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Cisco VoIP 8941/8945 Phones
Reference Guide
ICIT Technology Training and Advancement – training@uww.edu
Updated on 7/31/2014
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Phone Overview ............................................................................................................................................ 4
Phone Terms ............................................................................................................................................. 5
Operating Your Phone................................................................................................................................... 7
Place a Call ................................................................................................................................................ 7
Dialing an Outside Number ................................................................................................................... 7
Answer a Call ............................................................................................................................................. 7
End a Call ................................................................................................................................................... 7
Redial a Number ....................................................................................................................................... 8
Place Call on Hold...................................................................................................................................... 8
Park a Call .................................................................................................................................................. 8
Mute a Call ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Shared Lines ............................................................................................................................................ 10
Answer a Shared Line .......................................................................................................................... 10
Manage Call Waiting ............................................................................................................................... 10
Phone Volume............................................................................................................................................. 11
Adjust the Volume for the Current Call .................................................................................................. 11
Adjust the Ring Volume .......................................................................................................................... 12
Changing your Ring Type ........................................................................................................................ 12
Transfer a Call ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Swap between Calls before Completing a Transfer ............................................................................ 13
Transfer Call to Voice Mail .................................................................................................................. 14
Transfer a Call to another User’s Voice Mail ...................................................................................... 14
Forward All Calls...................................................................................................................................... 15
Forward All Calls to Voice Mail ........................................................................................................... 16
Place and Establish a Conference Call..................................................................................................... 17
To create a conference call: .................................................................................................................... 17
End a conference call: ............................................................................................................................. 18
Displaying Users in a Conference Call ..................................................................................................... 18
Do Not Disturb ........................................................................................................................................ 19
Call History .................................................................................................................................................. 19
Video Camera Operations ........................................................................................................................... 20
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Enable the Video Camera........................................................................................................................ 20
Camera Shutter Control .......................................................................................................................... 21
Camera Control While on a Call .............................................................................................................. 21
Minimize Remote Caller Video ........................................................................................................... 21
Display Picture-in-Picture.................................................................................................................... 21
Video Mute ......................................................................................................................................... 22
Adjust Display Brightness............................................................................................................................ 22
Adjust the Brightness .............................................................................................................................. 22
Voice Mail ................................................................................................................................................... 23
Access Voice Mail from Your Phone ....................................................................................................... 23
Access Voice Mail Remotely ................................................................................................................... 23
Change your Voice Mail Pin .................................................................................................................... 23
Corporate Directory .................................................................................................................................... 24
Cisco Self Care Portal .................................................................................................................................. 26
Speed Dials .............................................................................................................................................. 26
Call Forwarding ....................................................................................................................................... 27
Do Not Disturb ........................................................................................................................................ 28
Single Number Reach and Move to Mobile ............................................................................................ 28
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PHONE OVERVIEW
1.
2.
3.
4.
Phone screen
Video camera
Lens cover/shutter button
Soft key buttons
5. Navigation pad and Select button
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Conference button
Hold button
Transfer button
Redial button
Key pad
Speakerphone button
12. Video mute button
13. Mute button
14. Headset button
15. Volume button
16. Messages button
17. Applications button
18. Contacts button
19. Phone speaker
20. Line buttons, Programmable feature buttons
21. Handset rest
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Phone Terms
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Soft Keys – buttons located at the bottom of your
phone LCD screen. To select a soft key, press the
button located directly under that soft key option.
NOTE: Soft key options change dynamically
depending on what feature of the phone you are
using.
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MWI (Message Waiting Indicator) – The light on
the back of the phone’s handset. This light will
illuminate while receiving a call and also when you
have a new voice mail message.
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Line Buttons – Depending on the model of your
phone, you may have 1 to 2 line buttons available.
• The first line is normally assigned your direct
extension number.
• The second line may be a shared line.
• The fourth line may be assigned to Do Not
Disturb
• Line buttons with no label can usually be
configured as speed dials.
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OPERATING YOUR PHONE
Place a Call
Use one of the following methods to place a call:
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Lift the handset and dial the 4 digit extension number.
Dial the number, and then lift the handset.
Dial the number, and then press the Dial soft key.
Press the line button for your extension, and then dial.
Press the Speaker button, and then dial.
If you are using a headset, press the Headset button, and then dial.
Dial the number, and then press the Headset button.
If you have established speed-dial numbers, press a speed-dial button.
If you have selected a number from a directory, press the Dial soft key.
Note: Use the
(Backspace) soft key to erase digits that you enter incorrectly.
Dialing an Outside Number
To dial an outside number, use any of the methods above to place your call. While dialing the number
press 9, then the full 10 digit telephone number.
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EX: 9-1-262-555-5555
Answer a Call
To answer a call:
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Lift the handset.
If you are using a headset, press the
(Headset) button. If necessary, press the line
button to select between incoming calls.
If you are using the speakerphone, press the Answer soft key or the
(Speaker)
button.
End a Call
To end a call:
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Hang up the handset.
If you are using a headset, press the
If you are using a speakerphone, press the
(Headset) button or the End Call soft key.
(Speaker) button or the End Call soft key.
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Redial a Number
To redial the most recently dialed number:
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Lift the handset and press the Redial button on your phone.
Press the Redial button on your phone to dial using the speakerphone.
Place Call on Hold
To place a call on hold while on the call:
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Press the Hold button on your phone.
To retrieve a held call:
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Press the Resume soft key.
– If multiple calls are on hold, use the Navigation button to select the desired call before
you press Resume.
– If multiple calls on multiple lines are on hold, press the line button for the line that you
want to pick up. The active call on the other line is automatically put on hold.
Note: Because the hold feature can generate music or tones, avoid using hold when dialed into a
remote conference system.
Park a Call
To park a call so that it can be picked up on another UW-Whitewater phone:
Step 1
If video is active during your call, press the More soft key
button, then press the Park soft key button.
If video has been minimized, press the Park button.
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Step 2
The party will be put on hold.
Make note of the park number assigned to your call.
Step 3
From another UW-Whitewater Cisco phone, dial the
park number assigned to your phone.
You will now be placed into the original call.
NOTE: A call will only remain on park for 60 seconds. After 60 seconds, the call will ring again on the
originating phone.
Mute a Call
Step 1
While on an active call, press the Mute button on your
phone. The Mute button lights red, indicating that the
other party cannot hear you.
To deactivate the mute function, do one of the
following:
• Press the (Mute) button again.
• Lift the handset if you are using mute with your
speakerphone.
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Shared Lines
A shared line is one extension that is assigned to multiple phones. When a shared line rings, it can either
ring one phone at a time, on each phone assigned to that call group until the call is answered, or it can
ring on all phones in a call group at the same time. Once a share line call is answered, the line button on
your phone lights green, notifying you that the line is in use.
Answer a Shared Line
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Pick up the handset on your phone, then press the
line button to the left of the shared line extension
that is flashing amber in color.
Press the line button to the left of the shared line
extension that is flashing amber in color to answer
the call on your speaker phone.
Manage Call Waiting
If you are on a call when a second call comes in, you will hear a call-waiting tone or see a flashing indicator
light on the handset.
Step 1
To answer the new call, press the Answer soft key to
answer the call. Press the Divert button to send the
new call to voice mail.
NOTE: When the new call is answered, the call on the
other line is automatically put on hold.
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To return to the original call:
Step 1
Use the up/down buttons on the Navigation pad to
select the original call.
Step 2
Press the Resume soft key to reconnect to the call or
press the line button associated with the original call.
For calls on a separate line:
• Press the Line button for the incoming call. The call
on the other line is automatically put on hold.
PHONE VOLUME
Adjust the Volume for the Current Call
To adjust the handset, speakerphone, or headset volume for the current call:
Step 1
During a call, press the +/- symbol on the Volume
button to adjust the volume.
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Adjust the Ring Volume
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Press the +/- symbol on the Volume button while the handset is in its cradle and the phone is
idle.
Changing your Ring Type
Step 1
Press the
(Applications) button on your phone.
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to
select “Preferences”.
Press the Open soft key to continue.
Step 2
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad on your
phone to select “Ringtone”.
Press the
to continue.
(Select) button on the navigation pad
Step 3
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to
select a new ringtone.
Press the Play button to listen to the ringtone.
Press the Set soft key button to set that ringtone as
your new default ringtone.
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Transfer a Call
Redirects the call after first allowing you to speak to the transfer recipient.
Step 1
During an active call, press the
button on your phone.
(Transfer)
The call is placed on hold.
Step 2
Dial the number to which you want to transfer the call.
Wait for the call to be answered, then speak to the
transfer recipient notifying them that you will be
transferring a call.
Press the Transfer soft key button to complete the
transfer.
NOTE: If the transfer fails, press the Resume soft key to return to the original call.
Swap between Calls before Completing a Transfer
After you connect to the transfer recipient—but before you transfer a call to this party—you can press
the Swap soft key to toggle between the two calls. This allows you to consult privately with the party on
each call before you complete the transfer.
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Transfer Call to Voice Mail
NOTE: You must have an active voice mail account for this feature to work.
Step 1
During an incoming call, press the Divert soft key to
send the call directly to voice mail.
Transfer a Call to another User’s Voice Mail
Step 1
During an active call, press the
button on the phone.
(Transfer)
The call is placed on hold.
Step 2
Dial #8, then the user’s 4 digit UW-Whitewater
extension.
The call will now be transferred directly to the new
user’s voice mail box.
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Forward All Calls
To forward all incoming calls to another number:
Step 1
Press the Forward All soft key.
Dial the number to which you want to forward all of
your calls.
NOTE: If forwarding to an outside phone number, dial
9, then 1, then the area code and phone number.
The phone display will now be updated to show that
calls will be forwarded.
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Forward All Calls to Voice Mail
Step 1
Press the Forward All soft key button on your
phone.
Step 2
Press the
phone.
(Messages) button on your
All incoming calls will now be transferred directly
to voice mail.
NOTE: To remove call forwarding, press the Forward Off soft key. The phone display is updated to show
that calls will no longer be forwarded.
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Place and Establish a Conference Call
NOTE: There can be a maximum of 6 participants in a conference call.
NOTE: For conference calls with 3 or more participants, it is strongly recommended that you use WebEx
Meeting Center. WebEx is a cost-effective conferencing system that offers voice, web, and video as a
feature-rich alternative to audio-only meetings. You can find more information about WebEx by going
to: http://www.uww.edu/icit/training/webex.html
To create a conference call:
Step 1
During an active call, press the
button on your phone.
(Conference)
Step 2
Dial the number of the second party.
If dialing an outside number, dial 9, then 1, then the
area code and phone number.
When the call connects, alert the second party that
they will be joining a conference call.
Step 3
Press the Conference soft key button to add the new
party to the original call.
Follow steps 1 – 3 to add another user to your
conference call.
NOTE: If you want to join two different calls together
into one conference call, put the first caller on hold,
answer the call from the second user. Put the second
caller on hold. Use the up/down buttons on the
navigation pad to highlight the first caller, then press
the Join soft key to join both calls together. You may
need to press the More soft key to locate the Join soft
key.
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End a conference call:
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Hang up the handset, or press the End Call soft key. The conference call will remain active for
other users still in the call.
Displaying Users in a Conference Call
Step 1
Once successfully joined into a conference call, press
the View Details soft key button.
NOTE: You may need to press the More soft key button
to display the View Details soft key button.
Step 2
You will now see a list of users connected to the
conference call.
NOTE: A * (star) next to a user’s name signifies that the
user is the conference initiator.
If you are the conference initiator, you can remove a
user from a conference call by using the up/down keys
on the navigation pad to select the caller, then press
the Remove soft key button.
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Do Not Disturb
You can use the Do Not Disturb (DND) feature to turn off the ringer on your phone.
Enable Do Not Disturb:
1. Press the line button to the left of the Do Not
Disturb option on your phone.
A message appears that Do Not Disturb is active
and the line button will turn red in color.
Disable Do Not Disturb:
1. Press the line button to the left of the Do Not
Disturb option on your phone.
The Do Not Disturb message will go away and the
line button will no longer be red in color.
CALL HISTORY
View the missed, placed and received call history on your phone by doing the following:
Step 1
Press the
(Applications) button on your phone.
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to select
Call History.
Press the Open soft key button to continue.
Step 2
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to scroll
through your call history.
Press the Call soft key to return a call to the selected
phone number. Press the Missed Calls soft key to view
missed calls. Press the “back arrow” soft key to return to
the main menu.
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VIDEO CAMERA OPERATIONS
The following section describes how to enable and disable video on your phone or while on a call.
Enable the Video Camera
NOTE: The video camera on your phone is enabled by default. If the video camera feature is not working
on your phone, please do the following to verify that this feature is enabled.
Step 1
Press the
phone.
(Applications)
button
on
your
Step 2
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to
select Preferences. Press the Open soft key to
continue.
Step 3
Use the up/down arrows on the navigation pad to
select Video.
Press the
(Select) button on the navigation pad to
view the video properties.
Step 4
Verify “Video calls” is set to On.
Enable Video: If “Video calls” is set to “Off”, press the
Edit soft key button, select “On”, then press the Select
soft key button.
Disable Video: Follow the steps above to set “Video
calls” to “Off”. Press the Select soft key button to save
your changes.
NOTE: If “Video calls” is set to “Off”, the “Always send
my video” option will be greyed out.
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Camera Shutter Control
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Open Camera Shutter: Slide the button on top of the camera to the right. The shutter will now be
open.
Close Camera Shutter: Slide the button on top of the camera to the left. The shutter will now be
closed.
Camera Control While on a Call
By default, your camera will display video while on a call. To control your camera while on an active call,
please do the following:
Minimize Remote Caller Video
Step 1
While on an active call, press the Minimize soft key to
minimize the remote caller’s video display on your
phone.
Press the Show Video soft key to display the remote
caller’s video on your phone.
Display Picture-in-Picture
Allows you to display a small thumbnail of your video while on a call.
Step 1
While on an active call, press the
(Picture-inPicture) soft key button to display a small thumbnail
picture of your video screen while also viewing the end
caller’s video.
Press the Picture-in-Picture button multiple times to
move the thumbnail screen to different corners of the
phone display window.
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Video Mute
Video mute allows you to temporarily “mute” your video camera while leaving the end caller’s video
enabled. When you mute your video, the end caller will see a black screen until you “unmute”.
Step 1
While on an active call, press the
button on your phone.
(Mute Video)
When video is muted, the icon will turn red.
If using Picture-in-picture, your video thumbnail will
display a red “video mute” icon.
To remove video mute, press the “video mute” button
again. The red button light will now turn off.
ADJUST DISPLAY BRIGHTNESS
Adjust your phone screen brightness level.
Adjust the Brightness
1. Press the
(Applications) button.
2. Use the up/down buttons on the navigation pad to select Preferences. Click the Open button.
3. Select Brightness, then press the
(Select) button on the navigation pad.
– To increase brightness, press the “up arrow” on the Navigation pad.
– To decrease brightness, press the “down arrow” on the Navigation pad.
4. Press the Save soft key to set the brightness, or press the Cancel soft key to exit.
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VOICE MAIL
Note: When you have one or more new voice mail messages, the message-waiting indicator (MWI) light
on your handset will be illuminated.
NOTE: You can also access your voice mail inbox (Web Inbox) and manage voice mail settings
(Messaging Assistant) online by going to http://voicemail.uww.edu. Login using your Net-ID and
password.
NOTE: A more comprehensive list of voice mail prompts can be found on the UW-Whitewater Phones
(Cisco VoIP) Training and Documentation page located: http://www.uww.edu/icit/services/phones.
Access Voice Mail from Your Phone
1. Pick up the handset on your phone and press the
(Messages) button. Press the (Messages)
button directly to play voice mail over the speaker phone.
2. Enter your voice mail password (pin) followed by #.
3. Follow the voice prompts to continue.
Access Voice Mail Remotely
To access your voice mail remotely from another phone, follow the steps below.
1. Dial the full 10 digit extension of your UW-Whitewater phone number from an alternate phone.
2. Wait until you receive the voice mail prompt, press the * (star) key on your number pad once you
hear the voice mail message.
3. Enter in your 4 digit UW-Whitewater extension and press #.
4. Enter in your voice mail password and press #.
5. Follow the remaining prompts to manage your voice mail.
Change your Voice Mail Pin
NOTE: You can also change your voice mail pin by going to http://voicemail.uww.edu. Login using your
Net-ID and password.
1. From within the voice mail box, press 4 to access “Setup options”.
2. Press 3 to access Preferences.
3. Press 1 to change your pin.
Follow the remaining voice prompts to change your voice mail pin.
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CORPORATE DIRECTORY
To access the UW-Whitewater Corporate directory:
Step 1
Press the
(Contacts) button on your phone.
Step 2
Use the up/down buttons on the navigation pad to
select Corporate Directory.
Press the Open soft key button.
Step 3
Press the up/down buttons on the navigation pad to
select the Last, First, or Number field search option.
Step 4
Using the number pad, enter the first or last name of
the person you wish to call.
NOTE: When entering letters, select the appropriate
number key assigned to that letter. Press the number
key multiple times to scroll through the available
letters. For example, to enter a b, press the 2 key two
times, then pause. To enter a c, press the 2 key three
times, then pause. Use the backspace (<<) soft key to
make corrections while entering data.
Step 5
Press the Search soft key button to continue.
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Step 6
Use the up/down buttons on the navigation pad to
select the user you wish to call.
Press the Dial soft key to place your call.
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CISCO SELF CARE PORTAL
NOTE: The Cisco Self Care Portal page is only available while on the UW-Whitewater network. If you
need to access this page remotely, please establish a VPN connection to the UW-Whitewater network.
Speed Dials
To configure speed dials on your phone, log into the Cisco Self Care Portal by going to
http://phone.uww.edu. Login using your Net-ID and password.
NOTE: Your Net-ID and password is case sensitive.
Step 1
From the Cisco Self Care Portal, click on the Phones tab
located in the top menu bar.
Step 2
Select Phone Settings located in the left-hand toolbar.
Step 3
Select Speed Dial Numbers from the main window.
Step 4
NOTE: If you have multiple phones, you will need to
select the phone model for which you would like to
configure speed dials on.
Click the Add New Speed Dial link.
Step 5
Enter in the speed dial information:
• Number/URI: Enter the 4 digit extension of an
internal UWW employee or the 10 digit external
phone number starting with a 9.
• Label (Description): Enter the label for your speed
dial.
• Speed Dial: Enter the number to assign to your
speed dial.
o Enter 1 to pick the first available speed dial
button.
o Enter 2 to select the next available speed
dial button. Etc.
1. Click Save to save your changes.
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Your new speed dial will now display as a line option on
your phone.
NOTE: To edit your speed dial, click the pencil icon to the right of your speed dial entry on the Cisco Self
Care Portal webpage. Click the X button to delete your speed dial.
Call Forwarding
Step 1
From the Cisco Self Care Portal page, click on the Phones
tab located in the top menu bar.
Step 2
Select Call Forwarding located in the left hand toolbar.
Step 3
Your primary extension will be expanded by default. If
you have multiple extensions assigned to your phone,
click the down arrow to the left of the line extension to
configure the call forward settings on that extension.
Check the box to the left of the extension you want to
forward.
Step 4
Use the dropdown box to select “Voicemail” or “Add a
new number”.
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Step 5
If adding a new number, enter the 4 digit extension to
forward internally. To forward to an external phone
number, enter 9, then the full 10 digit telephone
number.
Click the Save button to save your changes.
NOTE: Call forwarding can also be enabled by pressing
the Forward All soft key button on your phone or
through your Jabber client.
Do Not Disturb
Step 1
From the Cisco Self Care Portal page, select IM &
Availability from the top toolbar.
Step 2
Under the Do Not Disturb heading, check the box to
“Turn on” Do Not Disturb.
Step 3
Click the Save button to save your changes.
To disable Do Not Disturb, uncheck the box, then click
the Save button to save your changes.
NOTE: Do Not Disturb can also be enabled by pressing
the line button to the left of Do Not Disturb on your
phone.
Single Number Reach and Move to Mobile
Single Number Reach (SNR) allows incoming calls to ring an alternate phone, like a mobile phone, in
addition to your primary desk phone. Move to Mobile can also be enabled, in addition to SNR, allowing
you to quickly transfer an active phone call from your desk phone to your mobile phone. Single Number
Reach and Move to Mobile are custom, add-on, features that are not enabled by default and require
consultation with ICIT staff. To request access to this feature, contact the ICIT TSC Helpdesk at 472-4357
or helpdesk@uww.edu.
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