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Information Systems Cisco 7985 IP Phone Quick Reference Guide
Information Systems
Cisco 7985 IP Phone Quick
Reference Guide
Contents Page:
Cisco 7985 IP Phone Quick Reference Guide
Contents Page
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Introduction
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How does this device differ from others?
3
Overview of Phone
4
How Do I:
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Place a Call?
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Put a Call on Hold?
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Adjust the Handset Volume?
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Adjust the Ringer Volume?
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Use the Speaker?
5
Operate the LCD Screen?
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Adjust the LCD Brightness?
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Use Voice Mail?
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View my Missed Calls?
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Set Up a Conference Call?
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Use Call Waiting?
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Transfer a Call?
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Forward All Calls?
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Use Speed Dialling?
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Where to Find More Information
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Introduction:
This document has been written to help you get up and running with the new Cisco
7985 IP Phone.
This document will show you how to make and receive a call. Change any phone
settings, forward or put a call on hold and log into your Unity Voicemail box.
We will also explain how to make and receive a video call.
How does this device differ from others?
Apart from the fact that the phone has a colour screen and integrated camera, the
overall navigation and use of the phone is similar to the 7965 handset, but with a
couple of extra features.
When making a call to person without a camera you will
connect only with a normal voice connection. If you contact a
person with the same phone, or who has a webcam setup on
their PC, then the two cameras will transmit and allow you to
see each other.
If you would like to see the view of yourself that the other
person is seeing click on the
button,
This will fill a small area of your screen with the image that is
being transmitted (known as picture in picture).
To adjust the angle of the camera, simply rotate it up or down.
Please be aware that if someone calls you from a video enabled device, as soon as
you answer they will be able to see you, so you will need to make sure your hair and
make up is done!! There is a camera cover provided with the phone if you want to
ensure it does not display you.
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Overview of Phone:
Integrated Camera
Date & Time
Display Key
Phone Extension Number
Selfview Mode
Soft Keys
Picture in Picture
Message
Waiting
Indicator
Voicemail
Display
on/off
Directories
Display
Brightness
Phone Settings
Camera Off
Navigation Pad
Mute
Loudspeaker Button
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Volume Control
How Do I:
How Do I?
Place a Call?
Put a Call on
Hold?
Solution
Lift the handset and dial the number
OR Press the NewCall softkey and dial
the number
OR Press the Redial softkey
Press the Hold softkey button.
The call will display a paused symbol
To return to the call, press the Resume
button
Tip
A call on hold remains
active even though you
and the other party
cannot hear each other.
You can answer or place
another call while a call
is on hold.
Note as there is no hold
music please keep the
caller informed
Adjust the
Handset
Volume?
Adjust the
Ringer
Volume?
Use the
Speaker?
Press the up or down Volume button
when the handset is in use.
Press the Save softkey to save your
change.
Press the up or down Volume button
when the handset is not in use (in the
handset cradle).
To activate the speaker:
During a call, press the Loudspeaker
button, then hang up the handset.
To switch from the speaker to the
handset:
Just pick up the handset.
To turn off the speaker and hang up:
Press the Loudspeaker
button.
To adjust the speaker volume:
Press the up or down Volume button
when the speaker is in use.
To save press the Save softkey
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How Do I?
Operate the
LCD Screen?
Solution
To control the cursor:
Press the >> softkey to re-position the
cursor.
Press the << softkey to delete a character
or digit in an entry.
To select a menu item:
Tip
Operating your phone’s
LCD screen is easy. Use
the Navigation pad,
softkeys, and the
keypad to make your
selections.
Tip To exit out of a
menu on your phone’s
LCD screen, press the
Exit softkey.
Press the Navigation pad (above) to
select (highlight) a menu item. Then press
Select (Centre button with a tick).
OR
Press the number key on your phone’s
dial pad that corresponds to the item
number in the menu.
Adjust the
LCD
Brightness?
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Press the Settings button.
Select User Preferences from the menu.
Select Monitor Brightness from the
menu.
Press the LEFT or Right navigation keys
to set the desired contrast.
Press the Save softkey to accept your
changes.
How Do I?
Use Voice
Mail?
Solution
Set up voice mail:
Press the Unity Voicemail button
on your Cisco IP Phone or dial
85555 and enter your PIN (12345) when
prompted.
Allows you to
• save a recorded name (your name)
• Set up a voice greeting
• Change your PIN or password.
(Press 0 for help)
Access voice mail:
View my
Missed Calls?
Press the Unity Voicemail
button
or dial 85555 and follow the voice
instructions
To view your call records:
Press the Directories
Select Missed Calls (1).
Or choose another list:
Received Calls
Placed Calls
button.
To dial from a call record:
Step 1 Follow the steps above to open
your Missed, Received, or Placed Calls
directory.
Step 2 Use the Navigation button to
select (highlight) a particular record.
Step 3 If necessary, use the EditDial
softkey to add digits to the front of the
number.
Step 4 Lift the handset or press the Dial
softkey.
To delete your call records:
Select an entire directory and press the
Clear softkey.
Select a particular call record and press
the Delete softkey.
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Tip
Tip When you have one
or more new voice mail
messages, the red light
on your phone’s
handset remains lit.
Your phone’s LCD
display will indicate if
you have missed a call.
Use the Directories
menu to view (and dial
from) call records in
your Missed Calls,
Received Calls, and
Placed Calls directories.
A call record contains
the time and date of the
call, and a phone
number (if available).
How Do I?
Set Up a
Conference
Call?
Use Call
Waiting?
Transfer a
Call?
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Solution
To turn a two-party call into a
conference call:
Step 1 During a call, press the Confrn
softkey. Doing so automatically activates
a new line and puts the first party on hold.
Step 2 Place a call to another number or
extension.
Step 3 When the call connects, press
Confrn again to add the new party to the
conference call.
Repeat these steps to add parties to the
conference call.
To answer the new call, press the Answer
softkey. When you do so, the original call
is put on hold.
To return to the original call, select it
(using the directional pad) and press the
Resume softkey. You can use the Hold
and Resume softkeys and directional pad
to switch between the calls.
Step 1 During a call, press the Trnsfer
softkey. Doing so automatically puts the
call on hold.
Step 2 Dial the number or office
extension to which you want to transfer
the call.
Step 3 When the call rings on the other
end, press Trnsfer again. Or, when the
party answers, announce the call and then
press Trnsfer.
Tip
Note Once the
conference call initiator
disconnects, no
additional parties can
be added.
If you are on a call
when another a call
comes in, you will hear
a call waiting tone and
see caller ID
information on the
phone’s LCD screen.
If necessary, press the
Hold button to return to
the original call.
How Do I?
Forward All
Calls?
Solution
To forward all of your incoming calls to
another number:
Step 1 Press the CFwdAll softkey. You
will hear two beeps.
Step 2 Enter the number to which you
want to forward all of your calls. Enter the
number exactly as you would if you were
placing a call to that number.
Step 3 After you enter the number, you
will hear two beeps.
The LCD screen displays a message
confirming the number to which your calls
are being forwarded.
Tip
Note To cancel call
forwarding, press the
CfwdAll softkey.
• You can use call
forwarding to send your
incoming calls to
another Cisco IP Phone
or to a traditional analog
phone.
• If call forwarding is
active and there is no
answer at the forwarded
number (by a person,
answering machine, or
voice mail system), the
call will be redirected to
your voice mail system.
• You can set up call
forwarding when you are
not at your phone by
accessing the Cisco Call
Manager User Options
website from your
computer. To access this
site, ask your system
administrator for the
URL and default
password.
Muting a
Video Call or
Audio Call
Press the Mute button. To turn off mute,
press the Mute button again, or lift the
handset.
Where to
Find More
Information
The IS Service Desk should be your first point of contact if you have
problems using your Cisco IP Phone 7985 (call 88500). For training
enquiries contact the Training and Development Unit.
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