WiFi412
Cordless Telephone for MX-ONE™
User Guide
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Welcome .......................................................... 4
Important User Information ............................... 6
Description ..................................................... 10
Switching On/Off ............................................ 24
Free Seating ................................................... 26
Incoming Calls ............................................... 27
Outgoing Calls ............................................... 32
Phonebook .................................................... 43
During Calls .................................................... 54
Call Forwarding .............................................. 59
Absence Information ...................................... 65
Messages ...................................................... 68
Group Features .............................................. 81
Other Useful Features ..................................... 84
Profiles ........................................................... 87
Services ......................................................... 90
Settings .......................................................... 94
Audible Adjustments .................................... 106
Installation .................................................... 111
Troubleshooting ............................................ 115
Glossary ....................................................... 116
Index ............................................................ 118
WiFi412
Welcome
Welcome
Welcome to the User Guide for the WiFi412 cordless phone. This
guide describes the available features of the telephone when it is
connected to Aastra MX-ONE™.
The functions and features available with this telephone are
designed for easy use in all different telephone handling situations.
Depending on the version and configuration of the exchange that
your telephone is connected to, some of the functions and features
that are described in this user guide may not be available. There
may also be some differences in the way your telephone is
programmed. Contact your system administrator for more
information.
Some markets use differing codes for some features. In this guide
they 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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Copyright
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gives its consent to downloading and printing copies of the content
provided in this file only for private use and not for redistribution. No
parts of this publication may be subject to alteration, modification or
commercial use. Aastra will not be liable for any damages arising from
use of an illegal modified or altered publication.
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.
Aastra is a registered trademark of Aastra Technologies Limited. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their
respective owners.b
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 provisions of the R&TTE
directive 1999/5/EC.
Details to be found at: http://www.aastra.com/sdoc
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Important User Information
Important User Information
Safety instructions
Save these instructions.
Read these safety instructions before use!
Recommendations
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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.
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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.
To avoid hearing impairment, accept the call
before holding your product (or portable
handsfree device) to your ear.
Disposal of the product
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Your product should not be placed in
municipal waste. Please check local
regulations for disposal of electronic
products.
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Power supply
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Connect the AC power adapter of the charging
unit only to the designated power sources as
marked on the charger.
Make sure the cord 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.
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
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.
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Only use batteries, mains adapters or desk and
rack chargers which have been specifically
designed for use with your product.
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Use of power sources not explicitly
recommended may lead to overheating, reduced
battery performance, distortion of the equipment
and fire or other damages.
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Cordless phones are equipped with Nickel Metal
Hydride (NiMH) batteries or Lithium Ion Lion
batteries. In a complex infrastructure, the talkand standby time may differ, due to the
consequence of the increase in signaling.
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The battery must always be completely charged
(minimal 4 hours) before first time use.
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The battery in your product is designed to
withstand many charge cycles.
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Use only the recommended charging equipment.
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Improper charging can cause heat damage or
even high pressure rupture.
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Observe proper charging polarity.
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Do not solder lead wires directly onto the battery.
Do not allow water to come into contact with the
battery.
The initial charging of a NiMH battery will cause
the battery to become warm. This is a normal
effect of charging NiMH batteries.
The batteries are replaceable, however it is not the
intention to do this frequently.
Only charge the batteries 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 +45°C (+41°F and
113°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 approx. +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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Warnings
Preventing malfunction
Smoke or fumes
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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.
LCD
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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.
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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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Intrinsic safety
The WiFi412 phone is IP40 classified, which means that it is robust,
dust- and waterproof, designed for people working in tough
environments.
Preparing for use
Before using your phone for the first time you have to charge and
connect the battery, see section “Installation” on page 111.
Note: Place the phone in the charger and charge it for at
least one hour before using it the first time.
Cleaning
Clean the phone only with a soft, water dampened cloth. Using
soap or any other cleaning materials may discolor or damage the
phone. Clean the battery contacts using ethanol or isopropyl
alcohol.
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Lamp
A flashing lamp indicates an incoming call or a message waiting.
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Volume Up/Down
Off-hook: raise/lower speaker volume, see section “Audible
Adjustments” on page 106. The Volume Up key can also be used
to answer calls, see section “Answer calls” on page 27.
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Display
The display can for example show the battery status, time, system,
owner ID/name, extension number and the Soft key information.
See sections “Display information” on page 13 and “Menu
structure” on page 18. It is possible to change the text size in the
display, see section “Settings” on page 94.
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Soft keys
The functions depend on the traffic state and will be shown on the
last line of the display. When you are requested to, press the
required key to access the function. The soft keys are used for
different options in the menu structure (menu mode). In idle mode
the functions of the Soft keys can be changed by you. The middle
Soft key is also used to turn Loudspeaking on or off. See sections
“Settings” on page 94, “Display information” on page 13 and
“Menu structure” on page 18.
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Call key
Make call, answer call.
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Navigation key
Controls the movement of the cursor in the display. In idle mode,
the Navigation key (down) is used for entering the Call list and the
Navigation key (up) is used for entering the Message list. Press
Navigation key (left or right) to enter the Menu.
When navigating the menu structure, the key is used for moving
up, down, back (left), or next (right).
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On/Off and On-hook key
Switch On/Off. End call.
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Keypad
Enter numbers and writing texts, see section “Enter names and
numbers” on page 44. Keys 0-9 can be programmed as Hot keys,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
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Microphone
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Mute key
Turn off/on audible signals in idle mode, silencing the ring signal at
an incoming call, and also to turn the microphone on/off during a
call.
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Loudspeakers
One loudspeaker for ring signal and one for Loudspeaking. See
section “Handsfree” on page 54.
Please note: The phone may retain small magnetic
articles around the earpiece region.
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Charging connector
See section “Installation” on page 111.
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Headset connector
See section “Headset” on page 114.
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Display information
The display gives you visual feedback on all actions that you
perform, and also textual warnings. In idle mode the upper row is
used for icons and the clock. The next three rows are information
rows (20 possible characters in each row), showing system
information, names and numbers that you edit or dial, your owner
ID, etc. The third information row is used for showing the status of
the phone (current mode). Examples of status information are;
Muted, In charger, etc. When no status information is available, the
row is empty.
Note: It is possible to change the owner ID and the text size
in the display, see section “Settings” on page 94.
The lower row displays the Soft key field. In idle mode it shows the
user defined names of the three Soft keys beneath the display. In
menu mode where the Soft keys are used for different choices, it
gives you the function of each Soft key. Examples of functions are
Back, Option, Save, etc. How to define the Soft keys in idle mode,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
The following display examples show the different states of your
phone:
Note: If a name is available it is displayed instead of or
together with the number.
Idle phone
Depending on the state and setting of your phone, different
information can be shown. Below, a typical display is shown.
Nov 10
System A
Smith
10:10am
4321
“System A” is the default name of your network. On the second
row is your name (if available) and extension number.
Note: If the follow-me feature is activated, there is no extra
indication.
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Outgoing call
When you make an outgoing call both the traffic state and the
dialed number or name are displayed:
Connecting
3333
When the outgoing call is answered, the display looks like this:
Connected
3333
Incoming call
If available, the number or the name of the caller is displayed.
3333
System connection messages
System X
No system
System indication
The phone is in contact with System X.
Out of coverage indication
The phone is not in contact with any system. Contact your system
administrator for more information.
Note: When you re-enter the coverage area, it can take a
couple of minutes before the phone automatically register
to the system. It is also possible to get an out of coverage
warning signal. Contact your system administrator for more
information.
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No access
Voice Only
Messaging Only
Access indication
The phone has found the system, but does not receive an IP
address from the system; calling is not allowed.
Availability indication
The phone cannot connect to the CPDM; messaging is not
available.
Availability indication
The phone cannot connect to the gateway; voice calling is not
available.
Display icons
Call / Off-hook
Appears when your phone is off-hook and flashes during ringing.
Audio signal off
Shown when all alert signals, including ring signal, message tone,
key beep, etc. are turned off. High priority messages will however
override this setting. See section “Audible Adjustments” on
page 106.
Signal strength
Appears when your phone is in idle mode. The level indicators
decrease as the signal strength becomes weaker.
Battery
Always shown in the display in idle mode. When the level is low it is
time to charge the battery. See section “Battery” on page 111.
Loudspeaking (handsfree)
Press the soft key to activate the loudspeaker. (handsfree). See
section “During Calls” on page 54 (the used symbol is ä).
Loudspeaking
Press the soft key to deactivate the loudspeaker.
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New message
Appears when a new message is received. The number on the
right side of the icon shows the total number of unread messages.
The symbol remains until the message is marked as read. See
section “Messages” on page 68.
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Action required
Added in front of messages when an action is required.
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Key
Indicates that your keypad is locked. See sections “Phone lock” on
page 100 and “Automatic key lock” on page 102.
Padlock
Indicates that the phone has been locked, and has to be unlocked
with a code before it can be used. See section “Phone lock” on
page 100.
Headset
Indicates that a headset is connected to the phone. See section
“Headset” on page 114.
ABC
Upper case text input
Indicates that you can type upper case letters and numbers in text
input mode. See section “Enter names and numbers” on page 44.
abc
Lower case text input
Indicates that you can type lower case letters and numbers in text
input mode. See section “Enter names and numbers” on page 44.
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Number input
Indicates that you can type numbers in text input mode. See
section “Enter names and numbers” on page 44.
Incoming call
Added in front of incoming calls in the Call list.
Outgoing call
Added in front of outgoing calls in the Call list.
Missed call
Added in front of unanswered calls in the Call list.
Unread message
Added in front of unread messages in the message list. See section
“Messages” on page 68.
Read message
Added in front of read messages in the message list. See section
“Messages” on page 68.
Interactive message
Added in front of an incoming interactive message in the message
list. See section “Messages” on page 68.
Read interactive message
Added in front of read interactive messages in the message list.
See section “Messages” on page 68.
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New voice mail
Appears when there is a new voice mail. The icon is displayed until
all voice mails has been listened to or removed, or both.
Contacts
Displayed when it is possible to get a phone number from the local
Phonebook, for example to add it to a function. See section
“Phonebook” on page 43.
Main menu
Menu items are mapped out. Their marking is dubbed by the title:
Text in the bottom row
of the display explains
the function of each Soft key.
Navigation key
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Soft keys
Contacts
Here you can find the local Phonebook and the central Phonebook.
See sections “Phonebook” on page 43.
Messages
Here you can find the message list and the menu entry for sending
messages. See section “Messages” on page 68.
Call list
Here you can find the list of the last received/dialed calls. See
section “Dial number from the Call list” on page 34.
Services
Here you can select, add, delete, or change a service function. See
section “Services” on page 90.
Settings
Here you can handle your phone settings. See section “Settings”
on page 94.
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Profiles
Here you can select between profiles, and change or edit profiles.
See section “Profiles” on page 87.
To navigate the menus, see section “Menu structure” on page 18.
Additional display features
Depending on which network you are connected to, additional
display features are available. Contact your system administrator
for more information.
Menu structure
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The available phone and network functions can be accessed via
the menus.
Press a Menu key.
Note:
Use the Navigation key (left/right) to select an icon and
press the Navigation key (down) to open it; a heading is
shown and the first option is highlighted. Use the Navigation
key (up/down) to scroll the options and select an option by
pressing the Navigation key (right).
Contacts
• Local phonebook
Entry 1
Entry 2
Details
Options
Entry 100
• Central phonebook
Entry X
Details
Options
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(Name: ... Number: ...)
Add, Delete, Edit,
Search, Delete all,
Send Msg
(Name: ... Number: ...)
Search, Add to
phonebook,
Send Msg,
Clear result
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Messages
Message 1
Message 2
• Message list
Message (time/date)
Message 20
• Send message
Message address: ...... (enter manually, or get it
from the
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• Voice mail (Listen)
Message text: ......
Call list
• Call 1 (date/time)
• Call 2 (date/time)
Options
• Call 20 (date/time)
Edit befor call, Add to phonebook,
Call, Send msg, Delete, Delete all
0 2
(Add to phonebook)
** See section “Settings” on page 20 for more information.
Services
• Service 1
• Service 2
Select
Options
Change
Delete
Add service
Name: .....
Function:
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Data send
Data with prefix
Phone call
Send message
Presence
PTT
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Settings
• Alert signals
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
• Audio volumes
• Alarm settings
• Soft key
• Hot key
• General
Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
Internal call:
External call:
Callback:
Ring signals
Speaker volume:
Handsfree volume:
Headset volume:
Level 1..........................................10
No-movement (on/off)
Man-down (on/off)
Left:
Middle:
Right:
Name: .....
Function:
0,1,2....9
Data send
Data with prefix
Phone call
Short-cut
Send message
Change profile
Presence *
PTT
Not used
Language
(English, etc)
Text size
Small
Medium
Phone lock
Lock phone
Set lock code
Time & Date
Time format
12/24 hour
Date format
yyyy-mm-dd
yymmdd
dd-mm-yyyy
mm/dd/yyyy
dd/mm/yyyy
dd.mm.yyyy
Month dd
Auto key lock (on/off)
Quick answer (on/off)
New message rotated (on/off)
Owner ID
Display contrast
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Message list
Absent
No-movement
Man-down
Edit alarm data
Menu
Call list
Services
RSSI
Network statistics
Call diversions
Presence
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• System
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Select system
System A, B,.....D
Information
ESSID, IP and MAC addresses,
SW version, Licences
* requires an appropriate server
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Profiles
Select
Name:........
• Normal
• Profile 2
Options
Edit
Delete*
Add new profile
Ring signals
(Silent, level 1,2..5, )
Internal call:
External call:
Callback:
• Profile 3
• Profile 4
Vibrator (on/off)
Key beep (on/off)
Alarm settings
• Profile 9
No-movement (on/off)
Man down (on/off)
Absent (on/off)
Answer
Soft key**
Ordinary
Auto
Loud
Auto loud
Left (Name/Function)
Middle
Right
Call Diversions
All calls
On busy
No answer
Change
Set
* Not applicable for the “Normal” and “In charger” profiles
** See Soft key settings in the “Settings” submenu
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Beep
Low
Medium
High
Mixed
Divert
to No.: ....
015
• In charger
Ring Volume
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Customizing the menus
Your system administrator can customize the menus by hiding
some of the functions that are available. Settings in the flash
memory determines which functions can be hidden. The following
functions are eligible:
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Deletion of messages - The Delete and Delete all options are
hidden.
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Administration of local Phonebook - It is not possible to add
new entries, or edit and delete existing entries.
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Editing profiles - The settings for the profiles cannot be
altered.
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Changing profiles - The Select option is hidden, which means
it is not possible to change profiles from the menu.
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Switch off phone - It is not possible to switch off the phone
from the Profiles menu.
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Administration of services - It is not possible to add new
services, or edit and delete existing services.
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Changing alert signals - The Alert signals option is hidden.
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Administration of Soft keys - The Soft key option is hidden.
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Administration of Hot keys - The Hot key option is hidden.
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Edit of Hot keys - The Edit option is hidden. It is possible to
see the settings for the Hot keys.
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Changing general settings - The General settings option is
hidden.
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Handling Phone Lock - The Phone lock option is hidden.
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Changing system* - The Select system option is hidden.
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View information* - The Information option is hidden.
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Central Phonebook address - When an address to the
central Phonebook is specified, the Central Phonebook option
appears in the Contacts menu and the shortcuts list. At delivery
the address is set to 999999.
* If all these options are hidden, the System option is hidden.
Each profile in the Profile menu can be hidden individually. This
makes it possible to remove profiles that are not used from the
menu. It is still possible to change to the hidden profiles with help of
Soft and Hot keys.
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Tones
The following different tones are sent from the exchange to your
phone.
Tone characteristics
The tones shown in this section are the most used tones
worldwide. Some markets use a differing tone for one or more
situations.
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
Ring signals
You can change the ring signals, see section “Ring signals” on
page 107.
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Switching On/Off
Switching On/Off
Switch on
Press.
Now you can use your phone.
If a specific profile has been activated, the profile name is displayed
when the phone is switched on. The profile is also displayed in idle
mode.
Note: If the battery is low, the phone does not switch on.
Charge the battery and try to switch on the phone again.
If the message No System is displayed you cannot make or
answer calls.
Depending on the system programming, your phone may
be locked. To unlock the phone, see section “Phone lock”
on page 100.
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Switching On/Off
Switch off
Note:
During calls, you cannot switch off your phone.
Press and hold until the display lights up.
The display shows this:
Shut down
Switch off
Select
Select
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Cancel
Press within two seconds to confirm (see display).
After a few seconds, the display turns blank. Now your phone is
switched off.
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Free Seating
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, etc. As a
free seating user and working from the office, you log on to any free
telephone set that temporarily will be assigned with your extension
number and your system authorities.
All parameters and settings that are set in the Central Portable
Device Manager (CPDM) are loaded into the phone at logon.
Parameters that are changed in the phone by the user, are stored in
the CPDM. The messages and call lists are deleted when a new
user logs on to the phone.
The phones are configured to be shared using the CPDM. In order
to be available to all shared phone users in the system, the
personal phone parameter must be disabled in the user profile. If
the user profile is set to personal (that is, not shared) the phone
becomes a personal phone upon the first log on.
To log on
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Log on
Press to switch on.
Enter the user name (individual phone number).
Scroll down.
Enter the password (such as the individual phone number).
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
To log off
Press and hold until the screen displays.
Select
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Incoming Calls
A ring signal and the flashing red lamp indicate an incoming call.
The ring type can tell you whether the call is an internal or external
call or a callback call, and the display indicates an incoming call.
The twenty last received/dialed phone numbers are stored in the
Call list, see section “Dial number from the Call list” on page 34.
Answer calls
The caller’s number and the Call icon are displayed. The name is
displayed if the caller’s number is stored in a phonebook.
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3333
13:05
Press to answer.
Calls can be answered at any time, even if you are programming a
function or entering a number, etc.
Note: When a headset is connected to the phone, you can
use the button on the headset to answer the call.
Mute ring signal
If the phone rings at an inconvenient moment:
Press the Mute key on the right side of the phone to suppress
the ringing.
All alert signals, including the vibrator, will silence for this specific
call. See section “Description” on page 10 for the location of the
Mute key.
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Press to answer the call.
ä
Handsfree
Press the middle Soft key to answer the call in handsfree
speaking mode.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: Which key to press depends on the answering
method used. To change the answering method see
section “Change answering method” on page 29.
End the call
Press.
The duration time of the call is shown.
Note: When a headset is connected to the phone, the
button on the headset can be used to end the call.
Reject the call
Press.
Or
Decline
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
The call information is stored in the Call list.
On another extension
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You can answer a call to a phone in another room:
8
Call the ringing extension and press.
Busy tone.
Press
4
Note: France: press ; Sweden: press
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Change answering method
You can choose: Ordinary, Auto, Loud, or Auto loud.
à á
à á
Ordinary: press the Call key, or the middle Soft key (in this case
the call is connected with Loudspeaking function turned on).
•
Auto: the call is automatically connected (call is not connected
with Loudspeaking function).
•
Loud: press the Call key and the call is connected with
Loudspeaking function turned on.
•
Auto loud: the call is automatically connected after 2 signals
with Loudspeaking function turned on (Calls can be answered
as usual before that).
Note: Ordinary and Loud methods require you to press a
key to get connected.
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Profiles.
Select
ã
Options
ã
Select
ã
Select
ã
Select
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Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
A list with all available profiles is shown.
Select a profile.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Select Edit.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Select Answer.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Select the required answering method.
Press (see display).
The name of the selected method is shown. The new answering
method is marked.
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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 that you do not risk losing any 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, and will only ring that specific extension's phone.
Parallel Ringing can be temporarily disabled by the phone user
using the function “Internal Follow-me”. See also section “Internal
Follow-me” on page 59.
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To disable Parallel Ringing temporarily
Dial, enter the extension number, and press.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
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.
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#21#
To restore Parallel Ringing
Dial.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
Note: 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
Make calls
You can also make a call via the Phonebook, see section
“Phonebook” on page 43.
å
On-hook
Enter the phone number and press.
The number is shown in the display. Your phone will go off-hook
and establish the connection. The number is stored in the Call list.
The number may be any of the following:
•
an extension number,
•
an external number, where 0 is the digit for external call access.
Note:
Correct a wrong entry (Invalid number) by pressing the
Cancel Hot key. If you decide not to make the call while
keying in the number, press Cancel (see display) to stop.
It is possible to turn on/off the tone sender in a predialed number
by making a long press on the * key (for example when calling
telephone banks). Tone sender on will be indicated with a T in the
number, and off with -.
If a pause is required in the number, it is added by making a long
press on the * key. The pause is indicated with a P in the number.
You can make your calls faster by programming Soft/Hot keys with
frequently used numbers. See section “Program a Hot key or a Soft
key with a phone number” on page 97.
If you receive a queue tone when the digit or digits 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.
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Handsfree
ä
While you are waiting for a connection or during the call:
Press the middle Soft key.
You are connected to the called party via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: Which key to press depends on the answering
method used. To change the answering method, see
section “Change answering method” on page 29.
End the call
Press.
The duration of the call is displayed.
Number Presentation Restriction
If you do not want your name and number to be displayed to the
person you are calling, use the following procedure. This function
might be blocked for use on your extension (programmed by your
system administrator).
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Note: 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.
å
Dial and wait for a new dial tone.
Dial the number.
Instead of your name and number, the display on the called phone
shows Anonymous.
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Last External Number Redial
When you initiate an external call the system automatically stores all
the dialed digits, irrespective of whether the call was successful or
not.
***
Press to redial the last dialed external number.
The display will show the dialed number.
Note: Finland and Sweden: press
**0
Dial number from the Call list
The twenty last received/dialed phone numbers are stored in the
Call list. You can dial one of these numbers by selecting the
number from the Call list.
ã
ã
If the Clock and Date function is set, you can on the same day the
call was received/dialed, see the time for the call. The time stamp is
changed to a date stamp the following day. See section “Clock
settings” on page 101.
Press to access the Call list.
Press until the desired number is displayed.
You can store numbers permanently by adding them to your
Phonebook, see section “Save a number from the Call list to the
local Phonebook” on page 49.
If you want to edit the number:
Options
Edit
Select
å Save
Press (see display).
Press (see display).
Edit before call is marked.
Press (see display).
Make the required changes (number and name).
Press to dial.
The display shows the dialed number.
Note: The Call list is cleared if the power of your phone is
lost.
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Delete a number from the Call list
ã
Options
ã
Select
When your phone is in idle mode:
Press until the desired number is displayed.
Press (see display).
Edit before call is marked.
Press until Delete is marked.
Press (see display).
Number deleted is displayed and the number is deleted. The
phone automatically returns to the Call list.
Delete all numbers from the Call list
ã
Options
ã
Select
When your phone is in idle mode:
Press to enter the Call list.
The first number in the Call list is marked.
Press (see display).
Edit before call is marked.
Press until Delete all is displayed.
Press (see display).
The question Delete allnumbers? is asked.
Call list
Delete all numbers?
Yes
Yes
No
Press (see display).
All entries deleted is displayed. All numbers are deleted. The
phone automatically returns to the idle mode.
If you press No, you return to the previous step.
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When you receive a busy tone
If you call an extension and receive a busy tone, or get no answer,
or all external lines are busy, User Busy is shown and you can use
any of the following methods.
Callback
6
If a called extension is busy or there is no answer:
Press.
Note: France, Finland and Sweden: press
5
Press to finish the procedure.
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 the Callback, you can make and receive calls as
usual.
Press when you are called back.
The system calls the extension.
Note: Callbacks can be activated on several extensions at
the same time.
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If all external lines are busy:
Press.
Note: France, Finland and Sweden: press
5
Press to finish the procedure.
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.
Press when you are called back.
The system calls the external number.
Note: Only one Callback can be activated on a busy
external line.
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#
Cancel any single Callback
Dial and enter the extension number.
Note: To cancel a single Callback on a specific external line,
dial the digit or digits to get a line instead of the extension
number.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
#37#
Cancel all Callbacks
Dial.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
Intrusion on a busy extension
4
You can intrude on an ongoing call on a busy extension.
Press
Note: France and Sweden: press
8
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: 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.
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Bypass
If this function is allowed from your extension, you can bypass an
activated Diversion, activated Follow-me or activated Absence
Information on a specific extension.
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Press.
Dial and enter the extension number.
Press and wait for answer.
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Speed Dialing
Note: You can also make Speed Dialing calls via the
Phonebook and Call list, see sections “Phonebook” on
page 43 and “Dial number from the Call list” on page 34.
Common Speed Dialing numbers
å
By using common Speed Dialing numbers, you can make calls
simply by pressing a few keys. The common Speed Dialing
numbers consist of 1–5 digits and are stored in the exchange (by
your system administrator).
Dial the common Speed Dialing number.
Please refer to your telephone directory.
Press to make a call.
Dial a number via Hot key or Soft key
The Hot key or Soft key has to be preprogrammed with a number,
see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
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Via Hot key:
Press and hold the preprogrammed Hot key.
A number between 0 and 9. The display shows the
preprogrammed number. The number is dialed and the connection
will be established automatically.
Via Soft key:
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
The display shows the preprogrammed number. The number is
dialed and the connection will be established automatically.
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Authority
Authorization Code, common
If you are assigned to use a common Authorization Code (1 to 7
digits), you can temporarily change any phone used 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.
*72*
å#
å
To use for a single call:
#73*
å#
To open an extension for some calls:
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Dial the digit(s) to get an external line and the external
number.
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Press to finish the procedure.
*73*
å#
To lock an extension:
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Authorization Code, individual
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 you are
out of the office. You can also temporarily change any 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.
*76*
å#
To lock your phone:
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Press to finish the procedure.
*75*
å#
å
To make calls with your authority level when your phone is locked:
#76*
å#
To open your phone:
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Dial the digit(s) to get an external line and the external
number.
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Press to finish the procedure.
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*75*
å*
å#
å
To assign your own authority level to another phone:
*74*
å*
å#
To change your individual Authorization Code:
Dial.
Enter Authorization Code and press.
Dial your own extension number and press.
Verification tone.
Dial the digit(s) to get an external line and the external
number.
Dial.
Enter the old Authorization Code and press.
Dial the new Authorization Code and press.
Verification tone.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Phonebook
Your phone is equipped with a local Phonebook (personal) and a
central Phonebook.
The local Phonebook can hold up to 100 entries (names and
numbers). The Phonebook entries are stored in the flash memory in
your phone. Phonebook numbers have a maximum of 22 digits
and phonebook names have a maximum of 22 characters.
Note: An indication that the Phonebook is full (indicated
with a beep), means that you have to delete an entry before
you can add a new one.
You can program a Soft/Hot key that opens the Phonebook, see
section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
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Enter names and numbers
The characters that you can enter, are written above each key.
Use the keypad to enter text. The following explains how to enter
text when you add a new name in the Phonebook menu.
Example (to enter SMITH):
7777
6
444
8
44
ã
The marked character is selected after a time out or when another
key is pressed.
Press for S
Press for M
Press for I
Press for T
Press for H
Press when the name is complete.
Control keys
à
á
*
0
Clear
44
While entering a name or a number you can use the following keys
for control and navigation:
Press to move left.
Press to move right.
Press to switch between upper and lower case.
Note: It is possible to turn on/off the tone sender in a
predialed number by making a long press on the * key (for
example when calling telephone banks). Tone sender on will
be indicated with a T in the number, and off with -.
Press to enter a space.
Press the Soft key to correct a wrong entry (see display).
If you press and hold the key, the entire entry is deleted.
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Special characters
Use the keypad to enter letters and characters.
The most common letters are printed on each key of the phone.
Press a key once for the first letter or character, twice for the
second, three times for the third, etc.
Press and hold the # key to switch between text and number input
mode. An icon indicates the possibility.
All the available letters and characters are shown in the following
table:
Phone Number of times to press the key
key
1
2
3
4
5
6
1
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
.
,
-
?
!
&
@
“
‘
:
;
(
)
/
\
_
^
1
2
A
B
C
Å
Ä
Æ
À
Á
Â
Ã
Ç
2
3
D
E
F
È
É
Ê
Ë
3
4
G
H
I
ï
Ì
Î
Í
4
5
J
K
L
5
6
M
N
O
Ñ
Ö
Ø
Ò
Ó
Ô
Õ
6
7
P
Q
R
S
ß
7
8
T
U
V
Ü
Ù
Ú
Û
8
9
W
X
Y
Z
Ý
9
0
Space
%
$
£
±
+
=
¿
<
>
#
½
μ
§
°
¦
€
*
19
0
Note: Depending on the selected menu language, other
characters might be available, which means that the
character order differs from the table above.
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To enter Ä press 2 (five times).
1 time
result A
2 times result B
3 times result C
4 times result Å
5 times result Ä
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Enter the Phonebook
à á
or
Select
Access the names and numbers of the Phonebook.
Press a Menu key.
Contacts is marked.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Two phone books might be available.
Contacts
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
â ã
or
Select
Select
Search
Cancel
Scroll up or down to select the desired phonebook.
Press (see display).
The top of the entry list is shown and the first entry is marked.
Example display:
Local phonebook
Adam
>
Bob
Charlie
â ã
Details
â ã
or
or
Back
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Details Options
Back
Scroll up or down through the list.
Press to view the entry (see display).
Scroll up or down to view other entries in the list.
Press to step back (see display).
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Make a call via the Phonebook
When you have accessed the central or local Phonebook:
Contacts
Local phonebook
Central phonebook
Select
Search
å
Search
Cancel
Press (see display).
Find:_ is displayed.
Press the key with the first letter of the desired name.
How to enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on
page 44.
Note: In a central Phonebook, you can search for the full
name by entering the first letters of the first name, adding a
blank space and then entering the first letters of the last
name.
Search
â ã
or
Press to confirm (see display).
The first name beginning with this letter is displayed.
Scroll up or down until you find the name.
The sorting order may vary depending on the selected display
language.
Note: The Search function is not available if the local
Phonebook is empty or contains only one entry.
Press.
The number is dialed.
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Send a message via the Phonebook
You have accessed an entry.
Options
â ã
Select
å Send
or
Press (see display).
Scroll up or down the list until you find Send Msg.
Press.
Enter the text message and press (see display).
Sending is shown.
Add a name and a number to the local
Phonebook
When you have accessed the local Phonebook:
Contacts
Q Local phonebook
O Central phonebook
Select
Search
Cancel
If the phonebook is empty:
Select
Press (see display).
Add
Press (see display).
Name: _
Number:
å
ã
å Save
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Save
Clear
ABC
Back
Enter the name.
How to enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on
page 44.
Press to enter the number.
Enter the phone number and press (see display).
Entry saved is shown.
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If the phonebook already contains one or more contacts:
Options
Press (see display).
Add is marked.
Options
Add
Delete
Edit
Select
Select
Back
Press.
Fill the blank fields Name and Number.
Note: You might also add an entry to the local Phonebook
from the central Phonebook.
ã
ã
å Save
Save a number from the Call list to the
local Phonebook
Press to enter the Call list.
The first number in the Call list is marked.
Scroll down the Call list until the desired number is marked.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
The number is added automatically to the Phonebook.
Enter the name and press (see display).
How to enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on
page 44. The name and number are stored in the Phonebook.
Entry saved is shown. The name and number are stored in the
Phonebook. The phone automatically returns to the local
Phonebook.
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Change an entry in the local Phonebook
When you have accessed the entry in the local Phonebook:
Options
â ã
or
Select
Press (see display).
Scroll up or down the list until you find Edit.
Options
Delete:XXXXX
Edit: XXXXX
Search
Select
Back
Press.
Name: Adam
Number: 001811005555
å
ã
å
Save
Save
Clear
Cancel
Edit the name.
How to enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on
page 44.
Press to enter the number.
Edit the number.
Press (see display).
Entry saved is shown.
The name and number are stored in the Phonebook, and the
phone returns automatically to the local Phonebook.
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Delete a name and a number from the
local Phonebook
When you have accessed the entry you want to delete from the
local Phonebook:
Options
ã
Select
Press (see display).
Add is marked.
Scroll down to Delete.
Options
Delete: XXXX
Edit: XXXX
Search
Select
Back
Press.
XXXX
Delete entry?
Yes
Yes
No
Press to delete the name and number.
The name and number are deleted, and the phone returns
automatically to the local Phonebook.
No will take you back to the local phonebook.
Note: You can also delete all entries at once by selecting
Delete all.
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Use the central Phonebook
When you have accessed the central Phonebook:
Contacts
O Local phonebook
Q Central phonebook
Search
Back
Search an entry
Search
å
Search
Press (see display).
Find:_ is displayed.
Enter the name or the number you are looking for.
How to enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on
page 44.
Press (see display).
The search result is displayed. The result is stored until a new
search is performed or until it is removed manually from the phone.
This means that the next time the central Phonebook is marked,
the latest search result is displayed.
Delete the search result
The search result is marked.
Central phonebook
Adam
>
Bob
Charlie
Details Options Back
Options
Press (see display).
Options
Search
Add to phonebook: XXXX
Send Msg
Select
Back
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â ã
or
Select
Scroll up or down until you find Clear result.
Options
Add to phonebook:XXXX
Send Msg
Clear result
Select
Back
Press.
XXXX
Delete entry?
Yes
Yes
No
Press to delete the name and number.
Search result cleared is shown.The name and number are
deleted.
Add the search result to the local Phonebook
The search result is marked.
Options
â ã
Press (see display).
Select
Press (see display).
or
Scroll up or down until you find Add to phonebook.
Options
Search
Add to phonebook:XXXX
Send Msg
Select
Back
Or
Details
and
Press (see display).
Save
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Entry saved is shown
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During Calls
Handsfree
This function is useful if you need to have a conversation over the
phone while having your hands free for other tasks (handsfree). You
can switch to handsfree speaking (and back to standard speaking
procedure) at any time during a call.
ä
ä
54
To activate handsfree during a call:
Press the middle Soft key to activate handsfree speaking
mode.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and
microphone.
Note: You can adjust the volume, see section “Audible
Adjustments” on page 106.
Press again to deactivate handsfree speaking mode.
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Mute microphone
To mute the microphone during an ongoing conversation:
Press the Mute key at the right side of the phone to turn the
microphone off.
The microphone is disconnected and the caller will not hear an
ongoing conversation or environmental noise. The text Muted is
shown in the display when the microphone is off during a call.
Press the Mute key again to turn the microphone on.
Note: You are recommended to use this feature instead of
putting a call on hold. A call on hold may be diverted to your
operator, directly or after some time.
Inquiry
*
å
*
You have an ongoing conversation and you would like to make an
Inquiry to an internal or external party.
Press (see display).
Dial tone. The first call is put on hold.
Call the third party.
When the third party answers, you can switch between the calls
(Refer Back), transfer the call, create a conference and end one of
the calls.
Press to end the inquiry call (see display).
The third party is disconnected.
Press to return to the first party.
2
Refer Back
Press to Refer Back to the other party.
The party you talked to is put on hold, the other party is connected.
Note: Sweden: press R (see display).
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Transfer
*
å
If you have an ongoing call and want to transfer the call to another
extension, you can do the following.
Press (see display).
Dial tone.
Call the third party.
Press before or after answer.
The ongoing call is transferred.
Note: If you have put more than one call on hold the last call
that was put on hold will be transferred. If the dialed
extension is busy or Transfer is not allowed, your phone will
ring again.
If you want to permanently transfer a call, you can do the following.
Options
ã
Select
å
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Press (see display).
Press until Transfer to new call is displayed.
Press (see display).
Call the third party.
Note: In this case the call cannot be retrieved.
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Conference
With this procedure you can include up to seven parties 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: The conference tone might be disabled for your
system.
*
å
3
You have an ongoing conversation and want to establish a
telephone conference. You will become the conference leader.
Press (see display).
Dial tone.
Call the third party.
Wait for answer.
Press to establish a conference.
Repeat the procedure to add more conference members.
End the call to leave the conference.
Note: 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.
Answer a conference call
A conference call is indicated by a different signal compared to
normal calls and a text message. The conference call must be
answered within a pre-set time (default 30 seconds). A normal call
in progress has higher priority, but if the normal call is ended before
the pre-set time, the conference call indication starts and the call
can be answered.
Press to answer the conference call.
You are connected to the conference.
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During Calls
On hold
*
You can temporarily put the ongoing call on hold. Calls put on hold
can be resumed on your own or on another phone.
Press (see display).
Dial tone.
Press.
To resume the call on your extension
Press within 30 seconds.
If not resumed within 30 seconds you will be called back. An
unanswered external call will be re-routed to the operator after
another 30 seconds.
å
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To resume on another extension
8
Call the extension where the call was put on hold and press.
Busy tone.
Press.
4
Note: France: press ; Sweden: press
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Call Forwarding
Internal Follow-me
All calls to your extension are diverted to an extension of your
choice (within the private network). A special dial tone will be heard.
During Follow-me, your phone can still be used for outgoing calls.
*21* å
#
Order
Dial and enter the answering position number.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
#21#
Cancel
Dial and press.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Call Forwarding
External Follow-me
if external Follow-me is allowed, you can have all calls to your
extension diverted to an external number of your choice. A special
dial tone will be heard. During Follow-me, your phone can still be
used for outgoing calls.
*22#
å
#
Order
Dial.
Dial the digit(s) to get a line and enter the external number.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
#22#
Cancel
Dial.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Personal Number
With this feature you can be reached at your normal office phone
number even if you are out of the office, at home, etc.
Depending on the functionality of your office exchange, you can
have either one individual single search profile (standard) or you can
choose between five individual search profiles (optional).
A search profile can be designed to fit the situation, that is, in the
office, traveling, at home, etc.
Your search profile is programmed or modified by your system
administrator. See section “To design and order your search
profiles” on page 62.
When the feature is activated, incoming calls are transferred to your
selected phones or back-up services in the order that you choose.
If an answering position in the profile is busy, the call can be
transferred to another predefined position in the profile, that is,
Voice Mail or a colleague.
You can handle the profiles from your own office phone. How to do
this is described in this section (an operator can also assist you).
You can also use any of the Personal Assistant applications, if
available. Contact your system administrator for more information.
*10*
(1—5)
#
To activate or change to another profile from your office
phone
Dial.
Press the search profile digit.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
Note: When another party is included in the activated
profile, a colleague or an operator, etc., always remember
to inform about your absence. If Voice Mail is included in the
activated profile, always update your greeting with Absence
Information.
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Call Forwarding
#10#
To cancel from your office phone
Dial.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
To design and order your search profiles
The search profiles are installed or changed by your system
administrator. In order to set up your profiles, copy the setting form,
fill in your new or changed profiles and give it to your system
administrator.
Note: If a profile handling application is connected to your
system, you can edit profiles via your Intranet. See separate
instructions for the application.
Important notes when designing your search profiles:
•
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 seconds.
•
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.
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•
Consider what should happen while you are busy on a phone.
The available options are Follow-me to Voice Mail and Followme 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.
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•
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.
•
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 are In office, At home, Traveling,
and Absent/not reachable.
Example: How to fill in your setting form for search profiles:
Profile 1
In office
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
1
Desk
1234
10
2
Cordless
5234
15
3
Voice Mail
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
* Examples: Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, etc.
Profile 2
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Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
1
External
222222
20
2
Mobile
0706666666
25
3
Voice Mail
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
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Setting form for search profiles
Name:
Department:
Telephone No:
Account:
Profile 1
..........................
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
4
* Examples: Desk, Cordless, Mobile, External, Voice Mail, Operator, etc.
Profile 2
..........................
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Telephone number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
2
3
4
Profile 3
..........................
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
1
2
3
4
Profile 4
..........................
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
1
2
3
4
Profile 5
..........................
Search
order
Type of telephone or
Answering position*
1
2
3
4
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Absence Information
Absence Information
The 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.
Note: During Absence Information, your phone can still be
used for outgoing calls.
*23* (0 - 9)
*09 1 5
#
Order
Dial and enter the absence code.
Note: The absence code is system dependent. Contact
your system administrator for more information.
Press and enter date (MMDD) or time (HHMM) of your return
(Example: September 15).
Note: If no return time or date is needed, this step can be
skipped.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
Display example:
14 Sep
9341 TRIP
15 Sep
-
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Absence Information
#23#
Cancel
Dial.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
The programmed information is erased.
*23 0 *
å*
(0 - 9)
*09 1 5
#
Order for another extension
Dial.
Dial the extension number and press.
Enter the absence code.
Press and enter date (MMDD) or time (HHMM) of the other
person´s return (Example: September 15).
Note: If no return time or date is needed, this step can be
skipped.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
When the display on the other person´s extension shows the
reason, and if entered, time and date of return.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Absence Information
#23 0 *
å#
Cancel for another extension
Dial.
Dial the extension number and press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Note: If the special dial tone is received, the Authorization
Code for the other extension is required. Add the code and
press # before pressing the Call key.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Messages
Messages
When you receive a new message, the flashing lamp, accompanied
by a message tone and/or a vibrating phone, give you notice of a
message (a special dial tone can also be used to indicate a waiting
message, if programmed).
The New message icon is also used to indicate a new message. In
addition you can see the number of queued messages in the
display.
Note:
The message list is cleared if the power of your phone is
lost.
The message tone can be silenced by a press on the Mute key.
However, the message tone will break through silent mode if the
message is urgent.
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Manual Message Waiting (MMW)
If the called extension does not answer, you can initiate a message
waiting indication on that extension (if this function is allowed).
Answer
An indication of a waiting message appears in the display.
Information on how to open and listen to a message, see “Text
messages” on page 70 or “Voice Mail (optional)” on page 77.
A call is initiated to the extension that requested Message Waiting.
Note: If the message is not answered within a certain time
(pre-defined by your system administrator), the Message
icon appears in the display, for example 3 . The message
is answered via the message list, see section “Text
messages” on page 70.
*31*å
#
Order MMW to another extension
Dial and enter your extension number.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
*31*å
#
Cancel MMW to another extension
Dial and enter your extension number.
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Text messages
The twenty last received text messages are stored in the message
list.
â
Select
Note: If there is not enough free memory to store an
incoming message the oldest message will be deleted. This
means that it is not always possible to store twenty
messages, it depends on how big the messages are.
Press to enter the Messages menu.
Press (see display) to access the message list.
A list with three latest messages is shown (one row per message).
Example displays:
•
Two unread and one read messages:
Message list
• Section meeting
• Visitor
3 Room 102
Open Options Back
•
Third message is waiting for an answer:
Message list
• Section meeting
3 Visitor
! Room 1024 "bed"
Open Options Back
•
Two unread and one read interactive messages:
Message list
<=> M4 low level
<=> M5 high level
->
M1 low level
<-\
Open Options
70
Back
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â ã
or
Open
To read a message
Scroll up or down until you find the message.
The selected message is marked.
Press to read the message.
The message consists of several rows:
a
b
c
d
Subject
> Identity of the caller
-> Time and date when the message was received, in the
set format. See section “Clock settings” on page 101.
one or two rows for messages sent with a request for
answer; action and time of acknowledgment.
Example displays:
•
Ordinary message:
Section meeting
>9341
-> 2008-04-26 2:05pm
Reply Delete Close
If the Clock and Date function is set, you can on the same day the
message was received, see the time for the message. The time
stamp is changed to a date stamp the following day.
The size of the text can be changed or be displayed upside down:
see section “Settings” on page 94.
•
Message sent with a request for answer, BEFORE
acknowledgment:
Room 1024 "bed"
>9001
-> 2008-04-26 2:05pm
–Action required
Accept
Reject
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acknowledgment by pressing the Soft key Reject:
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Room 1024 "bed"
>9001
-> 2008-04-26 2:05pm
- Rejected
<- 2008-04-26 2:05pm
Delete Close
To mark a message as read
Close
Press (see display).
The phone returns to the message list.
Note: If you reply to or just open the message, it is also
marked as read.
To reply to an incoming text message
Reply
å Send
Press (see display).
Enter the message text and press (see display).
Sending is displayed as a confirmation of the transfer.
To delete a message
Delete
Yes
Press (see display).
Delete message? is shown in the display.
Press to delete the message (see display).
To delete all messages from the list
Options
â ã
or
Select
Yes
Press (see display).
Scroll up or down the Options list to mark Delete all.
Mark the preprogrammed Soft key.
Delete all messages? is shown in the display.
Press to delete the message (see display).
All messages deleted is displayed, and after one second the
phone return to idle mode.
No will take you back to the message list.
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Message Queuing and Priority
If several messages are received during a short period of time it is
possible to specify at which rate the messages will be shown on
the display. If a minimum time is set for how long messages will be
displayed, each message will be shown without being interrupted
by another message, except if the new message is of higher
priority. Messages not yet shown are placed in a queue and the
priority and time of reception determine the position in the queue.
There are nine levels of the priority: 1 is highest priority and 9 is
lowest priority. If several messages have the same priority, the
message that was received first is also shown first. If no minimum
time is set (the parameter is set to 0) the priority order is disabled.
The total number of messages in the queue and the message list
cannot exceed the total number of characters stored (20,000).
If a new message with a higher priority is received while another
message is read, the new message will replace the old message in
the display. The old message will be placed in the queue. If a new
message with equal or lower priority is received while another
message is read the new message will be placed in the queue.
Messages in the queue will be shown automatically when the
minimum time has passed for the previous displayed message or
the message is closed or deleted. Queued messages will always be
shown instead of the idle screen until the queue is empty.
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Absent
Activate Absent if you cannot receive any messages. The system
will then receive an absent notice, and keeps track of whether you
can be reached or not.
This function can be programmed as a Hot key or a Soft key. How
to program a Soft/Hot key, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys”
on page 95. It is also possible to activate or deactivate this function
via the menu, see section “Profiles” on page 87.
Note:
This feature may be restricted or not available. Contact your
system administrator for more information.
If you program a Hot key, you have to press and hold the key when
you activate or deactivate this feature.
Activate
Absent
Press the preprogrammed Soft/Hot key (see display).
The display shows:
Absent
Smith
4321
Or activate a profile including an Absence feature.
Options and Edit
â ã
or
Press the preprogrammed Soft/Hot keys to view the profile X.
Scroll up or down the settings list.
Edit X
y Absent
Change
Back
The checkbox must be marked.
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Deactivate
Absent
Press preprogrammed Soft/Hot key (see display).
The display shows:
System A
Smith
4321
Or activate a profile without an Absence feature.
SMS
When the SMS (Send Message Service) feature is available, there
are several ways to send a message:
•
Select the messages menu and Send message.
•
Program a Soft/Hot key to Send message, see section “Hot
keys and Soft keys” on page 95. If you program the Soft/Hot
key without a destination address you will be able to use it to
send an SMS to any phone within the system, but you can also
choose to send it to a predefined destination address.
•
Select an appropriate service, see “Change services” on
page 90.
•
Select the addressee in the Phonebook and edit the message.
(View the entry and press Options or directly press Options.)
An incoming SMS is immediately displayed and the number of the
sending phone is shown on a separate row. The time and date the
SMS was received, and the number of the sending phone, is
shown when you read the message. To view and reply to incoming
SMS messages, see section “Text messages” on page 70. All SMS
messages are saved along with other messages in the message
list.
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Interactive Messaging (optional)
Interactive Messaging (IM) is an optional service that extends basic
messaging. It makes it possible to access information from a client
application in the system. An example can be a central Phonebook
(a central phone number directory) that can be accessed from your
phone, or that a list of actions is included in the message sent from
the application to the phone.
Mobile data from the phone can initiate the application to send the
Interactive Message. The user can then select one action from the
list. The action can be sending a message back to the application,
and/or dialing a specific number, etc.
Note: This feature may be restricted or not available.
Contact your system administrator for more information.
Incoming Interactive Message
An Interactive Message is indicated and viewed the same way as a
regular message, but the Interactive message icon is added in
front of the message. It is saved along with other messages in the
message list.
The interactive messages have one or more options, depending on
the configuration in the client application.
They finish with date and time of reception.
Example display:
Conference this evening!
Will you be there?
"Fred Smith"<fred.smith@
company.com
<- 2008-04-20 5:44pm
Options Delete Close
Options
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Example display with only one option:
Options
<- Reply
Select
â ã
or
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Back
If the messages gives you several options:
Scroll up or down the Options list.
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Select
å
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
If the selected option requests input:
and Ok
Enter the information needed and press (see display).
A press on the # key will change to digit input mode to facilitate
entering numbers.
Send mobile data
It is possible to send user entered data from the phone by pressing
a preprogrammed Hot key or Soft key, or selecting a service.
Mobile data can be used for opening a door, starting or stopping a
machine, etc. The data can either be predefined, or entered after
the Soft/Hot key is pressed or the service is selected.
Mobile data with prefix can be used to send information to an
application in the system (can also be predefined when you
program the Soft/Hot key or service). See sections “Hot keys and
Soft keys” on page 95 and “Services” on page 90.
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, etc. The caller can then leave a message
in your mailbox. When you return to your office, you can open your
mailbox and listen to the messages received.
You can choose to divert all incoming calls to your mailbox, or calls
when there is no answer, or calls when your phone is busy.
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.
Note: How to handle your mailbox depends on the type of
Voice Mail system. The following describes the integrated
type. For other types, please refer to separate user
instructions. Contact your system administrator if you do
not know which type of Voice Mail system you have.
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Messages
To activate and deactivate your mailbox
See section “Internal Follow-me” on page 59. Use the number to
the Voice Mail system as the “answering position number”.
à á
à á
To access your mailbox when there is a new message
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Messages.
Select
â ã
or
Select
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Scroll up or down the list.
Messages
Messages
Send message
Voice mail
Select
Back
à á
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Select
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Listen
Press (see display).
or
å
Select Voice mail.
If you are asked to enter your security code:
Enter your security code.
Code at delivery = your extension number.
To access your mailbox in general
å
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When you want to listen to saved messages, change your security
code or change your greeting.
Dial the number to the Voice Mail system and press.
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å
å
å
Enter your security code.
Code at delivery = your extension number.
To access your mailbox from another phone
Dial the number to the Voice Mail system and press.
#
å
å
If you are asked to enter your security code (if the phone you are
using has a mailbox of its own):
Press.
Dial your mailbox number.
(Typically your office extension number.)
Enter your security code (if required).
To access someone else’s mailbox
Dial the number to the Voice Mail system and press.
#
å
å
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If you are asked to enter your security code (if the phone you are
using has a mailbox of its own):
If you are asked to enter your security code (if the phone you are
using has a mailbox of its own):
Press.
Dial the mailbox number.
(Typically the office extension number of the other person).
Enter the security code of the other person (if required).
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To handle the mailbox
Recorded information on the line informs about the number of new
and stored messages. If you have too many messages stored, you
will first be asked to delete saved messages.
Recorded instructions ask you to press different digits in order to
listen to caller's messages, record your own greetings, change
your password or exit your mailbox, etc.
The following diagram gives an overview of the mailbox system and
the digits to be used.
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Group Features
Group Features
Group Call-pick-up
People working in a team can have their phones programmed by
your system administrator to form Call-pick-up groups.
*8#
In a Call-pick-up group, any member can answer any individual call
to group members.
Dial and press to answer.
Note: Finland and Sweden: press
0
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
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Dial and press to answer.
Note: Finland and Sweden: press
0
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Group Features
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.
*21* å
#
To leave the group temporarily
Dial and enter your own extension number.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
#21#
To re-enter the group
Dial and press.
Note: U.K.: press
2
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
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Push-To-Talk
There are two different types of push-to-talk functions that are set
by flash memory parameters in the phone. For both variants the
Mute key has to be pressed during conversation.
The first push-to-talk function can be described as a group call/
conference call. To enter the group call the members must press a
Soft/Hot key with a pre-programmed dial-code. If one of the group
members wants to get in contact with the others, he or she simply
has to press and hold the Mute key to open the microphone. The
microphone is muted again when the Mute key is released. The
dial-code is set in the Soft/Hot key as a phone number, see section
“Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
Note: When this function is enabled, all calls started with a
Soft/Hot key will be using the push-to-talk function.
The second push-to-talk function is used in systems where only
one person is allowed to speak (not two persons at the same time).
The phone sends DTMF tones to the connected system when the
Mute key is pressed/released to open/close the speech channel.
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Other Useful Features
Other Useful Features
Account Code
*61*
å#
å
This 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.
Dial.
Note: Norway and Finland: press
71
Dial the Account Code and press.
Dial tone.
Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and the external
number.
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.
*
*61*
å#
2
During the call:
Press to put the ongoing call on hold (see display).
Dial tone.
Dial.
Note: Norway and Finland: press
71
Enter Account Code and press.
Dial tone.
Press (see display).
Press to resume the call that was put on hold.
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General Deactivation
The following features can be simultaneously cancelled:
#001#
•
Callback (all Callbacks are cancelled).
•
Internal and External Follow-me.
•
Manual Message Waiting/Message Diversion.
Order
Dial and press.
Wait for the call icon to stop flashing.
Press to finish the procedure.
Night Service
When the exchange is in Night Service mode, all your incoming
calls to the operator are transferred to a selected extension or
group of extensions. The exchange is equipped with three different
Night Service modes:
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
signalling device, for example the common bell. Answer the call as
described in section “Common Bell Group” on page 81.
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Emergency Mode
In the event of an emergency, the operator can set the exchange
into Emergency mode, during which only preprogrammed
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.
Malicious Call Tracing
If you are disturbed by bothersome or malicious external incoming
calls, you can request number tracing from the network provider.
You can invoke tracing during or after an ongoing conversation.
The external line can be held for a limited period of time.
Order
*
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During an ongoing conversation:
Press (see display).
Dial tone.
Dial.
The system acknowledges with different tones whether the tracing
request was accepted or rejected.
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Profiles
The phone is equipped with ten profiles; two profiles are preset at
delivery and the remaining eight profiles are user defined. The
preset profiles are Normal and In charger.
Normal profile
The Normal profile is the default profile.
In charger profile
The In charger profile is activated when the phone is placed in the
charger and deactivated when removed; it cannot be manually
selected. Your last selected profile is automatically chosen when
the phone is removed from the charger.
User defined profiles
Eight profiles can be defined and saved by you. For instance, you
can define a special headset profile with a different ring signal
volume and automatic answer of incoming calls.
Another example is when several users are sharing the same
phone. All users can define their own settings, that is, type of ring
signal, volume, answering method, Soft key settings, etc. Note that
one has to change to the user defined profiles manually.
Note: You have to manually select the user defined profiles.
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Profiles
à á
à á
Select a profile
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Profiles.
Select
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
Profiles
Q Normal
O In charger
O Profile 2
Select Options
â ã
or
Select
Back
Activate a user defined profile
Scroll up or down until you find the desired profile.
Press (see display).
The name of the selected profile is shown. The phone automatically
returns to the list.
Note: A Soft/Hot key can also be programmed to activate
a profile, see section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
â ã
or
Options
Change profile settings
Scroll up or down until you find the desired profile.
Press (see display).
Options
Q Edit: Profile 2
O Delete: Profile 2
O Add new profile
Select
Select
Back
Press (see display) to edit the selected profile.
The name and settings of the selected profile are shown.
The settings are basically the same as in the Settings menu (see
section “Settings” on page 94), but you can also do the following:
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•
Give the profile a new name (select Name).
•
Set Absent on/off, see section “Absent” on page 74.
•
Select the answering method, see section “Change answering
method” on page 29.
Note: Your system administrator might hide profiles
individually. This is an easy way to hide profiles that are not
used. See section “Profiles” on page 87.
Add a new profile
From the profiles list:
Options
â ã
or
Select
Edit
å Save
Press (see display).
Scroll up or down to Add new profile.
Press (see display).
The default profile name and settings are shown.
Press to enter the name (see display).
Press the preprogrammed Hot key.
When the name is entered, the phone automatically returns to the
settings list.
For a on/off setting:
Change
Press the preprogrammed Soft/Hot key (see display).
The checkbox is marked.
For a multi choice setting:
Select
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/
or
/
Select
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Press the preprogrammed Soft/Hot key (see display).
Scroll to your choice.
Press (see display).
When the setting is done, the phone automatically returns to the
settings list.
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Services
Services
à á
à á
To enter the Services menu
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Services.
Select
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all created services is shown. See also section “Menu
structure” on page 18.
Note: The phone can use up to ten services.
Change services
â ã
or
When you have entered Services:
Scroll up or down until you find the required service.
Services
Open door
Get lab results
Require wheelchair
Select Options
Select
Add
Press (see display).
The service is activated.
Note: You can also open a service by programming a Soft/
Hot key. See section “Hot keys and Soft keys” on page 95.
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Services
If data to be sent is predefined
The text Sending... is shown. The phone automatically returns to
the menu, selecting this service.
å Send
If data with prefix is to be sent
å Send
If a phone call is to be made
å Ok
å Send
If a message is to be sent
Enter the data and press.
The text Sending... is shown. The phone automatically returns to
the menu, selecting this service.
Dial the number.
Enter the message address (it may be predefined) and press.
Enter the message text (it may be predefined) and press.
The text Sending... is shown. The phone automatically returns to
the menu.
Create a new service
When you have entered Services:
Options
Add
å
Save
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Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Press (see display).
Name:_ is displayed.
Note: If services already have been created, press Options,
select Add service and press Select.
Enter a name that describes the service you want to add.
For example, if you want this service to open a door, you can name
the service Open door.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
The new name is marked and added to the list.
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Services
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Select
â ã
or
Select
å
Save
Scroll down to Function: Not used.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Functions
O Data send
O Data with prefix
O Phone call
Select
Back
Select which function you want the service to have.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Enter data, prefix, phone number, or message address (if you
want a predefined address) and text.
The phone automatically returns to the service, selecting the
function.
Edit a service
â ã
or
Options
When you have entered Services:
Scroll up or down until you find the service you want to edit.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Options
Edit: Servive X
Delete: Service X
Add a service
Select
Select
â ã
or
Edit
å Save
â ã
or
Select
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Back
Press to change the name (see display).
Scroll up or down to Name.
Press to change the name (see display).
Change the name and press (see display).
Scroll up or down to Function.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
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â ã
Select
å Save
or
Functions
O Data send
O Data with prefix
O Phone call
Select
Back
Select which function you want the service to have.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Enter data, prefix, phone number, or messaging address and
text.
The phone automatically returns to the service, selecting the
function.
Delete a service
â ã
or
Select
ã
Select
When you have entered Services:
Scroll up or down until you find the service you want to
delete.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Scroll down to Delete.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Service X
Delete service ?
Yes
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Press (see display).
Service deleted is shown for one second. The phone automatically
returns to the services list, selecting the next service.
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Settings
Settings
To enter the Settings menu
à á
à á
Note: Some settings can be controlled via the Profiles
menu, see section “Profiles” on page 87.
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
Press the preprogrammed Soft key.
A list with all settings is shown. See also section “Menu structure”
on page 18:
Settings
Alert signals
Audio volumes
Soft key
Select Options
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Hot keys and Soft keys
By programming Soft/Hot keys, you can make calls or activate a
function by simply pressing one key. The programmed numbers
and functions are stored in the flash memory of your phone.
Note: The system administrator may have configured the
right Soft key as a shortcut to different functions. These
settings cannot be set manually in the phone, but the can
be used when a call is connected.
In idle mode the Soft keys can be used for specific functions
defined by you. The function can be to dial a specific phone
number, sending mobile data, a short cut to the menu, or sending a
message. It can also be a link, for example to a central Phonebook.
When navigating the menu structure the Soft keys are used for
different choices in the menu.
A Hot key is one of the ordinary number keys 0 to 9. A Hot key can
have the same function as a Soft key, see above.
Note: The possibility to define a Hot key can be locked by
your system administrator.
To make a call with a Soft/Hot key, see section “Common Speed
Dialing numbers” on page 39.
Activate a function or number with a preprogrammed
Soft key or a preprogrammed Hot key
Absent
å
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Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display),
The pre-set function will be activated, in this example Absent.
or
press and hold the preprogrammed Hot key.
A number between 0 and 9. The pre-set function will be activated.
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Available functions
Data send - See section “Send mobile data” on page 77.
Data with prefix - See section “Send mobile data” on page 77.
Phone call - You program a key with a name and a number.
Short-cut - A short cut to any of the following functions:
•
Local phonebook - See section “Phonebook” on page 43.
•
Central phonebook - See section “Phonebook” on page 43.
•
Message list
•
Absent - See section “Absent” on page 74.
•
Menu
•
Call list
•
Services - See section “Services” on page 90.
•
RSSI
•
Network statistics
•
Call diversions
•
Presence
Send message - You can leave the Message address field blank,
or you can predefine a destination address. See section “SMS” on
page 75.
Change profile - Mark the desired profile. See section “Profiles” on
page 87.
Presence - Requires that the phone is logged onto a presence
management system
PTT - Requires a Multi Point Control Unit and that groups have
been created in the system.
Not used - If you do not need a function or a phone number any
longer, you can set the key to Not used.
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Program a Hot key or a Soft key with a phone number
â ã
or
Select
When you have entered Settings:
Scroll up or down to Soft key or Hot key.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
For the Hot keys, select the key you wish to edit: 0 to 9.
For the Soft keys, scroll up or down to mark the position of the Soft
key you wish to edit.
Soft key
Left: Menu
Middle: Message
Right: Not used
Change
Back
Change
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Name: is marked.
Edit
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
å Ok
â ã
or
Change
Edit
å Save
Enter a name of maximum seven characters and press.
Changes saved is shown and the phone automatically returns to
the Hot key/Soft key setting.
Scroll up or down to Function.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Press (see display).
Name: is displayed.
Enter the name and press (see display).
Changes saved is displayed. How to enter text, see section “Enter
names and numbers” on page 44.
Note: You can also fetch a contact from the local
phonebook.
Repeat the procedure to program a new key or edit a programmed
key.
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Program a Hot key or a Soft key with other functions
â ã
or
Select
When you have entered Settings:
Scroll up or down to Soft key or Hot key.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
For the Hot keys mark the one you want to edit: 0 to 9.
For the Soft keys: scroll up or down to mark the position of the Soft
key you want to edit.
Soft key
Left:Menu
Middle: Message
Right: Not used
Change
Change
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Name: is marked.
Edit
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
å Ok
â ã
or
Change
Edit
å Save
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Change
â ã
or
Select
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Back
Enter a name of maximum seven characters and press.
Changes saved is shown and the phone automatically returns to
the Hot key/Soft key setting.
Scroll up or down to Function.
Press the preprogrammed Soft key (see display).
Press (see display).
Name: is displayed.
Enter the name and press (see display).
Changes saved is displayed. How to enter text, see section “Enter
names and numbers” on page 44.
Press.
Function: is marked.
Press (see display).
Select the required function.
See section “Available functions” on page 96.
Press (see display).
The following prerequisites apply:
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Data send - Enter data if you want to predefine it, or leave it out if
you want to enter data after pressing the Soft key.
Data with prefix - Enter prefix.
Short-cut - Assign the short cut.
Send message - You can leave the Message address field blank,
or you can predefine a destination address.
Change profile - Mark the profile you wish to switch to.
Presence - Requires that the phone has logged into a presence
management system.
PTT - Requires a Multi Point Control Unit and that groups have
been created in the system.
Not used - Not used will be displayed in the Soft key list.
Save
Press to save the setting (see display).
The key is programmed and the name of the selected function is
shown.
Repeat the procedure to program a new key or edit a programmed
key.
Language
The display messages are available in eleven languages: Danish,
Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian,
Portuguese, Spanish, and Swedish.
â ã
ã
â ã
or
or
Select
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When you have entered Settings:
Select General.
Select Language.
Select the desired language.
Press (see display).
The selected language is shown. The phone automatically returns to
the list of general settings.
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Change text size
You can change the text size in the display.
â ã
ã
â ã
or
or
Select
When you have entered Settings:
Select General.
Select Text size.
Select the text size.
You can choose between Small and Medium.
Press (see display).
Selected size is shown.
The selected text size is shown. The phone automatically returns to
the list of general settings.
Phone lock
You can protect your phone from being used by others by locking
it. You can lock the phone manually or automatically. The Padlock
icon indicates when your phone is locked.
Lock the phone manually
â ã
â ã
á
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select General.
or
Select Phone lock.
Select
Select Lock phone.
Press to lock your phone (see display).
Note: The phone cannot be locked with an empty lock
code.
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Unlock the phone
The phone can only be unlocked with the lock code. The lock code
is preprogrammed on the flash memory and can be changed from
the phone, see section “Set lock code” on page 101.
å
With the phone switched on:
Dial your lock code.
Set lock code
The lock code consist of one to four digits and you can change it
from your phone.
â ã
â ã
ã
á
Select
å Ok
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select General.
or
Select Phone lock.
Select Set lock code.
Press.
Press (see display).
Dial your lock code (one to four digits).
Clock settings
If the clock and date is set, you can on the same day a message or
call is received, see the time for it.
Set the clock to get the time automatically from the
system
When you have entered Settings:
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â
â
â
â
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or
or
or
or
or
or
ã
ã
ã
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Select General.
Select Time & date.
Select Time format.
Select desired time format (24 hour or 12 hour).
The phone automatically returns to the list of general settings.
Select Date format.
Select desired date format.
Automatic key lock
You can set the keypad to lock after 20 seconds after the last
usage. In idle mode a locked keypad is indicated by the Key icon.
â ã
â ã
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select General.
or
Select Auto key lock.
Change
Press (see display).
The Auto key lock checkbox is marked or unmarked. In idle mode a
locked keypad is indicated by the Locked keypad icon.
Quick answer
When this function is activated, you can answer incoming calls by
simply taking the phone out of the desktop charger. There is no
need to press the Call key.
â ã
â ã
or
Select General.
or
Select Quick answer.
Change
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When you have entered Settings:
Press (see display).
The Quick answer checkbox is marked or unmarked.
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Set new messages to be displayed upside
down
Your incoming messages can be displayed upside down.
â ã
â ã
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select General.
or
Select New message rotated.
Change
Press (see display).
The New message rotated checkbox is marked/unmarked.
Note: When this is set, the call information for incoming
calls is also displayed upside down.
Owner ID
With this function, you can program your personal owner ID.
â ã
â ã
Edit
å
or
Select General.
or
Select Owner ID.
Save
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When you have entered Settings:
Press (see display).
Enter your Owner ID.
The phone is changing to text entry mode automatically. How to
enter text, see section “Enter names and numbers” on page 44.
Press (see display).
The new ID is shown.
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Settings
Change the display contrast
â ã
â ã
â ã
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select General.
or
Select Display contrast.
or
Select the desired contrast level.
There are 15 available levels: 1 to 15.
Select
Press (see display).
The selected contrast level is shown. The phone automatically
returns to idle mode.
System
Use this menu to select a system and view all phone related
information. If you often move between systems, you may want to
be able to switch systems quickly. In order to do so, you can set
program this feature as a Soft key or Hot key. See also section
“Installation” on page 111.
Change system
When you have registered to more than one system, you can
manually select which system to connect to. You can connect to
up to four different exchange systems with your phone, normally
named A, B, C and D.
â ã
â ã
or
Select System.
or
Select the required system.
There are four available systems: A to D.
Select
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When you have entered Settings:
Press (see display).
The selected system is shown. The phone restarts automatically.
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System information
The Information menu shows general information about your
phone and your network connection.
Note: You cannot change the system settings.
â ã
â ã
When you have entered Settings:
or
Select System.
or
Select Information.
Select
Press.
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Note: You can also view the system information via the
quick access code. The code is
.
You can view the following information:
ESSID
IP
MAC
SW version
Alarm license
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The ID of the system to which the phone is connected.
The IP address of the phone assigned by the system.
The MAC (hardware) address of the phone. It is stored
in the phone and cannot be changed.
Here you can see which version of the phone software
you have.
Display: No alarm license.
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Audible Adjustments
Audible Adjustments
In order to satisfy your personal needs, your phone is equipped
with many options to set and adjust a personal volume and ring
signal. In addition to this there is a vibrator option.
Your phone is delivered with a set of standard audio settings for
best audio quality. In some environments, for example one with a
high noise level, these standard values might have to be adjusted
to get good audio quality.
Alert signals
Ringer volume
à á
à á
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
ã
Select
á
Select
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There are 5 audible ringer levels and one silent level. You can set
the ringer volume via the Alert signals menu.
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert signals.
Press to select the item.
A list with all available alert signals is shown.
Select Ring Volume.
Press to select the ringer volume.
A list with all available levels is shown.
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à á
or
Select the required volume level.
You have six available options: Level 1 to 5, or Silent.
If you want to hear the volume level during the changing:
Play
Select
à á
à á
Press (see display).
The marked volume is played until you press Stop.
Press to select the volume (see display).
The selected volume is shown. The phone will automatically return
to the Alert signals list and the volume is marked.
Ring signals
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
ã
Select
á
Select
à á
or
Select
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert signals.
Press to select the item.
A list with all available alert signals is shown.
Select Ring signals.
Press to select the type of calls.
You can change the ring signal for Internal calls, External calls, or
Callback calls.
Select the required signal.
Press to select the signal.
You have six available rings; Beep, Low, Medium, High, and
Mixed.
If you want to hear the new signal during the changing:
Play
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Press (see display).
The marked ring signal is played until you press Stop or Select.
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Select
Press to select the ring signal (see display).
The selected ring signal is shown. The phone will automatically
return to the Ring signals list and the changed ring signal is
marked.
Vibrator
à á
à á
You can set the vibration alarm instead of the ring signal to indicate
incoming calls and messages.
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
ã
Select
ã
Change
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert signals.
Press to select the item.
Select Vibrator.
Press (see display).
The Vibrator checkbox is marked/unmarked. A call will now be
indicated by both the vibrator and the ring signal. If you want only
the vibrator to indicate calls, you have to mute the ring signal first.
Key beep
à á
à á
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
ã
Select
á
Change
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Use this feature to set if you want every keystroke to be confirmed
with a short tone or not.
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Alert signals.
Press to select the item.
Select Key beep.
Press (see display).
The Key beep checkbox is marked/unmarked.
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Volume control
There are two ways to control the volumes: in menu mode, and
during a call.
In menu mode
à á
à á
You set separately the volume of the speaker, the loudspeaker and
the headset. There are ten voice levels to choose from.
or
Press a Menu key.
or
Select Settings.
Select
ã
Select
á
Select
à á
or
Select
Press to select the submenu.
A list with all available settings is shown.
Select Audio volumes.
Press to select the item.
A list with all available audio volumes is shown.
Select one of the audio volumes.
Press to select the audio volume.
A list with all available levels is shown.
Select the required volume level.
You have ten available options: Level 1 to 10.
Press to select the volume (see display).
The selected volume is shown.
During a call
Use the volume keys to adjust the volume, see section
“Description” on page 10 for the location of volume controls.
Depending on your selection, you adjust the volume of the speaker,
loudspeaker or headset. The adjusted volume is saved in the
phone and can be viewed via the menu.
To turn the microphone on or off during a call, see section “Mute
microphone” on page 55.
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Mute audible signals
To mute the ring signal before answering a call, see section “Mute
ring signal” on page 27. See section “Description” on page 10 for
the location of the Mute key.
You can also turn off the ringer permanently. When the phone is onhook (idle mode):
Press and hold the Mute key on the right side of the phone.
The Ringer off icon is shown. Now only the vibrator and the red
lamp will indicate an incoming call.
Note: High priority messages will override this setting.
This action will also mute message signals.
Press and hold the Mute key to turn the ringer on again.
The Ringer off icon disappears.
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Installation
This chapter describes how to connect and charge the battery of
your phone. You will also find procedures for installation and
maintenance of your phone.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable Li-Ion battery placed on the back of
the phone.
Charge the battery
The battery requires charging when the Battery icon in the display
is empty. In addition a warning message is displayed at startup.
Place the phone in a charger. A beep indicates connection with the
charger. The Battery icon level blinks whether the phone is
switched on or off. When it is on, the status display shows In
charger.
After approximately 2-6 hours the phone is fully charged, which is
indicated by a filled Battery icon. Charge the battery for at least one
hour the first time you use the battery.
Note: If a call is connected when the phone is placed in the
charger, the call will be disconnected.
Remove the battery
The battery is fastened by two hooks. To remove the battery, press
firmly on the two release buttons on the sides of the phone.
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Battery handling
The Li-Ion battery contains environmental polluting material. If
damaged, return it to a collecting point.
Note: Only use the charger that is delivered with your
phone to charge the battery.
Chargers
Desktop charger
Important!
Only use the equipment designed for the WiFi412 phone, see below.
Product description
Identification on product
Power adapter for WiFi412, EU *
A30480G 130123
Power adapter for WiFi412, UK *
A30480B 130124
Power adapter for WiFi412, AU *
A30480A 130125
Power Supply for Rack charger, 85-286 V AC
BMLNB 101 54/1
* EU=European union, UK=United Kingdom, AU=Australia.
The desktop charger is used for charging your phone, but also for
storing it when you are placed at one location, for example at your
desk. The tilted design facilitates the use of handsfree operation,
for example in loudspeaking mode. The charger is delivered with a
plug-in power supply and is connected into an ordinary wall socket.
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Charging rack
Important!
Only use the equipment designed for the WiFi412 phone, see below.
Product description
Identification on product
Power Supply for Rack charger, 85-286 V AC
BMLNB 101 54/1
022
The charging rack is used for charging your phone and/or spare
batteries. When charging spare batteries an adapter is needed. The
wall mounted charging rack and its power supply are modular
systems which enables a number of installation configurations.
Each power supply can support three charging racks with four
positions for phones and/or batteries in each rack (see technical
specifications for the charging rack).
As the phone cannot distinguish between a desktop charger and
the charging rack, it is recommended that the alert signal is
silenced when placed in a rack, see section “Audible Adjustments”
on page 106. It can be set in the “In charger” profile, see section
“Profiles” on page 87.
Charging spare batteries
Place the battery in the charging slot of the charging rack. The LED
on the adapter turns orange. When the battery is fully charged, the
LED will turn green.
If an error occurs during charging, the LED will turn red.
If the LED does not start to flash when the battery is placed in the
charging slot, the battery is not in contact. Remove the battery and
put it into the charging slot again.
Note: It is not possible to charge spare batteries in the
Desktop charger.
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Headset
A headset is recommended if you frequently use the phone, and/or
want to have both hands free. The headset comes in three
versions; with microphone integrated in the cable (GSM type), with
microphone on a boom, and with hearing protection (Peltor). An
adapter, that makes it possible to connect other standard types of
Peltor headsets, is also available.
Note: The headset answering key is only active during a call
or when the phone is ringing. It can also be used to get the
line.
Belt clip
The clip on the back of the phone helps you fasten it to a belt or
similar. It is also possible to change the clip to a swivel-type or if no
clip is needed, to replace it with a covering plate.
Change the hinge-type clip
A hinge-type belt clip is mounted on the phone at delivery. The clip
can be replaced with a cover plate that is in the delivery or a swiveltype belt clip that can be ordered separately.
The required tool is a Pozidriv Point size 1.
Unscrew and replace the clip.
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This section contains information on how to solve common
operational problems, and warnings you may receive.
Go through the following lists if you encounter any problems. If this
checklist does not solve the problem, contact your system
administrator. If others have similar problems, there may be a
system error.
Fault / Display
The phone does
not switch on
No display
Probable cause
The battery level is
low.
The battery level is
low or the phone
is defective.
The Ringer off icon
is on or the phone
is defective.
The battery level is
low or the phone
is defective.
The battery level is
low or the phone
is defective.
The phone is
defective.
Action or comment
Charge the battery.
The memory is full,
you cannot add
new names.
Delete a name.
Keys locked
Unlock
The key pad is
locked.
Press * followed by
Unlock.
No System
Cannot connect
to the network,
the phone is not
registered or out
of range.
Contact system
administrator.
No ringing
Battery icon flashes
Call icon is
switched off after
2 seconds
Lamp shows
steady light
When adding
names to the
Phonebook, an
error beep sounds
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Charge the battery or
contact system
administrator.
Off icon on = Turn on
the ringing signal.
Charge the battery.
Charge the battery or
contact system
administrator.
Contact system
administrator.
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Glossary
Glossary
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Exchange
Switch. Your telephone switching system.
ESSID
Extended Service Set Identifier, identifier for the mobile
devices attempting to connect to the Wi-Fi system.
Idle mode
The state your phone is in when nothing is activated; not
calling, not ringing, not diverted etc.
IP
Internet Protocol: Global standard that specifies the format of
datagrams and the addressing scheme.
Least Cost Routing
A function that automatically selects the cheapest way to
connect your external call (not necessarily the shortest
distance).
CPDM
Central Portable Device Manager is used for management of
portable phones, editing of parameters and updating the
portable phones with new software.
Speed Dialing number
Abbreviated number or short number, used for making
frequently used numbers faster to dial.
PTT
Push-To-Talk, session enabling group, or conference, calls.
SW
Here you can see which version of the phone software you
have.
Third party
A third connection (person), which can be included in an
ongoing two person conversation. The connection can be
internal or external.
VoIP
Voice over Internet Protocol
VoWiFi
Voice over Wireless Fidelity is a wireless version of VoIP and
refers to IEEE 802.11b or 802.11g network.
WiFi
Wireless Fidelity is used generically when referring of any type
of 802.11 network.
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Index
Index
A
Absence Information 65
Absent 74
Account Code 84
Activate a user defined profile 88
Add a name and a number to the
PhoneBook 48
Alert signals 106
Answer calls 27
Audible Adjustments
Alert signals 106
Ringer volume 106
Audible adjustments 106
Key beep 108
Ring signals 107
Vibrator 108
Volume control 109
Authority 40
Authorization Code, common 40
Authorization Code, individual 41
Automatic key lock 102
B
Battery 111
Belt clip 113, 114
Bypass 38
C
Call Forwarding 59
External Follow-me 60
Internal Follow-me 59
Setting form for search profiles 64
Call ist 19
Call list 19
Callback 36
Change a name and a number in the
PhoneBook 50
Change answering method 29
Change services 90
118
Change system 104
Change text size 99
Change the display contrast 104
Chargers 112
Charging rack 113
Charging the battery 111
Cleaning 9
Clock settings 101
Common Bell Group 81
Conference 57, 58
Contacts 18
Copyright 5
Create a new service 91
Customizing menus 22
D
Declaration of Conformity 5
Delete a name and a number from the Phone
book 51
Delete a service 93
Description 10
Display information 13
Menu structure 18
Switching on/off the Cordless 24
Tones 23
Dial number from the Call list 34
Display information 13
Idle telephone 13
Incoming call 14
Outgoing call 14
During Calls
Conference 57
During calls 54
Conference 58
Handsfree 54
Inquiry 55
Mute microphone 55
Put a call on hold 58
Transfer 56
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E
Edit a service 92
Emergency Mode 86
Enter names and numbers 44
Enter the PhoneBook 46
External Follow-me 60
F
Free Seating 26
G
General Deactivation 85
Glossary 116
Group Call-pick-up 81
Group features 81
Common Bell Group 81
Group Call-pick-up 81
Group Hunting 82
Push-to-talk 83
Group Hunting 82
H
Handsfree 54
Hot Keys and Soft keys 95
I
Important user information 6
Cleaning 9
Intrinsic safety 9
Preparing for use 9
Incoming calls 27
Answer calls 27
Change answering method 29
Handsfree 28
Parallel Ringing 30
Information 65
Inquiry 55
Installation 111
Battery 111
Belt clip 113, 114
Chargers 112
Charging rack 113
Interactive Messaging 76
Internal Follow-me 59
Intrinsic safety 9
Intrusion 37
K
Key beep 108
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L
Language 99
Last External Number Redial 34
M
Mailbox 80
Make a call via the PhoneBook 47
Make calls 32
Malicious Call Tracing 86
Menu structure 18
Call list 19
Contacts 18
Customizing menus 22
Messages 19
Profiles 21
Services 19
Settings
Settings 20
Messages 19
Absent 74
Interactive Messaging 76
SMS 75
Text messages 70
Voice Mail 77
Mute microphone 55
N
Night Service 85
Number Presentation Restriction 33
O
On hold 58
Other Useful Features 84
Account Code 84
Emergency Mode 86
General Deactivation 85
Malicious Call Tracing 86
Night Service 85
Other useful features 84
Outgoing calls 32
Bypass 38
Callback 36
Dial number from the Call list 34
Handsfree 33
Intrusion 37
Last External Number Redial 34
Make calls 32
Number Presentation Restriction 33
Speed Dialing 39
When you receive a busy tone 36
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Index
Owner ID 103
P
Parallel Ringing 30
Personal Number 61
Phone book
Delete a name and a number 51
Phone lock 100
PhoneBook 43
Add a name and a number 48
Change a name and a number 50
Enter 46
Enter names and numbers 44
Make a call 47
Save a number from the Call list to the
PhoneBook 50
Send a message 48
Preparing for use 9
Profiles 21, 86
Activate a user defined profile 88
Select a profile 88
Push 83
Push-to-talk 83
Put a call on hold 58
Q
Quick answer 102
R
Ring signals 107
Ringer volume 106
S
Safety instructions 6
Save a number from the Call list to the
PhoneBook 50
Select a profile 88
Send a message via the PhoneBook 48
Services 19, 90
Change 90
Create 91
120
Delete 93
Edit 92
Set new messages to be displayed upside
down 103
Setting form for search profiles 64
Settings 94
Automatic key lock 102
Change text size 99
Change the display contrast 104
Clock 101
Hot Keys and Soft keys 95
Language 99
Owner ID 103
Phone lock 100
Quick answer 102
Set new messages to be displayed upside
down 103
System 104
SMS 75
Speed Dialing 39
Switch on/off 24
System 104
T
Text messages 70
Tones 23
Transfer 56
Troubleshooting 115
U
Unlock the phone 101
V
Vibrator 108
Voice Mail 77
Volume control 109
W
Warranty 5
Welcome 4
When you receive a busy tone 36
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