Samsung OfficeServ SMT-I5220 User`s manual

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User’s Manual
Precautions for Safety
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product operation.
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CAUTION
NOTE
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personal injury or fatality.
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Instruction
Indication for commanding s specifically required action.
Preparations
Conventions
WARNING
Neglecting to do so may result in electrical shock, fire, bodily
injury to the user and/or damage to user’s property/assets.
Power supply
CAUTION
Neglecting to do so may result in product malfunction and/or
product damage.
Power supply
Be sure to connect the power
connection port to the power
adapter(AC 220V) offered with the
product.
Never pull out the power plug by
pulling the line or when your hands
are wet.
If there is dust or water on power
plug, wipe it off with a dry cloth.
Unplug the power plug when the
product is not used for a long
period of time.
Installation/Maintenance
Do not leave the product in dusty
areas or in environments with
extreme thermal differences or
near a heating apparatus
(Cigarette or heater and so on).
Do not use volatile liquids, such as
insect spray, near the product.
Do not place vases shall, near the
product.
Unplug the power plug at once
and contact the service center if
unusual sound, smell, or smoke
comes out.
Do not turn off the power while the product is saving the call log or upgrading its
software.
Installation/Maintenance
When you clean the product,
unplug the power cord and dry
with a soft cloth,
Do not clean the product with
chemical solvents such as wax,
benzene, alcohol, thinner,
mosquito spray, aerosol, lubricant
and detergent.
Do not repair or modify the product
without promission.
Do not install the product to direct
sunlight.
Do not put heavy things on the
product.
Preparations
Do not use the damaged power
line or loose plug.
Contents
Precautions for Safety
1
1
2
3
Basic Functions
31
Making a call ........................................................................ 31
Using the handset .......................................................................... 31
Using the speaker phone .......................................................................... 32
Using the Last Call .......................................................................... 33
Using the Phonebook .......................................................................... 34
Answering a call .................................................................. 35
4
Using the handset .......................................................................... 35
Using the speaker phone .......................................................................... 35
Components ........................................................................... 8
Installation ........................................................................... 9
Initial Environment Settings for Activation ....................... 11
Functions available during a busy line .............................. 36
Preparations
1 Easy Installation ............................................................................................. 11
2 Phone Information ......................................................................................... 14
3 Network ............................................................................................................... 15
4 Server .................................................................................................................. 17
5 Extension Login ............................................................................................. 18
6 S/WUpgrade ...................................................................................................... 19
7 Factory Reset ................................................................................................... 20
8 Phone Restart .................................................................................................. 21
Ip phone at a Glance
Features and functions ....................................................... 22
Part Names and buttons ..................................................... 24
Front view .............................................................................................................. 24
Buttons ................................................................................................................... 25
Status Indicator .................................................................... 27
LCD Screen Layout ..................................................... 27
Status Icon descriptions ..................................................... 28
Adjusting the Volume .......................................................... 29
Adjust the handset volume .......................................................................... 29
Adjust the speaker volume ......................................................................... 29
Adjust the incoming call ring tone volume ........................................... 29
Entering Text ........................................................................ 30
Call back ............................................................................................................... 36
Call Message ........................................................................................................ 37
Functions available during a call ....................................... 38
Call Waiting .......................................................................................................... 38
Call Mute/Unmute ............................................................................................. 38
Call Forwarding .......................................................................... 39
Basic Menu usage
41
Function menu ..................................................................... 41
Settings menu ...................................................................... 41
Phonebook ........................................................................... 42
Viewing a phone number ............................................................................... 42
New Number Registration ............................................................................. 42
Search the Phone number ............................................................................ 43
Deleting a phone number or all phone number .................................. 43
Adding a group ................................................................................................... 44
Editing a group ................................................................................................... 44
Call Log ................................................................................. 45
Call Log .................................................................................................................. 45
Messages .............................................................................. 46
Creating a Message .......................................................................................... 46
Incoming Messages ......................................................................................... 47
Outgoing Message ............................................................................................ 47
Draft Messages ................................................................................................... 48
Preparations
Conventions ...........................................................................
Symbols ..................................................................................
WARNING ...............................................................................
CAUTION ................................................................................
1
Conference ........................................................................... 49
Conference Call .................................................................................................. 70
Group Listen......................................................................................................... 71
Mute Calls .............................................................................................................. 71
OHVA Block ......................................................................................................... 72
Group Pickup........................................................................................................ 72
My Group Pickup................................................................................................ 73
Group Conference Call .......................................................................... 49
Directory service .................................................................. 50
Directory service ................................................................................................ 50
Scheduler ............................................................................. 51
Scheduler .............................................................................................................. 51
XML Browser ....................................................................................................... 52
Setup Menu usage ............................................................... 53
1 Phone
1 Phone
1 Phone
1 Phone
1 Phone
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
2 Settings
1 Screen ....................................................................................... 54
2 Sound ......................................................................................... 55
3 Language ................................................................................. 55
4 Security ..................................................................................... 56
5 Phone Information ............................................................... 56
1 Application Set.
1 Call ............................................ 57
1 Application Set.
2 Massages ............................... 57
1 Application Set.
3 My Information .................... 58
1 Application Set.
4 Extension Login .................. 58
............................................................
2 Absent Messages
59
.......................................................................
3 Call Forward
60
.....................................................................
4 Network Info.
61
5 User Data Init. .................................................................... 62
Service Menu usage
63
Screen of Service Menu ...................................................... 63
Redial ....................................................................................................................... 64
Message ................................................................................................................. 64
Call Pickup ............................................................................................................ 65
DND(Do Not Disturb) ........................................................................................ 66
Call back ................................................................................................................ 66
Edit Mode .......................................................................................................... 67
Alarm/Morning Call ........................................................................................... 68
Save/Resend ........................................................................................................ 68
News Select........................................................................................................ 69
Detail News ........................................................................................................ 69
Barge Call............................................................................................................... 70
Conference Call .................................................................................................. 70
Function Keys usage
74
Registration .......................................................................... 74
Troubleshooting
75
Appendix
76
Specifications ...................................................................... 76
Product Warranty
Preparations
XML Browser ........................................................................ 52
Preparations
Connecting
Components
Connect the handset to the handset port on the back of your phone.
This product consists of the following components.
Before using the phone, make sure that you have received all components.
If any items are missing, contact your dealer.
Phone book
Conference
Message
Transfer
UC
Hold
Connect the Ethernet port in your workspace to the LAN port on the back of
your phone, using the provided LAN (UTP) cable. Your IP Phone now shares a
network connection with your computer.
Mute
Vol
Connect a standard power outlet in your workspace to the power port using the
provided AC power adapter. The phone will subsequently boot.
(If your system administrator delivered your phone without a power supply, your
phone probably receives power through the Ethernet connection.)
Headset
Speaker
Main Unit
To use a headset, connect the headset to the headset port on the back of your
phone.
Handset
Quick Manual
Stand
PC
LAN
Power DC 5V
Power Adapter
NOTE
UTP (LAN) Cable
The illustrations used in this manual are for you convenience only, and may be different
from actual objects.
CAUTION
PC
LAN
Power DC 5V
Handset connection
PC connection
Internet connection
Power connection
Headset connection
- Be sure to connect to PC and Network(LAN) before connecting the AC Power adapter.
- During the power on, if network is disconnected be sure to replug the AC power adapter.
Otherwise, some problem can happen in the phone use.
Preparations
Disconnect the Ethernet cable from the computer, and attach it to the PC port
on the back of your IP Phone.
Initial Environment Settings for Activation
NOTE
Once you connect the phone to its power source, a start-up process begins. After several minutes, the
phone’s LCD screen displays the Initial Environment Settings screen for Activation.
Or press and hold [ ] button while in booting the phone to enter the Initial Environment Settings for
Activation screen.
You can set up the network, IP address and system server information settings for activation easily.
After connecting power to the product, the Activation
screen is displayed.
Select the 1 Easy Install, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
1 Easy Install
2 Phone Information
3 Network
4 Server
End
You can show the Network setting screen.
Select desired network mode, and press the
Enter[OK] button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
End Back
If the 1 Static IP.....
Enter the IP Address Subnet Mask Gateway
address, and press the Enter[OK] button.
- The Network information inquires to administrator.
Enter IP Address
123.123.123.123
Del. Back
Enter Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Del. Back
Enter Gateway
234.234.234.234
Del. Back
Preparations
1 Easy Installation
Enter the System IP System ID (Phone
number) Password, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
- The System information inquires to administrator.
In case of 3 PPPoE.....
Enter System IP
123.234.123.123
Del. Back
- To change the text input mode press [ ] button repeatedly.
(Refer to 30 page)
- The System information inquires to administrator.
End Back
Enter User ID
Anonymous
Del. Back
Del. Back
Enter Passward
Enter Passward
****
****
Del. Back
Del. Back
[Reboot Phone]
Wait for a minute.
The Unit is reboot automatically.
[Reboot Phone]
Wait for a minute.
In case of 2 Dynamic IP.....
Enter the System IP System ID (Phone
number) Password, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
End Back
- The System information inquires to administrator.
[Network Setting]
Set DHCP Mode
Enter System IP
123.234.123.123
Del. Back
Enter System ID
7942
Del. Back
Enter Passward
****
Del. Back
Preparations
Enter System ID
7942
Enter the User ID Password System IP
System ID (Phone number) Password, and
press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
2 Phone Information
3 Network
You can confirm the your IP Phone’s S/W version, Network information and MAC address.
You can set up the network for manually.
In Activation screen, select the 2 Phone Information,
and press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Version Info.
2 Network Info.
3 MAC Address
SMT-i5220 V1.40
End Back
(09.07.16
13:00)
Copyright @
2009 SAMSUNG
Back
1 Version Info.
2 Network Info.
3 MAC Address
[Network Information]
Mode :End
StaticBack
IP
IP : 123.123.123.123
SUBNETMASK :
Back
In Activation screen, select the 3 Network Setting,
and press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Easy Install
2 Phone Information
3 Network
4 Server
End
You can show the Network setting screen.
Select desired network mode, and press the
Enter[OK] button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
End Back
In case of 1 Static IP.....
Enter the IP Address Subnet Mask Address
Gateway Address, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
- The System information inquires to administrator.
Del. Back
Enter Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Del. Back
Enter Gateway
234.234.234.234
1 Version Info.
2 Network Info.
3 MAC Address
End Back
Enter IP Address
123.123.123.123
Del. Back
In case of 2 Dynamic IP.....
Enter the IP Address Subnet Mask Address
Gateway Address, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
End Back
[Network Setting]
Set DHCP Mode
In case of 3 PPPoE.....
Enter the User ID
Enter[OK] button.
Password, and press the
- The PPPoE item is reserved for additional functions.
- The Network information inquires to administrator.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
End Back
Enter User ID
Anonymous
Del. Back
Preparations
Select desired Information mode, and press the
Enter[OK] button.
You can show the each information screen.
1 Easy Install
2 Phone Information
3 Network
4 Server
End
4 Server
You can set up the to connected the Main or Sub Server System.
In case of 4 VLAN(LAN Port).....
- The Network information inquires to administrator.
VLAN-HOST Not Use
VLAN ID
0
Priiorty
0
In Activation screen, select the 4 Server, and press
the Enter[OK] button.
Select PNP select No or Yes, and press the
Enter[OK] button.
Del. Back
In case of 5 VLAN9PC Port).....
Select the VLAN-PC : Use/Not Use enter VLAN
ID Priority, and press the Enter[OK] button.
- The Network information inquires to administrator.
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
5 VLAN(PC Port)
End Back
VLAN-HOST Not Use
VLAN ID
0
Priiorty
0
Del. Back
In case of 6 802.1x.....
Select the 802.1x : Not Use or Use( enter ID
enter Password), and press the Enter[OK] button.
- The Network information inquires to administrator.
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
5 VLAN(PC Port)
6 802.1x
End Back
[802.1x]
802.1x
Use
ID
test
PW
** * * *
Del. Back
Unit is reboot for new condition automatically.
[Reboot Phone]
Wait for a minute.
Select Main or Sub System enter the System IP
enter the System ID enter the Password, and
press the Enter[OK] button.
- The Server information inquires to administrator.
1 Easy Install
2 Phone Information
3 Network
4 Server
End
1 PNP
2 Main System
3 Sub System1
4 Sub System2
[PNP]Back
End
No
Yes
Back
1 PNP
2 Main System
3 Sub System1
4 Sub System2
Enter System IP
End Back
123.234.123.123
Enter SystemDel.
ID Back
7942
Back
EnterDel.
Passward
****
Del. Back
1 PNP
2 Main System
3 Sub System1
4 Sub System2
End Back
Enter System IP
123.123.123.234
Del. Back
Preparations
Select the VLAN-HOST : Use/Not Use enter
VLAN ID Priority, and press the Enter[OK]
button.
1 Static IP
2 Dynamic IP
3 PPPoE
4 VLAN(LAN Port)
End Back
5 Extension Login
6 S/W Upgrade
You can set the Extension Login function.
You can upgrade the IP Phone’s S/W.
In Activation screen, select the 5 Extension Login,
and press the Enter[OK] button.
[Extension Login]
No
Yes
Back
In Activation screen, select the 6 S/W Upgrade, and
press the Enter[OK] button.
3 Network
4 Server
5 Extension Login
6 S/W Upgrade
End
Select 1 TFTP Server enter the Server IP
Address, and press the Enter[OK] button.
1 TFTP Server
2 User Upgrade
3 Recovery Upgrade
- The firmware upgrade information inquires to
administrator.
End Back
[TFTP Server]
Press ENTER Button.
165.213.110.59
[Extension Login]
Setting Completed
Del. Back
After setup the TFTP Server, select 2 User
Upgrade, and press the Enter[OK] button.
Press the Enter[OK] button to start upgrading
firmware and reboot automatically.
1 TFTP Sever
2 User Upgrade
3 Recovery Upgrade
End Back
[Upgrade Start]
Press ENTER Button.
Back
After setup the TFTP Settings, select 3 Recovery
Upgrade, and press the Enter[OK] button.
Press the Enter[OK] button to start recovery
upgrading firmware and reboot automatically.
1 TFTP Sever
2 User Upgrade
3 Recovery Upgrade
End Back
[Recovery OS UP]
Press ENTER Button.
Back
Preparations
Select the No or Yes, and press the
Enter[OK] button.
2 Phone Information
3 Network
4 Server
5 Extension Login
End
7 Factory Default
8 Phone Restart
You can initialize the phone to its original condition.
You can reboot the IP Phone.
1
In Activation screen, select the 6 Factory Default,
and press the Enter[OK] button.
- Be sure to check the your data before formatting the IP Phone.
Press the Enter[OK] button to start resetting.
[Factory Default]
It will Clear
even Network Info
Back
20
ⓒ SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.
1
In Activation screen, select the 7 Reboot, and press
the Enter[OK] button.
2
Press the Enter[OK] button to start rebooting.
5 Extension Login
6 S/W Upgrade
7 Factory Reset
8 Phone Restart
End
Preparations
2
4 Server
5 Extension Login
6 S/W Upgrade
7 Factory Default
End
[Phone Restart]
Press ENTER Button.
Back
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IP Phone at a Glance
Features and functions
Network interface
LCD Screen
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Displays features such as the time, date, your phone number, caller ID,
line/call status, and soft button tabs.
If you call an extension and the line is busy or the call goes answered,
you can use the Call Back feature to receive notification when the
extension is available to take a call.
Call Messaging
Places an active call on hold, resumes a held call, or switches between
an active call and a held call-depending on the line state.
Call Conference
Your IP Phone supports conference calls, enabling you to talk with
multiple parties at the same time.
Menu Set Calllog Service
Easy Navigation with Enter(OK) buttons
Enables you to scroll through text and select features displayed on the
LCD screen.
UC-Dial button
Use to select or deselect the Call Forward/DND setting by using the
Direct UC Dial Control.
Text Messaging
Use to send/receive the Text Message to External persons via
messaging service.
Call Forwarding
Redirects your incoming calls to another number.
DND(Do Not Disturb)
You can set the Do Not Disturb function, automatically refusing/blocking
all incoming calls
Announcement
Activates the announcements function via speakerphone.
Call Settings
Call Pickup
Answer an incoming call that is ringing on another extension within your
group
Provides access to phone settings such as contrast and ring sound,
network configuration, and status information.
IP Phone at a Glance
Chances are, your system administrator or a technician will connect
your new IP Phone to the corporate IP telephony network.
If that is not the case, connecting your phone is easy.
Call Back
Part Names and buttons
Buttons
Front view
Buttons/Items
LCD Screen
Phonebook
Message
Service
Speaker
Handset
The handset on your IP Phone functions in the same way
as a handset on a traditional phone:
LCD screen
Displays features such as the time, date, your phone
number, caller ID, line/call status and softkey tabs.
Status LED
Soft button
Performs the functions indicated by the screen text on the
bottom of the display.
User-Defined
Function keys
Status LED
Indicates the IP Phone status.
Soft buttons
Phone book
Conference
Message
Transfer
UC
Hold
Navigation/
Enter buttons
Conference
Transfer
Hold
User-Defined Function keys Provide access to phone lines, web-based services, and
phone features.
Navigation with Enter[OK]
Use to scroll through menus and highlight items.
Use to enter the selected menus or item.
Mute
Mute
Vol
Volume
Speed dial keys
Headset
Headset
Speaker
Microphone
Dial Keypad
Speaker Phone
Conference
Conference
To turn a two-party call into a conference call.
Transfer
Transfer
To transfer a connected call to another extension.
Hold
Transfer
Toggle the Call Hold feature on or off.
Speed dial keys
Provide access to speed-dial numbers.
IP Phone at a Glance
Handset
Description
Status Indicator
The status indicator on the top of the unit give information about your phone:
The following icon list show the conditions of your phone:
Buttons/Items
Status
Microphone
During an incoming internal call
During an incoming external call
Use to dial phone numbers, enter letters.
Speaker
Indication
Blinking
When a new message has been
received
Toggle the Speaker phone feature on or off.
During a call
Headset
Volume +/-
Mute
Headset
Vol
Mute
Speaker
UC
Message
Phonebook
Toggle the Headset feature on or off.
Lighting
Connecting your call
Increases or decreases volume for the handset, headset,
speakerphone or ringer (depending upon which is currently
active).
Toggle the mute on or off.
Toggle the Speaker phone feature on or off.
LCD Screen Layout
UC
The display has 3 areas:
Message
Provides access to a message system.
Area
Status icons
Phone book
Enter the Phonebook menu.
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Text and call
Information area
Menu Set Calllog Service
Soft function
Descriptions
Displays mode and status icons,
Displays input number or text and current
call and includes detailed information such
as caller ID, call duration, and call state.
Activate a softkey by pressing the
corresponding softkey button.
IP Phone at a Glance
Allows other callers to hear you clearly when you are
speaking to them.
Dialpad
Speaker
Description
Status Icon descriptions
Adjusting the Volume
The following icon list show the conditions of your phone:
Ion
Menu Set Calllog Service
Descriptions
Appears when the Call Forwarding feature
is active.
Appears when the DND(Do Not Disturb)
feature is active.
Appears when the Mute feature is active.
Adjusting the Handset
Adjust the volume of the handset.
Follow the instructions below when holding
the handset during a call.
To increase, press the + button.
To decrease, press the - button.
Vol
To increase
Hello
Appears when the SRTP is feature is active.
To decrease
Appears when a new text message has
been received.
Appears when calls can be carried out
using the speaker and microphone
Appears when calls can be carried out
using a headset
Appears when PC port is connected to a
LAN cable.
Appears when the unit is connected to the
server and the connection is operational.
Appears when the unit is connected to the
server but the operation is unavailable.
Adjusting the speaker
Adjust the volume of the speaker.
Follow the instructions below when using
the speakerphone during a call.
To increase, press the + button.
To decrease, press the - button.
Speaker
Vol
To increase
To decrease
Adjusting the ringer volume
Adjust the volume of the ringer.
Follow the instructions below while the
phone is ringing
To increase, press the + button.
To decrease, press the - button.
Vol
To increase
To decrease
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You can adjust the volume of the caller for the handset, speakerphone, and ringer individually.
Basic Functions
Entering Characters
The unit provides convenient ways to enter letters, numbers, and symbols whenever you are prompted to enter
text (for example, when adding a Contacts entry or when using SMS Text Messaging).
Press the button repeatedly to change the text
input mode.
a
Send Delete Back
NOTE
[Text input mode]
Korean
Capital English
Small English
Numbers
Symbols
- You can select to between the Overlap or Mobile phone type for dialling.
Refer to Settings 2 Settings 1 Application Set. 1 Call Dial Mode.
Basic Functions
Please read this manua
l before
Making a call
Using the handset
To place calls with the handset.
Use the Dial keypad to enter Korean text, English text, and numbers, and use the
Directional buttons and Enter[OK] button to enter special characters.
If you make a mistake while entering, press Delete soft button to erase a letter.
- Korean Text: The Korean text input mode is set as the default, and the dial keypad can be used to
enter the desired characters.
button and select the English text input mode, and use the dial keypad to
- English Text: Press the
enter the desired characters.
button and select the number or special character input
- Numbers/Special Characters: Press the
mode, and input the desired numbers or special characters.
Dial keypad
Directional buttons and Enter[OK]
Enter[OK]
move to
In case of Overlap mode
Lift the handset to sounds tone.
Enter a phone number using the dial
keypad to make a call.
In case of Mobile phone mode
List the handset to display “Enter the
number”. Enter a phone number using
the dial keypad, and press the Call soft
button to make a call.
You can talk to the other party when the call is
connected.
move to
move to
move to
To finish your call, place the handset in its normal
position.
Call
Enter the number
Hello
Using the speaker phone
Using the Last Call
To place calls with the speakerphone.
Speaker
In idle mode, press the Speaker button.
In idle mode, press the Calllog soft button.
All incoming, outgoing and missed call are listed in
the Calllog screen.
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In case of Overlap mode
Enter a phone number using the dial
keypad to make a call.
Select the desired number and Enter[OK] button to
scroll through the recent call list.
In case of Mobile phone mode
“Enter the number” is display.
Enter a phone number using the dial
keypad, and press the Call soft button to
make a call.
Call
Enter the number
You can talk to the other party when the call is
connected.
Hello
You can talk to the other party when the
call is connected.
- During the phone rings or a call, hangup the
handset to route the device s audio through the
earpiece of handset.
- During a call, lift the handset to route the phone’s audio
through the earpiece of handset.
To finish your call, press the Speaker button.
If the handset is lift, place the handset in its
normal position.
To show the detail information, press the Enter[OK]
button.
To make a call, press the Send soft button.
Speaker
Hello
Send Save Option Back
3301 : Calling
Service
Basic Functions
Menu Set Calllog Service
Answering a call
Using the Phonebook
To make a call by using the phonebook.
Using the handset
Phone book
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1 Phonebook
2 Message
3 Scheduler
In idle mode, press the Phone book button.
Group List screen is display.
Use Directional buttons and Enter[OK] button to
show all list of desired group.
Use Directional buttons and Enter[OK] button to
show all list of desired group.
Use Directional buttons to select desired number
and Send soft button for a call.
Lift the handset to receive calls.
Back
Family
Frend
Client
Busness
New Search Edit
Adam
Eva
Smith
Send
[15]
[12]
[17]
[26]
Back
You can start the phone conversation.
Basic Functions
Menu Set Calllog Service
To answer a call by using the handset.
Hello
To finish your call, place the handset in its normal
position.
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You can talk to the other party when the call is
connected.
- During the phone rings or a call, hangup the handset to route
the device’s audio through the earpiece of handset.
Using the speaker phone
To answer a call by using the speaker phone mode.
Speaker
Press the Speaker phone button to receive calls.
You can start the phone conversation.
- During a call, hangup the handset to route the device’s audio through the earpiece of handset.
To finish your call, press the Speaker phone button.
Speaker
Functions available during a busy line
NOTE
Call Message
If you call an extension and the line is busy or the call goes unanswered, you can use the Call Back
feature to receive notification when the extension is available to take a call.
Call an extension.
While you hear the busy tone or ringing tone,
press the Service soft button.
123 : Ringing
Call back
Call an extension.
While you hear the busy tone or ringing tone, press
the Service soft button.
123 : Ringing
Service
Select the MESSAGE and press the Enter [OK]
button.
A Message activation confirmation message
displays.
CALLBACK
MESSAGE
Back
a message has
been set to 123
Select the CALLBACK and press the Enter [OK]
button.
A Call back activation confirmation message
displays.
To reactivate the call whenever you want, by pressing
the Hold button.
- When the extension you called is available to receive a call, you
receive an audio and visual alert from your phone.
CALLBACK
MESSAGE
Back
a call back is
set to 123
Basic Functions
Service
Functions available during a call
NOTE
Call Forwarding
To enter the Service Menu screen, press the Service soft button.
During a call, press the Transfer button to forward to
other phone.
Transfer
You can place the current call on hold whenever you want.
Press the Hold button during a call to hold.
Enter the phone number by using the dial pad.
Dial the number or office extension to which you
want to transfer the call.
Hold
Forward Number : 1234
Service
You can show the “The call is on hold” message.
0000
Call Wiating
Service
To reactivate the call whenever you want, by pressing
the Hold button.
Hold
Call Mute/Unmute
To toggle the microphone’s mute state (on/off).
Press the Mute buttons during a call to mute the
microphone.
Hold
Press the Mute buttons to unmute the microphone.
0000
Call Wiating
Service
After confirmed connection sound, place the handset
in its normal position.
When it rings on the other end, press Transfer
again. Or, when the party answers, announce the
call and then press Transf. (This is a consult
transfer.) If you are using a handset, hang up.
If the party refuses the call, press the Resume
softkey to return to the original call.
Transfer
Basic Functions
Call Waiting
Basic Menu usage
Function menu
Menu Items
Descriptions
Provides the function to save, search and register with the phonebook.
2 Call Log
Shows all information on inbound/outbound calls and missed calls.
3 Message
Enables the creation/saving and sending/receiving of a message.
4 Conference
Supports a conference call.
5 Directory Service
This allows a user to search through the users registered with the
LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) server. (For specific
server information, contact the administrator.)
6 Scheduler
The user can register and manage his schedule.
7 XML Browser
The user can search and use the information provided from the
XML browser server.
Setting menu
1 Phone Menu
Descriptions
1 Screen
The idle screen decoration, LCD power and screen saver can
be set, and LCD brightness can be adjusted.
2 Sound
The type of ringing sound, key tone and message tone can be
selected, and their volumes can be adjusted.
3 Language
The user can set the language displayed on a screen.
4 Security
The user can change the password, and lock the phone, so
that other people cannot use their phone.
5 Phone Information
This displays the phone model and software version information.
2 Settings Menu
Descriptions
1 Application Set.
The user can set the optional functions related to calls and
messages.
2 Absent Message
The user can set the message to be displayed to the called
party when he is absent.
3 Call Forward
The user can set the number used for call forwarding
when he cannot receive a call.
4 Network Info.
This displays the network settings of the phone.
5 User Data Init.
This clears all the information settings saved in a phone and
resets them to their initial status.
Basic Menus
1 Phonebook
Phonebook
Phone book
T.123
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Menu Set Calllog Service
1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Menu Set Calllog Back
Search the Phone number
You can search the number by inputting just the initial letter of the name to search.
Select the Menu
soft button.
Phonebook
press the Search
Viewing a phone number
In idle mode, press the Menu button(or
press the Phonebook button) select
the Phonebook press the Enter[OK]
to display the Phonebook.
Select a desired Group
Enter[OK] button.
press the
1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
Client/Business
4 Conference Family
Menu Set CalllogFrends
Back
Unfiled
New Search Group
Select a desired list Press the Enter[OK] button to
show the detailed information.
- If you press Call soft button, a call can be made to the given
number.
Adam
Eve
David
Eric
Call
[15]
[12]
[17]
[10]
Back
[15]
[12]
[17]
[10]
Back
Enter the first few letters of name or phone number,
and press the Enter [OK].
Phone book entries are listed, starting with the first
entry matching your input.
D
Dad
David
Debon
A Search Del. Back
- Pressing the Enter [OK] button displays detailed information.
- If you press Call soft button, a call can be made to the given
number.
Adam
Eve
David
Eric
Call
: Opt : Back
: Opt : Back
Deleting a phone number or all phone number
New Number Registration
You can delete the phone number.
You can save the new phone number.
Select the Menu
soft button.
Phonebook
press the New
Enter the Name and phone number.
- Phone numbers (e.g., of mobile phone, home, office, extension),
fax, e-mail, notes, group and ringing sound settings can all be
saved.
Client/Business
Family
Frends
Unfiled
New Search Group
[15]
[12]
[17]
[10]
Back
Name :
Mobile :
Home :
Office :
A Save Del. Back
Select the Menu Phonebook Search Phone
Number Detail View.
Press the Option soft button, and press the Delete
or All Del. soft button to delete a selected phone
number or all phone numbers.
Enter the Password, and press the Enter[OK] or
Yes soft button to delete/delete all.
Adam
Eve
David
Eric
Call
: Opt : Back
Adam
Eve
David
Eric
Delete All
Del. Back
[Number Delete]
Delete All ?
Press the Save soft button to save.
Name : David
Mobile : 01012345679
Home : 0212345678
Office : 0312345678
A Save Del. Back
Yes
No
Basic Menus
Show the all group on phonebook.
Client/Business
Family
Frends
Unfiled
New Search Group
Call Log
Adding a group
You can add a group.
Shows a list of recent outgoing, incoming or missed calls.
Select the Menu Phonebook press the Group
soft button press the New soft button.
[15]
[12]
[17]
[10]
Back
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Menu Set Calllog Service
[Edit Group]
New Modify Del. Back
T.123
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Menu Set Calllog Service
Enter a new group name, and press the Save soft.
[New Group]
1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Menu Set Calllog Back
234
212
233
154
Call Save : OPT : Back
VIP
- The ringing sound can also be set.
A
Save Del. Back
In idle mode, press the Calllog soft button(or press
the Menu select the 2 Call Log press the
Enter[OK]) to enter the Call Log list.
T.123
Wed 01 Jul 02:34PM
Menu Set. Calllog Service
Editing a group
You can edit a group.
Select the Menu
soft button.
Phonebook
press the New
Client/Business
Family
Frends
Unfiled
New Search Group
[15]
[12]
[17]
[10]
Back
[Edit Group]
New Modify Del. Back
Enter the modified information, and press the Save
soft.
[Edit Group Name]
Client/Business
A
Save Del. Back
Shows the list of calls you’ve recently dialed,
received, or missed.
Select the desired phone number.
To make a call : press the Send soft button
To save to Phonebook : press the Save soft button
To delete : press the Option soft button and Delete
soft button
234
212
233
154
Call Save : OPT : Back
234
212
233
154
Delete All
Del. Back
Basic Menus
Client/Business
Family
Frends
Unfiled
New Search Group
Messages
Message
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1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Incoming Messages
Back
Menu Set Calllog Service
You can view the incoming message and the reply, forward and delete.
Press the Message button(or press the Menu
select the 3 Message press the Enter[OK])
select the Inbox soft button press the Enter[OK].
You can create and save new text message to send.
Select a desired list to show the message, and press
the Enter[OK] button.
1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Back
Press the New Msg. soft button.
Inbox
Outbox
Draft Messages
New Msg.
Create a new message, and press the Enter[OK].
- Refer to the input text method on page 28.
- By pressing Save soft button, you can save a created message
into the Draft Messages temporarily.
- By pressing Search soft button, a phone number from a
phonebook can be searched for.
Press the Enter[OK] or Send soft button to send a
message.
Back
Welcome
User Guide
Information of
Some features
: Opt : Back
Welcome to my world
10/05 8 : 15 AM
TO : 1234
FROM : 4321
Reply Fwd. : Opt : Back
Welcome to my world
10/05 8 : 15 AM
TO : 1234
FROM : 4321
Call Save : Opt : Back
Back
Please read this manua
l before
a
Enter or select the phone number.
[0/2]
[16]
[5]
- To delete a message : press the Opt Del. soft button
- To delete all messages : press the Opt
Delete All soft button
- To reply : press the Reply soft button
- To re-sent to another person : press the Fwd. soft button
Call soft button
- To make a call : press the Opt
Save soft button
- To save a phone number : press the Opt
[0/2]
[16]
[5]
Save Del. Back
1 201
2 123
3
4
Send Search Del. Back
Sending Message
Outgoing Message
You can view the outgoing message and the resend.
Press the Message button(or press the Menu
select the 3 Message press the Enter[OK])
select the Outbox soft button press the Enter[OK].
Inbox
Outbox
Draft Messages
New Msg.
Select a desired list to show the message, and press
the Enter[OK] button.
- To send again : press the Resend soft button
- To re-sent to another person : press the Fwd. soft button
- To delete a message : press the Opt Del. soft button
Delete All soft button
- To delete all messages : press the Opt
[0/2]
[16]
[5]
Back
Welcome
User Guide
Information of
Some features
: Opt : Back
Welcome to my world
10/05 8 : 15 AM
TO : 1234
FROM : 4321
Resend Fwd. : Opt : Back
Basic Menus
New Msg.
Creating a Message
In idle mode, press the Message button(or press
the Menu select the 3 Message press the
Enter[OK]) to display the Message Menu screen
Inbox
Outbox
Draft Messages
Conference
Draft Messages
Conference
You can save a created message temporarily.
1234:TEST
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1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Back
Menu Set Calllog Service
Inbox
Outbox
Draft Messages
New Msg.
[0/2]
[16]
[5]
Back
Group Conference Call
A conference group can be selected to make a conference call between the users registered with the group.
Select the desired list to show the message, and
press the Enter[OK] button.
- To delete a message : press the Opt
Del. soft button
Delete All soft button
- To delete all messages : press the Opt
- To send : press the Send soft button
Welcome
Refer to
Thank you for
Information of
: Opt : Back
Welcome to my world
10/05 8 : 15 AM
TO : 1234
FROM : 4321
Send
Del. Back
In idle mode, press the Conference button(or press
the Menu select the 4 Conference press the
Enter[OK]) to display the Conference list.
1 Phonebook
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
Back
Select desired conference list, and then press the
Enter [OK]
Team Meeting
Conference 1
New
Press the Call soft button.
When a call is connected, press the [Conference]
button start the conversation.
- During the conference call, a participant can be added in the
same way.
Del.
Edit Back
211
212
Call
211
212
Edit Back
Ringing
Failed
Disc. Back
Basic Menus
Press the Message button(or press the Menu
select the 3 Message press the Enter[OK])
select the Draft Messages soft button press the
Enter[OK].
Directory service
1234:TEST
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Menu Set Calllog Service
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
Back
Scheduler
1234:TEST
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Menu Set Calllog Service
New Schedule
With the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), the user can search the registered users to view user
information or make a call. (For information on the specific server, contact the server administrator.)
This is the function used to register and manage schedules on a daily basis.
The user can set location, time, alarm and ringing sound according to schedule.
In idle mode, press the Conference button(or press
the Menu select the 5 Directory Service press
the Enter[OK]) to enter the Directory Service screen.
Enter name, phone number or department, and then
press the Save soft button.
2 Call Log
3 Message
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
Back
In idle mode, press the Menu select the 6
Scheduler press the Enter[OK]
press the
New Schedule soft button.
3 Message
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
6 Scheduler
Back
090318 Make a call
090325 Birthday
Directory Service
Name
Test
TEL
235
Depart Design
a Save Del. Back
New
Enter the text of memo, and then press the press the
Enter [OK]
090707 Meeting
New
Enter the Set Time and selecte the Alarm type, and
then press the Enter [OK] to save.
: Opt : Back
: Opt : Back
Set Date 09Y 07M 08D
Set Time 17h 46m
Alarm
On Time
Back
Basic Menus
Directory service
3 Message
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
6 Scheduler
Back
XML Browser
Setup Menu usage
The user can search and use the information provided from XML browser.
Available information and related services may differ per server construction.
- Service Menu correspond to the option tabs displayed along the bottom of your LCD screen. Service Menu change
depending on the status of your IP phone.
NOTE
Basic Menus
- When an XML browser server is not constructed, the XML browser service is not available.
To find out more about the server construction, contact the server administrator.
- The XML browser server differs with each server construction.
For information about separate services, contact the server administrator.
Screen of Setup Menu
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Menu Set Calllog Service
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
6 Scheduler
7 XML Browser
Back
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1 Phone
2 Settings
Menu Set Calllog Service
1 Screen
2 Sound
3 Language
Back
4 Security
Back
XML Browser
In idle mode, press the Menu select the 7 XML
Browser press the Enter[OK].
1 Phone
2 Settings
4 Conference
5 Directory Service
6 Scheduler
7 XML Browser
Back
When a server is accessed, the home page is
displayed.
Not Supported
Using a navigation button, the user can move
among the items displayed on the screen.
Not Supported
Back
NOTE
NOTE
- The user cannot use those functions when the icons are not active.
- For example, if there is no previous page, the previous page icon is disabled.
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
3 Call Forward
Back Info.
4 Network
- The Service Menu may be changed according to Call type, System version or system
admonistrator’s establishmemts.
- For more information of the Service Menu, inquires to administrator.
1 Phone
1 Phone
2 Settings
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Phone
You can set the ring sound and sound volume.
Menu Set Calllog Service
Back
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the Phone
2 Sound Press the
Enter[OK] button.
1 Phone
2 Settings
1 Screen
2 Sound
3 Language
4 Security
Back
1 Screen
Back
You can set the displaying items.
To set the Ring sound:
1 Screen
2 Sound
3 Language
4 Security
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 1 Phone 1 Screen Press the
Enter[OK] button.
Select the 1 Ring select the Ring sound
Press the Enter[OK] button.
To set the Clock type:
Select the 1 Clock Type
hour
12 hour or 24
To set the Contrast:
Select the 2 Contrast
select the level
1 Clock Type
2 Contrast
3 Font
Select the 3 Font
select the Font type
1 Clock Type
2 Contrast
3 Font
1 Ring
2 Volumes
Handset
Speaker
Ring
Key
Silence
Back
Back
Back
Back
Phone
3 Language
Back
You can change the language displayed onscreen.
[Font]
Yoon Font
Mono Font
Back
To save the your settings, press the Enter[OK]
button.
Ring (1)
[Contrast]
Back
To set the Font:
To set the Volume:
Select the 2 Volume select the Item
select the volume level Press the
Enter[OK] button.
[Clock Type]
12 Hour
24 Hour
Back
[Select Ring]
Back
Back
1 Clock Type
2 Contrast
3 Font
1 Ring
2 Volumes
Back
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the Phone 3 Language Press
the Enter[OK] button.
1 Phone
2 Settings
1 Screen
2 Sound
3 Language
4 Security
Back
[Clock Type]
Back
Setting is completed
You can select to English, Korean or
Italy, press the Enter[OK] button.
The phone is reboot automatically.
[Select Language]
English
한국어
Italy
Back
Basic Menus
Phone
2 Sound
1 Phone
2 Settings
4 Security
You can set a password which is then used to set the functions of the phone, and the lock function.
This prevents other people from using the phone.
1
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 1 Phone Setting 4 Security
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Phone
2 Settings
2 Settings
Select the item [Call/Phone/]
Select the Lock
type or Unlock Press the Enter[OK] button.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 1 Application Set.
1 Call Press the Enter[OK] button.
[Security]
Enter Password.
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
1 Call
3 Call Forward
2 Messages
4 Network Info.
3 My Phone
Info.
Back
4 Extension Login
Back
****
Del. Back
Change Passward
Call
Send Lock
Phone
Unlock
The password should be 4-digits.
Default password is “1234”.
1
Basic Menus
Enter the Current Password Enter the New
Passward
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Call
You can set set the optional functions related to calls.
1 Screen
2 Sound
3 Language
4 Security
Back
Back
2
1 Application Set.
2
Select the Item Select the Item Type
Enter[OK] button.
Press the
- You can change settings for external CID display,
phone number, dial mode, answer mode and headset
mode.
Back
CID Disp.
Dial Mode
Anwser
Headset
Name
Overlap
Ring
Cancel
Back
[Call]
Change Passward
Call
Send Lock
Phone
Unlock
Setting is completed
Back
2 Settings
1 Phone
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the Phone 5 Phone Information
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1
1 Phone
2 Settings
2 Sound
3 Language
4 Security
5 Phone
Information
Back
Back
56
Shows the Phone’s information
ⓒ SAMSUNG Electronics Co., Ltd.
SMT-i5220 V1.05
(09.06.07 13:00)
Copyright @
2009 SAMSUNG
Back
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 1 Application Set.
2 Messages Press the Enter[OK]
button.
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
1 Call
3 Call Forward
2 Messages
4 Network Info.
3 My Phone
Info.
Back
4 Extension Login
Back
2
2
2 Massages
You can set the optional functions related to a message.
5 Phone Information
This displays the phone model and software version information.
1
1 Application Set.
Select the No or Yes
button.
Press the Enter[OK]
- You can make settings for the display of
received message.
[Msg Content View]
No
[Msg Content View]
Yes
SettingBack
is completed
SMT-i5220 IP Phone User Manual
57
Settings
1 Application Set.
3 My Information
Settings
You can set the My Information.
2 Absent Messages
You can select or cancel an automatic response message during absence.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 1 Application Set.
3 My Information Press the Enter[OK]
button.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 2 Absent Message
the Enter[OK] button.
Back
Select the User Enter the Name Select
the My Extension Enter the Number
Press the Enter[OK] button.
My Name : SuperMan
My Extension : 123
[My Phone Info.]
a
is completed
Save Setting
Back Back
1 Phone
2 Settings
Press
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
3 Call Forward
Back
4 Network Info.
Back
Select the Absent Message Type
the Enter[OK] button.
Press
IN A MEETING
OUT ON A CALL
OUT TO LUNCH
LEAVE A MESSAGE
Disa.
Save Back
PAGE ME
OUT OF TOWN
IN TOMORROW
RETURN AFTERNOON
Disa.
Save Back
[Absent Messages]
Setting is completed
Settings
1 Application Set.
4 Extension Login
You can set the My Information.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 1 Application Set.
4 Extension Login Press the Enter
[OK] button.
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
1 Call
3 Call Forward
2 Messages
4 Network Info.
3 My Phone Info.
Back
4 Extension Login
Back
Select the No or Yes
button.
Press the Enter[OK]
[Extension Login]
No
[Extension Login]
Yes
SettingBack
is completed
Basic Menus
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
1 Call
3 Call Forward
2 Messages
4 Network Info.
3 My Phone Info.
Back
4 Extension Login
Settings
3 Call Forward
Settings
You can set set or cancel a call transfer method.
The user can enable call forwarding for all calls, during busy times, or in the event of no answer.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 3 Call Forward
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Phone
2 Settings
4 Network Info.
Shows IP, MAC information and LAN connection status.
In idle mode, press the Set soft button.
Select the 2 Settings 4 Network Info.
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
3 Call Forward
Back
4 Network Info.
Back
Back
Select the Type of Call Forward
Enter[OK] button.
Press the
Disable
Forward All
Forward Busy
Forward No Answer
Back
[Network Info]
Enter Passward.
Enter the Password
Press the Enter[OK]
button.
The default password is “1234”.
You can show the Network Mode, IP, Subnet
Mask, Gateway, DNS1 and DNS information.
****
Delete Back
[Network Info.]
Mode:Static IP
IP: 23.30.156.121
SUBNETMASK:
Back
Enter the Forward Number
Enter[OK] button
Press the
[Forward Number]
9876
Save Del. Back
Settings
5 User Data Init.
Initializes the phone by entering a password.
In idle mode, press the Set. soft button.
Select the Phone Setting 5 User Data Init.
Press the Enter[OK] button.
1 Phone
2 Settings
2 Absent Messages
3 Call Forward
4 NetworkBack
Info.
5 User Data Init.
Back
Enter the Password
Press the Enter[OK] button.
The default password is “1234”.
[Reboot Phone]
Wait for a minute.
Basic Menus
1 Application Set.
2 Absent Messages
3 Call Forward
Back
4 Network Info.
1 Phone
2 Settings
Service Menu usage
- Service Menu correspond to the option tabs displayed along the bottom of your LCD screen. Service Menu change
depending on the status of your IP phone.
Service Menu
Screen of Service Menu
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Redial
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
back
Menu Set Calllog Service
[During idle]
Conference Call
Group Listen
Mute On
Back
[During a call]
NOTE
- The Service Menu may be changed according to Call type, System version or system
administrator’s establishmemts.
- For more information of the Service Menu, inquires to administrator.
Redial
Call Pickup
This function allows you to redial the outside number that was last dialed.
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the Redial press the Enter[OK] button.
Rings another phone.
back
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the Re-Routing press the Enter[OK]
button.
Recall to the last number(s) dialed.
1234 : #56789012
Redial
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
back
Service
“Enter the internal number” is displayed.
Input Ext Number
Service
Message
Enter the number of the phone from which calls
should be re-routed to the your phone.
You can show the received messages from another call during a call.
In Service Menu screen, select the Message
press the Enter[OK] button.
and
Redial
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
back
You can show the information of request call
number.
7890
Request the call
Service
You can use Service > Message Replay / Delete /
Next Message.
Message Reply
Delete
Next Message
End
NOTE
back
Hello
Service Menus
Redial
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
DND(Do Not Disturb)
Edit Mode
You can set the Do Not Disturb function, automatically refusing/blocking all incoming calls
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the Do Not Disturb press the Enter[OK]
button.
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
Call Back
Edit Mode
back
back
Press the desired Function key.
Press the Funtion key
Service
Call back
If you call an extension and the line is busy or the call goes unanswered, you can use the Call Back feature to
receive notification when the extension is available to take a call.
Call an extension. While you hear the busy tone or
ringing tone, press the Call Back soft button.
Press the Function key once more to finish.
Reservation Completed
Service
When the extension you called is available to
receive a call, you receive an audio and visual alert
from your phone.
Lift the handset to receive calls.
press the Enter[OK]
Input the Index
Service
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
Call Back
back
A Call Back activation confirmation message displays.
Place the handset in its normal position.
Enter the Index number
button.
Hello
Service Menus
- When the DND(Do Not Disturb) feature is active, appears the
icon in the screen.
In Service Menu screen, select the Edit Mode
press the Enter[OK] button.
Redial
Message
Call Pickup
Do Not Disturb
Alarm/Morning Call
News Select
You can set the Alarm/Morning call function.
This function is reserved from the news server.
In Service Menu screen, select the Alarm/Morning
Call and press the Enter[OK] button.
press the Enter[OK]
In Service Menu screen, select the News Select
and press the Enter[OK] button.
Edit Mode
Alarm/Morning Call
8 Save/Resend
News Select
back
This function Allows you to link the News Server.
Time Set-1 :
Input the Time
Service
Enter the number of day
button.
press the Enter[OK]
Time Set-1 10 : 35
Input the number of day
Service
Save/Resend
Detail News
During a external call, you can save the current call number, and then make a call from saved number.
This function is reserved from the news server.
During a external call, press the Service button
select the Save/Resend and press the Enter[OK]
button.
Call Back
Edit Mode
Alarm/Morning Call
Save/Resend
back
This function Allows you to link the News Server.
Current call number is saved.
7890 :
Number is Saved
Service
To make a call from the saved external number
In idle mode, press the Service soft button select
the Save/Resend and press the Enter[OK]
button.
In Service Menu screen, select the Detail News
and press the Enter[OK] button.
Call Back
Edit Mode
Alarm/Morning Call
Save/Resend
back
Alarm/Morning Call
Save/Resend
News Select
Detail News
back
Service Menus
Enter the Hour and minute
button.
Do Not Disturb
Call Back
Edit Mode
Alarm/Morning Call
back
Barge Call
Group Listen
If you call an extension and the line is busy or the call
goes unanswered, press the Service button select
the Call Barge and press the Enter[OK] button.
During a call, press the Service button select the
Group Listen and press the Enter[OK] button.
Call Back
Message
Call Barge
Conference Call
Group Listen
Mute On
Displays the “000 : Intercom status” on the screen.
3031 :
= Intercom status =
To cancel the Group Listen, press the Service
button select the Listen Off and press the
Enter[OK] button.
Conference Call
Listen Off
Mute On
Back
Service
Conference Call
Mute Calls
Your IP Phone supports conference calls, enabling you to talk with multiple parties at the same time.
During a call, press the Service button select the
Conference and press the Enter[OK] button.
Enter the Phone number and press the Enter[OK]
button.
Enter the Phone number
button.
During a call, press the Service button select the
Mute On and press the Enter[OK] button.
Conference Call
Group Listen
Mute On
Conference Call
Group Listen
Mute On
Back
and press the Enter[OK]
Back
To toggle mute off, press the Service button
select the Mute Off and press the Enter[OK]
button.
Conference Call
Group Listen
Mute Off
Back
Repeat these steps to add parties to the conference
call.
- You can connect up to 5 participants into one conference call.
Conference :
1234 5678 9876
Back
Service Menus
Back
Back
OHVA Block
My Group Pickup
Call pickup allows you to pick up incoming calls within your own group.
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the OHVP Block press the Enter[OK]
button.
press the Enter[OK].
- The OHVA information inquires to administrator.
Group Pickup
Call pickup allows you to pick up incoming calls within your own group or outside of Your Group,.
Enter the Group number and press the
Enter[OK] button.
The call now rings on your phone.
Answer the incoming call.
Group Announcement
Meet Me Page
OHVP Block
Group Pickup
Back
Enter the Group number
Service
Meet Me Page
OHVP Block
Group Pickup
My Group Pickup
Back
The call now rings on your phone.
Answer the incoming call.
Enable
Disable
Back
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the Group Pickup press the Enter[OK]
button.
In idle mode, press the Service soft button.
Select the My Group Pickup press the
Enter[OK] button.
Service Menus
Select the Enable/Disable
Hold Pickup
Group Announcement
Meet Me Page
OHVP Block
Back
Function Keys usage
Troubleshooting
Registration
Let’s think about the problems that can occur when using the IP Phone.
If there is any problem of IP Phone, check the below items first. If the problem is not solved with following
methods, please contact the service center.
Symptoms
Transfer
Prees the Function Key
The phone does not boot.
Service
Remedies
- Check if your phone is correctly connected.
- Check if the adapter is correctly installed. Refer to page 9.
- Unplug the adapter, and then replug the adapter after for more 10
seconds.
Enter the Index number press the Enter
[OK] button.
Or, enter the “001” select the desired function
by using or buttons press the same
Function Key.
Previous
Next
Code
Auto Send
The phone does not work
after booting.
003
Service
- Check if your phone s IP address is duplicated with other unit.
The Network information inquires to administrator.
- Check if your phone is correctly installed. Refer to page 9.
No sound dial ready tone.
- Check if the phone is correctly installed. Refer to page 9.
- Check if the phone s network s setting is correctly set.
Enter the related Phone Number or
select the Value press the same
Function Key.
No display on the screen.
- Check if the phone is correctly installed. Refer to page 9.
3301
(For example : If you select the Auto send
function, enter the phone number for auto
sending press the same Function Key)
Service
No sound ring tone.
- Up to 10 buttons can be programmed by repeating the
upper 1 ~ 3 steps.
In idle mode or lit and hold the handset, press the
assigned Function Key.
(For example : If you press the Function1 key, send to
“3301” automatically)
- Press the Volume + to increase the ringer volume.
Refer to page 27.
I hear many noises during a
call.
- Lift the handset to change to handset mode during a call.
I hear many noises while
using speakerphone.
- Your IP Phone is too near from another phone.
- Relocate the your IP phone at 1 m cover from another phone.
3301
Service
Appendix
In idle mode, press the Transfer
button press the desired
Function Key.
Specifications
Product Warranty
The specifications of the IP Phone SMT-i5220 is as follow;
Category
Specification
Model
SMT-i5220
Weight
Dimensions (mm)
785
223(W)
223(H)
Seoul Commtech products are supplied with a one (1) year warranty based from
115.5(D)
Adapter Input Power
AC 100 ~ 250 V / 50~60 Hz ; 0.5 A
Adapter Output Power
DC 5 V / 3 A
PoE Input Power
DC 36~57 V(Standard 48 V) ; 400 mA
PoE Device
IEEE 802.3af PoE (the phone is a Class 2 device)
LCD
B/W Graphic LCD (128 x 64 pixels)
the date of purchase, during which time any defective product will be repaired or
replaced with a new or factory rebuilt replacement at no charge.
Warranty Conditions
1. This warranty applies to the original purchase only.
2. The warranty will become invalid in full if unauthorized repair or modifications are
performed to the unit, or in any case of accident, misuse, damage caused by
improper installation and altered serial numbers.
3. If warranty service is required, the customer must send the product to the
customer service center or an authorized dealer. In all cases, the product must
be accompanied by the following items: customer name, address, telephone
number, product serial numbers, and a copy of the purchase receipt that shows
the purchase date and location.
The product model number is included on the package and the front of the manual.
The serial number is located on the product unit. Please record the product model
number and serial number in the spaces provided below. Refer to these numbers
for warranty service.
Model No.
Serial No.