Operating Instructions
Integral TM13 ISDN Telephone
connected to
Integral 33 systems
Familiarize yourself with your telephone
Familiarize yourself with your phone
This manual is designed to help you learn the basics of your telephone quickly and
easily.
What you should definitely read
Basic operating principles → starting on p. 14.
You should read this section to learn about the special features of your new telephone, even if you are already familiar with deluxe phones.
This manual uses a number of practical scenarios to provide you with a better understanding of the functions your phone has to offer.
Making calls
This section describes the various options you can use to make calls.
Receiving calls
There are also a number of functions that make phoning even easier. These are
explained in this section.
During a call
Useful functions help you keep track of several calls at once.
Using the phone in a partner group
Some things are easier for partners. These functions are contained in a separate
section, as they are only valid within a partner group.
Setting the telephone for your own specific needs
You won’t need to do it every time you use the phone. But your TM 13 telephone
provides you with a variety of ways to set up various functions according to your
own individual needs.
VIP functions
This section describes functions used to communicate with certain subscribers
within your telephone system, such as sending messages and making announcements.
If in doubt, look it up
If you are looking for something specific, you can look it up in this section. You will
also find an alphabetic overview of all menu items in this section.
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Table of Contents
Familiarize yourself with your phone
Familiarize yourself with your phone
TM 13 – Overview
Which keys for which functions?
Special features of your telephone
How to use this manual
Basic operating rules
Putting your telephone into operation
Making a standard call
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Making calls
Dialing call numbers from the telephone book
Dialing call numbers from the call list
If the called party is busy
Sending texts (Minimail)
Recording call charges for projects
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30
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34
Receiving calls
Answering calls
Requesting info message
Store all callers (Talk list)
Receiving minimail (Mailbox)
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During a call
Monitoring
Handsfree
Changing settings during a call
Additional call during an existing call
Several calls simultaneously
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Using the phone in a partner group
Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner functions
Setting up partner groups
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Setting the telephone for your own specific needs
Call numbers in the telephone book – overview
Storing call numbers in the telephone book
Diverting calls
Answering calls at another telephone (Follow me)
Double Call
Programming function keys
Setting up macro functions
Setting the telephone
Turning off autom. postdialing (DTMF)
Switching on key beep
Handsfree equipment
Handsfree with auxiliary loudspeaker
Displaying call charges
Adjusting audio and contrast
Setting the language
Entering appointments
Alternate time zone
Do not disturb
Private User Mobility (Mobile direct dialing number)
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VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions
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Table of Contents A
If in doubt, look it up
Telephone functions overview
Display messages
Display messages during emergency operation
Menu items on the display
Setting tones and distinctive rings on your phone
If something goes wrong
Protecting the phone from unauthorized users
Using the handsfree mode
Advanced handsfree equipment
Terminal adapter
Testing the telephone
Registering for automatic call distribution
Additional notes and functions
Index
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TM 13 – Overview
The functions of a number of keys may differ depending on how your telephone is
set up and how it is connected to the telephone system.
AEI interface
to connect
accessories
(underside of unit)
Display
The displays assist you
with operation.
Handsfree
microphone
(underside of unit)
Programmable
function keys or
destination keys or
partner keys or
softkeys
The current function is shown
on the display.
Terminal adapter
V.24 interface for
data connections
LED display
flashes for call
and illuminates
for call diversion
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Digit keys with
additional
alphabetic
labelling
for dialing and
entering codes.
Fixed function keys
to select certain
functions quickly
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Which keys for which functions?
This section gives you a brief overview of the keys on your phone and their respective functions.
The use of the individual keys is explained in detail under the corresponding function on the following pages.
Fixed function keys
ABC
2
*
#
Digit keys with alphabetic labelling
for dialing call numbers and entering codes.
The alphabetic labelling allows
you to dial by means of letters
(vanity numbers).
Star and hash
for special functions.
Destinations
displays the various destination
key assignments one after the
other on the screen.
Monitor
switches the loudspeaker on/off
and facilitates dialing with the
handset on-hook.
Redial
redials a number.
You can choose between the last
5 numbers.
R
Refer-back
initiates consultation within your
system and allows you to return
to your original call.
Callback on busy
Your telephone rings when the
dialed number is free again.
Handsfree mode
for dialing and phoning with the
handset on-hook.
Telephone book
calls up the electronic directory.
You can use it to store, find and
dial numbers.
Release
disconnects the current connection and terminates an entry.
Menu
+
–
Enter
Menu
activates the main menu, where
you can select and initiate many
of your phone’s functions.
Arrow up /down
moves the menu item
up or down on the screen.
Enter
to select a tagged menu item and
to confirm an entry.
Programmable function keys
(standard assignment):
Transfer call
connects a second caller to another party.
Interchange
to toggle between the first call
and an additional call.
Additional softkeys without predefined functions.
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Special features of your telephone
Of course you can use your phone to make calls as you would with any ordinary
phone. This telephone also offers a variety of functions that make phoning even
easier. This chapter contains a brief overview of some of these special features.
The display assists you
The display provides you with important information, e.g. on the current call.
In addition, display messages guide you through operation step by step.
The functions of some keys may change temporarily. The display shows you which
functions are currently assigned to these “softkeys” (→ p. 16).
The call number of every ISDN caller is shown on the display to let you know who is
calling before the call is actually set up. The name of the caller is also shown on the
display if the complete call number of the respective caller is stored in your telephone book.
You can decide how your display is to guide you through operation. You can choose
between three display modes: a detailed display, a somewhat abbreviated one for
advanced users and an extremely abbreviated one for pros.
Customizing the functions of your phone
You can select and activate most functions quickly and easily from the screen.
A number of functions can also be performed quickly using the function keys. You
can program these keys with the functions you use most often. Two of these keys
have already been assigned functions before delivery.
You can also change numerous standard settings and adapt the phone to your own
personal needs.
Saving personal data centrally
You can save your personal telephone settings in the central memory of your
telephone system, where your data will be password–protected. If you exchange
your telephone for a new one, or if you “move” within the system, you can simply
take your settings along and will not need to enter them again.
Storing call numbers
You can store call numbers very easily. You enter these numbers in an electronic
telephone book. You can locate, modify, or delete the entries in your telephone book
quickly and easily at any time.
Depending on the configuration of your telephone system, you can also search for
and dial call numbers from the telephone book that are centrally stored in your telephone system (option).
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Special features of your telephone A
Handsfree answer back
You can adjust the settings on your phone so that calls are accepted automatically.
This allows you to speak to a calling party without lifting the handset.
Protection against unauthorized use
The integrated “lock” allows you to protect your telephone against unauthorized use.
Using the phone in a partner group
Your BOSCH TELECOM service representative can connect your phone to other
phones within your system to form a partner group. A number of functions are particularly easy to use within this partner group. In addition, the display provides you
with additional information about your partners.
Several calls simultaneously
You can establish a number of calls simultaneously and toggle between these calls
as you wish.
VIP functions
You can group any number of telephones in your system together to form a team.
VIP functions include, for example, making an announcement to another phone in
the team, requesting callback if a team phone is busy, or simply signaling your call
by means of a special tone.
Storing all callers (Talk list)
You can have the call numbers of all subscribers who called you and who you actually talked to. Later on you can retrieve these numbers specifically and dial them,
if required. Moreover, you can reallocate call numbers from the talk list to your telephone book. The default setting for the talk list is ”On”.
Sending messages (Minimail)
You can send short texts to one or several destinations. On the whole there are 10
texts:
– 7 predefined texts which you can change or complete,
– 3 texts which you can enter yourself.
Receiving minimail (Mailbox)
The mailbox is a call list for texts. Here, callers can leave up to 10 short minimails.
The display will inform you of any new minimail you have received.
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Special features of your telephone A
Programming function keys (Macros)
The softkeys of your telephone can be programmed with macro functions consisting
of various steps. This permits you, for example, to activate and deactivate a fixed
call diversion by a single keystroke.
Operating a door device
If a door device is connected to your telephone system you can assign its operation
to a function key.
Terminal adapter
If your telephone is equipped with a terminal adapter, you can also use it for data
transmission with data terminals (DTE).
PTMT – Personal telephone manager (optional)
PTMT is a Windows program that allows you to perform some of the functions of
your phone on your PC. These functions include:
– setting up your phone
– editing telephone book entries
– writing texts, e.g. for notes or telephone book entries
– saving data on your PC
Setting acoustics and contrast
You can change the basic setting for handsfree calling. (You will find an exact description of this function from page LEERER MERKER.)
Connecting additional ringing tones (second alarm)
You can equip your telephone with an additional ringing tone. You can then, for example, receive a signal in the neighbouring room when your telephone rings.
The second alarm is connected to the telephone’s AEI interface via a switch contact. Please contact BOSCH Telecom as required.
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How to use this manual
A number of abbreviations and symbols are used in this manual to give you a better
overview. This section contains a brief description of each of these symbols.
The screens used in the manual contain only the texts or symbols that are significant for the respective function.
Selecting a function using a function key
Some functions can be selected using a
fixed function key. These keys are depicted
as shown here.
Selecting a function using menu items
Note:
Leave the handset on-hook. The display
shows only a minimum number of functions
when the handset is off-hook.
You may first need to press the
Menu
”Menu” key to call up the main menu.
To select the menu item shown on the left,
+
press the arrow keys until the desired
Menu
'Call diversion
menu item is highlighted.
–
Enter
Press the ”Enter” key to select the function.
Note:
If the user manual tells you to select a
menu item, the respective menu item will
be highlighted on a grey background.
The selection is subsequently shown as a
complete screen.
'Return
Note:
The main menu contains not just menu
items but also submenus, where you can
call up further menu items. Submenus are
marked with a “:” (colon) in the display.
You can always move from these submenus to the previous level with the “”Return”
menu item.
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Menu
'Lock↓
Example:
Select the menu item ”Lock”.
You may now lock your phone.
COS 2: 1...5
'Lock↓
Note:
Functions assigned to function keys do not
appear in the menu.
The chapter ”If in doubt, look it up” explains
all menu items that you may come across
when using your phone.
Enter a call number
The keys to the left are shown when you
are required to enter a number.
You can type the numbers manually or enter a stored call number.
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How to use this manual A
Switching the menu item
Menu
Ringing tone
Ringing tone
'Silence
'On
'On↓
Enter
Ringing tone
'Off↓
The manual abbreviates this operation as
well:
”Switch the menu item to...”
Example:
You want to deactivate the ringing tone of
your phone. The default setting of this function is ”On”.
Select the menu item ”Silence”.
Select the menu item ”Ringing tone ... On”.
The current setting is displayed for this
function.
Note:
If you press the ”Release” key, the previous
function setting will remain active.
Press the ”Enter” key to change the setting.
The setting for this function has been
changed.
Press the ”Release” key to terminate input.
Optional functions
-
The symbol to the left indicates that the described function is not a standard feature of
your telephone.
Other functions may also be disabled. Consult your BOSCH TELECOM service representative if you wish to use these functions.
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Basic operating rules
The following pages contain a few basic rules concerning the function of your
phone.
The display assists you
1234 MILL 11.11.94 16:50↓
FULL JONE DAVI HARR JOHN
CASS THYS SMIT WHIT TRAV
↓
1234 DAVIS
–
1234 DAVIS
'Volume
+
14
or
–
The figure to the left is an example of the
display when the phone is in the idle mode.
You can program your phone to display
your name and call number.
Moreover, you can see the current date
and time.
The arrow ”↓” and the symbol show you
the telephone status information that is
available, e.g. when your phone is locked.
The display generally only displays functions that are actually available on your
phone.
Example: You make a call.
The call number and name (if applicable) of
the called party are displayed on the
screen.
You can scroll through the available menu
items using the ”Arrow down” key.
You can, for example, adjust the volume of
the loudspeaker by pressing the ”Enter”
key.
The arrow „↓“ and the symbol show you
if information on the state of your telephone
is available, e.g. when it is locked.
You can view the status messages one by
one by means of the ”Up arrow” and ”Down
arrow” keys.
The symbol flashes if the status was
changed without the status message being
viewed.
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Stat..
'Appmt. active↑
Enter
'+13.06.96 15:00 JONES
↓
Here, you can directly open the corresponding menu item.
To do this, display the message in the idle
display.
Press the ”Enter” key.
You can now modify the settings, e.g.
change the appointment or enter a new
one.
Note:
If the status has changed, e.g. an appointment has expired, the corresponding message will be shown in the idle display until
you have scrolled to the very top.
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On the second level softkeys are limited to functions.
Several functions can be activated in a number of different ways:
– The quickest way: using a function key,
– The simplest way: select it from a menu.
Softkeys
1234 MILL 11.11.94 16:50
FULL JONE DAVI HARR JOHN
CASS THYS SMIT WHIT TRAV
The functions of the top two rows of function keys change according to current operating activity. (Only the 10 function keys
located below the display!)
The current function of these keys is always displayed on the screen.
These keys are known as ”softkeys”. In the
example on the left the marked key serves
as a destination key, with which you can
call Mr Davis.
Softkeys at several levels:
Ten key assignments are shown on the display simultaneously. However, several
functions can be assigned to one key.
Press the ”Destination” key to display other
assigned functions.
You can scroll through the existing levels
using this key.
Keys on the various levels:
Partner keys:
1st level
Function keys:
1st and 2nd level
Destination keys: 1st and 3rd level
Activating functions with function keys
Several functions can also be activated using a function key, e.g. the electronic phone
book.
The display for the activated function appears on the screen.
Local TB search
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
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Selecting functions from the menu
Menu
–
Menu
'Specifications
Enter
Get VIP functions
Off↓
You can select and activate almost all functions of your phone from the screen. You
do not need to remember any key symbols
or combinations for menu selection. Arrows
in the menu indicate the direction in which
you may move:
– up and down
↓ – down only
↑ – up only
Press the ”Menu” key. This calls up the
main menu, where you can select the desired function.
Press the ”Arrow down” key until the desired menu item appears, e.g. ”Specifications”.
Note:
The display does not contain functions that
have already been assigned to a programmable or fixed function key.
Press the ”Enter” key to confirm your
selection and activate the selected function.
The display changes. Only associated information is displayed on the screen. This
example shows you the functions that you
can set on your phone.
To switch to the idle display:
The display returns to idle mode if you do
not press a key within 60 seconds.
If you wish to switch back to the idle display manually, press the ”Release” key.
Moving to the previous level:
If you want to move from a submenu to the
preceding level, select the “Return” menu
item.
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When you purchase your phone, it is programmed in such a way that the functions
assigned to fixed or programmable function keys are not displayed on the screen.
Display menus – three display modes
Menu
'Call diversion
Silence
Messages
Menu
'Call diversion
602
Mic
Volume
↓
Tone dial
Display
Simple mode:
If you are still unfamiliar with the functions,
you can have three menu items displayed
on the screen simultaneously.
Standard mode:
The current menu item is displayed in the
first line of text. You can use the arrow
keys to scroll to the other menu items.
The second and third lines of text display
the assignments of the function keys.
Softkey mode:
Switch to softkey mode if you are an experienced user.
All available functions are carried out using
the softkeys.
If, for example, you wish to adjust the volume of the receiver, you must press one of
the two corresponding softkeys.
Changing the display mode:
Menu
M... 'Further functions:
'Specifications
Mode of operati..Standard
Mode of operati.. Simple
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Press the “Menu” function key.
Select the “Further functions” submenu and
press “Enter”.
Select the “Specifications” submenu and
press “Enter”.
Select the desired menu item.
The current setting is displayed.
Press the “Enter” key to change the menu
item to the desired operating mode.
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Canceling an operation
Press the Release key
... or ...
Lift the handset and replace it immediately.
You can cancel an operation at any time if
you change your mind or inadvertently activate the wrong function.
The phone returns to the status it had before the function was selected.
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The loudspeaker is turned on automatically when you dial with the handset on-hook.
Lift the handset when the caller answers. This procedure is useful, if, for example,
the called party is busy and you need to redial the number several times.
Setting up a call
To set up a call you have to perform the
two steps described below:
– prepare for dialing,
– activate dialing.
The call number is dialed.
It doesn’t matter which of the steps is carried out first. However, we recommend to
maintain the described order because it
allows you to correct a number before it is
dialed.
Dial.– The symbol at the left is always used
for establishing a connection as described
here. The symbol applies to all types of
“dialing preparation” and “dialing commands”.
Preparing to dial
You have two possibilities. Leave the handset on-hook.
Enter the call number manually:
Type the desired number using the digit
keys.
or
BERT
1234 BERT
↓
Enter a stored call number:
Enter a stored number, e.g. by pressing a
destination key.
Note:
You must dial an external line code before
you can enter an external call number.
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Dialing
↓
1234 BERT
or
Enter a call number. You have three options.
Lift the handset. The specified call number
is dialed. If the other subscriber answers,
you can make the call as usual.
or
Press the ”Monitor” key.
The specified call number is dialed.
The loudspeaker symbol appears on the
screen.
When the other party answers, lift the
handset to talk to this party.
Cancel:
Press the ”Release” key or ”Monitor” key.
or
↓
1234 BERT
or
Press the ”Handsfree” key.
The specified call number is dialed.
The symbols to the left appear on the display.
When the other party answers you can talk
to the called party as usual without lifting
the handset.
Cancel:
Press the ”Release” key or ”Handsfree”
key.
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You can enter texts using the softkeys. You can, for example, enter text for a telephone book entry.
Entering text (Example: telephone book)
If you want to store a new entry in the telephone book, use the display keys to enter
Name
↓
ÄÖÜß ÁÀÂÃ ÅÆÇ ÉÈÊË Corr
the individual letters. You can choose from
íìîï ÑÓÒÔ ÕØÚÙ ÛÿX ↓
several letters with each key.
Use the display key “↓” to display further
letters.
ABC
Use the digit keys with alphabetic
2
labeling to enter the letters A to Z and the
digits 1 to 0.
Examples:
Entering the letter C: Press the digit key 2
twice.
Entering the digit 2: Press the digit key 2
four times.
Note:
If your telephone has digit keys without
alphabetic labeling, use the display keys
to enter the letters A to Z .
Enter the word “FINK” (for example):
To type in the “F”, press the corresponding
Local TB search
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
display key—shown here as the “F” key—
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
twice.
The selected letter is highlighted.
I
N
K
Enter the remaining letters:
“INK”.
The text appears in the display.
Name: FINK
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
Corr
If you make a mistake:
Press the “Correction” display key.
The most recently entered letter is deleted.
Name: FIN
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
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You can then type in the correct letter.
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Putting your telephone into operation
Select language: Before being able to use your telephone you must first define the
language for the display texts and minimail.
Select language for display and Minimail
The message shown to the left appears on
the idle display.
Status
'D/GB/F↑
Status
Sprache
Sprache
'D/GB/F↑
'Deutsch↓
'English↓
Enter
Mail texts
Mail texts
'English↓
'English↓
Enter
Press the ”Enter” key to open the corresponsing menu item.
The display shows the languages available
for the display texts.
Select the desired language for the display
texts.
Confirm your choice. The display texts will
now appear in the selected language.
The display now shows the languages for
minimail texts.
Select the desired language for minimail.
Confirm your choice. The minimail texts will
now appear in the selected language.
Note:
You can change the language later on at
any time. Please find more details in the
chapter ”Audio, contrast and language settings“.
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Making a standard call
You can use your phone to make standard calls as you would with any other telephone.
Internal: Dial the desired number directly.
External: Dial the external line code of the system (e.g. ”0”) first.
Making calls
BERT
123456 BERT
↓
Dial call number – by either entering each
digit separately
or
pressing a destination key.
The number is shown on the display.
You can enter additional digits and correct
digits if necessary.
Dialing. The call number is dialed.
Redialing a call number
''1: 123456 BERT
'Delayed redial↓
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↓
Press the “Redial” key. You can redial the
last five numbers you dialed very easily.
The last number dialed is displayed on the
screen. To display another previously
dialed number, press the “Redial” key once
more or select the desired number from the
menu. If you have assigned a line, all entries with digit, destination and partner keys
will be entered in the redial memory.
Dialing. The displayed number is dialed.
If busy:
Select menu item ”Delayed redial”. The
number is redialed up to nine times in
30-second intervals.
Cancel:
Press the ”Release” key. This terminates
automatic redial.
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Receiving calls
123321
↓
40 via 56
↓
Your telephone rings as usual when someone calls you, and the LED beside the keypad flashes.
The call number and the name of the calling party (if applicable) are displayed on
the screen if the call is internal or set up via
ISDN. The complete call number must be
stored in your telephone book to display
the name.
Lift the handset and make your call as
usual.
If the call has been diverted to your telephone, a corresponding message appears
in the display.
Answering the call:
Lift the handset and use the phone as
usual.
or
Press the “Handsfree mode” key to answer
the call.
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Making a standard call A
Letting someone in the room listen in
Press the ”Monitor” key to turn on the loudspeaker.
Inform the other party that someone else is
listening.
In addition, you and your partner hear two
short beeps.
Deactivating the loudspeaker:
Press the ”Monitor” key once more.
if req.
Note:
You can press the „Handsfree“ key as an
alternative. This additionally activates the
microphone, which allows you to telephone
while on-hook.
Please remember that your partner cannot
hear you while (s)he is talking (→ p. 78).
Using the phone with handset on–hook
Press the “Handsfree mode” key. The mior
crophone and loudspeaker are then activated. You can now use the phone with the
handset on–hook.
Handsfree mode is indicated by the
symbols shown at the left in the status line
of your display.
Note:
Please note that, for technical reasons,
your telephone does not activate the loudspeaker and microphone at the same time.
The subscriber thus cannot hear you while
he is speaking.
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Making calls
Dialing call numbers from the telephone book
You can store call numbers in the electronic telephone book of your telephone. If
you wish to make a call, you can have the name or number displayed on the screen
or search through the entire telephone book.
You can also search through the main telephone book of your system (option).
Dialing a number stored in the telephone book
Local TB search
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
e.g.
N
Enter
' NEWMAN
NICHOLLS
...
1234
987654
↓
–
Press the “Telephone book” key. This calls
up the electronic telephone book.
You can now search for the desired entry
(storing call numbers → p. 60).
Main telephone book (-):
If you would like to use the “Continue main
TB” display key with the main telephone
book (METB), you can have this feature
set up by your Bosch Service.
Enter the first letter of the desired name.
Press the “Enter” key to confirm your
selection.
The display contains all entries that begin
with this letter.
Note:
You can restrict the search: Enter a sequence of consecutive letters contained in
the desired name.
You can also search using wildcards. “*Q“
searches for all entries that contain the letter “Q”.
Press the “Arrow down” key until the desired entry is highlighted.
Dial. The selected number is dialed. You
can use your phone as usual when the
other party answers.
Note:
Select the menu item “Display lists” to select an entry from a specific list in your private telephone book. You can now select
the desired list.
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Making calls
Dialing call numbers from the call list
The call list resumes all calls from one subscriber in one entry. Messages and diverted calls are listed sepearately even if they proceed from the same subscriber.
Moreover, you can directly store a call number of the call list in the telephone book.
Dialing a number from the call list
The message “List” appears on the display.
This indicates that the call list contains new
entries.
Select the menu item “Display call list”.
Menu 'Display call list
The current entries are displayed.
Call list
BERT
NICHOLLS
Entries 3 ↓
01:36 3
07:00 +2
–
BERT
01:36
3
Call number: 0691234567 Name:
BERT
Count: 3
28.04.95 01:36
BERT 0691234567
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Press the “Arrow down” key to scroll
through the existing entries.
If you wish to know more about a specific
entry, select the caller, e.g. ”Bert”.
Additional information about this entry is
shown on the display.
Calling back a subscriber:
Dialing. The call number of the selected
subscriber is dialed automatically. When he
answers you can make your call as usual.
While you are calling the subscriber the
date and time of his last call are shown on
the display.
Notes:
The entry is automatically deleted from the
call list as soon as you have called the
subscriber back.
The message „List“ appears on the display
in the idle mode until you have scrolled
through all new entries.
Making calls
Calling a number from the call listA
Reallocate a call number to the telephone book
SSS
Select the desired entry from the call list as
described before.
Select the menu item ”Reallocate” to store
the call number in the telephone book.
The call number is now stored in the telephone book.
'Reallocate
Note:
If you wish, you can complete or process
the entry in the telephone book later on.
Please find more details in the chapter
”Store telephone numbers in the telephone
book”.
Symbols in the call list
No call number
+
>
*
Call without call number
Call has not yet been displayed
Diverted call
Call with message
Time
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Making calls
If the called party is busy
If you call an internal subscriber and the line is busy, you can activate automatic
callback.
If the called party is busy
You call an internal subscriber and the line
is busy.
Press the “Callback” key to initiate automatic callback.
Your phone rings as soon as the other
party hangs up.
Lift the handset.
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30
↓
The call to the other party is repeated. If
the party answers, you can make the call
as usual.
Making calls
Sending texts (Minimail)
You can send short texts to one or several destinations. 10 texts are available:
– 7 predefined texts which you can change or complete,
– 3 texts which you can enter yourself.
Sending minimail
'Send Minimail
Tel.conf. 00:00 00.00
Meeting 00:00 00.00
Meeting rescheduled
+
↓
–
or
Enter
Subscriber 1+ 31
Subscriber 2
Subscriber 3
↓
Enter
if req.
–
Select the “Send Minimail” menu item in
the “Message” submenu and press “Enter”.
A list with predefined texts appears on the
display.
Enter the required digits in the selected text
(e.g. time, date).
Correct:
Move the scroll bar to the next line and
back. You can now overwrite the entry.
Press the ”Enter” key to select the text to
be transmitted.
A list of 5 subscribers to whom you can
send a message appears in the display.
The list also contains the call numbers of
the subscribers, if they have previously
been sent Minimails.
Select one or several subscribers. „+“ indicates that the subscriber has been selected.
If required, enter new subscribers.
Scroll downwards through all subscribers.
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Making calls
Sending texts (Minimail) "
'Send
'Minimail to all
Select the menu item ”Send”.
The message is transmitted.
On the display you can see whether the
message has been transmitted successfully:
„?“:
The message is on its way.
The message has been received.
„+“:
„–“:
The subscriber could not be
reached.
Send minimail to all:
If you wish to send a minimail to all registered minimail subscribers, select the corresponding menu item.
Note:
The minimail is not forwarded if a subscriber has activated a call diversion. A ”–”
sign will appear next to the corresponding
call number.
This means that the subscriber has not received your minimail.
Change language:
You can change the language of the predefined minimail texts according to your wishes. The texts are available in English,
French and German. Please find more details in the chapter ”Audio, contrast and
language settings”.
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Making calls
Sending texts (Minimail) A
Modify minimail texts
'Send Minimail
Enter
Meeting 00:00 00.00
Meeting rescheduled
Dictation please!
–
Name
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
+
or
–
Corr
Enter
Select the “Send Minimail” menu item (located in the “Message” submenu).
Press the “Enter” key.
The available Minimail texts appear in the
display.
Press the “down–arrow” key repeatedly until the following display appears.
The text to be modified appears in the first
line of the display. The second and third
lines of the display contain the functions of
the display keys.
Select the Minimail text which you would
like to modify. Each Minimail text may contain a maximum of 1 text line.
Modify the text by overwriting with the display keys and digit keys.
You can delete the text with the Correction
display key.
Seven texts have already been entered in
your telephone. You may also enter three
texts of your own.
Confirm your entry.
The modified texts are then saved.
Note:
Your telephone’s text–entry function does
not support lower–case letters.
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Making calls
Recording call charges for projects
Your telephone system can separately meter and bill the call charges for projects or
private calls. To use this function, enter the project code or private code before dialing an external call number. This function must be set up by the Bosch Service in
the telephone system.
Selecting dial call number with the project number
Enter the special exchange code number
e.g. 1
which has been set up in your telephone
system for dialing, e. g. “1”.
This exchange code number can have 1 to
5 digits.
e.g.
3
4
3
3
Enter the code which has been set up in
your telephone system for the corresponding project, e. g. “3433”.
This code can have 1 to 9 digits.
A star “*” appears in the display for every
number.
Select the desired call number and procede to telephone as usual.
The charges for this call will now be recorded and calculated in the system with the
corresponding project code.
Note:
Neither the exchange code number nor the
project code will be entered into the redial
memory. You must enter the number anew
everytime.
Even if you want to call back a call number
from the calling list with a project code, you
must enter the exchange code number and
the project code in the calling list display
manually.
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Receiving calls
Answering calls
You can lift the handset as usual to speak to the caller. You can also answer calls by
pressing the “Microphone” key and leaving the handset on-hook.
Moreover, you can answer calls for other parties (call pickup).
Someone calls you
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An incoming call is indicated in three ways:
–acoustically, via the loudspeaker
–visually, by flashing of the LED next to the
handset
–visually, by the bell in the symbol line of
the display.
In addition, a corresponding message appears in the display.
If the call is external, and the number is
stored in the telephone book, then the
name also appears in the display.
Lift the handset to answer the call. You are
then connected with the caller.
Note:
Any call that you do not answer will be
entered in the call list (→ p. 28).
However, if ”Second call” has been set to
”Off”, additional calls will not be stored in
the list.
You can deactivate the normal ringing if
you do not wish to be disturbed. A call will
then be indicated by only one short tone.
The visual indications cannot be turned off.
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Receiving calls
Answering calls A
Someone else is called (picking up calls)
You can also answer calls for other subscribers within your telephone system on
your phone.
Enter the respective call number when the
other terminal rings.
'Call pick–up
Enter
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Select the menu item “Call pick–up”.
Confirm the selection by pressing “Enter”.
This transfers the call to your telephone.
The call is signaled on your phone
as described above.
You can now answer the call.
Receiving calls
Requesting info message
If voicemail is set up in your system, callers can leave info messages for you just
like on an answering machine. You can request these info messages by calling.
Call forwarding all calls to the voicemail
Select the menu item “Call forwarding”.
Menu
'Call forwarding
Enter the internal call number which has
been set up in your telephone system for
the voicemail, e.g. 4041).
Enter
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Press the “Enter” key to activate call forwarding onto the speech memory.
To confirm this, the LED display illuminates.
There is now a “+” in front of call forwarding in the display, and call forwarding is
also displayed in the status display.
All calls will now be diverted to voicemail.
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Receiving calls
Requesting info message A
Listening to info messages
In the standby display you will see the
symbol for “Info messages”. There is a
message for you in the voicemail.
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Menu
Enter
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Select the “Message” submenu.
Press “Enter”.
Select the desired message type from the
list.
The info messages will be displayed.
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Lift the handset to listen to the info messages.
Note:
The message symbol is only displayed if
the mailbox or voice mail contains a message which you have not yet read. As soon
as you read or listen to a message, the
symbol disappears. The message is not
deleted, however.
Removing call forwarding to voicemail
Select the menu item “Call forwarding”.
Menu
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±
Enter
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Select the active call forwarding from
(e.g. 4041). It is identified by a “+”.
Press the “Enter” key.
The LED display no longer illuminates and
the “+” disappears.
Call forwarding is now switched off for voicemail.
Receiving calls
Store all callers (Talk list)
The talk list stores the numbers of all subscribers who called you and who you actually talked to (max. 10). The most recent entry always appears in the first position.
You can retrieve and, if required, immediately dial specific call numbers. Call numbers from the talk list can easily be reallocated to your telephone book.
Displaying talk list and dialing
...
'Display talk list
Talk list
Entries 2↓
300
10:32
Zipp
9:28
+ or
–
Enter
Date 09.07.98
10:32↓
Call number: 300
Dial
+ or
'Dial
–
Select the desired menu item and press
“Enter”.
A list of all entries in the talk list appears.
The subscriber and time are displayed at
the end of the list.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the
list.
If you have selected an entry from the list,
press “Enter” for more details on that entry.
The information shown at the left appears in
your display.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the
list.
Scroll to display additional menu items (Dial,
Next entry, Reallocate, Delete, Delete all,
Return).
Select the “Dial” menu item and press “Enter” to dial the call number.
You can now use the telephone as usual.
Note:
You can delete entries from the
call list at any time.
If a call number in the telephone book is
assigned a name, this name is displayed in
the talk list.
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Receiving calls
Store all callers (Talk list) A
Adding a call number to the telephone book
SSS
Select the desired entry as described
above.
Select the “Reallocate” menu item and
'Reallocate
press “Enter” to add the call number into
the telephone book.
The call number is then stored in the telephone book.
Deactivating the talk list
If you do not wish to use the talk list, you
can have it deactivated by your Bosch Service.
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Receiving calls
Receiving minimail (Mailbox)
The mailbox is a call list for texts. Here, callers can leave up to 10 short minimails.
The display will show you whenever you have received a new minimail.
View mailbox
The envelope symbol appears in the idle
display indicating that you have received a
minimail message.
14.05.96 11:11
Menu
Mess..
'Message:
'Mailbox
Mailbox Entries 2
↓
Call a taxi please Mey...
2 cup(s) of tea! Tim...
+ or
–
Date : 14.05.96 17:27 ↓
Call number: 31
Name : Timmermann
'Next entry
'Delete
'Delete all
–
Select the “Message” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the “Mailbox” menu item and press
“Enter”.
A list of incoming Minimails is displayed.
The “Message” symbol disappears once
you have viewed all entries in the list.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the
list.
Press the “Enter” key to select the desired
entry. The message and the call number
and name of the sender are shown on the
display.
Scrolling:
Select the option ”Next entry”.
The next entry is displayed.
Delete entry:
Select the option ”Delete”. The entry is deleted and the next entry will be displayed
automatically.
Delete all entries:
Select ”Delete all”.
The current contents of the mailbox will be
deleted.
Note:
Even if there is no new message you can
view the mailbox at any time.
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During a call
Monitoring
You can listen to a call partner via the loudspeaker of your telephone.
Listening to your partner over the loudspeaker
You are making a call.
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↓
Press the “Monitor” key to activate the
loudspeaker.
You and your call partner will hear two
short tones to signal that the loudspeaker
has been activated.
You hear the other party over the loudspeaker. A small loudspeaker symbol appears in the first line of the display.
Note:
Always inform your call partner that you
are activating the loudspeaker!
You must speak into the microphone of
your handset for your call partner to hear
you.
Deactivating:
Press the “Monitoring” key again to turn off
the loudspeaker.
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During a call
Handsfree
You can listen to a caller through the loudspeaker, as well as make calls when the
handset is on–hook.
During the call, you can adjust the loudspeaker volume and the handsfree
sensitivity.
Important notes on handsfree mode
Do not install the telephone in bare, reverberating rooms or in rooms with loud background noises. These noises might impair
handsfree operation.
If you are disturbed by noises, simply lift
the handset and continue your conversation as usual.
Please make sure that the handsfree microphone at the bottom of the telephone is
not covered by any objects. Do not place
the telephone on a soft base where it might
sink in.
The handsfree microphone and loudspeaker are voice controlled, meaning your telephone always clears the direction from
which the strongest acoustic signals originate. The other direction is suppressed.
You should therefore never speak while
your call partner is speaking. Otherwise
parts of your conversation may not be
transmitted.
The following rule applies: Whoever is
speaking cannot hear!
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During a call
Handsfree A
Using the telephone with the handset on–hook (handsfree mode)
You are on the phone.
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Press the “Handsfree mode” key.
You and your call partner hear two short
tones, which indicate that you have activated “Handsfree mode”.
Note:
Always tell your call partner that you have
activated handsfree mode!
You will then hear your call partner through
the loudspeaker on your phone.
You can now replace the handset. The
symbols for loudspeaker and microphone
appear in the first line of the display.
Ending the call:
Press the “Handsfree mode” key.
Deactivating handsfree mode:
If you want to continue the conversation
using the handset: Lift the handset.
Note:
The quality of the handsfree call can be
impaired if
– the background noises in the room are
too loud,
– the transmission lines are highly attenuated (this can occur, for example, with
analogue external connections),
– if a strong echo is generated on the line
during long–distance calls.
If any of these occur, lift the handset to
continue the call undisturbed.
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During a call
Changing settings during a call
To improve the quality of a connection, you can change the settings of your telephone during a call. These settings are only retained for the duration of the call.
Changing settings during a call
You are on the phone.
Your display may appear as shown at the
left.
±
5597 BERT
+
or
–
'Volume↓
You can use the arrow keys to select and
modify the functions described below.
Adjusting the volume
Select the “Volume” menu item and press
“Enter”.
Handset 1...4
↓
The current settings are displayed. You can
modify the settings for handset, microphone and loudspeaker.
Loudsp. 1..8
µ
For the best handsfree operation, keep the
volume of the loudspeaker as low as possible.
Hands–free 1..4
µ
e.g.
3
Select the desired function, e. g. “Handsfree”.
Press the “Release” key to return to normal
call mode without making any changes.
Enter a digit between 1 and 4 to adapt the
setting to current conditions.
You can set the following stages for handsfree mode:
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During a call
Changing settings during a call "
Enter
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– Stage 1: Medium setting (volume between levels 2 and 3)
– Stage 2: Long–distance call, “quiet” connection
– Stage 3: Internal call, “loud” connection,
purely digital connection
– Stage 4: Extra loudspeaker (-)
Note:
The fourth stage should be used exclusively for handsfree mode with an auxiliary
loudspeaker (-).
For handsfree mode, select
– if you are using the built–in loudspeaker:
the 1st to the 3rd stage;
– if you are using an extra loudspeaker
(-): the 4th stage, or the 3rd stage if
your call partner informs you that the
transmission quality is not optimal.
Press “Enter” to apply the changes and return to the normal call mode.
During a call
Changing settings during a call A
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Modifying the display
You can conceal the name and call number
of your call partner in the display.
The alphanumeric characters are then replaced by “*”.
Press “Enter” to conceal this information.
Press “Enter” once more to display it again
in clear text.
Trapping a call
A few conditions must be met by the phone
system and network provider before this
function can be used. Please contact your
Bosch Service if you have any questions.
Deactivating the microphone
Select the “Microphone Off/On” menu item.
Both microphones (handsfree equipment
and handset) are turned off.
The corresponding symbol then appears in
the display.
Your call partner will not be able to hear
what is being said in the room.
Re–activating the microphone
Select the “Microphone Off/On” menu item
again.
The symbol in the display disappears.
Tone dial
Menu “DTMF off” or “DTMF on”. For subsequent tone dialing, such as with Telebanking.
Adding a call number to the telephone
book
Select “Reallocate” to add the contents of
the display into your telephone book.
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During a call
Additional call during an existing call
You can accept or refuse an additional call (call–waiting) during a connection.
Accepting a second call
±
5597 BERT
Interchange
Enter
↓
5511 VOGT
You receive a second call while you are on
the phone.
You hear an alerting tone, and the bell
symbol flashes.
Press the “Interchange” function key.
You see the name and call number of the
second caller.
Press the “Enter” key to be connected to
the second caller.
The flashing handset symbol indicates that
the first caller is waiting and can hear nothing of your conversation.
You can now:
– refuse the second call,
– change between both call partners (→
Page 50),
– forward the caller (→ Page
LEERER MERKER).
Alternating between first and second callers
Press the “Interchange” function key if you
want to alternate between both call partInterchange
ners.
Refusing the second call
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Select the “Refuse call” menu item.
The caller then hears the busy signal.
Note:
Your telephone can only receive additional
calls if you have not activated the “Second
call off” menu item.
During a call
Additional call during an existing call A
During a call, you can accept a second call and forward it to a subscriber within your
telephone system. Afterwards you will be automatically re–connected with your first
call partner.
Forwarding a second caller
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Interchange
Enter
5511 VOGT
↓
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SAMM
5573 SAMM
↓
Transfer call
You receive a second call while you are on
the phone.
You hear an alerting tone, and the bell
symbol flashes.
Press the “Interchange” function key.
You see the name and call number of the
second caller.
Press the “Enter” key to be connected to
the second caller.
The flashing handset symbol indicates that
the first caller is waiting and can hear nothing of your conversation.
To forward the caller:
Press the “Refer back” key to initiate the
consultation.
Enter the number of the subscriber to
whom you want to forward the call, e. g.
press a partner key.
You can now announce the call. Both
handset symbols flash. Your first call partner is waiting.
Transferring the call:
Press the “Transfer call” function key.
Both subscribers will be connected to each
other, and you can continue your original
call.
Note:
A second caller cannot be connected to the
original call partner.
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During a call
Several calls simultaneously
You can alternate between conversations with several callers. You can switch back
and forth among these parties as desired.
Connections to a maximum of four parties can be established
simultaneously.
Initiating a consultation
You are on the phone.
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5587 BERT
Press the “Refer back” key to initiate the
consultation.
Enter the number of the subscriber whom
you want to consult.
You can then speak with the refer–back
subscriber. Your first call partner is waiting.
Note:
Your telephone can be set up in such a
way that you only need to press the partner
key to consult a partner (→ Page 74).
An additional consultation is not possible
during this call.
Alternating between both call partners (mediate)
Press the “Refer back” key.
R
5432 BOTT
50
↓
You have thus switched to the other call
partner. The current call partner is shown in
the display.
The flashing handset in the symbol line indicates that a call partner is in consultation.
Forwarding:
Replace the handset. Both subscribers are
then connected to each other.
Note:
You cannot set up any more consultations
for an already existing consultation.
During a call
Several calls simultaneously "
Conference: You can speak simultaneously to a consultation subscriber and an
original–call subscriber.
One conference participant can be placed on hold so that you can speak with the
other subscriber alone.
Speaking simultaneously with two call partners (conference)
You are on the phone.
R
Press the “Refer back” key to initiate the
consultation.
Enter the number of the consultation subscriber.
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↓
'Conference
5432 BOTT
↓
When the consultation subscriber answers,
you can initiate the conference call.
Select the “Conference” menu item and
press “Enter”.
The conference call is shown in the display.
All subscribers can speak to each other
directly.
Speaking with just one conference subscriber
'Interchange users
Within a conference, it is always possible to
consult alone with the subscriber shown in
the display.
If the consulted subscriber is not displayed,
select the “Interchange users” menu item.
R
5544 BAUM
↓
'Conference
Press the “Refer back” key.
You can now speak alone with the desired
subscriber. The other subscribers are placed on hold.
Select the “Conference” menu item to
speak with both subscribers again.
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During a call
Several calls simultaneously A
You can drop out of the conference and simultaneously connect both other subscribers to each other.
A conference can be conducted with external as well as internal subscribers.
Ending a conference
You are holding a conference with two call
partners.
Press the “Release” key.
The conference is then ended.
Connecting conference participants with each other
Replace the handset.
You are then cut out of the conference.
Both other conference participants are connected to each other.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Using the phone in a partner group
Your BOSCH TELECOM service representative can connect up to 8 telephones to
form a partner group. A number of functions are particularly easy to use within this
partner group.
The display provides you with information on the activities of every partner.
Information on the partner display
"
Your partner has activated a call diversion.
A
A call diversion to this partner has been activated.
A
Partner display or partner beep has been activated.
or
This symbol only appears while you are setting up the partner beep!
Select A if you prefer normal ringing or A if you prefer the alerting tone.
Flashes alternately with partner display: Partner is called.
Flashes alternately with partner display: Partner for whom a call diversion
/A
was activated is called.
Flashes alternately with partner display: Partner is called by two different
parties simultaneously.
Partner is making a call.
Flashes alternately with partner display: Partner is busy and receives additional call.
Calling partners
FULL
Press the desired partner key.
e.g.
Dial.
The call number is dialed.
Answering a call for a partner
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A partner phone rings. The corresponding
partner display flashes.
Press the partner key.
e.g.
The call is diverted to your phone. It rings.
You can now accept the call.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner functions
You can divert calls to partners and have calls to your partners simultaneously signaled on your phone (partner beep).
Diverting calls from one partner to another
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
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“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
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If you have not yet programmed a partner
call diversion, the display contains: Diversion not programmed.
If a partner call diversion is already programmed in your telephone, it is displayed
with the status on/off.
1. Press the partner key of the partner to
be diverted.
2. Press the partner key of the partner to
receive the diverted call.
The “Store” function now appears in the
display. Press “Enter” to save the call diversion.
Note:
The partner call diversion is now only prepared. It still has to be activated or deactivated with the following step.
Switching diversion on and off
'Partnersµ
'Partner div. onµ
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the “Partner div. on” menu item and
press “Enter”.
The partner call diversion is now activated.
Diversion 243 to 211 on±
Repeat this step to switch partner call diversion off again. “Partner div. off” is then
displayed.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner functions A
Setting partner beep
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'Set partner beepµ
Partner beep
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Partner beep is an acoustic signal from
your phone which indicates that a partner
is receiving a call. You can set partner
beep individually for each partner.
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the “Set partner beep” menu item
and press “Enter”.
The current settings for each partner are
shown in the display. The characters indicate that a call made to that partner is
acoustically signalled on your telephone.
A(large triangle:) normal ringing
A(small triangle:) partner beep
no triangle:
no signaling
Press the associated partner key for each
partner repeatedly until the desired partner
beep is set.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner functions A
You can assign your partner keys to any of the 10 function keys below the display.
If you do not need any information on a particular partner, you can deactivate the
partner display for that partner.
Moving partners to other destination keys
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
'Partners
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the “Set partner pos.” menu item
'Set partner pos.
and press “Enter”.
Press the corresponding partner keys:
e.g.
X: Partner that is to be moved to another
key.
X
Y
Y: Partner or destination key that is to be
reprogrammed.
The partner is assigned a new key.
Moving partners to the DSS module Select the desired menu item.
'Partner on DSS module
The partners are transferred to the upper
row of keys on the DSS module in their
current order. The red LED on the DSS
module indicates the status.
on:
busy
flashes slowly: call
flashes quickly: second call
If destinations are currently stored on the
keys of the DSS module, they are not
available as long as they are being used as
partner keys.
Deactivating the partner display
Menu
'Partners
Select the desired menu item.
'Set partner display.
FULL
e.g.
Press the desired partner key(s). The black
triangle will disappear.
Activate partner display:
Press the partner key again.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner groups
Your BOSCH TELECOM service representative can connect extensions in your
system to form groups. You can choose any of these group extensions to create
your own partner group. You can also restrict the status display of your phone on
the phones of your partners.
Creating a partner group
'Partners
'Expand partner group
Note:
The call numbers of the extensions in the
partner group must be set up by your
Bosch service representative.
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the menu item “Expand partner
group”.
Enter the call number or the extension that
you wish to add to your partner group (can
be more than one).
Reducing a partner group
'Partners
'Reduce group
e. g.
VÖLL
'Delete
Select the “Partners” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Select the “Reduce group” menu item and
press “Enter”.
Press the partner key for the partner you
would like to remove from the group, e. g.
“Völl”.
Use the cursor key to select the “Delete”
menu item.
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Using the phone in a partner group
Setting up partner groups A
Restricting partner signaling-
Menu
'Restr.
'Partners
signaling
Note:
This function must be enabled by the
Bosch Service.
Select the “Partners” menu item.
Select the “Restrict signaling” menu item.
The partners can no longer see in their displays whether you are making a call, being
called, using call diversion, etc.
Allowing partner signaling
Menu
'Allow
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'Partners
signaling
Select the “Partners” menu item.
Select the “Allow signaling” menu item.
The partners can no longer see in their displays whether you are making a call, being
called, using call diversion, etc.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Call numbers in the telephone book – overview
You can store all call numbers and destination key assignments in your local telephone book. In addition, you can tag entries, e.g. for data connections or the VIP
function. Use the arrow keys to scroll through the menu items. Press the “Enter” key
to change a particular setting.
A summary of the menus and settings
Press the ”Telephone book” key to call up
your electronic telephone book.
Local TB search*
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
Enter
A list of local telephone book
entries appears.
Select the desired entry
using the arrow keys.
Enter
–Dial
–Correct
–
Free 266'Continue main TB
Modify entry
New entry
Display lists
A list of local telephone book
entries appears.
Select the desired entry
using the arrow keys.
Enter
Enter
Enter
'Edit
Delete*
Free xxx
Enter
Enter
Name:
Call number:
Allocate:
(see box)
Store
Store + continue
(Select the desired
allocation using:)
Enter
Allocate:
TB
All entries
Partners
Notes
Destination keys
VIP number
Emerg.no. + own no.
Tel. book only
Note
Destination 1..20
Own call number
Minitel
Indiv.emerg.dest.
* only available for local entries
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book
You can store all call numbers in your local telephone book. You can store call numbers contained in the main telephone book in your local telephone book.
Entering new call numbers
Call up the telephone book.
Local TB search
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
–
Free xxx
'New entry
Name
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
Allocat: 'Tel. book only
Enter
Allocat: 'Tel. book only
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TB
'Store
TB
'Store + Continue
The display shows the search mode of the
local telephone book.
Select the “New entry” menu item and
press “Enter”.
Enter the desired information for this
subscriber:
– Name (max. 17 characters),
– Call number (max. 24 characters).
Store call number:
Select the menu item “Allocate”.
Default setting: “Telephone book entry
only”. You can now decide how the new
call number is to be assigned.
Press the “Enter” key to display another
assignment.
For example, select “Telephone book entry
only” if you wish to enter the call number in
your telephone book.
Select “Store” and press “Enter”.
The call number is now stored in the telephone book. Your display returns to idle
status.
or:
Select “Store + Continue” to make additional telephone book entries. Your display
then continues on to the “Name” menu item
(see above).
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Storing call numbers in the telephone book "
You “note” the call number of your partner during a call. You store a number in the
redial memory on a destination key. The previously stored destination is overwritten
and the new number is stored in the telephone book. You store your own number so
that it appears on the display.
Storing a call number as a note
You are making a call and wish to note the
call number of your partner.
SSS
Allocate:
Telephone book
'Note
'Store
Open your telephone book and select the
menu item “Allocate”.
Select “Note” to store the call number in
your telephone book as a note.
Save the entry. The number is now stored
in your telephone book. You can subsequently display all notes on your phone.
Reallocating a redial number
–
1: 073211348 'Reallocate
You can reallocate call numbers from the
redial memory to the telephone book.
Press the “Redial” key repeatedly until the
desired call number is displayed (max. 5
call numbers in redial memory).
Select the “Reallocate” menu item and
press “Enter”.
The call number is transferred from the redial memory to the telephone book. You
can then edit the entry (e.g. add a name,
etc.).
Storing an emergency number, your own number or a data destination
SSS
Enter the new call number.
Select the desired setting for the menu
Allo..'Indiv.emerg.dest.
item “Allocate”, e.g. “Individual emergency
number”.
Press the destination key that is to be assigned the emergency number.
Telephone book
'Store
Store the entry.
The emergency number is now stored on
the respective destination key.
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book "
You can store call numbers directly on a destination key. This can be accomplished
in two ways.
Storing call numbers on destination keys
Note:
This option cannot be selected if “Direct
dial:Dest.” has been activated.
Press the desired destination key.
if req.
Destination free
'Edit
SSS
Allocate:'Tel. book only
Enter
Alloc.'Destination 1..20
if req.
Telephone book
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'Store
Select the menu item ”Edit” to enter the call
number in your telephone book. Any information already stored under this destination key appears on the display.
Note:
The second level of destination keys can
only be assigned functions.
or:
Enter the call number.
Select the menu item “Allocate”.
Press the “Enter” key to display another
assignment.
Select “Allocate: Destination 1...20” if you
wish to store the call number on a destination key.
Change the destination key level, if necessary.
Press the destination key that is to be assigned this number.
Note:
If the destination key has already been assigned a call number, this number will be
overwritten when the new number is
saved. The previous number is then stored
as a “Telephone book entry only”.
Save the entry in your telephone book.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Storing call numbers in the telephone book "
You can store additional information such as code dialing numbers and team functions on your phone if these functions have been activated by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
The corresponding menu items are tagged with a small box.
Displaying entries
Call up the telephone book.
Free ***
'Display lists
Telephone'Destination keys
Select the menu item “Display lists”.
You can now select the list of entries you
wish to display.
Select the desired list, e.g. “Destination
keys”. All entries stored on the destination
keys now appear on the display.
Modifying entries
Call up the telephone book.
Local TB search
↓
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
e.g.
Free***
' NICHOLLS
NORRIS
...
N
'Modify entry
1234
987654
↓
Enter
You can now search for the desired entry
(storing call numbers → p. 60).
Enter the first letter of the desired name.
Note:
You can restrict the search: Enter a sequence of consecutive letters contained in
the desired name.
You can also search using wildcards. “*Q“
searches for all entries that contain the letter “Q”.
Select the menu item “Modify entry”.
The display contains all entries that begin
with this letter.
Select the required entry.
Press the “Enter” key.
You may now change the entry.
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book "
This section contains an overview of all of the menu items that you will need to use
the telephone book.
Accept entry
To store an entry from the main telephone book in your private telephone
book.
All entries
All telephone book entries are displayed in alphabetical order.
Allocate
Select an assignment for the call number.
Allocation
Select an assignment for the call number.
Attribute You can determine the type of call you wish to make, e.g. “normal call” or
“announcement”.
The function “Get VIP functions” must be enabled for the called party in
order to use the attributes.
Normal call: Normal call (default setting).
Announcement: Team function; you can make an announcement.
Announcement with acknowledge: Team function; you can make an announcement and the other team party can answer.
Text if busy: Team function; you can send a message to the busy team
party.
Call list: ECL in
Enter the external line code that is entered in your call list with the calls.
Call list: ECL out
Enter the external code that you normally use for external calls.
Call number:
Enter the call number. The call numbers of partners cannot be modified.
Call with data Only subscribers that have been entered with “Yes” can set up a data connection with your terminal.
Code dial destination If you enter “Yes”, the system interprets the number as a code dial number.
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book "
Continue main TB You can search for an entry in your system’s main telephone book using
this menu item.
Data destination
If you enter “Yes”, the number can be used to set up data connections.
Delete
The selected entry is deleted from the phone book.
Note: You cannot delete partner entries.
Destination
Assignment: The call number is stored on a destination key. Press the corresponding destination key.
Destination keys
All entries assigned to a destination key are shown on the display.
Display lists
Displays the entries in your telephone book according to their respective
assignment.
DSS destinations Assignment: The call number is stored on a DSS module key.
DSS priority destinations Assignment: The call number is stored on a DSS module key. Handsfree
mode is automatically activated on your telephone when you press the direct call key.
The ”No knocking” function is ignored when you make a call using a direct
call key. You can speak to the called party even if the line is busy. Press the
direct call key again.
Edit
To store a call number on a destination key and to modify an entry.
Emerg. no + own no.
Your personal emergency number(s) and your own number are displayed.
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book A
Indiv. emerg. dest.
Assignment: The call number that you store as the emergency number can
also be dialed when the phone is locked. Press the corresponding destination key.
Modify entry
You can modify the entry, e.g. enter a new call number for an existing
name.
Name
Enter the name.
New entry
You can enter a new call number in the telephone book.
Note
Assignment: Call number is entered as a note during a call. Notes can be
listed separately in the telephone book. You can also dial any call number
contained in the note.
Notes
All entries stored as notes are shown on the display.
Own call number
Assignment: You can store your own call number so that it is shown on the
display.
Partner
All entries assigned to a partner key are shown on the display.
Store
Store your input.
Store + continue
You can store the most recent entry and immediately enter another one.
Tel. book only
Assignment: The call number is stored in the telephone book only. It is not
assigned to a key.
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Storing call numbers in the telephone book A
VIP number
All VIP numbers are displayed.
VIP number The call number is stored as a VIP number. If you have set the menu item
“Get VIP functions” to “Authorized users”, only authorized VIP numbers can
use VIP functions on your phone.
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Diverting calls
You can divert calls to other extensions in your system.
You can activate a second call diversion destination to divert calls only when your
line is busy. You can set up two diversions for partners to divert the calls for a partner to your phone.
Setting up call diversion
Menu
'Call diversion
↓
Div. from
↓
Div.
Enter
'Div.3315↓
Status
Select the menu item “Call diversion”.
You can choose one of the following three
options:
Div.:
Call diversion to other
phones within your system,
Div. from: Call diversion from a
partner to your phone,
Div. busy: Call diversion when
your line is busy.
Select the desired menu item, e.g. “Div.”.
Enter the call number of the desired diversion destination.
Press the “Enter” key to activate the call
diversion.
The LED should illuminate.
The status message in the display contains
the currently active call diversion.
Note:
You can set up several call diversion destinations by filling in several lines and accepting the input with the menu item “End”.
Deactivating call diversion
Menu
'Call diversion
Div. 3315
↓
Enter
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Select the active call diversion.
This number is tagged with a “+” symbol.
Press the “Enter” key.
The LED goes out and the “+” symbol disappears.
The call diversion is no longer active.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Answering calls at another telephone (Follow me)
You can activate a call diversion for your telephone at other telephones. This
function is activated and deactivated by means of codes. Please ask your BOSCH
TELECOM service representative for the codes valid for your system.
Prepare Follow me at your own telephone
Lift the handset.
*
1
3
Press the ”star” key and enter the code,
e.g. ”13”.
Replace handset. Your telephone is now
prepared.
Activate Follow me at the remote telephone
At the remote telephone: lift handset.
*
1
4
e.g. 6
3
Press the ”star” key and enter the code,
e.g. ”14”.
Dial your own call number, e.g. „63“.
Replace handset. All calls to your telephone will now be diverted to the remote
telephone.
Deactivate Follow me
On your own telephone:
Lift the handset.
#
1
3
#
1
4
e.g. 6
3
Press the ”hash” key and enter the code,
e.g. ”13”.
Replace handset. Follow me has now been
deactivated.
At the remote telephone:
Lift the handset.
Press the ”hash” key and enter the code,
e.g. ”14”.
Dial your own call number, e.g. ”63”.
Replace handset.
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Double Call
Your telephone and another telephone ring simultaneously for the same call.
Double Call is set, activated and deactivated by means of particular codes.
Setting Double Call destination
Lift the handset.
e.g.
*
3
3
##
Press the “Star” key and enter the code
“33”.
Enter the call number of your Double Call
destination (e. g. 6245).
Press the “Hash” key.
Replace the handset. Your Double Call destination is now set.
Activating Double Call
Lift the handset.
*
3
4
Press the “Star” key and enter the code
“34”.
Replace the handset. Your Double Call destination is now activated.
Deactivating Double Call
Lift the handset.
#
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3
4
Press the “Hash” key and enter the code
“34”.
Replace the handset. Your Double Call destination is now deactivated.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Programming function keys
You can assign frequently used functions to the programmable function keys. These
functions can be carried out by simply pressing the corresponding key.
A complete overview can be found on page p. 100.
Setting function keys
Menu
'Function keysµ
Press funct.- key
±
Note:
If necessary, press the “Destinations” key
to change the destination key level.
A partner key cannot be assigned a function.
Press the corresponding key.
if req.
Fx:
Select the “Function keys” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
You will be prompted to select the key to
which you want to assign a new function.
'Second callµ
Enter
Select the desired function,
e.g. “Second call”.
Press the “Enter” key. The function
“Second call” is now stored on the corresponding key.
Note:
If a key already has an assigned function,
the old function will be overwritten by the
new one.
Functions assigned to the function keys
can no longer be called up via the menu.
Clearing a function key
Fx:
'Function key free↓
To erase the current function key
assignment, select the function
“Function key free”.
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Setting up macro functions
You can assign macro functions consisting of various steps to the function keys of
your telephone. In this way you can, for example, activate and deactivate a fixed
call diversion by means of a single keystroke.
Assigning a macro to a function key
'Set up macro
DIV1 32
↓
–
Select the “Set up macro” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
The desired function appears on the display. Each function can be set up twice.
Select the desired function.
Call diversion:
Enter the call number to which you wish to
divert your calls. To do this, you can also
press a destination key.
Call pickup:
Enter the call number of the telephone from
which to pick up calls on your telephone.
To do this, you can also press a destination
key.
Partner diversion (PDV1, PDV2):
–Enter two partners to set up simple partner diversion.
–Enter three partners to set up partner diversion with two destinations.
Enter
Confirm your input.
Press the key to which you wish to assign
the macro function.
Fx:
'DIV1
Enter
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Select the desired macro function, e.g.
”Call diversion 1“.
Confirm your input.
The macro function is now stored on the
corresponding key.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Setting up macro functions A
Reset function key
'Set up macro
– or
Fx:
Enter
'Function key free↑
Select the “Set up macro” menu item in the
“Further functions” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Press the “Enter” key again.
Press the function key which you would
like to reset.
Select the “Function key free” menu item.
The key is then reset, and the associated
display text is empty.
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Setting the telephone
You can set up your phone for your own individual needs, e.g. you can block internal calls to your phone.
Setting the telephone
Menu
'Further functions:
Menu
'Specifications
Get VIP functions
Key beep
On↓
Off
Enter
Key beep
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On
Select the “Further functions” menu item
and press “Enter”.
Select the desired menu item for the standard settings of your phone.
The display contains all standard settings
you can modify.
The following basic settings are available:
–Second call
off/on
–Ext. no. display
on/off
–Mode of operation standard/simple/softkey
fast/medium/slow
–Tone dialing next
–Auto. postdial/DTMF
on/off
–Key beep
off/on
Select the function whose settings you
wish to modify, e.g. “Key beep”.
Press the “Enter” key to activate the call
list.
The setting is accepted.
You may now repeat this procedure for
other settings.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Turning off autom. postdialing (DTMF)
Your telephone has been factory-set so that while connected all key depressions
can be sent as tones. That way you can transfer information, for example in home
banking (ex. PIN). The postdialed numbers will not be displayed and will not be
entered in the redial memory.
You are on the phone.
All keys (0 through 9, Star and Hash)
which you press during the connection are
transmitted as tones.
Deactivating automatic postdialing (DTMF)
Choose the desired menu item for the baMenu
'Specifications
sic settings of your telephone.
Receive VIP functionsOn↓
Autom. postdialing (DTMF)
On
Enter
Autom. postdialing (DTMF)
Off
Autom. postdialing (DTMF)
Off
Enter
Autom. postdialing (DTMF)
On
In the display all basic settings which you
can change are shown.
Select the menu item “Automatic postdialing DTMF”.
Press the “Enter” key to switch off DTMF.
The setting is stored.
The automatic subsequent tone dial is now
switched off.
Activating DTMF:
Select the menu item “Automatic postdialing DTMF”.
Press the “Enter” key to switch on DTMF.
The setting is stored.
The automatic subsequent tone dial is now
switched on.
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Switching on key beep
Every key depression can be signalled by a beep tone (key beep).
Turning on key beep
Menu
'Specifications
Receive VIP functionsOff↓
Key beep
Off
Enter
Key beep
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Off
Choose the desired menu item for the basic setting of your telephone.
In the display all basic settings which you
can change are shown.
Select the menu item “Key beep”.
Press the “Enter” key to turn a function on.
For confirmation, you hear key beep when
switching on.
The setting is stored.
Key beep is now turned on.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Handsfree equipment You can connect KonfTel Cu100/AEI handsfree equipment to the AEI interface of
your telephone.
Connecting handsfree equipment
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'Specifications
Receive VIP functionsOff↓
Headset present
AEI operation
AT
Y ETSI AT
Plug the connecting cable of the handsfree
equipment into the AEI interface on the underside of your telephone.
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the menu item for your phone’s basic settings.
In the display all basic settings which you
can change are shown.
Select the “Headset present” menu item
and set the menu item to “AEI”.
Select the “AEI operation” menu item and
set the menu item to “Y to ETSI & AT”.
The settings are saved.
Now the handsfree equipment is properly
connected.
Note:
The telephone’s internal handsfree operation is now turned off.
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Handsfree equipment A
If your telephone possesses comfort handsfree equipment, handsfree talking, when
switched on, will automatically be set to your surroundings by a measuring signal. If
your call partner informs you of a less than optimal transmission quality, you can
use the balancing at any time manually.
Using the handsfree equipment
Press the “Handsfree” key to switch to
handsfree mode during a call.
Press the key again to switch it off.
Operating the handsfree equipment from the telephone
You can adjust the volume of the handsfree
equipment—as well as switch the microphone on or off—from the telephone.
Press the “Handsfree mode” key.
–
Dialhhhh
'Volume
'Loudsp. 1...8
'Hands–free 1...4
Use the “down arrow” to select the “Volume” menu item and press “Enter”.
Loudspeaker volume:
Press the number keys 1..8;
1: quiet; 8: loud;
Microphone sensitivity
Press the number keys 1..4;
1: low microphone sensitivity;
4: high microphone sensitivity;
Deactivating the handsfree microphone
If you want to consult your colleagues in
your office during a call with the handsfree
equipment, you can temporarily turn off
your telephone’s microphone.
Use the “down arrow” key to select the“Mi– 317 'Microphone Off/On
crophone Off/On” menu item during the
call.
Enter
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Press the “Enter” to turn the microphone off
(or back on).
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Handsfree with auxiliary loudspeaker
-
You can connect an auxiliary loudspeaker to your telephone. This will improve
handsfree mode.
Connecting the auxiliary loudspeaker
Plug connection
AEI interface to
the underside of the
telephone
XY
Z
AEI
Pull the connector from the telephone’s
AEI-Z-interface.
Note:
Make sure you keep your connector so that
you can deactivate the auxiliary loudspeaker should it be necessary.
Connect the auxiliary loudspeaker with the
AEI-Z-interface of your telephone.
Place the auxiliary loudspeaker at a distance of at least 80cm from your telephone; in doing so, you will avoid disturbing echoes.
Set auxiliary loudspeaker
Menu 'acoustics+contrast
Loudsp. 1..8
Select the menu item “Acoustics+contrast”.
The current settings are displayed.
Select the smallest possible setting for the
loudspeaker volume. Handsfree talking
then functions at its best.
Set the volume of the loudspeaker by entering a number from 1 to 8.
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Handsfree talking with auxiliary loudspeaker "
Tag the menu item “Handsfree”.
Handsfree 1..4
talking
Enter the number “4”.
Enter
Press “Enter” key in order to confirm the
new setting.
In doing so, the new settings are stored.
Note:
If your call partner informs you of a less
than optimal transmission quality, you can
switch back the handsfree talking one level.
Deactivate auxiliary loudspeaker
Connector
AEI interface to the
underside of the
telephone
XY
Z
AEI
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Pull the auxiliary loudspeaker plug from the
telephone’s AEI-Z-interface.
Plug the connector into the telephone’s
AEI-Z-interface. The internal loudspeaker
is hence activated again.
Set handsfree talking in the menu “Setting
acoustics + contrast” (→ p.
LEERER MERKER).
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Displaying call charges
Call charges incurred since the last deletion are stored and accumulated.
You can display the total and delete the display.
You can reset the meter for the displayed calls and the total (if enabled by your
BOSCH TELECOM service representative).
Displaying call charges
'Call charges
Menu
Last call charges ↓
0000.92
0001.84
Call sum
00046.46↓
Select the desired menu item.
You can display the charges for the last
two calls
or
the charges for all calls or data connections.
Activating/deactivating charge display
Menu
'Call charges
Select the desired menu item.
'Disable charges
Select the menu item “Disable charges”.
The telephone system no longer informs
you of incurred charges.
Reset call charge account 'Delete charges
↑
Select the desired menu item.
Press the “Arrow down” key.
The charge display for the corresponding
call is deleted.
Note:
If you wish to delete the charge total for all
calls, you must have the function enabled
by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
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Displaying call charges A
The incurred charges can be displayed as currency or units. The charges per unit
are transmitted by your system and cannot be changed on your telephone.
You can deactivate the charge display on your telephone.
Switching the charge display to units
Menu
'Call charges
Menu
'Display units
Enter
'Display amount
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The default setting for the charge display is
amount. The charges per unit may deviate
from your specifications depending on the
predefined setting of your telephone system.
Charge display in units:
Select the menu item “Call charges”.
Select the menu item “Display units”.
Press the “Enter” key if you want to switch
the display to units.
The charges are now displayed in units.
Switch charge display back to amount:
Select the “Display amount” menu item.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Adjusting audio and contrast
You can modify various acoustic settings as well as the contrast of the display. Your
telephone retains these settings for all calls.
Adjusting audio and contrast
Menu
'Audio/Contrast
Ringing 1..8
Enter
*
Select the “Audio/Contrast” menu item in
the “Further settings” submenu and press
“Enter”.
Use the number keys to enter the desired
volume from 1 to 8.
For example: ringing.
The following audio/contrast values may be
entered:
–Handset
1...4
–Loudsp.
1...8
–Hands–free
1...4
–Ringing
1...8
–Signal
1...8
–Alerting
1...8
1...8
–Tone rng
1...8
–Tone VIP
–Contrast
1...8
Press the “Enter” key to store.
The settings are then saved.
Note:
To reset a value to the normal setting (work
setting): Press the “Star” key. The current
value will be reset to the pre–set value.
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Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Setting the language
You can select the language in which the menus appear.
You can separately determine the language for the Minimail texts.
The available languages are English, German and French.
Changing the language for the display and Minimail
'Switch language
Select the “Switch language” menu item in
the “Further functions” / “Further settings”
submenu and press “Enter”.
The display shows the languages available
for the display texts.
Language
'German↓
Language
'French↑
Enter
Mail texts
'German↓
Mail texts
'English
Enter
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Select the desired language for the display
texts, e.g. “French”.
Confirm your selection. The display texts
will appear in the chosen language.
The display then shows the languages
available for the Minimail texts.
Note:
If you switch the language of the Minimail
texts, all texts which you have entered or
modified yourself will be reset to the basic
status.
Select the desired language for the Minimail texts, e.g. “English”.
Confirm your selection. The Minimail texts
will then appear in the chosen language.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Entering appointments
You can program your phone to remind you of important appointments.
You can enter up to ten appointments, each of which can be activated and
deactivated individually. Moreover, you can easily define whether you wish to be
reminded only once or every day.
Display appointments
Menu
'Appointments
↓
+10.12.95 15:00
Select the menu item “Appointments”.
All existing appointments are displayed. “+”
indicates that the appointment is active.
You may now enter a new appointment or
select an existing appointment that you
wish to activate/deactivate, modify or
delete.
Entering a new appointment
SSS
'Entry
Call the appointments up on the display.
Select the menu item “Entry”.
Enter the appointment information.
Spec. appointme...'Store↓
Time: 15:00
Date: 17.05.96
Appointment:
↓
Save your appointment.
Choose whether you wish to be reminded
of this appointment only once or daily.
once
–
Scroll downwards to process the further
settings for this appointment. The appointment is automatically set to ”On”.
Enter the desired text.
Text:
↑
ABCD EFGH IJKL MNOP Corr
QRST UVWX YZ
ÄÖÜß ↓
Enter
Status 'Appmt. active
↑
Press the ”Enter” key to store your input.
Your input is stored.
A corresponding message appears on the
idle display.
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Entering appointments A
Signaling
The signal tone is triggered at the specified
time.
This tone stops after a few seconds.
Cancel signal tone:
Press the “Release” key.
This message appears on the idle display.
Appointmt expired
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Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Alternate time zone
You can display the current time in 25 different cities on your phone.
You can choose the time zone upon which the time display of the other cities is
based. The default setting is ”Frankfurt”.
Viewing time zone
Menu
'Alter.time zone
Curr. time zone
Amsterdam
Athens
↓
14:13
15:13
Select the menu item “Alternate time zone”
and press the “Enter” key.
The current time in 25 cities now appears
on the display.
Use the arrow keys to scroll through the
list.
Note:
The time which your telephone displays for
a particular city may not correspond to the
actual time of that city, because the changeover between standard and daylight–savings times varies among from country to
country.
Specifying the time zone
If you wish to display a time zone other
than the pre–set “Frankfurt” time, contact
your Bosch Service to make the change.
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Do not disturb
You can block all incoming internal calls if you do not want to be disturbed by your
phone. Calling parties then hear a busy signal.
If you are a member of a hunt group, you can temporarily withdraw from the group if
you do not want to receive calls.
Do not disturb
'Silence
Menu
Ringing tone
on↓
Enter
Select the “Silence” menu item in the “Further functions” / “Further settings” submenu
and press “Enter”.
You can see which tones—such as ringing
tones—you are able to switch on and off
individually.
The following tones can be switched on
and off:
–Ringing tone
on/off
–Signal tone
on/off
–VIP ringing tone
on/off
Press the “Enter” key to switch the tones
on or off as required.
Withdrawing from a hunt group
Menu
'Specifications
Part of group
On
Part of group
Off
Status Stop group calls ↑
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Select the desired menu item.
Set the menu item to “Off”.
Calls are diverted to the next subscriber of
the hunt group.
The setting is displayed in the status line.
Setting up the telephone for your own specific needs
Private User Mobility (Mobile direct dialing number)
You can log in to every telephone in your system with your direct calling number.
You can then use this telephone like your own connection. This function is protected
with a PIN.
To be able to use the function, you must be cleared in the system.
Note:
Two function keys must be assigned with
the “Log-in” and “Log-out” functions.
Logging in to the telephone
IN
'Log–in
Enter your direct dialling number and your
personal PIN number.
The PIN numbers will be shown as stars “*”
in the display.
'Log–in
Select the menu item “Log-in”.
↓
Call number:
Password:
Status
Press the “Log-in” function key.
'PUM: 5595
A status message appears in the display.
You are now logged in to this telephone
and can use it like your own connection.
Note:
If you log in to an external telephone, a call
list and talklist are not available to you.
Logging out of the telephone
OUT
Status
'PUM: 5595
'Log–out
Press the “Log-out” function key.
... or select the corresponding status message.
Select the menu item “Log-out”.
You are now logged out of this telephone.
Your personal settings (redial, call forwarding, entered callbacks) are deleted.
Note:
You will automatically be logged out if another subscriber logs in to this telephone
with direct dialing.
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VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions
-
When the “Handsfree Answer Back” function is set up and activated, the telephone
automatically accepts calls by switching to handsfree calling. In order to avoid abuse
and accidental listening possibilities from other subscribers, the set-up of VIP functions is protected with a PIN number.
The following pages describe typical applications of VIP functions. Here, the sending telephone is called ”executive set” and the receiving telephone ”secretary set”:
– Answer calls automatically (Handsfree Answer Back)
– Use executive set as intercom system with secretary set
– Send message from executive set to busy secretary set
– Make announcements to other telephones from the executive set
Automatic call answering (Handsfree Answer Back)
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Menu
'Further functions
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Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Get VIP funct.
On↓
Handsfree answer
On
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
To activate the VIP functions, set the “Get
VIP functions” menu item to
– “On”, if you want VIP functions to be possible with all subscribers,
– “Authorized users”, if VIP functions
should be possible only with those subscribers marked with “VIP number yes” in
your telephone book.
Switch the “Handsfree answer back” menu
item to “On”.
The LED begins to flash.
Note:
When handsfree answer back is deactivated, the LED only flashes for incoming
calls.
VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions "
Use executive set as intercom system with secretary set
Program executive set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Send VIP funct.
On↓
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
To activate the VIP functions, set the “Send
VIP functions” menu item to “On”.
Open telephone book to select the secretary entry.
Display and process the desired entry..
↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
Attribute:Announce/Ackn
if req.
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Get VIP funct.Auth.users↓
Hands–free answer
On
Set „Attribute“ to „Announce/Ackn“. The
function can now be used on the executive
set.
If required, select further entries as secretary sets.
Program secretary set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
Set the “Get VIP functions” menu item to
“Authorized users”.
Set ”Hands–free answer” to ”On” to activate
this function.
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Open the telephone book to tag the executive entry as VIP.
Display and process the desired entry.
↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
VIP number :
Yes
if req.
Set ”VIP number” to ”Yes”. This entry is
now tagged as ”executive set”.
If required, select further entries as executive sets.
Use intercom system
Keep handset on–hook.
e.g.
Secretary
e.g.
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Select telephone book entry or press destination key.
Press the ”Handsfree” key or lift handset.
Do not press the ”Monitor” key!
The handsfree facility of the secretary set
will automatically be switched on. Both extensions can now talk to each other.
Note:
If you carry out these steps in the opposite
order or if you dial using the ”Monitor” key a
normal call will be made.
VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions "
If you allocate ”Text if busy” to entries in the phone book you can transmit the standard text ”Please call back” to the corresponding extensions. This text is only displayed if the called extension is busy, i.e. it is either connected to two other parties,
or it is connected to one party and has deactivated second calls.
Send a message from the executive set to the busy secretary set
Prepare executive set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Send VIP funct.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
To activate the VIP functions, set the “Send
VIP functions” menu item to “On”.
Open the telephone book to select the secretary entry.
Display and process the desired entry.
↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
Attribute:
On↓
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Text if busy
if req.
Set „Attribute“ to „Text if busy“. The function
can now be used on the executive set.
If required, characterize further entries as
secretary sets.
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Setting up VIP functions "
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Get VIP funct.Auth.users↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 VOGT
...
↓
VIP number:
Yes
if req.
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Prepare secretary set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
Set the “Get VIP functions” menu item to
“Authorized users”.
Open the telephone book to tag the entry of
the executive set as VIP.
Display and process the desired entry.
Set the option ”VIP number” to ”Yes”. This
entry is now tagged as ”executive set”.
If required, characterize further entries as
executive sets.
VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions "
You can make an announcement to another extension of your telecommunications
system. Simply call the corresponding subscriber. At these extensions the loud–
speaker will be switched on automatically.
Announcement from the executive set
Prepare executive set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Send VIP funct.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
To activate the VIP functions, set the “Send
VIP functions” menu item to “On”.
Open the telephone book and select the
entry of the secretary set.
Display and process the desired entry.
↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
Attribute :
On↓
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Announcement
if req.
Set „Attribute“ to „Announcement“. The
function can now be used on the executive
set.
If required, characterize further entries as
secretary sets.
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VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions "
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Get VIP funct.Auth.users↓
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
Set the “Get VIP functions” menu item to
“Authorized users”.
Open telephone book to tag the entry of the
executive set as VIP.
Display and process the desired entry.
↓
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
VIP number :
Yes
if req.
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Prepare secretary sets
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Set ”VIP number” to ”Yes”. The entry is now
tagged as ”executive set”.
If required, characterize further entries as
executive sets.
VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions "
You can answer calls automatically without lifting the handset or pressing a key. This
is useful for example if you are often not right beside your telephone or if you have
no hand free.
On receiving a call the handsfree function is switched on automatically.
Switch off all VIP functions
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Send VIP funct.
Off↓
Menu
'Further functions
Menu
'Further settings
Menu
'VIP functions
Get VIP funct.
on↓
At the executive set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
Set “Send VIP functions” to “Off”.
Or:
At the secretary set
Select the “Further functions” menu item.
Select the “Further settings” menu item.
Select the “VIP functions” menu item.
Set “Get VIP functions” to “Off”.
Switch off VIP functions for specific telephones
At the executive set
Open telephone book to select the entry of
the secretary set.
Display and process the desired entry.
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
Attribute :
↓
Normal call
' 1234 BERT
2345 HARR
...
↓
VIP number:
No
Switch ”Attribute“ to ”Normal call“.
Or:
At the secretary set
Open telephone book to select the entry of
the executive set.
Display and process the desired entry
Set ”VIP number” to ”No”.
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Menu items for incoming VIP calls
Announce/Ackn (in the “Specifications” menu )
Announcement with acknowledge: You hear a short signal tone and your
phone automatically switches to the handsfree mode. You can answer immediately. The calling party has to have the attribute defined in his telephone book.
Set the function “Get VIP functions” to “Authorized users” or “On”.
Authorized users: Only specific users can use this function on your phone.
On: All users can use this function on your phone.
The call number of the calling party must be tagged as a VIP number in
your telephone book.
If you are currently on the phone, you will receive the call as an additional call.
Display VIP mess.
Display message received from somebody you have tagged as VIP during
a call (standard ”Please call back”).
Get VIP functions
Off: VIP functions are not possible.
Authorized users: VIP functions are only possible with subscribers that
you have tagged with “VIP number yes” in your telephone book.
On: VIP functions are possible with all subscribers.
Handsfree–answer
Handsfree answer back triggers a short signal tone and automatically
switches your phone to the handsfree mode. You can answer immediately.
In order to activate the function you must first enter your PIN.
The function “Get VIP functions” must be set to “On” or “Authorized users”
on your phone . If you are currently on the phone, you will receive the call
as an additional call.
Warning: If you have set “Get VIP functions” to “On”, your handsfree microphone will be activated for every call. You hear a short signal tone and all
calls can be overheard in the room.
VIP number
You tag a call number in your telephone book as a VIP number.
VIP ringing tone
Calls from somebody you have defined as VIP are signaled by a special
ringing tone. You can activate or deactivate the VIP tone in the “Silence”
menu.
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VIP functions
Setting up VIP functions A
Menu items for outgoing VIP calls
Attribute (in telephone directory)
The function “Get VIP functions” must be enabled for the called party in
order to use the attributes.
Normal call: VIP call rings with VIP ringing tone.
Announcement: You can make an announcement. Monitoring is activated
on the phone of the called party.
Announcement with acknowledge: You can make an announcement.
The handsfree microphone is activated on the phone of the called party and
the called party can answer immediately.
Text if busy: You can leave a message for the called extension if the line is
busy.
Send VIP functions (in the “Specifications” menu ).
Switches the VIP functions on your telephone on/off.
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Telephone functions overview
Look up the name of the function if you do not know what this function does, e.g.
Code dialing. This alphabetic list contains the functions that you can assign to the
softkeys ( p. 71).The corresponding symbols or abbreviations then appear on the
display. Further information can be found on the specified pages.
Programming function keys
A
2.
Alter. time zone (→ p. 87)
Alternate time zone: You can set the time zone you are in and display the
current time in other cities in the world.
Audio/contrast
(→ p. 83)
Adjust the volume of the loudspeaker and the receiver, specify the sound
pattern of various tones and the display contrast.
B
BLIN
Boss line
(only TH) Within a partner group, this function key enables you to complete
an exchange connection for a partner telephone using your telephone.
C
DIV.C
Call diversion
(→ p. 68)
You can divert calls to other phones within your system.
PICK
Call pickup ( p. 31)
Using this function you can pick up calls from another telephone the call
number of which appears on your display. To do this, enter the number and
press the ”Call pickup” key.
If you have activated ”direct dialing” you must also press this key before
entering the call number.
COST
Charges (→ p. 81)
You can display a list of the accumulated telephone charges.
CODE Code dialing
(→ p. 64)
This allows you to dial numbers that are stored in the system, regardless of
your authorization. When you enter the code dial number, the complete
number is dialed automatically. You can postdial additional digits after the
code dial number (e.g. a DID number).
CONF Conference
(→ p. 44)
You can speak to two parties simultaneously.
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Telephone functions overview D
– ←
Decrease volume/contrast ( p. 83)
Using this function you can change the handset volume and the loudspeaker volume, provided the loudspeaker is connected, during a call.
When your phone is in idle mode this key serves to open the menu ”Adjust
acoustics and contrast”.
CORR Delete key
By means of this key you can correct digits you have entered, e.g for a call
diversion. You can delete individual characters backwards or the entire input field.
On putting your telephone into operation the delete key is already programmed on a softkey. You can change this programming at any time.
You can also use this key if the programming is not shown on the display.
LIST
Display call list (→ p. 28)
All incoming calls that you did not answer are added to the call list.
VIP
Display VIP message
Here you can see whether there is a VIP message for you in the call list.
DOOR Door device
A door device can be activated or deactivated by means of a single keystroke. You can only use this function if it has been enabled for your telephone and if a door device is connected.
E
1... → X Ext. no. display (→ p. 116)
You can activate/deactivate the display of your call number on the telephone of the called party before the call is set up.
F
Function key free (→ p. 61)
Erase the current assignment of the function key.
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Telephone functions overview "
I
→ +
Increase volume/contrast ( p. 83)
During a call you can change the volume and, when the loudspeaker is
connected, the volume for the loudspeaker. When your telephone is in the
idle mode this function starts the menu ”Adjust acoustics and contrast settings”.
EMER Indiv. emerg. dest. (→ p. 61)
You can dial your personal emergency number at any time, even if the
phone is protected from unauthorized use (lock). Your personal emergency
number is stored in the telephone book.
Interchange (→ p. LEERER MERKER)
Toggle between the first caller and an additional caller.
1... ← X Int. no. display (→ p. 116)
You can activate/deactivate the display of your partner’s call number on
your telephone.
L
GROU Leave group line - (→ p. 88)
You can switch your phone in and out of a hunt group.
This function must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
OFF
102
Lock (→ p. 133)
You can protect your telephone from unauthorized users. You can also determine which functions are to remain available after the lock has been activated (lock levels must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service
representative).
If in doubt, look it up
Telephone functions overview "
If you don’t know what is hidden behind function names such as code dial, then look
it up. This alphabetical list includes the new functions which can be assigned to the
F1–F4 function keys or to the display keys.
You will find more detailed information on the respective pages.
M
MBOX Mailbox ( p. 41)
Here you will find all the minimails sent for your attention.
M.TEL Main telephone book The main telephone book is a call number memory in your telephone
system. You can select and dial numbers from this telephone book as you
do from the telephone book on your phone. You can simplify number
searching in the METB by assigning the search function to a function key.
MSSG Messages ( p. 32)
You can check whether you have received any messages, e.g. Voice Mail
or fax.
Microphone Off/On (→ p. 47)
You can switch off the microphone of the receiver and the phone during a
call to prevent your partner from hearing what is said in the room.
MAIL
Minimail ( p. 31)
You can send short messages to one or several destinations.
O
OFF
Log-off
This function key acts to log off should you have logged into another telephone in your system. To be able to use this function, you must be cleared
in the system.
ON
Log-in
If this function is cleared in your system, you can log into every telephone in
your system with your direct dialing number and a personal PIN number.
P
PART
Partner (→ p. 53)
You can divert calls to other partners, deactivate diversions, have calls for
another partner indicated on your phone and modify the partner display.
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Telephone functions overview "
S
Second call (→ p. 126)
If you activate this function, no additional calls will be indicated during an
existing connection. Any waiting calls are rejected.
TA
Set TA
To change the basic settings of your terminal adapter adapting them to your
requirements.
LANG
Switch language (→ p. 70)
Specify the language on the display. You can choose between German,
English and French.
T
TA
TA dialing (→ p. 137)
To set up and display information on data connections via the installed terminal adapter.
TALK
Talk list ( p. 39)
You can display a list of all callers you actually talked to (max. 10).
←…→ Text shift key
This key permits you to display text which is abbreviated by ”...” on the display because it is too long. The key moves the text through the display. You
can use this key even if its function is not shown on the display.
This function is useful, for example, if you find a minimail in your mailbox
and the name of the sender is only partially visible on the display.
INFO
Time/partner request (→ p. 131)
Query time/partner: Updates the time and partner display.
Tone ringing off (→ p. 74)
Turn off tone ringing. A one-time alerting tone is then heard when a call
comes in.
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Telephone functions overview T
Tone dialing next
You can change the dialing method during a connection, for example, to
remote–control an answering machine.
→
TRAP
Transfer call (→ p. 128)
You answer an additional call during an ongoing call and connect this call to
another party in a refer-back.
Trap (→ p. 128)
You can register the call number of an unwanted caller.
105
If in doubt, look it up
Display messages
The display enables you to see important information regarding the connections and
settings for your telephone. Messages which can be seen in standby display are
also included here.
You can call up the respective menu items directly from the standby display.
Symbols on the display
Someone is calling you.
You are receiving a second call.
You are making a call.
You have a second connection.
You are part of a conference call.
“On” = data connection
(flashes: data call)
The telephone loudspeaker
is on.
The loudspeaker and microphone are on
handsfree mode.
The handset microphone is off.
You have a new entry in your call list.
There is a message for you in the system.
You have used “Silence” to deactivate the
ringing tone.
You have set ”Second call” to ”Off”.
The status line contains new information.
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Display messages Messages on the display
A
Assigning line for PAxx
(only TH) You have assigned an exchange line for a telephone in your partner group.
You can now complete a connection for this partner or the partner can dial
an external number himself.
D
D/GB/F
Language: Select this line to choose a language for the display texts. This
message only appears at the very beginning, when you put your telephone
into operation. Later on you can change the language via a menu.
Div.
All calls are diverted to another telephone.
Div. busy →
All additional calls are diverted to another telephone if you are already connected to a party.
Divert?
Call diversion: You can decide whether you wish to be connected to the
destination of the call diversion or cancel the call.
– Divert: Press the ”Enter” key,
– Cancel call: Replace the handset.
Door device
The door device is active. To deactivate it, select this line or press the corresponding function key.
H
Headset present
This message appears in the idle display if a headset is connected and
active. To deactivate the headset, open the corresponding menu and select
the line.
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Display messages "
L
Line assigned
(only TH) This status message blinks in your display: An exchange line has
been assigned for your connection using a partner telephone. You can now
dial or a connection can be completed for you using the partner telephone.
Someone tried to reach you while you were away or on the phone. You can
display the corresponding information. This status display also appears for
a team call with message.
Locked
Your phone is locked. Enter the 4-digit PIN number to unlock the phone.
M
There is a message for you in the voice mail system.
N
No second calls (default setting): Additional calls are rejected during an
ongoing call. You can deactivate this function in the “Specifications” menu.
No data terminal
A data terminal is not connected to your phone.
P
Power supply unit off
No power: You want to transmit data, but the power unit is off.
PUM user: Mobile direct dialing number (Private User Mobility): If you have logged into
another telephone in your system, this status message shows you that you
are logged into this telephone. Now you can use it like your own connection.
To log out of this telephone: select the status message off or press the function key “Log-out”.
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Display messages S
Stop group calls
You have switched your phone out of a hunt group.
T
Test loop active
The test loop of the terminal adapter is active.
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Display messages during emergency operation
In the event of a power failure your telephone automatically switches over to emergency operation. In this case the settings for some functions are changed. Depending on the default setting, certain functions like handsfree are blocked. If the display has not been switched off corresponding messages will be displayed.
Overview of messages
No monitoring
In order to reduce power consumption the loudspeaker has been turned off.
You cannot use the loudspeaker or handsfree.
No hands–free
In order to reduce power consumption the loudspeaker and the microphone
have been switched off. You cannot use handsfree but you can still use the
monitoring function.
Emergency operat.
Your telephone has switched over to emergency operation after a power
failure.
Em.Op.–...
Your telephone has switched over to emergency operation. The displayed
function, e.g. loudspeaker is blocked.
AEI off
Your telephone has switched over to emergency operation. The AEI interface is blocked. You cannot use any equipment connected to it, like for example a DSS module.
Note: Depending on the default setting, the LED will be switched off in order to reduce the power consumption. A call diversion will then no longer be signaled.
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Menu items on the display
The menu items from which you can select the next operating step will appear on
the display depending on the function you are currently performing. This overview
contains an alphabetic list of the most important menu items.
A
Accept call
If you want to answer an additional call.
Accept entry
To store an entry from the main telephone book in your private telephone
book.
AEI
The AEI interface on the bottom of the telephone can be used to connect
accessories, e.g. a headset. If an additional device is connected to your
phone, you can configure the AEI protocol using this function.
AEI operation Y ETSI AT
You can connect various supplementary equipment, such as a headset, a
DSS module or a PC, to the AEI interface on the bottom of your phone. Depending on the configuration used, you have to set one of the three operating modes.
AT command: With this mode of operation your telephone acts like a modem which can be controlled by means of AT commands. Here, only the
telephone is controlled. Not data is transmitted to the the remote subscriber.
There are three additional options to do the settings for the baud rate, data
bits and parity.
Y ETSI AT modem: You can connect a PC to the AEI interface at the bottom of your telephone. To do this, you have to set the AEI operating mode
to ”Y ETSI AT“.
You can then perform the functions of your telephone on the PC using PTM
(”Personal Telephone Manager“, a Windows program). These functions are:
setting the telephone, editing phone book entries, writing texts for notes or
phone book entries and saving data on the PC. If you have connected a PC
to the AEI interface, you can see if a call had been diverted or transferred
from another connection. The PC shows you, therefore, to which call number a connection really exists.
X FTZ AT modem: The operating mode corresponds to the definition of the
X interface of the FTZ as used for the first generation of ISDN PSTN line
telephones. Using this protocol the AEI interface is compatible with PC applications, especially ISDN cards, which require the X interface.
Alerting
Adjust the volume of the special information tone.
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Menu items on the display All Entries
All telephone book entries are shown on the display in alphabetical order.
Alter. time zone
You can display the current time in 25 different cities.
Announce/Ackn
You can activate the “Announcement with acknowledge” VIP function. This
function cannot be used unless the setting for “Announcement with acknowledge” is set to “Yes” (in the menu “Specifications”). And:
“Send VIP funct.” must be activated on the phone of the sending party,
“Get VIP” must be set to “On” or “Authorized users” on the phone of the
receiving party.
Appointments
Display, enter, edit or delete appointments.
Appointmt expired
A signal tone is triggered at the specified appointment time and this message appears on the idle display.
Assignment
Select an assignment for the call number.
Attribute (in telephone directory)
You can determine the type of call you wish to make, e.g. “normal call” or
“announcement”.
The function “Get VIP functions” must be enabled for the called party in
order to use the attributes.
Normal call: VIP call rings with VIP ringing tone.
Announcement: You make announcements to other parties. Monitoring is
activated on the phone of the called party.
Announcement with acknowledge: You make announcements to other
parties. The handsfree microphone is activated on the phone of the called
party and the called party can answer immediately.
Text if busy: You can leave a message for the called team partner if the
line is busy.
Audio/contrast
Adjust the volume of the loudspeaker and the receiver, specify the sound
pattern of various tones and the display contrast.
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Autom. post dialing/DTMF
( p. LEERER MERKER)
Your telephone has been factory-set so that while connected all key depressions can be sent as tones. You can also turn off this function and
initiate the postdialing manually while connected.
B
Balancing handsfree calling - 〈→ p. 135)
(only TH and TM) With this you can additionally adjust the setting for handsfree talking to room conditions. Your telephone must be designed with the
comfort handsfree equipment for this. If necessary, consult your BOSCH
TELECOM Service.
Baud rate AT
Here you can define the baud rate of your telephone for data transmission.
Available values are 1200, 2400, 4800 and 9600.
This menu item only appears if you have set the AEI mode of operation to
”AT command”.
C
Callback
If a called party is busy, you can program your phone to transmit a signal as
soon as the line is free again. Your phone and the phone of the previously
busy subscriber then ring and you can set up the call.
However, this is only possible for calls within your system. You can request
several callbacks.
Call diversion
You can divert calls to other telephones, even external ones. If you receive
a diverted call, the caller‘s name appears on your display if it is stored in
your local telephone book.
Call list
You can activate or deactivate the call list.
Call list: ELC in
Enter the external line code that is entered in the call list with your calls.
Call list: ELC out
Enter the external code that you normally use for external calls.
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Call number
Enter the call number.
Call sum
The charges incurred for all calls are displayed in the form of an amount or
charge units.
Call with data
You must set this menu item to “ON” for all telephone book entries from
which you wish to receive data calls.
Cancel
Aborts the respective function.
Charges
You can display a list of the accumulated call charges.
Code dialing
This allows you to dial numbers that are stored in the system, regardless of
your authorization. When you enter the code dial number, the complete
number is dialed automatically.
You can postdial additional digits after the code dial number (e.g. a DID
number).
Code dial destination If you enter “Yes”, the system interprets the stored number as a code dial
number.
Conference
You can speak to two parties simultaneously. All three parties can speak to
each other. One of the conference partners must be a refer-back party.
Continue main TB To search for an entry in the main telephone book of your system.
Contrast
Turn the display lighter or darker.
Correction
– Correct the specified number (can also be used for numbers dialed with
the redial key or destination keys).
– If you inadvertently press the wrong partner key in the partner menu.
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Menu items on the display Current PIN
You attempted to perform a function while the telephone was locked. Enter
the current code (PIN) to unlock the telephone.
D
Data bits (AT)
This option permits you to define the character format for the control of your
telephone. The settings ”7 bits” and ”8 bits” are available.
This option only appears if you have set the AEI mode of operation to ”AT
command”.
Data conn. sum
Date connection sum: The charges incurred for all data connections are
displayed in either currency or charge units.
Data destination
Assign: Select this setting for all telephone book entries to which you wish
to send data.
Data number
Displays a list of all of the destinations in the telephone book with which you
can exchange data via the terminal adapter.
Delayed redial
Redial: If the called party is busy, the number is redialed automatically.
Delete
– The entry is deleted.
– To delete a specific call diversion entry.
– To delete all entries in the redial memory.
– All entries in the call list are deleted simultaneously.
Warning:
All entries are deleted immediately when this function is selected. Press the
“Release” key if you do not want this to happen.
Destination keys
All entries assigned to a destination key are shown on the display.
Destin. (1..20)
Assignment: The call number is stored on a destination key.
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Menu items on the display Dial
The displayed number is dialed.
Dial
Configuring the terminal adapter: Various settings facilitate the set up of
incoming and outgoing or just incoming calls.
Manual:
Asynchronous only. To support simple terminals. You can enter the call
number using the terminal keyboard.
AT command:
Asynchronous only. For automatic call control by means of AT commands
from the terminal.
Hotline 108:
For applications with dedicated lines. The target address is taken from the
telephone book of your telephone.
Incoming:
For automatic call setup. Only incoming calls are possible.
Direct dial:dest
Direct dialing: Dialing begins as soon as you press a destination key.
Direct dial:digit
Direct dialing: Dialing begins as soon as you press a digit key.
Disable charges
Deactivate charge recording for chargeable calls.
Disconnect
DTR: For call setup by your terminal. At the same time the function “DTR
contr.” must be active. Otherwise, the call can only be cleared down by the
remote subscriber or by your telephone.
Display
If you disable the call number display, the number of the person you are
talking to is no longer displayed on your telephone. Moreover, the number
is not stored in the redial memory. Redisplay number: Select menu item
again.
Display
Tests the display. Each display remains on the screen for 5 seconds.
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Menu items on the display "
Display call list
If you want to display the call list. All incoming calls that you did not answer
are listed in the call list.
Display lists
You can decide which phone book entries you wish to display in a list, e.g.
all partner or destination numbers.
Display VIP message
You can view a message which has come in from a team member during a
call. This option only appears in the menu when you have received a VIP
message.
Div.
Call diversion: You can divert calls to other phones within your system. You
can also divert calls to an external line depending on your system.
Div. busy Call diversion on busy: Divert call if your line is busy (does not function with
partner key). This function must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM
service representative.
Div. from
Call diversion from: Diverts calls from one of your partners to you.
Diversion?
The caller can decide whether to set up a call to the call diversion number
or cancel the call.
Diversion 212 to 243 on
You have activated partner diversion from 212 to 243.
DSS destinations Entries you use for programming destination keys on a DSS module.
DSS priority destinations Assignment: The call number is stored on a DSS module key. The handsfree mode is automatically activated when you press the direct call key.
”Second call off” is ignored when you make a call using a direct call key.
You can speak to the called party even if the line is busy. To do so, press
the direct call key again.
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Menu items on the display E
Edit
To store a call number on a destination key and in the telephone book at
the same time.
Emerg. no + own no.
Emergency number and your own number: The emergency number(s) and
your own number are displayed.
Emergency number dialing
If you want to dial a stored emergency number in refer-back. You can also
dial these numbers when your phone is locked.
Enable charges
Activate charge recording for chargeable calls.
Enter PIN
You can enter and modify a 4-digit PIN number.
Enter a number greater than 2000.
Expand group
You can create a partner group with max. 16 extensions.
F
Function key free
Erases the current function key assignment.
G
Get VIP funct On/Off/Authorized users
Get VIP functions: You can enable the team functions for all subscribers or
for authorized users only. Authorized users must be stored in the telephone
book with the entry “VIP yes”.
H
Handset
Adjust the volume of the handset.
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Menu items on the display "
Handsfree equipment ( p. 77)
(only TH and TM) Headset, microphone unit which can be connected to
your telephone so that both hands are free.
Hands–free
If the party you are talking to tells you that the transmission quality for
handsfree is not satisfactory you can adapt the handsfree function to the
particular conditions in the room you are in.
The setting to the extreme left permits the best Intercom but also implies the
strongest echo.
The setting to the extreme right guarantees the smallest echo but reduces
the quality of Intercom.
Hands–free answer
Condition: “Get VIP functions” must be active.
For first calls the microphone and loudspeaker of your telephone are activated and the call is set up.
Handsfree tuning This function permits you to adapt the settings for handsfree to the particular conditions in the room 〈→ p. 115). For this, your telephone needs to be
equipped with advanced handsfree equipment. If required please contact
your BOSCH TELECOM Service.
Headset present
Set the menu item to
– “Handset” if a headset is connected to the handset interface,
– ”AEI” if a headset is connected to the AEI,
– ”No” if no headset is connected.
If a headset is connected, a corresponding message appears in the idle
display.
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I
Incoming sensitivity This function permits you to adjust the sensitivity for the handsfree mode to
better adapt it to the surroundings. The best is to use the lowest possible
setting.
If your telephone is equipped with advanced handsfree equipment you can
also use this function to vary the echo and the amplification. A lower level
results in a reduction of the echo. If required please contact your BOSCH
TELECOM Service.
Indiv. emerg. dest.
Individual emergency destination (assignment): to store a call number as an
emergency number, which can also be dialed when the phone is locked.
Interchange
Toggle between your first partner and an additional caller.
Interchange calls
Answer a second call before the first call.
Interchange users
During a conference call you can switch one of your conference partners to
the front window in order to display incurred charges or speak to one party
separately.
Press the “Refer-back” key to put the party not being displayed on hold.
K
Key beep ( p. 76)
Switch the keyboard beep on or off.
Keyboard
Starts the keyboard test. You can test all of the keys on the keyboard.
Press the key that you wish to test. The key designation is displayed on the
screen if the key is functioning properly. The “Release” key is functioning
properly if it interrupts the test mode display.
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Menu items on the display "
L
Lock
To lock your phone.
Lock You can protect your telephone from unauthorized users. You can also
determine which functions are to remain available after the lock has been
activated (lock levels must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service
representative).
Log-in
If this function is cleared in your system, you can log into every telephone in
your system with your direct dialing number and a personal PIN number.
Loudsp.
Adjust the volume of the speaker.
M
Mediate
Toggle between your first partner and a consultation call.
Memory
Tests the transient memory which stores all settings of your phone. This
memory is not protected in the event of a power failure. The message “No
error” appears on the screen and a positive acknowledge tone is triggered if
the memory is functioning properly. If not, you will hear a negative acknowledge tone. Contact your BOSCH TELECOM service representative if this is
the case.
Messages
If the symbol for “Message” appears in the idle display (
messages are waiting for you in the telephone system.
You can call them up at any time.
), one or more
Microphone Off/On
To turn the receiver and telephone microphone on or off. If the microphone
is off, your partner cannot hear what is said in the room.
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Menu items on the display Mode of operation
Simple (default setting):
Three menu items are displayed at once (preview).
Standard:
Only one menu item at a time is displayed. This operating mode is active
when you put your telephone into operation.
Softkey:
The functions that you can perform during a call are displayed as softkeys.
Modify entry
You can modify the entry, e.g. enter a new call number for an existing
name.
Modify handsfree mode
If the remote subscriber tells you that the transmission quality during handsfree mode is not satisfactory, you can adjust this setting to suit the particular
ambient conditions in the room.
The setting on the extreme left permits the highest quality for Intercom but
also implies the strongest echo.
The setting on the extreme right implies the weakest echo but reduces the
quality during Intercom.
Monit.AEI x/y calls
You can connect a PC to your telephone and operate your phone from the
PC using the corresponding software. You can set up your phone in such a
way that monitoring is automatically activated when you dial from your PC.
N
Name
Enter the name.
New entry
You can enter a new call number in the telephone book.
New: from Pa X to Pa Y
You can enter call diversion from partner X to partner Y.
Press the corresponding partner keys.
Next
The next entry is displayed.
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No appointment
Enter the appointment information.
One-time reminder: Date and time.
Daily reminder: Time at 00:00.
No. redial tries You can specify the number of redial attempts (max. 9) that your phone is to
make if the called party is busy. This function must be enabled by your
BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
Note
Assignment: Call number is entered as a note during a call. Notes can be
listed separately in the telephone book. You can also dial any call number
contained in the note.
Notes
All entries stored as notes are shown on the display.
O
Oper. mode
Operating mode: Procedures in which the target address is transmitted from
the DTE or stored in the telephone book are supported by the DTE for call
control.
Asynchronous:
Facilitates call control by the terminal. The target address can be transmitted manually, from the data terminal or from the telephone book of your
phone. The maximum baud rate is 38.4 kbit/s.
Synchronous:
To replace dedicated line connections by switched ISDN connections and
to connect synchronous DTEs. The target address can be transmitted
manually or from the telephone book of your telephone.
The maximum baud rate is 64 kbit/s.
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Outgoing sensitivity This function permits you to adjust the sensitivity for the handsfree mode to
better adapt it to the surroundings. The best is to use the lowest possible
setting.
If your telephone is equipped with a deluxe handsfree unit you can also use
this function to vary the echo and the amplification. A higher level results in
an amplification of the microphone signal. If required please contact your
BOSCH TELECOM Service.
Own call number
Assignment: You can store your own call number so that it is shown on the
display.
P
Parity (AT)
This option permits you to define the parity for the control of your telephone.
Available settings are ”None”, ”Even” and ”Odd”.
It only appears if the AEI mode of operation has been set to ”AT command”.
Part of group
You can switch your phone in and out of a hunt group. This function must
be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
Partner
Set the partner functions and partner display as you wish.
Partner beep on
To activate call duplication for partners.
Partner div. off
To deactivate a partner diversion.
Partner div. 212 to 243
Partner diversion: You are asked whether this diversion should be deleted.
Pick up a call
You can pick up calls for other users on your telephone. Enter the call number and then select the menu item.
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R
Reallocate
During a call, you can store a call number of the call list, talk list or redial
memory in your telephone book.
Refer-back/dest.
You can determine how refer-back is to be initiated with destination keys.
R key:
If you wish to set up a consultation call during an existing call, you must first
press the “R” key before pressing the destination key.
Immediately:
If you wish to set up a consultation call during an existing call, you only
need to press the destination key.
Refuse call
You are having a conversation and do not want to answer additional
calls. The caller hears the busy signal.
Remote display Remote number display: You can decide whether your call number is to be
displayed on the screens of the remote subscriber. This function must be
enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
Restr. signaling
No signaling of call modes of your phone on the phones of your partners.
Return
Return to the previous display window.
Ringing
Change the volume of the ringing tone.
Ringing off
Turn off the ringing tone during a call. Calls are then signaled by a one-time
special information tone. This setting is only active for the current call.
Ringing tone
You can activate or deactivate the ringing tone. A one-time special information tone is then heard when a call comes in.
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S
Second call
Deactivate second call in the main menu (only possible in idle mode) if you
do not want to be disturbed by additional calls. You can activate the no
knocking function during a call.
Send VIP functions
You can activate or deactivate the transmission of VIP functions.
Set TA Terminal adapter: Define the transmission parameters that correspond to
the respective data terminal. You may only change the parameters if there
is no ongoing data connection.
Set function keys
Select this menu item to assign frequently used functions to the softkeys.
These functions will no longer appear on the display.
Set handsfree universal/enhanced/internal/special
If you are not satisfied with the transmission quality during handsfree mode,
you can adjust the setting of this function to suit the particular ambient
conditions in the room 〈→ p. 135).
Set partner display
You can delete and reactivate the display of a partner.
Signal tone
Adjust the volume of the signal tone.
Spec partner pos.
You can assign a partner to another partner or destination key.
Speech path
Starts the speech path test. You can test the receiver and the monitoring
function by blowing into the receiver. The symbol for “Handset off-hook”
appears on the display when the handset is lifted.
The symbol for “Monitoring on” appears on the display when the monitoring
function is turned on.
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Sound rng
Change the sound pattern of the ringing tone.
Sound VIP
Change the sound pattern of VIP ringing.
Start METB search You can use this menu item to search through the telephone book of your
system for an entry that you cannot find in your telephone book. Specify the
delay with which the search should begin.
Store
Store your input, e.g. your new PIN.
Store data at
Enter the time at which the data is to be stored. The default setting is 00:00.
The telephone cannot be used during storage.
Store data immediately
You can store data “immediately” at any time. The telephone cannot be
used during storage.
Store data on/off
You can decide whether your data is to be stored in a permanent memory.
Store spec. appoint.
Store your appointment.
Switch language
Specify the language on the display. You can choose between German,
English and French.
T
TA dialing Terminal adapter: Select this menu item to enter a call number for a data
connection or to display a data connection on the screen.
Tel. book only
Telephone book only (allocation): The call number is stored in the telephone book. It is not assigned to a key.
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Test mode Starts various test procedures. The telephone cannot be used during testing. This function must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
Test no.
Test number on: Checks whether the number of a calling party is stored in
your telephone book as a data number. Only stored numbers are accepted.
Test TA Tests the terminal adapter.
Time/partner
Query time/partner: Update time and partner display on your telephone.
Time zone
You can select the starting time zone upon which the time display of the
other cities is based. The default setting is “Frankfurt”.
Tone dialing next
You can send tone-dialed numbers during a call, e.g. to activate an answering machine.
Tone dialing next slow/medium/fast
You can change the length of DTMF pulses (DTMF = dual tone multifrequency dialing). This may be necessary if an answering machine does not
react to the signals transmitted by your phone. Some answering machines
require a pulse length of 1,000 ms, others 100 ms. The default setting on
your phone is 500 ms.
Transfer call
Connect an additional caller with a refer-back party.
Trap
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You can register the call number of an unwanted caller in the system. This
function must be enabled by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
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Menu items on the display A
U
Units
Specify whether you want the charges to be displayed in currency or in
charge units.
User functions
You can log in for automatic call distribution. This function must be enabled
by your BOSCH TELECOM service representative.
V
VIP number You store the call number as a VIP number, i.e. the subscriber with this
number is authorized to activate team functions on your phone.
VIP ringing tone On/Off
If you want to disable VIP ringing. The VIP ringing tone signals special calls
from your team partners.
Volume
You can adjust the volume of the receiver and loudspeaker on the telephone
during a call. This change is only valid for the duration of the current call.
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Setting tones and distinctive rings on your phone
In addition to the ringing tone, your phone has a number of acoustic signals that
inform you of various telephone procedures.
You can listen to and adjust almost all of the tone settings in the menu “Audio/contrast” (→ p. 83).
Tones for internal and external calls
Normal ringing tone for external calls:
You can turn off this ringing tone.
(→ p. LEERER MERKER).
Normal ringing tone for internal calls:
You can turn off this ringing tone.
(→ p. LEERER MERKER).
Special information signal:
Additional call during an existing call,
partner beep.
Executive call:
VIP function, you can turn off this ringing
tone (→ p. LEERER MERKER).
Call with “Handsfree answer back”:
Announcement (with answer also),
Message on busy: special tone.
Tones in the receiver
Tone during a cut-in call.
Signal tone:
when the loudspeaker, handsfree mode
and on-hook dialing are activated. This
tone is also heard by the remote subscriber.
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If something goes wrong
The incorrect date and time are displayed
Select the menu item “Query time/partner”.
The system automatically updates the date and time.
The call number of the calling party is not displayed
The call is transmitted without the call number, e.g. the call is analog or the caller
has disabled his call number display.
Partner display has disappeared
The partner display was deactivated in the “Partner” menu. You can reactivate the
display in this menu.
or
Select the menu item “Query time/partner”.
The partner display is updated by the system.
Note:
The display is updated automatically as soon as a partner uses his phone.
Short rings during a call
This indicates a second incoming call. Please see the chapter Additional call during
an existing call (→ p. LEERER MERKER) for possible operating steps.
or
You have activated the monitoring function or handsfree mode. You and your partner hear a short special information tone.
A function is not performed
Your BOSCH TELECOM service representative may need to enable this function.
Functions that have not been enabled are tagged with .
Telephone prematurely cancels programming
You may not have pressed a key during the last 60 seconds. This will cancel all programming procedures.
Programming is also canceled when you answer a call.
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If something goes wrong The first digit of a call number that you entered in the phone book is a $
You answered a call while entering the number in the phone book. The entry is stored
with a $ in first position. Edit the entry and replace the $ sign by the correct digit.
Call diversion is not performed
Check whether the defined call diversion is activated.
Additional digits cannot be dialed for a call number that was dialed with code
dialing
Postdialing is probably disabled.
A call is displayed on the screen, but your phone does not ring
Check whether the ringing tone has been deactivated (in the “Silence” menu).
No entries in the call list
The call list is probably deactivated. Reactivate the call list in the “Specifications”
menu.
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Protecting the phone from unauthorized users
You can protect your phone from unauthorized users by locking it with a secret
code.
You must specify your code before locking the phone for the first time. You may enter it yourself and change it at any time.
Specifying/changing your PIN
Lock↓
Menu
Select the desired menu item.
Enter PIN↓
You may now change your PIN number.
Current PIN
↓↑
Enter the current 4-digit PIN number. Select
a number greater than 2000.
Note:
This step is not carried out if you are entering the code for the first time.
Enter the new PIN.
This new code is now saved.
Lock the telephone
Menu
Lock↓
COS 2: 1..5
Lock↓
Status
Locked↓
Select the desired menu item.
The status display contains the message
“locked”.
Unlocking the telephone
Menu
Lock↓
Select the desired menu item.
You are prompted to enter your PIN.
Unlock with PIN
↑
Enter your PIN.
You can now use your phone as usual.
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Protecting the phone from unauthorized users A
You can choose between five different lock levels (not included as a standard feature. Please consult your BOSCH TELECOM service representative if required).
Setting the lock levels Menu
'Lock↓
Select the desired menu item.
Specify the desired lock level using a digit
key.
COS 1: 1..5 'Lock
You can choose one of the following options:
1 Emergency calls only
2 Emergency calls and internal calls
3 Emergency calls, internal calls, code
dialing, TA and AEI
4 Disable settings changes
5 No lock
Enter
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Confirm your selection.
You can now lock your phone.
Note:
After three unsuccessful attempts to unlock
the phone, it will be blocked for 15 minutes.
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Using the handsfree mode
Please read the following recommendations carefully in order to achieve the best
possible transmission quality. You can also adapt the phone to the ambient conditions in the room (also possible during a call) (p. 37).
The speaker cannot hear
Speak in turns and let each other finish
speaking. Otherwise, you could miss parts
of the conversation. Your phone always enables the direction from which the strongest
acoustic signals are transmitted. The other
direction is attenuated.
Listen for background noise
Handsfree mode is impaired if background
noise is too loud or the transmission paths
are attenuated. This might happen in the
case of analog connections.
Lift the handset. Continue your conversation using the handset.
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Advanced handsfree equipment If your telephone is equipped with advanced handsfree equipment, handsfree will
automatically be adapted to your particular surroundings by means of a measured
signal as soon as you activate this function. If the other party tells you that the transmission quality is not optimum, you can change the settings manually at any time.
Adjusting handsfree
You have pressed the ”Handsfree” key.
Handsfree tuning
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Select the option ”Handsfree tuning”. Your
partner will hear two short signal tones.
By means of a measured signal, handsfree
is automatically adapted to the environment.
Note:
Select this option if only little background
noise can be heard in the room.
If in doubt, look it up
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Terminal adapter
You can use the built-in terminal adapter to set up data connections to compatible
data terminals via the V.24 interface. You must first define the transmission parameters. You can also make calls simultaneously depending on the connection to your
telephone system.
Setting up data connections
Menu
TA 1234
Menu
'TA dialingµ
↓
'TA dialingµ
You can set up a data connection manually
from the keypad of your telephone or by
means of data terminal dialing.
Set up via your phone:
Select the menu item “TA dialing”. You can
use this function to set up a data connection via the keypad on your telephone.
You may now enter the call number of your
communication partner.
Enter the desired number. If you wish to
store the data transmission numbers under
destination keys, you must define these
numbers as “Data destinations” in the telephone book (→ p. 60).
Select the menu item “Dial”. The call number is dialed and you can begin data transmission.
Making normal calls in between:
Select the menu item “TA dialing”.
This allows you to alternately display information about your call or data connection.
Note:
The display message “on” indicates that
the data connection exists. If you store the
“TA dialing” function on a function key, you
can switch the call mode by means of a
single keystroke.
Setup via your data terminal:
You can set up a data connection via your
data terminal. Specify the corresponding
dialing method. Further information may be
found in the user manual of the terminal
adapter.
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Terminal adapter A
The transmission parameters of both the sending and receiving terminal must be
properly defined for fault-free transmission. Various baud rates can be used if the
data flow is actively monitored. Please refer to the respective user manual for information on the configuration of your data terminal.
Clearing down data connections
Menu
'TA dialingµ
You can clear down a data connection
manually via the keypad of your telephone
or via your data terminal.
Clear down via your phone:
Select the menu item “TA dialing” to display
information about your data connection.
Press the “Release” key.
The data connection is terminated.
Clear down via your data terminal:
The setting “DTR” must be selected from
the menu item “Disconnect”.
Configuring the terminal adapter
Menu
Function
'Set TAµ
'TA-V.24↓
Select the menu item “Set TA”. This menu
contains all of the parameters that you can
modify.
Define the parameters for your terminal.
Some parameters cannot be modified. Further information on the individual parameters may be found in the terminal adapter
user manual.
Note:
You may only change the parameters of
your terminal adapter if there is no ongoing
data connection.
Testing the terminal adapter
Menu
Local test loop
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'Test TA↑
off↓
Select the menu item “Test TA”.
You can now perform various tests.
Note:
To display the state of the V.24 interface
circuits, press the “Arrow down” key several times until the status appears on the
display.
If in doubt, look it up
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Testing the telephone
You can test various functions on your phone.
You cannot receive calls while your phone is in test mode. You should therefore
leave the test mode once the tests have been completed.
Each tests takes just a few seconds.
Starting the functional test
Menu
'Test modeµ
Components 'Tone ringing↓
Components
'Memory↓
Select the desired function.
You can now display the components you
wish to test.
Select the desired function, e.g. “Memory”.
The test procedure is initiated.
A malfunction is indicated on the display
accordingly. Contact your BOSCH TELECOM service representative if this is the
case.
Note:
This function can be used for testing the
following components:
– memory,
– tone ringing,
– keyboard,
– display,
– speech path (blow test).
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Registering for automatic call distribution
-
Your BOSCH TELECOM service representative must set up your phone for automatic call distribution (ACD) by assigning a personal call number (max. 5 digits) and a
personal code (6 digits). You must log in using your call number and code.
Logging in for automatic call distribution
Menu
'Specificationsµ
Activate the “Specifications” menu.
User functions
Select the menu item “User functions”.
Enter your personal call number
(max. 5 digits).
Enter your 6-digit code.
Log on
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Your personal call number and code work
on every ACD phone connected to your
system.
Select the menu item “Log on”. You are
now logged in for ACD.
Note:
If you wish to log out, repeat these steps
and select ”Log off”.
If in doubt, look it up
Additional notes and functions
Replacing the legend strips
You can have your BOSCH TELECOM service representative assign the functions
you use most often to the softkeys. You
can label and insert the legend strips under
these keys. This allows you to see exactly
which functions have been assigned to
which keys.
Please note
This telephone is designed for use with a BOSCH TELECOM telecommunications
system. It must not be directly connected to the public telephone network.
This telephone only conforms to European safety and EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) regulations when connected to a BOSCH TELECOM telecommunications
system.
The unit may only be repaired and serviced by technically qualified personnel. Do
not open the telephone. This could damage the unit and cause it to malfunction.
Selecting a location for your phone
Your telephone is designed to be used under normal operating conditions. However,
today’s furniture is coated with a tremendous number of different paints and synthetics and is treated with a variety of different care products. Some of these products
may contain substances that can attack and soften the synthetic base pads on the
phone. The affected base may, under some circumstances, leave unpleasant marks
on the surface of your furniture.
BOSCH TELECOM cannot be held responsible for this type of damage. We therefore recommend that you place your phone on a non-slip base, particularly if the
respective furniture is new or has been treated with special care products.
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Index
ACD
140
Additional call
48
Adjust contrast
83
Adjust handsfree
119, 120
Call
answer
forward
refuse
25, 48
49, 50, 128
125
Call charges
81, 129
Call distribution, automatic
140
AEI interface
111, 113, 115, 124
Alerting tone
deactivate
55
88
Call diversion 68, 69, 107, 113, 117, 119
Alternate time zone
87
Call monitoring
Announcement
with acknowledge
95
98
Call number
dial
enter
own
store
suppress
Announcement, with acknowledge
112
Answering machine
128
Appointment signal
86
Appointments
display
enter
expired
85, 112
85, 112
112
Arrow up /down
Assigning function keys
Attribute
Call list
28, 113
42
24
12, 60
61, 66, 124
8, 61
116, 125
Call number display
external
local
125
116
Call pick–up
36
7
Call transfer
128
100
Call–waiting
48, 49
64, 99, 112
Callback
7, 30, 113
Autom. Postdialing
113
Cancel
Automatic call distribution
140
Care
141
Central telephone book
103
Change pulse duration (DTMF)
128
Automatic callback
Automatic connection
7, 30, 113
9, 90, 98, 119
Auxiliary loudspeaker, deactivate
Baudrate
Busy
142
80
113
24, 30
Charge display
Charges
Code dialing
19
82
81, 129
64, 65, 114
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Index Comfort handsfree talking
Conference
78
51, 52, 114
Connect
128
Connect accessories
Auxiliary loudspeaker
79
Connecting
49, 50
Connecting additional equipment
AEI interface
Correction
111
22
Current settings
106
Cursor keys
Delayed redial
Destination keys
56, 65, 117
DTMF pulse length
128
Edit
65
Emergency number, store
61
Enquire answering machine (DTMF) 128
Follow me
69
Forwarding
Direct dialing
116
Display messages
menu items
telephone status
DSS module
24
65, 67, 117
Display keys
113, 119
115
Direct access
Display
adjust
DSP handsfree calling
20
118
Disabling call charges account
101, 107
External line code
20, 21, 24
28
27
24
20
24
20
Dial emergency number
Door device
22
7
Dial
from call list
from telephone book
repeat
while on–hook
with digit keys
with handset on–hook
74, 88
Entering text
7
Data bits
Do not disturb
81
8, 14, 116
83
16
111–118
106
49, 50, 128
Function keys
fixed
macros
programmable
reset
set up
standard assignment
Functional test
7
72
7
73
71
7
139
Functions
call up
select
16, 17
11
Handsfree
119, 120
Handsfree Answer Back
90, 98, 119
Handsfree equipment 77, 119, 122, 136
Handsfree mode
7, 20, 21, 26, 44, 135
Headset
107
Help
100
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Index Hunt group
88
14
Menu item
select
switch
Idle display
11
13
Individual emergency destination
61
Menu key
7
Interchange
50
Messages
listen to
send
Key beep
Keyboard beep
Keys
KORR
Leave a group line
Legend strips
Listening to announcements
Lists
Location, phone
Lock
Lock/unlock telephone
Macro
programming
reset key
Mailbox
Making calls
busy
external
from call list
from telephone book
internal
partner
Mediate
144
76, 120
120
7, 22
101
88
141
38
27, 63
141
9, 133
133
38
64, 93, 99, 112
METB
Microphone
switch on or off
turn on and off
Minimail
Mode of operation
Modify standard settings
Monitor
Monitor when dialing from PC
27
78, 121
47
121
31, 41
122
74
21, 26, 42
122
Mute
47
Muting
78
No second call
127
72
72
73
Note
41
On–hook dialing
21, 44
Operating mode
18
30
24
28
27
20
53
50, 121
Note call number
Operating rules
Overview
functions
menu items
Parity
Participating in a group line
66
61
14–22
100
111–118
124
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Index Refer back
Partner
call
create group
display
divert
diverting calls
on DSS module
request
restrict signaling
update display
53
57
53
72
117
56
131
57
131
Partners
call
display
divert
Double Call
form groups
partner beep
restrict signaling
54
55
54
55
57
55
57
PC connection
111
Phone location
141
Phoning while onhook
Picking up calls
PIN
44
125
Repairs
141
Request time
104, 131
Ringing
deactivate
set
switch on and off individually
tones
130
88
88
88
130
Ringing tones
130
Rules
14–22
Second call
forward
refuse
49
48
Secret code
133
Send message
93
Sending Messages
31
Set tone dialing next
128
Setting
76
115, 118, 133
setting
77
75
PTM
111
Putting the telephone into operation
Receiving calls
Referback, with destination keys
36, 100, 124
Postdialing, Automatic
Reallocate
50
23
29, 40, 125
25, 35, 48
Receiving messages
41
Redial
call up
reallocate
24
24
61
Setting handsfree calling
Setting the language
Settings
Several connections
113, 119
84
74, 75
50
Signal tone
deactivate
130
88
Simple mode
18
Softkeys
Sound pattern
6, 16
127
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Index Specify, number of redial attempts
123
Testing the telephone
Specify acoustics
83
Time display
Standard mode
18
Time zone
Status
14
Tone dialing next
Store
call number on destination key
call numbers
data destination
39
62
60
61
Storing data
Symbols on the display
TA dialing
TA settings
Talk list
127
29, 106
104, 137
104
39
Telephone book
call number on destination key
62
call up
7
central
103
dial directory number
27
display
63
main
27
modify
63
66, 123
Note
overview
59
Storing call numbers
60
Telephone status
Terminal adapter
data connection
set
test
Test
keyboard
memory
speech path
146
88, 106, 133
10
137
126, 138
128, 138
139
120
121
126
Tone ringing off
Tones
adjust
deactivate
Transfer call
Transferring a call
Transmit data
Trap a call
139
87
87, 131
128
125, 129
83
88
49, 128
49
137
105, 128
Unlock
133
Unser functions
129
Update time display
131
VIP functions
announcement
Handsfree Answer Back
on/off
send
send message
VIP number
Voicemail
Volume
Auxiliary loudspeaker
handset
handsfree equipment
loudspeaker
ringing tone
95
90
97, 98, 118
99, 126
93
98, 129
37
79
45, 83
78
45, 83
83
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