PDF: Operating Instructions Yealink T46G

Yealink Gigabit Color IP Phone
SIP-T46G User Guide
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CE Mark Warning
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Part 15 FCC Rules
Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's
authority to operate the equipment.
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
1.
This device may not cause harmful interference, and
2.
This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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Class B Digital Device or Peripheral
Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part
15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and
used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is
encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
1.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
2.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
3.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
4.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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GNU GPL INFORMATION
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uses software under the specific terms of the GPL. Please refer to the GPL for the exact terms and conditions of the
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About This Guide
About This Guide
Thank you for choosing the SIP-T46G IP phone, an ultra-elegant Gigabit IP phone which is
exquisitely designed to provide business telephony features, such as Call Hold, Call Transfer and
Conference over an IP network.
This guide provides everything you need to quickly use your new phone. First, verify with your
system administrator that the IP network is ready for phone configuration. Also be sure to read
the Packaging Contents and Regulatory Notices sections in this guide bef ore you set up and use
the SIP-T46G IP phone.
In This Guide
Topics provided in this guide include:

Chapter 1 Overview

Chapter 2 Getting Started

Chapter 3 Customizing Your Phone

Chapter 4 Basic Call Features
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Table of Contents
About This Guide ............................................................................. v
In This Guide ........................................................................................................................................................ v
Table of Contents........................................................................... vii
Overview ........................................................................................... 1
Hardware Component Instructio ns ..............................................................................................................1
Icon Instructio ns .................................................................................................................................................3
Feature Sta tus Ico ns ......................................................................................................................................3
Line Key Ico ns ..................................................................................................................................................4
Other Icons .......................................................................................................................................................4
LED Instr uctio ns ..................................................................................................................................................5
Phone User Interface .........................................................................................................................................6
Getting Started................................................................................. 7
Packaging Co ntents ...........................................................................................................................................7
Optional Accessories .....................................................................................................................................9
Phone Installation............................................................................................................................................ 10
Setup Wizard .................................................................................................................................................... 12
Phone Status ..................................................................................................................................................... 13
Registration ....................................................................................................................................................... 13
Idle Screen ......................................................................................................................................................... 14
Entering Data and Editing Fields ................................................................................................................ 14
Customizing Your Phone .............................................................. 19
General Settings............................................................................................................................................... 19
Wallpaper....................................................................................................................................................... 19
Screen Saver.................................................................................................................................................. 20
Backlight......................................................................................................................................................... 21
Contrast .......................................................................................................................................................... 22
Language ....................................................................................................................................................... 22
Time & Date .................................................................................................................................................. 23
Audio Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 24
Volume............................................................................................................................................................ 24
Ring Tones ..................................................................................................................................................... 25
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Key Tone......................................................................................................................................................... 27
Contact Management .................................................................................................................................... 27
Local Directory ............................................................................................................................................. 27
Network Directory....................................................................................................................................... 34
Call History Management ............................................................................................................................. 34
Viewing History Records ........................................................................................................................... 35
Placing a Call from History Records ...................................................................................................... 35
Adding a Contact to the Local Directory ............................................................................................. 35
Deleting History Records .......................................................................................................................... 35
System Customiza tions ................................................................................................................................. 36
Headset Mode.............................................................................................................................................. 36
Bluetooth Headset ...................................................................................................................................... 37
DSS Keys......................................................................................................................................................... 42
Basic Call Features ......................................................................... 49
Placing Calls ...................................................................................................................................................... 49
Answering Calls ................................................................................................................................................ 51
Ending Calls ....................................................................................................................................................... 52
Redialing Numbers ......................................................................................................................................... 53
ReCall................................................................................................................................................................... 53
Call Mute ............................................................................................................................................................ 53
Call Hold/Resume ............................................................................................................................................ 54
Do Not Disturb (DND) ................................................................................................................................... 55
Call Forward ...................................................................................................................................................... 57
Static For warding......................................................................................................................................... 57
Dyna mic Forwarding .................................................................................................................................. 60
Call Transfer ...................................................................................................................................................... 61
Semi-attended Transfer............................................................................................................................. 61
Attended Transfer ....................................................................................................................................... 61
Network Co nference ...................................................................................................................................... 61
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 63
General Issues................................................................................................................................................... 63
Display Issues.................................................................................................................................................... 63
Call Issues........................................................................................................................................................... 64
Headset & Handset Issues ........................................................................................................................... 64
Audio Issues ...................................................................................................................................................... 64
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Reboot & Upgrade & Reset Issues............................................................................................................ 65
Regulatory Notices ........................................................................ 67
Service Agreements ........................................................................................................................................ 67
Limitatio ns of Liability .................................................................................................................................... 67
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Safety Instructions ........................................................................................................................................... 67
Appendix A – Time Zones............................................................. 69
Index ................................................................................................ 71
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Overview
Overview
This chapter provides the overview of the SIP-T46G IP phone. Topics include:

Hardware Component Instructions

Icon Instructions

LED Instructions

Phone User Interface
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your system
administrator.
Hardware Component Instructions
The main hardware components of the SIP-T46G IP phone are the LCD screen and the keypad.
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Hardware component instructions of the SIP-T46G IP phone are:
Item
Description
Shows inf ormation about calls, messages, soft keys, time, date
and other relevant data:
①
LCD Screen
•
Default account
•
Call information—caller ID, call duration
•
Icons (for example,
•
Missed call text or second incoming caller information
•
Prompt text (for example, "Saving config file!")
•
Time and date
)
Indicates call status, message status and phone’s system status.
②
③
Power Indicator LED
Line Keys
HEADSET Key
④
MUTE Key
⑤
•
Receives an incoming call—Fast flashing
•
Receives a voice mail or text message—Slowly flashing
Use these keys to activate up to sixteen accounts and assign
various features.
Toggles and indicates the headset mode. The key LED
illuminates solid green when headset mode is activated.
Toggles and indicates mute feature. The key LED illuminates
solid red when the call is muted.
MESSAGE Key
Accesses voice messages.
HOLD Key
Places a call on hold or resumes a held call.
REDIAL Key
Redials a previously dialed number.
TRANSFER Key
Transfers a call to another party.
Toggles and indicates the hands-free (speakerphone) mode.
⑥
Speakerphone Key
The key LED illuminates solid green when the speakerphone
mode is activated.
⑦
Volume Key
⑧
Keypad
Adjusts the volume of the handset, headset, speaker, ringer or
media.
Provides the digits, letters and special characters in
context-sensitive applications.
Scroll through the displayed information.
⑨
Confirms actions or answers incoming calls.
Cancels actions or rejects incoming calls.
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Soft Keys
⑪
Speaker
⑫
Hookswitch Tab
Label
automatically
to identify
their
context-sensitive
features.
Provides hands-free (speakerphone) audio output.
Secures the handset in the handset cradle when the IP phone
is mounted vertically. For more information on how to adjust
Overview
Item
Description
the hookswitch tab, refer to Yealink SIP-T46G Quick Start Guide .
Picking up the handset from the handset cradle, the
⑬
Hookswitch
hookswitch bounces and the phone connects to the line,
laying the handset down on the handset cradle, the phone
disconnects from the line.
Icon Instructions
Feature Status Icons
Icons appearing on the status bar are described in the following table:
Icons
Description
Network is unavailable
Hands-free speakerphone mode
Handset mode
Headset mode
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Ringer volume is 0
Missed Calls
Call Forward
Bluetooth mode is on
Bluetooth headset is both paired and connected
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Line Key Icons
Icon indicator (associated with line key features)
Icons
Description
Directory
Local Group
Network Group
Speed Dial
Voice Mail
Transfer
Forward
Conference
Hold
DND
ReCall
Group Listening
Phone Lock
Icon indicator (associated with line)
Icons
Description
The private line registers successfully
The shared/bridged line registers successfully
Registering
Register failed
Other Icons
Icon indicator (associated with call history)
Icon
Description
Received Calls
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Placed Calls
Missed Calls
Forwarded Calls
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Icon indicator (associated with contact)
Icon
Description
Contact icon
The default caller photo
LED Instructions
Power Indicator LED
LED Status
Description
Solid red
The phone is initializing.
Fast flashing red (300ms)
The phone is ringing.
Slow flashing red (1s)
The phone receives a voice mail or text message.
The phone is powered off.
The phone is idle.
Off
The phone is busy.
The call is placed on hold or is held.
The call is muted.
Line key LED
LED Status
Solid green
Description
The line is seized.
The line is in conversation.
Fast flashing green
The line receives an incoming call.
Slowly flashing green
The call is placed on hold.
Off
The line is inactive.
Line key LED (used as a page switch key)
LED Status
Fast flashing green
Fast flashing red
Off
Note
Description
The line receives an incoming call on the line key of the
non-current page.
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The monitored user receives an incoming call on the line
key of the non-current page.
The line keys are idle.
The above introduces the default LED status. The statuses of the power indicator LED is
configurable. For more information, contact your system administrator.
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Phone User Interface
The hardware components keypad and LCD screen constitute the phone user interface, which
allows the user to execute all call operation tasks and basic configuration changes directly on
the phone.
You can customize your phone by pressing the Menu soft key to access the phone user
interface. The Advanced option is only accessible to the administrator. For more information on
customizing your phone with the available options from the phone user interface, refer to
Customizing Your Phone on page 19.
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Getting Started
This chapter provides the following basic installation instructions and information for obtaining
the best performance with the SIP-T46G IP phone. Topics include:

Packaging Contents

Phone Installation

Setup Wizard

Phone Status

Registration

Idle Screen

Entering Data and Editing Fields
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your system
administrator.
Packaging Contents
The following components are included in your SIP-T46G IP phone package:

SIP-T46G IP Phone
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Phone Stand
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Handset & Handset Cord

Ethernet Cable (2m CAT5E FTP cable)

Quick Start Guide

Power Adapter
Check the list before installation. If you find anything missing, contact your system
administrator.
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Optional Accessories
The following items are optional accessories for your SIP-T46G IP phone. You need to purchase
them separately if required.
Note

Wall Mount Bracket

Headset

Wireless Headset Adapter EHS36

Bluetooth USB Dongle BT40
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We recommend that you use the accessories provided or approved by Yealink. The use of
unapproved third-party accessories may result in reduced performance.
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Phone Installation
If your phone is already installed, proceed to Setup Wizard on page 12.
This section introduces how to install the phone:
1)
Attach the stand or the optional wall mount bracket
2)
Connect the handset and optional headset
3)
Connect the network and power
1)
Attach the stand or the optional wall mount bracket
Desk Mount Method
Desk Mount Method
Wall Mount Method (Optional)
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The hookswitch tab has a lip which allows the handset to stay on-hook when the IP phone is
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Connect the handset and optional headset
Bluetooth USB Dongle BT40
Wireless Headset Adapter EHS36
Note
The EXT port can also be used to connect an expansion module EXP40.
3)
Connect the network and power
You have two options for power and netw ork connections. Your system administrator will advise
you which one to use.

AC power (Optional)

Power over Ethernet (PoE)
AC Power (Optional)
To connect the AC power:
1.
Connect the DC plug on the power adapter to the DC5V port on the phone and connect the
other end of the power adapter into an electrical power outlet.
2.
Connect the included or a standard Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the phone
and the one on the wall or switch/hub device port.
Power Adapter (DC 5V)
PC Connection
(Optional)
Note
The IP phone should be used with Yealink original power adapter (5V/2A) only. The use of the
third-party power adapter may cause the damage to the phone.
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Power over Ethernet
With the included or a regular Ethernet cable, the SIP-T46G IP phone can be powered from a
PoE-compliant switch or hub.
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To connect the PoE:
1.
Connect the Ethernet cable between the Internet port on the phone and an available port
on the in-line power switch/hub.
PC Connection
(Optional)
Note
IEEE 802.3af compliant PoE
Hub/Switch
If in-line power is provided, you don’t need to connect the phone to the power adapter. Make sure
the switch/hub is PoE-compliant.
The phone can also share the network with another network device such as a PC (personal
computer). This is an optional connection.
Important! Do not remove power from the phone while it is updating firmware and configurations.
Setup Wizard
When the IP phone is first powered on or the phone settings are reset to factory defaults, the
setup wizard will appear on the LCD screen after startup.
Configure the setup wizard:
1.
Configure the language for the phone user interface.
The default language is English.
For more information, refer to Language on page 22.
2.
Press the OK soft key to continue.
The IP phone will try to connect the network.
3.
Press the OK soft key to continue, if the IP phone connects the network successfully.
If the IP phone fails to connect the network or there is no account registered on the IP
phone, the LCD screen prompts “No Connection found”. And the IP phone cannot start up
normally. For more information, contact your system administrator.
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Select a desired line as the default account.
5.
Press the OK soft key to complete the setup wizard.
After you complete these steps, the phone goes to the idle screen.
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Phone Status
Available information of phone status includes:

Network status (e.g., IPv4 status, IP mode and MAC address).

Phone status (e.g., product name, hardware version, firmware version, product ID, MAC
address and device certificate status).

Account status (e.g., register status of SIP accounts).
To view the phone status:
1.
Press
2.
Press
, or press Menu->Status.
or
to scroll through the list and view the specific information.
Registration
Generally, your phone will be deployed with multiple other phones. Your system administrator
will configure the phone parameters beforehand, so that after you start up your phone, the
phone will be registered and ready for use. The SIP-T46G IP phone supports up to 16 accounts.
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Idle Screen
If the phone has successfully started up, the idle LCD screen will be displayed as below.
Idle screen description:
No.
Name
1
Status Bar
2
3
4
Description
This area shows the phone’s default account, icons and the time and
date.
Default
This area shows the phone’s default account. You can press
Account
or
Time and
Date
Icons
on the idle screen to change the default account.
The phone’s time and date are displayed on the right of the status
bar.
For more information, refer to Time & Date on page 23.
Icons are displayed in the middle of the status bar.
For more information, refer to Icon Instructions on page 3.
This area shows the line key labels. You can customize the line key as
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other functions.
For more information, refer to Line Keys on page 42.
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Page Icons
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Soft Keys
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Wallpaper
This area shows three page icons of line keys.
This area shows the soft key labels. The default soft key labels are
“History”, “Directory”, “DND” and “Menu”.
This area shows the wallpaper. For more information, refer to
Wallpaper on page 19.
Entering Data and Editing Fields
You can enter data and edit fields using the phone keypad.
Keypad on the phone provides different characters (or numbers) when using the 2aB, abc, Abc,
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ABC or 123 input mode. You can change the following input modes to enter data and edit fields
on your phone. When your phone keypad matches the input mode, you can press the keypad
repeatedly to view the character (or number) options and stop to select. When the character (or
number) you want to enter displays in the field, wait one second, and enter the next character
(or number).
The following table lists the input modes and character (or number) options for the keypad:
Abc
Input Mode
Keypad
2aB
abc
(initials in
ABC
123
capitals)
1
1
abc2äæåà
abc2äæåàá
ABC2ÄÆÅ
áâãç
âãç
ÀÁÂÃÇ
3defDEF
def3èéêëð
def3èéêëð
DEF3ÈÉÊËÐ
3
4ghiGHI
ghi4ìíîï
ghi4ìíîï
GHI4ÌÍÎÏ
4
5jklJKL
jkl5£
jkl5£
JKL5£
5
mno6öøòó
mno6öøòó
MNO6ÖØ
ôõñ
ôõñ
ÒÓÔÕÑ
7pqrsPQRS
pqrs7ßS
pqrs7ßS
PQRS7S
8tuvTUV
tuv8ùúûü
tuv8ùúûü
wxyz9ýÞ
wxyz9ýÞ
WXYZ9ÝÞ
9
0
space
space
space
0
*.,'?!\-()@/:
*.,'?!\-()@/:
*.,'?!\-()@/:
*.,'?!\-()@/:
_;+&%=<>
_;+&%=<>
_;+&%=<>
_;+&%=<>
£$¥¤[]{}~
£$¥¤[]{}~
£$¥¤[]{}~
£$¥¤[]{}~
^¡¿§#"|
^¡¿§#"|
^¡¿§#"|
^¡¿§#"|
#
#
#
#
2abcABC
6mnoMNO
9wxyzWXY
Z
TUV8ÙÚÛ
Ü
2
6
7
8
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To enter or edit data:
Do one of the following:
If you want to
Then you can
Press a keypad key one or more times (depending
what input mode you’re in) to enter the characters
that is displayed on the keypad key.
You can press the abc soft key one or more times
to switch among uppercase (ABC soft key),
numeric (123 soft key), alphanumeric (2aB soft
key), uppercase and lowercase (Abc soft key) and
Enter only digits (1),
lowercase (abc soft key) input modes.
uppercase (A) characters,
For example, if the input mode is ABC:
lowercase (a) characters, or
alphanumeric (2aB)
characters.
-
To enter “A”, press
once.
-
To enter “B”, press
twice quickly.
-
To enter “C”, press
three times quickly.
-
To enter “2ÄÆÅÀÁÂÃÇ”, press
more
than three times quickly.
Note: When you are in the uppercase (ABC soft
key), uppercase and lowercase (Abc soft key) or
lowercase (abc soft key) input mode,
is not
available.
Press the keypad key
or
, or press
.
For
-
Key:
If it is in the uppercase (ABC soft key),
uppercase and lowercase (Abc soft key) or
lowercase (abc soft key) input mode, it will
provide the space character.
-
If it is in the numeric (123 soft key) or
alphanumeric (2aB soft key) input mode, it
will only provide the digit 0.
Enter special characters.
For
For
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It only provides the pound character #.
key:
If it is in the uppercase (ABC soft key),
lowercase (abc soft key), uppercase and
lowercase (Abc soft key) or alphanumeric
(2aB soft key) input mode, it will provide the
following special characters:
*.,?!\-()@/:_;+&%=<>£ $¥¤[]{}~^¡¿§#"|.
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If you want to
Then you can
-
If it is in the numeric (123 soft key) input
mode, it will provide the following special
characters: .*:/@[].
Press
Delete text you entered.
or
to position the cursor to the
right of the text you want to delete, and then press
the Delete soft key to delete one character at a
time.
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Customizing Your Phone
You can customize your SIP-T46G IP phone by personally configuring certain settings, for
example, contrast, time & date and ring tones. You can add contacts to the phone’s local
directory manually or from call history. You can also personalize different ring tones for different
callers.
This chapter provides basic operating instructions for customizing your phone. Topics include:

General Settings

Audio Settings

Contact Management

Call History Management

System Customizations
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your system
administrator.
General Settings
Wallpaper
You can change the wallpaper that displays on your phone. By default, your screen displays gray
wallpaper that is named “Default.jpg”.
To change the wallpaper:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Display->Wallpaper.
2.
Press
3.
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired wallpaper image.
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Screen Saver
The screen saver will automatically start when the IP phone is idle for the preset waiting time.
The screen saver is used to blank the screen or fill it with moving images or patterns.
The screen saver will be stopped if a phone event occurs:

Press any key.
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Pick up the handset.
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Hang up the handset.
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There is an incoming call.
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A new prompt (e.g., missed call or forwarded call).
If your phone is idle again for a specified period of time, the screen saver will start again. The
time & date and certain feature status icons (e.g., missed call or DND) will also display on the
screen saver. For more information on the icons, refer to Icon Instructions on page 3.
You can configure the screen saver wait time. And the screen saver wait time can be configured
from the following options:
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Never: Screen saver is deactivated.
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15s, 30s, 60s, 120s, 300s, 600s or 1800s: The screen saver will automatically start each
time your phone is idle for a designated amount of time.
To configure the screen saver:
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2.
Press
or
Time(s) field.
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired wait time from the Wait
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Backlight
Backlight has three options:
Backlight Active Level: The intensity of the LCD screen when the phone is active. You can
change the intensity of the LCD screen. Digits (1-10) represent different intensities. 10 is the
highest intensity.
Backlight Inactive Level: The intensity of the LCD screen when the phone is inactive. You can
select a low intensity or turn off the backlight.
Backlight Time: The delay time to change the intensity of the LCD screen when the phone is
inactive. You can select a desired time to change the intensity or turn on the backlight
permanently.

Always On: Backlight is on permanently.

15s, 30s, 60s, 120s, 300s, 600s or 1800s: Backlight is changed when the phone is inactive
after the designated time (in seconds).
If you connect an EXP40 to the IP phone, the screen's intensity of both the phone and EXP40 will
change synchronously.
To configure the backlight:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Display->Backlight.
2.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired value from the Backlight
Active Level field.
3.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired value from the Backlight
Inactive Level field.
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4.
Press
or
Time field.
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired time from the Backlight
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Contrast
You can only configure the contrast of the expansion module EXP40 connected to the SIP-T46G
IP phone to a comfortable level on the phone. Ensure that the expansion module has been
connected to the phone before configuration. The intensity of contrast ranges from 1 to 10 and
the highest intensity is 10.
To configure the contrast:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Display->Contrast Setting.
If EXP40 is not connected to the phone, the Contrast Setting screen displays "No EXP".
2.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to increase or decrease the intensity of contrast.
The default contrast level is “6”.
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Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Language
The default language of the phone user interface is English. You can change the language for
the phone user interface.
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To change the language:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Language.
2.
Press
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
or
to select the desired language.
Text displayed on the phone user interface will change to the selected language.
Time & Date
The time and date are displayed on the LCD screen when the phone is idle. You can configure
time and date format to display the time and date in different type.
To configure the time and date format:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Time & Date->Time & Date Format.
2.
Press
or
Format field.
3.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired time format (12 Hour or 24
Hour) from the Time Format field.
4.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired date format from the Date
There are 7 available date f ormats. For example, for the date format “WWW DD MMM”, “WWW”
represents the abbreviation of the weekday, “DD” represents the two-digit day, and “MMM”
represents the first three letters of the month.
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The date formats available:
Date Format
Example (2016-09-02)
WWW MMM DD
Fri Sep 02
DD-MMM-YY
02-Sep-16
YYYY-MM-DD
2016-09-02
DD/MM/YYYY
02/09/2016
MM/DD/YY
09/02/16
DD MMM YYYY
02 Sep 2016
WWW DD MMM
Fri 02 Sep
Audio Settings
Volume
You can press the Volume key to adjust the ringer volume when the phone is idle or ringing.
You can also press the Volume key to adjust the receiver volume of currently engaged audio
devices (handset, speakerphone or headset) when the phone is in use.
To adjust the ringer volume:
When the phone is idle:
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When the phone is ringing:
1.
Press
to adjust the ringer volume.
You can also press
to adjust the ringer volume when selecting a ring tone. For more
information, refer to Ring Tones on page 25.
Note
If ringer volume is adjusted to minimum, the icon
will appear on the LCD screen.
To adjust the volume when the phone is during a call:
1.
Press
to adjust the volume of currently engaged audio device (handset,
speakerphone or headset).
Ring Tones
Ring tones are used to indicate incoming calls. You can select different ring tones to distinguish
different accounts registered on your phone, or to distinguish your phone from your neighbor’s.
To select a ring tone for the phone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Sound->Ring Tones->Common.
2.
Press
or
to select the desired ring tone.
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3.
(Optional.) Press
to adjust the ringer volume.
4.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
To select a ring tone for the account:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Sound->Ring Tones.
2.
Press
or
to select the desired account and then press the Enter soft key.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired ring tone.
If Common is selected, this account will use the ring tone selected for the phone.
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(Optional.) Press
to adjust the ringer volume.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
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Key Tone
If you enable key tone, the phone will produce a sound when you press the keypad.
To configure key tone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Sound->Key Tone.
2.
Press
or
Tone field.
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
, or the Switch soft key to select Enabled or Disabled from the Key
Contact Management
Local Directory
The built-in phone directory can store the names and phone numbers of your contacts. You can
store up to 1000 contacts and 48 groups in your phone's local directory. You can add new
groups and contacts, edit, delete or search for a contact, or simply dial a contact number from
the local directory.
Adding Groups
To add a group to the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
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2.
Press the AddGroup soft key.
3.
Enter the desired group name in the Name field.
4.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired group ring tone from the
Ring field.
If Auto is selected, this group will use the ring tone according to the priority: Contact ring
tone (refer to Adding Contacts) >Account ring tone (refer to Ring Tones) >Phone ring tone
(refer to Ring Tones). If a specific ring tone is selected, this group will use the ring tone
according to the priority: Contact ring tone (refer to Adding Contacts) >Group ring tone.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
You can also edit or delete any newly added contact groups.
Editing Groups
To edit a group in the local directory:
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Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
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Select the desired contact group.
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3.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Detail from the prompt list.
4.
Press
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
or
to highlight the group information and then edit.
Deleting Groups
To delete a group from the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
2.
Select the desired contact group.
3.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Delete from the prompt list.
The LCD screen prompts the following warning:
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Press the OK soft key to confirm the deletion or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
You can also delete all groups by pressing the Option soft key, and then select Delete All.
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Adding Contacts
You can add contacts to the local directory in one of the following ways:
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Manually

From call history
Adding Contacts Manually
To add a contact to the local directory manually:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
2.
Select the desired contact group and then press the Enter soft key.
If the contact you want to add doesn’t belong to any group, select All Contacts and then
press the Enter soft key.
3.
Press the Add soft key.
4.
Enter the name and the office, mobile or other numbers in the corresponding fields.
5.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired account from the Account
field.
If Auto is selected, the phone will use the default account when placing calls to the contact
from the local directory.
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Press
field.
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired ring tone from the Ring
If Auto is selected, this contact will use the ring tone according to the priority: Group ring
tone (refer to Adding Groups) >Account ring tone (refer to Ring Tones) >Phone ring tone
(refer to Ring Tones).
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7.
Press
or
8.
Press
or
9.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired group from the Group field.
to select Photo field and then press the Enter soft key.
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired photo from the Photo field.
10. Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Note
If the contact already exists in the directory, the LCD screen will prompt “Contact name existed!”.
Adding Contacts from Call History
To add a contact to the local directory from call history:
1.
Press the History soft key.
2.
Press
3.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Add to Contacts from the prompt list.
4.
Press the OK soft key. And then enter the contact name.
5.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
or
to highlight the desired entry.
The entry is successfully saved to the local directory.
Editing Contacts
To edit a contact in the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
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Select the desired contact group and then press the Enter soft key.
If the contact is not in any group, select All Contacts and then press the Enter soft key
3.
Press
or
4.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Detail from the prompt list.
5.
Press
6.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
or
to highlight the desired contact.
to highlight the contact information and then edit.
Deleting Contacts
To delete a contact from the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
2.
Select the desired contact group and then press the Enter soft key.
If the contact is not in any group, select All Contacts and then press the Enter soft key
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Press
or
to highlight the desired contact.
4.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Delete from the prompt list.
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The LCD screen prompts the following warning:
5.
Press the OK soft key to confirm the deletion or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
You can also delete all contacts by pressing the Option soft key, and then select Delete All.
Placing Calls to Contacts
To place a call to a contact from the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
2.
Select the desired contact group and then press the Enter soft key.
If the contact is not in any group, select All Contacts and then press the Enter soft key.
3.
Press
4.
Do one of the following:
-
or
to highlight the desired contact.
If only one number for the contact is stored in the local directory, press the Send soft
key to dial out the number.
-
If multiple numbers f or the contact are stored in the local directory, press the Send soft
key to display a list of numbers.
Press
or
to highlight the desired number.
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Searching for Contacts
To search for a contact in the local directory:
1.
Press Menu->Contacts->Local Contacts.
2.
Press the Search soft key.
3.
Enter a few continuous characters of the contact name or continuous numbers of the
contact number (office, mobile or other number) using the keypad.
The contacts whose name or phone number matches the characters entered will appear on
the LCD screen. You can dial from the result list.
Network Directory
You can access the network directory by pressing the Contacts soft key. The contacts included
in the directory are determined by your system administrator. You can dial or search for a
contact in the network directory. The network directory allows you to search for a contact and
dial the stored numbers in the following directories: Group Directory, Enterprise Directory,
G-Common Directory, E-Common Directory, Personal Directory.
Network Directory is available only for inOne SME office Customers. This directory can be edited
in Customer Center www.swisscom.com/login under “My phone numbers”
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Call History Management
The SIP-T46G IP phone maintains call history lists of Missed Calls, Placed Calls, Received Calls
and Forwarded Calls. Each call history list supports up to 100 entries. You can view call history,
place a call, add a contact or delete an entry from the call history list.
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Viewing History Records
To view call history:
1.
Press the History soft key.
The LCD screen displays all call records.
2.
Press
or
to switch among All, Missed, Placed, Received and Forwarded.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired entry.
4.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Detail from the prompt list.
The detailed information of the entry appears on the LCD screen.
Placing a Call from History Records
To place a call from the call history list:
1.
Press the History soft key.
2.
Press
or
to switch among All, Missed, Placed, Received and Forwarded.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired entry.
4.
Press the Send soft key.
Adding a Contact to the Local Directory
To add a contact to the local directory from the call history list:
1.
Press the History soft key.
2.
Press
or
to switch among All, Missed, Placed, Received and Forwarded.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired entry.
4.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Add to Contacts from the prompt list.
5.
Enter the desired values in the corresponding fields.
6.
Press the Save soft key.
For more information on local directory, refer to Local Directory on page 27.
Deleting History Records
To delete an entry from the call history list:
1.
Press the History soft key.
2.
Press
or
to switch among All, Missed, Placed, Received and Forwarded.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired entry.
4.
Press the Delete soft key.
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To delete all entries from the call history list:
1.
Press the History soft key.
2.
Press
3.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Delete All from the prompt list.
4.
Press the OK soft key.
or
to switch among All, Missed, Placed, Received and Forwarded.
The LCD screen prompts “Delete all the call records?”.
5.
Press the OK soft key to confirm the deletion or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
System Customizations
Headset Mode
To activate the headset mode:
1.
Press
on the phone.
The HEADSET key LED illuminates solid green when the headset mode is activated. Press
the line key or the Answer soft key to answer an incoming call. The call will be connected to
your headset automatically.
Enter the desired number and then press the Send soft key, the phone will then place a call
using the headset automatically. For more information on using the headset to place a call,
refer to Placing Calls on page 49.
To deactivate the headset mode:
1.
Press
again on the phone.
The HEADSET key LED goes out when the headset mode is deactivated.
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Bluetooth Headset
The SIP-T46G IP phone supports Bluetooth. Bluetooth enables low-bandwidth wireless
connections within a range of 10 meters (32 feet). The best perf ormance is in the 1 to 2 meter (3
to 6 feet) range.
You can activate/deactivate the Bluetooth mode on the phone, and then pair and connect the
Bluetooth headset with your phone. You can pair up to 30 Bluetooth headsets with your phone.
However, only one headset can be connected at a time. You can also disconnect and delete your
Bluetooth headset from the phone.
Note
Ensure that the Bluetooth USB dongle is properly connected to the USB port at the back of the IP
phone. For more information, refer to Phone Installation on page 10.
Activating the Bluetooth Mode
When you insert Bluetooth USB dongle BT40 into the USB port at the back of the IP phone, the
LCD screen prompts “A dapter has been added, scanning the Bluetooth devices right now?”. You
can press the OK soft key to enter the Bluetooth screen. You can activate Bluetooth mode and
then scan Bluetooth devices.
To activate the Bluetooth mode:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth.
2.
Press
3.
or
, or the Switch soft key to select On from the Bluetooth field.
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Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
The LCD screen displays the Bluetooth icon
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Pairing and Connecting the Bluetooth Headset
Bef ore you pair a Bluetooth headset, check the indicator on the Bluetooth headset to make sure
that the Bluetooth headset is discoverable. For more information, refer to the documentation
from the Bluetooth headset manufacturer.
To pair and connect your Bluetooth headset to your IP phone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth.
2.
Press the Scan soft key to search the Bluetooth devices.
The LCD screen prompts the following message:
The phone proceeds to scan the local Bluetooth devices. When the phone completes
scanning, it will display the available Bluetooth devices on the LCD screen.
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4.
Enter the desired PIN in the Password field.
The default PIN is “0000”.
5.
Press the OK soft key.
The Bluetooth headset is then automatically connected to your IP phone.
The Bluetooth icon
appears on the LCD screen.
With the Bluetooth headset paired and connected, you can use the Bluetooth headset to place
and answer calls. For more information, refer to the documentation from the Bluetooth headset
manufacturer.
Viewing the Bluetooth Headset Information
To view the Bluetooth headset information:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth->Paired Bluetooth Device.
The LCD screen displays a list of paired and connecte d Bluetooth headsets.
2.
Select the desired Bluetooth headset.
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Press the Option soft key, and then select Detail from the prompt list to view the Bluetooth
headset information:
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Device Name: the name of the Bluetooth headset.

MAC: the MAC address of the Bluetooth headset.
Editing Device Information
To edit device information:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth->Edit My Device Information.
The LCD screen displays the device name and MAC address. The MAC address cannot be
edited.
2.
Enter the desired name in the Device Name field.
The default device name is “Yealink T46G”.
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
The preconfigured Bluetooth device name will display in scanning list of other device.
Disconnecting the Bluetooth Headset
You can disconnect the Bluetooth headset from your phone. After you disconnect the Bluetooth
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can easily connect it to your IP phone again.
To disconnect your Bluetooth headset from your phone:
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Select the connected Bluetooth headset.
3.
Press the Disconnect soft key.
The Bluetooth headset is disconnected. To connect it to your IP phone again, press the
Connect soft key.
Deleting the Paired Bluetooth Headset
You can delete your Bluetooth headset from your phone. When you delete the Bluetooth
headset, it disappears from the Paired Bluetooth Device list. To connect it to your IP phone
again, you need to scan and connect it again.
To delete your Bluetooth headset from your phone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth->Paired Bluetooth Device.
2.
Select the Bluetooth headset you want to delete.
3.
Press the Option soft key, and then select Delete from the prompt list.
The LCD screen prompts the following warning “Delete selected item?”.
4.
Note
Press the OK soft key to confirm the deletion or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
You can also delete all headsets by pressing the Option soft key and then select Delete All. For
more information, refer to the above steps.
If you cannot connect a Bluetooth headset to the phone successfully, we recommend that you
delete the Bluetooth headset from the Paired Bluetooth Device list (if it exists) before pairing it.
Deactivating the Bluetooth Mode
To deactivate the Bluetooth mode:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Bluetooth.
2.
Press
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
or
, or the Switch soft key to select Off from the Bluetooth field.
The Bluetooth icon
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The Bluetooth headset won’t be connected anymore, but it will still be paired. When you
activate the Bluetooth mode again, the paired Bluetooth headset will appear in the Paired
Bluetooth Devices list.
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DSS Keys
There are two types of DSS keys: Line Keys and Ext Keys. Details will be introduced in the
following. The SIP-T46G IP phone supports 27 line keys.
Line Keys
You can assign predefined functionalities to line keys. You can also define a label for a line key
feature which will appear on the LCD screen. Line keys allow you to quickly access features such
as recall and voice mail. The default key type of line key 1-16 is Line. The default key type of line
key 17-27 is N/A, which indicates that this line key provides no functionality until configuration.
To assign functionality to a line key:
Note
1.
Press Menu->Features->Programmable buttons.
2.
Select the desired line key, and then press the Enter soft key.
3.
Select the desired key type from the Type field.
4.
(Optional.) Select the desired key event type from the Key Type field.
5.
(Optional.) Select the desired line from the Account ID field.
6.
(Optional.) Enter the string that will appear on the LCD screen in the Label field.
7.
(Optional.) Enter the corresponding value in the Value field.
8.
(Optional.) Enter the corresponding value in the Extension field.
9.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
When the phone is idle, you can also long press the line key to configure it directly on the phone.
You can assign functionalities to 27 line keys. These 27 line keys are indicated on three pages.
When you assign functionality to line keys located in line key 1-10, the labels of line keys are
indicated on the first page. The following figure shows an example:
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When you assign functionality to line key located in line key 11-27, the label of the line key
10-18 are indicated on the second page, and the labels of the line key 19-27 are indicated on
the third page. The line key in the right bottom is used to switch pages. The following figure
shows an example:
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The following table lists the page icons:
Icons
2
1
Description
Indicates the current page of line keys.
3
Indicates the non-current page of line keys.
Line key features are explained in the following subchapters in detail:
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Line

Speed Dial

Voice Mail
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Prefix

Local Group
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Conference
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Forward

Transfer

Hold

DND

Group Listening

Phone Lock

Directory

Network Group
For the features not listed above, refer to Basic Call Features on page 49. For more information,
contact your system administrator.
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Line
You can use this key feature to accept incoming calls, place active calls on hold or resume a
held call. It performs in the same way as a hard line key.
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Dependencies: Type (Line)
Account ID (the account this feature will be applied to)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (Default/Lock)
Usage: When the phone receives an incoming call, the Line key LED flashes green:
1.
Press the Line key to accept the incoming call.
2.
Press the Line key to place a new call and the active call is placed on hold.
3.
Press the Line key again to resume the held call.
If you select Lock from the Value field, the line keys located in the same position of the other
page will be automatically assigned Line feature with Lock filled in the Value field. This feature
is only applicable to line key 1-9. Then you can use this key on every page. If you select Default
from the Value field, you can only use this key on the current page.
Speed Dial
You can use this key feature to speed up dialing the numbers frequently used or hard to
remember.
Dependencies: Type (Speed Dial)
Account ID (the account this feature will be applied to)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the number you want to dial out)
Usage: Press the Speed Dial key to dial out the number specified in the Value field, using the
account selected from the Account ID field.
Voice Mail
You can use this key feature to quickly connect voice mail. For more information, contact your
system administrator.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Voice Mail)
Account ID (the account this feature will be applied to)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the voice mail access code)
Usage: Press the DSS key to dial out the voice mail access code. Then follow the voice prompt
to listen to the voice mails.
Prefix
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Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Prefix)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the prefix number)
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Usage: Press the Prefix key when the phone is idle, the phone will then enter the dialing screen
and display the prefix number that you specified in the Value field. You can enter the remaining
digits and then dial out.
Local Group
You can use this key feature to quickly access a contact group in the local directory. For more
information, refer to Local Directory on page 27.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Local Group)
Local Group (the contact group name you want to access)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage: Press the Local Group key to access the contact group specified in the Local Group
field.
Conference
You can use this key feature to set up a conference call. For more information, refer to Network
Conference on page 61.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Conference)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the number you want to add to the conference)
Usage: Press the Conference key during an active call to set up a conference with the number
specified in the Value field.
Note
If the Value field is left blank, the Conference key performs the same as the Conference soft key
during a call.
Forward
You can use this key feature to forward an incoming call to someone else. For more information,
refer to Call Forward on page 57.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (FWD)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the number you want to forward to)
Usage:
Press the Forward key to forward an incoming call to the number specified in the Value field.
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receiving an incoming call.
Transfer
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differently depending on the transfer mode assigned to the DSS key.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Transfer)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Value (the number you want to transfer to)
Usage:
Press the Transfer key to dial out the number specified in the Value field, and then perform the
attended or semi-attended transfer.
Note
If the Value field is left blank, the Transfer key performs the same as the TRANSFER key or the
Transfer soft key during a call. For more information, refer to Call Transfer on page 61.
Hold
You can use this key feature to place an active call on hold or retrieve a held call.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Hold)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage:
1.
Press the Hold key during an active call to place the call on hold.
2.
Press the Hold key again to retrieve the held call.
DND
You can use this key feature to enable or disable DND. You can also use this key feature to access
the custom DND screen. For more information, refer to Do Not Disturb (DND) on page 55.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (DND)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage:
Press the DND key to access the custom DND screen. You can enable or disable DND for one or
all accounts.
Note
When DND is activated, the DND key LED will illuminate solid green, and the incoming calls will be
rejected automatically.
Group Listening
You can use this key feature to activate the Speakerphone and Handset/Headset mode at the
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at one end. You are able to speak and listen through the handset/headset, while the others
nearby can only listen through the speaker.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Group Listening)
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Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage:
1.
During a call, press the Group Listening key to activate the group listening mode.
You can then speak and listen through the handset/headset, while other people at your
side can only listen through the speaker at the same time.
2.
Press the Group Listening key again to deactivate the group listening mode.
Phone Lock
You can use this key feature to immediately lock your phone.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Phone Lock)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage: When the phone lock feature is enabled, press the DSS key to immediately lock your
phone.
Note
For more information on how to enable the phone lock feature, contact your system administrator.
Directory
You can use this key feature to easily access frequently used lists.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Directory)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage: Press the Directory key to immediately access to frequently used lists.
Network Group
You can use this key feature to quickly access a contact group in the network directory. For
more information, refer to Network Directory on page 34.
Dependencies: Type (Key Event)
Key Type (Network Group)
Network Group (the contact group name you want to access)
Label (key label displayed on the LCD screen)
Usage: Press the Network Group key to access the contact group specified in the Network
Group field.
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Basic Call Features
The SIP-T46G IP phone is designed to be easily used like a regular phone on a public switched
telephone network (PSTN). You can place calls, answer calls, transfer a call to someone else, or
conduct a conference call.
This chapter provides basic operating instructions for the SIP-T46G IP phone. Topics include:
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Placing Calls
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Answering Calls
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Ending Calls
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Redialing Numbers
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ReCall
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Call Mute
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Call Hold/Resume
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Do Not Disturb (DND)
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Call Forward
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Call Transfer
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Network Conference
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your system
administrator.
Placing Calls
You can place a call in one of three ways using your SIP-T46G IP phone:

Using the handset
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Using the speakerphone

Using the headset
You can also dial the number first, and then choose the way you want to speak to the other
party.
You can also search and dial a contact from call history or local directory. For more information,
refer to Contact Management on page 27 and Call History Management on page 34.
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During a call, you can alternate between Speakerphone, Headset, and Handset modes by
pressing the Speakerphone key, the HEADSET key, or by picking up the handset.
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The call duration of the active call and far-site’s information (name or phone number) are visible
on the LCD screen. In the figure below, the call to “Tom” (the phone number: 1040) has lasted 19
seconds.
To place a call using the handset:
1.
Pick up the handset.
2.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
3.
Press
,
, or the Send soft key.
The # key is configured as a send key by default. You can also set the * key as the send key, or
set neither. For more information, contact your system administrator.
You can also dial using the SIP URI or IP address. To obtain the IP address of a phone, press the OK
key when the phone is idle. The maximum length of SIP URI or IP address length is 32 characters.
For example, SIP URI: 3606@sip.com, IP: 192.168.1.15.
Note
Your phone may not support direct IP dialing. Contact your system administrator for more
information.
To place a call using the hands-free speakerphone mode:
Do one of the following:
-
With the handset on-hook, press
or the line key to obtain a dial tone.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
Press
-
,
or the Send soft key.
With the handset on-hook, enter the desired number using the keypad.
Press
,
,
or the Send soft key.
To place a call using the headset:
Do one of the following:
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Press the line key to obtain a dial tone.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
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With the optional headset connected, press
to activate the headset mode.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
Press
,
, or the Send soft key.
The SIP-T46G IP phone can handle multiple calls at a time. However, only one active call (the call
that has audio associated with it) can be in progress at any time, other calls are placed on hold.
The SIP-T46G IP phone can handle a maximum of 50 calls at one time.
To place multiple calls:
You can have more than one call on your SIP-T46G IP phone. To place a new call during an
active call, do one of the following:
-
Press the line key. The active call is placed on hold.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
Press
-
,
Press
, or the Send soft key.
or the Hold soft key to place the original call on hold.
Press the NewCall soft key.
Enter the desired number using the keypad.
Press
,
, or the Send soft key.
You can press
or
retrieve the desired call.
to switch between calls, and then press the Resume soft key to
If multiple accounts are registered on the phone, you can first press the desired line key on the idle
screen or press the Line soft key on the dialing screen, and then you can use the selected account
to place a call.
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Answering Calls
When you are not in another call, you can answer a call in one of three ways:
Note
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Using the handset
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Using the speakerphone
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Using the headset
You can reject incoming calls by pressing the X key or the Reject soft key. You can also activate Do Not
Disturb mode to ignore the incoming calls without ringing on your phone. For more information, refer to
Do Not Disturb (DND) on page 55.
You can forward incoming calls to someone else by pressing the FWD soft key. For more information,
refer to Call Forward on page 57.
Answering When Not in Another Call
Call duration and destination will always appear on the LCD screen for the active call.
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To answer a call using the handset:
1.
Pick up the handset.
To answer a call using the hands-free speakerphone mode:
Do one of the following:
-
Press
.
-
With the handset on-hook and the headset mode deactivated, press the Answer soft key.
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With the handset on-hook and the headset mode deactivated, press the line key with the
fast flashing green LED indicator.
To answer a call using the headset:
Do one of the following:
-
Press
.
-
With the headset mode activated, press the Answer soft key.
-
With the headset mode activated, press the line key with the fast flashing green LED
indicator.
Answering When in Another Call
If you have an active call, and an incoming call arrives on the phone, do one of the following:
-
Press the Answer soft key.
The incoming call is answered and the original call is placed on hold.
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Press
to access the new call.
Press
or the Answer soft key.
The incoming call is answered and the original call is placed on hold.
Ending Calls
To end a call:
Do one of the following:
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If you are using the handset, press
, the EndCall soft key or hang up the handset.
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If you are using the headset, press
, or the EndCall soft key.
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If you are using the speakerphone, press
When a call is placed on hold, you cannot press
resume the call, and then press
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to end it.
,
or the EndCall soft key.
to end it. You should press the Resume soft key to
Basic Call Features
Redialing Numbers
To redial the last dialed number from your phone:
1.
Press
twice.
A call to your last dialed number is attempted.
To redial a previously dialed number from your phone:
1.
Press
2.
Press
when the phone is idle.
or
to select the desired entry from the placed calls list, and then press
or the Send soft key.
ReCall
You can press a recall key to place a call back to the last incoming call.
To configure a recall key:
1.
Press Menu->Features->Programmable buttons.
2.
Select the desired DSS key.
3.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select Key Event from the Type field.
4.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select ReCall from the Key Type field.
5.
(Optional.) Enter the string that will appear on the LCD screen in the Label field.
6.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
Call Mute
You can mute the microphone of the active audio device during an active call so that the other
party cannot hear you. Call mute applies to all modes (Handset, Headset and Speakerphone).
To mute a call:
1.
Press
during an active call.
The LCD screen indicates that the call is now muted. The mute key LED illuminates solid red
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when the call is muted.
To un-mute a call:
1.
Press
again to un-mute the call.
Call Hold/Resume
You can place an active call on hold. Only one active call can be in progress at any time. Other
calls can be made and received while placing the original call on hold. When you place a call on
hold, your IP PBX may play music to the other party while waiting.
To place a call on hold:
1.
Press
or the Hold soft key during a call.
The line key LED flashes green. The LCD screen indicates that the call is on hold.
Note
The phone will beep softly every 30 seconds to remind you that you still have a call on hold. The
phone ignores engaged audio device (handset or headset) and switches to Speakerphone to play
the hold tone by default. The Speakerphone key will light up for 1 second.
To resume a held call:
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Multiple Calls on Hold:
If multiple calls are placed on hold, do one of the following:
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Press
or
to switch between the calls, and then press the Resume soft key
to retrieve the desired call.
-
Press the corresponding line key to retrieve the call.
If more than two calls are on hold, a numbered prompt appears on the LCD screen, for example
“2/4”, indicating that this is the second call out of four calls.
Do Not Disturb (DND)
You can use DND to reject incoming calls automatically on the phone. The prompt message “n
New Missed Call(s)” (“n” indicates the number of missed calls) will appear on the LCD screen,
and callers will receive a busy message. All calls you receive while DND is enabled are logged to
your missed calls list. You can customize DND for each or all accounts
To enable DND:
1.
Press the DND soft key when the phone is idle.
The LCD screen displays a list of accounts on the phone.
2.
Press
or
to select the desired account.
3.
Press
or
soft key to select On to activate DND.
4.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
If you enable DND for the default account, the associated line icon will change to
the
, and
icon will appear on the status bar.
If you enable DND for the non-default account, only the associated line icon will change to
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Incoming calls on the specific line will be rejected automatically, and the LCD screen will
prompt “n New Missed Call(s)” (“n” indicates the number of missed calls. e.g., 1 New
Missed Call(s)).
Note
When DND and busy forward are both enabled for a specific account, calls to the specific
account will be sent to the configured destination number. For more information on call
forward, refer to Call Forward on page 57.
To enable DND for all accounts:
1.
Press the DND soft key when the phone is idle.
The LCD screen displays a list of accounts registered on the phone.
2.
Press the All On soft key to activate DND for all accounts.
3.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change.
The
icon appears on the status bar, and all line icons change to
.
Incoming calls will be rejected automatically, and the LCD screen will prompt “n New
Missed Call(s)” (“n” indicates the number of missed calls. e.g., 1 New Missed Call(s)).
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Call Forward
You can configure your phone to forward incoming calls to another party (static forwarding).
You can also forward calls while your phone is ringing (dynamic forwarding).
When t he phone forwards a call, a prompt window will pop up by default. If you wa nt to disable the
feature, contact your system administrator for more information.
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Static Forwarding
Three types of static forwarding:
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Always Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded.
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Busy Forward: Incoming calls are immediately forwarded if the phone is busy.
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No Answer Forward: Incoming calls are forwarded if not answered after a period of time.
You can customize call forward for each or all accounts.
To enable call forward:
1.
Press Menu->Features->Remain contactable->Call Forward.
2.
Press
or
to select the desired account, and then press the Enter soft key.
3.
Press
or
to select the desired forwarding type, and then press the Enter soft key.
4.
Depending on your selection:
a)
If you select Always Forward, you can enable it for a specific account.
1)
Press
or
Forward field.
, or the Switch soft key to select Enabled from the Always
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Enter the destination number you want to forward all incoming calls to in the
Forward to field.
You can also enable always forward for all accounts. After always forward was enabled
for a specific account, do the following:
1)
Press
or
to highlight the Always Forward field.
2)
Press the All Lines soft key.
The LCD screen prompts “Copy to all lines?”.
3)
b)
Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
If you select Busy Forward, you can enable it for a specific account.
1)
Press
or
Forward field.
, or the Switch soft key to select Enabled from the Busy
2)
Enter the destination number you want to forward incoming calls to when the
phone is busy in the Forward to field.
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You can also enable busy forward for all accounts. After busy forward was enabled for
a specific account, do the following:
1)
Press
or
to highlight the Busy Forward field.
2)
Press the All Lines soft key.
The LCD screen prompts “Copy to all lines?”.
3)
c)
Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
If you select No Answer Forward, you can enable it for a specific account.
1)
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select Enabled from the No Answe r
Forward field.
2)
Enter the destination number you want to forward unanswered incoming calls to
in the Forward to field.
3)
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the ring time to wait before
forwarding from the After Ring Time field.
The default ring time is 8 seconds.
You can also enable no answer forward for all accounts. After no answer forward was
enabled for a specific account, do the following:
1)
Press
or
to highlight the No Answer Forward field.
2)
Press the All Lines soft key.
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The LCD screen prompts “Copy to all lines?”.
3)
5.
Press the OK soft key to accept the change or the Cancel soft key to cancel.
Press the Save soft key to accept the change or the Back soft key to cancel.
If you activate call forward for the default account, the associated line icon will change to
and the
,
icon will appear on the status bar.
If you activate call forward for the non-default account, only the associated line icon will change
to
Note
.
You can also enter the SIP URI or IP a ddress in the Fo rward to fiel d. For more infor mation on using
the SIP URI or IP address, refer to Placing Calls on page 49.
Dynamic Forwarding
You can manually forward a call to another number while your phone rings.
To forward an incoming call to another party:
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When the phone is ringing, press the FWD soft key.
2.
Enter the number you want to forward the incoming call to.
3.
Press
,
, or the Send soft key.
The LCD screen prompts a call forward message.
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Call Transfer
You can transfer a call to another party during a call in one of two ways:
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Semi-Attended Transfer: Transfer a call when the target phone is ringing.

Attended Transfer (Consultative Transfer): Transfer a call with prior consulting.
Semi-attended Transfer
To perform a semi-attended transfer:
1.
Press
or the Transfer soft key during a call.
2.
Do one of the following:
Enter the number you want to transfer the call to.
-
Press
-
or
to dial out.
Press the Contacts soft key, and then select the desired group and search for the
contact.
Press
3.
Press
,
or the Send soft key to dial out.
or the Transfer soft key to complete the transfer when receiving ringback.
If you are using a handset, the transfer can be completed by hanging up the handset.
Attended Transfer
To perform an attended transfer:
1.
Press
2.
Do one of the following:
-
or the Transfer soft key during a call.
Enter the number you want to transfer the call to.
Press
-
or
to dial out.
Press the Contacts soft key, and then select the desired group and search for the
contact.
Press
3.
,
or the Send soft key to dial out.
After the party answers the call, press
or the Transfer soft key to complete the
transfer.
If you are using a handset, the transfer can be completed by hanging up the handset.
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multiple participants.
To set up a network conference call:
1.
Place a call to the first party.
2.
Press the Conference soft key to place a new call.
The active call is placed on hold.
3.
Enter the number of the second party and then press
,
, or the Send soft key.
4.
When the second party answers the call, press the Conference soft key to add the second
party to the conference.
5.
Press the Conference soft key to place a new call.
The conference is placed on hold.
6.
Enter the number of the new party and then press
,
, or the Send soft key.
7.
When the new party answers the call, press the Conference soft key to add the new party
to the conference.
8.
Repeat steps 5 to 7 until you have added all intended parties.
The procedures to set up a network conference call on specific servers may be different from
introduced above. Contact your system administrator for more information.
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Troubleshooting
This chapter provides general troubleshooting information to help you solve the problems you
might encounter when using your SIP-T46G IP phone.
If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone, contact your system
administrator.
General Issues
How can I find the basic information of the IP phone?
Press the OK key when the IP phone is idle to check the basic information of the IP phone, such as IP
address and firmware version. For more basic information, refer to Phone Status on page 13.
How to obtain the MAC address of a phone when the phone is not powered on?
Three ways to obtain the MAC address of a phone:

You can ask your supplier for the shipping information sheet which includes MAC
addresses according to the corresponding PO (Purchase Order).

You can find the MAC address on the label of carton box.

You can also find the MAC address from the phone’s bar code on the back of the phone.
What is the difference between user name, register name and display name?
Both user name and register name are defined by the server. A user name is used to identify the
account while a register name matched with a password is used for authentication if required by
the server. Display name is the caller ID that will be displayed on the called party’s LCD screen.
Server configuration may override the local configuration.
Display Issues
Why is the LCD screen blank?

Ensure that the phone is properly plugged into a functional AC outlet.

Ensure that the phone is plugged into a socket controlled by a switch that is on.

If the phone is plugged into a power strip, try to plug it directly into a wall outlet instead.

If the phone is powered from PoE, ensure that you use a PoE-compliant switch or hub.
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Why does the phone display "Network unavailable"?

Ensure that the Ethernet cable is plugged into the Internet port on the phone and the
Ethernet cable is not loose.

Ensure that the switch or hub in your network is operational.
Call Issues
Why can’t I receive calls?

Check the SIP registration with your system administrator.

Check that the DND (Do Not Disturb) mode is disabled on your phone. Refer to Do Not
Disturb (DND) on page 55.

Check that call forward is disabled on the phone. Refer to Call Forward on page 57.
Headset & Handset Issues
Why does my handset not work?
Check that the handset cord is fully connected to both the handset jack on the phone and
handset. Refer to Phone Installation on page 10.
Why does my headset not work?

Check that the headset cord is properly connected to the headset jack on the phone. Refer
to Phone Installation on page 10.

Check that the headset mode is activated.

Check that the headset volume is adjusted to an appropriate level. Refer to Volume on
page 24.
Audio Issues
Why can’t I get a dial tone?

Check for any loose connections and that the phone has been installed properly. For the
installation instructions, refer to Phone Installation on page 10.
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Switch between the Handset, Headset (if present) or Hands-Free Speakerphone to check
whether the dial tone is present for one of the audio modes.
If the dial tone exists on another audio mode, connect a different handset or headset to
isolate the problem.
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Why doesn’t the phone ring?
Check the ringer volume on the phone. To adjust the ringer volume setting, press the Volume
key when the phone is on-hook and idle. For more information, refer to Volume on page 24.
Why does the phone play a tone when there is a call on hold?
When there is a call on hold, the phone will play a hold tone every 30 seconds. Call hold tone is
enabled by default. You can disable the call hold tone. For more information, refer to your
system administrator.
Reboot & Upgrade & Reset Issues
How to reset the phone?
To reboot the phone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Reset&Reboot->Reboot.
2.
Press the Enter soft key.
The LCD screen prompts the following warning:
3.
Press the OK soft key.
How to reset the phone?
Reset the phone to factory configurations after you have tried all troubleshooting suggestions
but do not solve the problem.
Three ways to reset the phone:

Full Reset: All configurations and userdata on the phone will be reset.

Config Reset: All configurations (e.g., account, call history) set on the phone will be reset.
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Userdata Reset: All custom data (e.g., ring tone) set on the phone will be reset.
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To reset the phone:
1.
Press Menu->Settings->Reset&Reboot->Reset to Factory.
2.
Press
or
, or the Switch soft key to select the desired type from Reset Option field.
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3.
Press the Save soft key.
The LCD screen prompts the following warning:
4.
Press the OK soft key.
The phone will be reset to factory settings sucessfully after startup.
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Reset of your phone may take a few minutes. Do not power off until the phone has started up
successfully.
Regulatory Notices
Regulatory Notices
Service Agreements
Contact your Yealink Authorized Reseller for information about service agreements applicable
to your product.
Limitations of Liability
TO THE FULL EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, YEALINK EXCLUDES FOR ITSELF AND ITS SUPPLIERS
ANY LIABILITY, WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), FOR
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, OR
FOR LOSS OF REVENUE OR PROFITS, LOSS OF BUSINESS, LOSS OF INFORMATION OR DATA, OR
OTHER FINANCIAL LOSS ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE, INSTALLATION,
MAINTENANCE, USE, PERFORMANCE, FAILURE, OR INTERRUPTION OF ITS PRODUCTS, EVEN IF
YEALINK OR ITS AUTHORIZED RESELLER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGES, AND LIMITS ITS LIABILITY TO REPAIR, REPLACEMENT, OR REFUND OF THE
PURCHASE RICE PAID, AT YEALINK’S OPTION. THIS DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES
WILL NOT BE AFFECTED IF ANY REMEDY PROVIDED HEREIN SHALL FAIL OF ITS ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE.
Safety Instructions
Save these instructions. Read these safety instructions before use!
The following basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electrical shock, and other personal injury.
General Requirements
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Before you install and use the device, read the safety instructions carefully and
observe the situation during operation.
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During the process of storage, transportation, and operation, please always keep
the device dry and clean.
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During the process of storage, transportation, and operation, please avoid collision
and crash of the device.
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Please do not attempt to dismantle the device by yourself. In case of any
discrepancy, please contact the appointed maintenance center for repair.

Without prior written consent, no organization or individual is permitted to make
any change to the structure or the safety design of the device. Yealink is under no
circumstances liable to consequences or legal issues caused by such changes.

Please refer to the relevant laws and statutes while using the device. Legal rights of
others should also be respected as well.
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Environmental Requirements
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Place the device at a well-ventilated place. Do not expose the device under direct
sunlight.
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Keep the device dry and free of dust.
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Place the device on a stable and level platform.
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Please do not place heavy objects on the device in case of damageand deformation
caused by the heavy load.
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Keep at least 10 cm between the device and the closest object for heat dissipation.

Do not place the device on or near any inflammable or fire-vulnerable object, such
as rubber-made materials.
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Keep the device away from any heat source or bare fire, such as a candle or an
electric heater.

Keep the device away from any household appliance with a strong magnetic field or
electromagnetic field, such as a microwave oven or a refrigerator.
Operating Requirements

Do not let a child operate the device without guidance.

Do not let a child play with the device or any accessory in case of accidental
swallowing.
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Please only use the accessories provided or authorized by the manufacturer.

The power supply of the device must meet the requirements of the input voltage of
the device. Please use the provided surge protection power socket only.

Before plugging or unplugging any cable, make sure that your hands are
completely dry.

Do not spill liquid of any kind on the product or use the equipment near water, for
example, near a bathtub, washbowl, kitchen sink, wet basement or near a swimming
pool.

Do not tread on, pull, or over-bend any cable in case of malfunction of the device.

During a thunderstorm, stop using the device and disconnect it from the power
supply. Unplug the power plug and the Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (ADSL)
twisted pair (the radio frequency cable) to avoid lightning strike.

If the device is left unused for a rather long time, disconnect it from the power
supply and unplug the power plug.

When there is smoke emitted from the device, or some abnormal noise or smell,
disconnect the device from the power supply, and unplug the power plug
immediately. Contact the specified maintenance center for repair.

Do not insert any object into equipment slots that is not part of the product or
auxiliary product.

Before connecting a cable, connect the grounding cable of the device first. Do not
disconnect the grounding cable until you have disconnected all other cables.
Cleaning Requirements
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Before cleaning the device, stop using it and disconnect it from the power supply.

Use a piece of soft, dry and anti-static cloth to clean the device.

Keep the power plug clean and dry. Using a dirty or wet power plug may lead to
electric shock or other perils.
Appendix
Appendix A – Time Zones
Time Zone
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-10
-9:30
-9
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-7
-6
-5
-4:30
-4
-3:30
-3
-2:30
-2
-1
0
+1
+2
+3
+3:30
+4
+4:30
+5
+5:30
+5:45
+6
+6:30
+7
+8
+8:45
+9
+9:30
+10
Time Zone Name
Samoa
United States-Hawaii-Aleutian, United States-Alaska-Aleutian
French Polynesia
United States-Alaska Time
Canada (Vancouver, Whitehorse), Mexico (Tijuana, Mexicali), United
States-Pacific Time
Canada (Edmonton, Calgary), Mexico (Mazatlan, Chihuahua), United
States-MST no DST, United States-Mountain Time
Canada-Manitoba (Winnipeg), Chile (Easter Islands), Mexico (Mexico
City, Acapulco), United States-Central Time
Bahamas(Nassau), Canada (Montreal, Ottawa, Quebec), Cuba
(Havana), United States-Eastern Time
Venezuela (Caracas)
Canada (Halifax, Saint John), Chile (Santiago), Paraguay (Asuncion),
United Kingdom-Bermuda (Bermuda), United Kingdom (Falkland
Islands), Trinidad & Tobago
Canada-New Foundland (St. Johns)
Argentina (Buenos Aires), Brazil (DST), Brazil (no DST),
Denmark-Greenland (Nuuk)
Newfoundland and Labrador
Brazil (no DST)
Portugal (Azores)
Denmark-Faroe Islands (Torshavn), GMT, Greenland, Ireland (Dublin),
Morocco, Portugal (Lisboa, Porto, Funchal), Spain-Canary Islands (Las
Palmas), United Kingdom (London)
Albania (Tirane), Austria (Vienna), Belgium (Brussels),
Caicos, Chad, Croatia (Zagreb), Czech Republic (Prague), Denmark
(Kopenhagen), France (Paris), Germany (Berlin), Hungary (Budapest),
Italy (Rome), Luxembourg (Luxembourg), Macedonia (Skopje),
Namibia (Windhoek), Netherlands (Amsterdam), Spain (Madrid)
Estonia (Tallinn), Finland (Helsinki), Gaza Strip (Gaza), Greece (Athens),
Israel (Tel Aviv), Jordan (Amman), Latvia (Riga), Lebanon (Beirut),
Moldova (Kishinev), Romania (Bucharest), Russia (Kaliningrad), Syria
(Damascus), Turkey (Ankara), Ukraine (Kyiv, Odessa)
East Africa Time, Iraq (Baghdad), Russia (Moscow)
Iran (Teheran)
Armenia (Yerevan), Azerbaijan (Baku), Georgia (Tbilisi), Kazakhstan
(Aktau), Russia (Samara)
Afghanistan(Kabul)
Kazakhstan (Aqtobe), Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek), Pakistan (Islamabad),
Russia (Chelyabinsk)
India (Calcutta)
Nepal (Katmandu)
Kazakhstan (Astana, Almaty), Russia (Novosibirsk, Omsk)
Myanmar (Naypyitaw)
Russia (Krasnoyarsk), Thailand (Bangkok)
Australia (Perth), China (Beijing), Russia (Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude), Singapore
(Singapore)
Eucla
Japan (Tokyo), Korea (Seoul), Russia (Yakutsk, Chita)
Australia (Adelaide), Australia (Darwin)
Australia (Brisbane), Australia (Hobart), Australia (Sydney, Melboume,
Canberra), Russia(Vladivostok)
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+10:30
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+11:30
+12
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+13
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Time Zone Name
Australia (Lord Howe Islands)
New Caledonia (Noumea), Russia (Srednekolymsk Time)
Norfolk Island
New Zealand (Wellington, Auckland), Russia (Kamchatka Time)
New Zealand (Chatham Islands)
Tonga (Nukualofa)
Chatham Islands
Kiribati
Index
Index
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About This Guide
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Activating the Bluetooth Mode
37
Adding a Contact to the Local Directory
Adding Contacts
30
Adding Groups
27
Answering Calls 51
Appendix A – Time Zones
69
Attended Transfer
61
Audio Settings
24
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Hardware Component Instructions
Headset Mode 36
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Key Tone
Call Forward
57
Call History Management
34
Call Hold/Resume 53
Call Mute 53
Call Transfer 61
CE Mark Warning
vi
Contact Management
27
Contrast
22
Copyright
vi
Customizing Your Phone 19
3
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Language 22
LED Instructions
5
Limitation of Liability
Line Key Icons
4
Line Keys
42
Local Directory
27
Network Conference
Deactivating the Bluetooth Mode
41
Declaration of Conformity
vi
Deleting Contacts
32
Deleting Groups
29
Deleting History Records
35
Deleting the Paired Bluetooth Headset
41
Disconnecting the Bluetooth Headset
40
Do Not Disturb (DND)
55
DSS Keys
42
Dynamic Forwarding
60
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Editing Contacts
31
Editing Groups
28
Editing Device Information
40
Ending Calls
52
Entering Data and Editing Fields
1
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Feature Status Icons
19
7
Icon Instructions
Idle Screen
14
In This Guide v
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Backlight 21
Basic Call Features
Bluetooth Headset
General Settings
Getting Started
14
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Optional Accessories
Other Icons 4
Overview
1
9
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Packaging Contents
7
Pairing and Connecting the Bluetooth Headset
38
Phone Installation
10
Phone Status 13
Phone User Interface 6
Placing a Call from History Records
35
Placing Calls
49
Placing Calls to Contacts
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ReCall
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Redialing Numbers
Regulatory Notices
Ring Tones
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Searching for Contacts
34
Semi-attended Transfer
61
Service Agreements
67
Screen Saver 20
Static Forwarding
57
System Customizations
36
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Time & Date
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Viewing History Records
35
Viewing the Bluetooth Headset Information
39
Volume
24
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Warranty
vi
Wallpaper
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WEEE Warning
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