cordless phone quick reference guide

CORDLESS PHONE QUICK REFERENCE
GUIDE
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Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION TO YOUR MITEL 1000 CORDLESS PHONE ...................................................................................... 2
W ELCOME ................................................................................................................................................................................ 2
MITEL 1000 CORDLESS PHONE......................................................................................................................................... 2
Register your Cordless phones ............................................................................................................................................ 3
Making Calls........................................................................................................................................................................ 3
Make an external call .......................................................................................................................................................... 3
Make an internal call........................................................................................................................................................... 3
End a call............................................................................................................................................................................. 3
Answer a call ....................................................................................................................................................................... 3
Transfer external call to an extension ................................................................................................................................. 3
Call Hold and Call Park...................................................................................................................................................... 3
Speakerphone Calls ............................................................................................................................................................. 4
Storing contacts in your private and shared phonebooks.................................................................................................... 4
Call a number in your private or shared phonebook........................................................................................................... 4
Voicemail............................................................................................................................................................................. 5
Ringer and Phone Settings................................................................................................................................................... 5
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Introduction to your Mitel 1000 Cordless Phone
Welcome
The Mitel 1000 is a very powerful communication system that, together with
Intermedia Digital Phone Service, provides a comprehensive solution for your
business communications needs.
This quick reference guide highlights some of features of the Cordless Phones.
NOTE- Only Mitel 1000 Cordless Phones work with the Mitel 1000 phone system.
Mitel 1000 Cordless Phone
You may use up to 4 cordless phones with your Mitel 1000. Each phone receives it’s own
extension and voicemail box.
Soft keys
Navigation Key
Talk Key
On/Off and End Key
Star & Ringer Off Key
Pound, Lock & Pause Key
Internal &
Recall Key
Calls Key
Service Key
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Register your Cordless phones
Press and hold down the ‘Page’ button on the base unit for 4 seconds. This button is
located on the front of the unit. This places the system in registration mode for 30
seconds.
Select ‘REG’ on the Cordless phone.
Press OK for ‘REGISTER’
Enter 1234 as the PIN.
The phone will register to the unit as Handset 1 (extension number 31).
You can register more than one handset in the 30 seconds that the system is in
registration mode or simply repeat the process for each phone. The sets are
automatically allocated a handset number (1-4) and use extension numbers (31-34).
Making Calls
Make an external call
Press
and dial the number.
Or
Enter the number you want to call. The number appears on the display.
Press CLEAR to delete an incorrect digit.
Press
to place the call.
Make an internal call
Press the Internal (INT) key.
Select the extension from the display
Or
Dial the extension number. (20-23 for corded and 31-34 for cordless).
End a call
Press
or place the phone on the base unit or charger.
Answer a call
Press
to answer the call.
Note: Picking a ringing phone out of the charger will answer that call.
Transfer external call to an extension
Press the INT (RECALL) key.
Dial the extension number.
Press
to transfer the call.
Call Hold and Call Park
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Put an external call on hold
Press the Recall (Int) key
Replace the handset to continue to use the phone.
The call is held for thirty seconds when the telephone is idle. After 30 seconds, the call will
ring back to the cordless phone and by answering the call, the caller will be taken off hold
If the telephone is busy, it will ring when the handset is replaced.
To park an external call
Press the INT (RECALL) key
Dial 712.
Press
To retrieve a call from park
Press the INT (RECALL) key
Dial 712
The parked call is retrieved.
Speakerphone Calls
If you want to use the phone’s speaker during a call
Press OPTIONS. Press
to select SPEAKER. Press OK
You can hear the caller over the loudspeaker and you can speak via the microphone.
will appear on the display.
Repeat the above to switch off the speaker.
Storing contacts in your private and shared phonebooks
Your phone has a private and a shared phonebook. The information in your private
phonebook is stored in your handset. The information in your shared phonebook is the
System Speed dial list and is common to all phones, wired and cordless
Storing names and numbers
Press NAMES.
Press
to select the phonebook you wish to open, PRIVATE or SHARED.
Press OK.
Press
to select ADD ENTRY, and press OK.
Enter the name for the record. You must enter a name.
Press
Enter the number.
Note: You must enter the line access code 9 or 8 as the first digit in the Private
phonebook. You must NOT enter the line access code in the Shared phonebook.
Press SAVE.
Call a number in your private or shared phonebook
Press NAMES.
Press
to select the PRIVATE or SHARED phonebook. Press OK.
Select VIEW.
Press
to scroll to the contact you wish to call or search by letter.
Press
.
Call Directly from your private phonebook
Press
Press
Press
up or down to view the phonebook.
to scroll to the contact you wish to call or search by letter.
.
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Note: The Call Direct feature is not provided for the shared phonebook.
Voicemail
Message waiting indication
A message indication symbol
appears on your cordless handset and a broken
dial tone is heard when going off hook, when a message has been left in the
Answering Machine or the extension’s voicemail.
Retrieve messages from your voice mailbox
Press the INT (RECALL) key and dial
or 711
Enter your extension number (to access the Answering Machine enter “0”).
You will be prompted to enter your password (1111 in default), followed by #.
Once you are in your voicemail box, the following codes are used to provide your
voicemail features.
91 Records your greeting
92 Plays your greeting
When listening to your greeting key
1 To start playing messages
Once you are replaying your messages key
# To pause your message
2 To save and go to next message
3 To erase and go to next message
4 To go to start of message
5 To go to previous message
6 To erase all messages
7 To go back 10 seconds
8 To go forward 10 seconds
9 To forward the message
0
To return the call
Ringer and Phone Settings
Turning off the ringer
Press SILENT when the phone is ringing to turn off the ringer OR press and
hold
when the phone is in standby to turn off the ringer for all calls. Press and
hold
again to turn on the ringer.
Out of range warning
If you move too far away from the base unit during a call, your phone will sound an
alert tone. You need to move closer to the base unit or your call will be disconnected.
Low battery warning
If your phone battery is low, it will sound an alert tone. Place your phone on the base
unit for charging as soon as possible or it would turn off when it is out of battery.
Placing the phone on the base unit for charging will end the current call.
Screen Illumination: To illuminate the screen while on a call, press the right arrow key.
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