DT690
Cordless Phone for MX-ONE
USER GUIDE
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Contents
Contents
1
Welcome
1
2
Important User Information
3
2.1
Safety Instructions
5
2.2
Intrinsic Safety
10
2.3
Preparing for Use
10
2.4
IPEI Code
10
2.5
Software Version
10
2.6
Accessibility and Voice Quality
10
3
Description
13
3.1
Functions and Accessories
14
3.2
Display Information
16
3.3
Menu Structure
20
3.4
Tones
28
4
Switching On and Off
29
4.1
Switching on
29
4.2
Switching off
29
5
Free Seating
31
5.1
Logging on
31
5.2
Logging off
31
6
Incoming Calls
33
6.1
Answering Calls
33
6.2
Parallel Ringing
34
7
Outgoing Calls
37
7.1
Calling
37
7.2
Number Presentation Restriction
39
7.3
Last External Number Re-dial
39
7.4
When You Receive a Busy Tone
40
7.5
Bypass
42
7.6
Speed Dialing
43
7.7
Voice Dialing
43
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7.8
Authority
43
8
Contacts
47
8.1
Write Text and Numbers
47
8.2
Make a Quick Call by Name to one of your Contacts
49
8.3
Make a call by name to one of your Contacts
49
8.4
Add a Name and a Number
49
8.5
Change a Name and a Number
50
8.6
Delete a Name and a Number from your Contacts
50
8.7
Dialing a Number from the Central Phonebook (Optional)
50
8.8
Dialing a Name from the Central Phonebook (Optional)
51
9
Short cuts
53
9.1
Defining Soft Keys
53
9.2
Defining Hot keys
53
9.3
Defining Navigation Key
54
9.4
Defining Multifunction button
55
10
My Favourites
57
10.1
Add Favourites
57
10.2
Delete Favourites
57
11
During Calls
59
11.1
Volume Control
59
11.2
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
59
11.3
Mute Microphone
59
11.4
Inquiry
60
11.5
Transfer and Retrieve a Call
61
11.6
Blind Transfer
61
11.7
Put a Call on Hold
61
11.8
Call Waiting
62
11.9
Conference
62
11.10
Dialing During a Connected Call
63
12
Call Forwarding
65
12.1
Diversion
65
12.2
Internal Follow-me
65
12.3
External Follow-me
66
12.4
Personal Number
67
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12.5
Setting form for search profiles
70
13
Absence Information (Optional)
73
13.1
Order
73
13.2
Cancel
73
13.3
Order for Another Extension
74
13.4
Cancel for Another Extension
74
14
Messages
77
14.1
Manual Message Waiting
77
14.2
Text Messages
78
14.3
Write and Send a Message (SMS)
80
14.4
Voice Mail (optional)
81
15
Group Features
85
15.1
Group Call-pick-up
85
15.2
Common Bell Group
85
15.3
Group Hunting
85
16
Other Useful Features
87
16.1
Account Code
87
16.2
General Deactivation
88
16.3
Night Service
88
16.4
Emergency Mode
88
16.5
Malicious Call Tracing
89
16.6
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
89
17
Settings
91
17.1
Sound and Alert
91
17.2
Display
92
17.3
Time and Date
93
17.4
Phone Locks
94
17.5
Changing Owner ID
96
17.6
Changing Answering Method
96
17.7
Changing the Menu Language
98
17.8
Changing Text Size for Messages
98
18
Connections
99
18.1
Bluetooth
99
18.2
System
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18.3
In Charger
102
19
Installation
105
19.1
Charging the Battery
105
19.2
Charging Spare Batteries
105
19.3
Replacing the Battery
105
19.4
Desktop Charger
106
19.5
Rack Charger
107
19.6
Battery Pack Charger
107
19.7
Headset
107
19.8
Bluetooth Headset
107
19.9
Belt Clip
111
19.10
Portable Device Manager
112
20
Troubleshooting
115
21
Glossary
117
22
Telephony Function Codes
119
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Welcome
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Welcome
Welcome to the user guide for the DT690 cordless phone. This guide describes
the available features of the telephone when it is connected to MX-ONE™. The
cordless telephone is a handset rich of features, with color display, telephony,
messaging, and Bluetooth as optional. The telephone is designed to be used in
a medium demanding environment, such as hospital environment, light industry
environment, and office environment.
Depending on the version and configuration of the exchange that your
telephone is connected to, it can be that some of the functions and features
described in this user guide are not available. There can also be some
differences in the way your telephone is programmed. Please consult your
system administrator if you need further information. Some markets use
differing codes for some features. In this guide the features are described
using the most common code. The latest version of the user guide can be
downloaded from: http://www.aastra.com.
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Important User Information
WARRANTY
AASTRA MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO
THIS MATERIAL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. Aastra shall not be liable for errors contained herein nor for
incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing,
performance or use of this material.
TRADEMARK
Aastra is a registered trademark of Aastra Technologies Limited. All other
trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Hereby, Aastra Telecom Sweden AB, SE-126 37 Hägersten, declares that this
telephone, is in conformity with the essential requirements and other relevant
pros of the European R&TTE directive 1999/5/EC. Details to be found at:
http://www.aastra.com
FCC Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class
B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance
with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and
on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of
the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which
the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for an
uncontrolled environment. This device complies with FCC SAR limit of 1.6
W/kg. The maximum SAR value measured when used at the ear is 0.104
W/kg. The telephone has also been tested when worn on the body using
belt clip, maximum measured SAR value in this configuration is 0.029 W/kg.
This device must not be collocated or operating in conjunction with any other
antenna or transmitter.
•
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the
requirements adopted by the ACTA. On the rear side, underneath the
battery of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information,
a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this
number must be provided to the telephone company.
•
REN is N/A as this product is intended to be connected behind a FCC
Part 68 compliant PBX system. It is not intended for direct connection
to telephone network.
•
If this equipment cause harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of
service may be required. But if advance notice isn't practical, the telephone
company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be
advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is
necessary.
•
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment,
operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment.
If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance notice in order
for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
•
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, for repair or
warranty information, please contact your Aastra business partner
http://www.aastra.com. This equipment is not intended to be repaired by
the customer (user). If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company may request that you disconnect the
equipment until the problem is resolved.
•
Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the
state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation
commission for information.
•
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the
telephone line, ensure the installation of this equipment that it does not
disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable
alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or qualified installer.
Electrical Safety Advisory
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Electrical surges, typically lightning transients, are very destructive to customer
terminal equipment connected to AC power sources. Customer is thus
recommended to use a surge arrestor for the equipment that requires AC power.
2.1
Safety Instructions
Note:
2.1.1
When using your telephone or connected equipment, the following
basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce risk of
fire, electrical shock and other personal injury.
Recommendations
•
Always keep and handle your products with care and keep them in a clean
and dust-free place. Proper use and care will prolong the products life. Use
a soft absorbent tissue or cloth to remove dust, dirt or moisture.
•
Always ensure that the phone, battery and charger are used and operated
in the environment for which they are designed.
•
Operate the phone in temperatures between 0°C to +40°C (32°F to 104°F).
•
Do not expose your products to liquid, moisture, humidity, solvents,
strong sunlight, harsh environments or extreme temperatures, never above
+60°C (+140°F), unless the product has been specifically designed and
officially approved for such environments.
•
Exposure to heat may cause batteries to leak, overheat or explode,
resulting in fire, burns or other injuries.
•
Do not put the product in the microwave oven: This may cause damage
to either the oven or the product.
•
Do not attempt to disassemble or alter any part of the phone, the
charger(s) or the battery-pack. Disassembly or alteration may result in
electrical shock or irreversible damage to the equipment. Only a qualified
service personnel or an authorized Aastra partner should conduct internal
inspections, alterations and repairs.
•
Do not expose your product to open flames or lit tobacco products.
•
Do not drop, throw or bend your products. This may cause malfunction
or electric shock.
•
Do not paint your product.
•
Do not use your product in an area where a potentially explosive
atmosphere exists, unless the product has been specifically designed and
officially approved for such environments
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•
To avoid hearing impairment, accept the call before holding your product
(or portable handsfree device) to your ear.
Warning!
The handset may retain small magnetic objects around the mouthcap or earcap
region. Please check and remove before use.
2.1.2
Disposal of the product
•
2.1.3
Your product should not be placed in municipal waste. Please check
local regulations for disposal of electronic products.
Power supply
Available power adapters (Suppliers Designation) are:
•
Art.No.DC3: 130160 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/0.65A -Europe
•
Art.No.DC3: 130166 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/1A -USA, Canada,
AUS, and U.K.
•
Art.No.DC4: 130161 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/2A
Precautions:
6
•
Connect the AC power supply to the desktop battery charger only to the
designated power sources as marked on the charger.
•
Make sure the AC power supply is positioned so that it will not be subjected
to damage or stress.
•
To reduce risk of electrical shock, unplug the chargers from any power
source before attempting to clean or move it.
•
The AC power adapters must not be used outdoors or in damp areas.
•
Never modify the cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into the outlet, have a
proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
•
Limit the distance between the mains socket and the cordless phone when
charging for easy accessibility.
•
As an energy saving measure, disconnect the charger from the main
socket after charging.
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2.1.4
•
When unplugging the mains adapter from the power outlet, make sure
that your hands are dry and ensure that you hold the solid portion of the
mains adapter.
•
Do not pull on cables.
Charging and batteries
This product should only be used with the following battery:
•
Art.No.: 660190 Battery
Single chargers shall only be connected with power adapters supplied by the
manufacturer, see list above.
Precautions:
Please read carefully the following important precautions before the first time
use of the batteries. Make sure to understand and observe all cautionary
instructions stated, so as to avoid any possible safety hazards that are caused
by any misuse, misapplication or damage to batteries.
•
Only use batteries, mains adapters or desk and rack chargers which have
been specifically designed for use with your product.
•
Use of power sources not explicitly recommended may lead to overheating,
reduced battery performance, distortion of the equipment and fire or other
damages.
•
The phone is equipped with Li-Polymer/Li-lon battery. In a complex
infrastructure, the talk- and standby time may differ, due to the consequence
of the increase in signaling.
•
The battery must always be completely charged (minimal 4 hours) before
first time use.
•
The battery in your product is designed to withstand many charge cycles.
•
Use only the recommended charging equipment.
•
Improper charging can cause heat damage or even high pressure rupture.
•
Observe proper charging polarity.
•
Do not solder lead wires directly onto the battery.
•
Do not allow water to come into contact with the battery, this could
short-circuit and damage the battery.
•
If the handset has been exposed for water or condense, remove the battery
immediately and let it dry completely before reinserting the battery.
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•
Remove the battery before cleaning the telephone to reduce risk of electric
shock.
•
Unplug the battery charger from a power source before cleaning the
handset to reduce risk of electric shock.
•
The battery is replaceable, however it is not the intention to do this
frequently.
•
Only charge the battery when placed in the phone.
•
Use only the specified battery-packs for your product.
•
Never heat or dispose of the battery into a fire, which, or else, may cause
leakage, burst or fire.
•
Remove the carrying case from the product while in charger.
•
Do not cover the product while being charged. Do not charge the phone
in a closed cabinet or drawer. The charging of the battery is a chemical
process and causes the battery to become warm during charging. Make
sure the environment in which the phone is charged, is well vented.
•
The cordless phone can be charged either when switched on or off.
•
Do not connect the battery's positive and negative leads altogether in any
circumstances.
•
Do not strike or drop the battery. It may cause damage to the battery.
•
Do not charge the battery below +5°C (+41°F). Be sure to charge the
battery between +5°C and +40°C (+41°F and 104°F). Charging beyond
these conditions may impair the battery performance and shorten the life
cycle.
•
Do not use battery packs from different types, brands or of different
capacities.
•
The battery is to be stored in a dry cool place, with the ambient temperature
of approximately +25°C (+77°F) for best performance.
•
The battery continues to discharge a minimal portion of its power, even if
the product is switched off or the battery is removed.
•
Dispose the battery in accordance with all local regulations, applicable
in your country.
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Warning!
Smoke or fumes
Stop operating the products and turn off immediately in case of smoke
or fumes. Unplug the mains adapter and remove the batteries from the phone
immediately. Continued operation may result in fire or electrical shock.
Warning!
LCD
If the liquid crystal display breaks, avoid injury by not allowing the liquid crystal
to come into contact with eyes, skin or mouth. Prevent the liquid crystal from
leaking out of the broken glass.
2.1.5
Bluetooth Qualified Design ID
Bluetooth QD ID: B014317
2.1.6
Preventing malfunction
•
Never place the equipment in close proximity of electric motors, welding
equipment or other devices generating strong (electro) magnetic fields.
Exposure to strong (electro) magnetic fields may cause malfunction and
corrupt the communication.
•
Moving the equipment rapidly between warm and cold temperatures
may cause condensation (water droplets) to form on its internal and
external surfaces. Water droplets may cause malfunction of the equipment
and corrupt or end communication or damage the equipment. When
condensation is noticed, stop using the equipment. Switch off the phone,
remove the battery and unplug the mains adapter from the power outlet.
Wait until the moisture evaporates from the equipment before putting it in
operation again.
•
Avoid accidental drop of the phone. Use the clip, security clip or carrying
case specified for carrying purposes of the phone.
•
Avoid squeezing the phone between furniture and your body when carrying
the phone in your pocket or attached to clothing.
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2.2
Intrinsic Safety
The DT690 cordless phone is not specified as intrinsically safe, so do not use it
in areas with a danger of explosion.
2.3
Preparing for Use
Before using your phone for the first time, you have to charge and connect the
battery, see Section 19 on page 105.
Note:
2.4
Place the phone in the charger and charge it for at least one hour
before using it the first time.
IPEI Code
Your phone has an International Portable part Equipment Identity (IPEI)
code. This code is unique for each phone, and it is needed for your system
administrator to enable network subscription of your phone.
To look up the IPEI code, do the following:
•
2.5
Enter *#06# when phone is in idle mode.
A message box with the text IPEI followed by the IPEI number (13 digits)
is shown.
Software Version
To view the telephone’s software version:
1. Enter *#34# in standby mode.
2. Select Software.
2.6
Accessibility and Voice Quality
The base network is not always available. If you do not get in contact with
your system, contact your system administrator. For best voice quality, avoid
positioning near computer, radio or similar equipment.
2.6.1
Operating area
You can use your cordless telephone in the area that is covered by the network.
Outside this area you will lose contact with the telephone network. The signal
strength icon,
10
, will disappear and No System will be displayed.
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2.6.2
Out of Range
When you leave the system coverage area you will hear a short beep and see
a lamp indication, and the text Searching will appear in the display. The out
of range beep will be repeated every minute for 30 minutes. It is possible to
. When reentering the coverage area it
switch off this beep by pressing
can take a couple of minutes before the phone automatically has registered
into the system.
2.6.3
Frequency Range
The handset is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it receives
and sends out radio frequency (RF) energy. The handset operates on
different frequency ranges depending on market and employs commonly used
modulation techniques:
•
EU 1880 - 1900 MHz
•
U.S. 1920 - 1930 MHz
•
L.A. 1910 - 1930 MHz
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Description
3
Description
This section describes the DT690 cordless phone and its display information,
menu structure, and tones. A picture of the telephone is shown in Figure 1
on page 13.
1
15
2
4
3
16
6
5
7
8
10
9
11
12
14
13
Figure 1
Overview of the cordless telephone DT690
1
Multifunction button
This button can be used as a short cut to functions; long or double
press modes.
2
Volume Up
To increase the speaker volume.
3
Volume Down
To decrease the speaker volume.
4
Headset connector
The headset connector is for connecting a headset. The
connector is protected against dust by using the headset
connector cover.
5
Left Soft key
Can be pre-programmed or used with GUI.
6
Middle Soft key
Can be pre-programmed or used with GUI.
(1)
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Right Soft key
Can be pre-programmed or used with GUI.
8
Off-hook key
To answer a call, to pre-dial a number, and as a short cut to the
Call list.
9
Five-way navigation key
Navigation key with Left, Right, Up, Down, and Confirmation (in
the middle). It is also possible to program these keys for short
cuts, except the middle key.
10
On-hook key; Power On and Off
Combined button; to end a call, to return to standby mode, and to
switch the handset on and off by long press.
11
Voice mail access
To listen to a voice mail.
12
Key lock and Upper/Lower case
Combined key lock and Upper/Lower Case.
13
Space
To add space between text.
14
Mute key
Switch off and on audible signals in idle mode, silencing the ring
signal at incoming call, and also to switch the microphone off
and on during a call.
15
Indication lamp
Indicates incoming call, messaging, low battery, and charging.
16
Display
The full graphic type display is 128 pixels wide and 160 pixels
high. The display has multiple colors and backlighting.
(1) Soft keys are explained further in Figure 4 on page 17
3.1
Functions and Accessories
Functions and accessories for the phone are presented in Figure 2 on page 15.
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Local phonebook (250 contacts)
Central phonebook
Vibrator
Headset connector
Microphone on/off during call
Loudspeaking function
SMS (Short Message Service)
Voice mail access
Centralized Management
Easy replaceable battery
Bluetooth (optional)
Yes
Yes*
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes*
Yes*
Yes*
Yes
Yes
Accessories
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
001
Desktop charger Basic
Desktop charger Advanced
Charging rack
Battery pack charger
Leather case
Belt Clip
hinge-type
swivel-type
Security chain
Headset with microphone on boom
Headset with microphone on cable
Bluetooth Headset
CPDM
Desk PDM
* System dependent
Figure 2
DT690 functions and accessories
Case
The plastic cover parts are made of durable PC/ABS
material.
Antenna
The antenna is integrated inside the phone.
Loudspeaker
The cordless telephone has a separate loudspeaker
for the Loudspeaking function. It is placed on the back
of the cordless telephone.
Microphone
The microphone is placed on the front bottom of the
phone.
Clip
There are three different belt clip options to the cordless
telephone; a hinge-type clip (standard), a swivel-type
clip, or no clip which makes it possible to use the
cordless telephone without any clip on. Use the clip to
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attach the phone to a belt or similar. See also Section
19.9 on page 111.
The battery is a rechargeable Li-Pol/Li-lon battery,
placed under a battery cover. The battery is fully
charged after four hours.
Battery
The battery can be charged separately with a special
battery charger.
3.2
Security String
The security string is 800 mm long. The security string
is attached directly to the telephone.
Leather Casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the
handset. The casing comes with a swivel type belt clip
and the handset is fully operational while placed in the
casing.
Display Information
The icons and text in the display indicate functions and settings available to
the user. The display gives visual feedback on all actions performed, and also
textual warnings, see Figure 3 on page 16. The owner ID can manually be
set by the user.
Note:
If a name is available it is displayed instead of, or together with, the
number.
11:00
Status bar
05/12/2007
Header bar
System A
Active area
709040
Soft key bar
004
Menu
Figure 3
Example of a display configuration in standby mode
The top row (Status bar) is used for icons giving the user information for signal
strength, missed call, new message, phone lock, key lock, sound off, time and
battery status. This row is always visible.
The next row (Header bar) displays the current date, headset connection,
Bluetooth connection, and system connection.
The next rows (Active area) are used for information such as the name of the
system to which the cordless telephone is connected. A user identity provided
from the system, or an Owner ID, can also be displayed if it has been configured
in the Settings menu. This is also the area for pop up text for example, missed
calls or to confirm an action.
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Description
The bottom row (Soft key bar) is used for soft keys which can be used as short
cuts for functions in the telephone. There are three soft keys, located just
beneath the display and the functions of each soft key is indicated by text in the
display just above the keys, see Figure 4 on page 17. In standby mode, the soft
keys can be used for specific functions defined by the user of the handset.
List
003
Call
Soft keys
Figure 4
Note:
Soft keys (Call and List)
The information displayed varies depending on the version and
configuration of the exchange, and whether you use the phone in a
DECT or an IP DECT system. Consult your system administrator to
find out which type of system your phone is used in.
Depending on the state and setting of your phone, different information can be
shown, see the following list:
•
•
•
Idle phone
−
Normal.
The display shows the programmed name of your network, your name
and extension number, time, date, and so on, see Figure 3 on page 16.
−
Follow-me activated.
The display shows your own extension number followed by a > and
the extension number diverted to.
Outgoing call
−
Normal outgoing call.
When making an outgoing call, the dialed number or name is displayed.
−
Diverted call.
If the dialed number is diverted, the diversion information is shown.
For example, the display shows the dialed number and the number
diverted to (preceded by >). When the diverted call is answered, only
the number of the answering position is displayed.
Incoming call
−
Normal incoming call.
If available, the number or the name of the caller is displayed.
−
Diverted call.
A diversion indicator (>) before the number or name informs that the
call is diverted to your phone. When you have answered the call, the
display only shows the number of the person calling.
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3.2.1
System Connection Messages
Possible system connection messages that can be displayed on your phone is
described below.
Shown in display
Indicating
Description
System A
System
Indication
The phone is in contact with System A. It is
also possible for the system to be named
something else, for example, MX-ONE.
No System
Out of
coverage
The telephone is out of coverage. Go into
(1)
range, or contact system administrator.
No access
Access
Indication
Your phone has contact with a system,
calling is not allowed.
No
Subscription
System
Indication
The phone is not in contact with any
system. Please ask your system
administrator to log on the phone.
(1) When reentering the coverage area it can take a couple of minutes before the phone
automatically has registered into the system.
3.2.2
Display Icons
The display icons are listed and shortly described below.
Icon
Description
Signal strength
Shown in the upper left corner, when the phone is connected to
a system. The staples shown in display depends on the signal
strength.
Sound off
Shown when the
key is pressed and held.
Full battery
Shown in upper right corner.
Low battery
Shown when the battery only has 5% of its capacity left. The
icon is flashing when the battery capacity is lower than 5%.
Loudspeaking
Displayed in the soft key bar during a call. Pressing this icon will
activate the loudspeaking mode.
Loudspeaking off
Displayed when the soft key for Loudspeaking has been
pressed. Pressing the soft key when this icon is displayed will
deactivate the loudspeaking mode.
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Description
Icon
Description
New message
Indicates that a new message (or messages) has arrived. The
icon remains in the status bar until all new messages in the
inbox are read.
Voice mail message
Appears in the message inbox when there are voice mails. The
icon remains until voice mail has been listened.
Read message
Placed in front of a message indicates that this message already
has been read.
Keys locked
Indicates a locked keypad.
Phone locked
Indicates a locked phone.
Bluetooth
Indicates that Bluetooth is enabled.
Bluetooth headset
Indicates that a Bluetooth headset is connected to the phone.
Headset
Indicates that a corded headset is connected to the phone.
Microphone off
Indicates a silenced microphone. It is displayed after a long
press on
during a call.
Outgoing call
Added in front of outgoing calls in the call list.
Incoming call
Added in front of all answered calls in the call list.
Missed call
Added in front of missed calls in the call list, and in the status bar.
System connection
Visible when connecting to a system.
3.2.3
Menu Tabs
The menu tabs are listed and described below.
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Contacts
Contains all names and numbers in the personal
phonebook. It is also possible to access a central
phonebook from this menu.
My favourites
Contains menu short cuts used to customize an own
menu.
Messaging
Contains all message handling such as reading and
writing messages.
Calls
(1)
Contains call lists, call time, and call services .
Connections
Contains Bluetooth connection, headset selection,
system selection and In charger selection.
Settings
Contains personal phone settings such as changing the
ringer volume, selecting language, and so on.
Short cuts
Contains short cuts for the Soft keys, Hot keys,
Navigation keys, and the Multifunction button
Profiles
Contains possibility to add four different profiles. By
default there is no profile.
(1) Call services are configured by the system administrator through the Desk PDM/CPDM
3.2.4
Additional Display Features
Depending on which network you are connected to, additional display features
are available. Ask your system administrator if you require additional display
features.
3.3
Menu Structure
The available phone and network functions can be accessed via the menus.
to enter, step in, and confirm selections in the menus. The middle
Press
key is for confirmation and in standby mode it is by default a short cut to the
main menu. It is also possible to press Select to confirm a selection. Press
to exit the menu structure.
Back to return to previous menu, and press
When entering the main menu, the display will look as in Figure 5 on page 21.
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Description
13:00
Messaging
Calls
Connections
Short cuts
My favourites
Settings
Profiles
Contacts
Select
Figure 5
Note:
3.3.1
Back
Messaging tab is selected by default when entering the main menu
The phone can be used in several networks, and it is not sure that all
functions are supported in all networks.
Calls Tab
An overview of the calls tab
is presented in Figure 6 on page 21.
—> • Call
01:30
03:35
• More
05:26
• Back
20-Oct-03
>
—> •
•
•
•
•
•
Time of call
Edit number
Save number
Send message
Delete
Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
>
• Call time
—> • Call
7682 05:26
7845 23-Sep-03
• More
• Back
—> Total call time:
03:47:06
Last call:
00:00:07
>
—> •
•
•
•
•
•
Time of call
Edit number
Save number
Send message
Delete
Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
>
• Call services
—> • Absence*
—> • Deactivate
• Lunch
• Meeting
• Trip
• Vacation
• Out
• Absence 1
• Absence 2
• Absence 3
• Absence 4
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Internal
• External
• No reply
• When busy
>
>
>
>
• Call list
—>
7891
7827
7682
7845
• Missed calls —>
• Divert calls*
* Visible if defined in the Desk PDM/CPDM
Figure 6
Note:
Calls structure
Call services functions are system dependent. Parameters are set up
via the Central Portable Device Manager (CPDM) or the Desk PDM.
Contact your system administrator.
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3.3.2
Contacts Tab
An overview of the Contacts tab
• Call contact
——>
is presented in Figure 7 on page 22.
• Search
• From contact list
• Add contact
——>
• Edit contact
——> • Search
• From contact list
• Delete contact
• New
• From Call list
——> • Search
• From contact list
• Central phonebook* ——> • Search by name
• Search by number
• Last result
>
——> • Name
• Work number
>
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
——> • Name
• Work number
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
——>
• Call
• More
• Back
>
——>
>
>
• View contact
• Add to contacts >
• Send message
>
* System dependent
Figure 7
3.3.3
Contacts structure
Profile Tab
An overview of the Profile tab
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is presented in Figure 8 on page 23.
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Description
• Name
>
>
• Volume
——> • Internal call
• Extrernal call
• Call back
>
>
>
>
• Vibrating alert
——> • On
• Off
• On if silent
>
>
>
• Key sound
——> • Silent
• Click
• Tone
>
>
>
• Ring signal
• Normal (example)
——>
• Message alert
——>
• Add new
• Answering behaviour ——> • Automatic
• Loudspeaker
Figure 8
3.3.4
>
>
Profile structure
Messaging Tab
An overview of the Messaging tab
is presented in Figure 9 on page 23.
——> Message List —> • View —> • Reply ——> • Enter text >
• Inbox
• More ——> • Delete
• Forward
• Call sender
• Call no. in text
• Save number
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
>
>
>
>
>
• Close
• Back
• Write new message
——> • Enter text >
• Unsent
——> Message List —> • Edit
—> • Send ——> • Enter number >
• Clear
• Back
• More —>
>
• Delete
• Delete all >
• Back
• Sent
——> Message List —> • View —> • Forward —> • Enter text >
• More
• Close
• More —>
—> • Delete
• Call no. in text
• Save number
>
>
>
• Delete
• Delete all
• Back
Figure 9
Messaging structure
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3.3.5
My Favourites Tab
An overview of the My favourites tab
• Add new
• No favourites added ——>
• Back
• Favourites added
——>
(example)
is presented in Figure 10 on page 24.
——>
>
• Inbox
• Write new message
• Central phonebook
• Call contact
• Call list
• Call absence*
• Call diversion*
• Profiles
• Write new message >
• Central phonebook >
(short-cuts)
* Defined in the Desk PDM/CPDM by system administrator
Figure 10
3.3.6
My favourites structure
Short cuts Tab
An overview of the Short cuts tab
is presented in Figure 11 on page 24.
• Soft Keys
——>
• Left
• Middle
• Right
——>
——>
——>
• Hot Keys
——>
• 0, 2 - 9
——> • Function
• Value
• Control question
• Navigation Keys
——> • Upp
• Down
• Left
• Right
• Multifunction button ——>
• Long press
• Multi press
Figure 11
3.3.7
• Name
• Function
• Value
• Control question
——>
——>
——>
——>
• Function
——>
——>
• Function
• Value
• Control question
• Value
• Control question
——> • Not used
• Phone call
>
• Contact list
• Central phonebook
>
• Message inbox
• Send message
——> • Change profile
• Open a menu
>
>
• Call absence
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
Short cuts structure
Connection Tab
An overview of the Connection tab
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• Not used
• Phone call
• Contact list
• Central phonebook
• Message inbox
• Send message
——> • Change profile
• Open a menu
>
>
• Call absence
>
——>
>
>
is presented in Figure 12 on page 25.
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—> • Enable / Disable
• Bluetooth
>
—> • Add new
• Headset
>
—> • Mic on boom
• Headset
• Mic on cable
• System
—>
• Change system
• Subscribe
• Unsubscribe
• Rename system
• Priority
>
>
>
>
>
—> • No action
• In charger
• Switch off
• Redirect
Figure 12
3.3.8
Connection structure
Settings Tab
An overview of the Settings tab
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• Sound & Alerts —> • Volume
>
• Ring signals
>
• Message alert >
• Locks
• Vibrator alert
>
• Key sound
>
—> • Automatic key lock
—>
• Brightness
—> • On
• On in charger
• Off
• Change PIN code >
—> • Auto phone lock
• Phone lock
• Display
—> • On
• Off
>
• Screen saver >
• Time & Date
• Answering
—>
–>
• Time format >
• Date format >
• Answering key
—> • Hook-off
• Any key
• Answering behaviour —>
• Messages
• Automatically
>
• Loudspeaking
>
>
• *Language
—> Dansk, Nederlands,
English, etc.
• Owner ID
>
Figure 13
3.3.9
–> • Text Size
>
>
Settings structure
In Call
Functions from the In call menu, see overview in Figure 14 on page 27, are
reached during a call from the middle soft key More.
Note:
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Features displayed when pressing More are programmed via the Desk
PDM/CPDM. Please contact your system administrator.
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Description
• Contacts
—> • Open the contacts menu
• Microphone on/off
>
• Audio transfer**
>
*
• New call
• Switch
—>
*
• End call
• Call
• Phonebook access
• Cancel
>
>
>
>
—> • Switch from current call to call on hold
*
>
—> • End current call
• Transfer*
—> • Connecting the two call parties
• Transfer to new call*
—> • Call
• Phonebook access
• Cancel
>
>
>
>
• Conference*
—> • Create a conference call with current call and call(s) on hold
• Call back*
—> • Send call back inquiry to exchange
• Call waiting*
—> • Send call waiting inquiry to exchange
• DTMF
>
• General purpose 1 Name*
• General purpose 2 Name*
—> • Send programmed function data to exchange
>
>
>
>
• General purpose 3 Name*
**Only available when Bluetooth connection is active.
* Visible if defined in the Desk PDM/CPDM by system administrator
Figure 14
In call
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3.4
Tones
The following different tones are sent from the exchange to your phone.
Dial tone
Special dial tone
Ringing tone or
queue tone
Busy tone
Congestion tone
Number
unobtainable
tone
Call waiting tone
Intrusion tone
Conference tone
every 15 seconds (to all parties)
Verification tone
Warning tone,
expensive route
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4
Switching On and Off
In this section, switching on and off the telephone is described.
Note:
4.1
If the message No System is displayed you cannot make or answer
calls. Depending on system programming, your phone can be
automatically locked. To unlock the phone, enter your four-digit code
(factory default is “0000”).
Switching on
To switch on the telephone, do the following:
1. Press and hold
.
The telephone will vibrate when it is on and the display lights up. A control
question will be displayed to confirm switch on.
2. Press Yes.
If the phone does not switch on, or the if battery icon indicates low level, charge
the battery.
4.2
Switching off
To switch off the telephone, do the following:
1. Press and hold
.
After a few seconds, a control question is displayed to confirm switch off.
2. Press Yes.
The display turns blank and your phone is switched off.
Note:
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5
Free Seating
The Free Seating function is used for persons who have an office extension
number but no telephone set of their own, for example, flexible office workers,
persons mostly outside the office, and so on. As a free seating user, and
working from the office, it is possible to logon to any free telephone set. This
telephone set will temporarily be assigned with your extension number and
your system authorities.
Note:
5.1
Free seating is not supported by IP DECT.
Logging on
To log on, do the following:
1. Press *11*.
2. Enter the Authorization Code and press *.
3. Enter your extension number, press # and then
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
.
to finish the procedure.
4. Press
The display shows your phone number.
5.2
Logging off
To log off, do the following:
1. Press #11# and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
2. Press
to finish the procedure.
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6
Incoming Calls
A flashing indicator, accompanied by a ring signal and a vibrating handset,
indicates an incoming call. The ring type can tell if the call is an internal,
external or callback call. Both ring signal and vibrator can be disabled. The
calling party’s number, name, or both, is displayed. The name of the caller will
be shown if the calling party’s phone number is stored in the local or central
phonebook. When a headset is connected to the handset, the answering button
on the headset can be used to answer the call.
Other answering methods, that is, Automatically or Loudspeaking, can also be
set. This is done from the settings tab, see Section 17 on page 91.
When automatic answering is enabled, an incoming call will be answered
automatically after approximately one second.
The 25 last received phone numbers are stored in the call list, together with the
latest dialed and missed phone numbers, see Section 7.1.2 on page 38.
6.1
Answering Calls
Press
Note:
6.1.1
to answer an incoming call.
Calls can be answered at any time, even during programming, or
keying in a number, and so on. When the phone is in idle mode, you
can change the answering method, see Section 17.6 on page 96.
On another extension
To answer a call to a phone in another room:
1. Call the ringing extension and press
You will hear a busy tone.
.
2. Press 8.
Note:
6.1.2
France and New Zealand press 4; Sweden press 6.
Handsfree
To answer a call in loudspeaking mode:
•
Press .
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker.
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6.1.3
Mute ring signal temporarily
If the phone rings at an inconvenient moment:
1. Press
to suppress the ringing.
All alert signals, including the vibrator, will silence for this specific call.
2. Press
6.1.4
to answer the call.
Switch ring signal off
You can set your phone to silent ringing, when your phone is in idle mode:
•
6.1.5
Press and hold
to switch the ring signal on or off. When switched off,
is shown. All alert signals will silence until the ring signal is switched on
again. If the vibrator is set to On when silent, it will alert you of new calls,
messages and alarms. See Section 17.1.3 on page 91.
Reject the call
If you do not want to take the call, when the phone rings:
•
6.1.6
to reject the call.
Press
The call is disconnected.
End the call
To end a call:
•
6.2
.
Press
The display shows the duration of the call. The total time of the call can
also be retrieved from the calls tab.
Parallel Ringing
The Parallel Ringing function makes it possible for an incoming call to ring
several phones simultaneously and for the call to be answered on any of the
phones. The main advantage of this function is minimizing the risk of losing
calls. The function requires all the phones involved to be defined in a parallel
ringing list, which must be configured and initiated by your system administrator.
Because only calls to a main extension will be distributed among the phones
in the list, this main extension also needs to be defined. A call to a specific
extension will not be distributed to other phones in the list. Parallel Ringing can
be temporarily disabled by the phone user using the function Internal Follow-me.
For more information on Internal Follow-me, see Section 12.2 on page 65.
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6.2.1
Disabling Parallel Ringing Temporarily
To disable Parallel Ringing temporarily, do the following:
1. Press *21*.
2. Enter the extension number.
3. Press #.
Note:
U.K., press *2*, extension number, #.
.
4. Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
5. Press
to finish the procedure.
If you want to disable Parallel Ringing for all phones defined in the list, follow
the procedure for disabling the function from the phone with the main extension
number and enter the number of the answering position. If you want to disable
Parallel Ringing for one specific phone in the list only, follow the procedure for
disabling the function from this phone and enter its extension number.
6.2.2
Restoring Parallel Ringing
To restore Parallel Ringing, do the following:
1. Press #21# and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note:
2. Press
Note:
U.K., press #2#.
to finish the procedure.
If you want to restore Parallel Ringing for all phones defined in the
list, follow the procedure for restoring the function from the phone with
the main extension number and enter the number of the answering
position. If you want to restore Parallel Ringing for one specific phone
in the list only, follow the procedure for restoring the function from this
phone and enter its extension number.
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Outgoing Calls
This section specifies ways of making outgoing calls, how to restrict your
number to not be displayed to the person you are calling, and how to call the
last external number dialed.
It is also possible to make a call from the contacts tab from the main menu, see
Section 8 on page 47.
7.1
Calling
There are some different ways of initiating a call, described in the following
sections. The 25 last received, dialed or missed calls are stored in a call list.
The numbers can be either extension numbers or external numbers. External
numbers are preceded by the digit(s) for external call access.
To call a number that is not stored in the call list, do the following:
or Call.
1. Enter the number and press
The number is shown on the display while dialing.
2. If needed, press Clear to erase and edit the number.
By using the navigation key, it is possible to step and add or delete a digit in
the middle of a number.
Note:
7.1.1
•
It is possible to switch the tone sender in a dialed number on and
.
off by making a long press on
•
If you receive a queue tone when the digit(s) to get an external line
are dialed (if the feature Least Cost Routing is used in the system),
keep waiting. Once a line becomes free you will receive a dial tone.
If a warning tone is heard, the selected line is marked Expensive.
Dialing Using a Pre-programmed Hot key or Soft key
A hot key or soft key can be programmed with a telephone number. To dial,
do the following:
•
Press the pre-programmed hot key or soft key.
The call will automatically be connected.
Note:
For instructions on how to program hot keys and soft keys, see Section
9 on page 53.
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7.1.2
Dialing a Number from the Call List
The 25 last received, dialed and missed phone numbers are stored in the call
list. If Clock and Date function is set, it is possible to see the time for the calls
made or received that day. The following day, the time stamp is changed to
a date stamp. For more information on time and date settings, see Section
17.3 on page 93.
To dial a number stored in the call list, do the following:
.
1. Press
The call list is opened.
2. Step in the call list and select a number to dial.
3. Press
or Call.
The number can be edited before the call is started, to do this:
7.1.2.1
a
Press More.
b
Select Edit number, and press Select.
c
Change the number and press
or Call.
Delete a number from the Call list
To delete a number from the call list, when your phone is in idle mode, do
the following:
1. Press Menu, select Calls, and press Select.
2. Select Call list, and press Select.
3. Select a number and press More.
4. Select Delete, and press Select to remove the selected number.
Select Delete all, and press Select to remove all numbers in the call list.
5. Press Yes to confirm.
The name and number are deleted.
7.1.3
Dialing a Number from a Message
It is possible to dial a number included in a received message. To dial from a
message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Press View.
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4. Press More.
5. Select Call (No. in text), and press
7.1.4
.
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
While waiting for a connection, dial tone or during the call:
1. Press
.
2. You are connected to the call via the loudspeaker and microphone.
7.1.5
End the call
To end a call, do the following:
•
7.2
Press
.
The display shows the duration of the call. The total time of the call can
also be retrieved from the Calls tab.
Number Presentation Restriction
Note:
•
This function can be blocked for use on your extension (this is
programmed by your system administrator).
•
The Number Presentation Restriction is only valid for the ongoing
call, that is, the procedure has to be repeated the next time you
want to use it.
If you do not want your name and number to be displayed to the person you
are calling, do the following:
1. Press *42# and press
Wait for a dial tone.
.
2. Dial the number.
Instead of your name and number, the display on the called phone shows
Anonymous.
7.3
Last External Number Re-dial
When initiating an external call, the system automatically stores the number
dialed, whether the call was successful or unsuccessful.
To re-dial the last external number dialed:
•
Press *** and
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Note:
7.4
Finland and Sweden, press **0 .
When You Receive a Busy Tone
If you call an extension and receive a busy tone, get no answer, or if all external
lines are busy, you can use any of the following methods:
•
Callback
•
Activate Call Waiting
•
Intrusion on a busy extension
Note:
7.4.1
These functions need to be programmed via the Desk PDM or CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
Callback
During an outbound call, the soft key More is displayed, leading to the In call
menu.
To initiate callback, when a called extension is busy or there is no answer,
do the following:
1. Press More.
2. Mark Call back, and press Select.
, and wait until the phone alerts.
3. Press
You are called back (recall ring signal) when the ongoing call is finished or the
next time a new call is finished. You have to answer within eight seconds,
otherwise the callback service is cancelled. While waiting for callback, you
can make and receive calls as usual.
to answer when you are called back.
4. Press
The system calls the extension.
Note:
Note:
If Callback is not programmed and shown in when pressing More,
you can press 6 to initiate callback. France, New Zealand and
Sweden, press 5.
Callbacks can be activated on several extensions at the same time.
If all external lines are busy when
number, do the following:
is pressed after dialing the external
1. Press 6#.
Note:
2. Press
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France, New Zealand and Sweden, press 5#.
to finish the procedure.
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When an external line becomes free you will be called back (recall ring signal).
You have to answer within eight seconds, otherwise the Callback service is
cancelled. While waiting for the Callback, you can make and receive calls
as usual.
3. Press
.
The system calls the external number.
Note:
7.4.2
Only one Callback can be activated on a busy external line.
Cancel any single Callback
To cancel a callback, do the following:
1. Press #37* and enter the extension number. (To cancel a single Callback
on a specific external line, dial the digit or digits to get a line instead of the
extension number.)
Note:
North America press #6*.
.
2. Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
7.4.3
to finish the procedure.
Cancel all Callbacks
To cancel all callbacks, do the following:
1. Press #37#.
Note:
North America press #6#.
.
2. Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
7.4.4
to finish the procedure.
Activate Call Waiting
If you urgently wish to contact a busy extension or an external line, you can
notify by a Call Waiting signal.
Note:
The Call Waiting function might be blocked for use on your extension
(programmed by your system administrator). If Call Waiting is not
allowed, you will continue to receive a busy tone.
To activate Call Waiting, do the following:
1. Press More, mark Call Waiting.
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2. Press Select.
The other part will receive a call waiting signal.
3. Close the menu but keep the phone off hook.
4. When the called extension or the external line becomes free, it will be
called automatically.
Note:
7.4.5
If Call Waiting is not enabled in the In call menu, you can also press 5
to activate. France and New Zealand, press 6; Sweden, press 4.
Intrusion on a busy extension
To intrude on a busy extension, do the following:
1. Press 4.
Note:
France, New Zealand and Sweden, press 8.
2. Before the intrusion is executed, a warning tone is sent to the parties in the
ongoing call. A three party call is established and a warning tone is heard.
Note:
7.5
The warning tone might be disabled for your system. The Intrusion
function might be blocked for use on your extension (programmed by
your system administrator). If Intrusion is not allowed, you will continue
to receive a busy tone.
Bypass
If the Bypass function is allowed from your extension, what can be bypassed on
a specific extension is the following:
•
Activated Diversion
•
Activated Follow-me
•
Activated Absence Information
To bypass, do the following:
1. Press *60* and enter the extension number.
Note:
2. Press
North America, press *1*
.
3. Press # and wait for answer.
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7.6
Speed Dialing
By using common speed dialing numbers, it is possible to make calls simply
by pressing a few keys. The common Speed Dialing numbers consists of 1-5
digits and are stored in the exchange (by the system administrator).
1. Dial the common Speed Dialing number.
Please refer to your telephone directory.
to make the call.
2. Press
Note:
7.7
You can also make Speed Dialing calls via the phonebook.
Voice Dialing
Your phone is prepared for Voice Activated Assistant. Please refer
to separate documentation for Voice Activated Assistant, available at
http://www.aastra.com. This function can be programmed via CPDM or Desk
PDM on a hot key, soft key or the multifunction key. Please contact your
system administrator.
7.8
Authority
There are two types of authorization codes, common and individual, presented
in the following sections.
7.8.1
Authorization Code, common
If you are assigned to use a common Authorization Code (1 to 7 digits) you can
temporarily change any used phone within the exchange to the authority level
connected to this code. You can use the code for one call only or you can open
the phone for some calls and lock it when leaving the phone.
For a single call, do the following:
1. Press *72*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *75*. North
America, press *6*
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
.
3. Dial the digit(s) to get an external line.
4. Dial the external number.
To open an extension for some calls, do the following:
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1. Press #73*.
Note:
North America, press #71*
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
3. Press
.
to finish the procedure.
To lock an extension, do the following:
1. Press *73*.
Note:
North America, press *71*
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
3. Press
7.8.2
.
to finish the procedure.
Individual authorization code
If you are assigned to an individual Authorization Code (1 to 7 digits, assigned
to your own extension) you can lock your own extension to a common authority
level, for example when out of the office. You can also temporarily change
any other used phone within the exchange to the same authority level as you
have on your own phone. The individual code can be changed from your own
extension.
To lock your phone, do the following:
1. Press *76*.
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
3. Press
.
to finish the procedure.
To make calls with your authority level when your phone is locked, do the
following:
1. Press *75*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
.
3. Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and the external number.
To open your phone, do the following:
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1. Press #76*.
2. Enter Authorization Code and press # and
3. Press
.
to finish the procedure.
To assign your own authority level to another phone, do the following:
1. Press *75*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
2. Enter Authorization Code and press *.
.
3. Dial your own extension number and press # and
Wait for a verification tone.
4. Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and the external number.
To change your individual Authorization Code, do the following:
1. Press *74*.
2. Enter old Authorization Code and press *.
3. Enter new Authorization Code and press # and
Wait for verification tone.
4. Press
.
to finish the procedure.
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8
Contacts
The phone is equipped with the following phonebooks:
•
A personal, local, phonebook. In this phonebook, up to 250 entries (that
is, names and numbers) can be added, deleted and edited by the user.
The phonebook lists all names in alphabetical order, where three numbers
can be added for each contact; work number, mobile number, and other
number.
•
Access to a central phonebook (optional). To access the central
phonebook, the user sends a request to a messaging server with the first
characters entered, and the messaging server returns a list of names and
numbers matching the search. This feature is programmed by the system
administrator.
Note:
8.1
Numbers stored in the phone book have a maximum of 24 digits and
names have a maximum of 48 characters.
Write Text and Numbers
This section explains how to write text and numbers, useful when adding a new
entry in the phonebook, and when sending text messages.
While entering a name or a number, use the following for control and navigation:
or
to move the cursor within the chosen row .
•
Press
•
Press Clear to correct a wrong entry.
For example, to add Smith in the phonebook, do the following:
1. Press 7777 for S.
The marked character is selected after a time out or when another key is
pressed.
2. Press 6 for m.
3. Press 444 for i.
4. Press 8 for t.
5. Press 44 for h.
6. Press OK when the name is complete.
8.1.1
Number Input Mode
•
A short press on a key enter the digits 0 - 9 and the characters * and #.
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8.1.2
8.1.3
•
Enter a pause in number input mode by a long press on
is indicated by a P in the display.
. A pause
•
A long press on
changes the tone sender on. Tone sender on is
indicated by a T in the display.
Text input Mode
•
A short press on a key 0-9, displays the first available character on that
specific key. The marked character is selected after a time out, or when
another key is pressed.
•
To change to upper or lower case, press
before entering the
character. The same key can also be used to display only digits.
•
To add space in the text, press 0.
•
A long press on
displays special characters.
Special characters
Use the keypad to enter letters and characters. Press a key once for the first
letter or character, twice for the second, three times for the third, and so on.
The most common letters are printed above each key on the phone. All the
available letters and characters are shown in Figure 15 on page 48.
abcæàâç2
defèéêë3
, .? ! - ‘ ” 1
jkl5
ghiîï4
mnoñôöœ6
wxyz9
pqrs7
tuvû8
#
006
Space + * 0
Figure 15
Note:
48
Available characters
Depending on the selected menu language, other characters can be
available. This means that the character order can differ from the figure
above.
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8.2
Make a Quick Call by Name to one of your Contacts
Use the number key pad to quickly access the phonebook as follows:
1. Press and hold the key that holds the first character in the name.
2. The phone book opens with the closest matching list of names. Step to
another character by short presses on the same key.
3. Navigate to the desired name and press
The number is dialed.
.
For example, to find the name Eva in the phone book, do the following:
1. Press and hold 3.
The first name that starts with E is displayed.
2. Navigate to Eva and press
8.3
.
Make a call by name to one of your Contacts
To dial one of your contacts, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
2. Select Call contact.
A name list is shown.
3. Select the desired entry and press
8.4
or Call.
Add a Name and a Number
To add a name and a number to the phonebook, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
2. Mark Add contact and press Select.
3. Mark New or From call list and press Select.
If New is chosen:
a
Press Add, enter the name, and press OK.
b
Mark Name, Work number, Mobile number, or Other number, and
press Add.
c
Enter number and press OK.
d
Press Save.
If From call list is chosen:
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8.5
a
Navigate to the desired number in the call list and press Add.
b
Mark Work number, Mobile number or Other number, and press
Select.
c
Mark Name and press Add.
d
Enter the name of the contact and press OK to save the entry.
e
Press Save.
Change a Name and a Number
To edit a name or number in your list of contacts, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
2. Select Edit contact.
The names in the contact list are shown in alphabetical order. To search in the
list, enter the first character(s) in the name, or step with the navigation key.
3. Select the contact to change, and press Edit.
4. Change the name, a number or ring signal for this contact, and press OK.
5. Press Save to save the changes.
8.6
Delete a Name and a Number from your Contacts
To delete a name and a number from your contacts, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
2. Mark Delete contact and press Select.
The names in the contact list are shown in alphabetical order.
•
Navigate with the navigation key to the desired name or number.
OR
•
Enter the first character(s) in the name and press Search.
3. Press Delete and select Yes to delete the entry.
8.7
Dialing a Number from the Central Phonebook
(Optional)
To dial a number from the Central Phonebook, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
A name list is shown.
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2. Navigate and select Central Phonebook.
3. Select Search by number.
4. Enter the first digit in the number and press Search.
A message box Searching is displayed.
5. Select the number to call and press Call or
Note:
8.8
.
It will be possible to select Central phonebook even if this feature is
not supported by the system. In this case, the search will not result in
any hits. The Central phonebook option can be removed via Desk
PDM/CPDM. Please contact your system administrator.
Dialing a Name from the Central Phonebook (Optional)
To dial a name from the Central Phonebook, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Contacts.
2. Navigate and select Central Phonebook.
3. Select Search by name.
4. Enter the first or last name and press Search.
A message box Searching is displayed.
5. Select the name to call and press Call or
Note:
.
It will be possible to select Central phonebook even when this feature
has not been programmed. In this case, the search will not result
in any hits. The central phonebook feature is programmed by your
system administrator, and requires that the corresponding code has
been downloaded to your phone via Desk PDM/CPDM. Please contact
your system administrator.
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9
Short cuts
This section explains how predefined functions can be set as short cuts for Soft
keys, Hot keys, Navigation keys, and the Multifunction button.
It is for example possible to define the soft key to make a call or as a short
cut to send a message.
9.1
Defining Soft Keys
1. Press Menu and select Short cuts.
2. Select Soft keys.
3. Choose between Left, Middle, or Right, and press Select.
4. Select Name.
a
Enter a name for the soft key.
b
Press OK to save the setting.
5. Select Function, to choose a function for the soft key.
a
Select a function from the list, and press Back.
Note:
If selecting Phone call or Send message from the list, you will
be asked to specify the phone number of who to call or send a
message to.
6. Select Value (only for some of the functions) and press Edit.
•
Enter a value, for example a telephone number, and press Back.
7. Select Control question, and press Select.
Note:
The control question value is Off by default. If selecting On,
a control question Proceed? is displayed when pressing and
holding the soft key.
8. Press Back.
9. Press Save.
9.2
Defining Hot keys
A hot key can be programmed to give access to frequently used functions
such as dialling a specific telephone number, a short cut on the menu, or
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sending an SMS. Keys 0 and 2 - 9 can be set to a Hot Key. To define a hot
key, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Short cuts.
2. Select Hot keys.
3. Select one of the number in the list, that is 0 or 2-9.
4. Select Function.
5. Select a function from the list, and press Back.
6. Select Control question, and select Off or On
Note:
The control question value is Off by default. If selecting On,
a control question Proceed? is displayed when pressing and
holding the hot key.
7. Press Save to save the setting.
9.3
Defining Navigation Key
1. Press Menu, select Short cuts and press Select.
2. Select Navigation keys and press Select.
3. Select Up, Down, Left, or Right, and press Select.
4. Select Function, and press Select to select a function for the chosen
navigation key.
a
Select a function from the list, and press Back to save the setting.
b
For some functions you will get prompted to Enter number (for
example, a telephone number).
5. Select Value, and press Select (only for some of the functions).
•
Enter a value, for example a telephone number, and press Back.
6. Select Control question and press Select.
a
Select Off or On, and press Back to save the setting.
Note:
The control question value is Off by default. If selecting On,
a control question Proceed? is displayed when pressing and
holding the navigation key.
7. Press Save.
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9.4
Defining Multifunction button
The Multifunction button can be defined with two different functions, a long
press activates one function, and a double press activates another function.
The key is not used by default, but can be defined by the user of the handset.
1. Press Menu, select Short cuts, and press Select.
2. Select Multifunction button, and press Select.
3. Select Long press, or Multi press, and press Select.
Note:
Selecting Long press means you need to press and hold the
multifunction button to reach the predefined function.
Selecting Multi press means you reach the configured function by
pressing the multifunction button shortly twice.
4. Select Function, and press Select.
•
Select a function from list, press Select and then press Back to save
the setting.
5. Select Value, and press Select (only for some of the functions).
•
Enter a value, for example a telephone number, and press Back.
6. Select Control question, and press Select.
•
Select Off or On, and press Back to save the setting.
Note:
The control question value is Off by default. If selecting On,
a control question Proceed? is displayed when pressing and
holding the multifunction key.
7. Press Save.
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My Favourites
From My favourites tab it is possible to customize your own menu with functions
that are often used. A list of predefined functions are available. The options
are; Inbox, Write new message, Central phonebook, Call contact, Call
list and Profiles.
10.1
Add Favourites
To add a new favourite, do the following:
1. Press Menu select My favourites, and press Select.
2. Select Edit favourites, and press Select.
3. Mark one of the menu boxes and press Change.
4. Press Back to save the setting.
10.2
Delete Favourites
To delete a favourite, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select My favourites, and press Select.
2. Select Edit favourites, and press Select.
3. Mark one of the menu boxes and press Change.
4. Press Back to save the setting.
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11
During Calls
What can be done during a call is described in this section, for example volume
control, muting the microphone, transfer a call, and so on.
11.1
Volume Control
To adjust the volume during a call, press the volume up and volume down
buttons on the side of the phone to adjust the volume, see Figure 1 on page 13.
The phone stores and keeps the new volume level. It is also possible to use the
navigation key to adjust the volume.
11.2
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
This function is useful in situations when you need to have a conversation over
the phone while having your hands free for other tasks (handsfree). To activate
Loudspeaking during a call, do the following:
•
Press
.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and microphone and
is shown in the display.
11.3
Mute Microphone
To mute the microphone during an ongoing conversation, do the following:
1. Press and hold
.
OR
Press More, select Microphone on/off, and press Select.
2.
is displayed.
This means that the other part in an ongoing call with you will not here you.
Press
Note:
again to switch on the microphone.
It is advised to use this feature instead of putting a call on hold. A call
on hold can be diverted to your operator, directly or after some time.
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11.4
Inquiry
An Inquiry is made when having an ongoing conversation and wanting to make
an inquiry to an internal or external party.
Note:
This feature needs to be programmed via the Desk PDM/CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
To make an inquiry, do the following:
1. Press More during the call, and mark New call.
2. Press Select.
.
3. Dial the third party and press
You can dial the number, or use the phonebook to make the call. When the
third party answers, it is possible to switch between the calls (Refer back),
transfer the call, create a conference, and end one of the calls.
Note:
11.4.1
If New call does not show when pressing More, it is possible to press
R to initiate the inquiry.
End Inquiry Call
When wanting to end the inquiry call, do the following:
1. Press More and select End current call and press Select.
The third party is disconnected.
and wait for the system to recall.
2. Press
(Default 30 seconds, may vary locally).
3. Press
Note:
to return to first party.
If End current call is not shown when pressing More, press R and
to disconnect the third party.
11.4.2
Refer back
When having made an inquiry to another party, and wanting to switch back,
do the following:
1. Press More and mark Switch.
2. Press Select.
Note:
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If Switch does not show when pressing More, press 2 (for Sweden
press R) to refer back.
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11.5
Transfer and Retrieve a Call
Note:
This feature needs to be programmed via the Desk PDM/CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
To transfer an ongoing call to another extension, do the following:
1. Press More, select Transfer, and press Select.
2. Call the third party.
You can dial the number, or use the phonebook or the call list to make the call.
3. Press
.
The ongoing call is transferred.
11.6
Blind Transfer
Note:
This feature needs to be programmed via the Desk PDM/CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
To transfer a call to a number that can not be retrieved, do the following:
1. Press More and mark Transf. to new.
2. Press Select.
3. Call the third party.
4. Press
11.7
.
Put a Call on Hold
An ongoing call can temporarily be put on hold. Calls put on hold can be
resumed to your own or on another phone. To put a call on hold, do the
following:
1. Press R.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press
11.7.1
.
Resume a Call
To resume the call, do the following:
1. Press
within 30 seconds.
If not resumed within 30 seconds you will be called back. An unanswered
external call will be rerouted to the operator after another 30 seconds.
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11.7.2
Resume on Another Extension
To resume the call on another extension:
1. Call the extension where the call was put on hold and press
.
2. Press 8.
Note:
11.8
France and New Zealand, press 4; Sweden, press 6.
Call Waiting
Note:
The Call Waiting function might be blocked for use on your extension.
This is programmed via the Desk PDM/CPDM by your system
administrator.
If you hear the Call Waiting tone during an ongoing conversation, another
person is trying to contact you. To answer the call, do the following:
.
1. Press R and
The ongoing call is put on hold and your phone rings to announce the waiting
call.
Note:
2. Press
R is default for this function. If this soft key is reprogrammed to
something other than R, this function is disabled.
.
to finish the call.
3. Press
Wait for the system to recall the first party.
To terminate the ongoing call and answer the waiting call:
to finish the ongoing call.
1. Press
The waiting call is signalled on your phone
2. Press
11.9
to answer the new call.
Conference
With the conference function, up to seven parties can be included in a
conference. Only the conference leader (that is, the person initiating the
conference) can admit participants. During the conference a tone will be heard
every 15 seconds.
Note:
This feature needs to be programmed via the Desk PDM/CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
When having an ongoing conversation and wanting to establish a telephone
conference, do the following:
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1. Press More, mark New Call, and press Select.
This will put the first call on hold.
2. Dial the number, and press
.
When the third party has answered, continue with the following to establish a
conference:
3. Press More, mark Conference and press Select.
Note:
You can also press 3.
4. Repeat the procedure to add more conference members.
Note:
11.10
A tone burst is heard each time a participant enters or leaves the
conference. When the conference leader leaves the conference,
the conference will continue with the other included parties. The
conversation is changed back to a normal two party connection when
there is only two parties left.
Dialing During a Connected Call
When calling interactive teleservices, for example telephone banks, you need
to use Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signals. If the phone exchange is not
already programmed to automatically convert entered digits into DTMF signals,
this function needs to be activated during the call.
To dial digits during a connected call, do the following:
1. Press 9 or More.
•
If pressing More, select DTMF, and press Select.
2. Enter the required digits.
Entered digits are transferred as DTMF signals.
Note:
In Finland, press 1 and enter the required digits.
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12
Call Forwarding
There are some different ways of forwarding calls. These are described in
the following sections.
12.1
Diversion
A soft key or a hot key can be pre-programmed with a short cut to the Diversion
function, see Section 9 on page 53, or by setting the profile to divert incoming
calls. All calls to your extension are diverted to an internal or external answering
position of your choice.
All calls, calls when busy or calls at no answer can be diverted to other phone
numbers.
Note:
This feature needs to be programmed via the Desk PDM or the CPDM.
Please contact your system administrator.
To divert calls to another extension, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Calls, and press Select.
2. Step to Call services, and press Select.
3. Select Divert calls, and press Select.
4. Select Internal or External.
5. Select Activate and enter the number to dial.
6. Press OK.
Also see Section 12.2 on page 65 and Section 12.3 on page 66.
12.1.1
Cancel Diversion
To stop diversion, do the following:
1. Select Deactivate.
2. Press the confirmation button or OK.
12.2
Internal Follow-me
All calls to your extension are diverted to an extension of your choice (within the
private network). During Follow-me, the display shows a > after your number.
On the next row, the answering position number is shown. A special dial tone
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will be heard. Your phone can still be used for outgoing calls. Also see Section
12.1 on page 65 and Section 18.3 on page 102.
12.2.1
Order
To order Internal follow-me, do the following:
1. Press *21* and enter the answering position number.
Note:
U.K., press *2*.
2. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
12.2.2
to finish the procedure.
Cancel
To cancel Internal follow-me, do the following:
.
1. Press #21# and press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note:
2. Press
12.3
U.K. press #2#
to finish the procedure.
External Follow-me
If External follow-me is allowed, calls to your extension can be diverted to an
external number of your choice. During follow-me, the display shows a > after
your number. A special dial tone will be heard. The phone can still be used for
outgoing calls. Also see Section 12.1 on page 65 and Section 18.3 on page 102.
12.3.1
Order
To order External follow-me, do the following:
1. Press *22#.
Note:
North America, press *23#
2. Dial the digit or digits to get a line and enter the external number.
3. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4. Press
66
to finish the procedure.
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12.3.2
Cancel
To cancel External follow-me, do the following:
1. Press #22#.
Note:
North America, press #23#
2. Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
12.4
to finish the procedure.
Personal Number
With this feature you can be reached on your office phone number even if
when out of the office. Depending on the functionality of your office exchange,
you can have either one individual single search profile (standard) or choose
between five individual search profiles (optional). A search profile can be
designed to fit the situation, for example in the office, traveling, at home, and so
on. Both internal or external phone numbers can be used in a profile.
Your search profile is programmed or modified by your system administrator,
see Section 12.4.5 on page 69. When the personal number feature is activated,
incoming calls are transferred to your selected phones or backup services in
the selected order. If an answering position in the profile is busy, the call can
be transferred to another predefined position in the profile, for example Voice
Mail or to a colleague.
The profile can be handled from your own office phone. How to do this is
described in the following sections (an operator can also assist you). It is also
possible to use any of the Personal Assistant applications, if available. Contact
your system administrator for more information. When out of the office, the
feature Direct Inward System Access (DISA) can be used, if available in your
system. How to use DISA is described in Section 12.4.3 on page 68 and
Section 12.4.4 on page 68.
12.4.1
Activating or Changing to Another Profile from Your Office Phone
To activate or change to another profile from your office phone, do the following:
1. Press *10*.
2. Press the search profile digit (1-5).
3. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4. Press
to finish the procedure.
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Note:
12.4.2
When another party is included in the activated profile, a colleague
or an operator for example, always remember to inform about your
absence. If Voice Mail is included in the activated profile, always
update your greeting with Absence Information.
Cancelling from Your Office Phone
To cancel the personal number feature from your phone, do the following:
1. Press #10#.
.
2. Press
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
12.4.3
to finish the procedure.
Activating or Changing to Another Profile from an External Phone
To be able to use this function, the external phone must be of push button
type and provided with the following keys # and *, or a mobile phone adapted
for dial tone pulses (DTMF).
To from an external phone, do the following:
1. Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press *75*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
3. Enter the Authorization Code and press *.
4. Dial your own extension number and press #.
Wait for dial tone.
5. Press *10*.
6. Dial your own extension number and press *.
7. Press the search profile digit, (1-5).
8. Replace the handset.
Note:
12.4.4
When another party is included in the activated profile, for example
a colleague or an operator, always remember to inform about your
absence. If Voice Mail is included in the activated profile, always
update your greeting with Absence Information.
Cancelling from External Phone
The external phone must be of push button type, provided with the following
keys; # and *, or a mobile phone adapted for dial tone pulses (DTMF).
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To cancel the diversion from an external phone, do the following:
1. Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press *75*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
3. Dial the Authorization Code and press *.
4. Dial your own extension number and press #.
5. Press #10*.
6. Dial your own extension number and press #.
7. Replace the handset.
12.4.5
Designing and Ordering Search Profiles
The search profiles are installed or changed by your system administrator. To
set up your profiles, copy the setting forms below (Table 3 on page 70, Table 4
on page 71, Table 5 on page 71, Table 6 on page 71 and Table 7 on page 72),
fill in your new or changed profiles and hand it to your system administrator.
Note:
If a profile handling application is connected to your system, profiles can
be edited via the Intranet. See separate instructions for the application.
When designing search profiles, the following is important:
•
Avoid ring times longer than 45 seconds for your profiles. Usually the
caller hangs up after 3–6 ring signals. If you need a longer ring time, the
maximum time is 60 sec.
•
Consider the time you need to react and answer on each answering position
in your profile. You might need up to 15 seconds to react and answer a call
on a desk or cordless phone and 20–25 seconds for a mobile phone.
•
There must be an answering position at the end of every profile (Voice Mail
or operator/secretary). If not, calls might end up unanswered.
•
Consider what should happen while you are busy on a phone. The
available options are: Diversion to Voice Mail and Diversion to the operator.
•
If an answering machine, a fax or other answering device is used as
an early answering position, it might interrupt the searching. Disconnect
the answering device, or design the ring times so they do not affect the
searching.
•
If your system admits just one single personal profile, design the profile only
with your 2–3 most frequently used positions. If you add more numbers,
there is a risk that the caller hangs up before a latter position is called.
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•
If your system admits 1–5 personal profiles, design the different profiles
to fit your most frequently used positions. Make sure you use as few
answering positions as possible for each profile. Profile examples: In office,
At home, Traveling, Absent/not reachable.
Two examples of how to fill in setting forms for search profiles are described
in Table 1 on page 70 and in Table 2 on page 70.
Table 1
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
Desk
1234
10
2
Cordless
5234
15
3
Voice Mail
Table 2
12.5
Profile 1 - In office
Profile 2 - At home
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
External
222222
20
2
Mobile
0706666666
25
3
Voice Mail
Setting form for search profiles
Fill in your:
•
Name: _____________________________________
•
Department: _________________________________
•
Telephone Number: ___________________________
•
Account: ___________________________________
Table 3
Profile 1 - ______________
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
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Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
2
3
(1) Can be, for example, Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, and so on.
Table 4
Profile 2- ______________
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
(1) Can be, for example, Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, and so on.
Table 5
Profile 3- ______________
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
(1) Can be, for example, Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, and so on.
Table 6
Profile 4 - ______________
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
(1) Can be, for example, Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, and so on.
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Table 7
Profile 5 - ______________
Search order
Type of
telephone or
Answering
(1)
position
Telephone
number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
(1) Can be, for example, Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, and so on.
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Absence Information (Optional)
Absence Information is used to inform callers why you are absent and when
you return. If you are authorized, you can also enter Absence Information for
another extension from your own extension. A special dial tone will be heard.
During Absence Information, your phone can still be used for outgoing calls.
Note:
13.1
The absence handling function is reached from Calls (Call services)
and requires that the corresponding code has been downloaded to
your phone through Desk PDM/CPDM. Please contact your system
administrator.
Order
To order absence information, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Calls, and press Select.
2. Mark Call services, and press Select.
3. Mark Absence, and press Activate.
The available absence codes are displayed.
4. Select absence code, enter completing info, and confirm.
When a return time or date is requested, do the following:
a
Enter the date (MMDD) or time (HHMM) of your return. For example,
enter 0915 for September 15.
Note:
The order in which the date is stated is system dependent.
b
.
Press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
c
to finish the procedure.
Press
The display now shows the selected reason, the time or date of return,
and diversion information.
Note:
You can also use the following procedure to order: Press *23* (North
America, press *24*), enter the absence code (0-9), enter time or
date of return (if requested), press # and press
and
. The
absence code is system dependent. Contact your system administrator
regarding the available absence codes.
13.2
Cancel
To cancel absence information, do the following:
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1. Press Menu, select Calls, and press Select.
2. Mark Call services, and press Select.
3. Mark Absence and press Deactivate.
4. Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
to finish the procedure.
5. Press
The programmed information is erased.
Note:
You can also use the following procedure to cancel absence
information: Press #23# (North America, press #24#) and press
and
13.3
.
Order for Another Extension
To order absence information for another extension, do the following:
1. Press *23*.
Note:
North America, press *24*.
2. Dial the extension number and press *.
3. Enter the absence code (0-9).
4. Press * and enter the date or time for when the other person will return.
5. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
to finish the procedure.
6. Press
The display on the other person's extension shows the reason, and if entered,
time or date of return.
13.4
Cancel for Another Extension
To cancel absence information for another extension, do the following:
1. Press #23*.
Note:
North America, press #24*.
2. Dial the extension number, press # and
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
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Note:
If the special dial tone is received, the Authorization Code for the
other extension is required. Add the code and press # before
pressing
3. Press
.
to finish the procedure.
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Messages
When receiving a message, the indicator starts flashing, accompanied by a
message tone or beep or vibrating alert. If a message is received during a call,
is shown in the display.
a beep notifies the user. The new message icon
The icon will remain in the display until all new messages are opened.
There are three types of messages:
14.1
•
Manual Message Waiting (MMW), see Section 14.1 on page 77.
•
Text Messages, see Section 14.2 on page 78.
•
Voice Mail, see Section 14.4 on page 81.
Manual Message Waiting
If a called extension does not answer it is possible to initiate a message waiting
indication on that extension (if this function is allowed). If there is a message
waiting, you will hear a special dial tone.
14.1.1
Answering Manual Message Waiting
To answer a manual message waiting:
•
14.1.2
Press
.
A call is initiated to the extension that requested the MMW.
Order Manual Message Waiting to Another Extension
To order manual message waiting to another extension, when in idle mode,
do the following:
1. Press *31* and enter the extension number.
2. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
to finish the procedure.
The message is sent to the called extension.
14.1.3
Cancel Manual Message Waiting to Another Extension
To cancel manual message waiting, do the following:
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1. Press #31* and enter the extension number.
Note:
North America, press #56*.
2. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3. Press
14.2
to finish the procedure.
Text Messages
It is possible to send and receive text messages, that is SMS (Short Message
Service), to and from other phones in your system. The thirty last received
messages are stored in the message list. The message list is located in the
Messaging menu. Time and date information is included in the message.
14.2.1
Receive Messages (SMS)
A received but unread message is indicated by
shown in the display. The
icon will remain in the display until all new messages are opened. If the
message is received during a call a beep notifies the user.
To read a received message:
•
Press Yes to read it directly.
It is possible to reply, forward the message, call the sender, and call
number in text.
•
Press No to read it later.
The message will in both cases be stored in the inbox.
To read a stored message:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox.
3. Scroll to find the message and press Select to view the message.
14.2.2
Reply to a Message
To reply to a message, do the following:
1. Press Yes.
A menu appears.
2. Select Reply and press Yes.
3. Write the message.
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4. Press Send.
5. Enter the number to send the message to.
6. Press Send.
Note:
14.2.3
For instructions on how to write text and numbers, see Section 8.1
on page 47.
Delete Message(s)
To delete a message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Select which message to delete and press More.
4. Select Delete or Delete all, and press Select.
5. Press Yes to confirm.
The message is deleted.
14.2.4
Forward a Message
To forward a message to another phone number, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
4. Press More and select Forward, and press Select.
•
Write additional text (optional).
5. Press Send.
6. Enter number and press Send to forward the message.
14.2.5
Call the Sender of a Message
To call the sender of a message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
4. Press More, select Call sender, and press Select.
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14.2.6
Call a telephone number included in a Message
If the sender has written a telephone number in the message, it is possible to
call this number without dialing it. Do the following:
1. Press Menu select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
4. Press More.
5. Scroll to Call (No. in text), and press Select.
6. Press Call.
14.2.7
Save number from a Message
To save a number from a message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
4. Press More and select Save number.
5. Select Work number, Mobile number or Other number, and press Select.
6. Select Name, and press Add.
7. Enter a name and press OK.
8. Press Back.
The number will be saved in the contact list.
14.3
Write and Send a Message (SMS)
To write and send a message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Write new message, and press Select.
3. Write the message and press Send.
Note:
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The maximum message length is 160 characters (Keys 0-9, * or
# can be used. Keys 0 and 1 contains special characters, see
Section 8.1.3 on page 48 to see all characters). Some characters
require 2 bytes in the final message, therefore the user will
sometimes not be able to enter 160 characters.
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4. Enter a number, or press middle soft key to enter your contact list, and
press Send to send the message.
The first character entered will be an upper level character followed by lower
is pressed before entering the character.
level characters unless the
When pressing a key, the first available character on that specific key is
displayed. To get any of the other characters on that key, press the key until
that character appears in the display. For example, to the character E, press
3 twice. E appears in the display and is selected after a time out or when
another key is pressed.
Note:
14.3.1
To delete a character, press Clear.
Open a sent Message
To open a sent message, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Sent, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
14.3.2
Send to another destination
To send a message to another destination, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox or Sent, and press Select.
3. Select a message, and press View.
4. Press More, select Forward, and press Select.
5. Edit the message if wanted, and press Send.
6. Enter a number, and press Send.
14.4
Voice Mail (optional)
The Voice Mail application allows you to leave a voice message to the caller
when you are unable to answer calls, for example when out of office, in a
meeting, and so on. The caller can leave a message in your mailbox, and when
back in your office you can enter your mailbox and listen to received messages.
You can choose to divert all incoming calls, or calls when no answer or
incoming calls when phone is busy, to your mailbox.
If using the Personal Number feature, it is recommended to program Voice Mail
as the last answering position for all search profiles.
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When you enter your mailbox, you will hear recorded instructions on how to
handle listening, recording, storing and deleting messages, and how to change
your security code.
A new Voice Mail is indicated by a popup message, a sound, and
idle screen. Information is stored in the Voice inbox.
in the
Note:
14.4.1
•
How to handle your mailbox depends on the type of Voice Mail
system. Contact your system administrator if you do not know
which type of Voice Mail system you have.
•
It is possible to configure a voice mail number to the voice mail
button via the Desk PDM/CPDM. Please contact your system
administrator.
Activation and Deactivation
For instructions on activation and deactivation, see Section 12.1 on page 65.
Use the number to the Voice Mail system as Answering position number.
14.4.2
Check Voice Mail Inbox
A new Voice Mail is indicated by a popup message, a sound, and an icon in the
idle screen.
To check your voice mails, do one of the following:
•
Press Call from the popup message.
•
Press and hold 1, when in idle mode.
In case the following message pops up: Voice mail number not
defined, the voice mail number needs to be configured to the voice mail
button. Contact your system administrator.
OR
•
Enter Messaging from the main menu.
To check voice mails from Messaging tab, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Messaging, and press Select.
2. Select Inbox, and press Select.
If asked, enter your security code.
Note:
The
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The security code at delivery is the same as the extension number.
is displayed first in the inbox list.
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3. Select
Note:
and press View, and then Call.
Only one voice mail at the time will be displayed, even if there are more
voice mail messages in the message list.
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Group Features
The group features available for this cordless phone are presented in the
following sections.
15.1
Group Call-pick-up
People working in a team can have their phones programmed by the system
administrator to form Call-pick-up groups. In a Call-pick-up group, any member
can answer any individual call to group members. To enable this function,
do the following:
•
Press *8# and press
Note:
Note:
15.2
to answer.
Finland and Sweden, press *0#; North America, press *59#.
One Call-pick-up group can serve as an alternative to another group.
Calls to the alternative group can only be answered when there are no
calls to your own group.
Common Bell Group
Calls are signalled on a Common bell. To answer, do the following:
•
Press *8# and press
Note:
15.3
.
Finland and Sweden, press *0#; North America, press *59#..
Group Hunting
An internal Group Hunting number is a common directory number for a group of
extensions. Calls to the group will be indicated at a free extension in the group.
When you leave the group temporarily, you make your phone unavailable for
incoming calls.
15.3.1
Leaving the Group Temporarily
To leave the group temporarily, do the following:
1. Press *21* and enter your own extension number.
Note:
U.K., press *2* and then extension number.
2. Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
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3. Press
15.3.2
to finish the procedure.
Reentering the Group
To reenter the hunting group, do the following:
1. Press #21# and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note:
2. Press
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U.K., press #2#.
to finish the procedure.
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Other Useful Features
In this section, other useful features with the cordless phone and MX-ONE
are presented.
16.1
Account Code
The Account Code function is used to charge a call to an account number or to
prevent unauthorized calls from your phone. The Account Code can have 1
to 15 digits.
To enable this function, do the following:
1. Press *61*.
Note:
Finland and Norway, press *71*.
2. Dial the account code, press # and press
Wait for dial tone.
.
3. Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and the external number.
16.1.1
Ongoing External Call
When the Account Code function is used to charge a call it is also possible to
connect an ongoing external call to an Account Code.
During the call, do the following:
1. Press R to put the ongoing call on hold.
Wait for dial tone.
Note:
Soft key R is default. If this soft key is reprogrammed to something
else, this function will disappear.
2. Press *61*.
Note:
Finland and Norway, press *71*.
3. Enter Account Code and press #.
Wait for dial tone.
4. Press R.
5. Press
to resume the call that was put on hold.
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16.2
General Deactivation
The following features can be simultaneously cancelled:
16.2.1
•
Callback (all Callbacks are cancelled).
•
Internal and External Follow-me.
•
Manual Message Waiting/Message Diversion.
Order
To order general deactivation, do the following:
1. Press #001# and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note:
2. Press
16.3
North America, press #0#.
to finish the procedure.
Night Service
When the exchange is in Night Service mode, all incoming calls to the operator
are transferred to a selected extension or group of extensions. The exchange is
equipped with the following three different Night Service modes:
16.4
Common Night
Service
All incoming calls to the operator are transferred to one
specific extension. Answer the call in the normal way.
Individual Night
Service
Selected external calls to the operator are transferred
to one specific extension. Answer the call in the normal
way.
Universal Night
Service
All incoming calls to the operator are transferred to a
universal signaling device, for example the common
bell. Answer the call as described in Section 15.2 on
page 85.
Emergency Mode
In the event of an emergency, the operator can set the exchange into
Emergency mode, during which only pre-programmed extensions are permitted
to make calls. If your extension is not assigned with this category and you try to
make a call, you will not receive a dial tone.
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16.5
Malicious Call Tracing
If being disturbed by bothersome or malicious external incoming calls, it is
possible to request number tracing from the network provider. Tracing can be
invoked during or after an ongoing conversation. The external line can be held
for a limited period of time.
16.5.1
Order
To order call tracing during an ongoing conversation, do the following:
1. Press R.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press *39#.
The system acknowledges with different tones whether the tracing request was
accepted or rejected.
16.6
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
If you are assigned to use the DISA function, and you are working externally,
you can call your office and get access to an external line in order to make
business calls. Business call will be charged your office extension number or
an account number. You will just be charged for the call to the office. The
external phone must be of push button type provided with the keys # and *, or a
mobile phone adapted for dial tone pulses (DTMF).
After a completed DISA call you must hang up before a new DISA call can
be made. Depending on the type of authorization codes and account codes,
different procedures are used. These are presented in the following sections.
16.6.1
Common Authorization Code
When using a common authorization code, do the following:
1. Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press *72*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *75*; North
America, press *6*
3. Dial the Authorization Code and press #.
Wait for dial tone.
4. Dial the external number.
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16.6.2
With Individual Authorization Code
When using an individual authorization code, do the following:
1. Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for dial tone.
2. Press *75*.
Note:
Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *75*; North
America, press *6*
3. Dial the Authorization Code and press *.
4. Dial your own extension number and press #.
Wait for dial tone.
5. Dial the external number.
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17
Settings
Your phone is equipped with many options to set and adjust behaviors to satisfy
your personal needs. These settings are available in the Settings tab, which is
reached from the main menu.
17.1
Sound and Alert
Sound and alert settings include for example ringer volume, ring signals and
so on.
17.1.1
Adjusting Ringer Volume
To adjust ringer volume, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Select Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
3. Select Volume, and press Select.
4. Step with
to increase the volume and
to decrease it.
5. Press OK to save the settings.
17.1.2
Different Ring Signals for Internal Call, External Call and Call Back
To set different ring signals for different calls, do the following:
1. Press Menu and select Settings.
2. Mark Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
3. Select Ring Signals, and press Select.
Different signals for internal calls, external calls and call back can be set.
4. Select Internal call, External call or Callback, and press Select.
5. Select a ring signal, press Select, and press Back to save the setting.
17.1.3
Switching Vibrator On and Off
To switch the vibrator on and off, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Select Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
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3. Select Vibrating alert, and press Select.
4. Choose between On, On when silent (that is, the vibrator is on when the
phone is muted), or Off, and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
17.1.4
Message Alert
It is possible to set different message alerts. Do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Sounds & Alerts, and press Select.
3. Mark Message alert, and press Select
4. Choose between the 8 different message alerts.
It is possible to listen to the message alerts by pressing Play.
5. Press Back to save the settings.
17.1.5
Key Sound
This means that each time a key is used, the phone gives a small sound. To
enable this function, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Sounds & Alerts, and press Select.
3. Mark Key sound, and press Select.
4. Choose between Click, Tone or Silent.
It is possible to listen to the key sound by pressing Play
5. Press Select.
6. Press Back to save the setting.
17.2
Display
Display settings concern brightness and screen saver settings.
17.2.1
Brightness
To set brightness, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Display and press Select.
3. Mark Brightness, and press Select.
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4. Mark Normal or Power save, and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
17.2.2
Screen saver
To set screen saver, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Display, and press Select.
3. Mark Screen saver, and press Select.
4. Mark Information or Black, and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
17.3
Time and Date
You can set time and date by following the instructions in the following two
sections.
17.3.1
Setting Time Format
To set the time, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Time & Date, and press Select.
3. Mark Time format, and press Select.
The actual time is displayed. The formats to select from are the following:
•
12:00 (AM/PM)
•
24:00
4. Press Back to save the settings.
17.3.2
Setting Date Format
To set the date, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Time & Date, and press Select.
3. Mark Date format, and press Select.
The formats to select from are the following:
•
DD/MM/YYYY. (That is, 17/09/2007 (also called Europe)).
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MM/DD/YYYY. (That is, 09/17/2007 (also called US)).
•
YYYY-MM-DD. (That is, 2007-09-17 (ISO 8601)).
•
MMM DD YYYY. (That is, Sept 17 2007).
•
DD MMM YY. (That is, 17 Sept 07).
•
DD.MM.YYYY. (That is, 17.09.2007).
•
DD-MM-YYYY. (That is, 17-09-2007).
4. Press Back to save the setting.
17.4
Phone Locks
The keypad can be locked to prevent keys to be pressed by mistakes. The
phone can be locked to be protected from unauthorized use. When the phone
lock function is activated, a PIN code must be entered at power on.
Note:
17.4.1
It is possible to call an emergency call, and to answer and close an
incoming call while the keypad is locked.
Activating Automatic Key Lock
The keypad can be set to lock 20 seconds after it was last used. When in
idle mode a locked keypad is indicated by . To activate the automatic key
lock, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Locks and press Select.
3. Mark Automatic key lock and press Select.
4. Mark On, and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
17.4.2
Activating Manual Key Lock
It is recommended to always have the automatic lock on, but it is possible to
manually lock and unlock the keypad as well. To lock the keypad manually:
1. Press
.
2. Press Lock
The
indicates that the keypad is locked.
17.4.2.1
Unlock
To unlock the keypad, do the following:
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1. Press
.
2. Press Yes.
17.4.3
Activating Phone Lock
Activating Phone lock will protect the phone from unauthorized use. When
this function is activated, the PIN code has to be entered at power on. When
activating Phone lock the PIN code that must be entered. The PIN code is by
default (0000) but it can be changed to any 4-8 digit code, see Section 17.4.4
on page 95.
To activate the phone lock, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Locks and press Select.
3. Mark Phone lock and press Select.
4. Mark Auto phone lock and press Select.
5. Mark On, or On in charger, and press Select.
6. Enter PIN code, and press OK.
7. Press Back to save the settings.
When the phone is locked,
is shown in the display.
Note:
17.4.4
If PIN code lost enter new via PDM or do a factory reset via PDM.
Changing PIN Code
To change PIN code, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Settings.
2. Mark Locks and press Select.
3. Mark Phone lock and press Select.
4. Mark Change PIN code and press Select.
5. Enter old PIN code (default is 0000) and press OK.
6. Enter new PIN code.
7. Confirm the new PIN code and press Save.
The following message is displayed: New PIN code saved.
17.4.5
Deactivating Phone Lock
To deactivate the Phone lock function, do the following:
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1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Locks and press Select.
3. Mark Phone lock and press Select.
4. Mark Auto phone lock and press Select.
5. Select Off, and press Select.
6. Enter PIN code, press OK.
7. Press Back to save the setting.
17.5
Changing Owner ID
The Owner ID is set to identify the telephone. To change the owner ID, do
the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Owner ID, and press Select.
3. Enter a name and press Save to save the setting.
17.6
Changing Answering Method
The phone can be set to answer a call automatically when a headset is used, or
to answer a call by a press on any key.
You can also change the answering behavior to:
17.6.1
•
Use Loudspeaking function directly when
•
Automatically connect incoming call in Loudspeaker, without pressing any
key.
is pressed.
Normal Answering
The answering behavior is by default set to Off-hook. It can be set to any key
by doing the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Select Answering, and press Select.
3. Select Answering key, and press Select.
4. Select Any key and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
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17.6.2
Automatic Answer
Note:
The automatically answer mode is only relevant when a headset or a
Bluetooth headset is connected.
To set the phone to answer automatically, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Answering, and press Select.
3. Mark Answer behaviour, and press Select.
4. Mark Automatically and press Change to activate the automatic mode.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
All incoming calls will be connected automatically when this behavior is
selected.
To remove the setting, press Change.
17.6.3
Automatic Loudspeaker
To set the phone to automatically answer with loudspeaker, when pressing
do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Answering, and press Select.
3. Mark Answer behaviour, and press Select.
4. Mark Loudspeaking and press Change to activate.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
To automatically connect incoming call in Loudspeaker, without pressing any
key, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Answering, and press Select.
3. Mark Answer behaviour, and press Select.
4. Mark Loudspeaking and press Change to activate.
5. Mark Automatically and press Change to activate the automatic mode.
6. Press Back to save the setting.
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17.7
Changing the Menu Language
The display messages are available in 18 languages: Brazilian Portuguese,
Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian,
Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish and Turkish.
To switch menu language, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark * Language, and press Select.
3. Select one of the languages provided.
Wait for the phone to change language and connect to the network again.
Note:
17.8
•
The telephone will need to search the system while switching menu
language.
•
If, by mistake, you changed the language, the * before Language
will allow you to easily find where in the menu to switch languages.
Changing Text Size for Messages
Note:
This is only for text size in messages, not for text in menus or soft keys.
To change text size, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Settings, and press Select.
2. Mark Messages, and press Select.
3. Mark Text size, and press Select.
4. Select between Normal and Large, and press Select.
5. Press Back to save the setting.
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18
Connections
In the connections tab, the following options are available; Bluetooth, System,
In charger, and Headset.
18.1
Bluetooth
In this section Bluetooth connections are described.
Note:
18.1.1
Bluetooth is optional, and is only visible in the connections menu if
Bluetooth is ordered with the phone.
Enable Bluetooth
To enable Bluetooth connection, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Mark Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Mark Enable, and press Select.
is displayed in the idle screen.
18.1.2
Disable Bluetooth
To disable Bluetooth connection, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Mark Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Mark Disable, and press Select.
18.1.3
Connect Bluetooth Headset
To connect Bluetooth Headset, do the following:
Note:
Only if Bluetooth connection is enabled.
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Mark Headset, and press Select.
3. Mark Add new, and press Select.
The following text is displayed: Make sure headset is in Pairing
mode.
4. Press OK.
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The phone searches for a Bluetooth headset to connect to.
5. When headset is found, press Pair.
6. Enter PIN code. (See User manual for the Bluetooth headset).
7. Press OK.
Successful pairing is displayed if the pairing mode was successful.
When a Bluetooth headset is connected,
18.2
is displayed.
System
Your DT690 cordless phone supports GAP/CAP standard. Only available
systems are displayed.
18.2.1
Select System
To select a system, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Select System, and press Select.
3. Select Change system, and press Select.
4. Select Automatically (or a specific system from the list), and press Select.
If the phone is set to Automatically, a system will be selected according
to the priority list.
18.2.1.1
Priority
The default order of priority is the order of entered subscriptions. This means
that the first subscribed system has the highest priority. This list can be edited
by the user. It is possible to set the systems in priority by moving them up or
down in the list. It is also possible to get priority information by selecting Info.
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Select System, and press Select.
3. Select Priority, and press Select.
4. Change the priority if needed by selecting Up or Down.
5. Press Back to save.
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18.2.2
Subscribe to a New System
Your DT690 cordless phone can subscribe to up to eight different cordless
systems. To subscribe a new system, you will need the Portable Access Right
Key (PARK) and Authentication code (AC) related to the system you are going
to log on to. To retrieve this information, contact your system administrator. To
subscribe to a new system, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Select Systems, and press Select.
3. Select Subscribe, and press Select.
4. Enter the system name and press Next.
5. Enter the PARK code.
6. Enter the AC code and press Next.
Protection on? is displayed.
7. Select Yes, if the new system is to be protected, or No if the new system
is not to be protected.
Note:
It is not possible to delete a protected subscription.
8. Press OK.
A searching mode starts.
18.2.3
Unsubscribe System
To unsubscribe from a system, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Navigate to System, and press Select.
3. Select Unsubscribe, and press Select.
4. Select system to unsubscribe, and press Select.
A control question whether to unsubscribe or not is asked, press Yes to confirm.
Note:
18.2.4
It is not possible to delete a protected subscription from the System
menu. Contact your system administrator if you need to delete a
protected subscription.
Rename System
It is possible to change the name of the system in the telephone.
To rename a system, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
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2. Mark System, and press Select.
3. Select Rename System, and press Select.
4. Select a system from the list, and press Edit.
5. Enter the new name.
6. Press Save.
7. Press
18.3
to exit the menu.
In Charger
While charging, calls can be redirected to another extension. Also while placed
in the charger, the telephone can be switched off. This is described in the
following sections.
18.3.1
Redirecting Calls and Messages when Placed in Charger
To divert calls or messages when the phone is placed in the charger, do the
following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Mark In charger, and press Select.
3. Mark Redirect, and press Select.
4. Press Back to save the setting.
Note:
18.3.2
The function is automatically cancelled when the phone is removed
from the charger.
Switch off while Charging
When the cordless telephone is placed in the charger it can be switched off
while it is charging. When it is removed from the charger it will switch on again.
To detach the phone while charging, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Mark In charger, and press Select.
3. Mark Switch off, and press Select.
4. Press Back to save the setting
18.3.3
Deactivate the charging mode
To deactivate the charging mode, do the following:
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1. Press Menu, select Connections, press Select.
2. Select In charger, and press Select.
3. Mark No action, and press Select.
4. Press Back to save the setting.
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Installation
In this section, battery and chargers and other equipments for the cordless
phone are described.
19.1
Charging the Battery
The battery requires charging when
in the display indicates low level.
The battery is fully charged within four hours. The battery can be charged
separately with a special battery charger.
To charge the battery:
•
Place the phone in the charger.
The battery is being charged when the indicator on the telephone is steady
orange. When the battery is fully charged the indicator will be green. A
flashing green indicator means incoming call or message. A red indicator
indicates battery warning. An animated battery icon is shown in the display,
indicating charging be starting with its current charge and ending with the
full charge. A filled battery icon indicates a fully charged battery.
Note:
19.2
Only use the prescribed chargers for charging.
Charging Spare Batteries
Spare batteries can be charged with a separate battery pack charger. The
battery pack charger can charge six batteries at the same time.
19.3
Replacing the Battery
If the standby time for the cordless telephone becomes too low, replace the
battery with a new one. Contact your system administrator or your certified
Aastra Sales partner for information on new batteries. The battery is easy to
replace. It is attached inside the battery lid and is connected to the cordless
telephone in such a way that no miss-contact is possible. Attach the battery as
described in Figure 16 on page 106.
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Figure 16
19.4
Unlock the lid and remove the battery
Desktop Charger
There are two desktop chargers available, one basic and one advanced, see
Figure 17 on page 106.
Charging only
Advanced
Charging, software download, and synchronizing of
parameters.
Advanced
Figure 17
Basic
002
Basic
Desktop chargers
The desktop charger is delivered with a plug-in power supply and is connected
into an ordinary wall socket.
Note:
19.4.1
Only use the chargers within the temperature range of 5 - 40º C.
Advanced desktop charger
To use the advanced desktop charger for software download and synchronizing
parameters, the charger must be connected to a PC with Portable Device
Manager (PDM) software installed. For a description of PDM, see Section
19.10 on page 112.
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The charger is connected to a PC through the USB or one of the network
connectors, see Figure 18 on page 107. When connecting the charger with a
PC through one of the network connectors the charger acts as a switch, which
makes it possible to connect the other connector to the LAN.
Figure 18
Note:
19.5
Network and USB Connectors
Network and USB connectors are used to connect the desktop charger
to a PC running the PDM (not for charging).
Rack Charger
The charging rack is used for charging several telephones, to synchronize
parameters, and for software download. The built in power supply can charge
up to six cordless telephones.
19.6
Battery Pack Charger
The battery pack charger is used for charging up to six spare batteries.
19.7
Headset
A headset is recommended if you frequently use the phone or want to have both
hands free. The headset comes in two versions; with microphone integrated
in the cable, and with microphone on a boom. Connect the headset to the
headset connector marked .
19.8
Bluetooth Headset
Bluetooth technology replaces the cord between a cordless telephone and the
headset. This allows the user to move more freely and eliminates the risk of a
headset cord getting stuck.
Bluetooth is factory-mounted on the cordless telephone’s circuit board. It is
optional to use a Bluetooth headset with the cordless telephone.
Note:
The cordless phone is tested with Bluetooth headsets, but this is not
something that is provided nor sold together with the telephone.
The supported functions are:
•
Pairing the cordless telephone with its headset.
•
Choosing the device to use when making a call.
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Playing a ring signal through the Bluetooth headset.
•
Answering and connecting sound to the Bluetooth headset when answering
with the headset button.
•
Ending a call with the Bluetooth headset button.
•
Transferring audio to and from the Bluetooth headset during a call, using
the menu in the cordless telephone.
•
Increasing and decreasing the volume in the Bluetooth headset with the
volume buttons on the cordless telephone.
A number of Bluetooth headsets have been tested together with the telephone.
Since the Bluetooth supports the Bluetooth 2.0 standard, other headsets may
also work although not verified by Aastra.
Note:
19.8.1
The Bluetooth headset functions may vary. Refer to the Bluetooth
headset manual.
Using Bluetooth Headset
For optimal performance, place the Bluetooth headset and the telephone on
the same side of your body. The best audio quality in the headset is achieved
when there is no obstructions, including your body, between the headset and
the cordless telephone.
19.8.2
Operation
Enabling, disabling, and connecting a Bluetooth headset is explained in Section
18.1 on page 99.
Up to four headset can be paired to the telephone, but only one at a time can
be active, to pair another headset; repeat the steps in Page 99.
Activating a Bluetooth headset
To activate a Bluetooth headset, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Select Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Select Headset, and press Select.
4. Step with the navigation keys to the headset to be connected, Select.
Connection successful is displayed when the headset has been
connected.
Note:
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Deactivating a Bluetooth headset
To deactivate the active Bluetooth headset, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Go to Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Select Headset, and press Select.
4. Step with the navigation keys to select the headset to deactivate, and
press More.
5. Select Disconnect and press Yes.
The headset is deactivated but is still paired and can be found in the headset
menu.
Removing a headset
To remove a Bluetooth headset, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Go to Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Select Headset, and press Select.
4. Use the navigation key to select headset, and press More.
5. Select Remove and press Yes.
The headset is deactivated but is still paired and can be found in the headset
menu.
Changing the name of Bluetooth headset
To change the headset name, do the following:
1. Press Menu, select Connections, and press Select.
2. Go to Bluetooth, and press Select.
3. Select Headset, and press Select.
4. Use the navigation key to select headset, and press More.
5. Select Edit name, and press Select.
19.8.3
Calling
To make a call, do the following:
1. Dial the number and press Call.
2. When Transfer call to phone? is displayed:
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19.8.4
•
Press No or ignore the message to use the Bluetooth.
•
Press Yes to use the telephone.
Answering
A ring signal sounds both in the active Bluetooth headset and the telephone
to indicate an incoming call.
19.8.5
•
To answer the call from the Bluetooth headset, press the headset button.
•
To answer the call from the telephone, press
.
Ending a Call
To end a call, do the following:
•
19.8.6
Press the headset button or
on the telephone.
Volume and Mute Control
To adjust the volume during a call, do the following:
•
Press the upper volume button to increase the volume.
•
Press the lower volume button to decrease the volume in the headset.
To mute the microphone during a call, do the following:
•
19.8.7
Mute the headset and the telephone with the
on the telephone.
Transferring a call
To transfer a call to the telephone from the Bluetooth headset:
1. Press More during a call.
2. Select Audio transfer and press More.
3. Select To phone and press Select again.
To transfer the call to the Bluetooth headset:
1. Press More during a call.
2. Select Audio transfer and press More.
3. Select the headset and press Select.
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It is also possible to transfer a call to the Bluetooth headset by pressing the *
button on the Bluetooth headset.
19.8.8
Switching to a headset with cord
If a headset with a cord is connected during a call, the call is automatically
transferred to the headset.
19.8.9
Operation notice
Accessibility and Voice quality
Bluetooth uses the frequency of 2.45 GHz. WLAN, microwave oven, and other
devices that use the same frequency can disturb the use of a Bluetooth headset.
Operation Area
Maximum distance between the headset and the telephone is 10 metres.
The communication distance between the handset and headset may vary
considerably due to the environment and disturbances from other 2.45 GHz
equipment. Different headsets can also give different communication distances.
Out of Range
If a connection cannot be made with the selected Bluetooth headset the call
is transferred automatically to the telephone. If the Bluetooth headset and
the telephone get out of range from each other the connection is temporarily
lost. Since the last connected headset is always considered "selected", the
connection is automatically established again when a call is made or received.
19.9
Belt Clip
The clip on the back of the phone helps you fasten it to a belt or similar.
To attach or remove the clip:
Spread the clip slightly. The ends of the clip fit into holes on the side of your
phone.
19.9.1
Attaching Hinge-type Clip
Attach the hinge clip as described in Figure 19 on page 112.
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Figure 19
19.9.2
Click on the clip
Attaching Swivel-type Clip
Attach the swivel clip as described in Figure 20 on page 112.
Figure 20
19.10
Click on the clip
Portable Device Manager
It is possible to upgrade software and synchronize parameters in your DT690
cordless phone with the Portable Device Manager (PDM) software. PDM
exists as a Windows version (Desk PDM) and as a System version (CPDM),
and is most often used by system administrators only. Desk PDM can be
used together with the advanced desktop charger. The advanced desktop
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charger is connected to the PC with PDM software through the network or USB
connectors at the back of the charger, see Figure 21 on page 113.
Figure 21
For more information on PDM or upgrading of your cordless phone, contact
your system administrator.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common operational
problems, see Table 8 on page 115, and warnings, see Table 9 on page 115,
you may receive. Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems.
If the checklists do not solve the problem, contact your system administrator. If
others have similar problems, there may be a system error.
Table 8
Operational problems
Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
No display
The battery level is
low or the phone is
defective.
Charge the battery
or contact system
administrator.
No ringing
The mute icon
is
shown in the display,
or ringer volume set to
silent, or the telephone
is defective.
Make a long press
Signal strength icon off
Out of system coverage
area or the phone is
defective.
Enter coverage area
or contact system
administrator.
Call is switched off after
2 seconds
The phone is defective.
Contact system
administrator.
Table 9
, or increase
on
volume, or contact
system administrator.
Error or warning messages
Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
Enter PIN
The telephone’s lock is
activated.
Enter the required PIN
code. If PIN code lost,
contact your system
administrator.
No access
The network is in range,
but no access rights.
Switch telephone off
and then switch it on
again or contact system
administrator.
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Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
No system
The telephone is out of
coverage or telephone
is defective.
Stop the beep with the
Sound off key and go
into range, or contact
system administrator.
(When re-entering
the coverage area it
can take a couple of
minutes before the
telephone automatically
has registered into the
system.)
The telephone is
defective.
Select reset option on
the middle soft key if
available or if no reset
option is available or
fault does not resolve
the telephone needs
(1)
repair.
Battery low
The battery level is low.
Charge the battery.
Enter IPEI
The phone is blocked,
that is, if you have
entered the wrong PIN
code more than three
times.
Enter the IPEI code and
.
press
Phonebook is not
available at the
moment
The phonebook does
Try again later. If fault
not respond, not
persists, contact your
available at the moment. system administrator.
Voice mail number
not defined
There is no Voice mail
number defined in the
telephone.
The telephone beeps
once a minute (during
max 30 minutes) with
a low tone followed by
a high tone (if enabled,
the vibrator also follows
the beeps).
SERVICE NEEDED
Parameters
corrupt
Define a Voice mail
number via Desk
PDM/CPDM.
(1) This display message only shown in English
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Glossary
AC
Authentication code.
Abbreviated number
Short number. Initiating a call to a
pre-programmed number by dialing a
code or pressing a key.
Conference
If you have an ongoing conversation
you can include other persons and
establish a telephone conference.
CPDM
Centralized Portable Device
Manager: A system version with
more features than the Desk PDM.
It runs on a ELISE2 hardware and is
manageable from a PC with network
communication.
DECT/GAP
Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunication/ Generic Access
Profile. This means that no one can
eavesdrop on your calls and that the
quality of speech is as good as that
of conventional fixed telephones.
DECT/GAP enables interoperability
with other manufacturers’ products.
Desk PDM
Desk Portable Device Manager. A
windows version, run on a PC, of
the management tool for devices
where to download software, set up
parameters, templates and so on.
Directory number
Number with 1-8 digits which is
assigned to an extension or external
line or as a common abbreviated
number.
DTMF tone
Dual Tone Multi Frequency or touch
tone, for dialing.
Exchange
Switch. Your telephone switching
system.
Extension number
All telephones connected to the PBX
have a unique internal number (up to
8 digits). You can see your number
on the display.
GAP
Generic Access Profile, a standard
for cordless telephone systems.
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Idle mode
The state your phone is in when
nothing is activated; not calling, not
ringing, not diverted and so on.
IP call
Internal call sent through an internal
data network (LAN or WAN).
IPEI
International Portable part Equipment
Identity, unique identity assigned to
your phone by the manufacturer.
ISDN
Integrated Services Digital
Network. Provides your system
with supplementary services from the
public net.
Least Cost Routing
A function that automatically selects
the cheapest way to connect your
external call (not necessarily the
shortest distance).
Li-Ion battery
A battery made from Lithium ions.
Li-Ion batteries are light-weight and
have a very high energy density. This
makes them ideal for use in portable
equipment, such as cordless phones.
PARK
Portable Access Right Key, unique
identity assigned to your network.
PBX
Private Branch Exchange. Your
telephone switching system (for
example, MX-ONE).
PDM
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PIN
Personal Identification Number for
security.
Speed Dialing number
Abbreviated number or short number,
used for making frequently used
numbers faster to dial.
SW
Here you can see which version of
the phone software you have.
Tandem configuration
The tandem configuration is a unit
consisting of two phones using the
same directory number.
Third party
A third connection (person), which
can be included in an ongoing two
person conversation. The connection
can be internal or external.
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Telephony Function Codes
This section describes the country specific function codes used in MX-ONE
that are relevant for the DT690 cordless phone. The codes are listed in Table
10 on page 119.
The following application systems are concerned: Australia, Austria, Belgium,
Brazil, China, Denmark, Export, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong
A-law, Hong Kong My-law, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, The
Netherlands, New Zealand, North America, Norway, Korea, Saudi Arabia,
Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Standard, Sweden, Switzerland, and United
Kingdom.
Suffix codes are entered as written. They can only be used for SIP phones. For
H.323 phones dedicated keys are used.
Service codes are entered as * code # for activation, and # code # for
deactivation.
Table 10
Standard and alternative codes
Functions
Codes
Suffix codes (only for SIP)
Standard
Alternative
Alternation on Inquiry
N/A
Sweden: R
Conference
3
Intrusion
4
France: 8
New Zealand: 8
Sweden: 8
Call Waiting Indication
5
France: 6
New Zealand: 6
Sweden: 4
Call Back
6
France: 5
New Zealand: 5
Sweden: 5
Common Parking or Individual
Call Pick-up
8
France: 4
New Zealand: 4
Sweden: 6
General Deactivation
001
North America: 0
Choice of Language
08
Ordering or Cancellation of
Active List (Personal Number)
10
Service Codes
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Follow Me
21
United Kingdom: 2
External Follow Me
22
North America: 23
Ordering or Cancellation of
Interception Message
23
North America: 24
Print Interception Message
26
Sweden: N/A
Manual Message Waiting
31
Cancellation of Message Waiting
31
North America: 56
Automatic Call Back,
Cancellation
37
North America: 6
Malicious Call Tracing
39
Calling Line Identification
Restriction Per Call
42
By-pass of Diversion
60
North America: 1
Account Code Predialing
61
Finland: 71
Norway: 71
Authorization Code Predialing
72
Germany: 75
The Netherlands: 75
North America: 6
Sweden: 75
Lock/Unlock Common
Authorization Code
73
North America: 71
Change Individual Authorization
Code
74
Dial With Individual Authorization
Code
75
Lock/Unlock Individual
Authorization Code
76
Customer Identity Storage
77
Answer on Group Call Pick-up,
and Answer on Night Time
Connection (* and # in the
service code can be excluded)
8
Finland: 0
North America: 59
Sweden: 0
Ordering of Night Time
Connection
84
North America: 8
Repetition of the Last External
Number Dialed
***
Finland: **0
Sweden: **0
Germany: 72
The Netherlands: 72
Sweden: 72
Conference
Maximum number of parties when 8
external lines are connected
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Maximum number of parties in a
conference
8
Maximum number of public trunk
lines in a conference
8
North America: 6
Maximum number of external
lines in a conference
8
North America: 6
Selection of a specific line within
a route
0
North America: 3
Conference
3
North America: 4
PBX Operator Service Codes
Day/night status for the exchange 80
Emergency switching
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