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Quick Reference Guide
Optiset E Entry and Basic
for Hicom 300 E CS
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These
limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and
can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to
which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to the equipment that are not
expressly approved by the responsible party for compliance could void the
user’s authority to operate the equipment.
This equipment does not exceed Class B limits per radio noise emissions for
digital apparatus, set out in the Radio Interference Regulation of the Canadian
Department of Communications. Operation in a residential area may cause
unacceptable interference to radio and TV reception requiring the owner or
operator to take whatever steps are necessary to correct the interference.
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November 1998
Form No. GU30-1603-01
Part No. 06D8630 EC No. A93070
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Contents
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i
Welcome to Your Optiset E Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Optiset E Entry Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Optiset E Basic Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Bay Option Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Optiset E Local Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Where to Go for Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Your Class of Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Line Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Status Lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Feature Keys and Access Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Volume Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Changing Your Audio Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Callback Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Connect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Consultation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Last Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
PhoneMail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Pick A Call and Add to Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Repertory Dialing (Repdial) Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Saved Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Speaker . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Station Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
System Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
System Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Feature Access Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
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Welcome to Your Optiset E
Telephone
The Optiset E Entry and Optiset E Basic telephones work with
your company’s Siemens Hicom 300 E Communications
Server to give you advanced, easy-to-use telephone features.
The communications server is your facility’s internal
telecommunications system.
Optiset E Entry Telephone
The Entry phone has three feature keys, one for a single line
extension, two for optional features programmed at your
communications server. Its speaker is only used for the ringing
tone, not for voice transmission. When the phone is idle, users
cannot do “on hook” dialing, dialing after pressing the line key
or a feature key without lifting the handset. Instead, they must
pick up the handset before dialing or initiating features such as
Repdials for one-touch dialing, Station Speed Dialing, and
System Speed dialing.
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4)
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2)
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7 48 59 6
70 8 9
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Figure 1. Optiset E Entry Telephone
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Handset
Speaker for ringing tone only
Keys for telephone settings
3 feature keys with status lights
Key pad
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Optiset E Basic Telephone
The Basic phone has a speaker and eight feature keys that may
be used for up to four multiple-line extensions and for features
programmed at your communications server. In addition, it has
one option bay underneath its base that supports user-installable
bay option modules.
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Figure 2. Optiset E Basic Telephone
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2)
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5)
Handset
Speaker (ringing tone/open listening)
Keys for telephone settings
8 feature keys with status lights
Key pad
Bay Option Modules
The bay option modules snap into place in the bay underneath
the Basic phone. They are the same size and shape, but labels
clearly identify their type.
Figure 3. Bay Option Modules
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Optiset E Analog Adapter
The Analog Adapter lets you attach a standard analog device,
such as a phone, facsimile machine, modem, or answering
machine, to your phone via an RJ11 connector on the back of
the adapter. The attached device is configured at your
communications server to be completely independent, with its
own phone number. It can be attached to a standard telephone
cable up to 300 ft. long. This adapter requires the Optiset E
Local Power Supply for operation. (See “Optiset E Local Power
Supply” on page 6.)
Optiset E Data Adapter
The Data Adapter lets you connect your phone to a computer or
terminal via a 25-pin connector for an EIA-232-E cable. You
can make asynchronous data calls by issuing AT commands
from your attached PC or terminal to your phone, much as you
would to an attached modem. This adapter supports baud rates
of up to 38.4 kilobytes per second (autobaud detection),
simultaneous voice and data communication, hardware flow
control (RTS/CTS) and full duplex operation. It also supports
the Siemens Application Programming Interface (API), data
loopback for customer service tests, and V.120 and DMI mode
2-Bit Rate Adaptation.
Optiset E ISDN Adapter
The ISDN Adapter lets you connect ISDN S0 bus devices such
as phones, PC cards, LAN Bridges, G4 fax machines, and video
equipment to your phone via an RJ45 connector. It supports up
to 64 kilobytes per second simultaneously on each bearer
channel. It will only work properly in a primary phone, not in a
phone attached to another phone with the Phone Adapter. You
can only connect two ISDN devices to the adapter.
Optiset E Phone Adapter
The Phone Adapter lets you attach another Optiset E phone to
your Basic phone. It provides an RJ11 connector to which you
can attach the second phone via a standard telephone cable up
to 300 feet long. You can then place the second phone in an area
not wired for a phone. The attached phone is configured at your
communications server to be a completely independent phone
with its own phone number.
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Figure 4. Installation of Bay Option Modules
1. Disconnect the phone line from the wall jack or phone and
place the phone ➀ on a soft surface with the keypad facing
down.
2. Hold the adapter ➁ with the male connector strip facing
down and mount it in the mounting location on the bottom of
the phone, sliding the two tabs ➂ into the two slots ➃.
3. Gently press down on the adapter until the male connector
strip is inserted all the way into the female connector strip ➄.
For the Analog Adapter, connect an analog device to the 6-pin
RJ11 port on the back of the Analog Adapter (connecting
tip/ring to pins 3 and 4). Reconnect the phone line to the phone.
Note that the analog adapter requires the Optiset E Local Power
Supply for operation.
For the Data Adapter, connect the data terminal equipment to
the 25-pin (EIA232) connector on the back of the Data Adapter.
Reconnect the phone line to the phone.
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For the ISDN Adapter, connect the ISDN terminal to the RJ45
adapter. Reconnect the phone line to the phone.
For the Phone Adapter, connect the secondary Optiset E phone
into the RJ11 connector on the adapter. Reconnect the phone
line to the phone.
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Optiset E Local Power Supply
The Local Power Supply is required for the Analog Adapter. It
may also be required in other situations, depending on the
Optiset E telephone’s configuration, the type of phone cable
used, the length of the phone cable from the communications
server, and the type of communications server used. Only one
Optiset E Local Power Supply can be used at a time on an
Optiset E phone. However, one Local Power Supply can be
used on a primary phone and a second Local Power Supply can
be used on a secondary phone attached to the primary phone
through a Phone Adapter.
Installation of Local Power Supply
To install a local power supply:
1. Disconnect the phone line from the wall jack and from the
phone. New phones should have a line cord attached to the
phone, but may not be plugged into the wall jack. Plug the
line cord (PN 51A4871) ➀ that comes with the power supply
into the jack on the phone and into the jack on the power
supply labeled
.
Digital
2. Plug one end ➁ of the line cord that you disconnected from
the phone into the jack on the power supply labeled
.
3. Plug the other end ➂ of this cord into the wall jack. Note that
you could plug it into an Optiset E Phone Adapter installed
in another properly installed phone instead.
4. Plug the power supply ➃ into a properly grounded 120 VAC
electrical outlet.
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Where to Go for Assistance
Although every company has its own way of handling support
for Optiset E telephones, most have a person responsible for
making configuration changes and answering questions about
the telephone system. This person, the system administrator,
can provide you with information on the features you need to
use and can help troubleshoot problems with your phone when
necessary. For more detailed information about your phone’s
features and operation, refer to the Optiset E Entry, Basic,
Standard, Advance, Advance Plus, Advance Conference, and
Liberator Administrator Guide for Hicom 300 E CS
(GU30-1602-01).
Your Class of Service
Each phone in your Siemens telephone system has a class of
service (COS) that specifies the features available to it.
Therefore, you may find that some features included in this
guide are not available on your telephone. Ask your system
administrator which features have been assigned to your
telephone.
Line Keys
Your Optiset E telephone has a separate line key for every
extension that appears on your phone. You use the line keys to
answer and place calls.
Status Lights
The red status lights next to the line keys tell you what is
happening on those lines. A line key status light may turn on
steadily, blink, or flash at different rates to signal the status of
that line.
Table 1. Line Key Status Light Flash Rates
Flash Rate
Line Status
Off
Available
On steady
In use
Blinking
Ringing
Flashing (faster)
On hold
Flickering (fastest)
Forwarded
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Feature Keys and Access Codes
You can press feature keys to gain access to Siemens telephone
system features such as Hold, Transfer, Mailbox, and Program.
Since your phone has already been assigned a set of feature
keys, it may not have some of the feature keys described here.
However, you may still use any feature available on your
system and permitted by your class of service by dialing its
feature access code, if it has one. This guide explains the basic
steps for using many features, including the default feature
access codes. Your system administrator may have configured
both the acronyms for feature keys and the access codes
differently from how they appear here.
Volume Keys
Use the Volume Up + and Volume Down - keys to adjust
the voice volume of your telephone. While on a call, press +
to raise the volume of the voice you are hearing, or press - to
lower it. Press either key repeatedly until you reach the desired
voice level. Holding down either key only changes the volume
one step.
When you hang up or switch to another call, the voice volume
returns to the default level. To save the new setting before
hanging up, press the + and - keys together before hanging
up.
Sounds
Your phone makes different sounds to let you know what’s
going on; rings occur on a line that you are not using to indicate
that you have an incoming call, tones occur while you are using
your phone and provide information about calls and features.
Table 2. Rings
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Sound
Meaning
Single (repeated)
Internal or Emergency
call
Double (repeated)
External call
Triple (repeated)
Callback
Table 3. Tones
Sound
Meaning
Busy tone
The party you called is
on the phone.
Dial tone
You can make a call or
invoke a feature.
Fast busy tone
Invalid call
Short tone every 20
secs.
Internal call waiting
3 short tones (confirmation tone)
A feature has been successfully activated.
3 short tones followed
by dial tone
Additional input, such
as a PIN, is required.
2 short tones every 20
secs.
External call waiting
Wavering (error) tone
Invalid feature request
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Changing Your Audio Settings
To change the audio settings on your phone:
1. When your phone is idle, press the + key or the - key.
2. Press one of the following digits:
1 for ring volume
2 for ring tone
3 for alert tone
Your phone will make the sound of the current setting.
3. If you want to exit without making changes, press #.
4. To adjust the setting higher or lower, press the + or keys.
Your phone will make the sound of the adjustment.
5. If you want to exit without making changes, press #.
6. To save the adjustment you have made, press the + and
- keys together.
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Callback Request
Callback Request has the communications server help you
complete calls to extensions that are busy, ringing, or in Do Not
Disturb mode. It lets you hang up and have the communications
server call you back with triple rings. When you then answer,
the communications server automatically dials the number.
To request a callback,
1.
2.
Listen for the phone to ring or for the busy signal.
CALLBCK
Press the Callback (CALLBCK) key, or dial # 1.
3.
Listen for the confirmation tone. If you have a
display phone, WILL CALL BACK is displayed.
4.
Hang up.
5.
When the communications server calls back with
triple rings, answer and it will dial the extension.
To cancel a callback,
1.
2.
Get a dial tone, and dial # # 1. You will hear the
confirmation tone.
Hang up.
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Conference
The Conference feature lets you have up to eight parties,
including yourself, in a telephone conversation. The other
parties besides yourself can be on trunks (outside lines) or
extensions.
To set up a conference,
1.
TRANSFR
During a call, press the Transfer (TRANSFR) key
to put the party on consultation hold.
2.
Listen for the confirmation tone, followed by the
internal dial tone.
3.
Dial the extension you want to add, or dial 9 and
the outside number.
4.
CONF
After the party answers, press the Conference
(CONF) key (or TRANSFR) to join all the parties.
To reconnect to the conference when a called party
isn’t joining,
CONNECT
Press the Connect key.
To drop the last added party,
1.
CLEAR
2.
CONF
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Press the Clear key, or press TRANSFR and dial
∗ ∗ ∗ 4.
Press the Conference (CONF) key (or TRANSFR)
to rejoin the conference.
Connect
Connect lets you
• reconnect with a call placed on consultation hold
• reconnect with a transferred call before the transfer is complete
• alternate between two parties, when you have one of them
on consultation hold
To reconnect with a call,
CONNECT
Press the Connect key.
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Consultation
Consultation lets you put the other party in a call on
consultation hold, so that you can call and talk privately with a
second party. You can then press the Connect key to alternate
between the two parties.
To consult with a second party during a call,
1.
TRANSFR
Press the Transfer (TRANSFR) key to put the first
party on consultation hold.
Listen for the confirmation tone, followed by the
internal dial tone. The Connect light flashes.
2.
3.
Dial the second party’s extension or 9 and the
outside number.
4.
Talk with the second party.
To reconnect with the first party,
CONNECT
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Press the Connect key. You can continue to use the
Connect key to alternate between the two parties.
Forwarding
Forwarding redirects your incoming calls to another extension
or an outside number. Variable Forwarding lets you set up an
extension or outside number for forwarding under conditions
you specify. Fixed Forwarding sends calls to extensions set up
for you at the communications server.
To use Variable Forwarding for all calls under all
conditions,
1.
FORWARD
Get a dial tone, and press the Forward key or dial
# 9 1.
2.
Dial the extension or 9 and the outside number you
want to receive your calls.
3.
Hang up.
To cancel Variable Forwarding,
1.
2.
FORWARD
Press the Forward key, or get a dial tone and dial
# # 9 1.
Hang up.
To cancel Fixed Forwarding,
Get a dial tone and dial # # 9 0.
To restore Fixed Forwarding,
Get a dial tone and dial # 9 0.
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Hold
The Hold key lets you hang up a line without disconnecting the
other party. If you do not retrieve the call after a certain period
of time (determined by the communications server), your phone
will ring. If it is an external call and you do not answer, the call
is transferred to the operator.
If you want to make another call after placing a call on hold, you
must use another line. If your telephone has only one line, press
the Transfer (TRANSFR) key, instead of the HOLD key, to
place the call on consultation hold, then dial the second party.
To put a call on hold,
1.
2.
HOLD
Press the Hold key.
Hang up.
To reconnect,
Press the line key next to the flashing status light,
or pick up the handset and press the line key.
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Last Number Redial
Last Number Redial lets you quickly redial the last number you
have dialed. Each time you dial a valid internal or external
telephone number it is automatically stored so that you can
redial it later. Numbers dialed during consultation calls and
transfers are also stored. Only one number is stored at a time,
and once you dial a new number it replaces the number stored
previously.
To redial the last number dialed,
LNR
Press the Last Number Redial (LNR) key.
Or get a dial tone and dial # # 4.
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Mailbox
This feature lets you receive and answer PhoneMail messages
and reminder messages left on your phone by internal callers.
Messages turn on the status light beside your Mailbox key and
(on display phones) provide information about the call. If you
have a PhoneMail key, PhoneMail messages turn on the status
light beside it instead.
The Mailbox key also lets you leave reminder messages at other
extensions.A reminder message left on an internal call turns on
the Mailbox status light on the other phone. It also leaves a
reminder message if the other phone has a display.
To answer a message,
MAILBOX
Press the Mailbox key.
The communications server calls back the party or
system that left the message. (It can call a
voicemail system or another number configured at
the communications server.) When the party or
system answers, the message is deleted.
To leave a reminder message,
1.
2.
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MAILBOX
After receiving a busy or ringing signal, press the
Mailbox key or dial # ∗ 1.
Hang up. The other party’s Mailbox status light
turns on. If the other party has a display phone, the
system will also leave a reminder message
providing your name and the date and time of your
call.
Park
Park lets you move a call to an extension and hold it there
without ringing that extension. You or another party can then
retrieve the call from the extension as needed.
To park a call to another extension,
1.
TRANSFR
Press the Transfer (TRANSFR) key.
2.
Dial ∗ 6.
3.
Dial the extension where you want to
park the call.
4.
Hang up.
To retrieve a parked call,
1.
Get a dial tone.
2.
Dial ∗ 6.
3.
Dial the extension where the call is
parked.
4.
Begin speaking.
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PhoneMail
This feature lets you receive voicemail messages and perform
other voicemail operations through the PhoneMail system.
Messages turn on the status light beside your PhoneMail
(PHMAIL) key. If you do not have a PhoneMail key, voicemail
messages turn on your Mailbox key’s status light. (See
“Mailbox” on page 18.)
To contact PhoneMail to receive a message or
perform other operations,
PHMAIL
Press the PhoneMail (PHMAIL) key.
Pickup
Pickup features let you answer calls ringing, on hold, queued, or
parked at other extensions.
Group Pickup lets you answer a call to an extension in your
pickup group (set up at the communications server) even when
you do not know the number for the extension.
Station Pickup lets you answer a call at any extension, provided
that you know the number for the extension.
To answer a call in your pickup group,
PICKUP
PICKUP
Press the Pickup key twice. Or get a dial
tone and dial ∗ ∗ 3.
To answer a call ringing, on hold, queued, or
parked at any extension,
1.
2.
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PICKUP
Press the Pickup key, or get a dial tone and
dial ∗ 3.
Dial the extension.
Pick A Call and Add to Conference
You can use the Pickup feature to pick up the following kinds
of calls and add them to a conference call.
• a call alerting or ringing on another extension, on your
phone or other phones
• a call on hold on another line, on your phone or another
phone
• a call parked on another extension
• a call on busy standby queuing for another extension
• a call on busy standby queuing for the line that you are using
To pick a call and add it to a conference,
1.
PICKUP
2.
Press the Pickup key during a two-party call or a
conference call. Or get a dial tone and dial ∗ 3. The
other call is placed on consultation hold.
Dial the extension where the call to be picked up is
located.
If the call you are picking up is on busy standby
queuing for your line, you will already be
connected to it now. You do not have to dial an
extension for it.
3.
CONF
After the picked up party answers, press the
Conference (CONF) key to join all the parties.
If the picked up party does not want to join the
conference, press the Clear key. This disconnects
the picked up party and returns you to the original
call.
To go back and forth (toggle) between the picked
up party and the original call, press the Connect
key.
Note: You can also transfer, place on hold, place on
consultation hold, or park a call you have picked up. (See
“Transfer” on page 27, “Hold” on page 16, “Consultation” on
page 14, and “Park” on page 19.) To screen an incoming call
before picking it up, put the conference on hold and answer the
call. Then return to the conference and pick up the call.
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Repertory Dialing (Repdial) Keys
This feature lets you set up each repdial key on your faceplate
for one-touch dialing of an extension, outside number, feature
access code, or combination of numbers and feature access
codes.
To set up a repdial key,
1.
2.
PROGRAM
R-
Press the Program key.
Press the repdial (R-) key that you want to use.
Enter the dialing sequence you want to assign to
the key.
3.
You can press - to add multiple time delays (the
default is 2 seconds for each) to the sequence.
4.
PROGRAM
Press the Program key. On your faceplate, label the
key with the name of the feature or person that it
dials.
To dial using a repdial key,
R-
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Press the repdial (R-) key.
Saved Number Redial
This feature saves a number that you have dialed. Later, you can
redial your saved number by pressing the Saved Number Redial
(SAV/RDL) key.
To save a number you have dialed, while you are
still connected with that number,
SAV/RDL
Press the Saved Number Redial (SAV/RDL) key,
or dial # 4 while the call is still ringing or busy.
To dial your saved number,
SAV/RDL
Press the Saved Number Redial (SAV/RDL) key,
or get a dial tone and dial # 4.
Speaker
The Basic phone has a speaker that you can use for receiving
calls or listening to the PhoneMail system. You must pick up
your handset to speak to the other party.
To answer a call,
Pick up the handset. The blinking status light next
to the line key turns on steadily.
To hang up,
Hang up the handset.
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Station Speed Dialing
Station Speed Dialing lets you assign frequently used dialing
sequences (extensions, outside numbers, or feature access
codes) to each of ten single-digit codes (0 through 9). You can
then dial a single-digit code instead of the entire sequence. You
can also be set up at the communications server for up to 30
codes, in groups of 10. If you are set up for more than ten, they
follow a double-digit scheme (00 through 29).
To set up a station speed code,
1.
SPEED
SPEED
Press the Station Speed (SPEED) key
twice, or get a dial tone and dial # # 3.
2.
Enter the station speed code.
3.
Enter the dialing sequence. Then hang up.
To dial using a station speed code,
1.
SPEED
Press the Station Speed (SPEED) key.
2.
Listen for the confirmation tone.
3.
Dial the station speed code.
OR
1.
Get a dial tone.
2.
Dial # 3 and then the station speed code.
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System Hold
System Hold lets you move a call to a system slot (a temporary
holding place) and hold it there. The call can then be retrieved
from any extension.
To place a call on system hold,
1.
TRANSFR
Press the Transfer (TRANSFR) key. You will hear
the confirmation tone and dial tone. Dial ∗ 8.
Enter a slot number (0-9). If you hear a busy signal,
try a different slot number. If all slots are full, you
will hear a fast busy signal. Then hang up.
2.
To retrieve a call on system hold,
1.
2.
3.
Get a dial tone.
SYSHOLD
Press the System Hold (SYSHOLD) key, or
dial ∗ 8.
Dial the number of the system slot where the call is
on system hold.
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System Speed Dialing
If the System Speed Dialing feature is set up on your
communications server, you can dial frequently called outside
numbers (local, long distance, and international) by dialing a
code number. Usually these codes are published for an entire
company in a special system speed directory. Consult your
system administrator if you do not know your system speed
numbers. Your company may have up to sixteen system speed
lists. You may have access to two of these lists. For release 6.5
and above, you may have access to two of these lists or to the
first ten lists plus one additional list. A number set up for a
system speed code can contain an initial Personal Identification
Number (PIN), if one is necessary to make outside calls.
To make a system speed call,
1.
2.
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SYS-SP1
Press the correct System Speed key (SYS-SP1 for
the first System Speed list or SYS-SP2 for the
second). Or, get a dial tone and dial # 6 1 for the
first list or # 6 2 for the second.
Dial the system speed code.
Transfer
Transfer lets you move a call to another extension or to an
outside number if your communications server is set up to do
this.
To transfer a call,
1.
2.
Ask the other party to hold.
TRANSFR
Press the Transfer (TRANSFR) key.
3.
Dial the extension, or dial 9 and the outside
number.
4.
If you want, announce the caller when the party
answers.
5.
Hang up.
To reconnect,
CONNECT
Before hanging up, press the Connect key to rejoin
the original call.
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Feature Access Codes
To use feature access codes
➩ Get a dial tone, or press the Transfer key during a call. Dial the
feature access code. You may need to press the Connect key to
return to your call.
Feature
Account Number
Access Code
∗2
Bad Line Reporting
Busy Override
∗563
##7
Buzz
Callback Request
#∗2
#1
Cancel
Class of Service
##1
Restore Primary
Return to Secondary
Com Group Speaker Call
Conference
Remove Last Party
Remove Specific Party
∗#591
∗#590
∗∗6
∗∗∗4
∗ ∗ 4 1-8
Direct Trunk Select
Forwarding, Fixed
##8
#90
Cancel
Forwarding, Variable
##90
All
Busy
#91
#94
Busy/Ring No Answer
External
#95
#92
Internal
Ring No Answer
#93
#96
Cancel
Last Number Redial
Mailbox Callback Message
Leave Message
Cancel
Turn Off Light
Park
Pickup
Group
Station
##91
##4
#∗1
#∗8
∗52
∗6
∗∗3
∗3
PIN Authorization
Cancel
∗#57
∗#58
Privacy
Cancel
#2
##2
Saved Number Redial
Speaker Call, Fixed
#4
#∗4
Speaker Call, One-Way
Speaker Call, One-Way Broadcast
#81
#80
Station Hunt
Prevent
#∗93
Allow
Set Destination
Clear Destination
Station Speed Dialing
Set Up
Call
#∗92
#∗90
#∗99
##3
#3
System Hold
System Speed-1
∗ 8 0-9
#61
System Speed-2
Trace Call
#62
###1
Universal Night Answer
∗#3
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