications featured on
your telephone. To select a tab within a function press the relevant
key repeatedly until the required tab is displayed Æ page 20.
4 Use the TouchGuide to navigate conveniently through the applications on your telephone Æ page 21.
5 You can customize your telephone by assigning phone numbers and
functions to the programmable sensor keys Æ page 23.
6 The function keys allow you to call up the most frequently used functions during a call (e.g. Disconnect) Æ page 19.
7 Audio keys are also available, allowing you to optimally configure the
audio features on your telephone Æ page 19.
8 The TouchSlider allows you to adjust the current volume (e.g. telephone rings - ringer volume) Æ page 19.
9 Incoming calls are visually signaled via the call display.
10 The keypad can be used to enter phone numbers and text
Æ page 25.
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Ports on the underside of the phone
USB memory stick[1]
PC , (For example,
OpenStage Manager)
Power supply unit
Network switch
Headset
Local
cable type
Port for
key modules
Handset
OpenStage operating features
OpenStage
Display type
80 80 G
Color TFT
60 60 G
Color TFT
640x480
320x240
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Illuminated display
Programmable sensor keys
Full-duplex speakerphone function
Headset
Bluetooth
USB master[1]
10/100 Mbps Ethernet switch Æ page 17
1000 Mbps Ethernet switch Æ page 17
Interface for key modules
Web-based Management (WBM)
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[1] Use an extension cable such as C39195-Z7704-A5 to connect the USB memory stick.
The port is not suitable for USB hubs.
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Using network ports more efficiently
OpenStage 60/80 has a built-in 10/100 Mbps Ethernet switch.
OpenStage 60 G/80 G has a 1000 Mbps Ethernet switch. This means that
you can connect a PC to the LAN directly via the phone. The telephone-PC
connection option must first be activated on the telephone by service personnel.
Network switch
OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G
PC
Using this connection option saves one network port for each switch used
and requires fewer or shorter network cables when arranged correctly.
OpenStage Manager
This program offers an additional option for tailoring your phone to your
personal needs.
OpenStage Manager is suitable for the following models:
• OpenStage 60 (SIP/HFA)
• OpenStage 60 T
• OpenStage 80 (SIP/HFA)
• OpenStage 80 T
• OpenStage 60 G / 80 G (SIP/HFA)
Features
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Phonebook management
Assignment of images to contacts
Synchronization of contacts
Save and restore
Key programming
Screensavers
Ring tones
Contact your service personnel for the latest version of OpenStage
Manager.
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OpenStage Key Module
The OpenStage Key Module is a key module attached to the side of the
phone that provides 12 additional illuminated, programmable keys.
Like keys on the phone, these keys can be programmed and used according to your needs Æ page 23.
The diagram shows an OpenStage Key Module for OpenStage 80/80 G.
You can attach up to two OpenStage Key Modules to your OpenStage 60/
60 G/80/80 G.
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Keys and controls
Function keys
Key
Function when key is pressed
s End (disconnect) call Æ page 50.
r Call forwarding[1] Æ page 80.
q Key currently has no function.
[1] If the LED key flashes on the phone, your phone was configured as a forwarding destination.
Audio controls
Audio keys
Key
Function when key is pressed
n Activate/deactivate the loudspeaker Æ page 46.
o Activate/deactivate headset Æ page 56.
microphone (also for speakerphone mode)
p Activate/deactivate
Æ page 51.
TouchSlider
Similar to the TouchGuide Æ page 21, you can set properties for your telephone, such as the volume, by sliding your finger over the TouchSlider.
Icon used in the manual:
X
The blue illuminated slider control displays the volume setting for the current tone (ring tone, handset tone and loudspeaker tone). You can adjust
the volume by moving the slider left or right.
Set the lamp brightness of the TouchSlider Æ page 163.
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Mode keys
These sensor keys allow you to switch to the required application with the
simple stroke of a key. To select a tab within an application press the relevant key repeatedly until the required tab is displayed.
Key
Function when key is pressed
LED display
t
Display telephony interface
Æ page 34
Blue: Application is active
u
Display phonebooks Æ page 35
Blue: Application is active
w
Display call lists Æ page 38
Blue: Application is active
White: New entry in call list
x
Display messages Æ page 40
Blue: Application is active
White: New voicemail
v
Display user/applications menu
Æ page 41
Blue: Application is active
y
Display Help function Æ page 43 Blue: Application is active
The icons for the mode keys also appear on the display Æ page 32.
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TouchGuide
Before using the telephone, remove the protective covering from
the TouchGuide ring surface.
With this control, you can manage most of your phone’s functions, as well
as its displays.
Operation
Functions when key is pressed
Press c
Press a
In idle mode:
• Open the idle menu Æ page 29
In lists and menus:
• Go to next level
Entry selected:
• Perform action
You can now access a context menu:
• Open the context menu
In lists and menus:
• One level back
Entry selected:
• cancel action
In input fields:
• Delete character to the left of the
cursor
Press d
In lists and menus:
• Scroll down
• Hold down: Jump to the end of the
list/menu
Press b
In lists and menus:
• Scroll up
• Hold down: Jump to the start of
the list/menu
In lists and menus:
Move your finger • Scroll up or down
around the inner In input fields:
• Select a character in the display
wheel W
keyboard Æ page 27
• Set sensitivity Æ page 164.
Entry selected:
• Perform action
Press the i key. • Initiate call
In idle mode:
• Open the idle menu Æ page 29
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Browsing in the call list and phonebook tabs
If you are in the phonebook, you normally navigate between the "Personal"
and "Corporate" tabs using the u key or if you are in the call lists you navigate between the "Missed", "Received", "Dialled" and "Forwarded" tabs using the w key,
Alternatively you can use the TouchGuide to navigate between the tabs.
Firstly enter the tab line using the b key and then browse left or right using the a and c keys.Once you have reached the required tab, press the
d or i key to enter the corresponding selection list.
If you are in one of the phonebook or caller lists or in one of the settings
menu, you are go back to the telephony interface by repeatedly pressing
the a key.
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Programmable sensor keys
Your OpenStage 80/80 G has nine (OpenStage 60/60 G: eight) illuminated
sensor keys. You can assign functions or numbers to them.
Increase the number of programmable sensor keys by connecting a
key module Æ page 18.
Depending on how they are programmed, you can use the sensor keys as:
• Function keys Æ page 89
• Repdial keys Æ page 95
• Procedure keys Æ page 93
You can program internal and external station numbers on the second level for all programmable sensor keys (except the Shift key).
The LED function is not available for internal station numbers on
the second level.
Touch the key to activate the programmed function or dial the stored number.
Press and hold a function key or repdial key to open a menu for programming it. Direct station selection (DSS) keys can only be programmed via
the service menu.
A label indicating the key’s function is displayed to the left of the key; it cannot be changed. You can change the labels for repdial or DSS keys according to your requirements Æ page 96.
The status of a function is shown by the LED on the corresponding sensor
key.
Meaning of LED displays on function keys
LED
Meaning of function key
S Off
The function is deactivated.
R On
The function is activated.
T Flashing[1] Indicates the function status.
[1] In this manual, flashing sensor keys are identified by this icon, regardless of the flashing
interval. The flashing interval represents different statuses, which are described in detail in
the corresponding sections of the manual.
The programmable sensor keys on multi-line phones function as
trunk keys Æ page 140.
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Text input
Example: Changing the key label Æ page 96.
Enter the required characters via the keypad.
Select the functions using the keys d and b.
Confirm your entry with i.
L1 label: Ma
Save
#=Delete Character
Previous
Exit
Characters entered
Save entry
Delete character[1]
[1] Alternatively, press the key #
Character overview (depends on the current language setting)
Key
1x
2x
3x
4x
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b
c
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h
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j
k
l
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m
n
o
6
7
p
q
r
s
8
t
u
v
8
9
w
x
y
z
0
+
.
-
0
*
[2]
#
[3]
[1] Space
[2] Next letter in upper case.
[3] Delete character
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5x
7
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Keypad
Text input
In cases where text input is possible, you can use the keypad to input text,
punctuation and special characters in addition to the digits 0 to 9 and the
hash and asterisk symbols. To do this, press the numerical keys repeatedly.
Example: To enter the letter "h", press the number 4 key on the keypad
twice. When entering the text, all available characters for this key are displayed. After a short while, the character in focus is displayed in the input
field.
To speed up the input, you can confirm your entry by pressing "i"
on the TouchGuide after you have selected the required character.
To enter a digit in an alphanumerical input field, press the relevant
key and hold it down. You no longer need to scroll through the entire
list of possible characters.
Alphabetic labeling of dial keys is also useful when entering vanity numbers (letters associated with the phone number’s digits as indicated on the
telephone spell a name, e.g. 0700 - PATTERN = 0700 - 7288376).
Multi-function keys
Function
*
Long press (key held Turn ringtone on/off
down)
Æ page 113.
#
Turn phone lock on/off
Æ page 117.
Key label Æ page 24 Next letter in upper case. Delete character.
Display keyboard
Æ page 27
Write special characters. Switch between upper
and lower-case text and
number entry.
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Graphic display
Your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G is equipped with a tilt-and-swivel color
display Æ page 16.
Appearance
You can customize your display to suit your personal requirements:
• Angle the display as required Æ page 13.
• Select your preferred display design Æ page 162.
14:27
Dialled
Options g
FR 26.01.07
Received
Paul, Auster
14:27
10:24
FR 26.01.07
Dialled
Options g
Paul, Auster
Received
10:24
123456
Paul, R..
Peter, A..
Anna, S..
Crystal Sea
123456
Paul, R..
Peter, A..
Anna, S..
Warm Grey
Status bar
The time, weekday, date, and your phone number are displayed in the status bar.
In addition, different icons represent different situations and switches:
Icon
Explanation
The ring tone is deactivated Æ page 113
The "Do not disturb" function is activated Æ page 114
The phone lock is activated Æ page 117
The Bluetooth function is activated Æ page 172
A mobility user is logged on to the phone Æ page 126
Save the user data when logged off Æ page 129
The data for the new user is retrievedÆ page 128
Saving user changes Æ page 128
Error during transfer via DLS server Æ page 128
Transfer of caller list is aborted Æ page 129
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Display keyboard
Simple text and characters can also be entered at any time using the
keypad Æ page 25.
Depending on the context, the display keyboard is displayed with different
elements.
Element in focus
Letters, digits, punctuation or special
characters
Function bar
Use the TouchGuide to operate the display keyboard Æ page 21.
Operation
Function
Move your finger around Set the focus on the next/previous element
the wheel
Press i
Select the element in focus (enters the character or performs the function)
Press h
Delete character to the left
Press g
Set focus to
You can select the following functions from the function bar:
Element
Explanation
Switch to upper/lower case characters for first letter of words
(initial letter upper case, all subsequent letters lower case)
Switch to lower case characters
Switch to numeric characters
Switch to punctuation and special characters
Move cursor one character to the right/left
Copy entire content of the active field to the clipboard
Insert clipboard content at cursor position. Existing content is
not overwritten.
Confirm changes
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Character overview (depends on the current language setting)
Key
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
*[2]
#
1x 2x 3x 4x 5x 6x 7x 8x 9x 10x 11x 12x 13x 14x
1
[1]
a
b
c
2
d
e
f
3
g
h
i
4
j
k
l
5
m
n
o
6
ö
p
q
r
s
7
t
u
v
8
ü
w
x
y
z
9
0
+
.
*
#
,
?
ä
ß
!
’
-
(
)
[3]
[1] Space
[2] Additional special characters are available on the display keyboard
[3] Switch between upper and lower-case text and number entry
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@
/
:
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Context-dependent displays
Depending on the situation at hand, the graphic display on your OpenStage
phone displays different content, to which you can respond intuitively.
Idle mode
If there are no calls taking place or settings being made, your OpenStage
is in idle mode.
In addition to the status bar and the programmable sensor key list, the
graphic display offers a wide range of context-dependent displays.
Status bar Æ page 26
Label for the programmable
sensor keys list Æ page 23
Context-dependent displays
Æ page 29
Idle menu
In idle mode, press g on the TouchGuide Æ page 21 to display the idle
menu. You can call up various functions here. The sequence and status of
the entries correspond to the status of the function.
The idle menu may contain the following entries:
• Caller list
• Forwarding on
• Lock phone
• DND on
• Advisory msg. on
• Ringer cutoff on
• Send message
• View callbacks[1]
• Directory
• HF answerback on
• Group call on
• Suppress call ID
• Waiting tone off
• DISA intern
[1] Only appears if callback requests are saved
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Telephony dialogs
The dialogs in the lower area of the display prompt you to input data or provide you with information about the call states.
Example: You dialed the phone number of a contact saved in the phonebook.
Coco, Chanel
220870
Callback
Send message
Information on the connection status and caller
Situation-specific functions
The pop-up menu (Æ page 31) provides functions suited to the situation,
which you can select and confirm using the TouchGuide Æ page 21.
Messages
The messages displayed in the upper left area of the display advise you of
current settings or events.
Example:
• Call forwarding is activated for all calls. All calls are forwarded to the
party named "Coco Chanel"[1].
• You received a message while you were absent.
• A call list contains a new entry
Activated call forwarding
Call list entry
Messages received
Explanation of all message icons:
Icon
Explanation
You have received one or more new messages
One or more new entries have been added to the call lists
Call forwarding is active
[1] The display depends on whether you defined a party from the personal phonebook or the
system phonebook as the forwarding destination.
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Context menus
If the arrow icon g appears next to a selected entry, additional menu levels or selection options are available in the form of a context menu. Navigate through these options using the TouchGuide Æ page 21.
You can set context menus to automatically close in certain situations
(for example, during a connection) Æ page 179. You can also select the display duration Æ page 179.
Dial
Dial
Details
Delete
Send
New contact
First entry (selected when the menu is called
up)
Selected entry
Pop-up window
In certain situations, a pop-up window opens automatically in the lower
third of the display.
Pop-up menu
You will be prompted to use a pop-up menu to select situation-dependant
functions and to confirm them or to make entries.
You can use the TouchGuide to navigate within the pop-up menu
Æ page 21.
Example:
The following pop-up menu opens after you change a setting and press the
h key on your TouchGuide.
Save changes?
Save
Do not save
Pop-up message
Pop-up messages only indicate actions or states for which further action is
not required.
Example:
The following pop-up message appears briefly when you change a setting.
Changes saved successfully
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Getting to know your OpenStage phone
Application tab
In many cases you can select further content within an application using
tabs.
Missed
Icon
Received
Active tab
Arrow icon: Additional tabs
Additional tab
Example: Press the w mode key to open the call lists Æ page 20. Press
this key repeatedly to switch between the various tabs.
The icon displayed to the left of the tab indicates the application you are
currently working in.
Icon
Explanation
Telephony interface Æ page 34
Phonebooks Æ page 35
Call lists Æ page 38
Messages Æ page 40
Menu Æ page 41
Help function Æ page 43
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Applications available on your OpenStage
phone
The following descriptions provide an overview of the various applications
available on your OpenStage phone.
Application navigation
Activating an application
You can switch to the relevant application using the mode keys Æ page 20.
Scrolling through application tabs
If an application has more than one tab, you can press a mode key repeatedly to select the relevant tab Æ page 32.
Scrolling through lists
You can use the TouchGuide to scroll through entries and confirm the functions you want Æ page 21.
Opening context menus
If the arrow g appears beside an entry, a context menu is available for this
entry Æ page 31.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Telephony interface
Additional information is displayed in the telephony interface when your
phone rings, when you dial a number or during a call, for instance.
The same information is available on multi-line telephones for the
selected line in the line overview.
To access the menu: Press the t key.
Example:
Icon indicating call status
Call duration
Current call(s) stored in the
phonebook (where available,
with information)
Chanel, Coco
220870
no answer
Return to held call
Directory
Caller information
System messages
Pop-up menu with situation-dependent options
Icons for frequent call states
Icon
Explanation
The call is active.
The call has been disconnected.
You have placed the call on hold (e.g. consultation hold).
Your call partner has placed the call on hold.
You are conducting a call via a secure connection.
You are conducting a call via an unsecured connection.
Detailed descriptions of the various functions can be found in the
sections "Making calls – basic functions" Æ page 45 and "Making
calls – enhanced phone functions" Æ page 56.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Phonebooks
In addition to the personal phonebook, this application contains entries
from other directory services such as an LDAP corporate directory and the
company’s internal phonebook.
To access the menu: Press the u key until the required tab is active.
Example:
Tab
Personal
Corporate
Options g
Bernoulli, Daniel
Additional options for processing the phonebook in
the context menu
Bohr, Niels
Chadwick, James
Curie, Marie
Contacts
Einstein, Albert
Faraday, Michael
Watt, James
Further entries are available
Phonebook icons
Icon
Explanation
Primary business number
Secondary business number
Mobile phone number
Private phone number
The phone number is not saved in the personal phonebook.
Search contacts
When in the phonebook or directory list view, press the keypad key that
corresponds to the first letter of your search term.
A field opens for you to enter the search term:
A
ABC2
Enter your search term using the keypad Æ page 25.
The cursor jumps to the first entry in the list that matches the character you
entered in the search field.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Personal phonebook
The "Personal" tab contains your personal phonebook. You can store up to
1000 contacts in this phonebook. The entries are sorted in alphabetical order in the phonebook list and displayed with the icon for the specified default phone number.
There are two ways of creating new contacts:
• Via the phonebook list context menu Æ page 98
• Accept entry from LDAP search Æ page 104
Contact details
The type of data displayed for a call in the telephony interface Æ page 34
is dependent on the information you have stored for the contact in your
personal phonebook.
A contact consists of the entry in the "First name" or "Last name" fields and
at least one phone number Æ page 98.
In addition, you can store non-telephony-specific data (e.g. address, function, etc.) for each entry.
You can store several phone numbers for each contact. In this case, however, you should define a preferred number Æ page 98.
Classify your contacts into groups Æ page 102.
Store a picture of the contact Æ page 99.
Managing contacts
All saved contacts are listed in alphabetical order in the "Personal" tab.
You can use the "Options" context menu to
• create new contacts Æ page 98
• define contact display format Æ page 101
• sort contacts into groups Æ page 102
• delete the entire phonebook list Æ page 101
To manage your contact data professionally and to synchronize your
data with the Outlook e-mail program, we recommend using
OpenStage Manager Æ page 17.
Using contacts
The following functions are available via the context menu of a selected
contact:
• Calling a contact Æ page 60
• Editing a contact Æ page 100
• Deleting a contact Æ page 101
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
LDAP directory
If you have access to an LDAP directory (contact the responsible service
personnel), you can search contacts in a company-wide directory.
Both a simple and an advanced search function are available for this in the
"Corporate" tab. You can transfer any entries found to your local phonebook.
Searching for a contact
• Searching for an entry Æ page 104
Using a contact
• Call contact Æ page 62
• Importing an entry into the personal phonebook Æ page 104
System phonebook
The "System" tab contains the central speed-dial directory, which is configured and maintained by your service personnel. This directory contains all
internal phone numbers and speed-dial numbers that were assigned a
name.
• Dialing from the system phonebook Æ page 62
• Dialing with system speed-dial numbers Æ page 63
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Call lists
All calls and numbers dialed on your phone are logged in chronological order in call lists.
Callers with suppressed numbers cannot be saved in the call lists.
The following call lists are displayed individually on separate tabs:
• "Missed" tab: missed calls
• "Received" tab: answered calls
• "Dialled" tab: dialed numbers
Callers with suppressed numbers cannot be saved in the call lists.
When new entries are added to the call lists, a message appears
(Æ page 30) on the idle display and the LED of the mode key w
(Æ page 20) lights up white.
To access the menu: Press the w key until the required tab is active.
Managing call lists
Each call list may contain up to 30 entries. Once this limit is reached, the
oldest entry in the log is deleted.
Multiple calls from the same number are only listed once. The number of
call attempts is logged in the "Details" context menu.
Example: "Missed" tab
Missed
Received
Options
Bernoulli, Daniel g
18.10.
Additional tabs
Selected new entry with
context menu
Date of call
Number of call attempts
Curie, Marie
18.10.
Bohr, Niels
17.10.
Old entry
You can select the following function in the "Options" context menu:
• Delete all Æ page 106
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Example: "Dialled" tab
Additional tabs
Missed
Dialled
Options
Coco, Chanel g
12.07.
220870
(3)
Selected entry with
context menu
Date of call
Number of call attempts
The following functions are available via the context menu of a selected entry:
• Dial Æ page 60
• Details Æ page 106
• Delete Æ page 106
• Transfer entry to personal phonebook Æ page 107
Entry details
Up to ten call attempts/calls can be stored under "Details" for each entry.
Example: entry in the "Missed" tab
Information from the
phonebook
1238765341 g
12.07
10:56
10.07
08:04
Entries, sorted by most
recent
Time
Date
Example: entry in the "Dialled" tab
Information from the
phonebook
220870 g
12.07
10:56
2:14
Call duration
Time
Date
In this view, the context menu contains the following entry:
• Dial Æ page 60
If a caller is already entered as a contact in the local phonebook, the
stored data is displayed.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Mailbox
Depending on the type and configuration of your communications platform
(contact the relevant service personnel), messages from services such as
HiPath Xpressions are displayed in this application in addition to messages
received.
The following messages are displayed individually on separate tabs:
• "Messages" tab: Messages
• "Voice Mail" tab: Voicemail
Messages
You can send short text messages to individual internal stations or groups.
In idle mode (Æ page 29) the following signals alert you to the presence of
new messages:
•
•
x key LED illuminates
Display Æ page 30.
To access the menu: Press the x key until the "Messages" tab is active.
Example:
Messages
Voice Mail
Msg. from: Coco, Chanel
Message sent
Call sender
Delete
Exit
Information on the sender
Functions
For a description of how to edit the entries Æ page 122.
Voicemail
If your telephone is connected to a voicemail system (such as Entry Voice
Mail), the Mailbox key will also light up to alert you to any messages that
have arrived.
An appropriate message also appears on the display (for instance, in Entry
Voice Mail: "<x> new messages").
To play back your voicemail, follow the instructions on the display.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Menu
This menu includes a configuration area for users and administrators, as
well as an area for any available applications (contact service personnel).
To access the menu: Press the v key.
Settings
Applications
XML applications[1]
Service Menu
User
User menu, open
Audio
Configuration
Phone
Security
Network information
Admin
[1] This function is not yet available.
Password-protected
administration area
Additional menu levels are
available
Settings – Service Menu
Open the Program/Service menu in your communication system and use
the comprehensive functions it offers.
To access the menu: Press the v key until the "Settings" tab is active.
Confirm the "Service Menu" entry by pressing i.
An overview of the maximum functions available can be found at
Æ page 205.
Settings – telephone user menu
Here you can configure settings for your OpenStage.
To access the menu: Press the v key until the "Settings" tab is active.
Select and confirm the "User" entry using the TouchGuide Æ page 21.
If necessary, enter the user password Æ page 112.
The menu structure comprises several levels.
You can also configure some of the settings using the Web interface
(Æ page 196) on your OpenStage.
Go to the page references next to the menu entries below to view
descriptions of the corresponding parameters.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Audio
Optimize the volumes, audio settings and ring tones of your OpenStagefor
your environment and according to your personal requirements.
Volumes
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 166.
Settings
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 167.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Configuration
Call forwarding
Set up call forwarding for your telephone.
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 80.
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 166
Context menu
V
Define whether context menus should close automatically, and define the
display duration.
Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 179.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Bluetooth
Prepare your phone for Bluetooth operation.
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 172.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Phone
Adjust the display design settings and program the sensor keys on your
OpenStage.
Backup/Restore
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 190.
Screensaver
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 159.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Display
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 159.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Key programming
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 89.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Security
Protect your settings and data by assigning a password.
V Adjust the settings on your telephone Æ page 112.
z Make settings via the Web interface Æ page 196.
Network information
View status information for the network environment.
V Viewing settings on your telephone Æ page 181.
Reset user data
Delete all personal settings here Æ page 182.
Settings – administration
You can access the administration area via the "Admin" menu and by entering the administration password.
Refer to the administration manual for your phone for more detailed information on this topic.
Applications[1]
In the "Applications" tab, you can start a number of practical XML applications. These XML applications must first be configured by your service personnel.
Help function
You can call up the "Help" function at any time, even during a call.
Calling up the "Help" function
Press y. The "Help" function is activated.
[1] This function is not yet available.
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Applications available on your OpenStage phone
Control and monitoring function
A control or monitoring function can be activated on your phone for service
purposes by remote maintenance.
Control function
Service personnel have the option to activate and deactivate features of
the phone via remote maintenance. During maintenance the handset, microphone, loudspeaker and headset are deactivated. You are additionally
informed on the display that the control function is active.
Monitoring function
In order to detect malfunctioning of a phone for example, the service personnel install a monitoring function. You can use your phone as normal during monitoring. However you will first be informed about the operation
with a message on the display and prompted to allow monitoring.
If service personnel have activated a function on your phone, which continuously transmits operating data to a server, you will see the flashing
icon
in the upper display line.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Basic functions
Please read the introductory chapters "Getting to
know your OpenStage phone" Æ page 15 and
"Applications available on your OpenStage
phone" Æ page 33 carefully before performing
any of the steps described here on your phone.
Answering a call
Your OpenStage phone rings with the tone signal set
when an incoming call is received. The call is also visually signaled on the call display.
• When you receive an internal call, your telephone
rings once every four seconds (single-tone sequence).
• When you receive an external call, your telephone
rings twice in rapid succession every four seconds
(dual-tone sequence).
• When you receive a call from the entrance telephone, your telephone rings three times in rapid
succession every four seconds (triple-tone sequence).
• If a call is waiting, you hear a short tone (beep) every
six seconds.
Your service personnel can adjust the ring cadence for external and internal calls for you.
In other words, different ring cadences can be
set for different internal callers.
If transmitted, calling party information (name, phone
number) appears on the graphic display.
An incoming call will interrupt any ongoing telephone setting operations.
Answering a call via the handset
^
The phone is ringing. The caller is displayed.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Lift the handset.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Answering a call via the loudspeaker
(speakerphone mode)
Suggestions for using speakerphone mode
• Tell the other party that speakerphone mode is active.
• Adjust the call volume while speakerphone mode is
active.
• The ideal distance between the user and the phone
in speakerphone mode is about 50 cm.
The phone is ringing. The caller is displayed.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
n Press the key shown. The LED lights up.
or
Answer
Confirm.
The speakerphone function is activated.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
Ending a call
n Press the key shown. The LED goes out.
or
s Press the key shown.
Accepting a call via the headset
Prerequisite: A headset is connected.
Make sure your headset port is set up properly
Æ page 168.
The phone rings. The o key flashes.
o Press the key shown.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Switching to speakerphone mode
People present in the room can participate in your call.
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call via the handset.
n] Hold down the key and replace the handset. Then re-
lease the key and proceed with your call.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
U.S. mode
n
]
If your communication system is set to US mode (contact your service personnel), you do not have to hold
down the speaker key when replacing the handset
when switching to speakerphone mode.
Press the key shown.
Replace the handset. Proceed with your call.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
Switching to the handset
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call in speakerphone mode.
^ Lift the handset.
n The LED key goes out.
Open listening
People present in the room can silently monitor your
call.
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call via the handset.
Activating
n Press the key shown. The LED lights up.
Deactivating
n Press the lit key. The LED goes out.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Making calls
Off-hook dialing
^ Lift the handset.
j Internal calls: Enter the station number.
External calls: Enter the external code and the station
number.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
The called party does not answer or is busy
\ Replace the handset.
En-bloc dialing
If "en-bloc dialing" (Æ page 171) is activated, the connection to the entered number is only set up when you
have confirmed "Dial".
j Internal: Enter the station number.
External calls: Enter the external code and the station
number.
if nec. h Delete existing characters.
Dial
Confirm. The connection is set up.
n The speaker key lights up. The party you are calling answers via loudspeaker. You can use speakerphone mode.
You can pick up the handset before or after dialing.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
On-hook dialing
j Internal calls: Enter the station number.
External calls: Enter the external code and the station
number.
Your system may also be programmed so that
you have to press the "internal" key before you
dial an internal number.
To call an external party, you have to enter an external code before dialing the party’s telephone
number (Prime Line is not active; contact your
service personnel).
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
The other party answers with speaker:
^ Lift the handset.
or On-hook dialing: Speakerphone mode.
The called party does not answer or is busy:
n Press the key shown. The LED goes out.
Dialing with the headset connected
Prerequisite: The headset is connected.
j Internal calls: Enter the station number.
External calls: Enter the external code and the station
number.
o The headset key lights up.
The connection is established as soon as your input is
complete.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Make sure your headset port is set up properly
Æ page 168.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Dialing with DDS keys
Prerequisite: You have saved a number on a sensor key
Æ page 95.
S Press the programmable repdial key.
If the required phone number is on a different level, first
press the programmed sensor key "Layer X" to shift levels.
You can press the DDS key during a call and automatically initiate a callback Æ page 52.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Ending a call
\ Replace the handset.
s Press the key shown.
or
n Press the key shown.
Rejecting a call
The phone is ringing. The caller is displayed.
Reject call
Select and confirm the option shown.
The connection is cleared down. The caller receives the
message "Currently not possible".
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Turning the microphone on and off
To prevent the other party from listening in while you
consult with someone in your office, you can temporarily switch off the handset microphone or the handsfree
microphone. You can also switch on the handsfree microphone to answer an announcement via the
Æ page 57 telephone speaker.
Prerequisite: A connection is set up, the microphone is
activated.
p Press the key shown. The LED lights up.
or
p Press the lit key. The LED goes out.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Calling a second party (consultation)
You can call a second party while a call is in progress.
The first party is placed on hold.
if nec. g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Consultation
Confirm.
j Call the second party.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Returning to the first party
Return to held call
Confirm.
or
Quit and return
Select and confirm the option shown.
Switching to the held party (alternating)
Toggle/Connect
Select and confirm the option shown.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Initiating a three-party conference
Conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
If voice encryption is not active or not available
on a conference party’s phone, the entire conference is unsecured. If necessary, more information about unsecured connections is available
here: Æ page 111.
Joining calling parties from a conference
Leave conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
For more information on conferences, see
Æ page 72.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Transferring a call
If the person you are speaking to wants to talk to another colleague of yours, you can transfer the call that colleague.
if nec. g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Consultation
Confirm.
j Enter the number of the party to which you want to
transfer the call.
[ Announce the call, if necessary.
\ Replace the handset.
or
Transfer
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Using callback
You can request a callback if the station called is busy or
if nobody answers. This feature saves you from having
to make repeated attempts to reach the user.
You receive a callback,
• When the other party is no longer busy,
• When the user who did not answer has conducted
another call.
When configured (contact your service personnel), all callback requests are automatically deleted over night.
Storing a callback
Prerequisite: You have reached a busy line or no one
answers.
Callback
Confirm.
Accepting a callback
Prerequisite: A callback was saved. Your telephone
rings. "Callback: ..." appears on the display.
^ Lift the handset.
or
n Press the key shown. The LED lights up.
or
Answer
Confirm.
Z You hear a ring tone.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
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Basic functions
Step by Step
Viewing and deleting a stored callback
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
View callbacks
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
Next callback
Select and confirm to display additional entries.
Deleting a displayed entry
Delete
Confirm.
Ending retrieval
Exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
n Press the key shown. The LED goes out.
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Enhanced phone functions
Answering calls
Accepting calls via the Headset
Prerequisite: You have connected a headset or are
using a Bluetooth headset Æ page 187.
Make sure your headset port is set up properly
Æ page 168.
o The LED flashes when a call is received.
Press the key shown.
or
Answer
Confirm.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Ending a call
o Press the key shown. The LED goes out.
or
s Press the key shown. The LED goes out.
Answering a call for another phone
You hear another telephone ring.
T Press the flashing key.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Pickup - directed
Select and confirm the option shown.
Answer
Confirm.
or
j If you know the number of the telephone that is ringing,
enter it directly.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Accepting a call in a team Æ page 148.
Using the speakerphone
A colleague addresses you directly over the speaker
with a speaker call. You hear a tone before the announcement. The other party’s name or station number
appears on the screen.
You can conduct the call with the handset or in speakerphone mode.
^ Lift the handset and answer the call.
or
Mute off
Press the "OK" key to confirm your selection and answer
the call.
or
n Press the key and answer the call.
If "handsfree answerback" is enabled (see below), you do not need to switch on the microphone - you can answer directly. You can answer
immediately in speakerphone mode.
If handsfree answerback is disabled (default setting), follow the procedure described above.
Placing a speaker call to a colleague Æ page 65.
Enabling and disabling handsfree answerback
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
HF answerback on
Select and confirm the option shown
or
HF answerback off
select and confirm the option shown.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Answering calls from the entrance telephone
and opening the door
If an entrance telephone has been programmed, you
can use your telephone to speak to someone at the entrance telephone and to activate a door opener.
If you have the proper authorization (contact your service personnel), you can activate the door opener, enabling visitors to open the door themselves by entering
a 5-digit code (using a DTMF transmitter or the keypad
installed).
Speaking to visitors via the entrance telephone
Prerequisite: Your telephone rings.
^ Lift the handset within 30 seconds. You are connected
or
to the entrance telephone immediately.
^ Lift the handset and answer the call.
j Dial the entrance telephone number.
Opening the door from your telephone during a call
from the entrance telephone
Open door
Confirm.
Opening the door from your telephone without
calling the entrance telephone
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Open door
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Dial the entrance telephone number.
Special features must be taken into consideration if your telephone operates with
HiPath 5000 (system networking via PC network) Æ page 158!
Opening the door with a code (at the door)
j After ringing the bell, enter the five-digit code (using the
keypad or a DTMF transmitter). Depending on how the
door opener has been programmed, a doorbell call signal may or may not be forwarded.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Activating the door opener
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Door opener on
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Dial the entrance telephone number.
j Confirm the five-digit code to change the code.
or
3=change password
Select the displayed function and press the "OK" dialog
key to change the code.
1=enable with ring
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
2=enable w/o ring
Select and confirm the option shown. You can also open
the door without a doorbell ring.
Deactivating the door opener
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Door opener off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Accepting a call from an answering machine
Prerequisite: An answering machine is configured
(consult your service personnel).
x The LED lights up. Press the key shown.
For a more detailed description of how this function
works, see Æ page 40.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Making calls
Redialing from a call list
For information about the call lists as well as sample entries, refer to Æ page 38.
w Press the key until the call list you want is active.
Niels, Bohr g
18.10.
Select and confirm the entry you want.
The phone number is dialed immediately.
or
g Open the context menu.
Dial
Confirm.
The phone number is dialed.
or
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
g Open the context menu.
Dial
Confirm.
The phone number is dialed.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Using a personal phonebook
For information about the personal phonebook as well
as sample entries, refer to Æ page 35. For a description
of how to create contacts, see Æ page 98.
Calling a contact from the phonebook list
u Press the key shown until the "Personal" tab is active.
Search for a contact Æ page 35
or
Niels, Bohr g
Select with the TouchGuide.
i Confirm. The phone number defined as the default
number (Æ page 98) is dialed.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
or
g Open the context menu.
Dial
Select and confirm the required phone number using
the icons.
Explanation of the icons Æ page 35.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Calling a contact from a group
u Press the key shown until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Select and confirm the option shown.
g Open the context menu.
Groups
Select and confirm the option shown.
VIP g
Select the required group.
g Open the context menu.
View
Confirm.
Niels, Bohr g
Select group member.
i Confirm. The phone number defined as the default
or
number (Æ page 98) is dialed.
g Open the context menu.
Dial
Select and confirm the required phone number using
the icons.
Explanation of the icons Æ page 35.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Using a system phonebook
For information about the system phonebook, see
Æ page 37.
u Press the key shown until the "System" tab is active.
or
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Directory
1=internal
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. If the system phonebook contains multiple directories:
Confirm.
Search for a contact Æ page 35
or
Marie, Curie g
Select with the TouchGuide.
i Confirm. The phone number is dialed immediately.
or
g Open the context menu.
Call
Select and confirm the option shown.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Using the LDAP directory
For information about the LDAP directory, refer to
Æ page 37.
Prerequisite: You searched for and selected a contact
in an LDAP database (Æ page 104).
Isaac, Newton g
Confirm; the phone number is dialed immediately.
or
g Open the context menu.
Dial
Confirm.
or
Call
Select and confirm the option shown.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Making calls using system speed-dial numbers
Prerequisite: You know the system speed-dial numbers (consult your service personnel).
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Use speed dialing
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter a three-digit speed-dial number.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
if nec. Suffix-dialing
j If necessary, you can suffix-dial additional digits
(for example, the user’s extension) at the end of the
saved station number.
If this feature is configured, a suffix is automatically dialed (for example, "0" for the exchange) if no entries are
made within 4 or 5 seconds.
Dialing with speed-dial keys
v
Use speed dialing
Prerequisite: You have configured speed-dial keys
Æ page 63.
Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Select and confirm the option shown.
* Press the key shown.
j Press the required speed-dial key.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Configure a speed-dial key
You can program the keys 0 to 9 with
ten frequently used phone numbers.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations g
Confirm.
Change Speed Dial
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
* Press the key shown.
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
j Press the required speed-dial key. If the key is already in
use, the programmed phone number appears on the
screen.
Change
Confirm.
j First enter the external code and then the external station number.
Save
Confirm.
or If you make a mistake
previous
Select and confirm the option shown.
This deletes all entered digits.
Confirm.
Next
or
Change
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Exit
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Talking to your colleague with a speaker call
You can make a loudspeaker announcement through a
loudspeaker if connected (ask your service personnel),
or to an internal user with a system telephone without
any action on their part.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Speaker call
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the station number.
Responding to a speaker call Æ page 57.
Talking to your colleague with discreet calling
If this function has been configured (ask your service
personnel), you can join an ongoing call conducted by
an internal user at a system telephone with display.
You can listen in unnoticed and speak to the internal
user without being overheard by the other party (discreet calling).
^ Lift the handset.
*945 Enter the code.
j Enter your internal station number.
Your service personnel can protect your telephone against discreet calling.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Automatic connection setup/hotline
If this function is configured (contact your service personnel), the system automatically sets up a connection
to a preset internal or external destination.
^ Lift the handset.
Depending on the setting, the connection is either set
up immediately or only after a preset period of time
(hotline after a timeout).
Reserving a trunk
If configured (ask your service personnel), you can reserve an occupied trunk for yourself.
When the line is free, you receive a call and a note on
the display.
Prerequisite: "Currently busy" appears on the display.
Reserve trunk
Confirm.
Reserved line is free
Z Your telephone rings. "Trunk is free" appears on the display.
^ Lift the handset.
Z You will hear the dial tone.
j Enter the external phone number.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Assigning a station number (not for U.S.)
v
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can selectively assign a specific
number (DID number) to your telephone before making
an external call. The assigned number then appears on
the called party’s display.
Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Temporary MSN
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the DID number you wish to use.
j Enter the external phone number.
Associated dialing/dialing aid
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can use a dialing aid to dial numbers and set up calls for your telephone.
The operating procedure depends on whether the dialing aid is connected to the S0 bus or the a/b (T/R) port.
You can also use your system telephone as a dialing aid
for other telephones.
Dialing aid on the S0 bus:
On the PC, select a destination and start dialing.
^ The speaker on your telephone is switched on. Lift the
handset when the other party answers.
Dialing aid at the a/b (T/R) port:
On the PC, select a destination and start dialing.
"Lift the handset" appears on the PC screen.
^ Lift the handset.
Associated dialing from your telephone for another
telephone
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Associated dial
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the internal station number ("Dial for:").
j Enter the number you wish to dial.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
During a call
Using call waiting (second call)
You can be reached by a caller even if you are already
conducting a call. The call waiting tone signals a second
call.
You can ignore or accept the second call.
When you accept the waiting call, you can either end
the first call or place it on hold and resume the call later
on.
You can block the second call or the signal tone
(Æ page 69).
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call and hear the
camp-on tone (approximately every six seconds).
Ending the first call and answering the second call
\ Replace the handset. Your telephone rings.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
^ Answer the second call. Lift the handset.
Placing the first call "on hold" and answering the
second call
Call waiting
Select and confirm the option shown.
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
You are immediately connected to the second caller.
The first party is placed on hold.
Ending the second call and resuming the first one
Quit and return
Confirm.
or
\ Replace the handset. "Recall" appears on the display.
^ Lift the handset.
You are reconnected with the first party.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Preventing and allowing a second call
(call waiting)
If this function has been configured (ask your service
personnel), you can prevent or allow a second call
Æ page 68 from being signaled by automatic camp-on
during an ongoing call.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Select and confirm the option shown[1],
Call wait.trm.off
or
Call wait.term.on
select and confirm the option shown.
Activating/deactivating the camp-on tone
You can suppress the camp-on tone (every six seconds)
for external calls. A one-time special dial tone then
alerts you to the waiting call.
Activating the call waiting tone
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Waiting tone on
Select and confirm the option shown.
Deactivating the call waiting tone
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Waiting tone off
Select and confirm the option shown.
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Parking a call
You can park up to ten calls, either internal, external, or
both. Parked calls can be displayed on and picked up
from another telephone. This feature is useful if you
want to continue a call at another phone.
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Park a call
Select and confirm the option shown.
0 ... 9 Enter the number of the park slot (0 - 9) and make a note
of it. If the park slot number you entered is not displayed, it is already in use; enter another one.
Retrieving a parked call
Prerequisite: One or more calls have been parked. The
phone is idle.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Retrieve call
Select and confirm the option shown.
0 ... 9 Enter the park slot number you noted earlier.
If the park slot number you enter is not in use, you cannot retrieve the call.
If a parked call is not picked up, after a specific period of time the call is returned to the telephone
from where it was parked (recall).
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Placing an external call on hold
If you have programmed a hold key on your phone
Æ page 89, you can put external calls on hold.
Then all other stations can accept the call on the assigned trunk.
S Press the "Hold" key.
Held on line: 801
The message of the relevant trunk appears (e.g. 801)
and note the trunk number.
If available, the LED of the assigned trunk key flashes
slowly.
if nec.
\ or s Replace the handset or press the key shown.
Depending on the configuration, this may be necessary
so other members can also pick up the call on hold.
Picking up a held call:
Prerequisite: One or more calls are on hold. The phone
is idle.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Retrieve line
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
S If the "Retrieve" key is available Æ page 89, press it.
j Enter the noted trunk number.
or
T If there is a "Line:" key available for the relevant trunk, it
flashes slowly. Press the key shown.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Conducting a conference
In a conference call, you can talk to as many as four other parties at the same time. These may be internal or
external users.
You can only add parties to or remove them from
a conference if you initiated the conference.
[ You are conducting a call.
if nec. g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Start conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Call a third party.
if nec. If the third party does not answer:
Return to held call
Confirm.
Inform this party that you are initiating a conference.
Conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
Z A tone sounds every 30 seconds to indicate that a conference is in progress.
If voice encryption is not active or not available
on a conference party’s phone, the entire conference is unsecured. If necessary, more information about unsecured connections is available
here: Æ page 111.
Adding up to five parties to a conference
if nec. g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Add party
Confirm.
j Call the new party.
Conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
Removing parties from the conference
W Select a station.
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Remove party
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
If a participant that was connected to the conference via an unencrypted line leaves, the conference remains unsecured.
Ending a conference
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
End conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
\ Replace the handset, if this feature is configured (contact your service personnel).
Removing a party from a conference
W Select a station.
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Drop last conf. party
Select and confirm the option shown.
Leaving a conference
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Leave conference
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
\ Replace the handset, if this feature is configured (contact your service personnel).
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Activating tone dialing/DTMF suffix-dialing
You can transmit dual-tone multifrequency (DTMF) signals to control devices such as an answering machine
or automatic information system.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
DTMF dialing
Select and confirm the option shown.
j You can use the keys 0 through 9, ) and
( to transmit DTMF signals.
Ending the call also deactivates DTMF suffix dialing.
Your system may be configured so that you can
start DTMF suffix-dialing immediately after setting up a connection.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Recording a call
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
record an ongoing call.
Prerequisite: You are on a call, the "Recording" key is
configured Æ page 89.
S Press the "Recording" key. The LED lights up.
You and the other party hear an acoustic announcement, indicating that recording has started, and an
acoustic signal is emitted approx. every 15 seconds during the entire recording session.
During recording, it is not possible to add further
call parties.
Stopping recording
R Press the illuminated "Recording" key. The LED goes
out.
Listening to a recording
Playback of the recording depends on the voice recording system used (see the associated user guide).
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Transferring a call after a speaker call
announcement in a group
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can use a speaker call (announcement, Æ page 148) to announce a call in progress to a
group of users Æ page 65.
After a member of the group has accepted the call request, you can transfer the waiting party.
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call.
Consultation
Confirm. The other party is placed on hold.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Speaker call
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the group’s station number.
[ Announce the call.
When a member of the group accepts the call
Æ page 57, you are connected to this party.
\ Replace the handset.
or
Transfer
Select and confirm the option shown.
If the connection between the two other parties is
not established within 45 seconds, the call from
the first part returns to you (recall).
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Sending a trunk flash
To activate ISDN-type services and features through the
network carrier’s analog trunks or those of other communications platforms (such as "consultation hold"), you
must send a signal to the trunks before dialing the service code or telephone number.
Prerequisite: You have set up an external connection.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Trunk flash
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the service code and/or telephone number.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
If you cannot reach a destination
Call waiting (camp-on)
Prerequisite: You have dialed an internal number and
hear a busy signal. It is important that you reach the
called party.
Camp-on
Wait (approx. 5 seconds) until "Camp-on" appears on the
display and the busy tone is followed by the ring tone.
The called party can then respond Æ page 68.
The called party can prevent automatic call waiting Æ page 69.
If this feature is configured (contact your service
personnel), you will hear the ring tone and the
message "Camp-on" is immediately displayed.
Busy override – joining a call in progress
This function is only possible if configured by your service personnel.
Prerequisite: You have dialed an internal number and
hear a busy signal. It is important that you reach the
called party.
Override
Select and confirm the option shown.
The called party and person to whom this party is talking hear an alerting tone every two seconds.
If the called party has a system telephone with display,
the following appears on the screen: "Override: (Number or name)".
You can now start talking.
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Enhanced phone functions
Step by Step
Using night answer
When night answer mode is active, for example during
a lunch break or after office hours, all external calls are
immediately forwarded to a specific internal telephone
(night station). The night station can be defined by service personnel ( standard night answer service) or by
you ( temporary night answer service).
Activating
Night answer on
Select and confirm the option shown.
*=default
Press the "OK" dialog key to confirm ( standard night answer service).
or
j Enter the destination number (temporary night answer
service).
Save
Confirm.
Deactivating
Night answer off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Service personnel can also configure an "automatic
night answer service". The automatic night answer service activates at specific times for your telephone depending on how it is programmed.
You can deactivate the automatic night answer service or
replace it with a night answer service you configured.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Call forwarding
You can immediately forward internal or external calls to
different internal or external telephones (destinations).
(An external destination requires special configuration
in the system.)
Select your preferred method:
• "Call forwarding key" Æ page 81
• "Activating call forwarding via the Program/Service
menu" Æ page 84
You can program additional call forwarding instructions
via the Program/Service menu, "Using system forwarding instructions" Æ page 86.
When call forwarding is active, a special dial tone
sounds when you lift the handset.
If DID DTMF is active (contact your service personnel), you can also forward calls to this destination.
The call forwarding key Æ page 19 flashes if you
are a call forwarding destination.
Active call forwarding indication
r
An active call forwarding instruction is indicated on the
display when your phone is idle Æ page 29:
The LED lights up.
The call forwarding icon, the station number and, where
applicable, the name of the forwarding destination are
displayed on the first line below the status bar.
The name of the party is used if stored in the phonebook.
220870 Dalai Lama
If call forwarding is activated for internal or external calls,
the number is preceded by the abbreviation "INT" or "EXT".
INT Dalai, Lama
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Overview of call forwarding types
Different input masks are displayed depending on how
you program call forwarding (call forwarding key
Æ page 81 or Program/Service menu Æ page 84). The
entries in the relevant menus correspond as explained in
the following table:
Call forwarding key
Variable: All calls
Program/Service menu
1=all calls
All calls are forwarded, the saved phone number is deleted after deactivation.
Variable: External calls
2=external calls only
Only external calls are forwarded.
Variable: Internal calls
3=internal calls only
Only internal calls are forwarded.
Call forwarding key
r The call forwarding key offers a quick way to activate/deactivate call forwarding instructions Æ page 84 and
open the "Forwarding" page where you can edit these
instructions Æ page 81.
Editing call forwarding instructions
Press the call forwarding key to open the "Forwarding"
page. It provides an overview of all call forwarding types
Æ page 81.
You can select a call forwarding type here and set station numbers as forwarding destinations.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
r Press the key quickly. The LED lights up.
Edit call forwarding
Select and confirm the option shown.
The "Forwarding" page opens.
Select a call forwarding type Æ page 81
Variable: All calls g
i Confirm the option shown to enter a forwarding destior
nation directly Æ page 82.
g Enter the station number via a context menu
Æ page 82.
The forwarding destination is automatically deleted
when call forwarding is deactivated Æ page 85.
All changes made here take effect immediately
after a short timeout.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Editing forwarding destinations
Entering a station number directly
Prerequisite: The cursor is in a station number input
field.
2208|
j Enter the station number.
W
or
Select and confirm the option shown to insert the station number just copied Æ page 82.
W
Select and confirm the option shown.
Entering a station number via a context menu
g
Enter destination
Prerequisite: You selected a call forwarding type
Æ page 81.
Open the context menu.
Select and confirm the option shown.
W
j Enter the station number.
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Paste
Select and confirm the option shown to insert the station number just copied Æ page 82.
or
220870
Select and confirm a forwarding destination in the list of
favorites Æ page 83.
Copying a station number
Prerequisite: The cursor is in an input field that contains a station number:
W
Select and confirm the option shown to copy the station
number.
The station number copied remains in the clipboard until you copy another station number or
you finish editing call forwarding.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Saving a station number as a favorite for call forwarding
You can save up to five station numbers as favorites.
These station numbers then appear in the context
menu when you are programming a call forwarding destination.
If you use a station number for a contact that is already
stored in the personal phonebook, the submenu for the
call forwarding type selected shows the relevant name
with the appropriate icon rather than the station number.
Example:
, Lama
Dalai, Lama
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
r Press the key shown.
Edit call forwarding
Select and confirm the option shown.
The "Forwarding" page opens.
Variable: All calls g
Select a call forwarding instruction of your choice.
g Open the context menu.
Edit favorites
Select and confirm the option shown.
The "Edit favorite numbers" page opens. Existing station
numbers are displayed.
Select and confirm the station number input field,
e.g. "1".
j Enter the station number Æ page 82.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Save & exit
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Forwarding express activation for "all calls"
r Press the key quickly. The LED lights up.
j Enter the forwarding destination Æ page 82.
Set forwarding
Confirm.
or The last forwarding destination saved for "all calls" is the
first entry in the pop-up menu:
Dalai, Lama
Select and confirm the option shown.
Call forwarding is now active for all calls. The forwarding
destination is automatically deleted when call forwarding is deactivated Æ page 85.
Activating call forwarding via the
Program/Service menu
Configuration via the Program/Service menu
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Special features must be taken into consideration if your telephone operates with
HiPath 5000 (system networking via PC network) Æ page 154!
Forwarding on
Select and confirm the option shown.
1=all calls
Confirm.
or
2=external calls only
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
3=internal calls only
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the destination number.
Save
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Confirm.
Call forwarding
Step by Step
Deactivating call forwarding
r Press the lit key. The LED goes out.
or
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Forwarding off
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Using system forwarding instructions
Call forwarding no reply (CFNR)
Calls that are not answered after three rings (=default,
can be adjusted by service personnel) or that are received while another call is ongoing can be automatically forwarded to a specified telephone.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations g
Confirm.
CFNR on
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. If a phone number is already entered:
Change
Confirm.
j Enter the destination phone number.
•
•
Save
Enter the internal station number for internal destinations.
Enter the external code and the external station
number for external destinations.
Confirm.
Deactivating call forwarding/deleting a destination:
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
CFNR off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete
Confirm the option shown to deactivate and delete the
forwarding destination.
or
Exit
Select and confirm to deactivate but not delete the forwarding destination.
If CFNR is activated, "CFNR on" appears briefly
on the display when you hang up.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Call forwarding in the event of telephone
failure (CFSS)
If configured (consult your service personnel), you can
define an internal or external call forwarding destination
that activates in the event of telephone failure.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations g
Confirm.
CFSS on
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. If a phone number is already entered:
Change
Confirm.
j Enter the destination number.
Save
Confirm.
Deactivating call forwarding/deleting a destination
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations g
Confirm.
CFSS off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete
Confirm the option shown to deactivate and delete the
forwarding destination.
or
Exit
Select and confirm to deactivate but not delete the forwarding destination.
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Call forwarding
Step by Step
Call forwarding in the carrier network and
forwarding multiple subscriber numbers
(MSN) (not for U.S.)
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can forward calls to your assigned
multiple subscriber number (MSN) (DID number) directly within the carrier network.
For example, you can forward your phone line to your
home phone after business hours.
Trunk FWD on
Select and confirm the option shown.
1=immediate
Select and confirm the call forwarding type required.
or
2=on no answer
or
3=on busy
j Enter your DID number.
j Enter the destination number (without the external code).
Save
Confirm.
Deactivating call forwarding
Trunk FWD off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Confirm the displayed call forwarding type.
or
1 or 2 or 3 Enter the activated call forwarding type.
j Enter your DID number.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Programming sensor keys
You can program frequently used functions, phone
numbers or procedures on your OpenStage 60/60 G/
80/80 G’s sensor keys.
Configuring function keys
See also Æ page 23.
Example: Programming the Shift key
S Press and hold the required sensor key.
Assign functionality
Confirm.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Prog. feature key
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required sensor key.
If the key is already in use, the programmed phone
number appears on the screen.
Assign functionality
Confirm.
Change key
Confirm.
A list of all available functions is displayed, see
the overview Æ page 91.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Shift Key
Confirm.
if nec.
Save incomplete
Select and confirm the option shown.
Some functions (e.g. with "Call forwarding") cannot be
saved completely. This means that when later initiating
the function by pressing the button, further inputs are
required.
Save
Confirm.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
The programmed function is activated by briefly
touching the key. For functions that can be
switched on/off such as "Do not disturb", press
once to switch the function on and press again to
switch the function off. When the function is
switched on, the LED lights up.
The label appears automatically and can be altered
Æ page 96.
The LED displays show the status of the function
Æ page 23 and Æ page 91.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Overview of functions
The functions are split into the following menus:
• Destinations
• Feature Settings
• PIN and Authorization
• Calls
• More features
The available functions depend on your configuration. If a function is missing, contact your service personnel.
Saved function LED messages
S
R
Call forwarding, Forwarding - trunk, Forward Line,
Night answer, Do not disturb, Telephone lock, Advisory message, Ringer cutoff, HF answerback on/off,
Join/leave group, Caller ID suppression, Call
wait.term., Waiting tone off, Ring Transfer, Recording, Door opener on/off, Control Relay (only for
HiPath 3000), Ringing group on, Shift Key, UCD
(Available on/off, Work on/off), Night answer on/off,
MULAP Privacy Release:
Saved function is not activated.
Saved function is activated.
Callback:
S You have no entry for callback.
R You have an entry for callback.
Repdial key (Internal), Direct station select:
S Party not on a call.
R Party is on a call or has activated DND.
T Flashing quickly - I’m being called, please accept.
Flashing slowly - another party is being called and has
not yet answered.
S
R
Call key, General call key, Trunk key, MULAP Key,
Temporary MSN:
No call via corresponding trunk.
Active call via the corresponding trunk.
T Flashing quickly - call on the relevant trunk, call pickup
is possible by pressing the sensor key.
Flashing slowly - a call is placed on hold on the relevant
trunk.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Trunk group key:
S At least one trunk is free.
R All lines in this trunk group are occupied.
View call charges:
S No chargeable calls have been set up since the last
check.
R Chargeable calls have been set up since the last check.
Call forwarding, Forward Line:
T Flashing slowly - your line is a call forwarding destination.
Fax details:
S No fax received or no message on the answering machine.
R Fax received or message on the answering machine.
View number of calls:
S No waiting callers.
T Flashing quickly - callers waiting (certain number is exceeded).
Flashing quickly - callers waiting (certain number is
reached).
Data I/O Service:
S No connection to an application.
R Active connection to an application.
T Flashing slowly, connection to an application is temporarily interrupted.
The following functions programmed on keys do
not have a LED function:
Repdial key, Procedure key, Trace call, Speed dial, Clear,
Lock all phones, Send message, Directory (1=internal,
2=LDAP), Call waiting, Toggle/Connect, Conference,
Speaker call, Retrieve line, Reserve trunk, Release
trunk, Temporary Phone, Override, Park a call, Pickup directed, Pickup - group, Account code, Show call
charges, Page, Answer page, Timed reminder, Open
door, DTMF dialing, Recall-key, Room monitor, Hold key,
Consult internal, Consultation, Associated dial, Associated serv., Tel. data service, Mobile Login, Discreet Call.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Programming a procedure key
Numbers and functions which require further input, i.e.
which contain several operating steps, can be saved on
a key on your telephone.
S Press and hold the required sensor key.
Assign functionality
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Prog. feature key
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required sensor key.
If the key is already in use, the programmed phone
number appears on the screen.
Change key
Confirm.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Procedure key
Confirm.
j Enter procedure. Example:
*67 Code for associated dialing.
231 Number of the phone for which the call should be
made.
01234 the number to be called.
if nec. S Press "Pause" to enter pauses (a "P" appears on the display).
Save
Confirm.
or If you make a mistake:
previous
if nec.
Select and confirm the option shown.
This deletes all entered digits.
Key label
Select and confirm the option shown Æ page 96.
Exit
Confirm.
or
Another key
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Select the stored procedure by clicking the sensor key.
Procedures with activatable/deactivatable functions are activated by pressing the sensor key
once and deactivated by pressing it again.
You can press the procedure key during a call to
automatically send the saved digits as DTMF signals Æ page 74.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Configuring repdial keys
You can also program internal and external station numbers on the second level. The LED function is not available for internal station numbers on the second level.
To program the second level, you must program a "Shift"
key Æ page 89.
See also Æ page 23.
S Press and hold the required sensor key.
Assign functionality
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Prog. feature key
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required sensor key.
If the key is already in use, the programmed phone
number appears on the screen.
if nec.
Next layer
Select and confirm to save the phone number on the
second level.
Confirm.
Change key
Destinations
g
Confirm.
Repdial key
Confirm.
j Enter the station number.
or
Speed dial
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the speed-dial number (the speed-dial numbers
correspond to the system phonebook Æ page 37).
if nec.
Key label
Select and confirm the option shown Æ page 96.
Exit
Confirm.
or
Another key
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Changing the label retrospectively
The label set when a repdial key was programmed can
also be subsequently changed.
Changing the label
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Prog. feature key
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required sensor key.
The seizure is displayed on the screen.
Change key
Confirm.
if nec.
Next layer
Select and confirm to make the change on the second
level.
Key label
Select and confirm the option shown.
Change
Confirm.
j Enter the required key label text Æ page 24.
Change
Confirm.
or
Default label
Select and confirm to reset to the default label.
Save
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Previous
Select and confirm to cancel the entry.
Exit
Confirm.
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Programming sensor keys
Step by Step
Deleting sensor key programming
S Hold down the required key.
Assign functionality
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec.
Next layer
Select and confirm the option shown to delete the entries on the second level.
Clear key
Select and confirm the option shown.
Exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Phonebooks and call lists
Personal phonebook
For a detailed description of this function, see
Æ page 35.
Creating a new contact
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
New contact
Confirm.
The form for entering contact data opens.
Last name
Confirm.
j Enter and confirm text Æ page 27.
Business 1
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter and confirm the phone number Æ page 25.
if nec. e Select and fill out additional fields.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Defining the default number
If you have multiple numbers saved for a contact, you
can define the default number here that should be used
when dialing directly using the phonebook Æ page 60.
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Details
98
Select and confirm the option shown.
Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Select the "Default No." entry.
Business 1 g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Mobile
Select and confirm the required phone number.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Saving a picture for a contact
Prerequisite: Your service personnel have loaded pictures to the OpenStage.
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Picture" entry.
No picture g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Image 1
Select and confirm the picture you wish to use.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Changing contact data
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
e Select the required field.
if nec. h Delete existing text.
j Enter and confirm the new text Æ page 27.
if nec. e Select and edit additional fields.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
100
Confirm.
Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Managing the phonebook
Defining the contact display format
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Display
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
e Select and confirm the display format.
Example
Miller, Peter
Peter Miller
Miller, P
P Miller
Option
Lastname, Firstname
Firstname Lastname
Lastname, F
F Lastname
h Press the key shown.
The display format is changed immediately.
Deleting contacts from the phonebook
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete
Confirm in the pop-up menu.
The selected entry is deleted.
Deleting all phonebook entries
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Delete all
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
Delete all entries
Confirm in the pop-up menu.
All entries are deleted.
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Managing groups
Creating a group
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Groups
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
Options g
Confirm.
New group
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
Select the "Group name" entry.
Confirm.
j Give the group a name Æ page 27.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
The new group is stored.
Adding a contact to a group
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Groups" entry.
No group g
Confirm.
VIP
In the context menu, select and confirm a group.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Deleting a contact from a group
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a contact.
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Groups" entry.
VIP g
Confirm.
No group
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Deleting a group
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Groups g
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
VIP g
Select and confirm a group.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete
Confirm in the pop-up menu.
The group is deleted and, if necessary, any assigned
contacts remain saved in the phonebook.
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
LDAP database
Information about the LDAP directory can also be found
on Æ page 37.
Finding an LDAP entry
u
Pay attention to the notes on voice encryption
Æ page 111.
Press the key shown until the "Corporate" tab is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Find
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
Scroll to the required search field (for example, "First
name").
Confirm.
j Enter search text Æ page 27.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Find
Confirm.
Find
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
If several entries match your search criteria, all are displayed in alphabetical order.
Viewing information about an LDAP entry
Coco, Chanel g
Select an entry.
g Open the context menu.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
All available information is displayed.
Importing an LDAP entry into the local phonebook
Coco, Chanel g
Select an entry.
g Open the context menu.
Save
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Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu. The entry is copied with all details into the personal
phonebook. The "Contact created" message appears.
The view changes to the personal phonebook.
Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Quick search
u Press the key as often as required until the "Corporate"
(LDAP) tab is active.
j Enter the initial letter of the surname you need, e. g.
"K".
K
A single-line search window appears at the lower edge
of the display.
Do not enter any further characters. After a predefined
period of time or after pressing the i key all available
names with the corresponding initial letter are displayed. You can restrict the output by entering the second
and other letters. The ( key is used to switch between letters and numbers. The h key is used to delete
individual characters.
When entering extended characters you can control the
search individually. For the selection of extended characters firstly press the * key.
Rule list:
Extended
character
#
,
*
Description
Searches for the exact string before
the extended character
You can enter first and last name separately using a comma. A search is
carried out for the last name (possibly
using a wildcard) and the first first
name with the first character after the
comma.
Wildcard. This searches for the character entered and all possible subsequent characters
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Call lists
For a detailed description of this function, see
Æ page 38.
View details
w Press the key until the call list you want is active.
Niels, Bohr
18.10.
Select the entry you want.
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Details
Select and confirm the option shown.
For illustrated examples and descriptions of the displayed information, refer to Æ page 39.
Deleting entries
Deleting an individual entry
w Press the key until the call list you want is active.
Niels, Bohr
18.10.
Select the entry you want.
g Open the context menu Æ page 31.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
The entry is deleted.
Deleting all entries in a list
w Press the key until the call list you want is active.
Options g
Confirm.
Delete all
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
All entries in the list displayed are deleted.
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Phonebooks and call lists
Step by Step
Copying entries from the call logs
into the personal phonebook
w Press the key until the call list you want is active.
Niels, Bohr18.10. 07:06am
Copy as contact
Select the entry you want.
Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu.
You have the following options for "Create contact":
• Saving and changing
• Saving without changing
• Exiting (without saving)
Saving and changing
Saving and changing
Select and confirm the option shown.
The mask to edit a contact in the personal phonebook
opens Æ page 100. Fill out the relevant fields accordingly and save the new contact.
Saving without changing
Saving without changing
Select and confirm the option shown.
An entry is created and the message "Contact created"
is displayed. If you open the phonebook, you will be
prompted to update the directory. For this type of entries a group "Copied contacts" is created so that you can
find them more easily.
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Displaying and assigning call charges
Step by Step
Displaying and assigning call
charges
Displaying call charges (not for U.S.)
For the current call
Call charges are shown by default on the display when
a call ends.
If you want to display call charges as they occur during
a chargeable call, your service personnel must request
this option from the network operator.
Call charge display must be requested from the network operator and configured by the relevant service
personnel.
Depending on the setting, call charges are displayed
during or after a call.
Depending on the network operator, free external calls
are also displayed. The message "Free of Charge" appears on the screen either before or during the call.
If the cost indication facility has not been installed, the
display will show the dialed number and/or the length of
the telephone call.
If a call is forwarded, call charges are assigned to
the destination of the call transfer operation.
For all calls and for the last call
Connection charges for the last chargeable call made
are displayed first. After five seconds, the accumulated
connection charge (total) is displayed.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Show call charges
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Displaying and assigning call charges
Step by Step
Displaying call charges for another
telephone (not for U.S.)
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
also display and print out information on chargeable
calls for other phones (such as a pay phone).
Prerequisite: You have programmed the function
"Show call charges" on a key Æ page 89.
The LED lights up to indicate that a you have conducted
a chargeable call since the last time you viewed the
charges.
S Press the "Call Charges" key. Chargeable calls are displayed.
W Select a connection.
Print
Select and confirm the option shown
or
Delete
select and confirm the option shown
or
Add l information
select and confirm the option shown
or
Exit
select and confirm the option shown.
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Displaying and assigning call charges
Step by Step
Dialing with call charge assignment
You can assign external calls to certain projects.
Prerequisite: Your service personnel have defined account codes for you.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Calls g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Account code
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the account code.
if nec. # Press the key shown
or
#=Save
Confirm.
Must be configured (consult your service personnel):
j Enter the external phone number.
You can also enter the account code during a call.
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Privacy/security
Step by Step
Privacy/security
Voice encryption (only for HiPath 2000/
3000/5000/OpenOffice EE)
Please see also the explanations on Æ page 13.
Notes on voice encryption
Unencrypted connection warning
Your service personnel can define at the communication system whether you are notified of unencrypted
calls and how.
Z Warning tone.
and/or
Standard Call
Display.
You will then receive a warning tone and/or a message
on the display when you accept a call, accept a consultation call or are connected to a conference and the connection to a station is unencrypted.
Notification of an encrypted connection
23189 Coco g
01:39
A closed padlock symbol appears next to the caller ID.
Notification of an unencrypted connection
23133 Yves g
01:63
A struck-through padlock symbol appears next to the
caller ID.
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Privacy/security
Step by Step
User password
The user password protects access to the user menu
Æ page 41.
The preset password "000000" is a blank password, that is, the "User" menu is freely accessible.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
j Enter and confirm the user password Æ page 25.
Security
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Set password" entry.
******
Confirm.
h If applicable, delete the old password.
j Enter a new password (at least six digits) and confirm
your entry.
Select the "Confirm password" entry.
******
Confirm.
j Re-enter and confirm the password.
Select the "Phone lock" entry.
Disabled g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Enabled
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
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Confirm.
Privacy/security
Step by Step
Turning ringer cutoff on and off
If you do not wish to take calls, you can activate the ringer cutoff function. Calls are only identified by one ring
signal, an indication on the display, and a key which has
been programmed to flash (such as a trunk key).
Activating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Ringer cutoff on
Select and confirm the option shown.
Deactivating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Ringer cutoff off
Confirm.
Deactivating the ring tone
You can deactivate your ring tone if you do not want to
be disturbed by your phone ringing.
Deactivating
* Press the key shown until the icon for the deactivated
ringer appears on the display Æ page 26.
Activating
* Press the key shown until the icon for the deactivated
ringer disappears on the display.
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Privacy/security
Step by Step
Do not disturb
If you do not wish to take calls, you can activate do not
disturb. Internal callers hear the busy tone, external callers are connected to another phone, which you can
specify (contact your service personnel).
In multi-line telephones, "Do not disturb" can only
be used for the primary line Æ page 139.
Activating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DND on
Select and confirm the option shown. The DND icon appears on the status bar Æ page 26.
Deactivating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DND off
Confirm.
When you lift the handset, you will hear a special
tone (continuous buzzing) reminding you that "Do
not disturb" is activated.
Authorized internal callers automatically override
the DND feature after five seconds.
Suppressing your phone number on the
called party’s phone
You can prevent your station number or name from appearing on the displays of external parties you call. This
setting remains active until you deactivate it.
Activating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Suppress call ID
Select and confirm the option shown.
Deactivating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Restore caller ID
Select and confirm the option shown.
Your service personnel can activate/deactivate
caller ID suppression for all phones.
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Monitoring a room
You can use a phone to monitor a room. This function
must be enabled on the monitoring phone.
When you call this phone, you can immediately hear
what is happening in that room.
Activating the telephone to be monitored
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Room monitor
Select and confirm the option shown.
You can either leave the telephone in speakerphone
mode or lift the handset and leave it directed towards
the noise source.
Deactivating the telephone to be monitored
v Press the lit key. The LED goes out.
or
\ Replace the handset.
Monitoring the room
j Enter the internal station number of the phone located
in the room that you wish to monitor.
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Trace call: identifying anonymous callers
(not for U.S.)
You can identify malicious external callers. You can
record the caller’s phone number during a call or up to
30 seconds after a call. In this case, you should not
hang up.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Trace call
Select and confirm the option shown.
If the trace is successful, the transmitted data is
stored by your network operator. Contact your
service personnel.
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Locking the telephone to prevent unauthorized use
You can prevent unauthorized parties from using your
phone during your absence.
Locking the phone
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Lock phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
# Press the key shown.
j Enter code (telephone lock) Æ page 119.
The padlock icon appears on the status bar Æ page 26.
Unlocking the phone
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Unlock phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
# Press the key shown.
j Enter code (telephone lock) Æ page 119.
When the phone is locked, a special dial tone
sounds when the handset is lifted. Within the
system, users can make calls as normal.
Your phone can also be locked or unlocked by an
authorized party Æ page 118.
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Locking another telephone to prevent
unauthorized use
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
lock and unlock other telephones to prevent unauthorized access.
If a phone user locks his or her phone and forgets the
personal lock code, you can use this function to unlock
the phone.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Lock all phones
Confirm.
j Enter the internal station number of the phone you wish
to lock/unlock.
*=lock phone
Confirm.
or
#=unlock phone
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Privacy/security
Step by Step
Saving your PIN
Enter the lock code to use the functions
• for locking the phone Æ page 117
• for using another telephone like your own
Æ page 125.
You can change this lock code on your own.
If you forget your code, contact your service personnel to have the default code restored.
The default code is "00000".
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
PIN and Authorization g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Change PIN
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the current five-digit PIN.
If you have not yet set a PIN, use "00000" the first time.
j Enter the new PIN.
j Re-enter the new PIN.
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Appointments function
You can program your telephone to send you a timed reminder call.
You must save the relevant time of the call for this. You
can enter a single appointment that will take place in
the next twenty four hours or you can enter a daily recurring appointment.
Saving appointments
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Timed reminder on
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter a 4-digit time such as 0905 for 9.05 (= 9.05 am) or
1430 for 14.30 (= 2.30 pm).
possibly 2 or 7 If the selected language is "US English" Æ page 171,
you can enter the code 2 for "am" or 7 for "pm" (standard
= "am“).
one time only
Confirm.
or
Daily
Select and confirm the option shown.
Save
Confirm.
Deleting and checking a saved appointment
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Timed reminder off
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete
Confirm.
The reminder is deleted.
or
Exit
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Select and confirm the option shown.
The reminder is not deleted.
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Using timed reminders
Prerequisite: You have saved a reminder Æ page 120.
The saved time arrives.
Reminder at 1200
The phone is ringing. The appointment time is displayed.
n Press key twice.
or
^ \ Lift the handset and replace it again.
If you do not answer the timed reminder, it is repeated five times and then deleted.
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Sending a message
You can send short text messages to individual stations
or groups of stations with system telephones.
Creating and sending a message
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
or
[ Open the context menu during a call
Send message
select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the internal station number of the recipient or
group.
0=Please callback
Select predefined text (can be changed by service personnel) and confirm.
or
0...9 Enter the code.
The code is shown on your display with the corresponding message.
or
Enter message text
Select and confirm, for information on how to enter text
Æ page 25.
Send
Confirm.
Transmitted text messages are saved as callback
requests on system telephones with no display
and on ISDN, pulse or tone dialing telephones.
Displaying and deleting messages you have sent
c
Prerequisite: The recipient has not yet accepted a sent
message.
Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
View sent message
Select and confirm the option shown.
Message sent
Confirm.
The text message is displayed.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
The message is deleted.
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Viewing and editing incoming messages
Pay attention to the notes on Æ page 40.
x The LED lights up. Press the key shown.
or
View messages
Confirm.
The sender’s caller ID appears on the display.
Message sent
Confirm.
The text message appears on the display.
Viewing the transmission time
Time/date sent
Confirm.
Calling the sender
Call sender
Select and confirm the option shown.
Deleting messages
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Leaving an advisory message
You can leave messages/advisory messages on your
phone’s display for internal callers that wish to contact
you in your absence.
When you receive a call, the message appears on the
caller’s display.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Advisory msg. on
Select and confirm the option shown.
0=Will return at:
Select predefined text (can be changed by service personnel) and confirm.
or
0...9 Enter the code directly.
The code is shown on your display with the corresponding message.
Predefined messages with a colon can be completed by entering a digit.
or
Enter message text
Select and confirm, for information on how to enter text
Æ page 25.
Save
Confirm.
Deleting advisory messages
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Advisory msg. off
Confirm.
or
R The LED lights up if the "Advisory message" key is available Æ page 89. Press the key shown.
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Displaying the number of waiting calls/
overload display
You can show the number of external waiting calls on
the display by pressing the "View number of calls" key
Æ page 89.
R Press the " Calls in Q" key.
S
If the number of waiting calls exceeds a preset limit
while you are engaged in another call (overload), the
LED on the key lights up. Contact your service personnel to find out the waiting call limit.
LED off: There are no waiting calls.
T • LED is flashing slowly:
•
The set limit has been reached.
LED is flashing quickly:
The limit has been exceeded (overload).
Using another telephone like your own
for a call
Other parties can temporarily use your phone like their
own for an outgoing call.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
PIN and Authorization
g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Temporary Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the number of the other user.
j Enter the other user’s lock code Æ page 112.
if nec.
Change PIN
If the other user has not set a PIN, he or she is prompted to do so on his or her phone.
j Enter the external phone number.
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Using a mobile connection at another
phone
You can configure a mobile phone connection that was
set up especially for you by your service personnel at a
OpenStage prepared for this purpose in the system.
The original "guest telephone" setting is deactivated.
The mobile connection remains available until you log
off on the "guest telephone".
Once you have logged on, most of the functions and
features (phone number, key assignments, authorizations) of your mobile connection are available.
Mobility variants
Three Mobility variants are available:
• Basic
• Data Privacy
• Data Mobility
Configuration is performed by the service personnel. In
the case of OpenStage 60/80, data backup to a
USB memory stick is generally recommended (see
Æ page 188), in order to prevent possible loss of data.
Basic
When "logging onto" the "guest telephone", the following mobile connection settings are transferred:
• Key assignments
• Authorizations
• Call forwarding
Waiting messages are also signaled (mailbox lamp or
MWI).
The phonebook and the caller list for the "guest telephone" are displayed and can be used.
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Data Privacy
When "logging onto" the "guest telephone", the following mobile connection settings are transferred:
• Key assignments
• Call forwarding
• Authorizations (other than user password)
Waiting messages are also signaled (mailbox lamp or
MWI).
The user password is not transferred. For this reason,
you must create a new password on the telephone if
you wish to use OpenStage Manager, for example. An
empty phonebook and an empty caller list are available.
The phonebook and the caller list of the "guest telephone" are not displayed. You can load your own phonebook
and caller list via the restore function from a USB memory stick (see Æ page 188). Data modified in the phonebook and caller list is lost on logoff. You should therefore repeat data backup to a USB memory stick before
logging off.
Data Mobility
When "logging onto" the "guest telephone", the following mobile connection settings are transferred:
• Key assignments
• Call forwarding
• Authorizations
• User password
• Phonebook
• Group designation
• Images (phonebook)
• Caller list
• Canonical settings
Waiting messages are also signaled (mailbox lamp or
MWI).
The user password, the canonical settings, the group
designation, caller list and images for the phonebook
are saved to a DLS server for the "guest telephone". The
data for the mobile connection is always saved to the
DLS sever and regularly updated. The saved data for the
mobile connection is then transferred from the DLS server to the "guest telephone". The transfer status is
shown in the display or can be read from an icon in the
status bar (see Æ page 26).
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Logging on to the "guest telephone"
Log the mobile connection on to the "guest telephone".
Prerequisite: A mobile connection with a separate phone number and a password has been configured for you
(contact your service personnel). The key "Mobile Login"
is configured on your OpenStage where required.
S Press the "Mobile Login" key
or if a key is not configured,
j
j Enter the code for "Mobile Login (log on)" (see
Æ page 205).
The request "New number." is output.
j Enter the "Mobile phone number".
The request "Code for IP number nnn (e.g. 834) is output:
j Enter the password, then
# Press the key shown.
or
Entry complete
Confirm.
The logon procedure begins.
Your mobile phone number will appear, preceded by the
mobility icon, on the status bar when you are correctly
logged on Æ page 26.
Basic
You can no longer see the original user settings for the
"guest telephone", however you can now use your connection , with the exception of your personal phonebook and the call lists.
Data Privacy
You can no longer see the original user settings for the
"guest telephone", however you can now use your connection, an empty phonebook and an empty caller list.
Data Mobility
Your connection and your "Mobility phonebook and caller list" are now available. If you modify your phonebook
for example, or its images, these are immediately updated on the server (see status bar Æ page 26). Changes to the caller list are not saved until logoff.
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Moving the connection to the next telephone
If you want to move your connection from the first
"guest telephone" to a second "guest telephone", log
onto the second "guest telephone" in the usual fashion
(see Æ page 128). The following message appears on
the first "guest telephone": "Saving data relating to previous user".
Where required, save current changes to the phonebook or caller list and settings beforehand to the USB
memory stick (see Æ page 188).
Logging off the "guest telephone"
If you no longer need your connection on the "guest telephone" or if you want to switch to another telephone,
log off on the "guest telephone". Where required, save
current changes to the phonebook or caller list to the
USB memory stick (see Æ page 188).
S Press the "Mobile Login" key.
or if a key is not configured,
j Enter the code for "Mobile Login (log off)" (see
Æ page 205).
The logoff procedure begins.
The "guest telephone" is now available again with its original phone number, features and functions.
In the case of the "Data Mobility" variant, the caller list
from the "guest telephone" is only now transferred to
the DLS server. The "guest telephone" data is restored
via the DLS server. It is now available again with its original phone number, features and functions. Any call
forwarding instruction set can now be deleted.
If transfer of the caller list is interrupted, for example because the server is temporarily unavailable, you can cancel the procedure completely. A corresponding icon is
shown in the status bar Æ page 26. If the cause of the
interruption cannot be resolved, you should cancel the
procedure. In this case, an empty caller list is available.
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Fax details and message on answering
machine
If a fax or answering machine is connected to your system and you have assigned the "Fax details" function to
a programmable key Æ page 89, the key lights up when
a fax or a message has been received.
Deactivating signaling
R Press the flashing "Fax service" key. The LED goes out.
Resetting services and functions
(system-wide cancellation for a telephone)
A general reset procedure is available for initiated functions. The following functions are deleted, if enabled:
• Forwarding on
• Advisory msg. on
• Ringing group on
• Hunt group off
• Suppress call ID
• Call waiting tone off
• Do not disturb on
• Ringer cutoff on
• Received messages:
• View callbacks
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Reset services
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Activating functions for another
telephone
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
activate and deactivate the following functions for other
phones (associated service):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Do not disturb,
code: *97/#97 Æ page 114
Call forwarding,
code: *11, *12, *13/#1 Æ page 84
Lock and unlock phone,
code *66/#66 Æ page 117
Ringing group,
code *81/#81 Æ page 148
Leave an advisory message,
code *69/#69 Æ page 122
Group call,
code *85/#85 Æ page 148
Reset services and functions,
code #0 Æ page 130
Control relays,
code *90/#90 Æ page 137
Night answer,
code *44/#44 Æ page 79
Timed reminders,
code *46/#46 Æ page 120
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Associated serv.
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the internal station number of the phone where
you wish to activate the function.
j Enter code (for example, *97 for "Do not disturb on").
For any additional input, follow the instructions on your
display.
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Using system functions from outside
DISA (direct inward system access)
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
use an external phone like an internal station to set up
an outgoing external connection via the system. You
can also activate or deactivate the following system
functions:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Reset services and functions,
code #0 Æ page 130
Call forwarding, code *1/#1 Æ page 84
Lock and unlock phone,
code *66/#66 Æ page 117
Save your PIN,
code *93 Æ page 119
Send a message,
code *68/#68 Æ page 122
Leave an advisory message,
code *69/#69 Æ page 124
Ringing group, code *81/#81 Æ page 148
Group call, code *85/#85 Æ page 148
Caller ID suppression,
code *86/#86 Æ page 114
Camp-on tone, code *87/#87 Æ page 69
Open door, code *61 Æ page 58
Release door opener, code *89/#89 Æ page 59
Control relays, code *90/#90 Æ page 137
Do not disturb, code *97/#97 Æ page 114
Ringer cutoff, code *98/#98 Æ page 113
Dial using speed dial, code *7 Æ page 63
Associated service, code *83 Æ page 131
Prerequisite: Your phone supports tone dialing (DTMF)
or you can switch your phone to tone dialing. The phone
is not connected to the system.
j Establish a connection to the system. Enter the station
number (contact your service personnel).
j Wait for the continuous tone (if necessary, switch
phone to tone dialing) and enter the internal number assigned to you and the corresponding PIN.
# Enter the code (only required if programmed in the system).
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j Wait for the dial tone and enter the code for example,
*97 for Do not disturb on. If necessary, make further
entries; refer also to the user guide for dial pulse/DTMF
phones.
or
j Dial the external number.
You can only perform one function/establish one
outgoing connection at a time.
The connection is cleared as soon as the function
is successfully activated.
In the case of an external call, the connection is
cleared as soon as one of the call partners hangs
up.
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Using functions in ISDN via code dialing (keypad dialing)
If authorized (contact your service personnel), you can
access ISDN functions in some regions using codes.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Keypad dialing
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the required trunk number (contact your service
personnel).
j Entering a code for required ISDN function (contact your
service personnel).
Contact your network provider to find out which
ISDN functions can be code-operated in your
country.
Siemens Enterprise Communications
GmbH & Co. KG shall not be liable for damages/
costs which may be incurred by fraudulent activities or remote operation (such as toll fraud).
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Controlling Connected Computer or
Their Programs/Tel. Data Service
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can control connected computers
or programs running on them, such as hotel services or
information systems, from your telephone.
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can control connected computers
or programs running on them, such as hotel services or
information systems, from your telephone.You have set
up a connection.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Tel. data service
Confirm.
For entering data, you are guided by the connected
computer. However, depending on configuration (contact your service personnel), you must activate your entries in one of the following ways:
Inputs in en-bloc mode
0...9 Enter data.
# Complete entry.
or
Entry complete
Select and confirm the option shown.
Inputs in online mode
The connected computer processes your entries directly.
# Complete entry.
0...9 Enter data.
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Communicating with PC applications
over a CSTA interface
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
use your phone to communicate with PC applications
(CSTA = Computer Supported Telecommunications
Applications). You send information to the application
and receive information from the application,
for example, via your phone display.
S Press the "Data I/O" key, key programming Æ page 89.
j Enter the three-digit ID for the application you wish to
control.
e, 0...9 Use the TouchGuide and the keypad for communication
with the application.
Temporarily interrupting communication with the
application
^ The phone is ringing. You answer the call.
T The LED on the "Data I/O" key flashes: Communication
to the application is automatically interrupted.
Resuming communication with the application
T Press the flashing "Data I/O" key. The LED lights up.
Ending communication with the application
Select and confirm the relevant CSTA message.
or
^ \ Lift the handset and replace it again.
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Controlling relays
(only for HiPath 3000)
If this function has been configured (contact your service personnel), you can use up to four relays to enable/
disable different devices (such as a door opener).
Depending on how you program the relays, you can activate and deactivate them manually them or configure
them to activate and deactivate automatically (after timeout).
Special features must be taken into consideration if your telephone operates with
HiPath 5000 (system networking via PC network) Æ page 157!
Control Relay On
Select and confirm the option shown
or
Control Relay Off
select and confirm the option shown.
1...4 Enter the relay.
Sensors (HiPath 33x0/35x0 only)
If configured (consult your service personnel), sensors
are able to recognize signals, call your phone, and display an appropriate message on the screen.
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Radio paging (not for U.S.)
If radio paging equipment (PSE) is connected to your
system (contact your service personnel), you can locate
people via their pocket receivers.
Pocket receivers signal a call request to the person you
want to page. This person can then answer the page at
the nearest phone.
Paging persons
To ensure that you can be found, you must have enabled a ringing group Æ page 148, call forwarding
Æ page 80 or call forwarding-no answer to the internal
station number of your PSE.
A call request is signaled automatically.
Answering the page from the nearest telephone
^ Lift the handset.
*59 Enter the code.
j Enter own station number.
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Making calls in the team/
executive/secretary
configuration
If configured (consult your service personnel), you belong
to a team of subscribers with multiple lines (multi-line
Æ page 14). Your phone features trunk keys (MULAP
keys) Æ page 140.
Lines
A distinction is made between primary and secondary
lines. Each of these line types can be used on a private
or shared basis Æ page 139.
Primary line
All multi-line telephones have a primary line. This line
can be reached in the usual manner via your public
phone number. Incoming calls are signaled on this line.
Secondary line
The secondary line on your phone is used as a primary
line by another subscriber. Your primary line, which is
configured on another telephone, simultaneously functions as the secondary line on that telephone.
Line utilization
Private line
A line that is used by a single telephone. This line cannot be used as a secondary line by another telephone.
Shared line
A line that is configured on multiple telephones. The
line status (if configured) is displayed for all telephones
that share this line. If, for example, a shared line is being
used by a telephone, a status message indicating that
this line is busy is displayed on all other telephones.
Direct call line
A line with a direct connection to another telephone.
You can see the status of the line from the LED.
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Line seizure
Line seizure must be configured (consult your service
personnel). If automatic line seizure is configured, a
trunk is automatically assigned when you lift the handset or press the trunk key.
Trunk keys
The programmable sensor keys on multi-line phones
function as trunk keys. Every sensor key programmed
as a "Trunk key" (key label: Transfer Trk) corresponds to
a trunk with the result that you can configure up to nine
trunks in OpenStage 80/80 G and up to eight trunks in
OpenStage 60/60 G.
As a team member, you can independently program the
following functions on sensor keys Æ page 89:
• Direct station select
• Join/leave group
(not available on executive phone in an executive/
secretary team)
• Ring Transfer: On/Off
(only in an executive/secretary team)
You can also program a sensor key with the function
"Forward Line" (call forwarding) for each line.
LED displays on trunk keys
LED
S Off
Explanation
– The line is in idle mode.
– Incoming call on the line.
T Flashing[1] – Hold reminder is activated.
R On
– The line is on "Hold".
– The line is busy.
[1] In this manual, flashing sensor keys are identified by this icon, regardless of the flashing interval. The flashing interval represents
different statuses, which are described in detail in the corresponding sections of the manual.
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Answering calls with the trunk keys
Prerequisite: You can see an incoming call on a trunk.
if nec. T Press the trunk key that is flashing quickly
(only if Prime Line Æ page 140 is not active).
^ Lift the handset.
or Speakerphone mode.
Dialing with trunk keys
if nec. S Select a line (only if Prime Line Æ page 140 is not active).
j Enter the station number.
^ Lift the handset.
or Speakerphone mode.
Placing a call on hold on a trunk key and
retrieving the held call
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call via one of your
group’s trunks. The "Hold" key has been programmed
on your telephone Æ page 89.
Hold
S Press the "Hold" key.
if nec.
\ or s Replace the handset or press the key shown.
Depending on the configuration (contact your service
personnel), this may be necessary so other team members can also pick up the call on hold.
Retrieving the call
T Press the trunk key flashing slowly.
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Making calls on multiple lines alternately
Prerequisite: You are conducting a call via one of your
group’s trunks. Another trunk key is flashing.
T Press the flashing trunk key. The first call party is on
hold on the other trunk.
T Press the trunk key flashing slowly. The second call party is on hold.
You can switch between lines as often as you wish.
Press the trunk key flashing slowly each time.
MULAP conference release
If configured (consult your service personnel), you can
program a sensor key on your phone with the function
"MULAP Privacy Release" Æ page 89. The default label
is "Priv Release".
If you program this key, you do not have to use the
menu to set up a conference. Your team partner only
has to press the flashing trunk key associated with your
trunk on his or her phone to immediately join the conference.
[ You are conducting a call.
S Press the "Priv Release" key. The LED lights up.
Up to three team members can now join the conference.
Prerequisite: The trunk on which you are speaking is
configured on the other phone as a trunk key.
T Press the flashing trunk key.
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Direct station selection key
Your phone features a programmable sensor key configured for direct station selection for every team member.
Meaning of LED displays on DSS keys
LED
Meaning of function key
S Off
Team party not on a call.
T
Flashing[1]
R On
Quickly: I am being called, please
accept.
Slowly: Another party is being
called and has not yet answered.
Team party is on a call or has activated DND.
[1] In this manual, flashing sensor keys are identified by this icon, regardless of the flashing interval. The flashing interval represents
different statuses, which are described in detail in the corresponding sections of the manual.
Using DSS keys to answer calls
Prerequisite: Your telephone rings or the DSS key
flashes.
if nec. T Press the flashing DSS key.
^ Lift the handset.
or
n Press the key shown.
Calling a team member directly
S Press the DSS key.
or
R If the team member you wish to reach is engaged in another call, the DSS key on your telephone is lit. You can
still make the call in this case.
^ Lift the handset.
or Speakerphone mode.
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Transferring a call in progress
S Press the DSS key and announce the call if necessary.
\ Replace the handset.
or
s Press the key shown.
Accepting a call for another team member
T Press the flashing DSS key or trunk key.
^ Lift the handset.
or Speakerphone mode.
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Forwarding calls on trunks
You can immediately forward internal or external calls to
different internal or external telephones (destinations).
(External destinations require special configuration in
the system).
Activating call forwarding for one trunk activates the
function for all trunk keys assigned to this trunk in your
group.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations g
Confirm.
Forward MULAP on
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required line key.
or
j Enter the required trunk number.
or
S If available. Press the "CFW MULAP" key.
(You have programmed a key with the incomplete "CFW
MULAP" function, excluding the call forwarding type
and destination Æ page 89.)
1=all calls
Confirm
or
2=external calls only
select and confirm the option shown
or
3=internal calls only
select and confirm the option shown.
or
1 or 2 or 3 Enter the code.
j Enter the destination phone number.
Confirm.
or
S If available. Press the "CFW MULAP" key. (You have programmed the "CFW MULAP" key with the call forwarding type and destination, Æ page 89.)
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Making calls in the team/executive/secretary configuration
Step by Step
Deactivating call forwarding
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Forward Line: Off
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required trunk key.
or
j Enter the required trunk number.
or
R If available. Press the "CFW MULAP" key.
If you have activated call forwarding for a trunk, a
special dial tone sounds when the line is seized.
Understanding the LED displays on the sensor key
for "CFW MULAP"
S The LED on the "CFW MULAP" key is off - call forwarding is not active for this trunk.
R The LED on the "CFW MULAP" key lights up - call forwarding is active for this trunk.
T The LED on the "CFW MULAP" key is flashing slowly,
the trunk is the call forwarding destination.
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Making calls in the team/executive/secretary configuration
Step by Step
Transferring calls directly to the
executive phone
Normally, all calls for the executive are audibly signaled
only by the secretary phone.
You can set audible signaling so calls are signaled only
by the executive phone or by a second phone assigned
to it.
Prerequisite: On your phone there is a sensor key programmed with the function "Ring Transfer". The default
label is "Ring xfer".
This function is only available for the executive/
secretary configuration.
Activating
S Press the "Ring xfer" key. The LED lights up.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Ring Transfer: On
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required trunk key.
or
j Enter the required trunk number.
Deactivating
R Press the "Ring xfer" key. The LED goes out.
or
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Ring Transfer: Off
Select and confirm the option shown.
S Press the required trunk key.
or
j Enter the required trunk number.
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Using team functions
Step by Step
Using team functions
If configured (consult your service personnel), your telephone is part of a team. The team consists of internal
phones that are able to use certain functions.
Activating/deactivating a group call
If configured (consult your service personnel), you belong to one or more groups of stations, which can be
reached via hunt group or group call station numbers.
Incoming calls are signaled one after the other (= hunt
group) or simultaneously (= group call) on all phones in
the group, until a group member answers the call.
You can also belong to a team (including executive/secretary configurations) in which station numbers are programmed on trunk keys Æ page 139.
Every group member can still be reached at his or her
personal phone number.
You can activate and deactivate the audible signal for a
hunt group, group call or individual trunks in a group (including executive/secretary).
If the LED on a programmed "Hunt group" key is illuminated Æ page 89, this means that the audible tone was
activated for at least one group.
This function is not available for the executive
phone in team/executive/secretary configurations.
Special features must be taken into consideration if your telephone operates with
HiPath 5000 (system networking via PC network) Æ page 153!
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
Leave group
or
Join group
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
S or R Press the "Hunt group" key.
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Using team functions
Step by Step
You belong to multiple groups or to one group with
trunk keys (including executive/secretary configuration).
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Select and confirm the option shown[1],
Leave group
or
Join group
select and confirm the option shown.
S or R Press the "Hunt group" key.
301 X Group name
If an "X" appears between group/trunk number (such as
301) and group name, the audible tone is active for this
group or trunk.
or
301
Group name
No "X" means that the audible tone is deactivated.
Next
Confirm. The next group/trunk number is displayed with
a group name.
or
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
The audible tone for the group/trunk displayed is deactivated.
Leave group
or
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
The audible tone for the group/trunk displayed is activated.
Join group
or
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
The audible tone for all groups and trunks is deactivated.
#=Leave all groups
or
*=Rejoin all groups
Select and confirm the option shown[1].
The audible tone for all groups and trunks is activated.
If you have activated the audible tone for another
group/trunk or deactivated the audible tone for all
groups/trunks you belong to, you will hear a special
dial tone when you lift the handset.
[1] "Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment" Æ page 193
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Using team functions
Step by Step
Accepting a call for another member of
your team
You can use your own telephone to accept calls for other telephones in your team, even while engaged in an
ongoing call. To do this, contact your service personnel
to find out if a pickup group has been configured.
Prerequisite: Your telephone rings briefly. "Call for:" appears on the upper display line with the station number/
name of the originator; the station number/name of the
caller appears on the lower line.
Pickup - group
Select and confirm the option shown.
Ringing group
You can have calls for your telephone signaled audibly at
up to five other internal phones. The phone that answers the call first receives the call.
Special features must be taken into consideration if your telephone operates with
HiPath 5000 (system networking via PC network) Æ page 156!
Saving, displaying, and deleting telephones for the
ringing group
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
Ringing group on
Select and confirm the option shown.
Follow the display prompts (enter the internal station
number).
If your phone belongs to a ringing group, your
display will show the station number or the name
of the originator on the upper line and that of the
caller on the lower line.
c
Ringing group off
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Removing all telephones in a call ringing group
Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Select and confirm the option shown.
Using team functions
Step by Step
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
If configured (consult your service personnel), you may
belong to a group of stations (agents), to which calls are
distributed.
An incoming call is always assigned to the agent idle the
longest.
Logging on and off at the beginning and end of your
shift
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
UCD g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Log on
Confirm
or
Log off
select and confirm the option shown.
j To log on, enter your identification number ("Agent:").
Contact your service personnel to find out what it is.
Logging on and off during your shift
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
UCD g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Not available
Confirm
or
Available
select and confirm the option shown.
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Using team functions
Step by Step
Requesting and activating a work time
You can request/activate work time to ensure you have
enough time to wrap up the last call. Your phone is excluded from call distribution for a set period or until you
log back on.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
UCD g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Work on
Confirm
or
Work off
select and confirm the option shown.
Turning the night service on and off for UCD
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
UCD g
Select and confirm the option shown.
UCD night on
Confirm
or
UCD night off
select and confirm the option shown.
Display the number of waiting calls
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
UCD g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Calls in queue
Confirm.
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Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Special functions in the LAN
If your telephone is operating in a HiPath 5000 environment, multiple HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/
HiPath OpenOffice EE systems are interconnected via
a LAN (Local Area Network, such as a proprietary PC
network). You are conducting a call via the LAN (PC network).
In this instance, you must note certain particularities for
some functions. These are described in this section.
HiPath OpenOffice ME can not be operated in a
HiPath 5000 environment.
Leaving hunt group/group call
Prerequisite: You are part of a hunt group/group call
Æ page 148 in another HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/
HiPath OpenOffice EE.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DISA intern
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the other
HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE.
i or # Confirm your entry.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of your phone.
i or # Confirm your entry.
Leave group
Confirm
or
Join group
select and confirm the option shown.
You belong to multiple groups associated with another HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE
j Enter group number for "directed joining/leaving".
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Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Setting up "follow me" call forwarding
You can activate/deactivate call forwarding HiPath 5000
for your phone from other phones in the Æ page 84 environment.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DISA intern
Select and confirm the option shown.
j (DISA) station number of your HiPath 2000/
HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE.
i or # Confirm your entry.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of your phone.
i or # Confirm your entry.
Activating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29
Forwarding on
Select and confirm the option shown.
1=all calls
Confirm
or
2=external calls only
select and confirm the option shown
or
3=internal calls only
select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the destination phone number.
Save
Confirm.
Deactivating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Forwarding off
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Using night answer
If authorized (contact your service personnel), you can
set telephones in other HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/
HiPath OpenOffice EE communications platforms as
the night answer Æ page 79.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DISA intern
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the HiPath 2000/
HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE where the night answer phone is connected.
i or # Confirm your entry.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the phone you are
using to activate/deactivate night answer.
i or # Confirm your entry.
Activating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Night answer on
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the destination number (= temporary night answer service).
Save
Select and confirm the option shown.
Deactivating
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Night answer off
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Ringing group
You can have calls for your telephone signaled audibly at
external telephones or at telephones in other
HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE communications platforms Æ page 148.
Saving, displaying, and deleting telephones for the
ringing group
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Destinations
g
Confirm.
Ringing group on
Select and confirm the option shown.
Add to ringing group
Confirm
or
Add another station
select and confirm the option shown
or
Display/remove
select and confirm, then follow the operating instructions.
j Enter the station number.
Entry complete
Confirm.
Save
Confirm.
Exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
Removing all telephones in a call ringing group
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
Ringing group off
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Controlling relays
(only for HiPath 3000)
If this feature is configured (contact your service personnel), you can also control relays Æ page 137 in other
HiPath 3000 communications platforms.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DISA intern
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the HiPath 3000
where you wish to control the relay.
i or # Confirm your entry.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the phone you wish
to use to control the relay.
i or # Confirm your entry.
Control Relay On
Confirm
or
Control Relay Off
select and confirm the option shown.
1...4 Enter the relay.
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Special functions in the LAN
Step by Step
Opening a door
If configured (contact your service personnel), you can
also activate the door opener Æ page 58 in other
HiPath 2000/HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE communications platforms.
c Open the idle menu Æ page 29.
DISA intern
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the HiPath 2000/
HiPath 3000/HiPath OpenOffice EE where you wish to
control the relay.
i or # Confirm your entry.
j Enter the (DISA) station number of the phone you wish
to use to control the relay.
i or # Confirm your entry.
Open door
Select and confirm the option shown.
j Z Dial the entrance telephone number.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Individual phone configuration
Adjusting display settings
Adjusting the display to a comfortable reading angle
You can swivel the display unit. Adjust the display unit
so that you can clearly read the screen.
Screensaver
Activate a screensaver for the telephone idle state.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web
interfaceÆ page 196.
Activating the screensaver
Prerequisite: Your service personnel have loaded pictures to the OpenStage.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Screensaver
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Enabled" entry.
No g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Yes
Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Automatic screensaver activation
Set how long OpenStage should be idle before the
screensaver automatically activates.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Screensaver
Select and confirm the option shown.
Inactivity delay (mins)
Select
30
Confirm[[1]].
or
20
Select and confirm the value you want in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
[1] The phone displays the current setting.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Screensaver fade-in time
Set the speed at which the screensaver images change
here (5 - 60 seconds).
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Screensaver
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Transition delay (secs)" entry.
10 g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
15
Select and confirm the value you want in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Color scheme
Select your preferred appearance for the menu display
here.
For sample display themes, see Æ page 26.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Display
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Set skin" entry.
Crystal Sea g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Warm Grey
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
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Confirm.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Lamp brightness for TouchSlider
Adjust the brightness of the TouchSlider Æ page 19 by
choosing one of the six settings available.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Display
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Slider brightness" entry.
Confirm.
W or ac Setting contrast.
i Confirm.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Set the sensitivity of the TouchGuide
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
TouchGuide
Select and confirm the option shown.
Touchguide setting
Select the option shown.
Confirm.
W By sliding
or
ac by pressing you can choose one of four levels for the
sensitivity.
i Confirm.
Save & exit
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Select and confirm the option shown.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Contrast for the
OpenStage Key Module
If you have connected an OpenStage Key Module, you
can adjust the key label contrast to suit your ambient
lighting.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Display
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Sidecar contrast" entry.
Confirm.
W or ac Setting contrast.
i Confirm.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Adjusting audio settings
Optimize the audio settings on your OpenStage for your
environment and according to your personal requirements.
Volumes
Use the TouchSlider to adjust the current volume
settings Æ page 19.
v
User
You can preset different volumes for the following microphones and signals in eight levels:
• Loudspeaker
• Ringer
• Handset
• Headset
• Handsfree
• Rollover
• Warning tone
Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Audio
Select and confirm the option shown.
Volumes
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the entry you want (e.g. "Ringer").
Confirm.
W or ac Set volume.
Z While setting the volume, you will hear corresponding
audio feedback.
i Confirm.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
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Confirm.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Room character
Configuring the appropriate acoustic settings for your
environment:
• Normal
• Echoing
• Muffled
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Audio
Select and confirm the option shown.
Settings
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Room character" entry.
Normal g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Echoing
Select and confirm the required setting (e.g. "Echoing").
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Setting headset port use
Here you set whether you are using a wired or cordless
DECT headset.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Audio
Select and confirm the option shown.
Settings
Select and confirm the option shown.
Headset port
Select
Wired headset
From the following setting[1] select and confirm the option shown in the context menu.
• Wired headset
• Wireless headset
• Conference phone
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
[1] The phone displays the current setting.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Ringtone
Select your preferred ringtone from the available audio
files. To upload your own files in ".mp3" or ".wav" format,
please contact your service personnel.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Audio
Select and confirm the option shown.
Settings
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Ringer file" entry.
xxx.mp3 g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
xxx.mp3
Select and confirm the required file in the context menu. You will immediately hear the associated ringer melody. Confirm the selected ringtone file.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Select your preferred ringtone from the available audio
files. To upload your own files in ".mp3" or ".wav" format,
please contact your service personnel.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Audio
Select and confirm the option shown.
Settings
Select the "Ringer file" entry.
No audio file g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
if nec.
Play tone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Z The current melody is played back.
xxx.mp3 g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
xxx.mp3
Select and confirm the required file in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Activating/deactivating the ringer
You can see whether the function is activated or deactivated from the corresponding icon in the status bar on
the display Æ page 26.
* Hold down the key shown.
Adjusting the volume during a call
[ You are conducting a call.
X Set the volume using the TouchSlider Æ page 19.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
En-bloc dialing
If "en-bloc dialing" is activated, you can delete characters with the return key and re-enter them when entering a number. The connection is only set up when you
have confirmed "Dial".
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 195.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Outgoing calls
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "en-bloc dialing" entry.
Deactivated
g
The current setting is shown on the display.
Activated g
Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Language for system functions
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
More features g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select language
Confirm.
Spanish
Select the language you wish to use (such as "Spanish")
and press the "OK" dialog key to confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Configuring Bluetooth
Bluetooth is only available on OpenStage 60/
60 G/80/80 G when the function is activated by
your service personnel.
You can use the following description to prepare your
OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G for Bluetooth connection
with another Bluetooth device.
For a brief explanation of function and key terms, see
Æ page 184.
For sample applications, see Æ page 185.
Bluetooth settings
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Bluetooth
Select and confirm the option shown.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
The "Bluetooth settings" page opens.
Activating/deactivating Bluetooth
Prerequisite: The "Bluetooth settings" page opens
Æ page 172.
Select the "Active" entry.
No g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Yes
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Discoverability
Set whether your OpenStage should be discoverable
for other Bluetooth devices.
For more information, see Æ page 184.
Prerequisite: The "Bluetooth settings" page opens
Æ page 172.
Select the "Discoverable" entry.
No g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Yes
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
Bluetooth name
Here you can determine which name your OpenStage
should use to register at other Bluetooth devices.
By factory default, the Bluetooth name is: OpenStage [MAC address of your telephone].
Prerequisite: The "Bluetooth settings" page opens
Æ page 172.
Select the "Phone name" entry.
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
OpenStage (08:0...
if nec. h Delete preconfigured setting.
j Specify and confirm the required name.
Linking
Select how the linking should be implemented here.
For more information, see Æ page 184.
Prerequisite: The "Bluetooth settings" page opens
Æ page 172.
Select the "Pairing mode" entry.
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu
No g
No
or
Prompt
select and confirm the option shown
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
or
Automatic
select and confirm the option shown.
PIN
The PIN contains at least four alphanumeric characters.
Prerequisite: The "Bluetooth settings" page opens
Æ page 172.
Select the "Pairing password" entry.
****
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
if nec. h Delete current entry.
j Enter and confirm the PIN.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
Connecting/disconnecting a Bluetooth
device
Prerequisite: The linking manager list contains entries
Æ page 175.
XYZ g
Select and confirm the required device.
Connect
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu
or
Disconnect
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select and confirm the option shown.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Managing Bluetooth devices
Linking manager list
Once you have scanned the area for Bluetooth-enabled
devices, you can link your OpenStage to another device
Æ page 184. Once linked, these devices are added to
the list.
Black list
Once you have scanned the area for Bluetooth-enabled
devices, you can add Bluetooth-enabled devices that
you do not wish to connect to your OpenStage to this
list.
You cannot establish connections via Bluetooth with devices in this list, until they have been deleted from the
list.
Create list/scan area
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Bluetooth
Select and confirm the option shown.
Paired devices
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Blacklist
Select and confirm the option shown.
Options g
Confirm.
Add device
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
The search starts automatically.
You receive a list of all Bluetooth devices in the area.
XYZ g
Select and confirm the required device.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Only for the linking manager list
j Enter and confirm the agreed PIN Æ page 174.
If the linking request is confirmed on the corresponding
Bluetooth device and the password entered, the link is
performed and the device is permanently entered in the
list.
Open the list
Prerequisite: The linking manager list or the black list
contains entries Æ page 175.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Select and confirm the option shown.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Bluetooth
Select and confirm the option shown.
Paired devices
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
Blacklist
Select and confirm the option shown.
Delete all entries from the list.
Options g
Confirm.
Delete all
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
Delete
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Changing an entry name
A Bluetooth device is entered in the list with the name
set in the device. This is often the device type. You can
change this name.
Open the required list Æ page 176.
XYZ g
Rename
Select and confirm the required device.
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
if nec. h Delete preconfigured setting.
j Enter and confirm the new name.
Deleting a specific entry from a list
Open the required list Æ page 176.
XYZ g
Select and confirm the required device.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
Delete
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Tone and indication with an unsecured
voice connection
The pop-up menu which indicates an unsecured voice
connection can be switched on and off with this option
(Æ page 111).
Prerequisite: The service personnel has activated the
notification about unencrypted connections for this
phone.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec.j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Connected calls
Select and confirm the option shown.
Secure call alert
Select and confirm the option shown.
Yes
Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
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Confirm.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Context menu
Here you can define whether context menus
Æ page 31 should close automatically, and define the
display duration.
Closing automatically
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Context menu
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Auto hide allowed" entry.
No g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Yes
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
Confirm.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Setting the automatic display duration
Here you can define how long context menus should remain open.
z You can also configure this setting via the Web interface
Æ page 196.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Configuration
Select and confirm the option shown.
Context menu
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select the "Auto hide time" entry.
10 g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
20
Select and confirm the value you want in the context
menu.
b Select the "Options" entry.
Save & exit
Select and confirm the option shown.
or
h Press the key shown.
Save
180
Confirm.
Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Displaying network information
Here you will find the information you need to access
the Web interface Æ page 194.
You will also find real-time information on network activity which could be important for debugging by the administrator.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Network information
Select and confirm the option shown.
"IP address" entry:
192.168.1.15
IP address or name of the phone[1].
"Phone Web Page" entry:
https://192.168.1.15
Address for accessing the Web interface[1].
"Domain" entry:
hipath.com
Phone domain in the network environment[1].
Information about additional parameters can be
obtained from your service personnel or the administration manual.
[1] The displayed information is an example.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Resetting user data
The following user-specific settings changed via the
phone menu or the Web interface can be reset to factory settings.
• Display settings
• Screensaver
Personal images for the screensaver are delete
and deleted default images are restored (administration e.g. using the OpenStage Manager).
•
Audio settings
– Volumes
– Settings
Personal ringtone files are deleted and deleted
default ringtone files are restored (administration
e.g. using the OpenStage Manager).
•
•
•
•
Configuration
– Context menu
Bluetooth
– Configuration and Listen
Phonebook
– All entries are deleted
Call lists
– All entries are deleted
Attention: All listed data are reset without a warning
tone. If necessary back up your date on a USB memory
stick (Æ page 188).
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Reset
Select and confirm the option shown.
All data
Select and confirm the option shown in the context menu. The user data listed above is reset to factory settings.
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Individual phone configuration
Step by Step
Phone test
To check the functionality of your phone, you can open
the device test. One after another the LEDs of the function keys, the display and the ringtone are tested.
Prerequisite: The phone is in idle mode Æ page 29.
v Open the Program/Service menu Æ page 41.
Phone test
Select and confirm the option shown.
183
Bluetooth
Step by Step
Bluetooth
Bluetooth is an open standard for high-performance
technology and allows wireless communication between PCs, PDAs, mobile telephones, etc.
In contrast to infrared connections, Bluetooth does not
require a visual contact for communication purposes
and can be used over distances of up to 10 meters.
To exchange data between Bluetooth-enabled devices,
the devices need to undergo a once-off discovery procedure.
For information on how to configure OpenStage
for connection to a Bluetooth device
Æ page 172.
Discoverability
When first enabling a connection to a Bluetooth device,
this function must be switched on Æ page 173.
The OpenStage is discoverable for other Bluetooth devices by default.
To prevent unauthorized access, we recommend deactivating discoverability once you have enabled the connection to a new Bluetooth device.
A connection is established for devices that are
already connected even if the "Discoverable"
function is deactivated.
Linking
Linking is the process used by two Bluetooth-enabled
devices to "see" one another and to "recognize" that they
can exchange data. It is therefore used for checking the
access authorization of a Bluetooth device in a Bluetooth network. To do this, a 128 Bit linking key is created for subsequent identification.
Linking is only performed the first time contact is
established between a Bluetooth device and your
OpenStage. If the Bluetooth device is successfully linked, no further access authorization checks
are necessary. Instead, each subsequent check
uses the previously created connection key.
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Bluetooth
Step by Step
Transferring contacts
The Bluetooth function on your OpenStage allows you
to transfer contacts in vCard format (file extension:
.vcf) from other Bluetooth devices to your OpenStage
and save them in the phonebook. You can also send
phonebook entries as vCards to other Bluetooth-enabled devices.
Due to the diverse range of PCs, mobile telephones and PDA devices currently available, we
are unable to provide universal instructions on
how to transfer vCard files in this manual.
The instructions for data transfer via Bluetooth
provided in the relevant manufacturer documentation should be observed.
Receiving a vCard
Prerequisite: The Bluetooth connection is configured
between your OpenStage and one other device
Æ page 172. A vCard file is saved on the other device.
Launch the data transfer wizard for Bluetooth and follow
the instructions.
Once the vCARD is transferred, a message confirming
the successful transfer is displayed on your OpenStage.
Accept
Confirm.
OK
Confirm.
The data is added automatically to the phonebook
Æ page 98.
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Bluetooth
Step by Step
Sending a vCard
Prerequisite: The Bluetooth connection is configured
between your OpenStage and one other device
Æ page 172. A vCard file is saved on the OpenStage.
In the phonebook (Æ page 98), select the entry you
wish to send.
u Press the key until the "Personal" tab is active.
Niels, Bohr g
Select a phonebook entry.
g Open the context menu.
Send
Select and confirm the option shown.
The "Send vCard via Bluetooth" page is displayed.
Sending to a linked device
Paired devices g
XYZ g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu for device.
or Sending to an unconnected device
Options g
Select and confirm the option shown.
Search
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
A search is started and detected devices listed.
XYZ g
Select and confirm the relevant device in the list.
The vCard is sent.
Perform the necessary steps on the destination device
to save the vCard data.
Detected devices are then deleted from the list.
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Bluetooth
Step by Step
Using a Bluetooth headset
You can use any commercial Bluetooth headset with
your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G.
Prepare your Bluetooth headset for connection with
your OpenStage by following the instructions in the relevant user manual.
Proceed as following to prepare your OpenStage:
• Activate the Bluetooth function Æ page 172.
• Enter the headset in the linking list[1] Æ page 175.
• Establish the Bluetooth connection Æ page 174.
Testing a Bluetooth headset
Prerequisite: OpenStage and the Bluetooth headset
are connected (see procedure above).
o Press the key shown.
Z You hear the on-hook signal.
j Enter the station number.
The connection is established as soon as your input is
complete.
if nec. X Set the call volume.
Make sure your headset port is set up properly
Æ page 168.
[1] only necessary the first time
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Data backup to USB memory stick
Step by Step
Data backup to USB memory stick
You can save your OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G user
settings and personal phonebook entries as files on a
USB memory stick and download (restore) all or, where
applicable, selected data to your or another
OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G.
Every backup is given a separate name and is password-protected. Setting the password encrypts the
content of the backup. Data can only be restored after
entering the password set.
Backup scope
• Entries and referenced data (e.g. image) from the
personal phonebook Æ page 36
• Call list entries Æ page 38
• User menu settings Æ page 41
• Screensavers Æ page 159
• Photos
• Ringtones
• Call forwarding instructions with default destinations Æ page 80
The settings must be enabled for your phone.
Connecting a USB memory stick
Use a USB extension cable to connect the
USB memory stick to the USB master port on the underside of the phone Æ page 16. The following message appears briefly.
New USB detected
The phone returns to idle mode after a few seconds and
you can start to back up/restore your data Æ page 189,
Æ page 190.
The following steps are only necessary if you respond
to the pop-up menu before the automatic timeout.
Backup/Restore
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
You can remove the USB memory stick by simply pulling it out.
188
Data backup to USB memory stick
Step by Step
Saving user data
Prerequisite: The USB memory stick is correctly
plugged in Æ page 188.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Backup/Restore
Select and confirm the option shown.
Creating a new backup
Options g
Confirm.
New
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
W Select and confirm the entry "Backup name".
j Enter and confirm a name for the backup.
or Replacing an existing backup
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Select and confirm the required phone number.
Replace
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
W Select and confirm the entry "Backup password".
j Enter a password.
W Select and confirm the entry "Confirm password".
j Re-enter the password.
Start backup g
Select and confirm the option shown.
You can follow the transfer status on the display. A confirmation message appears in a pop-up window when
the transfer operation is complete.
189
Data backup to USB memory stick
Step by Step
Restoring user data
Selecting a backup
Prerequisite: The USB memory stick is correctly
plugged in Æ page 188 and you have created at least
one data backup Æ page 189.
v Press the key shown until the "Settings" tab is active.
User
Confirm.
if nec. j Enter and confirm the user password.
Phone
Select and confirm the option shown.
Backup/Restore
Select and confirm the option shown.
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Select and confirm the backup you want.
Restoring all user data
This operation overwrites all current user settings
Æ page 188 - irrespective of the status set Æ page 191
- with the selected backup.
This can result in the loss of settings made since
the last backup.
Prerequisite: You have selected a backup and opened
the context menu Æ page 190.
Restore
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
The "Restore {1}:" page is displayed.
W Select and confirm the entry "Backup password".
j Enter the password set during the backup.
Restore all g
190
Select and confirm the option shown to start the data
transfer.
Data backup to USB memory stick
Step by Step
Restoring selected user data
This operation only overwrites data in "Restore" status
with the selected backup.
Prerequisite: You have selected a backup and opened
the context menu Æ page 190.
Restore
Confirm the option shown in the context menu.
The "Restore {1}:" page is displayed.
Select an entry, such as "Phone book":
Ignore g
The phone displays the current setting.
Confirm.
Restore g
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu to replace the phonebook data with the data backup.
Set or check the status for all other options:
– "Call logs" (for call lists)
– "Menu data" (for the user menu, incl. call forwarding)
– "Screensaver images"
– "All clip images"
– "All ringer tones"
– "All midlet data"[1]
W Select and confirm the entry "Backup password".
j Enter the password set during the backup.
Restore selected g
Select and confirm the option shown to start the data
transfer.
You can follow the transfer status on the display. A confirmation message appears in a pop-up window when
the transfer operation is complete.
[1] No midlets available yet.
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Data backup to USB memory stick
Step by Step
Checking backups
Check which backups are stored on the
USB memory stick.
Prerequisite: You have selected a backup and opened
the context menu Æ page 190.
Full ID
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
The available information is indicated in a pop-up message.
Deleting backups
You can delete invalid or old backups on your
USB memory stick.
Prerequisite: You have selected a backup and opened
the context menu Æ page 190.
Delete
Select and confirm the option shown in the context
menu.
A security prompt is displayed:
Delete
Confirm.
Backup deletion is the responsibility of the user and is
therefore not password-protected.
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Differing display view in a HiPath 4000 environment
Differing display view
in a HiPath 4000 environment
Depending on the system configuration, some functions may not always
be offered in the display as described in this document.
In addition, display texts may differ from those described in this document
according to the system configuration.
The following table provides an overview:
HiPath 2000/
HiPath 3000/
HiPath OpenOffice
display
In/Out of hunt group
Call wait.term.?
Call wait.term.off?
Join/leave group
Change Speed Dial
View callbacks
HiPath 4000 display
Description
All hunt groups on/off
Camp-on termination?
Camp-on deact.?
Hunt group on/off?
Speed dial?
Show callback destinations?
Æ page 148
Æ page 69
Æ page 69
Æ page 148
Æ page 63
Æ page 55
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Web interface
Web interface
You can configure a number of settings for your phone via the Web interface. Communication is via a secure HTTPS connection.
User Pages
All entries in the Web interface user menu can also be found in your
phone’s user menu Æ page 41.
Before you make changes via the Web interface, please study the
button functions Æ page 195. If necessary, go to the page references next to the menu entries on Æ page 196 to view descriptions of
the corresponding parameters.
Administrator Pages
This area lets you configure settings for administering your phone and the
network environment. Access to the Administrator Pages is protected by
the admin password. For more information, contact your service personnel
or refer to the administration manual.
194
Web interface
Configuring settings on the User Pages
Calling up the Web interface
Open a Web browser on a LAN-based PC and enter the address provided
in the "Phone Web Page" entry in the "Network information"Æ page 181
menu.
Example: https://192.168.1.22/
or https://[name of the phone]
You will be prompted to configure a user password the first time you
call up the Web interface Æ page 112. You must log on with this
password in future every time you want to open the User Pages.
Example: Home page with expanded user menu:
User menu
User selection
Phone information
User login
Highlighted entry (current page)
Menu heading
Menu entry
1. Click a menu heading to display the individual menu entries. Click the
menu heading again to close the menu.
2. Click a menu entry to open the corresponding Web page.
3. Make the desired changes.
4. Click the corresponding button Æ page 195 to save or discard your
changes.
Button functions
• "Login": Log on to the phone after you have entered the user password
• "Submit": Apply changes
• "Reset": Reset original values
• "Refresh": Update values (for example, under "Bluetooth" - "Last connected device")
• "Logout": Log off the phone
195
Web interface
Overview of the Web interface user menu
Before you make changes via the Web interface, please study the
button functions Æ page 195. If necessary, go to the page references next to the menu entries below to view descriptions of the corresponding parameters.
User login V Æ page 112
Authentication V Æ page 112
Audio
– Settings
– Ring file V Æ page 169
– Room Character V Æ page 167
– Headset port Æ page 168
Configuration
– Outgoing calls
– Block dialingÆ page 171
– Incoming calls
– Forwarding V Æ page 80
– Forwarding Favorites Æ page 83
– Context menu
– Auto hide time (sec.) V Æ page 180
– Auto hide allowed V Æ page 179
– Bluetooth
– Bluetooth device address[1]
– Phone name V Æ page 173
– Status[1]
– Active V Æ page 172
– Discoverable V Æ page 173
– Pairing mode V Æ page 173
– PIN for pairing V Æ page 174
– Last connected device[1]
– Device address
– Device name
– Device class
Phone
– Display
– Levels
– Slider brightness V Æ page 163
– Sidecar contrast V Æ page 165
– Miscellaneous
– Display theme V Æ page 162
– Screensaver
– Screensaver enabled V Æ page 159
– Start (minutes)
– Transition delay V Æ page 161
[1] Information - read only
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Fixing problems
Step by Step
Fixing problems
Responding to error messages on the
screen
Invalid entry
Possible cause:
Station number is incorrect.
Possible reaction:
Enter correct station number.
Not authorized
Possible cause:
Locked function selected.
Possible reaction:
Apply to service personnel for authorization for relevant
function.
Currently not possible
Possible cause:
Dialed a non-existent station number. Called phone is
unplugged.
Possible reaction:
Enter correct station number. Call this station again later.
Invalid station number
Possible cause:
Dialed your own station number.
Possible reaction:
Enter correct station number.
Key memory is full
Possible cause:
The system currently has no free space for
external station numbers.
Possible reaction:
Try again later.
197
Fixing problems
Step by Step
Key affects other layer
Possible cause 1:
If "Clear other layer" appears on the menu:
you tried to program a function or internal station number with LED on a key that is already programmed on
the second layer (for example, external station number).
Possible reaction:
Confirm "Clear other layer" to save the station number/
function.
Possible cause 2:
If "Clear LED support" appears on the menu:
you tried to program a station number without LED display or an external station number on a key that already
is already programmed with an internal phone number
with LED display.
Possible reaction:
Confirm "Clear LED support" to save the station number. The existing internal station number remains on the
other layer without LED display.
Contact partner in the case of problems
Contact your service personnel if a fault persists for
more than five minutes, for example.
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Fixing problems
Step by Step
Troubleshooting
Pressed key does not respond:
Check if the key is stuck.
Telephone does not ring:
Check whether the "Do not disturb" function is activated
on your telephone ("Do not disturb" appears on the
screen Æ page 26). If so, deactivate it.
You cannot dial an external number:
Check whether you telephone is locked ("Not authorized" appears on the screen). If the phone is locked, enter your PIN to unlock it Æ page 117.
To correct any other problems:
First contact the relevant service personnel. If the service personnel are unable to correct the problem, they
must contact Customer Service.
Caring for your telephone
•
•
•
•
Never allow the telephone to come into contact
with coloring, oily or aggressive agents.
Always use a damp or antistatic cloth to clean the
telephone. Never use a dry cloth.
If the telephone is very dirty, clean it with a diluted
neutral cleaner containing surfactants, such as a
dish detergent. Afterwards remove all traces of the
cleaner with a damp cloth (using water only).
Never use aggressive or alcohol-based cleansers on
plastic parts. The use of scouring agents is also forbidden.
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Index
Index
A
Agents ........................................................ 151
Answering machine ................................. 130
Application tab ............................................ 26
Applications ................................................ 33
activating an application ........................ 33
opening the context menu ................... 33
selecting an application tab .................. 33
selecting an entry ................................... 33
Audio controls ............................................ 19
Automatic line seizure ............................... 49
B
Basic ........................................................... 128
Bluetooth ........................................... 172, 184
Busy
forwarding calls ...................................... 81
C
Call
accepting ................................................. 45
accepting, group ................................... 150
distributing ............................................ 151
ending ...................................................... 50
forwarding ............................................... 84
forwarding in a team ........................... 145
holding ..................................................... 71
in a team with trunk keys ................... 141
incoming .................................................. 45
parking ..................................................... 70
pickup, directed ...................................... 56
retrieving from park ......................... 70, 71
transferring ...................................... 53, 144
Call charges
for another telephone .......................... 108
for your telephone ............................... 108
200
Call duration .............................................. 108
Call forwarding
express activation .................................. 84
MSN in CO .............................................. 88
Call forwarding key .................................... 81
Call forwarding type .................................. 81
Call forwarding, activating
call forwarding key ................................. 84
Program/Service menu .......................... 84
Call forwarding, deactivating
call forwarding key ................................. 85
Call lists ................................................ 38, 104
Call logs
copying into phonebook ...................... 107
Call volume ................................................ 170
Call waiting
accepting ................................................. 68
allowing .................................................... 69
preventing ............................................... 69
preventing and allowing ........................ 69
Call waiting (camp-on)
tone off .................................................... 69
Call waiting on/off ...................................... 69
Call waiting tone on/off ............................. 69
Callback ........................................................ 54
Calling a second party ............................... 52
Calls in queue ................................... 125, 151
CE marking .................................................... 2
Charges
for another telephone .......................... 108
for your telephone ................................ 108
Code dialing in ISDN ................................ 134
Conference .................................................. 52
Connection options .................................... 16
Consultation ................................................ 52
Contact
display format ....................................... 101
Context menus ........................................... 29
Control relays ............................................ 137
Index
D
Data Mobility ............................. 127, 128, 129
Data Privacy .............................................. 127
Debugging ................................................. 181
Details, fax ................................................ 130
Dial keypad .................................................. 15
Dialing
internal/external calls ............................. 48
on-hook dialing ........................................ 49
with DDS keys ........................................ 50
with speed dialing .................................. 63
Dialing aid
S0 bus ...................................................... 67
Direct inward system access (DISA) .... 132
Direct station select ................................... 91
DISA ........................................................... 132
Display angle ............................................. 159
Display design .......................................... 162
Display icons ............................................. 210
application tab ......................................... 32
call status ................................................. 34
message icons ........................................ 30
phonebook entries ................................. 35
status bar ................................................. 26
Display settings
idle mode for display ........................... 160
Display view for
HiPath 4000 environment ................... 193
Displaying network information ............. 181
Distributing calls ....................................... 151
Do not disturb ........................................... 114
F
Favorite for call forwarding, setting ........ 83
Fax details ................................................. 130
Fixed call forwarding ................................. 81
Forwarding
MSN in CO .............................................. 88
multiple subscriber number (MSN) ..... 88
Forwarding all calls .................................... 81
Forwarding destination ............................. 82
Forwarding external calls .......................... 81
Forwarding internal calls ........................... 81
Forwarding MSN in CO ............................. 88
Forwarding type ......................................... 81
Free keys
programming ........................................... 89
Function keys ........................................ 15, 19
Functions
using from the outside ........................ 132
G
General information ................................... 12
Graphic display ........................................... 26
call lists ............................................... 38, 39
icon indicating call status ...................... 34
messages ................................................ 40
phonebook icons .................................... 35
Graphic display settings
idle mode for graphic display ............. 160
Group call ................................................... 148
H
Handsfree answerback ............................. 57
Headset ................................................. 49, 56
Help function .............................................. 43
HiPath 5000
opening a door ...................................... 158
relays ...................................................... 157
Hold .............................................................. 71
Hotline delayed ........................................... 66
Hunt group ................................................ 148
I
Icons ........................................................... 210
application tab ......................................... 32
call status ................................................. 34
message icons ........................................ 30
phonebook entries ................................. 35
status bar ................................................. 26
Important information .................................. 3
Indication
active call forwarding ............................. 80
IP telephony .............................................. 153
IP-Address, WBM URL ........................... 181
201
Index
K
O
Key modules ............................................... 18
Keypad ......................................................... 25
Keypad dialing .......................................... 134
Keys
programming .......................................... 89
saving incomplete .................................. 89
Open listening ............................................ 47
OpenStage Key Module ............................ 18
Operating instructions ................................. 2
Overload .................................................... 125
L
LAN telephony .......................................... 153
LDAP .......................................................... 104
quick search .......................................... 105
LED
trunk keys .............................................. 140
LED display
direct station selection keys ................ 23
function keys .......................................... 23
LED displays, understanding ................... 91
direct station selection key ................ 143
forward line ........................................... 146
Line seizure, automatic ............................. 49
Line utilization ........................................... 139
Lists (for phone numbers and contacts) 98
Location of the telephone .......................... 3
Locking/unlocking .................................... 117
M
Menu "User" ................................................ 41
Mobile phone number,
guest telephone ...................................... 126
Mobility ...................................................... 126
Mobility variants ....................................... 126
Mode keys ............................................ 15, 20
MULAP keys, trunk keys ........................ 139
Multi-line telephone ................................... 14
Multiple subscriber number (MSN)
forwarding ............................................... 88
N
No reply
forwarding calls ...................................... 81
Number
saving ....................................................... 95
202
P
Parking a call ............................................... 70
Personal identification number .............. 119
Phone number directories ........................ 98
Phone settings .......................................... 159
Phonebook .................................................. 35
LDAP ................................................ 37, 104
local phonebook ..................................... 36
changing contact data ...................... 100
group administration ........................ 102
new contact ......................................... 98
saving a picture ................................... 99
voice recognition .............................. 103
system phonebook ................................ 37
Pickup (call) ......................................... 56, 150
PIN .............................................................. 119
for a telephone ..................................... 117
PIN, saving ................................................ 119
Placing a call on hold
in the team ............................................ 141
Pop-up menu ........................................ 30, 34
Pop-up window .......................................... 31
Primary line ............................................... 139
Privacy ........................................................ 111
Private line ................................................. 139
Programmable sensor keys ..................... 23
Programming a sensor key
with a function ........................................ 89
Programming free keys ............................ 89
Q
Quick search
LDAP ...................................................... 105
Index
R
T
Recall ............................................................ 76
Receiving volume ..................................... 170
Relays ........................................................ 137
Ring transfer
in an executive/secretary team .......... 147
Ringer cutoff ............................................. 113
Ringer off ................................................... 113
Ringing group ........................................... 150
Tel. data service ....................................... 135
Telephone
locking .................................................... 117
locking/unlocking .................................. 117
Telephone maintenance ......................... 199
Text input (via the display keyboard) ...... 27
Theme ........................................................ 162
Three-party conference ............................. 52
Timed reminder ........................................ 120
Timed reminder, answering ................... 121
Toggle/Connect .......................................... 52
TouchGuide ........................................... 15, 21
TouchSlider ................................................. 19
Trace call .................................................... 116
Transfer (call) ...................................... 53, 144
Troubleshooting ........................................ 199
Trunk keys ................................................. 140
S
Safety precautions ....................................... 2
Screensaver .............................................. 159
Search contacts .......................................... 35
Second call
accepting ................................................. 68
Secondary line .......................................... 139
Secure Call .......................................... 13, 111
connection status ................................. 111
notification ............................................. 111
Secure connection ............................. 13, 111
Security ...................................................... 111
Sensors ...................................................... 137
Set headset port ...................................... 168
Settings ...................................................... 159
Shared line ................................................ 139
Single-line telephone ................................. 14
Speakerphone distance .............................. 3
Speakerphone mode ........................... 46, 47
Special dial tone ....................................... 114
Speed-dialing
dialing ....................................................... 63
suffix-dialing ............................................ 63
system ..................................................... 63
Station number for call forwarding ......... 82
Status icons ................................................ 26
Suffix-dialing
automatic ................................................. 63
System speed-dialing ................................ 63
U
UCD ............................................................ 151
Unencrypted call ...................................... 111
Unsecured connection ...................... 13, 111
USB memory stick ................................... 126
backup scope ........................................ 188
checking backups ................................. 192
connecting ............................................. 188
deleting backups .................................. 192
removing ................................................ 188
USB stick ................................................... 127
User data
restoring ................................................. 190
restoring all data ................................... 190
restoring selected data ........................ 191
saving ............................................. 188, 189
User interface
OpenStage 60/60 G/80/80 G ................ 15
User menu ........................................... 41, 196
User password ......................................... 112
User support ............................................... 12
Using Ethernet switches .......................... 17
Using network ports more efficiently ..... 17
203
Index
V
Variable call forwarding ............................. 81
Voice encryption ................................ 13, 111
connection status ................................. 111
notification ............................................. 111
W
Waiting calls .............................................. 125
204
Overview of functions and codes
Overview of functions and codes
The following table lists all available functions, as shown on the display. If configured (contact your service personnel), functions can be activated interactively (select + confirm), via
the Program/Service menu (select + confirm or enter a code) or with function keys.
Functions
(=display)
... Interactively
e
Account code
Advisory msg. on
Advisory msg. off
;
;
Associated dial
Associated serv.
Call waiting
Waiting tone off
Waiting tone on
;
;
;
Call wait.term.on
Call wait.trm.off
Callback
View callbacks/Delete
Conference
Start conference
Add party
End conference
Remove party
Drop last conf. party
Consultation
Return to held call
Quit and return
Transfer/Accept call
Control Relay On (only for HiPath 3000)
Control Relay Off (only for HiPath 3000)
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
... Via the
Program/Service
menu Æ page 41
e
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
... With
a key
v
Code
*60
*69
X
X
#69
X
*67
X
*83
*55
*87
X
#87
X
*490
X
#490
X
*58
X
X
X
#58
*3
X
#3
*491
X
;
;
*0
*0
;
;
*90
X
#90
X
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Overview of functions and codes
Functions
(=display)
... Interactively
e
... Via the
Program/Service
menu Æ page 41
e
Data I/O Service
... With
a key
v
Code
*494
X
*54
*54
X
*47
*945
*97
X
#97
X
*89
X
#89
X
*53
*1
*11
*12
*13
X
#1
X
*495
X
#495
X
*64
X
#64
X
*501
X
#501
X
Directory
1=internal
2=LDAP
DISA
DISA intern
Discreet Call
DND on
DND off
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
Door opener on
Door opener off
DTMF dialing
Forwarding on
1=all calls
2=external calls only
3=internal calls only
Forwarding off
;
;
;
;
;
CFNR on
CFNR off
Trunk FWD on
Trunk FWD off
;
;
Forward Line: On
Forward Line: Off
Headset
Answer (a call)
HF answerback on
HF answerback off
Hotline
206
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
;
;
;
;
;
*96
X
#96
X
Overview of functions and codes
Functions
(=display)
Join group
Leave group
In hunt group
Out of hunt group
... Interactively
e
;
;
;
;
Keypad dialing
Lock all phones
Lock phone
Unlock phone
;
;
Change PIN
... Via the
Program/Service
menu Æ page 41
e
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
... With
a key
v
Code
*85
X
#85
X
*85*
X
#85#
X
*503
*943
*66
X
#66
X
*93
Mobile Login
X
;
Mute on
*52
X
Mute off
#52
X
*44
X
Night answer on
Night answer off
Open door
Override
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
#44
X
*61
X
*62
X
*59
*56
X
Page
Answer page (not for U.S.)
Park a call
Retrieve call
Phone test
Pickup - directed
Pickup - group
Accept call
;
;
Prog. feature key
;
;
;
;
;
;
*940
*59
*57
X
;
*91
X
#56
Recording
Redial
Reject calls
Release
Reserve trunk
Reset services
X
X
;
;
;
X
;
X
#0
X
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Overview of functions and codes
Functions
(=display)
... Interactively
e
Retrieve line
Ring Transfer: On
Ring Transfer: Off
Ringer cutoff on
Ringer cutoff off
;
;
Ringing group on
Ringing group off
Room monitor
Select language
Send message
View sent message
View messages
;
;
;
... Via the
Program/Service
menu Æ page 41
e
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
... With
a key
v
Code
*63
*502
X
#502
X
*98
X
#98
X
*81
X
X
#81
X
*88
X
*48
*68
X
#68
X
#68
X
Mailbox
X
Shift Key
X
;
Show call charges (own telephone)
View call charges (other party’s telephone)
Speaker call
Suppress call ID
Restore caller ID
Tel. data service
Temporary MSN (not for U.S.)
;
;
;
Timed reminder on
Timed reminder off
Trace call
Transfer
Trunk flash
208
X
X
Temporary Phone
Toggle/Connect
*65
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
*80
*86
X
#86
X
X
*42
*41
*508
*46
X
#46
X
*2
X
*84
X
*51
X
X
X
Overview of functions and codes
Functions
(=display)
... Interactively
e
... Via the
Program/Service
menu Æ page 41
e
... With
a key
v
Code
UCD
Log on
Log off
Available
Not available
Work on
Work off
UCD night on
UCD night off
Calls in queue
Use speed dialing
Change Speed Dial (individual)
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
;
*401
X
#401
X
*402
X
#402
X
*403
X
#403
X
*404
X
#404
X
*405
*7
*92
X
X
X
209
Display icons
Display icons
Application tab
Telephony interface Æ page 34
Phonebooks Æ page 35
Call lists Æ page 38
Messages Æ page 40
Menu Æ page 41
Help function Æ page 43
Status bar
The ringtone is deactivated Æ page 113
Operating data is sent to the server Æ page 44
The "Do not disturb" function is activated Æ page 114
The phone lock is activated Æ page 117
The Bluetooth function is activated Æ page 172
A mobility user is logged on to the phone Æ page 126
Save the user data when logged off Æ page 129
The data for the new user is retrievedÆ page 128
Saving user changes Æ page 128
Error during transfer via DLS server Æ page 128
Transfer of caller list is aborted Æ page 129
Messages
You have received one or more new messages
One or more new entries have been added to the call lists
Call forwarding is active
Connection status
The call is active
The call has been disconnected
You have placed the call on hold (e.g. consultation hold)
Your call partner has placed the call on hold
You are conducting a call via a secure connection
You are conducting a call via an unsecured connection
210
Display icons
Phonebook entries
Primary business number
Secondary business number
Mobile phone number
Private phone number
The phone number is not saved in the personal phonebook
211
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