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V o ice Processing
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DEBUT AND LITE
SYSTEM
INSTALLATION
AND SUPERVISOR
GUIDE
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Everything Your Business Calls For
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REVISION HISTORY
Version
Changes
Owner
Date
4/00
Updated to reflect functionality enhancements
incorporated into the DOS-based VP system
release 8.3. Sections affected: 2
Serena Smith
04-10-2000
4/00
Updated section 2.5.5.1 to reflect additional
integrations in release 8.3.
Serena Smith
04-17-2000
5/00
Updated section 1.2 to indicate additional box
types available. Updated section 2.3.2 to
indicate phone system connection information
for the Debut unit. Updated section 2.5.2 to
indicate additional troubleshooting
information. Updated 2.7.1 to indicate
additional phone systems available with Debut
integrations.
Kathleen Dickason
05-31-2000
8/00
Updated section 2.5.2 to indicate resolution
requirements for the Serial Administrator
interface. Updated 2.5.5.1 and 2.7.1.1 to
indicate that SMDI Centrex integration is
available only with Lite systems.
Serena Smith
8-21-2000
9/00
Corrected special characters table in section
2.7.2 and descriptions for teleparameter codes
2121 and 2124.
Serena Smith
9-05-2000
12/00
Adjusted listing of supported integrations and
associated teleparameter values.
Kathy Dickason
12-20-2000
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Table of Contents
1. System Overview ................................................................................................. 1
1.1 What Does the Lite System Do? ...............................................................................1
1.1.1 What is an Automated Attendant?.....................................................................1
1.1.2 What is Voice Mail? .........................................................................................2
1.2 Understanding the Lite System Product Design..........................................................3
2. System Setup Instructions................................................................................ 5
2.1 Available System Setup Techniques..........................................................................5
2.2 Preparing for System Setup ......................................................................................7
2.3 Connecting the Lite System Unit to the Telephone System.........................................8
2.3.1 Connecting Directly to the Central Office (C.O.) ...............................................8
2.3.2 Connecting the Lite System to a PBX or Key System.........................................9
Typical Setup ......................................................................................................12
2.4 Collecting Necessary Customer Information............................................................ 12
2.5 Setting Up the System by Attaching a Laptop.......................................................... 21
2.5.1 Installing Serial Administration Software on the Laptop................................... 21
2.5.2 Connecting the Laptop to the Lite System Unit ................................................ 22
2.5.3 Completing the First Time Setup Procedure..................................................... 26
2.5.4 Running the First Time Setup Utility ............................................................... 26
2.5.5 Specifying System Information ....................................................................... 26
2.5.5.1 Integration Defaults Set by the Integration Program....................................27
2.5.5.2 Using Technical Bulletin Information.........................................................30
2.5.5.3 Accessing System Information Screens ......................................................31
2.5.5.4 Setting Up the General Information Screen ................................................31
2.5.5.5 Setting Up the Line Information Screen .....................................................31
2.5.5.6 Setting Up the Business Hours Screen........................................................32
2.5.5.7 Setting Up the Call Transfer Screen...........................................................32
2.5.5.8 Setting Up the Class of Service Screen.......................................................33
2.5.6 Specifying Box Information............................................................................ 40
2.5.6.1 What Is a Box?.........................................................................................40
2.5.6.2 Understanding Routing Box 800, 801, and 821...........................................40
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2.5.6.3 Accessing Box Information Screens...........................................................41
2.5.6.4 Reviewing Routing Box 800, 801, and 821 and Setting Up Single-Digit
Call Routing ........................................................................................................43
2.5.6.5 Setting Up Prototype Mailbox 9994 ...........................................................44
2.5.6.6 Creating Subscriber Mailboxes ..................................................................47
2.5.6.7 Customizing Subscriber Mailboxes............................................................48
2.5.6.8 Customizing the System Supervisor Mailbox..............................................57
2.5.6.9 Recording Routing Box Greetings..............................................................57
2.6 Default Database Structure Overview ..................................................................... 60
2.7 Setting Up the System Using the Teleparameter Feature .......................................... 62
2.7.1 Using the Teleparameter Feature to Set up a New System ................................ 63
2.7.1.1 Running the First Time Setup Utility..........................................................63
2.7.1.2 Adjusting System Information...................................................................68
2.7.1.3 Adjusting Routing Box Information...........................................................69
2.7.1.4 Creating and Adjusting Mailbox Box Information.......................................70
2.7.1.5 Creating Other Box Types and Adjusting Information .................................71
2.7.2 Teleparameter Value Tables ........................................................................... 71
2.7.3 Using the Teleparameter Feature to Adjust the System Setup.......................... 103
2.8 Upgrading 2 Port Systems to 4 Ports..................................................................... 104
3. System Supervisor Instructions ..................................................................105
3.1 Working with Mailboxes...................................................................................... 105
3.1.1 Adding, Deleting, or Modifying a Mailbox .................................................... 105
3.2 Working with Routing Boxes ............................................................................... 110
3.2.1 Understanding the Routing Box Setup ........................................................... 110
3.2.2 Recording Routing Box Greetings or Changing Currently Active Greetings ..... 113
3.2.3 Changing the Single-Digit Call Routing......................................................... 115
3.3 General System Maintenance ............................................................................... 117
3.3.1 Enabling or Disabling a Port......................................................................... 117
3.3.2 Recording a Broadcast Message for All Mailboxes......................................... 118
3.3.3 Transferring a Caller to a Mailbox’s Voice Mail............................................. 119
3.3.4 Troubleshooting System Problems ................................................................ 120
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1. System Overview
This document discusses features and functionality provided in Small Office Lite systems
(including the Small Office Lite–Star system) and Debut systems. Note that these systems
include the same feature set, and the system setup and maintenance procedures are nearly
identical between systems. Therefore, for documentation ease, these systems are collectively
referred to as the Lite system in this guide.
1.1 What Does the Lite System Do?
In its simplest form, the Lite system acts like a telephone receptionist. The system answers
incoming calls and transfers them to the appropriate extension. If the called extension is not
available (busy or no answer), the system offers to take a message or try an alternative
extension.
Lite system functionality includes:
•
•
Automated attendant features
Voice mail features
These two functions work together to provide smooth call coverage for your application.
1.1.1 What is an Automated Attendant?
The Lite system automated attendant features perform the tasks of a live attendant. The
following table illustrates how.
Live Attendant
Lite System Automated Attendant
Answers an incoming call by lifting telephone.
Answers an incoming call by going “off-hook.”
Greets the caller with "Welcome to [XYZ
Company]."
Greets the caller by playing a pre-recorded
greeting, "Welcome to [XYZ Company]."
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Live Attendant
Lite System Automated Attendant
Asks to whom the caller wishes to speak.
Plays a pre-recorded greeting that prompts the
caller to either dial the extension of the party they
are trying to reach or choose from a list of voiced
options to route their call to a specific department or
group.
Listens to the caller's response.
Listens to the digits dialed by the caller.
Says "Please hold."
Plays a pre-record phrase "Please hold..."
Calls the required extension, by hook-flashing
and dialing the extension number.
Calls the required extension, by hook-flashing and
dialing the extension number.
Listens for busy tone, ring tone, answer, etc.
Listens for busy tone, ring tone, answer, etc.
If the extension is busy, offers to let the caller
hold. If the extension does not answer, offers
to take a message or try another extension.
If the extension is busy, plays a pre-recorded
prompt, offering the option to hold. If the extension
does not answer, plays a pre-recorded prompt
offering to take a message or try another extension.
1.1.2 What is Voice Mail?
The term “voice mail” refers to systems that can record a voice message and treat it like a
mail message. In a typical office environment, the live attendant takes a message from a
caller and writes it down on a piece of paper. The attendant then places the slip in the
recipient’s in-box or “mailbox.” The box owner then retrieves and reads the message placed
in the box.
In contrast, the Lite system records a message from a caller and places it in a voice mailbox.
The mailbox owner can later retrieve the message by calling into the Lite system and
listening to the recording. The table below compares how the Lite system processes voice
messages compared to a live attendant.
Live Attendant
Lite System Voice Mail
Attendant listens as the caller dictates his/her
message, writing it down on a piece of paper.
The Lite system records the message as the
caller speaks.
Attendant places the message slip in a mailbox
belonging to the recipient.
The Lite system stores the voice message
electronically in the recipient’s voice mailbox.
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Live Attendant
Lite System Voice Mail
Attendant dials code to turn on message waiting
lamp on recipient's telephone.
The Lite system dials code to turn on the
message waiting lamp on recipient's telephone.
Recipient sees message waiting lamp is on, and
retrieves message slips from message mailbox.
Recipient sees message waiting lamp is on and
dials the Lite system to retrieve messages.
Recipient reads messages left on message slips.
The Lite system plays messages recorded by
callers in the voice mailbox.
1.2 Understanding the Lite System Product Design
The Lite system is designed using the Box concept. A box contains a set of instructions that
tell the program what to do with a call it is handling. By setting up the system to send calls to
different boxes created on the system, you can have it effectively process calls—including
playing certain prompts or greetings to callers, collecting information and messages from
callers, and routing calls to certain extensions based on digits dialed by callers.
The Lite system product uses the same software base as other VP system products, but it is
limited in the number of boxes you can set up on the system. These limitations effectively
position the Lite system as a product for smaller businesses needing a simple, reliable voice
mail system without all the advanced features of a larger, more expensive system. As the
needs of Lite system users expand, they can obtain efficient, no-data-loss upgrades to other VP
system voice processing products through an inexpensive and sensible upgrade plan.
Depending on the configuration purchased, the Lite system provides 5 Routing boxes and 25
mailboxes or 5 Routing boxes and 50 mailboxes. The Routing boxes are used to answer
incoming calls, play a listing of options to callers, and route the call to a specific mailbox
based on the digits dialed by the caller. The mailboxes transfer calls to their associated
extensions and store messages for system subscribers, and they can be set up to forward calls
to another phone or extension number, deliver messages to another phone or pager, play one
of 9 pre-recorded greetings to callers, screen calls, queue calls when the extension is busy, or
record call conversations.
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Note:
Lite systems also inlcude 5 each of other box types inlcuding ACD, Group,
Question, and Account Number boxes. These boxes provide more
advanced functionality that may be port-intensive and therefore
inappropriate for Lite system applications. For information on using these
box types, refer to the VP System Installation and Maintenance Manual.
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2. System Setup Instructions
The Lite system contains a default database with a setup configuration that allows the Lite
system to efficiently perform fundamental call processing tasks with minimal system
adjustments by the installing technician. This default database configuration includes 2 predefined classes of service (0 and 7), 1 supervisor mailbox (mailbox 70), and 3 Routing
boxes—800, 801, 821. Information provided in this document explain how these pre-set
defaults function on the Lite system.
As you proceed through these setup instructions, you may decide to make adjustments to
specific information relating to the default setup. You may even decide to set up the other 2
available Routing boxes to perform additional call routing tasks. As you make any changes,
keep in mind that we urge you to maintain the initial general configuration of Routing boxes
800, 801, and 821, class of service 7, and supervisor mailbox 70. This configuration allows
the Lite system to efficiently perform fundamental call processing tasks. Maintaining it helps
both you, the technician, and Lite system technical support to efficiently service the system
and resolve any call processing issues. For these reasons we urge you not to deviate from this
general system setup default configuration.
Information on setting up and using box types other than Routing boxes and mailboxes is
provided in the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Note:
Section 2.6 provides an overview of the default database setup shipped on
Lite system units.
2.1 Available System Setup Techniques
There are two techniques you can use to set up Lite systems:
•
Attach a laptop to the Lite system unit and use the program’s screen interface to complete
System Information and Box Setup screens
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•
Call into the Lite system and use the Teleparameter feature to run the System First Time
Setup utility then enter parameter codes and corresponding values to set up system and
box information
This document provides instructions for using either system setup technique.
Note:
Small Office Lite–Star systems include a video card and keyboard hookup,
allowing you to attach a monitor and keyboard to the unit to work with the
program’s screen interface—as you would by attaching a laptop to Lite
systems that do not have a video card and keyboard hookup. Be advised
that if you attach a monitor and keyboard directly to the unit, you do not need
to follow the instructions in this document on using KeyLink software to
establish a communication link between an attached laptop and the Lite
system.
Technicians who have experience setting up Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office, or Lite
systems may prefer to use the Teleparameter feature to quickly make modifications and get
the Lite system up and running at the customer’s site. Be advised, however, that since this
technique involves inputting codes that represent system parameters and corresponding
values to which parameters are to be set, it is a bit more difficult to use effectively if you are
unfamiliar with setting up Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office, or Lite systems. For this
reason, we recommend that technicians unfamiliar with Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office,
or Lite systems attach a laptop to the PC and use the instructions provided here to complete
all necessary system setup steps through the screen interface.
Note:
If you choose to set up the system using the Teleparameter feature, be sure
to first review section 2.5.6.2 and 2.6 so you clearly understand the setup of
the default database included on the Lite system unit.
Note that if you choose to initially set up the system by connecting it to a laptop and using the
screen interface, you can later make additional modifications by simply calling into the Lite
system and using options on the Supervisor menu (see section 3) or using the Teleparameter
feature (see section 2.7.2).
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2.2 Preparing for System Setup
To install, set up, and maintain a Lite system voice processing system, you need the
following equipment:
Equipment Needed
•
Lite system unit
•
Portable diskette drive
Should an unusual situation arise, it may be necessary for you to service the Lite
system by attaching a portable diskette drive to the Lite system unit. Therefore, we
strongly recommended that technicians servicing Lite system units have access to a
portable diskette drive. (Small Office Lite–Star systems include a diskette drive.)
•
Authorization key (all Small Office Lite systems only)
A Small Office Lite system operates fully only if the authorization key is attached to
the PC’s parallel port. This key is shipped in the packaging with the Lite system unit.
To attach the authorization key, simply plug the key into the parallel port in the back
of the PC. (Debut units do not require an authorization key.)
Authorization Key
If you choose to set up the system by connecting a laptop to the Lite system unit, you need
the following additional equipment:
•
Laptop computer
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•
Null modem serial cable (provided with the Debut units only)
•
KeyLink communications software (provided with all Lite systems)
This additional equipment is necessary because the Lite system does not have a keyboard and
monitor. To set up the system using a laptop, you must use a null modem serial cable to
attach the laptop PC to the Lite system unit. So that the laptop computer can communicate
with the Lite system unit, you must install KeyLink communication software, provided with
the Lite system, onto the laptop PC. The KeyLink installation procedure is provided in this
document.
Once the system is set up and tested, the system supervisor on-site can maintain the day-today aspects of the system (adding, deleting, modifying mailboxes; modifying greetings and
call routing; etc.) by simply calling into the system using a telephone. No special
Teleparameter modification instructions or laptop computers are necessary for regular daily
maintenance of the Lite system.
2.3 Connecting the Lite System Unit to the Telephone
System
The Lite system unit can be connected directly to local telephone lines, typically Centrex
service, or behind a Key System or PBX.
2.3.1 Connecting Directly to the Central Office (C.O.)
The Lite system unit can be connected directly to the telephone lines as shown below.
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On Debut units, each CO line is
connected to a separate jack on the
Debut unit voice board. The
adapter shown here is not
necessary.
Line 1
Line 2
Radio Shack part number 279-402 (Needed only on Small Office Lite units)
Connecting the Lite System Directly to Telephone Lines
Note that on Small Office Lite units, the modular input connectors on the voice boards are
RJ-14 jacks which contain two independent telephone lines. The modular adapter shown (or
its equivalent) must be used if the telephone lines are terminated with RJ-11 (single line)
jacks. This adapter is not necessary on Debut units, where the modular input connectors on
the voice boards are RJ-11 jacks.
If you want the Lite system to be able to transfer calls, make sure the telephone line has
either the call-transfer or three-way calling feature. If you are unsure whether the lines have
these capabilities, contact the local telephone company.
Local C.O. lines connected to the Lite system should not have the call-waiting feature
assigned. Once again, if in doubt, contact the local telephone company.
2.3.2 Connecting the Lite System to a PBX or Key System
The Lite system unit connects to phone system station ports (each line to the Lite system unit
looks like an extension to the phone system), as shown in the illustrations below. The Lite
system thus functions as one or more extensions on the phone system.
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Radio Shack
part number 279-402
Line 1
Ext A
CO 1
Ext B
Line 2
Ext C
CO 2
Ext D
Central
Office
Phone
System
Jacks in Lite system
CO n
Line n
( ( ( (
Normal extensions
On Debut units, each line from the phone system is
connected to a separate jack on the Debut unit voice
board. The adapter shown here is not necessary.
Connecting the Lite System Behind a Key System or PBX
Note that on Small Office Lite units, the modular input connectors on the voice boards are
RJ-14 jacks, which contain two independent telephone lines. The modular adapter shown (or
its equivalent) must be used if the phone system extensions are terminated with RJ-11 (single
line) jacks. On Debut units, each line from the phone system is connected to a separate jack
on the Debut unit voice board. The adapter shown here is not necessary.
Unless special digital voice boards are installed in the VP system unit, each line into the unit
requires an industry-standard-telephone port on the phone system (this is also known by other
names such as analog port, 2500 set interface, SLT port). Some telephone systems do not
provide single-line-telephone ports, and they require a special analog interface box between
the phone system and the voice mail system, as shown below. If you have questions on the
type of ports provided on the phone system, contact the local phone system manufacturer’s
representative. For information on digital voice boards, contact a VP system sales
representative.
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If Small Office Lite:
Radio-shack part
number 279-402
ATI
Line 1
Ext A
CO 1
ATI
Ext B
CO 2
Line 2
Phone
System
Central
Office
CO n
Jacks in Lite system
Line n
( ( ( (
Normal extensions
On Debut units, each line from the phone system is
connected to a separate jack on the Debut unit voice
board. The adapter shown here is not necessary.
Connecting the Lite System to a PBX via External Analog Telephone Interface (ATI) Equipment
Connecting the Serial Cable Between the Lite System Unit and Phone System
If you are establishing a serial integration, you must attach a serial cable between the Lite
system unit and the phone system. Small Office Lite system units are set up to use the COM
1 port to communicate with the phone system. Therefore, you should connect the serial cable
to the unit’s COM 1 port. Debut system units are set up to use the COM 2 port to
communicate with the phone system. Therefore, you should connect the serial cable to the
COM2 port on Debut units.
Consult the phone system documentation for instructions on attaching the serial cable to the
phone system COM port.
Note:
If the phone system you are working with is a Comdial DSU, attach the serial
cable to COM 1 on the DSU. If the phone system is a DSUII 8/16 or 16/32,
attach the serial cable to COM 3 on the DSUII. If the phone system is a
DSUII 408, attach the serial cable to COM1 on the DSUII.
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Typical Setup
For typical automated attendant service, the phone system is programmed so that incoming
calls are routed via the phone system to ring the Lite system. The Lite system answers the
call and asks the caller to enter the required extension (or mailbox) number. The caller enters
the number, and the Lite system transfers the call just as a live attendant would.
2.4 Collecting Necessary Customer Information
While setting up the Lite system, you may need to adjust default settings for the customer’s
regular business open hours and business closed hours. You also need to set up Routing
boxes to handle incoming calls and set up mailboxes for subscribers who will be using the
system. The following worksheets are provided to help the installing technician collect this
information from the system supervisor.
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Business Hours Worksheet
(System Supervisor Completes)
On the lines corresponding to each day of the week, write in
24-hour format (for example 8:00 PM is 20:00) the normal
hours the company opens and closes for business. If the
business is open 24 hours on a particular day, enter 0:00 as the
DAY SERVICE BEGINS time and 24:00 as the DAY SERVICE
ENDS time. If the business is closed the entire day on a
particular day, enter 0:00 on both lines.
Indicate, if appropriate, any
hour(s) during which the business
closes during the day, for lunch or
any other reason.
Specify the time of day
the automated attendant
should start answering
calls with a “good
evening” greeting.
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Subscriber Mailbox Information Worksheet
(System Supervisor Completes)
x
Photocopy this page, then complete the form for each subscriber who is to have a mailbox.
Subscriber Data
First name:
Last name:
Extension number:
Should the system announce
the caller’s name to the
subscriber upon transfer?
Should all conversations be
recorded?
Paging Data
(complete only if subscriber is to use the feature)
Pager number
Pager type (circle one)
Paging schedule (circle one)
Auto Message Forward and
Message Delivery Data
TONE
Always
Message delivery schedule 1:
When should delivery be
active? (circle one):
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
(complete only if subscriber is to use these features)
Auto forward new messages:
Auto forward new messages
schedule (circle one):
DIGITAL
To box:________
Always
After ______hours
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
Number to call:___________________________________
Always
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
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Message delivery schedule 2:
When should delivery be
active? (circle one):
Message delivery schedule 3:
When should delivery be
active? (circle one):
Message delivery schedule 4:
When should delivery be
active? (circle one):
Message delivery schedule 5:
When should delivery be
active?
(circle one):
Number to call:___________________________________
Always
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
Number to call:___________________________________
Always
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
Number to call:___________________________________
Always
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
Number to call:___________________________________
Always
During office open hours
Schedule*: A
B
During closed hours
C D
*If specifying a particular schedule, complete a subscriber schedule worksheet for the
individual.
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Subscriber Schedule Worksheet
(System Supervisor Completes)
Photocopy this page, then complete the form for each subscriber who is using the Paging,
Auto Message Forwarding, or Message Delivery out-calling features according to a particular
schedule, as indicated on his/her Subscriber Mailbox Information sheet.
You can designate up to 4 different schedules below, then apply one schedule to each outcalling feature the subscriber will be using. Enter information for 1 to 4 schedules below in
24-hour format (for example 8:00 PM is 20:00). You do not need to complete the BOX
NUMBER field.
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Routing Worksheet (System Supervisor Completes)
Refer to section 3.2 to familiarize yourself with the function of Routing boxes. This section
also provides a sample of greetings that are typically recorded in the 3 Routing boxes preconfigured on the Lite system. After reviewing this information, complete this worksheet to
indicate the wording for the greetings you want this Lite system to voice.
Note that you should indicate in your greeting any single-digit call routing options you want
to provide to callers (“…Press 2 for Sales…”) and identify the extension to which a caller
pressing that single-digit number should be transferred.
Office Open Greeting:
Single digit routing paths:
Office Closed Greeting:
Single digit routing paths:
Continued on back
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Office Holiday Greeting:
Single digit routing paths:
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2.5 Setting Up the System by Attaching a Laptop
Use the information in this section to complete all necessary system setup steps by attaching a
laptop computer to the Lite system unit and using the Lite system’s screen interface to
complete System Information and Box Setup screens.
2.5.1 Installing Serial Administration Software on the Laptop
Serial administration features allow the Lite system unit (referred to as a host PC) to
communicate with a laptop PC (referred to as a remote PC) through a null modem cable.
While KeyLink software facilitates this communication from the host system, the software
used to communicate from the remote PC depends on the remote PC’s operating system.
Starting with VP software version 8.3, serial administration software is available for both
DOS-based and Microsoft Windows-based remote PCs. To establish communication between
the host and a DOS-based remote unit, KeyLink software must be installed on both. To
establish communication between the host and a Windows-based remote unit, KeyLink
software must be installed on the host and Serial Administrator software must be installed on
the remote.
KeyLink host software is pre-installed on the Lite system before it is shipped to you. The
procedures detailed below outline the steps you follow to install the KeyLink or serial
administration remote software on a laptop PC. Be sure to follow the proper procedure for
your laptop’s operating environment.
To install KeyLink for DOS on a DOS-based remote PC:
1. Insert the KeyLink installation diskette into the diskette drive on the PC.
2. At the prompt for the laptop’s hard drive (typically C:\ or D:\), type A:INSTALL then
press <Enter>.
3. Follow the prompts to install the Remote software and enter the requested information.
When you are prompted to indicate the directory in which you want to install KeyLink
files, accept the default directory \REMOTE. Accept program default setup selections
whenever possible.
When all the necessary files have been copied, a message displays indicating that the
installation is complete.
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To install serial administration software on a Windows-based remote PC:
Note:
The Windows-based PC must be running Windows 95, 98, 2000 or Windows
NT.
1. Insert the first Serial Administration installation diskette (#1) into the diskette drive on
the PC.
2. From the Start button, choose Programs, then Windows Explorer.
3. On the All Folders side of the Exploring screen, select the diskette drive (typically A:).
4. Double-click on SETUP.EXE from the right side of the Exploring screen.
5. Follow the prompts to install the remote software. When prompted to indicate the
directory in which you want to install Serial Administration files, accept the default
directory. Accept program default setup selections whenever possible.
6. When prompted, remove installation diskette #1 and insert diskette #2. Press OK. If the
operating system on the laptop is Windows NT, after you remove diskette #1, you will
receive an error message asking you to re-insert the disk. Instead, insert diskette #2, press
the Retry button on the error message, and then select the Continue button.
7. When prompted, remove installation diskette #2 and insert diskette #3. Press OK. If the
operating system on the laptop is Windows NT or Windows 2000, after you remove
diskette #2, you will receive an error message asking you to re-insert the disk. Instead,
insert diskette #3, press the Retry button on the error message box, and then select the
Continue button.
8. When the Setup Complete screen appears, press Finish. A Serial Administration icon
displays on the desktop.
2.5.2 Connecting the Laptop to the Lite System Unit
You connect the Lite system unit to the laptop computer using a null modem serial cable.
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NOTE: Before connecting the null modem cable between the Lite system unit and
the laptop, connect power to the Lite system unit and allow the unit to power
up for 3 minutes or more. On the Debut unit, wait until the upper-most light
on the right side of the unit (the light indicated by two curved arrows) starts
to blink. This indicates that the VP system software is up and running. After
3 minutes, connect the null modem cable between the laptop and the Light
system unit, then attempt to establish communication using the procedure
provided below.
When you install KeyLink or serial administration software on the laptop computer, the
program defaults to using the COM 1 port on the laptop. Therefore, unless you change this
default, you should connect one end of the null modem serial cable to the laptop’s COM 1
port. If you are communicating with a Small Office Lite system, connect the other end of the
cable to the COM 2 port on the Small Office Lite unit. If you are communicating with a
Debut system, connect the other end of the cable to the COM 1 port on the Debut unit.
Establishing a Communication Link Between a DOS-based Laptop and Lite System
Unit:
1. To access the VP system program screens from a DOS-based remote PC, change to the
\REMOTE directory then type REMOTE and press <Enter>.
2. A screen displays while the program loads and initializes communications. KeyLink then
detects the baud rate set up on the host PC and establishes a compatible connection. This
detection takes several moments.
Once KeyLink establishes a connection between the two systems, the screen refreshes
with a display that shows the host PC. The keyboard and monitor of the remote computer
now effectively control the host (VP system) PC.
NOTE: If a connection cannot be established between the host (VP system) PC and
the remote PC, verify you specified the appropriate COM port settings during
KeyLink installation. Also verify you are using a true Null Modem cable.
Because it is difficult to visually distinguish null modem cables from other
serial cables, some users mistakenly use the wrong cable type.
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NOTE: If you are working with a Debut unit and still cannot establish a connection
between the Host (Debut unit and the remote PC, unplug both the Null
Modem cable connection at the Debut unit and the Debut unit power source.
After a full 60 seconds, replug the Debut unit into the power source. Wait
until the upper-most light on the right side of the unit (the light indicated by
two curved arrows) starts to blink (this could take several minutes). Once
the light is blinking, replug the Null Modem cable from the remote PC. A
connection should now be able to be established.
To break the connection between the remote PC and the host (VP system) PC, press
<Ctrl-Break> on the remote PC’s keyboard. The KeyLink program ends its
communication with the host (VP system) PC, and the remote PC’s screen refreshes. To
re-establish communication, repeat steps 1-2.
Note:
If you type EDIT to invoke a DOS editor on the Lite system unit, you will
invoke a special editor pre-installed on the unit. This editor was developed
specifically for use with a null modem cable. (Traditional DOS editors
cannot communicate effectively over a null modem cable.)
Note:
For information on transferring files between the Lite system and the
attached PC, refer to section 10 of the Installation and Maintenance Manual
or contact technical support.
Establishing a Communication Link Between a Windows-based Laptop and Lite System
Unit:
1. From the remote PC Windows desktop, click on the Serial Administration icon. The
VP system serial administration program loads and the SERIAL ADMINISTRATOR
screen displays.
2. From the File pull-down menu, select the CONFIGURE PORTS option. The CONFIGURE
SERIAL CONNECTION screen displays.
3. Verify that the COM PORT field indicates the port to which the null modem cable is
attached on the remote PC. Also confirm that other COM port information is specified
correctly and corresponds with the information in the USE REMOTE DBA line in the
host VM .CFG file. Select the OK button. You return to the SERIAL ADMINISTRATOR
screen.
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From the SERIAL ADMINISTRATOR screen you can work with the VP system host PC two
ways:
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Use KeyLink to view and work with the VP system’s DOS screen interface.
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Through a Windows interface to the DOS-based VP system. The windows interface will
allow you to control much but not all of the VP system functionality. You will need to
use KeyLink to select options or program components that are not available through the
Windows interface.
To use KeyLink to view and work with the VP system’s DOS screen interface, from the
KeyLink pull-down menu, select the REMOTE CONTROL option. Once KeyLink establishes a
connection between the two systems, the screen refreshes with a display that shows the host
PC. The keyboard and monitor of the remote computer now effectively control the host (VP
system) PC. The screens you view show the setup and functionality of the VP system host
PC, and the keystrokes you make affect the functionality of that PC.
To use a Windows interface to the DOS-based system, from the File menu, select the
CONNECT option. Once a connection is established between the systems, the Boxes, System,
Diagnostics, and Help pull-down menus are activated on the SERIAL ADMINISTRATOR screen.
Using options available on these Windows-based menus, you can modify the system and box
setup structure on the VP system PC. For information on using specific options, select
options from the Help pull-down menu.
To break the connection between the remote PC and the host (VP system) PC, select the Exit
option from the File pull-down menu.
Note:
If a connection cannot be established between the host (VP system) PC and
the remote PC, verify that you specified the appropriate COM port settings
during KeyLink installation. Also verify that you are using a true Null Modem
cable. Because visually distinguishing null modem cables from other serial
cables is difficult, some users mistakenly use the wrong cable type.
Note:
It is important to note that the Windows interface to the VP system is based
on an NT-based version of VP system software. These NT-based VP
systems contain an interface very similar to that provided through the Boxes,
System, and Diagnostics pull-down menus on the Serial Administrator
screen. For this reason, the Windows interface Help menu contains the
information provided with NT-based VP systems.
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Note:
Some Serial Administrator windows will not fit screens using a resolution of
less than 800 x 600.
2.5.3 Completing the First Time Setup Procedure
Once you connect the Lite system to the phone system and access the Lite system using a
laptop computer, you are ready to begin customizing the system. Customizing the system
involves:
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Specifying System Information
Specifying Routing Box and Mailbox Information
2.5.4 Running the First Time Setup Utility
The Lite system voice processing software is pre-installed on the Lite system unit before it is
shipped to you. You must, however, run the First Time Setup utility so you can specify the
phone system to which the Lite system is connected and configure certain installation
parameters for each customer’s site.
You run the First Time Setup utility using the teleparameter feature. See section 2.7.1 and
section 2.7.1.1 for procedures. Once you run the utility, continue with section 2.5.5 for
instructions on specifying system information.
2.5.5 Specifying System Information
System Information screens contain system setup information that applies system-wide, to all
boxes set up on the system. There are six System Information screens:
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Line Information Screen
Business Hours Screen
Call Transfer Screen
Class of Service Screen(s)
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Other Customizations Screen
Before you set up Routing boxes and mailboxes, it is best to ensure all System Information
screens are properly completed.
Note:
Because the default information on System Information screens is set so the
Lite system is operational with as few changes as possible, the procedures
provided in this document for entering data on System Information screens
do not go into detail about all the screen entries. Instead, the procedures
guide you through accessing and reviewing pertinent fields on certain
screens, so you can verify that default data is properly set and modify it if
absolutely necessary. If you need to make additional changes to the System
Information screens, refer to information provided in the Installation and
Maintenance Manual.
Note that you can access online help at any time by pressing <F1>.
2.5.5.1 Integration Defaults Set by the Integration Program
When you run the First Time Setup utility (previous procedure), you are prompted to indicate
the type of telephone system the customer is using. If you are installing the Lite system on
one of the phone systems identified below, the Integration program automatically sets fields
on several System Information screens to the phone system’s default settings. Unless you
customize the phone system defaults, you probably do not need to modify these settings.
(Note that integration data for some phone systems is not available with Debut. See section
2.7.1 for more information.)
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Atlas 50 / 200
Comdial DigiTech / Impact / DSU
Comdial DXP / DXP Plus
Comdial FX / FXS / FXT
Comdial Executech 2000
Comdial Unisyn
Cortelco Aries
Encore CX - ECX 1832 / 3672 / 36112
Ericsson MD-110
Fujitsu 9600 with Serial Integration
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Fujitsu Series 3 / Starlog
Fujitsu Starlog
Harris 20/20
Harris Intellicom 500
Harris Intellicom 2000
Hitachi HCX 5000
Intertel GX152D
Isoetec IDS 108 / 228
Isoetec System 96
ITT / Cortelco System 3100
ITT ECS 4.02P
ITT ECS 6.3
Iwatsu ADIX
Iwatsu ZT-D
Lucent Definity G3 – Calista Box – Vectoring – Bridged Mode
Lucent Definity G3 – Inband – No VoiceBridge
Lucent Definity G3 – VoiceBridge
Lucent Definity G3 – VoiceBridge – Vectoring – Bridged Mode
Lucent Definity G3 – Calista Box – Vectoring – Bridged Mode
Lucent Definity Pro Logic
Lucent Merlin II
Lucent Merlin Legend
Lucent Partner ACS
Lucent Partner Endeavor
Lucent Partner II
Lucent Partner Plus
Lucent System 25
Lucent System 75
Lucent System 75 – VoiceBridge
Lucent System 85 and Definity Generic 2 – Voice-Bridge
Mitel COV with D/42D-SX Voice Boards
Mitel SX100 Digital PABX with ONS Integration
Mitel SX200 Light with COV Integration
Mitel SX200 Light with DNIC Integration
Mitel SX200 Light with DNIC – Calista 4X4 Integra-tion
Mitel SX200 Light with ONS Integration
Mitel SX200D with COV Integration
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Mitel SX2000 and SX2000 Light with COV Integra-tion
Mitel SX2000 and SX2000 Light with DNIC Integra-tion
Mitel SX50 with COV Integration
Mitel SX50 with DNIC Integration
Mitel SX50 with DNIC – Calista 4X4
NEC Electra Professional Level I
NEC Electra Professional Level II
NEC Mark II
NEC NEAX-1400 IMS
NEC NEAX-2000
NEC NEAX-2400 Serial Integration
Nitsuko DSO-1 / ONYX / 124i / 384I
Northern Telecom Meridian 1 – Calista Box – Vec-toring – Bridged Mode
Northern Telecom Norstar – Calista 4X4
Northern Telecom Norstar - With VMI Adapters
Northern Telecom SL-1 and Meridian-1/SL-1 (with D42-SL)
Panasonic 1232 - Analog
Panasonic DBS
Panasonic KXT-336
Panasonic KX-TD 1232 Digital
Panther II 820 / 1032 / 2064 Release IV
Philips SOPHO-S
Premier ESP / Intertel GMX
Redwood 3.2
Rolm 8000 Series CBX – VoiceBridge
Rolm 9000/9751 Series CBX – VoiceBridge
Rolm 9200 BCS / Siemens HCM 200
Samsung Prostar 56EX / 120MX / 1224
Samsung Prostar DCS - Digital
Siemens Saturn I, II, III
Siemens Hicom 150
Siemens Hicom 150 E
SMDI Installation Guide / Centrex (Lite system only)
Southwestern Bell Landmark DKS 308 / 616
Sprint Protégé / Macrotel MT360 / 824 KSU
SRX
Sun Moon Star
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Tadiran Coral 9.87
Telrad 2464
Telrad Digital Key BX, 200 Digital
Toshiba DK-16 / 24 / 56 / 96
Toshiba DK-280
Toshiba Perception E
Toshiba Perception EX
Toshiba Perception I & II
Toshiba Strata E
Vodavi DHS
Vodavi Infinite DVX1, DVX2, & DVX3
Vodavi Starplus 2448EX / 4896EX
Vodavi Starplus 96EX
Vodavi Starplus Digital
Win 100D
If you are using a telephone system that is not listed here, the Integration program sets fields
on System Information screens to commonly used defaults. You may need to adjust these
settings.
For detailed information on integrating the Lite system with the phone system, refer to both
the Installation and Maintenance Manual and the technical bulletin for the phone system.
2.5.5.2 Using Technical Bulletin Information
For almost every telephone system supported by the VP system, there is a technical bulletin
that details telephone-specific installation considerations and telephone-specific default
values that are pre-set on System Information screens when you run the First Time Setup
utility. This information is particularly useful if you are working with a phone system that is
not specifically listed when you run the First Time Setup utility—primarily because it is more
likely you will need to adjust settings on System Information screens.
You can obtain technical bulletins in the Dealers Only area of the web site
WWW.KEYVOICE.COM or via fax distribution. To access bulletins via fax, phone (941) 9223800 and press 7 at the main greeting. Follow the system prompts and, when requested, enter
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the number corresponding to the bulletin for the phone system with which you are working.
To obtain a listing of all available bulletins and their associated bulletin numbers, request
document 01.
2.5.5.3 Accessing System Information Screens
1. From the Line Status screen, press <F10>. The Main menu displays, and you are
prompted to enter a system password.
2. At the prompt to enter the system password, press <Enter>. (The default Customer level
password is blank. The default Technician level password is 1234.)
3. From the Main Menu, select SYSTEM INFORMATION. The System Information menu
displays.
2.5.5.4 Setting Up the General Information Screen
1. From the System Information menu, select GENERAL. The General Information setup
screen displays.
2. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the AUTOMATICALLY EXIT TO DOS AT field. Enter
the time at which the Lite system should exit to DOS to perform its auditing functions.
The default setting is 3:00 AM .
3. To save the information and exit the screen, press <F10>. The System Information
menu displays.
2.5.5.5 Setting Up the Line Information Screen
1. From the System Information menu, select LINE INFORMATION. The Line Information
setup screen displays. Each row on this screen corresponds to one line connected to the
Lite system.
2. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the Initial Box field under Day Service for line 1.
Verify that 800 displays in this field, indicating that calls received during Day Service
hours are to go to Routing box 800.
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3. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to Initial Box field under Night Service for line 1.
Verify that 801 displays in this field, indicating that calls received after the day service
hours are to go to Routing box 801.
4. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the Initial Box field under Lunch Service for line 1.
Verify that 800 displays in this field, indicating that calls received during Lunch Service
are also to go to Routing box 800.
5. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the OUTGOING ALLOWED field for line 1. Verify
this field is set to No.
6. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each line on the screen. For the last line, however, be sure to
verify that Yes in the OUTGOING ALLOWED field.
7. To save the information and exit the screen, press <F10>. The System Information
menu displays.
2.5.5.6 Setting Up the Business Hours Screen
1. From the System Information menu, select BUSINESS HOURS . The Business Hours setup
screen displays.
2. For each day of the week, enter the office opening time in the DAY SERVICE BEGINS
field and the office closing time in the DAY SERVICE ENDS field. The default is an office
open time of 8:00 AM and office closing time of 17:00 (5:00 PM ). If you want calls to be
handled in the same way day and night, enter 00:00 in the DAY SERVICE BEGINS field,
and 24:00 in the DAY SERVICE ENDS field. Refer to the Business Hours Worksheet
completed by the system supervisor for specific information.
3. To save the information and exit the screen, press <F10>. The System Information
menu displays.
2.5.5.7 Setting Up the Call Transfer Screen
1. From the System Information menu, select CALL TRANSFER. The Call Transfer setup
screen displays.
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2. The fields in the top half of the screen list the sequences that the Lite system is to dial to
transfer calls (the “!” signifies hook-flash and the comma signifies pause for one second).
Typically, these settings are appropriate for most telephone systems without any
modification. If you know the actual sequences required by the telephone system, and
they are different from those shown, make the changes as necessary.
3. To save the information and exit the screen, press <F10>. The System Information
menu displays.
2.5.5.8 Setting Up the Class of Service Screen
Each mailbox on the system is assigned a class of service. The class of service assigned to
the box dictates which Lite system features the mailbox owner has access to and how he/she
can use those features.
There are 8 classes of services (0 through 7) that can be set up then applied to mailboxes on
the Lite system. Two of them are pre-configured on the system. Class of service 0 is
assigned by default to the prototype mailbox 9994, which serves as a template for every
mailbox that you create on the system. Class of service 7 is assigned supervisor mailbox
privileges. This class of service is assigned to mailbox 70, which is also pre-configured on
the system. Mailbox 70, therefore, serves as the supervisor mailbox. By calling into the
system and accessing the supervisor mailbox, the system supervisor can make necessary dayto-day modifications to the voice processing system, such as adding mailboxes, changing
Routing box greetings, etc. See section 3 for details.
1. From the System Information menu, select CLASS OF SERVICE. The Class of Service
setup screen displays.
2. Use the information provided below to review and, if necessary, adjust the fields on two
different Class of Service screens. First, review class of service 0, which functions as the
class of service that will be assigned to subscriber mailboxes on the system. When you
reviewed the screen for class of service 0, press <F6> to progress through the classes of
service and go to the setup screen for class of service 7.
Review and, if necessary, adjust class of service 7. Ensure that in class of service 7 the
SUPERVISOR STATUS ? field is set to Yes. This allows the owner of the mailbox assigned
this class of service to access the Supervisor menu over the telephone. Using this menu,
the system supervisor can call into the system to perform day-to-day maintenance on the
system.
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CLASS OF SERVICE NUMBER
This field indicates the number of the class of service you are currently working with. To
move to the next class of service number, press <F6>. Once you assign a class of service to a
mailbox, the mailbox inherits all the privileges and restrictions defined in the class of service.
CLASS OF SERVICE NAME
Use this field to give the class of service a meaningful name. This helps remind you of the
purpose for the class of service. Sample names include Supervisors, Subscribers, etc.
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GREETINGS
A mailbox can have up to 10 pre-recorded personal greetings. The mailbox owner may
record these greetings, store them in the mailbox, then choose the greeting that is to be active
at any specific time. You may want to offer use of all 10 greetings to users or restrict them to
fewer greetings. Use this field to define how many personal greetings users with this class of
service should be allowed to record. If you set the field to 0, then callers who route to a
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mailbox belonging to this class of service always hear the pre-recorded system prompt, "That
extension is not available..." The default setting is 10.
Note that in class of service 7, this field must be set to allow at least 2 greetings. Class of
service 7 is assigned to mailbox 70, the supervisor mailbox that controls the Routing boxes
on the system. Because you will be setting up these Routing boxes with at least 2 greetings,
this parameter must be set to at least 2 in the supervisor mailbox class of service.
MAXIMUM GREETING LENGTH
When a mailbox owner calls in to re-record his/her personal greeting, the Lite system limits
the length of the new greeting to the value entered in this field. The default setting is 60.
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MESSAGES
The Lite system can hold up to 200 messages per mailbox. However, you may want to
restrict some mailboxes to a lower limit (to conserve disk space). Use this field to define the
maximum number of messages that can be stored in mailboxes assigned this class of service.
Once the limit is reached for a particular mailbox, callers attempting to leave more messages
in the mailbox are told that the box is full. The default setting is 200.
MAXIMUM MESSAGE LENGTH
The value in this field defines the maximum length of a message (in seconds) that a caller can
leave for mailboxes belonging to this class of service. The default setting is 60.
AUTOMATICALLY DELETE OLD MESSAGES FROM SYSTEM AFTER X DAYS
The Lite system deletes messages saved as Old from mailboxes belonging to this class of
service after the number of days you specify. An old message is one the mailbox owner has
listened to, but has not yet deleted. If you enter 0 in this field, an old message is deleted at
midnight on the day the message became old. If you enter 1 in this field, an old message is
deleted at midnight on the day following the day the message became old.
To disable deletion of Old messages, enter 99 in this field. However, do this with caution,
since accumulating messages may create disk storage problems. The default setting is 30.
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AUTOMATICALLY DELETE NEW MESSAGES AFTER X DAYS
Note:
Use this parameter with caution. Improper use may cause important
messages to be lost.
The Lite system deletes new messages from mailboxes belonging to this class of service after
the number of days you specify. A new message is one the mailbox owner has not yet
listened to. If you enter 0 in this field, a new message is deleted at midnight on the day the
message was received. If you enter 1 in this field, a new message is deleted at midnight on
the day following the day the message was received.
To disable the deletion of new messages, retain the default setting of 99 in this field. This is
the default operating mode. If you enter a number other than 99 in this field, remember that
messages are deleted whether or not the mailbox owner has listened to them.
SUPERVISOR STATUS
This field defines whether mailboxes belonging to this class of service should have supervisor
privileges. A supervisor can perform certain actions not available to regular mailbox owners.
For example, a supervisor can add a mailbox or delete a mailbox by calling in from any
telephone. Additional information on supervisor functions is provided in section 3. The
default setting in class of service 0 is No, in class of service 7 is Yes.
ACCESS TO GROUP BOXES
By setting this field to Yes, you allow subscribers assigned this class of service to access any
Group boxes set up on the system. For information on setting up and using Group boxes,
refer to the Installation and Maintenance Manual. The default setting is Yes.
DIAL-OUT ALLOWED
This field indicates whether the owner of a mailbox belonging to this class of service is
allowed to place outgoing calls from the mailbox. The default setting is No.
ACCESS TO P. A.
When a caller is listening to a mailbox owner's greeting, one of the features the Lite system
offers is the option to have the call announced over the P.A. system. Use this field to allow
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or deny access to the P.A. feature for callers to mailboxes belonging to this class of service.
The default setting is Yes.
PLAY MENU AFTER GREETING
If an extension is busy or does not answer, the Lite system plays the mailbox owner's
personal greeting. After playing the greeting, it can announce the options available to the
caller (for example, "If you would like to leave a message, press 1. To try another extension,
press 3, or to speak with an operator, press 0."). If the mailbox owners do not record these
options as part of their greetings, set this field to Yes so that the Lite system plays the menu.
If you want to allow each mailbox owner to decide which options to offer, set this field to No
and instruct each mailbox owner to include the options in his/her personal greeting. The
default setting is No.
ALLOWED TO RECEIVE FAXMAIL
The Lite system users should retain the default setting No in this field.
OPERATOR BOX (DAY) (NIGHT)
When a caller is listening to a mailbox greeting, one of the options is to dial zero to reach an
operator. Use these fields to indicate the mailbox to which the call should be routed if the
caller indicates that he/she wishes to speak with an operator. The default setting is 888.
WHEN EXITING OPEN MAILBOX, GO TO BOX
When a mailbox owner has logged in to his/her box, has concluded listening to messages,
changing options, etc., and has selected to exit from the Main menu, this field tells the Lite
system where to send the call. The Lite system users should retain the default setting in this
field as 821.
MAX LINES ALLOWED TO HOLD FOR ONE BOX
You can limit the number of lines that can simultaneously hold for a mailbox belonging to
this class of service. For example, if you set this number to 3, and lines 1, 3, and 6 are
holding for a mailbox, then subsequent callers are not offered the option to hold. Instead,
they hear the personal greeting recorded for the box, so they can leave a message, try another
extension, etc. The default setting is 2.
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Note:
If you want to disable the Call Queuing feature for the class of service, set
this field to 0.
DIGITS ALLOWED WHILE HOLDING
While a caller is in the queue holding for an extension, he/she can press a digit to leave the
queue and process the call differently. By default, the options open to the caller are the same
as those available when the caller hears the personal greeting ("If you would like to leave a
message, press 1. To try another extension, press 3, or to speak with an operator, press 0.").
If you want to restrict the caller to fewer choices while in the queue, use this field to specify
which digits are allowed. All other digits are ignored by the Lite system while the caller is in
the queue. For example, if you enter 13 in this field, the only options available to the caller
are:
1 To leave a message
3 To try another extension
WHILE IN QUEUE, SAY POSITION IN LINE
While a caller is in the queue, holding for an extension, the Lite system can keep him/her
informed on the progress of the call. If you set this field to Yes, the Lite system announces to
the caller:
"That extension is still busy. You are number [x] in line. If you would prefer to leave
a message, press 1, or to speak with an operator, press 0."
If you select No in this field, the Lite system voices:
"That extension is still busy. If you would prefer to leave a message, press 1, or to
speak with an operator, press 0."
The default setting is No.
TRY EXTENSION X TIMES , BEFORE GOING BACK TO CALLER
This parameter applies only if the MAX LINES ALLOWED TO HOLD field is greater than 0. If
the caller chooses to hold, the Lite system plays a series of hold prompts to the caller (these
are typically music or commercials). At the end of each hold prompt, the Lite system tries
the extension again. If it is busy, then the next hold prompt is played to the caller.
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After the defined number of hold prompts have been played, the Lite system goes back to the
caller and offers the options to remain on hold, try another extension etc. This field allows
you to specify the number of hold prompts that should be played before the Lite system offers
these options to the caller.
As shipped, the Lite system has only one hold prompt recorded (system prompt #146, see the
Installation and Maintenance Manual). Therefore, if you enter 3 in this field, a caller queued
to a busy station hears this same prompt three times before being offered the options again. If
you record the second hold prompt (#147), then the caller hears prompt # 146, #147, then
#146 again before being offered the options. You may record up to 100 different hold
prompts, which are played in sequence. (Remember: At the end of each hold prompt, the
Lite system tries the extension again). After the Lite system plays the highest number hold
prompt recorded, it returns to the lowest number after the next try. The default setting is 3.
Note:
The time between tries to a busy extension is determined by the length of
each hold prompt recorded. The prompt supplied with the Lite system
(#146) is approximately 30 seconds.
RESTRICTED NUMBERS
When a mailbox owner calls in to change his/her call-transfer number, pager number, or
message notification number, you may want to prevent him/her from changing it to certain
numbers, such as long-distance numbers.
These fields allow you to define digit sequences that are to be blocked. The Lite system
looks at each of these Digits fields to determine if any of them match the number entered by
the mailbox owner. If the number entered by the caller begins with the digits specified in the
Digits field, the Lite system defines the number entered as a match.
For example, if you enter the digits 1900 in one of the Digits fields, the Lite system considers
1-900-555-1212, 1-900-123-4567, 1-900-111-2222 to be matches. Telephone number 1-901555-1212 would not be considered a match.
If you enter the digit 0 in one of the digits fields, the Lite system considers all numbers
beginning with 0 to be matches. This would include calls to the operator (0), calls to the longdistance operator (00), international calls (011), and any operator-assisted call (0 followed by
telephone number).
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If the caller enters a number that matches one of the digit strings you enter here, the Lite
system informs the mailbox owner that the number is not acceptable and retains the current
set up.
Once you review and adjust all fields on both Class of Service setup screen 0 and Class of
Service setup screen 7, press <F10> to save the information and exit. The System
Information menu displays.
You have now reviewed the necessary entries on the System Information screens. To return
to the Line Information screen, press <F10>.
2.5.6 Specifying Box Information
2.5.6.1 What Is a Box?
When the Lite system answers a call, it processes it by sending it to a box. Each box
performs a specific function (for example, playing a menu to the caller and waiting for a
response). It then passes the call to another box, which in turn performs its specific function,
etc.
Depending on the configuration purchased, the Lite system provides 5 Routing boxes and 25
mailboxes or 5 Routing boxes and 50 mailboxes. The Routing boxes are used to answer
incoming calls, play a listing of option to callers, and route the call to a specific mailbox
based on the digits dialed by the caller. The mailboxes transfer calls to their associated
extensions and store messages for system subscribers, and they can be set up to forward calls
to another phone or extension number, deliver messages to another phone or pager, play one
of 9 pre-recorded greetings to callers, screen calls, queue calls when the extension is busy, or
record call conversations.
2.5.6.2 Understanding Routing Box 800, 801, and 821
According to the entries specified on the Line Information screen, the Lite system will route
all incoming calls to Routing box 800. This box answers calls during the day and lunch
service hours and plays a greeting to callers. After day/lunch service hours, the system routes
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calls to Routing box 801. Typically, companies offer more extensive call routing options to
callers during day/lunch service hours than during closed hours. Often, for example, singledigit call routing (“…Press 2 for Sales…”) is not offered during closed hours. Therefore, the
greeting voiced by and options available in Routing box 801 are often different than those in
Routing box 800.
So that the system supervisor can alter the system to voice a generic holiday greeting on
holidays the office is closed, you will set up both Routing box 800 and 801 to include a
holiday greeting alternative. Therefore, procedures in this document guide you through
recording two greetings in both boxes 800 and 801: an office open greeting and a holiday
greeting in box 800, and an office closed greeting and a holiday greeting in box 801. (Keep
in mind that holidays last 24 hours, therefore calls received on a holiday may be processed by
either box 800 or 801, depending on when the call is received. For this reason, a holiday
greeting must be recorded in both box 800 and 801). Sample greetings for these boxes are
provided in section 3.2.1.
Routing Box 821 is designed by default to take over and route calls once they have passed
through Routing box 800 or 801. A call may go to Routing box 821, for example, after the
caller leaves a voice message in a subscriber’s mailbox. Routing box 821 offers callers a
menu similar to Routing box 800, but box 821 is pre-configured so if a caller does not enter
an extension or select a menu option, the call is disconnected. In Routing box 800 and 801,
callers who do not enter an extension or select an option are transferred to the operator. This
is a safety measure designed to assist callers who use rotary phones or are too slow to respond
to system prompts. By disconnecting non-responsive callers in box 821, the system simply
assumes that the caller knew how to select menu options in box 800 or 801, and therefore,
since no option was selected in box 821, the caller hung up.
Because we recommend you record two greetings in both Routing box 800 and 801, you will
not use the GREETING RECORDED field on the Routing Box setup screens. This field allows
you to record only one greeting for the Routing box. Instead you will record all necessary
greetings by following the steps in the section 2.5.6.9, which you will complete after you
review and set up the Routing boxes and mailboxes.
2.5.6.3 Accessing Box Information Screens
1. From the Line Status screen, press <F10>. The Main menu displays and you are
prompted to enter a system password.
2. At the prompt to enter the system password, press <Enter>.
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3. From the Main Menu, select BOX INFORMATION. The Box Information menu displays.
You should review the setup for the following boxes:
•
Routing Box 800
•
Routing Box 801
•
Routing Box 821
•
Prototype Mailbox 9994
•
Supervisor mailbox 70
After you review and, if necessary, adjust prototype mailbox 9994, you use it to set up
subscriber mailboxes. You then make necessary adjustments to these mailboxes to customize
them for system subscribers. This section details the steps you must follow to set up all
necessary boxes and make the required adjustments.
The following procedures identify screen setup entries necessary for the Lite system to
effectively process calls. Fields that are not specifically discussed contain default values that
should be appropriate in nearly all setup situations. Detailed information on all fields on
Routing Box and Mail Box setup screens is provided in the Installation and Maintenance
Manual. You can also access online help on any screen by pressing <F1>.
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2.5.6.4 Reviewing Routing Box 800, 801, and 821 and Setting Up Single-Digit
Call Routing
1. From the Box Information menu, select ROUTING BOX. The Routing Box setup screen
displays.
2. Press <F4> to access the box selection screen. A small window displays prompting you
for the box number. Type 800 then press <Enter>.
3. Press <Enter> to move the cursor moves to the OWNER field. So that more than one
greeting can be recorded and stored for use with this Routing box, this box should be
identified as being owned by the supervisor mailbox, mailbox 70. By specifying a
mailbox owner for this Routing box, the box takes on certain “mailbox” attributes, which
include being allowed to house the same number of greetings as the mailbox owner’s
mailbox. (You specified this number when you set up class of service 7.)
4. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the DESTINATION FOR DIGIT fields. If you are
setting up the system to provide single-digit call routing options to callers, complete these
fields. Refer to the Routing Worksheet completed by the system supervisor for specific
information on entries for these fields. Do not modify the DESTINATION FOR DIGIT *
and # fields.
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5. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to set up Routing box 821. In step 2, type 821 (instead of 800)
to access box 821. In the DESTINATION FOR DIGITS field, we recommend you make the
same entries as you did on the setup screen for box 800.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 to set up Routing box 801. In step 2, type 801 (instead of 800)
to access box 801. In the DESTINATION FOR DIGITS field, you may decide to modify or
simply not include the single-digit dialing options, since this box will control how calls
are routed when the office is closed. If you choose to use the same single-digit dialing
options, simply re-enter them here.
7. To save all setup entries and exit the Routing Box setup screen, press <F10>. The Box
Information menu displays.
2.5.6.5 Setting Up Prototype Mailbox 9994
You need to create a mailbox for each subscriber who will use the system to record messages.
Since most of the setup information will be the same for every mailbox you need, you should
review the system’s prototype mailbox, which is used as the mailbox setup model. The
prototype mailbox is box number 9994. Every time you select to create a new mailbox, the
system does so by making a copy of mailbox 9994.
1. From the Box Information menu, select MAIL BOX. The Mail Box setup screen displays
with the Page Number menu.
2. Press <F4> to access the box selection screen. A small window displays prompting you
for the box number. Type 9994 then press <Enter>.
3. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the TRANSFER TYPE field. When a call is routed to
the mailbox, the first action taken is to transfer the call to the number specified in the TO :
field. The Lite system offers several options as to how the call can be transferred. When
you move the cursor to this field, the various options are presented in a menu.
All transfer type options are described below. Use this information to select a transfer
type. Note that in almost all system setups, you should select either the Blind or Wait
for Ring transfer type, so the system can function most efficiently. The default setting is
Wait for Ring.
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NO TRANSFER
The Lite system does not transfer the call. Instead, it plays the mailbox owner’s personal
greeting (if one has been recorded) or a system default greeting. The caller then has
several available options before recording a message.
BLIND
The Lite system transfers the call by dialing the number, then dropping out of the call. It
transfers the call without monitoring to check whether the called party is busy, answers,
etc. The final outcome of the call is the total responsibility of telephone system. If the
telephone has transfer-recall capabilities, then if the telephone system transfer-recall
timer expires, the call is returned to the Lite system. (The Lite system cannot perform
call queuing when using Blind call transfers.)
WAIT FOR RING
This is a combination of the Wait For Answer and Blind transfer types. If the called party
is busy, the calling party is offered the same options as with the Wait For Answer transfer
type. If ringing is detected on the line, the Lite system executes a Blind transfer and
drops out of the call. (The Lite system can perform call queuing if the extension is busy.)
WAIT FOR ANSWER
The Lite system dials the number and monitors the line. If the called party is busy, the
Lite system offers the caller options to hold, leave a message, call another extension, etc.
If the called party is not busy, the Lite system monitors the line, waiting for the called
party to answer. If the called party does not answer within a specified number of rings,
the Lite system abandons the transfer and plays the personal greeting, takes a message,
etc. If the called party does answer, the Lite system announces the call “I have a call for
you, <mailbox owner’s name> “ and completes the transfer. (The Lite system can
perform call queuing if the extension is busy.)
SCREEN
This transfer type functions exactly the same way as with the Wait For Answer transfer
type until the called party answers. Once the called party answers, the Lite system plays
a system prompt offering the called party several options:
•
Press 1 to accept the call. The parties are connected.
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•
Press 2 to have the system voice the mailbox owner’s currently active greeting to the
called party.
•
Press 3 to send the calling party to the destination selected in the IF CALLER
CHOOSES OTHER OPTIONS field on Page 2 of the mailbox’s Mail Box setup screens.
•
Press 4 plus a greeting number (0 through 9) to play the selected greeting to the
caller, provided that the greeting has been recorded.
•
Press 5 plus any valid box number to send the calling party to that box, where the call
is treated as would any other call to that box.
•
Press 6 to accept the call. The parties are connected, but the Lite system remains
connected to the call and records the conversation. The recording is stored as a
message in the called party’s mailbox (provided the host telephone system allows
conferencing on voice mail ports).
(With the Screen transfer type option, the Lite system can perform call queuing if the
extension is busy.)
4. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the TO : field, and confirm the letter X displays in this
field. This entry instructs the Lite system to transfer calls to the extension number that
matches the box number.
5. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the CURRENTLY ENABLED field. Verify this field is
set to Yes.
6. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the TRANSFER SCHEDULE field. Verify this field is
set to Always.
7. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the SEQUENCE TO TURN ON MESSAGE WAITING
LAMP field. The entries displayed in this field were set during program setup and should
be sufficient. Review the settings shown, and make any changes you feel are necessary.
For details, refer to the phone documentation and technical bulletin for the phone system.
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Note:
The letter X represents the box number, a comma (,) represents a pause,
and an exclamation point (!) represents a hookflash. For example, if the Lite
system needs to dial the extension number, then hookflash and dial 44 to
turn on a message waiting lamp, this field should read: !,44
8. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the SEQUENCE TO TURN OFF MESSAGE WAITING
LAMP field. The entries displayed in this field were set during program setup and should
be sufficient. Review the settings shown, and make any changes you feel are necessary.
For details, refer to the phone documentation and technical bulletin for the phone system.
9. Press <F9> to move to page 2 of the Mail Box setup screen.
10. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the AFTER PLAYING GREETING field. Verify this
field is set to Wait For A Digit.
11. To save the prototype mailbox setup you specified and exit the setup screens, press
<F10>. The program displays the Box Information menu.
2.5.6.6 Creating Subscriber Mailboxes
Once you set up Prototype mailbox 9994, you can now efficiently set up all the mailboxes
that will be used by subscribers on the system.
1. From the Box Information menu, select MAIL BOX. The Mail Box setup screen displays.
2. To add a new mailbox, press <F2>.
3. A small window displays prompting you for the box number. Enter the number of the
first mailbox you want to create, then press <Enter>.
Note:
Enter as the mailbox number the same number as the extension to which
the mailbox will transfer calls. Also, note that the default password for each
mailbox is the same as the box number.
4. The Lite system creates the new mailbox by making a copy of the Prototype mailbox.
The new mailbox is displayed on the screen.
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5. Repeat steps 3 through 5 for each subscriber mailbox you want to create.
6. Once you create all necessary mailboxes, continue with the next procedure, below.
2.5.6.7 Customizing Subscriber Mailboxes
Using information the system supervisor provides on the Mailbox Setup Worksheets, you can
now customize the mailboxes you created for each subscriber on the system.
The procedure below identifies the fields you should be sure to customize for each mailbox.
Fields that are not specifically discussed contain default values that should be appropriate in
nearly all setup situations. Therefore, it is unlikely that you need to modify these fields.
Detailed information on completing all fields on Mail Box setup screens is provided in the
Installation and Maintenance Manual. You can also access online help on any screen by
pressing <F1>.
1. To access the mailbox you want to customize, press <F4>. A small window displays
prompting you for the box number. Type the box number then press <Enter>. The Mail
Box Page 1 setup screen displays.
2. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the FIRST NAME field. Enter the mailbox owner’s
first name. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the LAST field. Enter the mailbox
owner’s last name.
3. To go to Page 2 of the Mail Box setup screen, press <F9>. The Page 2 screen displays.
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4. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the PAGER NUMBER field. If the subscriber is to use
the Paging feature, use the following information to complete this section of the Mail
Box setup screen.
PAGER NUMBER
Enter the telephone number of the paging service. The mailbox owner may change the
number remotely. Normally, access codes for outside lines are not required here.
Instead, that information should be entered on the System Information / General setup
screen.
To restrict pager calls to use lines in a particular line group, enter the letter (A, B, C, or
D) of the line group in braces { } before the telephone number (for example,
{A}5551212).
Tone or Voice pagers may be used with the Message Delivery feature discussed later in
this section.
The pager number you enter can contain the digits 0 through 9, star (*), pound (#), and
the following special characters:
Character
Use
P
Use pulse (also known as ‘rotary’) dialing.
T
Use tone dialing (the default).
,
Short pause (duration can be changed in Technical Information
screen. Default is one second).
%
Medium pause (equal in length to 4 commas).
L
Long pause (equal in length to 8 commas).
!
Hookflash.
N
No progress tones (must be last character). The Lite system
ignores all call progress tones during the course of the call. When
it has finished dialing, the system immediately assumes that the
pager system has answered.
[]
Enclosing the number in brackets prevents the mailbox owner from
being able to call in and change the number.
{}
Specifies a line group is to be used (for example, {A}555-1212
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Character
Use
indicates “choose any line in line group A, and dial the number
555-1212”).
any other
character
Can be used for punctuation and is ignored.
PAGER TYPE
The Lite system supports both Tone and Digital pagers in this section of the mailbox
programming. Specify here which type of pager the mailbox owner has (Digital, Tone or
None).
When a caller asks the Lite system to page a mailbox owner, the Lite system looks for a
free line on which to call the paging service. If no lines are free to make the call, the Lite
system queues the request and re-tries every 10 seconds for approximately 10 minutes.
NUMBER OF TIMES TO CALL
The Lite system calls the pager the number of times you specify in this field. Repetitive
paging may be useful if the pager is turned off periodically or is out of pager range.
Note:
This field is used to tell the Lite system how many successful calls it should
make to the paging service. Do not confuse this with the pager-retry feature. If
the Lite system calls the pager number and does not hear it ring and answer,
then it automatically re-tries the call at 10-second intervals, for a pre-defined
number of times.
MINUTES BETWEEN CALLS
If you enter a number greater than 1 in the TIMES TO CALL field, this field instructs the
Lite system how long it should wait between re-calls.
Note:
This field tells the Lite system how long to wait between successful calls to the
paging service. Do not confuse this with the pager-retry feature.
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CALL SCHEDULE
The Pager notification feature follows a time schedule. The options are:
Schedule
ALWAYS
DAY SERVICE
NIGHT SERVICE
SCHEDULE A, B, C, or D
Result
Pager notification is available at all times.
Pager notification is available only during day/lunch service, as
defined in the System Information / Business Hours screen.
Pager notification is available only during non-day/lunch service,
as defined in the System Information / Business Hours screen.
Pager notification is available only during the schedule defined
on Page 3 of the Mail Box setup screen for this mailbox.
ENABLED
Set this field to Yes to indicate that the pager feature for this mailbox is currently on. Set
the field to No to indicate that the pager feature is off. The mailbox owner can also
toggle this field on and off by calling into the system. If this field is set to No, it
overrides the call schedule set in the previous field.
5. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the first MESSAGE DELIVERY field. If the subscriber
is to use the Message Delivery feature, use the following information to complete this
section of the Mail Box setup screen.
CALL
Enter the telephone number the Lite system should call to inform the mailbox owner that
there are new messages in his/her mailbox.
The number can contain the DTMF digits 0 - 9, * and #, plus any of the following special
characters:
Character
Use
P
Use pulse (also known as ‘rotary’) dialing.
T
Use tone dialing (the default).
,
Short pause (duration can be changed in Technical Information screen.
Default is 1 second).
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Character
Use
%
Medium pause (equal in length to 4 commas).
L
Long pause (equal in length to 8 commas).
!
Hookflash.
[]
Enclosing the number in brackets prevents the mailbox owner from being
able to call in and change the number.
{}
Specifies a line group is to be used (for example, {A}555-1212 indicates
“choose any line in line group A, and dial the number 555-1212”).
H
Hang up immediately after dialing the number (must be last character).
M
Answering machine. This must be the last character in the telephone
number. It tells the Lite system that the number being called has an
answering machine attached. When the Lite system calls the number, it
announces that there are messages, as usual. If the Lite system has not
received a DTMF digit (1 for Yes, anything else for No), by the end of the
announcement cycle(s), it assumes that it is talking to an answering
machine, and proceeds to play each new message in turn.
V
Voice pager. This must be the last character in the telephone number.
Details of voice pager programming are found later in this section.
I
Internal (must be the first character). Overrides the INTERNAL parameter (in
the configuration file VM.CFG) and treats this number as an internal call
regardless of the number of digits. The Lite system does not dial the
sequence specified in the General Information / Digits To Get A Line On
External Call field.
E
External (must be the first character). Overrides the INTERNAL parameter
(in the configuration file VM.CFG) and treats this number as an external call
regardless of the number of digits. The Lite system dials the sequence
specified in the General Information / Digits To Get A Line On External Call
field.
N
No progress tones (must be the last character). The Lite system ignores all
call progress tones during the course of the call.
any other
character
Can be used for punctuation and is ignored.
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The owner of a mailbox can call in and remotely change the first Message Notification
number, but cannot use or modify special characters.
REPEAT
Enter the number of successful calls to each telephone number. A successful call is
generally defined as one where the Lite system has seized an available line port, dialed
the number, and detected an answer. If the call is not successful (for example, the called
number was busy) the Lite system automatically re-tries every few seconds up to twenty
times.
INTERVAL
If the Repeat field contains a number greater than 1 or there are additional Call number
sequences, enter the interval (in minutes) between calls to this number and/or the interval
before proceeding to the next Call number sequence.
SCHEDULE
Select when the Lite system should call this number. The options are:
Schedule
Result
ALWAYS
The number is called any time a new message is left in the
mailbox.
DAY SERVICE
The number is called only during day/lunch service, as
defined in the System Information / Business Hours screen.
NIGHT SERVICE
The number is called only during non-day/lunch service, as
defined in the System Information / Business Hours screen.
SCHEDULE A, B, C, or D
The number is called only during the schedule defined on
Page 3 of the Mail Box setup screen for this mailbox.
RUN THIS SEQUENCE N TIMES
Once the Lite system has called every number listed, it considers that it has run the
sequence one time. It will then check the value in this field. If this field is set to a number
higher than 1, the Lite system starts again and repeats the sequence the specified number
of times.
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CURRENTLY ENABLED?
This field identifies which messages the Lite system is to deliver:
DISABLED
The Lite system does not deliver messages.
URGENT MSGS ONLY
The Lite system delivers only messages marked urgent,
but does not call to deliver non-urgent messages.
ALL MESSAGES
The Lite system calls every time a message is deposited
into the mailbox.
Setting this field to DISABLED overrides the SCHEDULE field.
The owner of a mailbox can call in remotely and turn his/her Message Delivery feature
on or off, or change the first number to be called. The other telephone numbers, if in use,
cannot be changed remotely.
6. To go to Page 3 of the Mail Box setup screen, press <F9>. The Page 3 screen displays.
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7. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the first SCHEDULE A field. If the subscriber is to
use the Pager or Message Delivery feature according to a particular schedule, use the
following information to complete the Mail Box Page 3 setup screen.
START
Enter the time at which this schedule should begin on this day. The time should be
entered in 24-hour format (for example, enter 20:00 for 8:00 PM ).
END
Enter the time at which this schedule should end on this day. The time should be entered
in 24-hour format (for example, enter 20:00 for 8:00 PM ).
Note:
If you want the schedule to be active all day, enter 00:00 as the START
time and 24:00 as the END time.
3. To go to Page 4 of the Mail Box setup screen, press <F9>. The Page 4 screen displays.
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4. Confirm that the ENABLED field is set to Yes for all four personal distribution lists. This
allows subscribers to create up to 4 personal distribution lists in their mailboxes, which
they can then use when sending messages to groups of subscribers.
5. Repeat steps 1 through 9 to customize each mailbox you created for each subscriber on
the system. Once you customize all subscriber mailboxes, continue with the next
procedure.
2.5.6.8 Customizing the System Supervisor Mailbox
1. To access the system supervisor mailbox, press <F4>. A small window displays
prompting you for the box number. Type 70 then press <Enter>.
2. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the FIRST NAME field. Type SUPERVISOR in this
field. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the LAST field. Enter the system supervisor’s
last name . Note that though you may type any name or words in these fields, using these
entries identifies this mailbox as the supervisor mailbox and identifies the individual who
is currently acting as the on-site system supervisor.
3. Press <Enter> to move the cursor to the CLASS OF SERVICE field. Verify that 7 is entered
in this field. This entry assigns class of service 7, which has supervisor privileges, to this
mailbox.
4. To go to Page 2 of the Mail Box setup screen, press <F9>. The Page 2 screen displays.
5. To complete the supervisor mailbox setup, repeat steps 4 through 9 of the previous
procedure.
6. To save all mailbox customizations and exit the Mail Box setup screen, press <F10>.
The Box Information menu displays.
2.5.6.9 Recording Routing Box Greetings
As described in section 2.5.6.2, the following procedure guides you through recording two
greetings in both Routing boxes 800 and 801: an office open greeting and a holiday greeting
in box 800, and an office closed greeting and a holiday greeting in box 801. Sample
greetings for these boxes and for box 821 are provided in section 3.2.1.
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Note:
When you record Routing box greetings, you must include instructions that
identify any single-digit call routing options available to the caller.
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into supervisor mailbox 70. Note that the
default password for the mailbox is the same as the mailbox number, 70.
2. The Lite system tutorial session starts. Complete the tutorial. When prompted to record
the name and greeting, you may elect to identify this as the supervisor mailbox. When
changing the password, be sure to inform the system supervisor of the number you select.
When you complete the tutorial, press <*> to prevent it from voicing the next time the
box is accessed.
3. The system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
Press 3 to change options. The system voices the Options menu:
Options Menu
To Record Your Name
Press 1
To Record Your Greeting
Press 2
To Change Your Password
Press 3
To Change Your Call-Transfer Feature
Press 4
To Change Your Message Notification Feature
Press 5
To Change Your Pager Feature
Press 6
To Review Msgs Scheduled for Future Delivery
Press 7
To Change Your Personal Distribution Lists
Press 8
To Retrieve a Message Previously Sent
Press *
To Return to the Main Menu
Press #
4. From the Options menu, press 2.
5. When prompted, press 800 to indicate you want to work with Routing box 800.
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6. When prompted, press 1 to confirm the number you entered or press # if the number you
entered was incorrect. Once you press 1 to confirm, the system voices the following
options:
To Replay the Greeting
Press 1
To Re-Record the Greeting
Press 2
To Delete the Greeting
Press 3
To Choose a New Greeting
Press 5
To Exit
Press #
7. To record the first greeting for the Routing box, press 2. The system prompts you to
enter the number of the greeting you want to record. Enter greeting number 0. Then,
follow the prompts to record the office open greeting.
8. To record the holiday greeting for Routing box 800, repeat step 7, select greeting
number 1, and record the holiday greeting.
9. To record greeting(s) for Routing box 801, press <#> to exit the menu shown above and
return to the Options menu. Then repeat steps 4 through 7 above. In step 5, press 801 to
indicate you want to work with Routing box 801. In step 7, record the office closed
greeting , instead of the office open greeting.
10. To record the holiday greeting for Routing box 801, repeat step 7, select greeting
number 1, and record the holiday greeting.
11. To record the greeting for Routing box 821, press <#> to exit the menu shown above and
return to the Options menu. Then repeat steps 4 through 7 above. In step 5, press 821 to
indicate you want to work with Routing box 821. In step 7, record the office open
greeting call routing options, omitting the introductory remarks “Welcome to …”
12. When you have recorded all necessary greetings, press <#> to return to the Options
menu, then press <#> to return to the Main menu.
Be sure to instruct the system supervisor to refer to section 3.2 for detailed instructions on
changing the active Routing box greetings and recording new greetings.
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2.6 Default Database Structure Overview
As mentioned previously, the Lite system contains a default database with a setup
configuration that allows the Lite system to efficiently perform fundamental call processing
tasks with minimal system adjustments by the installing technician. Information in this
section highlights portions of this default database configuration. More detailed information
on the purpose of Routing boxes and mailboxes and how box settings and other default
settings affect system functionality is provided earlier in this document.
Note:
Though you may make adjustments to specific information relating to this
default setup, you are urged to maintain the general configuration of
Routing boxes 800, 801, and 821, class of service 7, and supervisor
mailbox 70. This configuration allows the Lite system to efficiently perform
fundamental call processing tasks. Maintaining it helps both you, the
technician, and the Lite system technical support to efficiently service the
system and resolve any call processing issues.
•
Technician Password:
∗ 1234
•
Business Hours (specified on System Information / Business Hours screen):
∗ 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
•
Routing Box 800:
∗ Answers all incoming calls during day/lunch hours (specified on System Information
/ Business Hours screen)
∗ Owned by mailbox 70
•
Routing Box 801:
∗ Answers all incoming calls during non-day/lunch hours (specified on System
Information / Business Hours screen)
∗ Owned by mailbox 70
•
Routing Box 821:
∗ Routes calls that have already passed through Routing box 800 or 801
∗ Owned by mailbox 70
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•
Class of Service 0:
∗ Set up with the following parameter settings (for information on specific parameter
fields, refer to section 2.5.5.8):
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GREETINGS: 10
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF MESSAGES : 200
MAXIMUM GREETING LENGTH (SECS): 60
MAXIMUM MESSAGE LENGTH (SECS) 60
AUTO -DELETE OLD MESSAGES AFTER 30 DAYS.
AUTO DELETE NEW MESSAGES AFTER 99 DAYS.
SUPERVISOR STATUS? No
ACCESS TO GROUP-BOXES? Yes
DIAL-OUT ALLOWED ? No
ACCESS TO P.A.? Yes
P LAY MENU AFTER GREETING ? No
ALLOWED TO RECEIVE FAXMAIL? No
OPERATOR BOX (DAY): 888 (NIGHT): 888
WHEN EXITING OPEN MAILBOX, GO TO BOX: 821
MAX LINES ALLOWED TO HOLD FOR ONE BOX : 2
WHILE IN QUEUE, SAY POSITION IN LINE? No
TRY EXTENSION 3 TIMES BEFORE GOING BACK TO CALLER
RESTRICTED DIGITS: [None]
•
Class of Service 7:
∗ Set up with the class of service 0 options, but with SUPERVISOR STATUS? enabled.
•
Extension Length:
∗ 3 digits
•
Password Length:
∗ 4 digits
•
Default Passwords :
∗ Equal the mailbox numbers
•
Mailbox 70:
∗ Set up as the Supervisor mailbox with CLASS OF SERVICE: 7
•
Prototype mailbox 9994 (features automatically assigned to all mailboxes created):
TRANSFER TYPE: Wait for Ring
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CLASS OF SERVICE: 0
To: X (signifies the mailbox number)
CURRENTLY ENABLED : Yes
TRANSFER SCHEDULE : Always
P ASSWORD: X (signifies the mailbox number)
SEQUENCE TO TURN ON /OFF MESSAGE WAITING LAMP: (set by Integration program)
AFTER PLAYING GREETING: Wait for digit
2.7 Setting Up the System Using the Teleparameter
Feature
This section provides instructions on using the teleparameter feature to set up a new system at
a customer site or to later make modifications to the system. Using the teleparameter feature,
you can change the parameter values that affect system-wide setup information, box setups,
and VM .CFG file data by simply calling into the system. You simply log into supervisor
mailbox 70 over the telephone, select to modify system parameters, then, as prompted, enter
codes that identify each parameter you want to change and the new value to which you want
to set the parameter. The screen illustrations and parameter value table provided in this
section indicate the parameters and their associated codes.
Technicians who have experience setting up Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office, or the Lite
systems may prefer to use the Teleparameter feature to quickly make modifications and get
the Lite system up and running at the customer’s site. Be advised, however, that since this
technique involves inputting codes that represent system parameters and corresponding
values to which parameters are to be set, it is a bit more difficult to use effectively if you are
unfamiliar with setting up Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office, or Lite systems. For this
reason, we recommend that technicians unfamiliar with Corporate Office, VVP, Small Office,
or Lite systems attach a laptop to the PC and use the instructions provided in the previous
sections to complete all necessary system setup steps.
Note:
If you choose to set up the system using the Teleparameter feature, be sure
to first review section 2.5.6.2 and section 2.6 so you clearly understand the
setup of the default database included on the Lite system unit.
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2.7.1 Using the Teleparameter Feature to Set up a New
System
2.7.1.1 Running the First Time Setup Utility
The Lite system voice processing software is pre-installed on the Lite system unit before it is
shipped to you. You must, however, run the First Time Setup utility so you can configure
certain installation parameters for each specific customer’s site. Use the following procedure
to run this utility by calling into the system over the telephone:
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into supervisor mailbox 70. Note that the
default password for the mailbox is the same as the mailbox number, 70.
2. The Lite system tutorial session starts. Complete the tutorial. When prompted to record
the name and greeting, you may elect to identify this as the supervisor mailbox. When
changing the password, be sure to inform the system supervisor of the number you select.
When you complete the tutorial, press <*> to prevent it from voicing the next time the
box is accessed.
3. The system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
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4. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the Voice Mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
5. From the Supervisors menu, press 0 to perform first time setup. The system prompts you
to enter the Technician password. By default, this password is 1234.
6. Follow the prompts and enter the requested information. When you are prompted to
indicate the type of phone system with which you are working, make your selection from
the appropriate table below. The first table lists the phone systems supported with the
Small Office Lite. Note that the * indicates phone systems that will integrate, but are not
a likely solution due to the capacity of the Small Office Lite in relation to the size of the
phone system—hence, a larger VP system is recommended. The second table lists the
phone systems supported with the Debut unit.
Small Office Lite System Integrations
#
Phone System
#
Phone System
56
Atlas 50
20
29
Atlas 200
1
List of Technical Bulletins Available
08
Comdial DSU/DSUII
94
Lucent Definity G3 – Calista Box –
Vectoring – Bridged Mode
11
Comdial DXP, DXP Plus
102
Lucent Definity G3 – Inband – No
VoiceBridge*
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#
Phone System
#
Phone System
74
Comdial FX
92
Lucent Definity G3 – VoiceBridge *
22
Comdial Executech 2000
93
Lucent Definity G3 – VoiceBridge –
Vectoring – Bridged Mode *
44
Comdial Unisyn
106
Lucenty Definity Pro Logic
45
Encore CX - ECX 1832 / 3672 / 36112
13
Lucent Merlin II
77
Ericsson MD-110
34
Lucent Merlin Legend
75
Fujitsu 9600 with Serial Integration*
97
Lucent Partner ACS
96
Fujitsu Allegra 26
50
Lucent Partner II
78
Fujitsu Series 3 / Starlog
105
Lucent Partner Endeavor
41
Fujitsu Starlog
38
Lucent Partner Plus
80
Harris 20/00
37
Lucent System 25
07
Harris Intellicom 500
63
Lucent System 75 – Voice Bridge *
06
Harris Intellicom 2000
91
Lucent System 85 and Definity Generic 2
– VoiceBridge *
107
Hitachi HCX5000*
31
Mitel COV with D/42D-SX Voice Boards
32
Intertel GX152D
39
Mitel SX100 Digital PABX with ONS
Integration
55
Isoetec IDS 108 / 228
84
Mitel SX200 Light with COV Integration
49
Isoetec System 96
89
Mitel SX200 Light with DNIC Integration
79
ITT/ Cortelco Aries
85
Mitel SX200 Light with ONS Integration
30
ITT / Cortelco System 3100*
(Rhetorex only)
83
Mitel SX200D with ONS Integration
67
ITT ECS 4.02P
86
Mitel SX2000 and SX2000 Light with COV
Integration
69
ITT ECS 6.3
88
Mitel SX2000 and SX2000 Light with
DNIC Integration
28
Iwatsu ADIX
81
Mitel SX50 with COV Integration
90
Mitel SX50 with DNIC Integration
10
Samsung Prostar 56EX / 120MX / 1224
17
NEC Electra Professional Level I
42
Samsung DCS – Digital
54
NEC Electra Professional Level II
9
Siemens Hicom 150E
21
NEC Mark II
12
Siemens Saturn I, II, III
51
NEC NEAX-1400 IMS
15
SMDI Installation Guide/Centrex*
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#
Phone System
#
Phone System
73
NEC NEAX-2000
40
Southwestern Bell Landmark DKS 308 /
616
35
NEC NEAX-2400 Serial Integration
19
Sprint Protégé / Macrotel MT360 / 824
KSU
33
Nitsuko DSO-1 / ONYX
65
SRX
113
Nitsuko 124I
59
Tadiran Coral I, II, & III
114
Nitsuko 384I
99
Tadiran Coral I, II, & III E&M Inband with
Voice Pro
115
Nitsuko DS2000
100
Tadiran Coral I, II, & III with SMDI
103
Northern Telecom meridian – Calista
Box- Vectoring – Bridged Mode *
98
Tadiran Coral 9.87
72
Northern Telecom Norstar D42NS
68
Telrad 2464
27
Northern Telecom Norstar - with VMI
Adapters
64
Telrad Digital Key BX, 200 Digital
53
Northern Telecom SL-1 and Meridian1/SL-1, (with D42-SL) *
46
Toshiba DK-16 / 24 / 56 / 96
18
Panasonic 1232 – Analog
16
Toshiba DK-280 & 40
24
Panasonic DBS
26
Toshiba Perception E
36
Panasonic KXT-336
95
Toshiba Perception EX
23
Panasonic KX-TD 1232 Digital
57
Toshiba Perception I & II
66
Panther II 820 / 1032 / 2064 Release
IV
60
Toshiba Strata E
52
Philips SOPHO-S
87
Vodavi DHS
32
Premier ESP / Intertel GMX
43
Vodavi Infinite DVX1, DVX2, & DVX3
25
Programming Initial Day, Night, &
Lunch Routing Boxes using Trunk I.D.
Codes
48
Vodavi Starplus 2448EX / 4896EX
47
Redwood 3.2
58
Vodavi Starplus 96EX
101
Rolm 8000 Series CBX – Voice
Bridge*
14
Vodavi Starplus Digital
108
Rolm 9000/9751 Series SBX – Voice
Bridge*
116
Vodavi Starplus Triad-S
70
Rolm 9200 BCS / Siemens HCM 200
62
Win 100D
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#
109
Phone System
#
Phone System
#
Phone System
Rolm 9751/Release 9006I - Inband
Debut System Integrations
#
Phone System
56
Atlas 50
113
Nitsuko 124I
29
Atlas 200
114
Nitsuko 384I
08
Comdial DSU/DSUII
115
Nitsuko DS2000
11
Comdial DXP, DXP Plus
27
Northern Telecom Norstar - with VMI
Adapters
74
Comdial FX
18
Panasonic 1232 - Analog
22
Comdial Executech 2000
24
Panasonic DBS
44
Comdial Unisyn
36
Panasonic KXT-336
79
Cortelco Aries
23
Panasonic KX-TD 1232 Digital
45
Encore CX - ECX 1832 / 3672 / 36112
32
Premier ESP / Intertel GMX
96
Fujitsu Allegra 26
25
Programming Initial Day, Night, & Lunch
Routing Boxes using Trunk I.D. Codes
78
Fujitsu Series 3 / Starlog
47
Redwood 3.2
41
Fujitsu Starlog
10
Samsung Prostar 56EX / 120MX / 1224
80
Harris 20/20
42
Samsung Prostar DCS - Digital
07
Harris Intellicom 500
71
9
Siemens Hicom 150E
Intertel GX152D
12
Siemens Saturn I, II, III
55
Isoetec IDS 108 / 228
40
Southwestern Bell Landmark DKS 308 /
616
49
Isoetec System 96
19
Sprint Protégé / Macrotel MT360 / 824
KSU
28
Iwatsu ADIX
98
Tadiran Coral 9.87
20
Iwatsu ZT-D
68
Telrad 2464
List of Technical Bulletins Available
46
Toshiba DK-16 / 24 / 56 / 96
34
Lucent Merlin Legend
16
Toshiba DK-280
97
Lucent Partner ACS
26
Toshiba Perception E
1
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#
Phone System
#
Phone System
105
Lucent Partner Endeavor
95
Toshiba Perception EX
50
Lucent Partner II
57
Toshiba Perception I & II
38
Lucent Partner Plus
87
Vodavi DHS
37
Lucent System 25
43
Vodavi Infinite DVX1, DVX2, & DVX3
85
Mitel SX200 (Lightware 1004+) Light
with ONS Integration
48
Vodavi Starplus 2448EX / 4896EX
17
NEC Electra Professional Level I
58
Vodavi Starplus 96EX
54
NEC Electra Professional Level II
14
Vodavi Starplus Digital
21
NEC Mark II
116
Vodavi Starplus Triad-S
51
NEC NEAX-1400 IMS
62
Win 100D
33
Nitsuko DSO-1 / ONYX
7. Once you enter all necessary information, press 1 as prompted to reboot the PC. You
must allow the system to reboot so it can reset several parameters based on the
information you entered. When the system reboots, your call into it is disconnected.
Continue with the next procedure.
2.7.1.2 Adjusting System Information
You may need to customize certain fields on the System Information screens. Use the
following procedure:
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
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2. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the voice mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
To Exit
Press #
3. From the Supervisors menu, press 9 to modify system parameters. The system prompts
you to enter the Technician password. By default, this password is 1234.
4. At the prompt, enter the number of the parameter you want to change, then, as prompted,
the value to which you want to change the parameter. Parameter information is provided
in a comprehensive table shown in section 2.7.2.
When you complete all modifications, press # to return to the Supervisor’s menu.
Note:
Refer to section 2.7.2 for information on values you can specify for certain
parameters and for information on adjusting parameters in the VM.CFG file.
For detailed information on each field of System Information screens, refer to
the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
2.7.1.3 Adjusting Routing Box Information
As indicated in section 2.5.6.2, you need to adjust Routing Boxes 800, 801, and 821 to
include any single-digit call routing options you want to provide to callers. You must also
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record the necessary greetings for these boxes. Sample Routing box greetings are provided in
section 3.2.1.
To record Routing box greetings, follow the procedure provided in section 3.2.2.
To modify single-digit call routing, you can follow the procedure in section 3.2.3 or you can
use the Teleparameter feature. To use the Teleparameter feature, follow steps 1 through 4 in
the previous procedure, referring to the parameter numbers provided in section 2.7.2. For
detailed information on each field of this screen, refer to the Installation and Maintenance
Manual.
Note:
If you enter a parameter number for a parameter that affects a particular
box, the system prompts you to enter the Item number. The Item number
identifies the particular box in which you want to change the parameter. At
the Item number prompt, enter the number of the box.
Note:
Refer to section 2.7.2 for information on values you can specify for certain
parameters and for information on adjusting parameters in the VM.CFG file.
For detailed information on each field of Routing Box screens, refer to the
Installation and Maintenance Manual.
2.7.1.4 Creating and Adjusting Mailbox Box Information
To create mailboxes on the system, follow the procedure in section 3.1.1. Once you create
mailboxes, you can make detailed modifications to the box setups using the Teleparameter
feature. To use the Teleparameter feature to adjust mailbox information in boxes you have
created on the system, follow steps 1 through 4 in the procedure in section 2.7.1.2. For
specific parameters you can adjust, refer to section 2.7.2. For detailed information on each
field of these screens, refer to the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Note:
If you enter a parameter number for a parameter that affects a particular
box, the system prompts you to enter the Item number. The Item number
identifies the particular box in which you want to change the parameter. At
the Item number prompt, enter the number of the box.
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Note:
Refer to section 2.7.2 for information on values you can specify for certain
parameters and for information on adjusting parameters in the VM.CFG file.
For detailed information on each field of Box Setup screens, refer to the
Installation and Maintenance Manual.
2.7.1.5 Creating Other Box Types and Adjusting Information
To create other types of boxes, you must first follow the procedures presented earlier in this
document to connect a laptop computer to the Lite system unit and access Box Information
setup screens. Once you create the boxes using this technique, you can make detailed
modifications to the box setups using the Teleparameter feature. To use the Teleparameter
feature to adjust information in boxes already created on the system, follow steps 1 through 4
in the procedure in section 2.7.1.2. For specific parameters you can adjust, refer to section
2.7.2. For detailed information on each field of these screens, refer to the Installation and
Maintenance Manual.
Note:
If you enter a parameter number for a parameter that affects a particular
box, the system prompts you to enter the Item number. The Item number
identifies the particular box in which you want to change the parameter. At
the Item number prompt, enter the number of the box.
Note:
Refer to section 2.7.2 for information on values you can specify for certain
parameters and for information on adjusting parameters in the VM.CFG file.
For detailed information on each field of Box Setup screens, refer to the
Installation and Maintenance Manual.
2.7.2 Teleparameter Value Tables
The following table identifies all parameters you can adjust using the teleparameter feature
and the entries you can make to indicate specific values for each parameter. Refer to
information after this table for additional entries you can make in some fields.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Account
Number Box
Setup
2700
Minimum number of digits
required for valid entry
determination
1-9
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2701
Maximum number of digits
required for valid entry
determination
1 - 30
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2702
Number of seconds to wait
before determining all digits
are entered
0-9
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2703
Action to take after
maximum retry attempts if
invalid account number is
entered
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2704
Box associated with
parameter 2703
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2705
Retry attempts to allow if
invalid account number
entered
0-9
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2706
Number of mailbox that
owns the Account Number
box
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2707
Action to take if account
number was previously
collected during call
0 = Use the existing
account number
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2708
Repeat number entered for
confirmation?
1 = Yes
0 = No
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1 = Ask for a new
account number
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Account
Number Box
Setup
2001
Action to take if valid
account number is entered
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Account
Number Box
Setup
2002
Box associated with
parameter number 2001
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2520
Number of mailbox that
owns the ACD box
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2521
Action to take when trying
extension
1 = Blind
2 = Wait for answer
3 = Screen
4 = Wait for ring
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2522
Criteria by which hunt is
started
0 = Start hunting from
first agent in group
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
1 = Start hunting from
previous agent
ACD Box Setup
2523
Number of announcements
after which caller is offered
other options
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2524
Rings permitted before no
answer determination
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2525
Box default operator during
day service
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2526
Box default operator during
night service
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
ACD Box Setup
2527
ACD Box Setup
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Action to take if all
extensions are busy
0 = Queue the call
1 = Go to another box
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
2528
Box associated with
parameter 2527
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2529
Action to take if caller elects
not to remain in queue
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2530
Box associated with
parameter 2529
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2531
If call is queued, state
position in line?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
ACD Box Setup
2501 to
2512
ACD rotation box members
(Valid mailbox
numbers)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Business Hours
Setup
5042
Hour day service begins
00-24
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5043
(With parameter 5042)
Minute day service begins
00 - 59
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
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Param.
Number
Description
Business Hours
Setup
5044
Hour day service ends
00 - 24
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5045
(With parameter 5044)
Minute day service ends
00 - 59
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5046
Hour lunch service begins
00 - 24
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5047
(With parameter 5046)
Minute lunch service begins
00 - 59
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5048
Hour lunch service ends
00 - 24
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5049
(With parameter 5048)
Minute lunch service ends
00 - 59
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
Business Hours
Setup
5067
Hour at which greeting is to
change to good evening
00 - 24
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
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Acceptable Values
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Param.
Number
Description
Business Hours
Setup
5068
(With parameter 5067)
Minute at which greeting is
to change to good evening
00 - 59
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5000
Sequence to initiate an
internal transfer
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5001
Sequence to initiate an
external transfer
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5002
Sequence to complete an
internal transfer
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5003
Sequence to complete an
external transfer
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5004
Sequence to return from no
answer on an internal call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5005
Sequence to return from no
answer on an external call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5006
Sequence to return from
busy on an internal call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5007
Sequence to return from
busy on an external call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5008
Sequence to return from
call screening on an
internal call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5009
Sequence to return from
call screening on an
external call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5010
Sequence to transfer an
internal 3-way call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5011
Sequence to transfer an
external 3-way call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
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Acceptable Values
Notes:
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the day of the
week. Enter 0
(Sunday) through
6 (Saturday).
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5014
Should VP system detect
dial tone?
1 = Yes
0 = No
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5023
Confirmation digits meaning
‘Yes’
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5054
Should VP system use
transfer bypass digit?
0 = None
1 = First
2 = Last
Call Transfer
Information
Setup
5055
Maximum time for 3-way
call (minutes)
0 - 30
Class of
Service Setup
7000
Number of days after which
Old messages are autodeleted
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7001
Number of days after which
New messages are autodeleted
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7002
Maximum message length
(seconds) for a message
0 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7003
Maximum number of
messages allowed in
mailbox
0 - 200
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7004
Maximum greeting length
(seconds)
0 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7005
Maximum number of
personal greetings allowed
0 - 10
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
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Param.
Number
Description
Class of
Service Setup
7006
Play menu after greeting to
callers?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7007
Maximum lines allowed to
hold for mailbox
0 - 32
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7008
Number of times to try
extension before returning
to queued caller
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7009
Say position in line to calls
in queue?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7010
Access to Group boxes
allowed?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7011
Supervisor status allowed?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7012
Caller access to P.A.
system allowed?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7013
Dial-out allowed?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7014
Faxmail receipt allowed?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
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Param.
Number
Description
Class of
Service Setup
7015
Default operator box during
day service hours
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7016
Default operator box during
night service hours
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7017
When exiting open mailbox,
go to box #
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7018
Digits callers can press
while holding
1 - 9, #
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Class of
Service Setup
7020 to
7029
Restricted outcalling
numbers
(Any digits)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the Class of
Service number.
Enter 0 - 7.
Directory Box
Setup
2001
Action to take if no digits
are dialed
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2002
Box associated with
parameter 2001
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2600
Number of time to play
greeting
1-3
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2601
Box associated with
parameter 2602
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Directory Box
Setup
2602
Action to take if requested
name is not found
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2603
Say box number before
transferring call?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2604
Allow callers to hear
complete directory listing?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Directory Box
Setup
2605
Maximum number of digits
to collect from callers
1-9
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
General
Information
Setup
5017
Fast-forwarded / rewind
seconds
0 - 10
General
Information
Setup
5024
Technician password
Up to 10 digits
General
Information
Setup
5025
Customer password
Up to 10 digits
General
Information
Setup
5027
Digits needed to get line for
external call
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
General
Information
Setup
5053
Store call log to:
0 = None
1 = File
2 = Printer
General
Information
Setup
5056
(With parameter 5057)
Maximum number of
minutes call can last before
being rerouted
0 - 30
General
Information
Setup
5057
(With parameter 5056) Box
to which calls are re-routed
(Valid box number)
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
General
Information
Setup
5065
Exit to DOS hour
00-23
General
Information
Setup
5066
Exit to DOS minutes
00-59
Group Box
Setup
2800
Maximum length of a
message (seconds) that
can be sent to this box
10 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Group Box
Setup
2801 to
2850
Group box members
(Valid box numbers)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Holiday
Schedule Setup
5050
(With parameter 5051)
Holiday month
00-12
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the holiday
number. Enter 1
through 20.
Holiday
Schedule Setup
5051
(With parameter 5050)
Holiday date
01-31
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the holiday
number. Enter 1
through 20.
Holiday
Schedule Setup
5052
Box to which calls are
routed during holiday
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the holiday
number. Enter 1
through 20.
Line Information
Setup
1000
Box to which calls on this
line are routed during day
service hours
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1001
Box to which calls on this
line are routed during night
service hours
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Line Information
Setup
1002
Box to which calls on this
line are routed during lunch
service hours
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1003
Rings before call is
answered during day
service hours
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1004
Rings before call is
answered during night
service hours
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1005
Rings before call is
answered during lunch
service hours
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1006
Outgoing calls allowed on
this line?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1007
Line belongs to Line Group
A?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1008
Line belongs to Line Group
B?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1009
Line belongs to Line Group
C?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
Line Information
Setup
1010
Line belongs to Line Group
D?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the line number.
Enter the line
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Mailbox Setup
2000
Mailbox owner’s last name
(Digits that will allow
the Dial-by-Name
directory feature
access this mailbox)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2001
Action to be taken after
caller leaves message
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2002
Box associated with
parameter 2001
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2100
Mailbox password
(Up to maximum
digits specified during
setup)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2101
Sequence to turn on
message waiting lamp
(See technical
bulletin or phone
documentation)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2102
Sequence to turn off
message waiting lamp
(See technical
bulletin or phone
documentation)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2110
Box associated with
parameter 2111
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2111
Action to be taken if caller
chooses “other options”
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
2112
Description
Mailbox has access to only
Hotel guest privileges?
Acceptable Values
1 = Yes
0 = No
Notes:
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one personal
distribution list for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature
Mailbox Setup
2113
Class of service assigned
to mailbox
0-7
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2114
Mailbox to which this
mailbox is a client, if this is
a restricted mailbox
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2115
Language in which greeting
is to play if call is via D.I.D
0-9
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2120
Type of transfer
0 = None
1 = Blind
2 = Wait for answer
3 = Screen
4 = Wait for ring
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2121
Caller’s name voiced upon
pickup?
0 = No
1 = Yes
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2122
Number of rings within
which called party must
answer before system
determines a no answer
condition
Number of rings
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Mailbox Setup
2123
Call transfer schedule
0 = Always
1 = Day only
2 = Night only
3 = Schedule A
4 = Schedule B
5 = Schedule C
6 = Schedule D
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2124
3-way calling used
0 = Always
1 = Day only
2 = Night only
3 = Schedule A
4 = Schedule B
5 = Schedule C
6 = Schedule D
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2125
Record conversation?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2126
Transfer destination
Extension number
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2130
(With parameter 2134)
Type of pager
0 = None
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
1 = Tone-only pager
(no display)
2 = Display pager
Mailbox Setup
2131
(With parameter 2134)
Minutes between calls to
pager
00 - 20
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2132
(With parameter 2134)
Number of times to call
pager
00 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2133
(With parameter 2134)
Schedule during which calls
should be sent to pager
0 = Always
1 = Day only
2 = Night only
3 = Schedule A
4 = Schedule B
5 = Schedule C
6 = Schedule D
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Mailbox Setup
2134
Mailbox owner’s pager
number
(Pager number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2141
Action to be taken after
personal greeting is played
0 = Wait for a digit
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
1 = Begin recording a
message
2 = Page the mailbox
owner
3 = Record a
message, then page
the mailbox owner
Mailbox Setup
2142
Hours after which
messages are to be autoforwarded
0 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2143
(With parameter 2142) Box
to which new messages are
to be auto-forwarded
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2144
(With parameters 2142 and
2143) Schedule during
which auto-forwarding is to
be active
0 = Always
1 = Day only
2 = Night only
3 = Schedule A
4 = Schedule B
5 = Schedule C
6 = Schedule D
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Mailbox Setup
2151
(With parameter 2155)
Number of times to run the
message delivery cycle.
0 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one message
delivery set up for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
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Mailbox Setup
Param.
Number
2152
Description
(With parameter 2155)
Number of times number is
to be called
Acceptable Values
0 - 99
Notes:
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one message
delivery set up for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
Mailbox Setup
2153
(With parameter 2155)
Minutes in between calls to
number
2 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one message
delivery set up for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
Mailbox Setup
Mailbox Setup
2154
2155
(With parameter 2155)
Schedule during which
message delivery is active
Number to call for message
delivery
0 = Always
1 = Day only
2 = Night only
3 = Schedule A
4 = Schedule B
5 = Schedule C
6 = Schedule D
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
(Phone or beeper
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one message
delivery set up for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
You can modify
only one message
delivery set up for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
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Mailbox Setup
Param.
Number
2159
Description
Personal distribution list 1
enabled for mailbox?
Acceptable Values
1 = Yes
0 = No
Notes:
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one personal
distribution list for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
Mailbox Setup
2160 to
2179
Personal distribution list 1
members
(Valid mailbox
numbers)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
You can modify
only one personal
distribution list for
the mailbox using
the Teleparameter
feature.
Other
Customizations
Setup
5018
Maximum box length caller
can dial
2-4
Other
Customizations
Setup
5019
Seconds of initial pause
before main greeting is
played
0 - 10
Other
Customizations
Setup
5020
When VP system should
play time and date
0 = When caller asks
1 = Before each
message
2 = After each
message
Other
Customizations
Setup
5021
Play called party’s name
when call is answered?
1 = Yes
0 = No
Other
Customizations
Setup
5022
Announce call when call is
answered?
1 = Yes
0 = No
Other
Customizations
Setup
5076 to
5079
Custom field (use under
direction of technical
support)
---
Other
Customizations
Setup
5086 to
5089
Debug field (use under
direction of technical
support)
---
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Question Box
Setup
2001
Action to take after
questions are answered
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2002
Box associated with
parameter 2404
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2400
Number of mailbox that
owns the Question box
(Valid mailbox
number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2401
Replay digit answers for
verification?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2402
Voice answers? (versus
digit)
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2403
Trigger owner mailbox
notification of answers in
this box?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2404
Digits caller can press to
exit this box
0 - 9, *, #
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2410
Answer type for Question
10
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2411
Answer type for Question 1
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Question Box
Setup
2412
Answer type for Question 2
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2413
Answer type for Question 3
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2414
Answer type for Question 4
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2415
Answer type for Question 5
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2416
Answer type for Question 6
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2417
Answer type for Question 7
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2418
Answer type for Question 8
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2419
Answer type for Question 9
0 = Voice
1 = Digits
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2420
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 10.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
90
Acceptable Values
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Question Box
Setup
2421
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 1.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2422
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 2.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2423
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 3.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2424
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 4.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2425
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 5.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2426
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 6.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2427
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 7.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2428
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 8.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2429
If the answer type is digits,
minimum number of digits
that must be entered for
valid answer to question 9.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Question Box
Setup
2430
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 10.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2431
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 1.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2432
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 2.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2433
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 3.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2434
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 4.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2435
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 5.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2436
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 6.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2437
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 7.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2438
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 8.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
92
Acceptable Values
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Param.
Number
Description
Question Box
Setup
2439
If the answer type is digits,
maximum number of digits
that can be entered for valid
answer to question 9.
1 - 999
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2440
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 10.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2441
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 1.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2442
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 2.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2443
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 3.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2444
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 4.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2445
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 5.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
93
Acceptable Values
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Question Box
Setup
2446
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 6.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2447
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 7.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2448
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 8.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Question Box
Setup
2449
Number of seconds of
silence before VP system
determines caller has
finished entering digits or
speaking the answer for
question 9.
1 - 99
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2001
Action to take if no digits
dialed
0 = Return
1 = Say ‘Goodbye’
2 = Go to another box
3 = Hang up
Routing Box
Setup
2002
Box associated with
parameter 2001
(Valid box number)
Routing Box
Setup
2300
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 0
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2301
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 1
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2302
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 2
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Routing Box
Setup
2303
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 3
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2304
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 4
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2305
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 5
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2306
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 6
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2307
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 7
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2308
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 8
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2309
Single-digit dialing
destination for digit 9
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2310
Single-digit dialing
destination for *
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2311
Single-digit dialing
destination for #
(Valid box number)
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
Routing Box
Setup
2312
Single-digit dialing
destination for non-DTMF
digit (voice)
(Valid box number)
Routing Box
Setup
2313
Number of mailbox that
owns the Routing box
(Valid box number)
Routing Box
Setup
2314
Box to which calls are
transferred if invalid digits
dialed
(Valid box number)
Routing Box
Setup
2315
Number of times to play
greeting
1-3
Routing Box
Setup
2316
Seconds to wait for a digit
0-9
Routing Box
Setup
2317
Basis used to route call
0 = Digits dialed
1 = Day of week
2 = Sequence
number
3 = Database lookup
4 = Day or Night
service
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Routing Box
Setup
2318
When digits received, wait
for more digits?
1 = Yes
0 = No
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
Technical
Information
Setup
5012
Hookflash length
(milliseconds)
100 - 5000
Technical
Information
Setup
5013
Pause length (milliseconds)
10 - 5000
Technical
Information
Setup
5015
Seconds of silence before
VP system ends recording
0 - 99
Technical
Information
Setup
5016
Seconds of non-silence
before VP system ends
recording
0 - 99
Technical
Information
Setup
5026
Disconnect digit sequence
(Refer to technical
bulletin and phone
documentation)
96
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
A prompt for the
Item number refers
to the box number.
Enter the box
number.
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Param.
Number
Description
Technical
Information
Setup
5063
Hour at which system
automatically updates MWI
00 - 23
Technical
Information
Setup
5064
(With parameter 5063)
Minute at which system
automatically updates MWI
00 - 59
VM.CFG Setup
9001
transbypass=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9003
dtmfon=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9004
ignorenonsilence
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9007
internal=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9011
pagetime=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9012
pagerretry=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9014
maxpasswordlength=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9015
greetsil=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9017
notifyreps=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9019
interdigit=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9023
detectpulse
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9025
auditdatabase
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9026
responsetime=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9099
pa.init=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9100
pa.cancel=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9101
tutorialreps=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9102
pa.repeats=
See the Installation
Manual.
97
Acceptable Values
Notes:
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Param.
Number
Description
VM.CFG Setup
9103
novideomemory
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9104
offhookdelay=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9105
hardwareint=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9106
ringon=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9107
minimummessage=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9108
maxinactive=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9109
maxlockup=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9118
languages=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9120
dtmfsendon=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9121
dtmfsendoff=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9122
pa.busy=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9123
lunchoperatorisday
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9124
samplingrate=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9125
databaseline=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9126
ignoredisconnects
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9127
nonametransfer
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9135
norecordbeep
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9144
repeatmw=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9146
deleteafterfwd
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9150
remotepause=
See the Installation
Manual.
98
Acceptable Values
Notes:
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Param.
Number
Description
VM.CFG Setup
9160
ringreset=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9161
notifyrings=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9162
assumepageconfirm
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9163
assumehold=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9165
externalfax
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9166
faxtimeout=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9167
nopcbeep
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9174
cdspeed=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9182
ignoreinitialdisconnect
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9190
lineaccessontransfer
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9192
24hourclockdisplay
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9203
linesconnected=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9206
qboxposconfirm
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9207
qboxdataprint
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9208
qboxarchive
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9209
pagerprefix=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9210
pagerappend=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9214
omitgroupsender
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9216
pagertrail=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9218
longhookflash=
See the Installation
Manual.
99
Acceptable Values
Notes:
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Param.
Number
Description
VM.CFG Setup
9219
cp.dialtone=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9220
cp.busy=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9221
cp.invalid=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9222
cp.dnd=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9223
cp.ans=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9224
cp.initring=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9225
cp.interring=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9226
cp.noans=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9227
onhookdtmf
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9229
answerack=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9232
senddisconnect=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9256
playbackdelay=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9273
cp.disconnect=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9282
qboxdataprinteject
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9283
qboxuseconfirmnumbers
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9289
qboxhideacctnumbers
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9291
keepmessagesnew
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9295
pooledring=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9296
mboxdefaultdigit=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9301
greeting.noanswer=
See the Installation
Manual.
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Task
Param.
Number
Description
VM.CFG Setup
9302
greeting.busy=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9303
greeting.dnd=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9337
noaccountinlog
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9339
greeting.night=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9340
faxpause=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9342
samecallfaxok
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9343
mwonreps=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9344
mwoffreps=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9346
faxprefix=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9349
faxgeneraldelivery=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9351
initialpauseidp=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9352
directoryidp=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9353
messagepausetime=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9354
sharefaxports
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9359
flowcontrol=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9360
fastacdtransfer
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9361
pmsviatextfiles
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9364
serviceobservecode=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9365
acdpause=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9383
wakeuprings=
See the Installation
Manual.
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Task
Param.
Number
Description
Acceptable Values
Notes:
VM.CFG Setup
9384
ivrpromptlanguage=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9388
volume=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9389
noserialmwrefresh
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9390
basiccptones
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9392
extrarotarytime=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9393
transferring=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9394
dialtonefrequency=
See the Installation
Manual.
VM.CFG Setup
9395
dialtone2frequency=
See the Installation
Manual.
Serial Number
4000
Voices the system’s serial
number.
—
NUMLINES.TXT
4001
Adjusts the code number
authorizing the number of
ports allowed.
(Code supplied by
Sales / Tech.
Support)
Code found on
invoice.
SWITCHES.TXT
4002
Adjusts the code number
authorizing the software for
system features.
(Code supplied by
Sales / Tech.
Support)
Code found on
invoice.
LOGINS.TXT
4003
Adjusts the code number
that controls the number of
VCM logins allowed.
(Code supplied by
Sales / Tech.
Support)
Code found on
invoice.
PBXLINK.TXT
4004
Adjusts the code number
authorizing the software for
certain phone systemrelated features.
(Code supplied by
Sales / Tech.
Support)
Code found on
invoice.
The following table identifies additional values you can specify to indicate special characters
or information in some fields:
Values
Indicate
***1
A
***2
B
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Values
Indicate
***3
C
***4
D
***5
E
***6
F
***7
X
***8
Pause
***9
Hookflash
***0
Clears the field entry
2.7.3 Using the Teleparameter Feature to Adjust the System
Setup
You can use the Teleparameter feature to adjust the system setup at any time. It is not
necessary to bring down the system to make modifications. To use the Teleparameter feature
to adjust information, follow steps 1 through 4 in the procedure in section 2.7.1.2. For
specific parameters you can adjust, refer to section 2.7.1.2. For detailed information, refer to
the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Note:
If you enter a parameter number for a parameter that affects a particular
box, the system prompts you to enter the Item number. The Item number
identifies the particular box in which you want to change the parameter. At
the Item number prompt, enter the number of the box.
Note:
Refer to section 2.7.2 for information on values you can specify for certain
parameters and for information on adjusting parameters in the VM.CFG file.
For detailed information on each field of System Information or Box Setup
screens, refer to the Installation and Maintenance Manual.
Be advised that many day-to-day modifications that must be made to the system (adding
mailboxes, changing system greetings, making call routing modifications) can be done by
calling into the supervisor mailbox and selecting options from the Supervisor menu. By
using Supervisor menu options, you do not need to refer to specific parameter numbers and
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values. For information on day-to-day modifications that can be made using Supervisor
menu options (and not the Teleparameter feature), refer to section 3.
2.8 Upgrading 2 Port Systems to 4 Ports
You can upgrade 2-port Lite systems to function as 4-port systems. Contact the Lite system
sales representative for information. When you purchase a system port upgrade, you are
provided a code number (located on the invoice), which you must enter into the Lite system.
This code enables the additional 2 ports for service.
To enter the upgrade code, use teleparameter 4001 as described earlier in this document.
When prompted, simply enter the code provided on the invoice.
Note:
On a Debut unit, a small sticker on the underside of the unit includes a
number that can identify whether the unit is configured for 2 ports or 4 ports
and whether it is an analog or digital system as follows:
If the sticker begins with:
96-061296-053296-0584-
The system is:
2 port, analog
4 port, analog
4 port, digital
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3. System Supervisor Instructions
The procedures provided in this section indicate how a system supervisor can make changes
to the system setup by calling into the system using a telephone. Each of these procedures
can also be performed by accessing the Lite system software screens through a serial
connection to a laptop PC. For procedures on making modifications through the screen
interface, refer to procedures earlier in this document, or to the Installation and Maintenance
Manual or Supervisor’s Guide.
3.1 Working with Mailboxes
3.1.1 Adding, Deleting, or Modifying a Mailbox
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
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2. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the Voice Mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
To Exit
Press #
3. From the Supervisors menu, press 1 for Mailbox Administration.
4. When prompted, enter the number of the mailbox you want to add, modify, or delete.
The system voices the number back to you.
5. When prompted, press 1 to confirm the number you entered or press # if the number you
entered was incorrect. Once you press 1 to confirm, the system voices the Mailbox menu
options:
Mailbox Menu
To Add
Press 1
To Delete
Press 2
To Modify
Press 3
To Suspend
Press 4
To Restore
Press 5
To Reset
Press 6
To Exit
Press #
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6. To add a new the mailbox to the system, press 1. The system adds the new mailbox to
the mailbox database. All default settings in the mailbox are set to the default parameters
settings specified in prototype mailbox 9994. The default password for the mailbox is the
same as the mailbox number.
To delete the mailbox from the system, press 2. The system deletes the mailbox from the
mailbox database.
To modify the mailbox on the system, press 3. The system voices the Options menu:
Options Menu
To Record Your Name
Press 1
To Record Your Greeting
Press 2
To Change Your Password
Press 3
To Change Your Call-Transfer Feature
Press 4
To Change Your Message Notification Feature
Press 5
To Change Your Pager Feature
Press 6
To Review Msgs Scheduled for Future Delivery
Press 7
To Change your Personal Distribution Lists
Press 8
To Retrieve a Message Previously Sent
Press *
To Return to the Main Menu
Press #
7. To record the mailbox owner’s name, press 1. (Note that each mailbox owner can also
log into the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a
system supervisor.)
8. Once you record the name, the system voices the following prompts:
To Replay
Press 1
To Re-Record
Press 2
To Delete
Press 3
To Exit
Press #
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
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9. To record a personal greeting for the mailbox, press 2. You can record up to 10 personal
greetings for the mailbox (0 through 9). (Note that each mailbox owner can also log into
the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a system
supervisor.)
10. Once you record a greeting, the system voices the following prompts:
To Replay the Greeting
Press 1
To Re-Record the Greeting
Press 2
To Delete the Greeting
Press 3
To Choose a New Greeting
Press 5
To Exit
Press #
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
11. To change the mailbox password, press 3. Note that to change the password, you must
first enter the current password when prompted by the system. By default, the mailbox
password is the same as the mailbox number. (Also note that each mailbox owner can
log into the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a
system supervisor.)
Once you enter a new mailbox password and confirm the entry as prompted, the system
voices a prompt informing you that the new password will be in effect the next time the
mailbox is accessed.
12. To change the call transfer feature, press 4. (Note that each mailbox owner can also log
into the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a system
supervisor.)
13. The system voices a prompt identifying the current call transfer set up, then voices the
call transfer options:
Press 1 if you would like to change the number
Press * to turn this feature on or off, or
Press # if you are satisfied
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
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14. To change the message notification feature, press 5. (Note that each mailbox owner can
also log into the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a
system supervisor.)
15. The system voices a prompt identifying the current message notification setup, then
voices the notification options:
Press 1 if you would like to change the number
Press * to turn this feature on or off, or
Press # if you are satisfied
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
16. To change the pager feature, press 6. (Note that each mailbox owner can also log into
the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be performed by a system
supervisor.)
17. The system voices a prompt identifying the current pager set up, then voices the paging
options:
Press 1 if you would like to change the number
Press * to turn this feature on or off, or
Press # if you are satisfied
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
18. To review messages scheduled for future delivery, press 7. (Note that each mailbox
owner can also log into the mailbox and complete this task—this does not need to be
performed by a system supervisor.)
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19. The system voices a prompt identifying any message scheduled for future delivery, then
voices the options:
To Listen to the Message
Press 1
To Hear the Next Message (scheduled for future delivery)
Press 2
To Cancel the Message
Press 4
To Exit
Press #
Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
3.2 Working with Routing Boxes
3.2.1 Understanding the Routing Box Setup
The Lite system is pre-configured with 3 Routing boxes to process calls. Routing box 800
answers calls during office open business hours (specified as “day service” hours during set
up), box 801 answers calls after day service hours, and box 821 routes calls after they have
already passed through box 800 or 801.
During set up, the following greetings were recorded in Routing boxes 800, 801, and 821:
Box
Greeting Number
Information Voiced by Greeting
800
Greeting 0
Office Open greeting and call routing options
800
Greeting 1
Holiday greeting and call routing options
801
Greeting 0
Office Closed greeting and call routing options
801
Greeting 1
Holiday greeting and call routing options
821
Greeting 0
Call routing options
Typically, companies offer more extensive call routing options to callers during open hours
than during closed hours. Often, single-digit call routing (for example, “…Press 2 for
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Sales…”) is not offered during office closed hours, therefore the prompts and call routing
options differ between box 800 and 801.
To accommodate the fact that a holiday lasts a full 24 hours, and thus holiday calls are
answered by both box 800 and 801 throughout those 24 hours, a holiday greeting is provided
in both box 800 and 801.
Box 800, Greeting 0 Example:
“Welcome to [Company]. If you know the extension number of the person to whom you want
to speak, dial it now. For a directory, press star. Or press zero for the operator.”
Note:
If the system is set up to provide callers single-digit call routing options
(“…Press 2 for Sales…”), those options are also voiced to callers during this
greeting.
Box 800, Greeting 1 Example:
“[Company] is closed today for the holiday. To leave a message for a specific individual,
dial the party’s extension now. For a directory, press star. If you would like to leave your
message with the operator, press zero now.”
Box 801, Greeting 0 Example:
“[Company] is presently closed. To leave a message for a specific individual, dial the
party’s extension now. For a directory, press star. If you would like to leave your message
with the operator, press zero now.”
Box 801, Greeting 1 Example:
“[Company] is closed today for the holiday. To leave a message for a specific individual,
dial the party’s extension now. For a directory, press star. If you would like to leave your
message with the operator, press zero now.”
Box 821, Greeting 0 Example:
“If you know the extension number of the person to whom you want to speak, dial it now. For
a directory, press star. Or press zero for the operator.”
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Note:
If the system is set up to provide callers single-digit call routing options
(“…Press 2 for Sales…”), those options are also voiced to callers during this
greeting.
Other Greetings
Up to 10 different greetings can be recorded and stored in each Routing box. Procedures for
recording additional greetings and changing the currently active greeting in each box are
provided later in this section. The chart below is provided for you to note any additional
greetings set up on the system:
Box
Greeting
Number
Greeting
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3.2.2 Recording Routing Box Greetings or Changing Currently
Active Greetings
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
2. Press 3 to change options. The system voices the Options menu:
Options Menu
To Record Your Name
Press 1
To Record Your Greeting
Press 2
To Change Your Password
Press 3
To Change Your Call-Transfer Feature
Press 4
To Change Your Message Notification Feature
Press 5
To Change Your Pager Feature
Press 6
To Review Msgs scheduled for Future Delivery
Press 7
To Change Your Personal Distribution Lists
Press 8
To Retrieve a Message Previously Sent
Press *
To Return to the Main Menu
Press #
3. From the Options menu, press 2.
4. When prompted, enter the number of the Routing box whose greeting you want to
change. (Note that to change a Routing box greeting, you must be logged into the
mailbox that is the designated owner of the Routing box, as specified on the Routing
box’s setup screen. By default, Supervisor mailbox 70 is the owner of Routing boxes
800, 801, and 821.)
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5. When prompted, press 1 to confirm the number you entered or press # if the number you
entered was incorrect. Once you press 1 to confirm, the system voices the following
options, which relate to the currently active greeting:
To Replay the Greeting
Press 1
To Re-Record the Greeting
Press 2
To Delete the Greeting
Press 3
To Choose a New Greeting
Press 5
To Exit
Press #
6. If you intend to re-record the greeting, first press 1 to replay it. By replaying the greeting
you can 1) ensure you are re-recording the greeting you intended to modify, and 2) note
all the call routing options that are currently provided in the greeting so you can restate
the appropriate call routing options in the new greeting you record (for example,
“…Press 2 for Sales…”). Note that you can modify the single-digit call routing options
by following the procedure provided later in this section.
7. To re-record the greeting, press 2. The system prompts you to enter the number of the
greeting you want to re-record. Enter the greeting number (0 through 9). Then, follow
the prompts to complete the procedure.
8. To choose a new greeting to play as the currently active greeting, press 5. The system
prompts you to enter the number of the greeting you would like to activate or to press star
for the currently active greeting. If you press *, the system voices the currently active
greeting number and greeting, then re-voices the options:
To Replay the Greeting
Press 1
To Re-Record the Greeting
Press 2
To Delete the Greeting
Press 3
To Choose a New Greeting
Press 5
To Exit
Press #
9. Once you press 5 and enter a new greeting number, the system voices a confirmation
prompt stating the greeting number and voicing the now-active greeting.
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3.2.3 Changing the Single-Digit Call Routing
The Lite system can be set up to voice greetings to callers that include single-digit call
routing options, such as, “Press 2 for Sales…” On a system set up this way, a call is
transferred to a certain mailbox when the caller presses 2 during or after the greeting. You
can control the digit(s) callers can dial and the route their calls will subsequently take using
the following procedure.
Note that if you use the following procedure to change the single-digit call routing set up, you
must update the Routing box greeting to relay new instructions to the caller. Use the
procedure in section 3.2.2 to update the greeting as necessary.
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
2. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the Voice Mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
To Exit
Press #
3. From the Supervisors menu, press 2 for Routing box Administration.
4. When prompted, enter the number of the Routing box with which you want to work.
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5. When prompted, press 1 to confirm the number you entered or press # if the number you
entered was incorrect. Once you press 1 to confirm, the system voices the Routing Box
administration menu options:
Routing Box Menu
To Add
Press 1
To Delete
Press 2
To Modify
Press 3
To Exit
Press #
6. To make modifications to the Routing box, press 3. The system voices the modification
options:
To Change the Greeting Press 1
To Change the Routing
Press 2
To Exit
Press #
7. To change the routing structure, press 2. The system voices the prompt, “For digits zero
through nine, please enter the digit, or press * for special routing options.”
8. Press the digit for which you want to modify the call routing. The system voices a
prompt identifying the current call routing set up for the digit.
9. When prompted, press 1 to change the routing for the digit. Then, when prompted, enter
the number of the box to which you now want callers who press the digit to route. The
system voices a prompt stating the new call routing structure.
Note that you can make special call routing refinements by pressing * in step 8 above.
The system voices the following special routing options:
To Change the Destination for the Star Digit
Press *
To Change the Destination for the Pound Digit
Press #
To Change the No Digits Destination
Press 1
To Change the Invalid Digit Destination
Press 2
To Change the Voice Detected Destination
Press 3
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Once you access this menu, be advised that you must not press # to exit it, since the # key
invokes a change to the destination for the pound key. If you want to return to the
previous menu, simply make no entry when you hear the special routing options prompt.
3.3 General System Maintenance
3.3.1 Enabling or Disabling a Port
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
2. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the Voice Mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
To Exit
Press #
3. From the Supervisors menu, press 4 for Port Administration.
4. When prompted, enter the number of the line with which you want to work.
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5. When prompted, press 1 to confirm the number you entered or press # if the number you
entered was incorrect. Once you press 1 to confirm, the system voices the port
administration options:
To Disable a Port
Press 1
To Enable a Port
Press 2
To Exit
Press #
6. To shut down a port, press 1 to disable it. If you disable a port, all calls using that port
are immediately terminated.
7. To enable a port that is currently shut down, press 2.
3.3.2 Recording a Broadcast Message for All Mailboxes
A broadcast message is automatically sent to every mailbox on the system. The message is
played to the mailbox owners the first time they log into their mailbox following the
recording of the broadcast message. A broadcast message does not activate any message
waiting lights or indicators on subscriber telephones and does not add to the message count of
new or old messages in subscriber mailboxes.
1. From a telephone, call into voice mail and log into the supervisor mailbox 70. The
system voices the Main menu:
“To listen to your messages press 1. To send a message press 2. To change your options
press 3.”
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2. To access the Supervisor menu, press 6 (this option is not voiced). The system voices
the Supervisor menu options:
Supervisor Menu
For Mailbox Administration
Press 1
For Routing Box Administration
Press 2
For Question Box Administration
Press 3
For Port Administration
Press 4
To Change the System Broadcast Message
Press 5
To Change the Voice Mail Day / Night Service
Press 6
To Change the System Time
Press 7
To Change the System Date
Press 8
To Modify System Parameters
Press 9
To Perform First-Time Setup
Press 0
To Exit
Press #
3. From the Supervisors menu, press 5 for System Broadcast Message. The system voices
the following options:
To Hear the Current Broadcast Message
Press 1
To Re-record the Broadcast Message
Press 2
To Delete the Broadcast Message
Press 3
To Exit
Press #
4. To record a broadcast message, press 2. Follow the prompts to complete the procedure.
3.3.3 Transferring a Caller to a Mailbox’s Voice Mail
Use the following procedure to transfer a caller directly to a mailbox, without having the
system attempt to ring the mailbox’s associated extension.
1. Press the TRANSFER key on the telephone.
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2. Dial the number for voice mail or press the voice mail hotkey.
3. Dial the number of the mailbox to which you want to transfer the call.
4. To divert the call directly to the mailbox’s voice mail, press *.
5. Hang up the telephone.
3.3.4 Troubleshooting System Problems
Follow these guidelines to effectively report problems you may encounter:
Gather as much detail concerning the situation as possible:
•
Time and date the problem occurred.
•
Box and extension number(s) affected.
•
Action immediately preceding problem.
•
Action taken since problem occurred.
Attempt to duplicate the problem:
•
Note the actions taken that apparently invoke the problem.
•
Recall any recently made system set up changes that may be contributing to or
causing the problem.
•
Attempt to duplicate the problem. If you cannot duplicate the problem, it may be
have been attributed to user error.
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