Avaya one-X™ Deskphone Edition for
9650/9650C IP Telephone User Guide
16-600911
Issue 3
February 2009
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Contents
Chapter 1: Introduction to the 9650/9650C IP Telephone......................................................5
Overview..........................................................................................................................................................6
About Application Buttons, Navigation, and Softkeys......................................................................................8
Aux Buttons......................................................................................................................................................9
About Icons......................................................................................................................................................9
Telephone Stand............................................................................................................................................10
Chapter 2: Avaya Menu..........................................................................................................11
Options & Settings..........................................................................................................................................12
Setting Go To Phone Screen on Calling................................................................................................12
Setting the Go To Phone Screen on ringing..........................................................................................13
Changing the voice dialing setting..........................................................................................................13
Changing the voice dialing language......................................................................................................14
Setting redial options..............................................................................................................................14
Configuring call timers............................................................................................................................14
Configuring visual alerts........................................................................................................................15
Setting the audio path............................................................................................................................15
Setting contact names to display during calls........................................................................................16
Adjusting the brightness or contrast of the display................................................................................16
Turning button click sounds on and off..................................................................................................17
Turning error tones on or off..................................................................................................................17
Turning large text on or off......................................................................................................................18
Changing the ring pattern......................................................................................................................18
Changing the display language..............................................................................................................19
Personalizing button labels....................................................................................................................19
Setting dialing options............................................................................................................................20
Browser..........................................................................................................................................................20
Accessing your browser........................................................................................................................21
Chapter 3: Features menu......................................................................................................23
Accessing the Features menu........................................................................................................................23
Calling a person from the directory................................................................................................................23
Configuring simultaneous ringing for multiple telephones (EC500)................................................................24
Chapter 4: Answering and making a call..............................................................................25
Answering a Call............................................................................................................................................25
Answering a Call to a Bridged Extension........................................................................................................26
Sending an incoming call directly to voicemail................................................................................................26
Ignoring an incoming call................................................................................................................................26
Putting a Call on Hold....................................................................................................................................26
Making a Call..................................................................................................................................................27
Making an emergency call......................................................................................................................27
Clearing a number..................................................................................................................................27
Redialing a number................................................................................................................................27
Using voice dialing..................................................................................................................................28
Calling a person from the Contacts list..................................................................................................29
Calling a person from the call log..........................................................................................................29
Making a call using edit dialing......................................................................................................................30
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Chapter 5: Muting a Call........................................................................................................31
Chapter 6: Transferring a Call................................................................................................33
Chapter 7: Forwarding Calls..................................................................................................35
Send all Calls..................................................................................................................................................35
Forwarding calls..............................................................................................................................................35
Chapter 8: Conference Calls..................................................................................................37
Setting up a conference call............................................................................................................................37
Adding a person on hold to a conference call................................................................................................37
Putting a conference call on hold....................................................................................................................38
Muting a person on a conference call............................................................................................................38
Dropping the last person added from a conference call..................................................................................38
Dropping a person from a conference call......................................................................................................38
Chapter 9: Aux Buttons and Bridged Lines..........................................................................41
Answering a call on a bridged line..................................................................................................................41
Joining a call on a bridged line........................................................................................................................42
Making an outgoing call on a bridged line......................................................................................................42
Chapter 10: Contacts..............................................................................................................43
Viewing Contacts details................................................................................................................................43
Adding a new contact......................................................................................................................................43
Editing a contact..............................................................................................................................................44
Deleting a contact..........................................................................................................................................45
Chapter 11: Using USB Flash Drives with your phone........................................................47
Adding contacts from an external file to your contacts list..............................................................................47
Replacing your contacts list with an external file............................................................................................48
Copying your contacts list to a USB flash drive..............................................................................................49
Temporarily using a USB contacts list............................................................................................................49
Using pictures from your USB device as a screensaver................................................................................50
Chapter 12: Call Log................................................................................................................51
Viewing the call log..........................................................................................................................................51
Viewing call log details....................................................................................................................................51
Adding an entry from the call log to your Contacts list....................................................................................52
Removing an entry from the call log................................................................................................................52
Clearing all entries from the call log................................................................................................................52
Turning off call logging....................................................................................................................................53
Chapter 13: Getting Your Messages......................................................................................55
Logging into your voicemail............................................................................................................................55
Chapter 14: About Logging In to and Out of Your Telephone............................................57
Logging in to your telephone extension..........................................................................................................57
Logging in as a guest user..............................................................................................................................58
Logging out of your telephone extension........................................................................................................58
Index.........................................................................................................................................59
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Chapter 1: Introduction to the 9650/9650C IP
Telephone
Your telephone provides many features, including a Phone screen to view and manage your
calls, 16 auxiliary (Aux) buttons to help you manage calls to bridged lines and additional
telephone features, a Call Log, a Contacts list, an integrated WML browser, a menu of options
and settings, and access to your voicemail.
Not all functions and features described in this user guide may be available on your telephone.
If you find that a function or feature is not available, please contact your system administrator.
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Overview
The following table provides button/feature descriptions for the 9650/9650C telephone.
Name
USB Port
6
Description
Insert a USB device (also called a memory stick, thumb drive,
or flash drive) to transfer contacts between your phone and an
external data source; see Using USB Flash Drives with your
phone on page 47 for more information. You can also
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Overview
Name
Description
recharge some battery-powered devices by using a USB cable
to connect the device to your telephone's USB port.
Message
Waiting Indicator
An illuminated red light in the upper-right corner of your phone
indicates you have voicemail messages waiting. If visual
alerting is enabled, this light flashes when you receive an
incoming call.
Missed Call
Indicator
The icon on the Call Log button is illuminated when you have
missed calls. The top line shows the Missed Call icon and the
number of calls missed.
Prompt Line
View the prompt line to see helpful information, such as when
you can use the right or left navigation arrows to view alternate
screens or menus.
Call
Appearances
Depending on how your system is administered, three or six
lines are available for calls. Touch the line to initiate or answer a
call. Call appearances also indicate if a feature is enabled or
disabled in the Feature view.
Line Buttons
The three line buttons with integrated LEDs show which lines
are in use and correspond to the lines on the display. Press the
line button to select that line. Line buttons also indicate if a
feature is enabled or disabled in the Feature view.
Softkeys
Use the softkeys to act on objects displayed on the screen. The
softkey labels show you the action that each key produces. The
labels and the actions vary depending on the object that is
selected.
Aux Shift
Use the Aux Shift button to move between one page of eight
Aux buttons to the next page of eight Aux buttons. This button
lights to indicate a call is active or on hold on the page of Aux
buttons not currently displayed.
Aux Buttons
Use the eight auxiliary (Aux) buttons to access up to 16
additional lines, or for advanced telephone features such as
Bridged lines, Call Forwarding, Speed Dial, and Abbreviated
Dial buttons. Use the Aux Shift button to switch between the
first page of eight buttons to the next page of eight buttons and
back. The integrated LEDs indicate lines or features in use.
White Aux button labels appear in the last two display rows.
Message
Press the Message button to connect directly to your voicemail
system.
Navigation
Arrows
Use the right and left navigation arrows to navigate between
menus or to move the cursor during text input.
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Name
Description
OK
Press the OK button for a shortcut to an action. For example,
when you select a call log entry, pressing OK dials the number.
Phone
Press Phone to view and manage your calls.
Contacts
Press Contacts to view the entries in your Contacts list.
Call Log
Press Call Log to view a list of your outgoing, incoming, and
missed calls.
Avaya Menu
Press Avaya Menu to configure options and settings, access
the browser, log out, or view network information.
Home
Press Home to configure options and settings, access the
browser, log out, access your favorite contacts, or view network
information.
Volume
Press volume to adjust the volume of the handset, headset,
speaker, and ringer.
Headset
Press Headset to use the headset if it is connected. Only HIS
headset cords are compatible with your phone.
Mute
Press Mute to mute a call in progress. To take a call off mute,
press Mute again.
Speaker
Press Speaker to use the speakerphone. To take a call off
speakerphone, lift the handset.
About Application Buttons, Navigation, and Softkeys
The display screen has three visible application lines that you use to view and manage your
calls, your contacts, your call log, and your options and settings.
• Press the Phone button to view your calls.
• Press the Contacts button to view your Contacts list.
• Press the Call Log button to see a list of your most recent incoming and outgoing calls.
At any time, one of the application lines is highlighted - with white text on a black background.
This is the selected line. Use the Up and Down arrows on the navigation keys to select a line by
scrolling to it.
The four softkey labels at the bottom of the screen go with the softkeys directly below the
screen. They show the available actions for the selected line. Pressing a softkey carries out
the action shown on the softkey label.
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Aux Buttons
The OK button is another shortcut that carries out the default action on the selected line. For
example, when you select (highlight) an entry in your Contacts list, pressing OK places a call to
that person.
Aux Buttons
Your phone has two rows of extra, auxiliary buttons, or “Aux buttons” below the softkeys. You
can use the Aux buttons for call management, speed dial buttons, or features. The Aux buttons
go with the “Aux button labels” on the bottom two rows of the screen. The Aux button labels
show the function of each of the Aux buttons.
There are two sets, or pages, of Aux buttons. Use the Aux Shift button, located to the right of
the Aux button labels, to switch between the two pages of Aux buttons.
The particular features available on your Aux buttons depend on how your system
administrator has set up your phone. For example, in addition to bridged extensions on your
Aux buttons, your administrator may also assign frequently-used features like Send All Calls,
Directory/Next/Make Call, or Call Forwarding to Aux buttons.
Each Aux button has an LED, which is illuminated if a call appearance or feature assigned to
that button is active. The Aux Shift button also has an LED, which is illuminated if there is a
call on one of the Aux buttons on the alternate, "hidden" page.
About Icons
The icons in the following table indicate the state of a call, navigation choices, or the status
of a team member whose presence you are tracking.
Icon
Description
Missed call; a call was not answered or was
forwarded to voice mail.
Incoming call is ringing.
Call is active.
Call is on hold.
Your calls are being forwarded.
Conference is active.
Conference is on hold.
Use the Right or Left navigation arrow to see
additional pages/screens/options.
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Icon
Description
Scroll left for other options.
Scroll right for other options.
Scroll up or down when there is more information
than can display in the application area.
End of list; scroll up to see choices.
Beginning of list; scroll down to see choices.
The call in progress is muted.
The ringer volume is off due to pressing - on the
Volume button until the volume turns off. To
reinstate volume, press + on the Volume button.
Team icon indicating this team member is
available.
Team icon indicating this team member is busy on a
call and not available.
Team icon indicating this team member is not on a
call but is forwarding incoming calls.
Team icon indicating this team member is busy on a
call and is forwarding incoming calls.
Telephone Stand
Your telephone can be placed in two positions, a lower position and an upright position. You
can adjust the display screen to different angles. To move the display screen, gently pull from
the top of the display screen towards you. As you pull the screen towards you, you will hear a
clicking sound. Each of these clicks is a locking position for the display screen. Gently push
on the display screen to adjust the screen to a previous position.
If your phone is in the upright position, reverse the tab located below the switchhook in the top
ear piece pocket (on the front of the phone). This will keep the handset seated in the correct
position. You will need a small screwdriver to lift this tab out.
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Chapter 2: Avaya Menu
You can use the Avaya Menu to adjust and customize options and settings for your telephone,
access additional Web-based applications, get information about your phone and network
settings, and log out. When you press the Avaya Menu button, you see the following menus,
depending on how your administrator has set up your system and on the applications available
to you:
Sample Menu 1
> Options & Settings
> Browser
> Network Information
> Guest Login
> Log Out
> About Avaya one-X
> My Pictures
Sample Menu 2
> Your 1st Web
Application
> Phone Settings
> Log Out
> About Avaya one-X
> My Pictures
Sample Menu 3
> Call Settings
> Application Settings
> Screen & Sound
> Advanced Options
> Network Information
> My Pictures
Note:
On menus with WML applications, select Phone Settings to access the standard telephone
Options & Settings menu.
Options & Settings or Phone Settings, if your menu is customized, lets you change your call
settings, personalize button labels, adjust brightness and contrast, select your ringing pattern,
and more.
The Browser menu contains additional web-based applications. (If no web applications are
available for your phone, the Browser menu is not shown.)
Network Information shows a summary of network-related parameters for your phone.
About Avaya one-X provides the release number of your telephone software.
Guest Login lets you log in to a phone to which you are not normally assigned, to access your
own contacts and features.
Log Out lets you sign off the phone, to protect your settings or to allow another user to log
in. Log out does not display unless your phone (and any associated button module) is in an
idle state.
My Pictures lets you use pictures from a USB device as your telephone screensaver.
Note:
The sub-menus that appear depend on how your extension was administered. Some options
or sub-menus may not be available.
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Options & Settings
The Options & Settings menu contains choices for:
• Call Settings
• Application Settings
• Screen & Sound Options
• Advanced Options
Call Settings includes choices for automatically displaying the Phone screen when you get an
incoming call or when you place a call, turning call timers on or off, controlling how Redial
works, turning Visual Alerting on or off, and more.
Application Settings includes choices for personalizing button labels, turning call logging on or
off and including bridged calls in your call log.
Screen & Sound options includes choices for adjusting your phone's brightness and contrast,
ring pattern, language selection, and button clicks and tones.
Advanced Options includes choices for backing up and restoring your settings, options and
button labels, and setting up a Bluetooth® adapter if one is attached to your phone. You can
also set AGC (Automatic Gain Control) for your headset, handset, and/or speaker audio.
Setting Go To Phone Screen on Calling
Set Go To Phone Screen on Calling to Yes to automatically display the Phone screen when
you place a call.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Go To Phone Screen on Calling.
7. Press Change or OK or use the right or left navigation arrows to set the option to
Yes or No.
8. Press Save.
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Options & Settings
Setting the Go To Phone Screen on ringing
Set Go To Phone Screen on Ringing to Yes to automatically display the Phone screen when
you get an incoming call.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Go to Phone Screen on Ringing.
7. Press Change or OK or use the right or left navigation arrows to set the option to
Yes or No.
8. Press Save.
Changing the voice dialing setting
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Voice Dialing.
7. Press Change or OK to set the option to on or off. Voice-initiated dialing is set to
on by default.
8. Press Save.
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Changing the voice dialing language
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Select Voice Dialing Language....
6. Press Change or OK.
7. Select the language you will speak to search for and dial your contacts.
8. Press Select or OK.
9. Press Yes to confirm the selected language.
Setting redial options
You can set Redial to dial the last number you dialed or to display a list of the last numbers
you dialed.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Redial.
7. Press Change or OK to toggle between One Number and List.
8. Press Save.
Configuring call timers
You can set your call settings to display the duration of calls. You can turn the call timer display
on or off.
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Options & Settings
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Display Call Timers.
7. Press Change or OK to change the setting.
8. Press Save.
Configuring visual alerts
When the Visual Alerting option is turned on, incoming calls cause the LED in the top right
corner of the phone to flash. You can turn Visual Alerting on or off.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Visual Alerting.
7. Press Change or OK to turn Visual Alerting on or off.
8. Press Save.
Setting the audio path
You can set your phone to go off-hook on the Speaker or the Headset when you make an onhook call. If your system administrator has set up auto-answer, incoming calls are also
answered on the default audio path you designate here.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
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4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Audio Path.
7. Press Change or OK to change the Speaker or Headset setting.
8. Press Save.
Setting contact names to display during calls
You can set your phone to show the contact's name rather than the calling party name for an
incoming or answered call, a transferred call, or conference call when a calling or called party
number matches a number on your Contacts list.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Pair Contacts to Calls.
7. Press Change or OK to change the setting to On or Off.
8. Press Save.
Adjusting the brightness or contrast of the display
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Screen & Sound Options.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Brightness or Contrast.
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Options & Settings
Note:
You cannot adjust the contrast of the 9650C color display screen.
7. Press Change or OK.
8. Select Phone or an SBM24 Module.
9. Scroll to the right or left to adjust the brightness or contrast.
10. Press Save or OK.
Turning button click sounds on and off
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Screen & Sound Options.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Button Clicks.
7. Press Change or OK to turn sounds on or off.
8. Press Save.
Turning error tones on or off
Your telephone beeps if you make a mistake or take an action that is not allowed. If you do not
want to hear error beeps, set your error tone to Off.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Screen & Sound Options.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Error Tones.
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7. Press Change or OK to turn error tones on or off.
8. Press Save.
Turning large text on or off
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Screen & Sound Options.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Text Size.
7. Press Change or OK to turn large text on or off.
8. Press Save.
Changing the ring pattern
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Select Screen & Sound Options.
4. Press Select or OK.
5. Select Personalized Ringing.
6. Select a displayed ring pattern, or press Other to select from a list of eight alternative
ring patterns.
Tip:
Use Other or the Right/Left Arrows to toggle between the two sets of patterns.
7. After selecting a pattern, press Play or OK to listen to it.
8. Repeat Steps 6 and 7 until you find the ring pattern you want.
9. Press Save to make it your ring pattern.
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Options & Settings
Changing the display language
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Screen & Sound Options.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Language....
7. Select a display language.
8. Press Select or OK.
9. Press Yes to confirm the selected language.
Personalizing button labels
You can change the labels that are displayed for your extensions, features, and abbreviated
dial or speed dial buttons. For example, you can change the label for your extension to "My
Line."
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Application Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Personalize Labels...
7. Press Change or OK.
8. Select the label you want to edit.
If the label you want to edit is on the Features menu, scroll right to access the
Features menu, and select the label you want to edit.
9. Press Edit.
10. Edit the label using up to 13 characters.
Press Clear to clear all text fields and start over.
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11. Press Save or OK.
12. You may revert back to the default button labels by selecting Avaya Menu >
Options & Settings > Application Settings > Restore Default Button Labels
and pressing Default.
Setting dialing options
Your phone has two dialing options. You can dial as you normally would, for example, pick up
the handset, get a dial tone, and dial the number you want (on-hook dialing). Or, you can set
"edit dialing" which mimics how you dial a call on a cell phone - you can enter all or part of the
number, backspace to correct a digit if needed, and when ready, initiate the dialing process
using a softkey.
Note:
Edit dialing may not be available to you, depending on how your system is administered.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Call Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select Edit Dialing.
If your telephone does not display this option, your administrator has not made this
feature available.
7. Press Change or OK to change the setting to On (Enabled) or Off (Disabled).
When on-hook dialing is in effect, dialpad (edit dial) searches are not available.
8. Press Save.
Browser
Your telephone includes a Web browser capability that can be used to present additional
applications. The items available through the Web browser vary depending upon how your
telephone is administered. Contact your system administrator with any questions.
Access the browser through the Avaya Menu. If you don't see the Browser option on the Avaya
Menu, no Web applications are available for your phone.
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Accessing your browser
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Browser or OK.
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Chapter 3: Features menu
Your administrator may assign specific features you use frequently to your Aux buttons. The
Features menu gives you access to Speed Dial buttons and advanced telephony features,
such as Directory, Abbreviated Dial, and Call Forwarding. Directory allows you to dial other
users on your system by name. You can use Send All Calls and Call Forward to have your
incoming calls sent to other numbers. When set to “on,” EC500 allows calls to your desk phone
to also be sent to your cell phone. Your system administrator may also assign frequentlyused features to softkeys, to give you quick access. The particular features available to you
depend on what your administrator has assigned to your phone.
For more information about what features and options are available for your extension, contact
your system administrator.
Accessing the Features menu
From the Phone screen, scroll right to access the Features menu.
The LED next to the feature name indicates if the feature is currently on or off. If the
light is on, the feature is on.
Note:
To return to the main Phone screen, press Phone or scroll to the left.
Calling a person from the directory
1. From the Phone screen, scroll right to access the Features menu, select Directory,
and press Select or OK. Or, press the Directory Aux button.
2. Use the dialpad keys to start spelling the last name of the person you want to call.
Press each dialpad key one time for each corresponding letter. For example, for
“Hill”, press 4, 4, 5, 5.
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3. Select Next Aux button to view the next name alphabetically in the directory, if
necessary.
4. Press OK or enter the next letter.
5. Select the Make Call Aux button when you see the name you want.
6. Press OK to dial the call.
Configuring simultaneous ringing for multiple telephones
(EC500)
The EC500 feature allows you to have incoming calls to your desk phone ring on your office
telephone and your cell phone at the same time. This allows you to answer office calls while
you are away from your desk. The cell phone number is programmed by your system
administrator.
1. From the Phone screen, scroll right to access the Features menu.
2. Select EC 500.
3. Press OK to turn simultaneous ringing on or off.
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Chapter 4: Answering and making a call
Answering a Call
When you receive an incoming call, the incoming call is usually selected automatically.
However, if you are already on a call or if you receive more than one incoming call at a time,
you may need to select the call you want to answer manually. If you do not have the Setting
the Go To Phone Screen on ringing on page 13 enabled, you must press Phone to choose a
line or view call options.
Note:
If your telephone is administered with non-typical settings, you may experience call handling
differences from the steps described here. Also, note that the phone will auto-scroll in certain
instances to present you with significant incoming calls.
Answer an incoming call in one of the following ways:
• If you are not on another call, lift the handset, or press the line button next to
the incoming call, or press Speaker to answer using the speakerphone, or
press Headset to answer using the headset.
• If you are on another call and the telephone does not automatically display the
incoming call, from the Phone screen scroll to the line with the incoming call
and press Answer or OK. If you are on another call and the telephone does
automatically display the incoming call, you can press Ans Hold to
automatically put the first call on Hold when you answer the new call.
Alternately, you can press Ans Drop to automatically drop the first call when
you answer the new call.
• To quickly move to the top of your call appearance list to answer an incoming
call on your primary line, from the Phone screen press the Phone button. You
can then press the line for the incoming call or scroll to it.
• To automatically display the Phone screen whenever you receive an incoming
call, set the Go to Phone Screen on Ringing option to Yes.
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If an Aux button flashes, press that button or press the Answer softkey.
If the Aux Shift button is lit, the incoming call is on the "hidden" page of Aux buttons.
In this case, press Aux Shift to view the hidden page, then press the flashing Aux
button of the incoming call.
Sending an incoming call directly to voicemail
Press To Vmail to send an incoming call directly to voicemail.
Ignoring an incoming call
Press Ignore to turn off the ringer for an incoming call.
Putting a Call on Hold
1. Press Phone to view the main Phone screen, if necessary.
2. If you are not active on the line you want to put on hold, select that line.
3. Press Hold.
Note:
A hold timer may display when you put a call on hold. For more information, see
Configuring call timers on page 14 .
4. Press Resume or the line button of the held call to retrieve the call.
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Making a Call
Making a Call
If you are not on a call, simply dial the number you want to call. Use the Phone screen to view
and manage calls. Press Phone to view the main Phone screen at any time.
1. Lift the handset, or press Speaker or Headset (if applicable) or a line button for an
available line. If you have more than three call appearances, for example, if you use
bridged appearances to monitor another extension, use the Aux buttons to get to
the line you want.
2. Dial the number you want to call.
Making an emergency call
You do not have to be logged in to make an emergency call. If emergency calling was set up
by your system administrator, the Phone screen has an Emergency softkey to immediately
connect you with a preset emergency services number.
1. Press the Emerg softkey. If you do not see an Emerg softkey, pick up the handset or
press the Phone button, then press the Emerg softkey.
2. To end the emergency call, press the Drop softkey or press the Speaker button.
Clearing a number
Press Clear to erase all dialed digits and enter a new number.
Redialing a number
1. From the Phone screen, press Redial.
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The last number will be redialed or you will see a list of the most recent numbers
that you have dialed, from which you can select one to redial. See Setting redial
options on page 14 for information on redial settings.
2. If you are working with a redial list, scroll to the number you want to call and press
Call or OK.
Your system administrator can disable Redial functionality.
Using voice dialing
You can say a name to search for and call any contact when voice dialing is set to on. You can
optionally add a qualifier like "at home" or "mobile" with the name to get to a specific number
for the contact. The first two times you use voice dialing, a help screen displays to assist you
in using this feature.
1. Press Contacts.
2. If Voice dialing is enabled, a Voice softkey displays. If no tone is generated or if no
check mark appears next to the Voice softkey, press Voice.
Note:
To make voice-initiated dialing available each time you access your contacts, see
Changing the voice dialing setting on page 13. To change the language you want
to use for voice dialing commands, see Changing the voice dialing language on
page 14.
3. Within a few seconds or as soon as you hear the tone, say the name of the person
you want to call.
You can say the name in first name, last name order even if the name is displayed as
last name, first name order (and separated by a comma) in your Contacts list. You
can add a qualifier, for example, "at home," "at office," "mobile phone," "cell phone,"
or say one of the contact number types (Home, Work, Mobile) with the name. For
example, to reach Sam Jones at his primary number you can simply say “Sam
Jones”. To reach Sam Jones at home, you might say “Call Sam Jones at home.”
Note:
If you don't add a qualifier and multiple numbers exist for that contact, the
telephone always dials the first number listed.
4. When one or more contacts display:
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• Press Call or OK or the applicable line button to dial the highlighted
number, or scroll to select (highlight) a different number, then press Call or
OK or the line button.
• Press Details to view the contact details associated with the highlighted
entry, or select (highlight) a different entry, then press Details.
• If none of the matches represent the contact/number you want, press Retry
and repeat the voice-initiated dialing command from Step 3.
• Press Cancel to exit voice dialing and return to the main contacts screen.
Calling a person from the Contacts list
1. Press the Contacts button.
2. Select the person or primary number you want to call. To call a non-primary number,
select the person, press Details, then select the desired number.
3. Press Call or OK.
Calling a person from the call log
1. Press the Call Log button.
2. Select the person or number you want to call.
3. Press the Call softkey or the OK button. Depending on administration, returning a
Missed Call may result in that Call Log entry being deleted when the calls goes
through.
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Making a call using edit dialing
Prerequisites
Your system administrator has to authorize this function. To set up edit dialing, see Setting
dialing options on page 20.
Edit dialing works just like making a call on your cell phone - just start entering the number
without hearing a dial tone. Using the Bksp softkey, you can backspace to "edit" the number
before actually dialing it.
1. From the Phone screen, enter the number you want to call.
2. To edit the number press the Bksp softkey to erase the previous character, one
character at a time. To remove the entire number, press Clear.
3. Press Send or OK.
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Chapter 5: Muting a Call
If a call is on mute and you switch between the handset, headset, or speakerphone, the mute
will be turned off. When the call is muted, the Mute button light is on and the top line displays the
Mute icon.
1. Press Mute during a call so that the other person cannot hear you.
2. Press Mute again to unmute the call.
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Chapter 6: Transferring a Call
1. From the Phone screen, select the line you want to transfer.If the line you want is
not already highlighted, select the call you want to transfer by pressing the line
button or Aux button or by scrolling to the call.
2. Press Transfer or OK .
3. Dial the telephone number, or call the person from the Contacts list, or call the
person from the Call Log list.
4. If unattended transfers have been administered, you can hang up now if you do not
want to announce the call. Otherwise, press Complete or OK to transfer the call.
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Chapter 7: Forwarding Calls
You can forward your incoming calls to another number or to voicemail. If call forwarding is
turned on, a Forwarding icon appears on the top line of your display screen and the Aux
button(s) with forwarding features is steadily lit. You can choose from a number of forwarding
features, including Send All Calls and Call Forward. The forwarding features available on your
phone depend on the options your system administrator has set. For more information about
the options available to you, contact your system administrator.
Send all Calls
When Send All Calls (SAC) is on, your incoming calls go directly to a predefined coverage
number, typically your voicemail. Incoming calls ring once at your extension and then go directly
to a number which is set by your system administrator. If the SAC feature is administered on
your phone, a SendAll softkey appears on the Phone screen for idle calls an Aux button label
displays SendAll. Pressing SendAll turns Send All Calls on. If it is already on, pressing SendAll
turns it off. Pressing the SendAll Aux button turns Send All Calls on and the label shows a
checkmark. If it is already on, pressing the SendAll Aux button turns it off and the checkmark
no longer appears. You can also turn Send All Calls on or off by using the telephone Features
list.
1. Select SendAllCalls.
2. Press Select or OK to turn Send All Calls on or off.
Forwarding calls
Several forwarding features may be available so you can set a number to which your calls will
be forwarded, or turn off call forwarding if it is already on. Call forwarding is assigned to an Aux
button. If available, your call forwarding features are listed on a Forwarding features menu.
1. Select the forwarding feature you want to activate.
2. Enter the number to which you want to forward your calls.
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After you enter the forwarding number, you hear a confirmation tone and the
associated LED lights.
3. Press Select or OK to turn the call forwarding feature off if it is already on.
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Chapter 8: Conference Calls
You can use conference calls to speak with up to five people in different locations on the same
call. Additional conferencing options may be available through Expanded Meet-Me
Conferencing. Contact your system administrator for more information about this feature.
Setting up a conference call
1. From the Phone screen, select your active call.
2. Press Conf.
3. Dial the telephone number, or call the person from the Contacts list, or call the
person from the Call Log list.
4. When the person answers, press Join or OK to add the person to the existing call.
5. Press Add and repeat these steps to add another person to the conference call.
6. Press Drop at any time to drop the last person added to the conference call.
Adding a person on hold to a conference call
1. From the Phone screen, select your active call. If it is not highlighted, press the line
button or Aux button or scroll to it.
2. Press Conf, or Add if you are already in a conference.
3. Select the call on hold that you want to add to the conference.
4. Press Resume or the line button or the Aux button or OK to take the call off hold.
5. Press Join to add the person to the conference call.
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Putting a conference call on hold
When you put a conference call on hold, the other parties can still talk to each other.
1. Press Hold during a conference call.
2. Press Resume or OK to resume the conference call.
Muting a person on a conference call
You may be able to silence a person on a conference call using the Silence softkey. The
individual muting feature is not available on all systems. If you do not see Silence when you
choose a person, you cannot mute that person.
1. From the Phone screen, press More > Details during a conference call.
2. Select the person you want to mute.
3. Press Silence.
4. Press Silence again to take the person off mute.
Dropping the last person added from a conference call
1. From the Phone screen, select your active call.
2. Press Drop.
Dropping a person from a conference call
This feature is not available on all systems.
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Dropping a person from a conference call
1. From the Phone screen, select your active call.
2. Press More then Details.
3. Select the person you want to drop.
4. Press Drop.
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Chapter 9: Aux Buttons and Bridged Lines
You can use the Aux buttons to monitor and manage extensions other than your own. Other
people's extensions that you manage from your phone are called bridged lines. If an Aux button
is associated with a bridged line, you can press the Aux button to select it as you would with
a regular call appearance.
Whenever you need to access a bridged line just press the corresponding Aux button.
• If a line is on Hold, pressing the Aux button resumes the call.
• If a line is ringing, pressing the Aux button answers the call.
• If your boss or someone else for whom you have a bridged extension is on the line
(Aux button LED is lighted), you can press that Aux button to join the call. For example,
when the bridged extension is in use, and you get an incoming call to that same line,
you can conference the caller into the existing call.
The icon on the Aux button label for a bridged call appearance shows the status of that call
appearance. An idle call icon means that there is no current call on that line. An in-use bridged
call icon means that the owner of the line is using it.
Use the Aux button for anything you need to do with a bridged line - to answer a call, to resume a
call on hold, or to join an existing call. Use the Aux button LED and the icon on the Aux button
label to view the status of a bridged line.
Answering a call on a bridged line
Answering a call on a bridged line is basically the same as a call on a primary line. If the ringing
line is selected, you can answer by picking up the handset or by pressing Speaker or Headset
or Answer.
If an Aux button flashes, press that button or press the Answer softkey.
If the Aux Shift button is lit, the incoming call is on the "hidden" page of Aux buttons.
In this case, press Aux Shift to view the hidden page, then press the flashing Aux
button of the incoming call.
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Joining a call on a bridged line
You can join an existing call on a bridged line.
1. Select the bridged call in progress that you want to join.
2. Press Bridge.
Making an outgoing call on a bridged line
When you make a call on a bridged line, you are using another person’s line. The caller ID
may show the call as coming from you or coming from the person whose line you are using. If
you have any questions about how the name or extension displays to the person you are
calling, contact your system administrator.
1. Select the bridged line you want to use.
2. Press OK to get a dial tone.
3. Dial the telephone number, or call the person from the Contacts list, or call the
person from the Call Log list.
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Chapter 10: Contacts
You can save up to 250 names and up to 3 telephone numbers per name. You can use voice
dialing to speak the contact name; see Using voice dialing on page 28 for information. You can
also import or export a Contact list using a USB device; see Using USB Flash Drives with your
phone on page 47 for information.
Note:
If you press the Contacts button and nothing happens, your system administrator has
disabled the button.
Viewing Contacts details
1. Press Contacts.
2. Select the contact you want to view.
3. Press Details to see the information available for that contact.
Selecting Details is the only way to dial a second or third number for a contact.
4. Press the appropriate softkey to call or edit this contact, delete this contact, or return
to the Contacts screen.
Adding a new contact
You can add up to three numbers for a contact.
1. Press Contacts.
2. Press New if this is your first contact list entry, or press More then New if you already
have entries in your contact list.
3. Enter the name using the dialpad.
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a. Press the number key that corresponds to the letter or number you want to enter
until the letter or number is displayed.
b. Pause before entering the next character if the characters are on the same key.
c. To enter a space, press 0.
d. Enter remaining letters or numbers.
e. Press Bksp to delete the last character.
Note:
If you want to remove a letter, number, space, or symbol that is in the middle of
the text you entered, use the left and right navigation arrows to place your
cursor after the character you want to remove. Once your cursor is in the
correct position, press Bksp to remove the character to the left of the cursor.
f. Press More > Abc to change between upper and lower case letters or to enter
numbers.
g. Press ABC again to cycle through the options (Abc/123/abc/ABC) until the type
you want to use is displayed.
h. Press More > Symbols to enter characters that are not on your dialpad.
i. Select the symbol you want to use.
j. Press OK to select the symbol.
k. Press Clear to delete all text and start over.
4. Select the next field.
5. Enter the telephone number and press Primary if applicable. The primary number is
the one that will always display without having to go into contact details.
6. Select the next field.
7. Select the type of number entered (general,work, mobile, home).
8. If you have another number for this contact, scroll down and repeat Steps 5 - 7. You
can add up to two additional numbers for this contact, but you can designate only
one number as primary.
9. Press Save or OK.
Editing a contact
1. Press Contacts.
2. Search for and select the contact you want to edit.
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3. Press More > Edit .
4. Choose the field you want to edit.
5. Use the dialpad and softkeys to make changes to the contact information.
6. Press Save or OK.
Deleting a contact
1. Press Contacts.
2. Select the contact you want to delete.
3. Press More > Delete .
4. Press Delete to confirm or Cancel to cancel.
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Chapter 11: Using USB Flash Drives with
your phone
If your telephone has a USB interface and you have a USB (Universal Serial Bus) flash drive
(also called a thumb drive or memory stick), you can log into your phone from anywhere in the
world, add contacts to your Contacts list from an E-mail or other PC software program, and
display pictures from the device on your phone as a screensaver. You can also copy your
contact list from your phone to a USB flash drive, replace the contents of your phone's current
contact list with those on the USB flash drive, or temporarily use the flash drive's contacts
instead of your phone's contact list, subject to your administrator's permission.
Note:
The 9620L IP Telephone does not have a USB interface.
Avaya offers a PC application called Avaya one-X™ Deskphone USB Companion to help set
up your USB device/phone options. Your administrator has certain setup responsibilities and
can then help you determine which options are available to you and how to use the tool to set
them up. Additionally, your administrator may provide you with a USB device with a preprogrammed Extension and Password in it, or may provide you with a PC-based tool for putting
this information on a USB device. You can then use the USB device to log in to the administered
Extension and Password automatically, from any telephone in your system.
Note:
USB Login: If you have automatic USB login capability, the only Contacts you can see are
those on the USB device itself. Note that when you use the USB login, the Log Out menu
option is not available to you; the only way you can log your phone out is by removing the
USB device.
After setup, inserting the flash drive into the telephone's USB jack produces either a list of USB
actions/options or a display message notifying you that you cannot proceed because your
device is not supported or the device exceeds the telephone's available power. Whether power
is provided to the phone's USB interface depends on how the phone is powered and
administration settings. Only FAT or FAT32 file systems are currently supported; USB drives
with NTFS file systems are not supported. Multiple LUNS are not supported.
Adding contacts from an external file to your contacts list
Use a USB flash drive to add contacts from an external file to your contacts list. Keep in mind
that your contacts list cannot have more than 250 incoming entries. Contact files merged or
written to the phone's contacts list must be in a specific format. One way to ensure that the
file is in the proper format is to export your telephone's Contacts list to your USB device, which
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automatically creates a properly formatted file. Avaya also provides a spreadsheet tool that
uses macros to convert your Outlook contacts into the Contacts format the telephone uses.
For information on this tool, search for "Avaya one-X USB Companion" on the Avaya support
site at http://www.avaya.com/support.
Note:
If your administrator has made a special application available that allows you to log in to
your phone via a USB device, and you log in that way, the only Contacts you can see are
those on the USB device itself. Also, when you use the USB login, the Log Out menu option is
not available to you; the only way you can log your phone out is by removing the USB device.
1. Plug the USB device into the jack near the top left edge of your phone.
2. Press Select or OK to select Merge file and phone contacts.
The Merge option is shown only when both the USB file and the phone have
contacts.
3. The merge occurs automatically. When complete, review the statistics displayed,
which show the number of entries, duplicates, and any errors.
4. Press Save or OK to write the merged Contacts list back to the USB device and
return to the list of contacts/USB actions or press Exit to return to the list of contacts/
USB actions without writing the merged file to the USB device.
Note:
Attempts to merge more than the 250 entries allowed produces a List Full screen
which lets you either save the partial list (the first 250 entries) or cancel the merge
without writing the external file's contents to the telephone.
Replacing your contacts list with an external file
Use a USB flash drive to replace your entire contacts list with the contacts from an external
file. Incoming contacts must have a name and at least one and no more than three telephone
numbers with associated types. If not provided, the type of number will default to the general
type. Your system administrator can provide detailed format information about external data
source files.
1. Plug the USB flash drive into the jack near the top left edge of your phone.
2. Scroll down to Replace phone contacts with file.
3. Press Select or OK.
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4. Review the statistics displayed, which show the number of valid and invalid entries,
and if applicable, how many entries exceed the 250 contact phone maximum.
5. Press Save or OK to overwrite and replace your contacts list with the file on your
USB device or Cancel to cancel the replacement and retain your current contact list.
Copying your contacts list to a USB flash drive
You can copy your entire contact list from your phone to a USB flash drive for safekeeping or to
use in an external software program. If the USB flash drive already contains a contact file, you
must first confirm that you want to replace that file.
1. Plug the USB flash drive into the jack near the top left edge of your phone.
2. Scroll down to Write file with phone contacts.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. If your USB device currently has a contacts file on it, press Save or OK to confirm
that you want to overwrite that file with the telephone's contact list.
Temporarily using a USB contacts list
You can temporarily use a contacts file on a USB flash drive rather than your phone's contact list
as long the USB flash drive remains attached to the phone. For example, copy your contacts
list to your USB flash drive and take the device with you while traveling. If you have access
to a 9600 Series guest phone with the latest telephone software at another site, you can attach
the USB flash drive and use your contacts list.
1. Plug the USB flash drive with the contacts file you want to use into the jack near the
top left edge of your phone.
2. Scroll down to Use contacts file while present.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Press OK to access the contacts list on your USB flash drive.
Any changes or updates you make to your contacts list while the USB device is
connected affect only the temporary file on the USB device, and not your “regular”
telephone contacts list.
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Using USB Flash Drives with your phone
Using pictures from your USB device as a screensaver
If your USB device has a top level directory named “\Pictures” or another picture directory
that is properly administered, you can use pictures in that directory as your phone's
screensaver. Each picture displays for 5 seconds unless you specify a different value (from 5
seconds to 999 seconds). The maximum allowable height and width for each picture is 240 x
320 pixels. Your administrator can help you set up this feature. Your administrator can also
disable this feature, in which case the ”My Pictures” option will not appear on the Avaya Menu.
In addition to the features described in the Using USB Flash Drives with your phone on page
47 the Avaya one-X™ Deskphone USB Companion application includes a utility program to
convert your pictures to the correct format.
1. Plug the USB device into the jack near the top left edge of your phone.
2. At the phone, press the A (Avaya Menu) button.
3. Select My Pictures to immediately begin displaying the pictures from your USB
picture directory on the phone and then whenever the screen display “times out”
after the administered idle period.
Note:
If you disconnect the USB device from the telephone, the standard screensaver
replaces your pictures after the designated idle period.
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Chapter 12: Call Log
You can use the Call Log to view lists of your outgoing, answered, or missed calls. When you
have one or more missed calls, the Call Log button lights and the Missed Calls icon and the
number of missed calls display on the top line. To call a person listed on your Call Log, see
Calling a person from the call log on page 29.
Viewing the call log
1. Press Call Log.
You can go to the top of the list by pressing Call Log again.
2. Scroll to the right or left to view separate lists of answered, outgoing, or missed calls.
Note:
Depending on how your system is administered, a Missed Call counter might
appear next to a missed call showing the number of missed calls you have from
that person.
3. Scroll up or down to view the entries on the list.
Viewing call log details
1. Press Call Log.
2. Select the number you want to view.
3. Press Details.
4. Press Back to return to the list view.
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Call Log
Adding an entry from the call log to your Contacts list
1. Press Call Log.
2. Select the number you want to add to your Contacts list.
3. Press +Contact.
4. Edit the name and telephone number, if necessary.
5. Press Save.
Removing an entry from the call log
1. Press Call Log.
2. Select the number you want to delete.
3. Press More > Delete .
4. Press Delete or OK to confirm, or press Cancel if you do not want to delete it.
Clearing all entries from the call log
Clearing all entries from a call log might or might not delete all of the entries in every log. For
example, if you are viewing the Outgoing Calls list, only outgoing calls are deleted from the
call log. However, if you are viewing the All Calls list, pressing Clear All deletes all calls from
the call log.
1. Press Call Log.
2. Select the list you want to delete.
3. Press Clear All to delete all of the entries in the list you are viewing.
4. Press Clear All or OK to confirm.
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Turning off call logging
Turning off call logging
You can turn call logging on or off. If you have bridged call appearances on your phone, you
can choose whether or not to include calls to your bridged lines in your call log.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Options & Settings or Phone Settings.
3. Press Select or OK.
4. Select Application Settings.
5. Press Select or OK.
6. Select the type of call logging you want to turn off.
To turn logging of bridged lines on or off, select Log Bridged Calls and press Change
or OK.
7. Press Change or OK to turn call logging on or off.
8. Press Save.
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Chapter 13: Getting Your Messages
Press the Message button to connect directly to your voicemail system.
The lighted Message button and a red light on the upper right-hand corner of your
telephone indicate when you have messages waiting. Your messages are an
administered function. Contact your system administrator with any questions.
Logging into your voicemail
1. To log in to your voicemail, press the Message button.
2. Follow the voice prompts from your voicemail system.
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Chapter 14: About Logging In to and Out of
Your Telephone
Logging in and out maintains your preferences, call information, and options if you share a
telephone with other users. Log out to prevent unauthorized use of your telephone during an
absence.
Note:
Depending on how your phone is administered, for example, whether Call Log backup is
enabled or not, Call Log information may be lost when you log out your extension.
Your administrator may provide you with a USB device with a pre-programmed Extension and
Password in it, or may provide you with a PC-based tool for putting this information on a USB
device. This will enable you to use the USB device to log in to the administered Extension and
Password automatically, from any telephone in your system. See your administrator for details.
If you log in with the USB Login option, the only way to log out is by removing the USB device
from the phone connection.
Note:
When you use the USB Login, the only Contacts you will be able to see are the Contacts
on the USB device. See Using USB Flash Drives with your phone on page 47 for more
information.
Logging in to your telephone extension
Log in from the initial screen when it prompts you for your extension.
1. Enter your extension.
2. Press Enter or OK.
3. Enter your password.
4. Press Enter .
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About Logging In to and Out of Your Telephone
Logging in as a guest user
Log in to another phone as a guest to retain the features and functionality of your own phone.
For example, if you are temporarily using a visitor's office telephone but want to have your
Contacts list available. The telephone must be on-hook to select this feature.
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Select Guest Login.
3. Enter your extension.
4. Press Enter or OK.
5. Enter your password.
6. Press Enter or OK.
7. Scroll left or right to select the expected amount of time you will use this phone. You
can log out as a guest at any time despite the duration you select.
8. Press Enter or OK.
Logging out of your telephone extension
1. Press Avaya Menu .
2. Scroll down and select Log Out.
3. Press Log Out or OK.
4. Press Log Out to confirm.
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Index
A
Application Buttons
Softkeys .................................................................8
Applications
Contacts ...............................................................43
Audio path
on-hook ................................................................15
Auto-answer ...............................................................15
Aux buttons .............................................................9, 41
and bridged lines ..................................................41
Avaya Menu
about ....................................................................11
options .................................................................12
text size ................................................................18
B
Bridged Calls
answering .............................................................41
joining ...................................................................42
bridged lines ...............................................................41
Browser
about ....................................................................20
accessing .............................................................21
Button Click Sounds
configuring ...........................................................17
Button Labels
personalizing ........................................................19
C
Call Log
about ....................................................................51
calling a person ....................................................29
clearing entries .....................................................52
removing an entry ................................................52
turning off .............................................................53
viewing .................................................................51
viewing details ......................................................51
Call Settings
changing voice dialing language ..........................14
changing voice dialing setting ..............................13
Call Timers
configuring ...........................................................14
Calling a person
from the call log ....................................................29
from the Contacts list ...........................................29
Calling a Person
from the directory .................................................23
Calling, using voice dialing .........................................28
Clearing a number ......................................................27
Conference Calls
about ....................................................................37
adding a person on hold ......................................37
dropping a person ................................................38
dropping the last person ......................................38
muting a person ...................................................38
putting a call on hold ............................................38
setting up .............................................................37
Contacts ....................................16, 28, 43–45, 47–49, 52
using temporary USB files ...................................49
about ....................................................................43
adding a new ........................................................43
adding from the call log ........................................52
copying to USB flash drive ...................................49
deleting ................................................................45
editing ..................................................................44
importing/exporting via USB flash drives .............47
merging USB files with .........................................47
name display during calls .....................................16
searching .............................................................28
selecting ...............................................................43
Contacts List
calling a person ....................................................29
Copying contacts list to USB file ................................49
Coverage ....................................................................35
D
Dialing Options
setting ..................................................................20
Directory
calling a person ....................................................23
Display
adjusting brightness .............................................16
adjusting contrast .................................................16
E
Edit dialing ............................................................20, 30
Emergency call ...........................................................27
Error Tones
turning off .............................................................17
F
Features
about ....................................................................23
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Index
accessing .............................................................23
Flash drives ................................................................47
Forwarding
a call .....................................................................35
Forwarding Calls
about ....................................................................35
N
navigation .....................................................................8
O
G
Go To Phone Screen Options on Calling
setting ..................................................................12
Go To Phone Screen Options on ringing
setting ..................................................................13
Guest login ............................................................57, 58
H
Hold
conference calls ...................................................38
I
Icons in telephone display
about ......................................................................9
Incoming call
ignoring ................................................................26
Incoming calls
directing to multiple telephones ...........................24
Incoming Calls
answering .......................................................25, 26
Bridged Line .........................................................26
forwarding ............................................................35
sending directly to voicemail ................................26
sending to coverage .............................................35
transferring ...........................................................33
L
Language
changing ..............................................................19
changing voice dialing ..........................................14
legal notices .................................................................2
Logging in as a guest .................................................58
Logging in to your telephone ......................................57
Logging in to your telephone extension ......................57
Logging out of your telephone extension ...................57
Login as a guest user .................................................57
M
Memory sticks ............................................................47
messages
getting ..................................................................55
60
Muting Calls ................................................................31
On-hook dialing ..........................................................20
Options & Settings
about ....................................................................12
call logging ...........................................................53
changing language ...............................................19
changing ring pattern ...........................................18
configuring visual alerts .......................................15
go to phone screen on calling ..............................12
go to phone screen on ringing .............................13
redial settings .......................................................14
Setting dialing options ..........................................20
Outgoing calls
making a call ........................................................27
Outgoing Calls
edit dialing a number ............................................30
making a call on a bridged line ............................42
redialing a number ...............................................27
P
Phone Settings
about ....................................................................12
Pictures
from USB files as a screensaver ..........................50
R
Redial .........................................................................27
Redial Options
setting ..................................................................14
Replacing contacts list with an external file ................48
Ring Pattern
changing ..............................................................18
S
Screensaver
from USB pictures ................................................50
SENDALL ...................................................................35
T
Telephone display icons
about ......................................................................9
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Telephone Stand
about ....................................................................10
Text Size
turning off .............................................................18
Thumb drives ..............................................................47
Transfer ......................................................................33
U
USB files .........................................................47, 49, 50
merging with contacts list .....................................47
pictures ................................................................50
USB flash drives
working with .........................................................47
V
Visual Alerts
configuring ...........................................................15
Voice dialing ..........................................................13, 14
changing setting ...................................................13
Voicemail
logging in ..............................................................55
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