Lynx Single Line User Guide English

Lynx Single Line User Guide English
SLT User’s Guide
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Installation Safety Precautions:
1. Never install telephone wiring during a lightning storm.
2. Never install telephone jacks in wet locations unless the jack is specifically designed for wet locations.
3. Never touch un-insulated telephone wires or terminals unless the telephone line has been disconnected at
the network interface.
4. Use caution when installing or modifying telephone lines.
The TransTel Lynx utilizes a 3 pin grounding power supply cord. This cord is not to be attached to any building
surfaces. When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Follow all warnings and instruction marked on the product.
3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for
cleaning.
4. Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or
near a swimming pool.
5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product.
6. Slots and openings in the cabinet and the back or bottom are provided for ventilation, to protect it from overheating, these
openings must not be blocked or covered. The openings should never be blocked by placing the product on the bed, sofa, rug,
or other similar surface. This product should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register. This product should not
be placed in a built-in installation unless proper ventilation is provided.
7. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the
type of power supply to your home or office, consult your dealer or local power company.
8. The socket-outlet shall be installed near the equipment and shall be easily accessible.
9. This product is equipped with a three wire grounding type plug, this plug will only fit into a grounding type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet. Do
not defeat the safety purpose of the grounding type plug.
10. Do not allow anything to rest on the power cord. Do not locate this product where the cord will be damaged by persons walking
on it.
11. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords as this can result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
12. Never push objects of any kind into this product through cabinet slots as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short out
parts that could result in a risk of fire or electric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the product.
13. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product, but take it to a qualified service man when some service or
repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassemble can cause electric shock when the appliance is subsequently used.
14. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
A. When the power supply cord or plug is damaged or frayed.
B. If liquid has been spilled into the product.
C. If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
D. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. Adjust only those control, that are covered
by the operating instructions because improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require
extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation.
E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged.
F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance.
15. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock
from lightning.
16. Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CONTENT
A. MAKING CALLS................................................ 1
A. 01 Inter Office Call (Intercom)......................... 1
A. 02 Automatic Line Access (Trunk Group Access)........... 1
A. 03 Individual Line Access............................... 2
A. 04 Speed Dialing........................................ 2
A. 05 Dial Access to Attendant............................. 3
B. WHEN LINE BUSY.............................................. 4
B. 01 Call Waiting......................................... 4
B. 02 Trunk Queuing........................................ 4
B. 03 Last Number Redial................................... 5
B. 04 Barge-In/Monitor Extension........................... 5
C. RECEIVING CALLS............................................. 6
C. 01 Answer............................................... 6
C. 02 Call Pickup.......................................... 7
C. 03 Access Control Phone – ACP (Optional)................ 8
D. DURING CONVERSATION......................................... 9
D. 01 Call On Hold......................................... 9
D. 02 Conference.......................................... 10
D. 03 Call Transfer....................................... 11
D. 04 Answer Call Waiting................................. 12
D. 05 Call Splitting...................................... 13
E. PAGING..................................................... 14
E. 01 Zone Paging (Internal).............................. 14
E. 02 All Paging (Internal)............................... 14
E. 03 Zone Paging (External).............................. 15
E. 04 All Paging (External)............................... 15
E. 05 All Paging (Internal and External).................. 16
E. 06 Answer Paging (Meet Me Page)........................ 16
F. STATION PROGRAMMING........................................ 17
F. 01
Call Forwarding ................................. 17
F. 02 Toll Restriction Override (Forced Account Code)..... 18
F. 03 Store Speed Dial.................................... 19
F. 04 Lock Up/Unlock Extension By Security Code........... 20
F. 05 Define Time-Reminding Service....................... 21
F. 06 Define Morning Call Service......................... 22
F. 07 Do Not Disturb...................................... 23
INDEX .................................................. 24
A. MAKING CALLS
A. 01
Inter Office Call (Intercom)
General:
An Intercom is for an Extension to call another Extension of the same system.
Description:
1.
2.
EXT No.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Dial Extension number.
Note: For ringing the called Digital Extension, you may change signaling from Ring
Signal to Voice Alert or Voice Alert to Ring Signal by pressing [3].
A. 02
Automatic Line Access (Trunk Group Access)
General:
The feature allows each Extension to automatically access an idle CO Line. If CO lines are divided
into trunk groups, the Extension can only access the CO line in its own group.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
*
Dial [9]
Dial tone from CO (Central Office) is heard.
Extra Trunk Group Access: (8 Groups)
1.
2.
-
.
Lift Handset.
.
*
Dial [8][7].
Dial tone from CO (Central Office) is heard.
NOTE: After key [9] or [0] is dialed, you will hear the following tones:
* Dial tone means a CO line is selected.
* Busy tone means all CO lines are busy.
1A. MAKING CALLS
Single Line Telephone
A. 03
Individual Line Access
General:
Any CO line can be directly selected.
Description:
1.
2.
TK No.
3.
A. 04
.
Lift Handset.
.
Dial Individual Line Access Code.
*
.
Dial tone from CO(Central Office) is heard.
Dial the Telephone Number.
Speed Dialing
General:
By dialing a programmed Speed Dial Access Code, System will automatically dial a set of
telephone number assigned for the Code. For individual Speed Dial, 10 sets are available for
programming.
*** For programming, please refer to F. 03 Station Programming -- Store Speed Dial. ***
Description:
1.
2.
3.
S.A.C.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Dial Speed Dial Access Code [7],[5].
.
Dial Speed Access Code 00~09, 100~999.
,
to
to
---This function code can be programmed in System Programming Mode: 22 Fun05 for GDS.
Single Line Telephone
A. MAKING CALLS
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A. 05
Dial Access to Attendant
General:
This is for an Extension user to reach the Attendant Console or the operator by dialing a
programmed one-digit code. (usually 0)
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Dial [0]
NOTE: When digit [9] is programmed for Automatic Line Access, digit [0] is for Dial
Access to Attendant. On the contrary, when digit [0] is programmed for Automatic
Line Access, digit [9] is for Dial Access To Attendant.
3A. MAKING CALLS
Single Line Telephone
B. WHEN LINE BUSY
B. 01
Call Waiting
General:
If the Extension you're calling is busy or not answered, this feature allows you to "mark" the station
so that when the called Extension becomes free, the called Extension will ring back your Extension.
Description:
When Busy Tone is heard or no one answers your call:
. Press [6] before you hear the 2nd type busy tone.
1.
2.
. Hang up and wait for recall.
* When the called Extension is free, your will hear the Call Waiting Ring on your Extension.
---This function must enable in System Programming Mode: 44-st-04 for GDS.
When Call Waiting Ring is heard:
. Lift Handset, then the called Extension will ring.
NOTE: If a Call Waiting Recall is not answered after a programmed duration of about 90
seconds, the recall will automatically be canceled.
B. 02
Trunk Queuing
General:
Trunk Queuing is for an Extension to queue (wait in line) for a busy trunk. When the busy
trunk gets free, it will automatically signal the first free Extension in Queue.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Press [9] or [0] to access a CO Line but hear the busy tone.
3.
.
Press [6] before you hear the 2nd type busy tone.
4.
.
Hang up and wait for recall.
2.
/
NOTE: After receiving a recall, lift the Handset. A dial tone will be heard. You can then dial telephone number.
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B. WHEN LINE BUSY
B. 03
Last Number Redial
General:
This feature automatically stores the last dialed outside telephone number for you to redial.
The number is stored whether the call answered, not answered or busy.
Description:
1.
2.
-
.
Lift Handset.
.
Dial Last Number Redial Code [7],[4].
* When [7], [4] are pressed, the Extension will automatically select a CO line for dialing
the last dialed number.
B. 04
Barge-In/Monitor Extension
General:
This feature is for an Extension to override or to monitor another busy or DND Extension
or CO line. This needs to be programmed beforehand.
Description:
When you dial an Extension or CO Line but busy tone is heard, you can
to Override:
.
Dial [0], a short tone will signal the barged Extension.
A 3-party conference is made.
.
*
Dial [#] to monitor. (If programmed)
This feature is without the handset-mute function.
to Monitor:
B. WHEN LINE BUSY
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C. RECEIVING CALLS
C. 01
Answer
General:
To answer a call.
Description:
To answer an Intercom call or CO:
.
6
Lift Handset.
Single Line Telephone
C. RECEIVING CALLS
C. 02
Call Pickup
General:
The feature is for an Extension to answer for another ringing Extensions. (grouped by programming
or not grouped.)
Description:
Direct Call Pickup
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Press [*] key.
3.
.
Dial the ringing Extension number.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Press [*] then [9] key.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Press [*] then [0] key.
.
Lift Handset.
.
Press [*] then [8] key.
.
Dial a programmed Group number:
1-8 for Extension in Group 1-8.
Pickup All Groups
1.
2.
-
Pickup same Group
1.
2.
-
Pickup Groups
1.
2.
3.
to
C. RECEIVING CALLS
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C. 03
Access Control Phone – ACP (Optional)
General:
The feature is for an Extension to answer an ACP call.
Description:
To answer a ACP call:
.
Lift Handset.
*** An Extension has to be programmed beforehand for receiving ACP calls.
Please refer to the System Programming manual.***
To unlock the door by Extension:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Dial Extension number of ACP.
3.
.
Dial [0] to open the door.
1.
.
Answer the ACP ringing by Lifting Handset.
2.
.
Dial [0] to open the door.
Or
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C. RECEIVING CALLS
D. DURING CONVERSATION
D. 01
Call On Hold
General:
This is for holding a CO line or an intercom call. Calls on hold can be retrieved by any
Extension.
Description:
To place a call on hold:
1.
<=
2.
or
**
.
.
In conversation.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
The party placed on hold will hear the music from the system.
To retrieve a hold call:
1.
2.
-
/
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7][2] or flash the hook switch again.
To retrieve a hold internal calls by any Extension:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2. Hold Ext No.
.
Dial the hold Extension number.
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2. TK No,
.
Dial Line Access Code Trunk number.
To retrieve an outside call by any Extension:
NOTE:
1.
2.
3.
The holding Extension will be recalled if it fails to retrieve after a programmed duration
*** See System Programming. ***
The "Hold Recall" will ring the holding Extension. If the call is still not answered, the "Hold Recall" will
continue to ring both the holding Extension and the Attendant Console. The Recall won't stop until it is
answered.
If there is several calls hold at the same time, unless the first "Hold Recall" is answered, the second won't
ring.
D. DURING CONVERSATION
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D. 02
Conference
General:
An Extension user can make a Conference with two other parties. (Either outside or inside.)
Description:
Conference with two parties:
1.
<=A
.
In conversation with the A party.
2.
or
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
3.
<=B
.
Make a call to the B party.
4.
or
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
.
Press [3] when the A party answers, all three
parties are connected.
5.
**
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Please refer to D.01 Call on Hold if you meet the hold problem.
Single Line Telephone
D. DURING CONVERSATION
D. 03
Call Transfer
General:
Call Transfer is to send a call from one Extension to another. There are three types of Transfer:
Directly, Indirectly, and voice-announced. For Directly Transfer, the sending Extension
transfers the call and hangs up directly; for Indirect Transfer, the sending Extension rings a selected
Extension and waits until the call is answered, then transfer the call; for voice-announced, the
sending Extension informs the selected Extension through Speaker by the paging function.
Description:
Transfer an outside call:
1.
<=A
2.
3.
or
<=B
4.
5.
A<=B
.
In conversation with the A party.
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
.
Make a call to the internal B party.
.
Hang up the handset.
.
Then the A party is connected to the B party.
NOTE:
1.
2.
Transfer Recall:
If the selected Extension is busy, the transferred call will ring when the busy Extension is free. If the
transferred call is not answered after a programmed duration, the call will ring back the sending Extension.
To transfer the call again or to another party, retrieve the hold party and repeat the Call Transfer
procedure.
D. DURING CONVERSATION
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D. 04
Answer Call Waiting
General:
As described in B.01 Call Waiting, you are absent or your Extension is busy when other
Extension uses the Call Waiting feature to wait for your answer.
Description:
Your Extension busy
1.
.
In conversation.
2.
.
You hear the Call Waiting Tone.
3.
.
End the previous call.
4.
.
Wait for the Call Waiting Ringing.
5.
.
Lift Handset to answer the call.
<=
Terminate the previous call by hanging up or hold the previous call by flashing hook switch then put
the handset on hook to wait the call waiting.
* The waiting Extension will receive a Call Waiting Ring when you stop the previous
call. Once the waiting caller answers the Ring, your telephone then rings. If the
Handset of the waiting Extension is still off hook for waiting, or its Speaker is on to
wait your answer, your Extension will ring immediately after you hang up.
Your Extension is idle when someone leaves Message at your Extension.
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Press [7][6] to ring the waiting Extension.
* If someone is waiting for your response, you will hear ringback tone after pressing
[7][6].
* If the waiting extension is busy or no one leaves message to you, you will hear busy
tone after pressing [7][6].
* There are maximum 8 extensions can leave messages to you before you retrieve all
the messages.
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D. DURING CONVERSATION
D. 05
Call Splitting
General:
This is for an Extension user to talk to two parties alternatively at the same time.
Description:
1.
<=A
.
In conversation with the A party.
2.
or
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
3.
<=B
.
Make another call to the B party.
4.
or
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
5.
<= A
.
In conversation with the A party.
6.
or
.
Flash the hook switch or press [Flash] Key.
7.
<= B
.
In conversation with the B party.
D. DURING CONVERSATION
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E. PAGING
E. 01
Zone Paging (Internal)
General:
This feature allows an Extension to announce to a zone of Extensions through Speaker on the
telephone. There are eight Paging Zones in the system. The paging can be received from Digital
phone only.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
-
.
Press [#] then [2].
3.
P.Z.C.
.
Dial a one-digit Paging Zone Code.
The range of the paging zone is from 1 to 8.
to
NOTE:
E. 02
A busy Extension can not receive the paging.
All Paging (Internal)
General:
The feature is for paging all zones. The paging can be received from Digital ephone only.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Press [#].
3.
.
Dial a one-digit All Paging Code 1.
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E. PAGING
E. 03
Zone Paging (External)
General:
In system, Paging can be broadcast over external paging equipment to one of the eight
(maximum, depend on the system) External Zones.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
-
.
Press [#] then [3].
3.
Paging Code
.
Dial a one-digit External Paging Code(1-8).
E. 04
All Paging (External)
General:
Paging can be broadcast over an external paging equipment to all external zones.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Press [#].
3.
.
Dial All External Paging Code [9].
E. PAGING
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E. 05
All Paging (Internal and External)
General:
The feature allows an Extension to announce to all Internal and External Paging Zones.
Description:
1.
.
Lift Handset.
2.
.
Press [#].
3.
.
Dial All Paging Code [0].
E. 06
Answer Paging (Meet Me Page)
General:
A paging through Speaker or external paging equipment can be answered through any
Extension before the paging party hangs up.
Description:
1.
2.
16
-
.
Lift Handset.
.
Press [#], [*].
Single Line Telephone
E. PAGING
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
F. 01 Call Forwarding
General:
1. To forward All Calls:
All incoming calls (Incoming CO, Intercom and Transferred CO Lines) to your
Extension is automatically forwarded to any other Extension of the system you have
programmed.
2. When No Answer or Busy:
If your Extension fails to answer after 20 seconds (programmed) or is busy, all incoming
calls to your Extension is automatically forwarded to any other Extension you have
programmed.
Description:
To forward:
1.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
3. CODE.
.
4. Ext. No.
.
Dial [1] for All Call,
[2] for Busy, and
[31] for Busy /No Answer.
[32] for No Answer.
Dial the forwarded Extension number or [86] for Voice Mail.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0]
Dial [1] for All Call,
[2] for Busy, and
[31] for Busy /No Answer.
[32] for No Answer.
Dial your Extension number.
2.
-
To cancel:
1.
2.
-
3.
CODE.
.
4.
Ext. No.
.
---This function code can be programmed in System Programming Mode: 22 Fun01 of GDS.
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
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F. 02
Toll Restriction Override (Forced Account Code)
General:
Toll Restriction prevents telephone toll abuse and saves telephone costs. Once a correct
Forced Account Code (FAC) is dialed, you have access to Unrestricted Dialing. And the
SMDR will record all outgoing calls of the station.
*** For details of setting an FAC, please refer to the System Programming manual of
each system. ***
Description:
1.
2.
-
3.
4.
5.
F.A.C.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
.
Dial [4].
.
Dial the Forced Account Code.
.
Dial telephone number.
NOTE: 1. If the dialed FAC is correct, your Extension will automatically selects an idle CO
line for you. If not, you will hear Busy Tone.
2. Once you end the call, the Extension automatically returns to normal (in Toll
Restriction Mode).
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F. STATION PROGRAMMING
F. 03
Store Speed Dial
General:
Speed Dial automatically dials the stored telephone numbers.
Description:
To store Personal Speed Dial:
1.
2.
-
3.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
.
Dial [8].
4.
SPD CODE
.
*
Dial the Speed Access Code.
PERSONAL SPEED ACCESS CODE: 0 – 9
5.
TRUNK CODE
.
*
Dial the Trunk Number.
00:
Use own trunk group.
01~07: Use Dedicated Trunk Number.
.
Dial stored telephone numbers (Max.30 digits).
.
Press [#] (hear save tone) or Hang up.
5.
6.
/
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
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F. 04
Lock Up/Unlock Extension By Security Code
General:
To prevent others from making outside calls through your telephone, you may lock your telephone
by Security Code.
Description:
To lock up/unlock:
1.
2.
-
3.
4.
S. CODE
5.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
.
Press [9].
.
Define/Enter your Security Code.
.
Hang up.
Extension is locked/unlocked.
The Security Code is made up of eight digits.
NOTE: To change the Security Code, unlock the Extension and then lock it up by a new
Security Code.
Access to a locked-up telephone:
1.
2.
-
3.
4.
5.
20
S. CODE
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
.
Press [#].
.
Enter your Security Code.
.
Wait for Dial Tone then dial the telephone number.
Single Line Telephone
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
F. 05
Define Time-Reminding Service
General:
System is equipped with an internal clock. For the Time-Reminding Service, you can assign your
Extension to receive a Time-Reminding call at a specific time. There are two kinds of the
reminding source can be selected from the system programming 44-st-08. You will hear one of the
reminding source after you answer the Time-Reminding call.
Description:
To define:
1.
.
Lift handset.
.
Press [7], [0].
.
Press [0].
.
Enter the Alarm-Time HH:MM (24-hour) format.
5.
.
Enter the duration (00-98 minutes).
6.
.
Hang up.
2.
-
3.
4.
HH:MM
To cancel:
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
Repeat all above steps except entering 00:00 for
Alarm-Time (step 4).
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F. 06
Define Morning Call Service
General:
For the Morning Call Service, a predefined Voice Announcement alarms or Tone alarm or
Music alarm will ring assigned Extensions when the programmed time is on.
Description:
The procedures are the same as F. 05 Define Time-Reminding Service.
Step
set the duration for 99.
NOTE: Once the morning call is answered, the "Morning Call Service" feature is
automatically cancelled. And you have to define again next time when you want
to use this service.
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F. STATION PROGRAMMING
F. 07
Do Not Disturb
General:
Each Extension can be individually programmed for blocking all incoming calls. A user
whose Extension is in the DND mode can still make calls and use features of the
telephone. A caller attempting to reach an Extension in DND mode will receive "Do Not
Disturb" on the LCD (Key Telephone) and hear Busy Tone.
Description:
To set Do Not Disturb:
1.
.
Lift handset.
2.
-
.
Press [7], [0].
3.
-
.
Press [5], [1].
(You will hear the confirmation tone.)
.
Hang up.
.
Lift handset.
4.
To cancel Do Not Disturb:
1.
2.
-
.
Press [7], [0].
3.
-
.
Press [5], [2].
(You will hear the confirmation tone.)
.
Hang up.
4.
F. STATION PROGRAMMING
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INDEX
A
Access Control Phone – ACP
All Paging (External)
All Paging (Internal and External)
All Paging (Internal)
Answer
Answer Call Waiting
Answer Paging
Automatic Line Access
I
7
14
14
13
6
11
15
1
Individual Line Access
Inter Office Call (Intercom)
L
Last Number Redial
Lock Up Extension By Security Code
5
Meet Me Page
16
8
6
12
10
4
9
21
19
3
21
24
2
17
T
Toll Restriction Override
Trunk Queuing
Unlock Extension By Security Code
17
4
17
18
Z
Zone Paging (External)
Zone Paging (Internal)
F
Forced Account Code
Speed Dialing
Store Speed Dial
U
D
Define Morning Call Service
Define Time-Reminding Service
Dial Access to Attendant
Do Not Disturb
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S
C
Call Forwarding
Call On Hold
Call Pickup
Call Splitting
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Conference
5
18
M
B
Barge-In/Monitor Extension
2
1
14
13
1562 Park Lane South, Suite 400
Jupiter, FL 33458
http://www.transtelcommunications.com
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