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Aastra DT390
Cordless Phone for MX-ONE™
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Copyright
© Copyright Aastra Telecom Sweden AB 2010. All rights reserved.
Disclaimer
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1
Introduction
WARRANTY
AASTRA MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO
THIS MATERIAL, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Aastra shall not be liable for errors contained
herein nor for incidental or consequential damages in connection with
the furnishing, performance or use of this material.
TRADEMARK
Aastra is a registered trademark of Aastra Technologies Limited. All
other trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective
owners.
1.1
About this User Guide
This guide describes the available features of the DT390 cordless phone
when it is connected to MX-ONE™.
The DT390 cordless phone is designed for use in an office environment
where messaging is not needed. It is intended for telephony and has
high quality voice.
Depending on the version and configuration of the exchange that your
phone is connected to, some of the functions and features described in
this user guide may not be available. There can also be some differences in the way your phone is programmed. Please consult the system
administrator if you need further information. Some markets use differing
codes for some features. In this guide the features are described using
the most common codes. The latest version of the user guide can be
downloaded from www.aastra.com.
1.2
Preparing for Use
Before using your phone for the first time, you have to charge and
connect the battery, see Installation on page 93.
Note: Place the phone in the charger and charge it for at least one hour
before using it the first time.
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1.3
IPEI and IPDI Codes
Your phone has a unique IPEI code (International Portable part Equipment Identity), and a unique global GAP identity number for the DECT
registration (IPDI). The IPEI and IPDI codes are used for network
subscription of the phone.
At delivery, the phone’s IPEI and IPDI codes are identical, and either of
them can be used for network subscription.
Note: If the phone is replaced by another phone using the easy replacement procedure, the IPDI code changes. If the IPEI and IPDI
codes differ, the IPDI code should be used for network subscription.
To look up the IPEI and IPDI codes, do the following:
1.
Dial *#06# when the phone is in idle mode.
The IPEI and IPDI numbers appear in the display.
2.
Press Back to return to idle mode.
Note: If your phone is broken and needs to be replaced with another
phone, please contact the system administrator.
1.4
Software Version
To view the phone’s software version:
1.
Dial *#34# when the phone is in idle mode.
2.
Select Software and press Select.
Details about the software version appear in the display.
3.
Press Back until you return to idle mode.
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1.5
Accessibility and Voice Quality
The base network is not always available. If you cannot connect to the
system, contact the system administrator. For best voice quality, avoid
positioning yourself near a computer, a radio, or similar equipment.
1.5.1
Operating area
You can use your cordless phone in the area that is covered by the
network. Outside this area you will lose contact with the phone network.
The signal strength icon,
, will disappear and the text No System will
be displayed.
1.5.2
Out of Range
When you leave the system coverage area you will hear a short beep
and see a lamp indication, and the text Searching will appear in the
display. The out of range beep will be repeated every minute for 30
minutes. To switch off the beep, press and hold the mute key,
.
When reentering the coverage area, it takes a few minutes before the
phone registers into the system.
1.5.3
Standby Time
Poor radio signals (far away from the system base station) reduce the
handset standby and talk times. High loudspeaker or ringer volume,
frequent key activation and display illumination as well as active vibration alarm, are features that can specifically shorten standby and talk
times.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Safety Instructions
Read this sedction before using the telephone.
For safe and efficient operation of the telephone, observe the guidelines
given in this manual and all necessary safety precautions when using
the telephone. Follow the operating instructions and adhere to all warnings and safety precautions located on the product, the Quick Reference
Guide and this User Manual.
This product shall only be used with the following batteries:
•
Art.No.: 660177 Battery
Single chargers shall only be connected with power adapters supplied
by the manufacturer.
Available power adapters (Suppliers Designation) are:
2.1
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Art.No.DC3: 130160 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/0.65A
- Europe
•
Art.No.DC3: 130166 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/1A
- USA, Canada, AUS, and UK
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Art.No.DC4: 130161 Power supply unit AC/5V DC/2A
- Europe, USA, Canada, AUS, and UK
Precautions
•
Save this manual. It includes important safety information and
operating instructions. Save all instructions for future reference.
•
Before using the handset, users of hearing aids should note that
radio signals can affect hearing aids and, if powerful enough, can
cause an unpleasant buzzing sound.
•
Connect AC (power supply) to the desktop battery charger only to
designated power sources as marked on the product.
•
Danger: Never alter the AC cord or plug. If the plug will not fit into
the outlet, have a proper outlet installed by a qualified electrician.
Improper connection increases the risk of electric shock.
•
Position the electrical cord to the AC power supply where it is least
likely to be subjected to damage or stress.
•
Remove the electrical cord from an outlet by pulling gently on the
AC adapter, not by pulling the cord.
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Remove the battery before cleaning the telephone to reduce risk of
electric shock.
•
Unplug the battery charger from a power source before cleaning
the telephone to reduce risk of electric shock.
•
Do not use the telephone with auxiliary equipment not exclusively
recommended by the manufacturer, as it may result in fire, electric
shock, or injury, and will void the warranty.
•
Do not disassemble the telephone. Disassembling the telephone
voids the warranty. The telephone consists of no consumer
serviceable components. Service should be performed by Authorized Service centre only.
•
Changes or modifications to the equipment not expressly approved
by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s
authority to operate the equipment.
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Do not allow heavy objects to fall on the telephone.
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Do not allow children to play with the product packaging material.
Product packaging material is often small and may present a
choking hazard.
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Do not allow children to play with the telephone. It is not a toy. Children could hurt themselves or others. Children could also damage
the telephone.
•
Always keep and handle your products with care and keep them in
a clean and dust-free place. Proper use and care will prolong the
product’s life. Use a soft absorbent tissue or cloth to remove dust,
dirt or moisture.
•
For long and safe operation with optimal performance the battery
need to be replaced regularly.
•
Do not put the product in a microwave oven as this may cause
damage to either the oven or the product.
•
Do not paint your product.
•
To avoid hearing impairment, accept the call before holding your
product (or portable handsfree device) to your ear.
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2.1.1
Frequency Range
The telephone is a radio transmitter and receiver. When it is on, it
receives and sends out radio frequency (RF) energy. The telephone
operates on different frequency ranges depending on market and
employs commonly used modulation techniques:
2.2
EU
1880-1900 MHz
USA
1920-1930 MHz
Latin America
1910-1930 MHz
Brazil
1910-1920 MHz
Other countries
(except China)
1900-1920 MHz
Regulatory Compliance Statements
(EU and EFTA only)
Hereby, Aastra Telecom Sweden AB, Box 42214, SE-126 17 Stockholm,
declares that this telephone is in conformity with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the European Directive
1999/5/EC (R&TTE Directive).
Details to be found at: http://www.aastra.com/sdoc
2.3
Regulatory Compliance Statements
(USA and Canada only)
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FCC ID:BXZDH3
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IC: 3724B-DH3
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US: 9FVW4NANDH3
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2.3.1
FCC Compliance Statements
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for
a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference
to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that
to which the receiver is connected.
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this phone.
2.3.2
Exposore to Radio Frequency Signals
This EUT has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized
specific absorption rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment/general
population exposure limits specified in ANSI/IEEE Std. C95.1-1992 and
had been tested in accordance with the measurement procedures specified in FCC/OET Bulletin 65 Supplement C (2001) and IEEE 1528-2003.
This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth for
an uncontrolled environment. This device complies with FCC SAR limit
of 1.6 W/kg. The maximum SAR value measured when used at the ear
is 0.043 W/kg. The telephone has also been tested when worn on the
body using belt clip, maximum measured SAR value in this configuration
is 0.037 W/kg. This device must not be co-located or operating in
conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Use of non-Aastra approved accessories may violate the FCC RF exposure guidelines and should be avoided.
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2.3.3
Information to User
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject
to the following conditions:
(1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
2.3.4
IC Requirements for Canada
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B conforme á la norme NMB-003
du Canada.
The wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and
manufactured not to exceed the emission limit for exposure to radio
frequency (RF) energy set by the Ministry of Health (Canada), Safety
Code 6. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and established permitted levels of RF energy for the general population. These
guidelines are based on the safety standards previously set by international standard bodies. These standards include a substantial safety
margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age
and health.
This device has been shown to be capable of compliance for localized
specific absorption rate (SAR) for uncontrolled environment / general
public exposure limits specific in ANSI/IEEE C95.1-1992 and had been
tested in accordance with the measurement procedures specified in
IEEE 1528-2003.
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2.4
Environmental Requirements
2.4.1
Cordless Telephone
2.4.2
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Note: Do not use the cordless phone in areas with a danger of
explosion, as it is not specified as intrinsically safe.
•
Only use the telephone in temperatures between 0o C to +40o C
(32o F to 104o F).
•
Avoid exposing the telephone for direct sunlight or close to other
heat sources.
•
Do not expose the telephone to open flame.
•
Keep the telephone away from excessive heat and moisture.
•
Moving the equipment rapidly between warm and cold temperatures may cause condensation (water droplets) to form on its
internal and external surfaces. Water droplets may cause malfunction of the equipment and corrupt or end communication or damage
the equipment. When condensation is noticed, stop using the
equipment. Switch off the phone, remove the battery and unplug
the mains adapter from the power outlet. Wait until the moisture
evaporates from the equipment before putting it in operation again.
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Protect your telephone from aggressive liquids and vapours.
•
If the telephone has been exposed for water or condense, remove
the battery immediately and let it dry completely before re-inserting
the battery.
•
Do not place a cold telephone in a charger.
•
If the liquid crystal display breaks, avoid injury by preventing the
liquid crystal from coming into contact with eyes, skin or mouth.
Prevent the liquid crystal from leaking out of the broken glass.
•
In case of smoke or fumes, stop operating the product and turn it
off immediately. Unplug the mains adapter and remove the
batteries from the phone immediately. Continued operation may
result in fire or electrical shock.
Battery
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Do not immerse the battery into water. This could short-circuit and
damage the battery. If the battery has been exposed to water or
condense, remove it immediately and let it dry completely before
reinserting it.
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Do not expose a battery to an open flame. This could cause the
battery to explode.
•
Never carry or store the battery together with electrically
conducting objects (neck chains, pencil leads, etc.)
•
If you ever notice liquid leaking out, unusual odour, build-up of heat,
discolouration, deformation or any other abnormal condition when
you use, charge or store the battery, remove the battery immediately from the handset and keep it away from naked flames.
•
The battery fluid can damage your sight. If at any time battery fluid
accidentally gets into your eyes, rinse your eyes immediately with
clean tap water and contact a doctor.
•
Do not allow the metal contacts on the battery to touch another
metal object. This could short-circuit and damage the battery.
•
Do not leave a battery where it could be subjected to extremely high
temperatures, such as inside a car on a hot day.
•
Use the Desktop Charger or the wall mounted Charging Rack for
charging. Charge the battery for at least one hour the first time you
use the battery. Note that the wall mounted charger with a battery
pack adapter has to be used if the battery alone is to be charged.
•
Do not charge a battery when the ambient room temperature is
above 40 ºC or below +5 ºC (above 104º F or below 41 ºF).
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Do not attempt to take a battery apart.
•
Do not disconnect the battery unless it needs to be replaced.
•
Turn off the telephone before removing the battery.
•
Unplug the battery charger from a power source before cleaning
the phone to reduce risk of electric shock.
•
Only charge the battery when it is placed in the phone.
•
Never heat or dispose of the battery into a fire, which, or else, may
cause leakage, burst or fire.
•
Remove the carrying case from the product while in charger.
•
Do not cover the product while it is being charged. Do not charge
the phone in a closed cabinet or drawer. The charging of the battery
is a chemical process and causes the battery to become warm
during charging. Make sure the environment in which the phone is
charged, is well ventilated.
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The cordless phone can be charged either when switched on or off.
•
Do not, under any circumstance, connect the battery's positive and
negative leads altogether.
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2.4.3
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Do not strike or drop the battery. It may cause damage to the
battery.
•
The battery should be stored in a dry place, with the ambient
temperature of approximately +25°C (+77°F) for best performance.
•
The battery continues to discharge a minimal portion of its power,
even if the product is switched off or the battery is removed.
Disposal of Telephone and Batteries
Defective phones or batteries should not be placed in municipal waste.
Please check local regulations for disposal of electronic products.
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DT390 DESCRIPTION
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DT390 Description
This chapter describes the DT390 cordless phone and its display, menu
structure, and tones. The phone is shown in figure 1 on page 14.
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Figure 1: Overview of the DT390 cordless phone
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Soft keys
Can be pre-programmed or used with the GUI
Off-hook key
Used to connect calls, and as a shortcut to the call list.
Voice mail access
Used to listen to voice mail messages
Key lock and upper and lower case
A combined key lock and shift key for upper and lower case
Space
Used to add space between text
Mute key
Used to switch audio on and off in idle mode, to silence the ring
signal, and to switch the microphone off and on during a call
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3.1
Navigation key
Used to navigate left, right, up, and down
On-hook key and power on and off
A combined key used to end a call, to return to idle mode, and to
switch the phone on and off with a long press
Display
The display is 112 pixels wide and 115 pixels high. The display
is monochrome black and white, and has backlighting
Headset connector
The headset connector is used to connect a headset. The
headset connector cover protects the connector against dust
Indication lamp
Indicates incoming calls, low battery, and charging status
Functions and Accessories
The DT390 functions are listed in table 1 on page 15, and its accessories
are listed in table 2 on page 16.
Table 1 Functions
Local phonebook (250 entries)
Central phonebook *
Company phonebook (500 entries) **
Downloadable language **
Vibrator
Headset connector
Microphone on/off during call
Loudspeaking function
Voice mail access *
Centralized management *
Easy replaceable battery
Easy replacement of telephone
* This is a system dependent feature.
** This feature requires configuration in WinPDM or CPDM.
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Table 2 Accessories
Desk charger
Desk PDM charger
Rack PDM charger
Leather case
Belt clip, hinge type
Belt clip, swivel type
Security chain
Headset with microphone on boom
Headset with microphone on cable
3.1.1
Accessories
Case
The plastic cover parts are made of durable PC/ABS material.
Antenna
The antenna is integrated inside the phone.
Loudspeaker
A separate loudspeaker for the loudspeaking function is placed at
the back side of the phone.
Microphone
The microphone is placed at the front bottom side of the phone.
Clips
There are two different belt clip options to the cordless phone; a
standard (hinge) clip and a security (swivel) clip. Use the clip to
attach the phone to a belt or similar. See also Belt Clip on page 94.
It is also possible to use the phone without any clip.
Battery
The battery is a rechargeable Li-Ion battery, placed under a battery
cover. The battery is fully charged within 4 hours.
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3.2
Display Information
The icons and text in the display indicate functions and settings available
to the user. The display gives visual feedback on all actions performed,
and also textual warnings, see figure 2 on page 17. The owner ID can be
set manually by the user.
Note: If a name is available it is displayed together with, or instead of,
the number.
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Status bar
01/11/2009
Header bar
System A
Active area
223344
Soft key bar
4
Menu
Figure 2: Example of a display in idle mode
Status bar
Header bar
Active area
Soft key bar
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The top row (Status bar) is used for icons giving the
user information about signal strength, missed call,
time and battery status. This row is always visible.
The second row (Header bar) displays the current
date, headset connection, system connection, phone
lock, and so on.
The next rows (Active area) are used for information
such as the name of the system to which the cordless
phone is connected. A user identity provided from the
system, or an owner ID, can also be displayed if it has
been configured in the Settings tab. This is also the
area for popup text, missed calls or to confirm an
action.
The bottom row (Soft key bar) is used for soft keys.
There are three soft keys located just beneath the
display. The function of each soft key is indicated by
text in the display just above the key, see figure 3 on
page 18. The functions defined for the soft keys cannot
be changed.
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3.2.1
Soft keys
Menu
Soft keys
Figure 3: Soft keys “Call” and “List”
Note: The information displayed varies depending on the version and
configuration of the exchange, and whether you use the phone in
a DECT or an IP DECT system. Consult the system administrator
to find out which type of system your phone is used in.
Depending on the state and setting of your phone, different information
can be shown, see the following list:
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•
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Idle phone
–
Normal.
The display shows the programmed name of your network,
your name and extension number, time and date, and so on,
see figure 3 on page 18.
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Follow-me activated.
The display shows your own extension number followed by a
> and the number your extension has been diverted to.
Outgoing call
–
Normal outgoing call.
When you make an outgoing call, the dialed number or name
is displayed.
–
Diverted call.
If the dialed number is diverted, the diversion information is
shown. The display shows, for example, the dialed number
and the number diverted to (preceded by >). When the
diverted call is answered, only the number of the answering
position is displayed.
Incoming call
–
Normal incoming call.
If available, the number or the name of the caller is displayed.
–
Diverted call.
A diversion indicator (>) before the number or name tells you
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that the call is diverted to your extension. When you have
answered the call, the display shows only the number of the
person calling.
3.2.2
System Connection Messages
Possible system connection messages that can be displayed on your
phone is described below.
Shown in display Indicating Description
System A
System
The phone has contact with System A.
Indication It is also possible to assign the system a
name of your choice.
No System
Out of
coverage
The phone is out of coverage. Go into
range, or contact the system
administrator.
When reentering the coverage area it can take a couple
of minutes before the phone has registered
automatically into the system.
3.2.3
No access
Access
The phone has contact with a system,
Indication calling is not allowed.
No
Subscription
System
The phone is not in contact with any
Indication system. Ask the system administrator to
log on the phone.
Display Icons
The display icons are described below.
Icon
Description
Signal strength
Shown in the upper left corner, when the phone is
connected to a system. The staples shown in display
depends on the signal strength.
Full battery
Shown in upper right corner.
Low battery
Shown when 10% or less remains of the battery
capacity.
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Icon (Cont.)
Description (Cont.)
Empty battery
Flashing when the remaining battery capacity is 5%
or lower.
Loudspeaking
Displayed in the soft key bar during a call. Pressing
this icon will activate loudspeaking mode.
Loudspeaking off
Displayed when loudspeaking mode is enabled.
Pressing the soft key when this icon is displayed will
deactivate loudspeaking mode.
Sound off
Shown when the
key is pressed and held, or
when the phone is placed in the charger with sound
off enabled.
Microphone off
Indicates a silenced microphone. It is displayed after
a long press on
during a call.
Headset
Indicates that a corded headset is connected to the
phone.
Outgoing call
Added in front of outgoing calls in the call list.
Incoming call
Added in front of all answered calls in the call list.
Missed call
Added in front of missed calls in the call list, and in
the status bar.
Voice mail message
Appears in the header bar when there are voice mail
messages. The icon remains in the header bar until
you have listened to the voice mail.
Keys locked
Indicates a locked keypad.
Phone locked
Indicates a locked phone.
Locked entry
Indicates a company phonebook contact. These
contacts cannot be changed or deleted by the user.
WinPDM/CPDM communication
Visible when there is communication with WinPDM or
CPDM through the desk PDM charger.
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3.2.4
Menu Tabs
The menu tabs are listed and described below.
Icon
Description
Contacts
Contains all names and numbers in the local phonebook. In
addition, a company phonebook with up to 500 entries can
be downloaded from the WinPDM or CPDM to the phone. It
is also possible to access a central phonebook from this
menu.
Company phonebook and central phonebook are system dependent and configured
by the system administrator.
Calls
Contains call lists, call time, and call services
Call services are configured by the system administrator from the WinPDM or CPDM.
Settings
Contains phone settings such as ringer volume, and display
language.
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3.3
Menu Structure
All available phone features can be accessed through the menus.
•
In idle mode, press Menu to open the main menu.
•
To confirm a selection, press Select.
•
Press Back to return to the previous menu, and press
the menu structure.
to exit
When you open the main menu, the display will look as in figure 4 on
page 22.
13:00
Contacts
Calls
Settings
Select
Back
Figure 4: The main menu with the Contacts icon selected
Note: The phone can be used in several networks. All functions are not
supported in all networks.
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3.3.1
Calls Menu
An overview of the Calls menu
• Call list
—>
7891
7827
7682
7845
is presented in figure 5 on page 23.
—> • Call
01:30
03:35
• More
05:26
• Back
20-Oct-09
—> •
•
•
•
•
• Missed calls —>
• Call time
—> • Call
7682 05:26
7845 23-Sep-09
• More
• Back
—> Total call time:
03:47:06
Last call:
00:00:07
• Call services —> • Absence*
• Divert calls*
Time of call
Edit number
Save number
Delete
Delete all
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Time of call
• Edit number
• Save number
• Delete
• Delete all
>
>
>
>
—> • Deactivate
• Lunch
• Meeting
• Trip
• Vacation
• Out
• Absence 1
• Absence 2
• Absence 3
• Absence 4
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
—> • Internal
• External
• No reply
• When busy
>
>
>
>
* Visible if defined in the PDM
Figure 5: Calls Menu
Note: Call service functions are system dependent. Parameters are set
up in the CPDM or WinPDM. Contact the system administrator.
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3.3.2
Contacts Menu
An overview of the Contacts menu
24.
• Call contact
——>
• Search
• From contact list
• Add contact
——>
• Edit contact
——> • Search
• From contact list
• Delete contact
• New
• From Call list
——> • Search
• From contact list
is presented in figure 6 on page
>
——> • Name
• Work number
>
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
——> • Name
• Work number
• Mobile number
• Other number
• Ring signal
>
>
>
>
>
>
• Central phonebook* ——> • Search by name
——> • Call
• Search by number
• More
• Last result
• Back
>
——> • View contact
• Add to contacts >
* System dependent
Figure 6: Contacts Menu
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3.3.3
Settings Menu
An overview of the Settings menu
25.
• Sound & Alerts
• Headset
—> • Volume
is presented in figure 7 on page
>
• Ring signals
—>
• Internal call
• External call
• Callback
• Vibrator alert
—>
• On
• On if silent
• Off
• Key sound
—>
• Click
• Tone
• Silent
—> • Mic on boom
• Mic on cable
• Headset profile*
• Display
—> • Contrast
• Time & Date
—>
• Locks
• Time format
—>
• hh:mm (am/pm)
• hh:mm
• Date format
—>
• dd month yy
• month dd yyyy
• yyyy-mm-dd
• mm/dd/yyyy
• dd/mm/yyyy
• dd-mm-yyyy
• dd.mm.yyyy
—> • Automatic key lock —>
• Phone lock
• Answering
>
—>
-–> • Answering key
• On
• Off
• Auto phone lock —> • On
• On in charger
• Change PIN code >
• Off
—> • Hook off
• Any key
• Behaviour
—> • Automatically
• Loudspeaking
• *Language
—> Dansk, Nederlands,
English, etc.
• Owner ID
>
• In charger
—> • No action
• Switch off
• Redirect
• Sound off
>
>
>
>
• System
—> • Change system
• Subscribe
• Unsubscribe
• Rename system
• Priority
>
>
>
>
>
* Visible if defined in the PDM
Figure 7: Settings Menu
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3.3.4
In Call Menu
An overview of the In call menu is presented in figure 8 on page 26. You
reach the menu by pressing the soft key More during a call.
Note: The options that appear when you press More are programmed
from the WinPDM or CPDM. Please contact the system administrator.
• Contacts
>
• Microphone on/off
>
• New call *
—>
• Switch *
>
• End call *
>
• Transfer*
>
• Transfer to new call*
• Call
• Phonebook access
• Cancel
>
—> • Call
• Phonebook access
• Cancel
>
>
>
• Conference*
• Call back*
• Call waiting*
• DTMF
• DECT info**
—> • Link
• System
• General purpose 1 Name*
• General purpose 2 Name*
• General purpose 3 Name*
* Visible if defined in the PDM.
** Visible if the Admin menu is activated.
Figure 8: In call Menu
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3.4
Tones
The following different tones are sent from the exchange to your phone.
Tone
Description
Dial tone
Special dial
tone
Ringing tone
or queue tone
Busy tone
Congestion
tone
Number
unobtainable
tone
Call waiting
tone
Intrusion tone
Conference
tone
every 15 seconds (to all parties)
Verification
tone
Warning tone,
expensive
route
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3.5
Indicators
3.5.1
Phone Indicator
The status indicators listed below are used to indicate phone status.
Table 3 Cordless Phone Indicator
3.5.2
Indicator
Description
Orange, fixed (phone placed in
charger)
Battery is being charged.
Green, fixed (phone placed in
charger)
Battery is fully charged.
Red, fixed
Battery warning.
Green flashing
Incoming call.
Desk PDM Charger Indicator
The status indicators listed below are used to indicate charger status.
Table 4 Desk PDM Charger Indicator
Indicator
Description
None
Not connected to power.
Green, fixed
Logged on to CPDM or WinPDM.
Orange, fixed
Not logged on to CPDM or
WinPDM.
Orange, flashing (1000 ms on,
1000 ms off)
Software download
File transfer during Easy
Replacement
Orange, flashing (100 ms on, 800
ms off)
Change phone indication during
Easy Replacement.
Red, fixed
Software error. Service needed.
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Red, flashing (100 ms on, 800
ms off)
Error indication during Easy
Replacement. Put back old
phone in charger. Charger
returns to Not logged in to
CPDM or WinPDM mode when
the phone is removed.
Red, flashing (3 long flashes, 800
ms on, 100 ms off)
Parameter error in user
parameters. Charger performs a
factory reset and restarts.
Red, flashing (800 ms on, 100
ms off)
Parameter error in production
parameters. Service needed for
charger.
Error during Easy Replacement.
Service needed for both phones.
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4
Switching On and Off
This chapter describes how to switch on and off the phone.
Note: If the message No System is displayed you cannot make or
answer calls. Depending on system programming, your phone
can be locked automatically. To unlock the phone, enter your four
digit code (factory default is “0000”).
4.1
Switching On
To switch on the phone, do the following:
1.
Press and hold
.
The phone will vibrate when it is on and the display lights up. The
following confirmation message is displayed: DT390 Switch on?.
2.
Press Yes to confirm.
If the phone does not switch on, or if the battery icon indicates low
level, charge the battery and try again.
4.2
Switching Off
To switch off the phone, do the following:
1.
In idle mode, press and hold
.
The following confirmation message is displayed: Switch off?.
2.
Press Yes to confirm.
The phone is switched off.
Note: Pressing
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5
Free Seating
Free Seating is used for people who have an office extension number
but no phone set of their own, for example, people who are mostly
working outside the office. As a free seating user, and working from the
office, you can log on to any free phone set. The phone set will be
assigned temporarily with your extension number and your system
authorities.
Note: Free seating is not supported by IP DECT.
5.1
Logging On
To log on, do the following:
1.
Press *11*.
2.
Dial the authorization code * extension number # and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
to finish the procedure.
The display shows your phone number.
5.2
Logging Off
To log off, do the following:
1.
Press #11# and then
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
2.
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Press
to finish the procedure.
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6
Incoming Calls
An incoming call is indicated by a flashing indicator, accompanied by a
ring signal and a vibrating phone. The ring type tells you if the call is an
internal, external or callback call. Both ring signal and vibrator can be
disabled. The calling party’s number or name, or both, is displayed.
The name of the caller will be shown if the calling party’s phone number
is stored in any of the phonebooks. When a headset is connected to the
phone, the answering button on the headset can be used to answer the
call.
The 25 last received phone numbers are stored in the call list along with
the latest dialed and missed phone numbers, see Call List on page 45.
6.1
Answering Calls
When you receive a call, do the following to answer:
•
Press
.
Press
to answer in loudspeaking mode (handsfree).
OR
•
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker.
OR
•
Press the answering button on the headset.
Note: Calls can be answered at any time even during programming, or
while keying in a number. When the phone is in idle mode, you
can change the answering method, see Changing Answering
Methods on page 86.
Other answering methods, such as Automatically or Loudspeaking, can
be set from the Settings tab,
, see Settings on page 81. When automatic answering is enabled, an incoming call will be answered automatically after approximately one second.
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6.1.1
Call Pick-up
To answer a call to a phone in another room:
1.
Call the ringing extension and press
2.
When you hear a busy tone, press 8.
.
Note: France and New Zealand press 4; Sweden press 6.
6.1.2
Mute Ring Signal
If the phone rings at an inconvenient moment, you can switch off the ring
signal temporarily:
1.
Press
to suppress the ringing.
All alert signals, including the vibrator, will be muted for this specific
call.
2.
6.1.3
Press
to answer the call.
Silent Ringing
You can set your phone to silent ringing, when your phone is in idle
mode:
•
6.2
Press and hold
to switch the ring signal on or off. When the
ring signal is switched off, the icon
is shown. All alert signals will
silence until the ring signal is switched on again. If the vibrator is set
to On when silent, it will alert you of new calls, messages and
alarms. See Switching Vibrator On and Off on page 81.
Rejecting a Call
If you do not want to answer an incoming call, you can reject the call:
•
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Press
. The call is disconnected.
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6.3
Ending a Call
If you want to end an ongoing call, you hang up:
•
Press
.
The display shows the duration of the call. The total time of the call
can also be retrieved from the Calls menu, see Call Statistics on
page 78.
6.4
Parallel Ringing
Parallel ringing makes it possible for an incoming call to ring several
phones simultaneously and for the call to be answered from any of the
phones. The main advantage of this function is minimizing the risk of
losing calls. The function requires all the phones involved to be defined
in a parallel ringing list, which must be configured and initiated by the
system administrator.
Because only calls to a main extension will be distributed among the
phones in the list, this main extension also needs to be defined. A call to
a specific extension will not be distributed to other phones in the list. The
user can disable parallel ringing temporarily using the function Internal
Follow-me. For more information about Internal Follow-me, see Internal
Follow-me on page 61.
6.4.1
Disabling Parallel Ringing Temporarily
To disable parallel ringing temporarily, do the following:
1.
Press *21*
Note: U.K., press *2*.
2.
Dial the extension number, press # and press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
to finish the procedure.
If you want to disable parallel ringing for all phones defined in the list,
follow the procedure for disabling the function from the phone with the
main extension number and enter the number of the answering position.
If you want to disable parallel ringing for one specific phone in the list
only, follow the procedure for disabling the function from this phone and
enter its extension number.
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6.4.2
Restoring Parallel Ringing
To restore parallel ringing, do the following:
1.
Press #21#.
Note: U.K., press #2#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
to finish the procedure.
Note: If you want to restore parallel ringing for all phones defined in the
list, follow the procedure for restoring the function from the phone
with the main extension number and enter the number of the
answering position. If you want to restore parallel ringing for one
specific phone in the list only, follow the procedure for restoring
the function from this phone and enter its extension number.
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7
Outgoing Calls
This chapter describes how to make calls, how to conceal your number
from being displayed to the person you are calling, and how to redial the
last external number dialed.
7.1
Calling
To make a call, you can either select a contact in one of the phonebooks
available, or get the phone number or extension from the call list. You
can also use shortcuts, if available.
•
Available phonebooks are the local phonebook stored on the
phone and the company phonebook stored centrally on a server,
see Contacts on page 47.
•
The 25 last received phone numbers are stored in the call list along
with the latest dialed and missed phone numbers, see Call List on
page 45.
If the number you wish to dial is not stored in any phonebook, nor found
in the call list, you enter the desired phone number or extension with the
keypad.
To call a number that is not stored in the call list or among your contacts,
do the following:
1.
Dial the number and press
or Call.
The number is shown on the display while dialing.
2.
If needed, press Clear to erase and edit the number.
Use the navigation key to step and add or delete a digit in the
middle of a number.
Note: If you receive a queue tone when the digit(s) to get an external
line are dialed (if the feature Least Cost Routing is used in the
system), keep waiting. Once a line becomes free you will receive
a dial tone. If a warning tone is heard, the selected line is marked
Expensive.
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7.1.1
Dialing a Number From the Call List
To dial a number stored in the call list, do the following:
1.
Press
.
The call list is opened. If a number occurs more than once, the most
recent time stamp is shown along with the total number of occurrences.
2.
3.
7.1.2
Step with the navigation keys in the call list and select a number to
dial. If you wish to edit the number before calling, do the following:
a)
Press More.
b)
Select Edit number, press Select, and make the desired
changes.
Press
or Call.
Dialing From Contacts
To dial a contact, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call contact, and press Select.
A name list is shown.
3.
Select a contact from the list, or search a name or number by enter
characters in the Search field, and press
or Call.
For more information about calling contacts via the phonebooks, see
Contacts on page 47.
7.1.3
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
While waiting for a connection, dial tone or during the call:
7.2
1.
Press
.
2.
You are connected to the call via the loudspeaker and microphone.
Number Presentation Restriction
If you do not wish to display your name and number to the person you
are calling, you can activate the number presentation restriction feature.
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Note: The feature can be blocked for use on your extension by the
system administrator.
To hide your name and number from the person you are calling, do the
following:
1.
Press *42# and press
.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Dial the number.
Instead of showing your name and number, the display on the
called phone shows the text Anonymous.
Note: The number presentation restriction settings are valid only for the
ongoing call. Next time you want to use the feature, you will have
to activate it again.
7.3
Last External Number Re-dial
When you make an external call, the system automatically stores the
number dialed, regardless of whether the call was successful or not.
To re-dial the last external number dialed:
•
Press *** and then
.
Note: Finland and Sweden, press **0.
7.4
When You Receive a Busy Tone
If you call an extension and receive a busy tone or get no answer, or if
all external lines are busy, you can use one of the following methods:
•
Callback
•
Call Waiting
•
Intrusion
Note: These functions need to be programmed via the WinPDM
or CPDM. Please contact the system administrator.
During an ongoing call, the soft key More is displayed, leading to the In
call menu, where you find options such as Callback and Call waiting.
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7.4.1
Callback
When you order callback for a busy extension, you will be called back as
soon as the extension or line becomes free. If you order callback when
there is no answer, you will be called back when the extension has been
used the next time.
7.4.1.1
Ordering Callback for an Extension
To initiate callback when a called extension is busy, or when there is no
answer, do the following:
1.
Press More.
2.
Select Callback, and press Select.
Note: If Callback is not programmed and does not appear when you
press More, you can press 6 to initiate callback. France, New
Zealand and Sweden, press 5
3.
Press
and wait until the phone alerts.
You are called back (recall ring signal) when the ongoing call is
finished or the next time a new call is finished. You have to answer
within eight seconds, otherwise the callback service is cancelled.
While waiting for callback, you can make and receive calls as usual.
4.
Press
to answer when you are called back.
The system calls the extension.
Note: Callbacks can be activated on several extensions at the same
time.
7.4.1.2
Ordering Callback for an External Number
If all external lines are busy when you have dialed the external number
and pressed
, do the following:
1.
Press 6#.
Note: France, New Zealand and Sweden, press 5#.
2.
Press
to finish the procedure.
When an external line becomes free you will be called back (recall
ring signal). You have to answer within eight seconds, otherwise
the callback service is cancelled. While waiting for callback, you
can make and receive calls as usual.
3.
Press
.
The system calls the external number.
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Note: Only one callback can be activated on a busy external line.
7.4.1.3
Canceling a Single callback
To cancel a callback, do the following:
1.
Press #37*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #6*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press #.
Note: To cancel a single callback on a specific external line, dial
the digit or digits to get a line instead of the extension number.
3.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4.
7.4.1.4
Press
to finish the procedure.
Canceling All Callbacks
To cancel all callbacks, do the following:
1.
Press #37#.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #6#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
7.4.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Ordering Call Waiting
If you urgently wish to contact a busy extension or external line, you can
send a notification using a call waiting signal.
Note: This feature might be blocked for use on your extension. This
needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM by the system
administrator.
To order call waiting, do the following:
1.
Press More, select Call Waiting and press Select.
The other part will hear a call waiting signal.
Note: If Call Waiting is not programmed and does not appear
when you press More, you can press 5 to activate. France and
New Zealand, press 6; Sweden, press 4.
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7.4.3
2.
Keep the phone off hook but close the menu.
3.
When the called extension or external line becomes free, it will be
called automatically.
Intrusion
You can intrude on an ongoing call on a busy extension. If intrusion is
not allowed for the called extension, you will continue to hear a busy
tone. Before the intrusion is executed, an intrusion tone is sent to the
parties in the ongoing call. As long as the three parties are connected,
you will hear an intrusion tone.
Note: Intrusion might be blocked for use on your extension (this is
programmed by the system administrator). If Intrusion is not
allowed, you will continue to hear a busy tone.
7.4.3.1
Ordering Intrusion On a Busy Extension
To intrude on a busy extension, do the following:
1.
Press 4 when you hear a busy tone.
Note: France, New Zealand and Sweden, press 8.
7.5
Bypass
If you need to get through to a certain extension that is currently being
forwarded by follow-me, you can bypass the extension.
If this feature is allowed from your extension, you can bypass an activated Diversion, an activated Follow-me or an activated Absence Information on a specific extension.
To request a bypass ordered by an extension, do the following:
1.
Press *60*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press *1*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press # and
.
Wait for an answer.
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7.6
Speed Dialing
Common speed dialing numbers allows the you to make calls simply by
pressing a few keys. The common speed dialing numbers consist of 1-5
digits and are stored in the exchange (by the system administrator).
To make call using a speed dial number, do the following:
1.
Dial the common speed dialing number.
Please see to your phone directory.
2.
Press
to make the call.
Note: You can also make speed dialing calls via the phonebook.
7.7
Authorization Codes
Authorization codes are used to grant different user groups different
levels of access to the telephony system.
There are two types of authorization codes, common and individual,
which are presented in the following sections.
7.7.1
Common Authorization Code
If you are assigned to use a common authorization code (1 to 7 digits)
you can change temporarily any phone used within the exchange to the
authority level connected to this code. You can use the code for one call
only or you can open the phone for some calls and lock it when leaving
the phone.
7.7.1.1
Opening the Extension For a Single Call
To use the code for a single call, do the following:
1.
Press *72*.
Note: Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *75*. U.S.
and Canada, press *6*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3.
Dial the digit(s) to get an external line.
4.
Dial the external number.
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7.7.1.2
Opening the Extension For Several Calls
To open an extension for some calls, do the following:
1.
Press #73*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #71*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3.
7.7.1.3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Locking the Extension
To lock an extension, do the following:
1.
Press *73*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press *71*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3.
7.7.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Individual Authorization Code
If you are assigned to use an individual authorization code (1 to 7 digits,
assigned to your own extension), you can lock your own extension to a
common authority level when, for example, you are out of the office. You
can also change temporarily any other phone used within the exchange
to the same authority level as you have on your own phone. The individual code can be changed from your own extension.
7.7.2.1
Locking the Phone
To lock your phone, do the following:
1.
Press *76*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3.
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Press
to finish the procedure.
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7.7.2.2
Making Calls While the Phone Is Locked
To make calls with your authority level when your phone is locked, do the
following:
1.
Press *75*.
Note: Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
3.
7.7.2.3
Dial the digits to get an external line and the external number.
Opening the Phone
To open your phone, do the following:
7.7.2.4
1.
Press #76*.
2.
Enter the authorization code, press # and
3.
Press
.
to finish the procedure.
Assigning Own the Individual Authorization Code to Other Phone
To assign your own authority level to another phone, do the following:
1.
Press *75*.
Note: Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
2.
Enter the authorization code and press *.
3.
Dial your own extension number, press # and
.
Wait for a verification tone.
4.
7.7.2.5
Dial the digits to get an external line and the external number.
Changing the Individual Authorization Code
To change your individual authorization code, do the following:
1.
Press *74*.
2.
Enter the old authorization code and press *.
3.
Enter the new authorization code, press # and
.
Wait for verification tone.
4.
Press
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Call List
The 25 last received, dialed and missed calls are stored in a call list. The
numbers can be either extension numbers or external numbers, and
External numbers are preceded by the digit(s) for external call access. If
supported by the system, the number’s contact name can be displayed
in the call list.
If the same number is received, dialed or missed several times, it
appears only once in the call list. However, next to the number, a time
stamp for the most recent call is displayed along with information about
the total number of calls to or from that number.
If the time and date feature is enabled, it is possible to see when calls
were made or received that day. The following day, the time stamp is
changed to a date stamp. For more information on time and date
settings, see Time and Date on page 83.
8.1
Opening the Call List
To open the call list, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select
Note: You can also open the call list by pressing
2.
Select Call list, and press Select.
3.
Scroll the list to select a number to call or edit.
4.
Select More or Call.
5.
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.
•
Pressing Call initiates a call to the selected number.
•
Pressing More opens a menu with options to edit, save, or
delete calls, to view the time of stamp of the selected call, or
to send a message to it.
Press Back to leave the call list.
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8.2
Saving a Number in the Call List
To edit a number in the call list, when your phone is in idle mode, do the
following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call list, and press Select.
3.
Scroll the list to select a number to edit.
4.
Select More and Edit number.
5.
Press Save number, specify the type of number, and press Select.
The number is saved and the name field is highlighted.
8.3
6.
Press Add, enter the desired name and press OK.
7.
Make any other necessary settings and press Save and then press
Back twice to leave the call list.
Deleting a Number From the Call List
To delete a number from the call list, when your phone is in idle mode,
do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call list, and press Select.
3.
Scroll the list to select a number and press More.
4.
Select Delete, and press Select to remove the selected number.
Select Delete all, and press Select to remove all numbers in the
call list.
5.
Press Yes to confirm.
The name and number are deleted.
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9
Contacts
The phone is equipped with the following phonebooks:
Local phonebook
The local phonebook can hold up to 250 entries (that is, names and
numbers), which can be added, deleted and edited by the user. The
phonebook lists all names in alphabetical order, where three
numbers can be added for each contact; work number, mobile
number, and other number. Maximum name and number length is
48 characters in name and 24 digits in a number.
Company phonebook
The company phonebook can hold up to 500 entries, which can be
downloaded to the phone. The names and numbers in this phonebook cannot be edited or deleted by the user. The phonebook lists
all names in alphabetical order. The names from the local phonebook and the company phonebook appear in the same list, but the
company phonebook contacts are marked with
in front of the
name to indicate that they cannot be modified. Maximum name and
number length is 24 characters in name and 24 digits in a number
(1 number per name).
Central phonebook (optional)
When you access the central phonebook, you send a request to a
messaging server with the first characters entered, and the
messaging server returns a list of names that matches the search.
Maximum name and number length is 40 characters in name and
20 digits in number.
9.1
Dialing a Contact from the Local or
Company Phonebook
To dial a contact from the company phonebook, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call contact, and press Select.
The local and company phonebook contacts appear in the same list
but the company phonebook contacts are marked with
in front
of the name.
3.
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Select a contact from the list, or search a name or number by
entering characters in the Search field, and press Call.
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9.2
Dialing a Contact from the Central
Phonebook (Optional)
In the central phonebook, it is possible to search by name, number, or
the last result.
When the search is finished, it is possible to view contact information,
add the number to a new contact, and to call the number.
9.2.1
Searching by Name
To search a central phonebook contact by name, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Central Phonebook, and press Select.
3.
Select Search by name, and press Select.
4.
Enter the first or last name and press Search.
The status message Searching is displayed.
5.
9.2.2
Press
or Call.
Searching by Number
To search a central phonebook contact by number, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Central Phonebook, and press Select.
3.
Select Search by number, and press Select.
4.
Enter the first digit in the number and press Search.
The status message Searching is displayed.
5.
9.2.2.1
Select the number to call from the result list and press
to make the call.
or Call
Adding a Contact from the Central Phonebook Search
When the search result is received, it is possible to add the name and
number as a contact. Do the following:
1.
Press More.
2.
Select Add to cont. and press Select.
3.
Press Save.
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9.2.3
Viewing Last Search Result
To view the last search result:
9.3
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Central Phonebook, and press Select.
3.
Select Last Result, and press Select.
Adding a Name and a Number
To add a name and a number to the phonebook, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Add contact and press Select.
3.
Select New or From call list and press Select.
If New is chosen:
a)
Press Add, enter the name, and press OK.
b)
Select Name, Work number, Mobile number, or Other
number, and press Add.
c)
Enter the number and press OK.
d)
Press Save.
If From call list is chosen:
9.4
a)
Navigate to the desired number in the call list and press Add.
b)
Select Work number, Mobile number or Other number, and
press Select.
c)
Select Name and press Add.
d)
Enter the name of the contact and press OK to save the entry.
e)
Press Save.
Changing a Name and a Number
To edit a name or number in your list of contacts, do the following:
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1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Edit contact and press Select.
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The names in the contact list are shown in alphabetical order. To
search in the list, enter the first character(s) in the name, or step
with the navigation key.
9.5
3.
Select the contact to change, and press Edit.
4.
Select what to edit for this contact (Name, Work number, Mobile
number or Other number) and press Edit again.
5.
Make the changes, and press OK.
6.
Press Save to save the changes.
Deleting a Name and a Number
To delete a name and a number from your contacts, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Delete contact and press Select.
The names in the contact list are shown in alphabetical order.
•
Navigate with the navigation key to the desired name or
number.
•
Enter the first character(s) in the name and press Search.
OR
3.
Press Delete to delete the entry and confirm deletion by pressing
Yes.
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9.6
Writing Text and Numbers
This section explains how to write text and numbers, which is useful
when you want to add a new entry in the phonebook.
To enter a name or number, use the following keys:
•
Press
or
on the navigation key,
within the chosen row.
•
Press Clear to correct a wrong entry.
, to move the cursor
To add, for example, the name Smith in the phonebook, do the following:
1.
Press 7777 for S.
The marked character is selected after a time out or when another
key is pressed.
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2.
Press 6 for m.
3.
Press 444 for i.
4.
Press 8 for t.
5.
Press 44 for h.
6.
Press OK when the name is complete.
Number Input Mode
•
A short press on a key enter the digits 0 - 9 and the
characters * and #.
•
To add a plus sign (+) in the number for international calls, press 0
twice.
Text Input Mode
•
A short press on a key 0-9 displays the first available character on
that specific key. The marked character is selected after a time out,
or when another key is pressed.
•
To change to upper or lower case, press
before entering the
character. The same key can also be used to display only digits.
•
To add space in the text, press 0.
•
A long press on
displays special characters.
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9.6.3
Special Characters
Use the keypad to enter letters and characters. Press a key once for the
first letter or character, twice for the second, three times for the third, and
so on. The most common letters are printed above each key on the
phone. All the available letters and characters are shown in figure 9 on
page 52.
abcæàâç2
defèéêë3
, .? ! - ‘ ” 1
jkl5
ghiîï4
mnoñôöœ6
wxyz9
pqrs7
tuvû8
Space + * 0
#
Figure 9: Available characters
Note: Depending on the selected menu language, other characters can
be available than appear in the illustration above.
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10
During Calls
This chapter describes the options available during a call, such as call
forwarding, call waiting, and conference. It also describes how to change
the volume level and mute the microphone during a call.
10.1
Volume Control
To adjust the speaker volume during a call, you press the navigation key.
The phone stores and keeps the new volume level.
10.2
Loudspeaking (Handsfree)
The loudspeaking function is useful in situations when you need to have
a conversation over the phone while having your hands free for other
tasks (handsfree mode).
To activate loudspeaking during a call, do the following:
•
Press
.
You are connected to the caller via the loudspeaker and microphone.
10.3
Muting the Microphone
It is recommended that you mute the microphone rather than putting a
call on hold, because a call on hold can be diverted to your operator,
directly or after some time.
To mute the microphone during an ongoing conversation, do the
following:
1.
Press More, select Microphone off, and press Select.
Or
Press and hold
.
The mute microphone icon
is displayed, and the other part in
an ongoing call will not be able to hear you.
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To switch on the microphone again, do the following:
1.
Press More, select Microphone on, and press Select.
Or
Press and hold
.
Note: During an emergency call, the soft key More is disabled, which
means that you can only turn off the microphone by pressing and
holding
.
10.4
Opening Contacts During Call
During a call it is possible to search for a contact in the local, the
company and the central phonebooks.
To search a contact during a call, do the following:
1.
Press More.
2.
Select Contacts, and press Select.
3.
Select Call contact to search a contact in the local or company
phonebook. Or select Central Phonebook to search a contact in
the central phonebook.
4.
Press Select.
5.
Select or search a contact.
Note: If you wish to call the selected contact, you press Call. Then the
first call is put on hold. For more information, see Inquiry on page
54.
10.5
Inquiry
Inquiry means placing an ongoing call on hold, and then calling a new
party.
Note: This feature needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM.
Please contact the system administrator.
To make an inquiry to a third party during an ongoing call, do the
following:
1.
Press More during the call.
2.
Select New call and press Select.
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Note: If New call does not appear when you press More, it is
possible to press R and dial the third party to initiate the inquiry.
3.
Dial the third party's phone number and press
.
OR
Press the
press Call.
soft key, select a contact, press Select, and then
Note: It is only possible to select a contact from the local and
company phonebook, but not from the central phonebook, when
making an inquiry.
4.
10.5.1
When the third party answers, it is possible to switch between the
calls (refer back), transfer the call, create a conference, and end
one of the calls.
Ending Inquiry Call
When yo want to end the inquiry call, do the following:
1.
Press More during the call.
2.
Select End call and press Select.
The third party is disconnected, and you are connected to the first
party.
Note: If End call does not appear when you press More, press
R to return to the first party.
10.5.2
Refer Back
When you have made an inquiry to another party, and want to switch
between the calls, do the following:
1.
Press More, select Switch and press Select.
Note: If Switch does not appear when you press More, press 2
to refer back. Sweden, press R.
10.6
Transfer
If you wish to transfer an ongoing call to another extension, you can use
the transfer feature.
Note: This feature needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM.
Please contact the system administrator.
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To transfer an ongoing call to another extension, do the following:
1.
Press More, select New call and press Select.
2.
Dial the third party and press
.
You can dial the number, or use the phonebook or the call list to
make the call.
3.
Press More, select Transfer, and press Select.
The ongoing call is transferred.
Note: If Transfer does not appear when you press More, you
can also do the following to transfer a call: Press R, dial the third
party, and press
before or after the third party answers.
10.7
Blind Transfer
With the blind transfer feature, you can transfer a call directly to a third
party, without having to wait for a ring tone when you dial the third party
number. When the transfer is complete, you will be disconnected.
Note: This feature needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM.
Please contact the system administrator.
To transfer an ongoing call to a number that cannot be retrieved, do the
following:
1.
Press More, select Transf. to new and press Select.
Note: If Transf. to new does not appear when you press More,
you can also do the following to transfer a call: Press R, dial the
third party, and press
before the third party answers.
2.
10.8
Dial the third party, and press
.
Call Parking (On Hold)
An ongoing call can be put on hold temporarily. Calls put on hold can be
resumed to your own or on another phone.
To put a call on hold, do the following:
1.
Press R.
Wait for a dial tone.
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10.8.1
Resuming a Call
To resume the call, do the following:
1.
Press
within 30 seconds.
If not resumed within 30 seconds you will be called back. An unanswered
external call will be rerouted to the operator after another 30 seconds.
10.8.2
Resuming a Call on Another Extension
To resume the call on another extension:
1.
Call the extension where the call was put on hold and press
2.
Press 8.
.
Note: France and New Zealand, press 4; Sweden, press 6.
10.9
Answering a Call Waiting Call
If you hear the call waiting tone during an ongoing conversation, another
person is trying to contact you.
Note: If call waiting is not enabled for your extension, you will continue
to receive a busy tone.
Before you answer a call waiting call, you can either terminate the
ongoing call on put it hold. Both methods are described below.
10.9.1
Putting the Ongoing Call On Hold
To put the ongoing call on hold and answer the waiting call, do the
following:
1.
Press R.
The ongoing call is put on hold and your phone rings to announce
the waiting call.
Note: R is default for this function. If this soft key is reprogrammed to something other than R, this function is disabled.
2.
Press
to finish the call.
Wait for the system to recall the first party.
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10.9.2
Terminating the Ongoing Call
To terminate the ongoing call and answer the waiting call, do the
following:
1.
Press
to finish the ongoing call.
The waiting call is signalled on your phone
2.
10.10
Press
to answer the new call.
Conference
The conference function allows up to 7 conference participants. Only the
conference leader (that is, the person initiating the conference) can
admit participants.
During the conference, a special tone will be heard every 15 seconds as
a reminder of the ongoing conference. Each time a participant enters or
leaves the conference, a burst tone is heard.
When the conference leader leaves the conference, the conference will
continue with the other included parties. When only two participants are
left, the conversation is changed back to a normal two party connection.
Note: This feature needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM by
the system administrator.
When you have an ongoing conversation and want to establish a phone
conference, do the following:
1.
Press More, select New Call, and press Select.
This will put the first call on hold.
2.
Dial the number, and press
.
When the third party has answered, continue with the following to
establish a conference:
3.
Press More, select Conference and press Select.
Note: If Conference does not appear when you press More, you
can also do the following to establish a conference: Press R, dial
the number to include, and press 3.
4.
Repeat the procedure to add more conference members.
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10.11
Dialing During a Connected Call
When calling interactive teleservices, such as phone banks, you need to
use Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF) signals. If the phone exchange
is not already programmed to automatically convert entered digits into
DTMF signals, this function needs to be activated during the call.
To dial digits during a connected call, do the following:
1.
Press 9.
Note: In Finland, press 1.
2.
Dial the required digits.
The entered digits are transferred as DTMF signals.
OR
1.
Press More, select DTMF and press Select.
2.
Dial the required digits.
The entered digits are transferred as DTMF signals.
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Call Forwarding
This chapter describes different ways of forwarding incoming calls to
another internal or external destination whenever you are absent or
busy, or travelling, or when you simply would rather not be disturbed.
11.1
Diversion from Call Services Menu
All calls to your extension can be diverted to an internal or external
answering position of your choice, and calls to your extension can be
diverted to other phone numbers when your extension is busy or when
you are unable to answer.
Note: This feature needs to be programmed in the WinPDM or CPDM.
Please contact the system administrator.
See also Internal Follow-me on page 61 and External Follow-me on
page 62.
11.1.1
Ordering Diversion of Incoming Calls
To divert incoming calls to another phone number, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
and press Select.
2.
Step to Call services, and press Select.
3.
Select Divert calls and press Select.
4.
Select Internal, External, No reply or When busy, and press
Select.
5.
Select Activate and press Select.
6.
Dial the number (maximum 24 digits) to divert your calls to and
press OK. You can also press
to select a number from the
call list.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
7.
Press
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11.1.2
Canceling Diversion
To stop diversion, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
and press Select.
2.
Step to Call services, and press Select.
3.
Select Divert calls and press Select.
4.
Select Internal, External, No reply or When busy, and press
Select.
5.
Select Deactivate.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
6.
11.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Internal Follow-me
Internal Follow-me means that all calls to your extension are diverted to
an extension of your choice (within the private network).
When Follow-me is enabled, the display shows the icon > after your
number, and the number of the answering position. A special dial tone
will be heard. The phone can still be used for outgoing calls. See also
Diversion from Call Services Menu on page 60 and In Charger on page
90.
11.2.1
Ordering Internal Follow-me
To order internal follow-me, do the following:
1.
Press *21*.
Note: U.K., press *2*.
2.
Dial the answering position number and press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
11.2.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Cancelling Internal Follow-me
To cancel Internal follow-me, do the following:
1.
Press #21#.
Note: U.K. press #2#.
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2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
11.3
Press
to finish the procedure.
External Follow-me
External Follow-me means that calls to your extension can be diverted
to an external number of your choice.
When external Follow-me is enabled, the display shows the icon > after
your number. A special dial tone will be heard. The phone can still be
used for outgoing calls. See also Diversion from Call Services Menu on
page 60 and In Charger on page 90.
11.3.1
Ordering External Follow-me
To order external follow-me, do the following:
1.
Press *22#.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press *23#.
2.
Dial the digit or digits to get a line, and enter the external number.
3.
Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4.
11.3.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Cancelling External Follow-me
To cancel external follow-me, do the following:
1.
Press #22#.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #23#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
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11.4
Personal Number
With the personal number feature you can be reached at your office
number even if you are out of the office.
Depending on the functionality of your office exchange, you can have
either one individual single search profile (standard) or choose between
five individual search profiles (optional). A search profile can be
designed for specific situations, such as in the office, at home, or on a
trip. Both internal or external phone numbers can be used in a profile.
Your search profile is programmed or modified by the system administrator, see Creating and Using Search Profiles on page 65. When the
personal number feature is activated, incoming calls are transferred to
your selected phones or backup services in the order specified. If an
answering position in the profile is busy, the call can be transferred to
another predefined position in the profile. This can be either voice mail
or a colleague, for example.
The profile can be handled from your own office phone, see the following
sections for step-by-step descriptions. You can also have an operator
assist you, or use any of the available personal assistant applications.
For more information, contact the system administrator.
When you are out of the office, you can use the Direct Inward System
Access (DISA) feature, if it is available in your system. How to use DISA
is described in Activating or Changing Personal Number From an
External Phone on page 64 and Cancelling From External Phone on
page 65.
11.4.1
Activating or Changing Personal Number From Your
Office Phone
To activate the personal number feature, or change to another profile
from your office phone, do the following:
1.
Press *10*.
2.
Enter the search profile digit (1-5).
3.
Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
4.
Press
to finish the procedure.
Note: When another party, such as a colleague or operator, is included
in the activated profile, remember to inform them about your
absence. If voice mail is included in the activated profile, make
sure that your greeting is updated with the correct absence information.
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11.4.2
Cancelling Personal Number From Your Office Phone
To cancel the personal number feature from your phone, do the
following:
1.
Press #10#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
11.4.3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Activating or Changing Personal Number From an
External Phone
To be able to activate the personal number feature from an external
phone, the external phone must be of push button type and provided
with the keys # and *, or a mobile phone adapted for dial tone pulses
(DTMF).
To activate the personal number feature, or change to another profile
from an external phone, do the following:
1.
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Press *75*.
Note: Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
3.
Enter the authorization code and press *.
4.
Dial your own extension number and press #.
Wait for a dial tone.
5.
Press *10*.
6.
Dial your own extension number and press *.
7.
Enter the search profile number, (1-5).
8.
Press # and
.
Note: When another party, such as a colleague or operator, is included
in the activated profile, remember to inform them about your
absence. If voice mail is included in the activated profile, make
sure that your greeting is updated with the correct absence information.
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11.4.4
Cancelling From External Phone
To be able to cancel the personal number feature from an external
phone, the external phone must be of push button type, provided with
the keys # and *, or a mobile phone adapted for dial tone pulses (DTMF).
To cancel the personal number feature from an external phone, do the
following:
1.
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Press *75*.
Note: Germany, The Netherlands, and Sweden, press *72*.
11.4.5
3.
Enter the authorization code and press *.
4.
Dial your own extension number and press #.
5.
Press #10*.
6.
Dial your own extension number and press #.
7.
Press
.
Creating and Using Search Profiles
To set up your profiles, you copy the settings forms below (table 7 on
page 67, table 8 on page 67, table 9 on page 67, table 10 on page 68,
and table 11 on page 68), fill in your new or changed profiles and hand
it to the system administrator. The search profiles are installed or
changed by the system administrator.
Note: If a profile handling application is connected to the system,
profiles can be edited via the Intranet. See separate instructions
for the profile handling application.
When you create a search profile, keep the following in mind:
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•
Avoid ring times longer than 45 seconds for your profiles. Usually
the caller hangs up after 3–6 ring signals. If you need a longer ring
time, the maximum time is 60 sec.
•
Consider the time you need to react and answer on each answering
position in your profile. You might need up to 15 seconds to react
and answer a call on a desk or cordless phone and 20–25 seconds
for a mobile phone.
•
There must be an answering position at the end of every profile
(Voice Mail or operator/secretary). If not, calls might end up unanswered.
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•
Consider what should happen while you are busy on a phone.
Available options are Diversion to Voice Mail and Diversion to the
operator.
•
If an answering machine, a fax or other answering device is used
as an early answering position, it might interrupt the searching.
Disconnect the answering device, or design the ring times so they
do not affect the searching.
•
If your system admits only one single personal profile, design the
profile with your 2–3 most frequently used positions only. If you add
more numbers, there is a risk that the caller hangs up before the
call gets answered.
•
If your system admits 1–5 personal profiles, design the different
profiles to fit your most frequently used positions. Make sure you
use as few answering positions as possible for each profile. Profile
examples are In office, At home, Traveling, and Absent/not reachable.
How to fill in the settings forms for search profiles are described in table
5 on page 66 and table 6 on page 66.
Table 5 Profile 1 - In office
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
Desk
1234
10
2
Cordless
5234
15
3
Voice Mail
Table 6 Profile 2 - At home
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
1
External
222222
20
2
Mobile
0706666666
25
3
Voice Mail
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11.5
Settings Form For Search Profiles
Fill in your contact details
•
Name: _____________________________________
•
Department: _________________________________
•
Phone Number: ___________________________
•
Account: ___________________________________
Table 7 Profile 1 - ______________
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
1
2
3
Table 8 Profile 2- ______________
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
1
2
3
Table 9 Profile 3- ______________
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
1
2
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Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Phone number
Ring time
(seconds)
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
3
Table 10 Profile 4 - ______________
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
1
2
3
Table 11 Profile 5 - ______________
Search
order
Type of phone or
Answering position
Can be Desk, Cordless, Mobile,
External, Voice Mail, Operator,
and so on.
1
2
3
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Absence Information (Optional)
Absence information is used to inform callers why you are absent and
when you will return. If your own extension is the answering position for
another extension, you can enter absence information for that extension,
if you are authorized to do so.
When the absence information feature is enabled, a special dial tone will
be heard. The phone can still be used for outgoing calls.
Note: This feature needs to be configured in the WinPDM or CPDM by
the system administrator.
12.1
Ordering Absence Information For Your
Extension
To order absence information, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call services, and press Select.
3.
Select Absence and press Select.
The available absence reasons are displayed. The options may
vary depending on the configuration in the PDM. For more information, contact the system administrator.
4.
Select an absence reason, and press Select.
5.
Depending on the selected option, enter date (MMDD) or time
(HHMM), and press OK.
The phone calls the system and sends an absence code. The call
is disconnected automatically after a few seconds.
6.
When the call timer starts in the display, press
procedure.
to finish the
The display now shows the selected reason, and the time or date
of return.
OR
1.
Press *23*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press *24*
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2.
Enter the absence code (0-9) and, if requested, enter time or date
of return preceded by *.
3.
Press # followed by
and
.
Note: The absence codes are system dependent. Contact the system
administrator regarding the available absence codes.
12.2
Cancelling Absence Information For Your
Extension
To cancel absence information, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call services, and press Select.
3.
Select Absence and press Select.
4.
Select Deactivate and press Select.
The phone calls up the system. Wait for the call timer to start in the
display.
5.
Press
to finish the procedure.
The absence information is deleted.
OR
1.
Press #23#.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #24#
2.
12.3
Press
and
.
Ordering Absence Information For Another
Extension
It is only possible to order absence information for another extension if
you are authorized to do so, and if your own extension is the answering
position of the other extension.
To order absence information for another extension, do the following:
1.
Press *230*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press *.
3.
Enter the absence code (0-9).
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4.
Press * and enter the date or time for when the other person will
return.
5.
Press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
6.
Press
to finish the procedure.
The display on the other person's extension shows the reason, and
if entered, time or date of return.
12.4
Cancelling Absence Information For Another
Extension
To cancel absence information for another extension, do the following:
1.
Press #230*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
Note: If the special dial tone is received, the authorization code for the
other extension is required. Enter the code and press #.
3.
71
Press
to finish the procedure.
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13
Messages
There are two types of messages available in the DT390 phone:
•
Manual Message Waiting (MMW), see Manual Message Waiting
(MMW) on page 72.
•
Voice Mail, see Voice Mail (Optional) on page 73.
Note: If you receive a message during an ongoing call, you are notified
by a beep. The new message icon that appears will remain in the
display until all new messages are opened.
13.1
Manual Message Waiting (MMW)
The Manual Message Waiting (MMW) feature enables you to send and
receive message waiting signals when the line is busy
13.1.1
•
MMW allows you to send a message waiting signal to an extension
that does not answer when you call (if this feature is allowed, this is
set by the system administrator).
•
MMW allows you to receive a message waiting signal from
someone who has tried to contact you.
Answering a Manual Message Waiting
If there is a message waiting for you, you will hear a special dial tone,
and the following message is displayed: New voice mail message(s).
View now?
To answer a message waiting, do the following:
1.
Press Yes to open the mailbox (or No to check the message later).
The icon
is displayed along with the following message: You
have a new voice mail message. Call to listen to
the message.
2.
Press Call.
A call is initiated to the extension that requested the MMW.
13.1.2
Ordering an MMW Indication
To order a MMW indication to another extension, do the following:
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1.
Press *31*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
to finish the procedure.
The message is sent to the called extension.
13.1.3
Cancelling an MMW Indication
To cancel a MMW indication that you have sent to another extension, do
the following:
1.
Press #31*.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #56*.
2.
Dial the extension number and press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
13.2
Press
to finish the procedure.
Voice Mail (Optional)
The voice mail application allows you to send and receive recorded
voice messages. You can choose to have all incoming calls diverted to
your mailbox directly, or at to answer, when busy tone, or both.
Note: If you are using the personal number feature, you are recommended to program voice mail as the last answering position for
all search profiles.
When an incoming call is diverted to the voce mail, a recorded message
will be played.
A caller who has been diverted to your mailbox may leave a voice
message of their own which you later can retrieve from your mailbox.
When you enter your mailbox, you will hear recorded instructions on how
you do to listen to, record, store and delete messages, and how to
change your security code.
Note: How to handle your mailbox depends on the type of voice mail
application used. For more information, contact the system
administrator, and see separate instructions for the voice mail
application used.
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13.2.1
Activating Voice Mail
For instructions on how to activate voice mail, see Diversion from Call
Services Menu on page 60. Use the number to the voice mail system as
the diversion number.
13.2.2
Listening To Voice Mail
When you receive a new voice mail, the voice mail icon
appears in
the header bar, where it remains until you have deleted the message. A
notification is also displayed in a dialog window.
Note: This function is configured in the WinPDM or CPDM. Please
contact the system administrator.
13.2.2.1
Listening To New Voice Mail Directly
When a new message is received, the following message appears: New
voice mail message(s). View now?
To listen to a voice mail message directly, do the following:
1.
Press Yes to open the mail inbox (or press No to open the message
later).
The icon
and the following message is displayed:
You have a new voice mail message. Call to listen
to the message.
2.
Press Call.
The message is played.
13.2.2.2
Listen to New Voice Mail Later
Instead of listening to a voice mail message when it is received, you can
listen to it later.
To listen to voice mail later, do the following:
1.
Press and hold 1, when in idle mode.
If the following message is displayed, the voice mail number needs
to be configured to the voice mail button: Voice mail number
not defined. Contact the system administrator.
2.
Listen to the voice mail and follow the recorded instructions.
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14
Group Features
This chapter describes the different group features available for this
cordless phone.
14.1
Group Call Pickup
People working in a team can have their phones programmed by their
system administrator to form call pickup groups. In a call-pick-up group,
any member can answer any individual call to group members.
To enable this function, do the following
1.
Press *8#.
Note: Finland and Sweden, press *0#;
U.S. and Canada, press *59#.
2.
Press
to answer.
One call-pick-up group can serve as an alternative to another group.
Calls to the alternative group can only be answered when there are no
calls to your own group.
14.2
Common Bell Group
Calls are signalled on a common bell. To answer, do the following:
1.
Press *8#.
Note: Finland and Sweden, press *0#;
U.S. and Canada, press *59#.
2.
14.3
Press
to answer.
Group Hunting
An internal group hunting number is a common directory number for a
group of extensions. Calls to the group will be indicated at a free extension in the group. When you leave the group temporarily, you make your
phone unavailable for incoming calls.
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14.3.1
Answering a Group Call
A group call is answered in the normal way.
14.3.2
Leaving the Group Temporarily
To leave a group temporarily, do the following:
1.
Press *21*.
Note: U.K., press *2*.
2.
Dial your own extension number and press # and
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
14.3.3
Press
to finish the procedure.
Reentering the Group
To reenter the group, do the following:
1.
Press #21#.
Note: U.K., press #2#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
Press
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Other Useful Features
This chapter describes more useful features available for the cordless
phone and the exchange.
15.1
Account Code
The account code function is used to charge a call to an account number
or to prevent unauthorized calls from your phone. The account code can
have 1 to 15 digits.
To enable this function, do the following:
1.
Press *61*.
Note: Finland and Norway, press *71*.
2.
Dial the account code and press # and
.
Wait for a dial tone.
3.
15.1.1
Dial the digit or digits to get an external line and the external
number.
Ongoing External Call
When the account code function is used to charge a call, it is also
possible to connect an ongoing external call to an account code.
During the call, do the following:
1.
Press R to put the ongoing call on hold.
Wait for a dial tone.
Note: The soft key R is default. If this soft key is reprogrammed
to something else, this function will not be available.
2.
Press *61*.
Note: Finland and Norway, press *71*.
3.
Enter the account code and press #.
Wait for a dial tone.
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4.
Press R.
5.
Press
to resume the call that was put on hold.
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15.2
Call Statistics
Your phone can tell you the duration of your last call and display the total
time of all calls.
To see the time spent on your last call and on all outgoing calls, do the
following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Call time and press Select.
The display shows duration information in hours and minutes for
the Total time as well as for the Last call.
15.3
General Deactivation
The general deactivation feature allows you to cancel the following
features simultaneously:
15.3.1
•
Callback (all callbacks are cancelled).
•
Internal and External Follow-me
•
Manual Message Waiting/Message Diversion
Ordering General Deactivation
To order general deactivation, do the following:
1.
Press #001#.
Note: U.S. and Canada, press #0#.
2.
Press
.
Wait for the call timer to start in the display.
3.
15.4
Press
to finish the procedure.
Night Service
When the exchange is in night service mode, all incoming calls to the
operator are transferred to a specified extension or group of extensions.
Night service mode is used outside business hours.
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Common Night Service
All incoming calls to the operator are transferred to one specific
extension. Answer the call in the normal way.
Individual Night Service
Selected external calls to the operator are transferred to one
specific extension. Answer the call in the normal way.
Universal Night Service
All incoming calls to the operator are transferred to a universal
signaling device, for example the common bell. Answer the call as
described in Common Bell Group on page 75.
15.5
Emergency Mode
In the event of an emergency, the operator can set the exchange into
emergency mode, during which only pre-programmed extensions are
permitted to make calls. If your extension is not assigned with this category and you try to make a call, you will not receive a dial tone.
15.6
Malicious Call Tracing
If you are being disturbed by bothersome or malicious external incoming
calls, it is possible to request number tracing from the network provider.
Tracing can be invoked during or after an ongoing conversation. The
external line can be held for a limited period of time.
15.6.1
Ordering Call Tracing
To order call tracing during an ongoing conversation, do the following:
1.
Press R.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Press *39#.
The system acknowledges with different tones whether the tracing
request was accepted or rejected.
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15.7
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
If you are assigned to use the DISA function, you can work from outside
the office network and still have all your outgoing business calls charged
to your office extension number or an account number.
You will only be charged for the call you have to make to the office in
order to get access to an external line through the office network.
Note: The external phone must be of push button type provided with the
keys # and *, or a mobile phone adapted for dial tone pulses
(DTMF).
You have to initiate DISA for every individual business call you make.
This means that you have to terminate a DISA call before you can make
a new DISA call. The procedure varies depending on which authorization and account codes you use, see below.
15.7.1
Calling With an Common Authorization Code
To make a DISA call using a common authorization code, do the
following:
1.
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Press *72*.
3.
Dial the authorization code and press #.
Wait for a dial tone.
4.
15.7.2
Dial the external number.
Calling With an Individual Authorization Code
To make a DISA call using an individual authorization code, do the
following:
1.
Call the DISA function at your office.
Wait for a dial tone.
2.
Press *75*.
3.
Dial the authorization code and press *.
4.
Dial your own extension number and press #.
Wait for a dial tone.
5.
Dial the external number.
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Settings
From the Settings tab,
, in the main menu, it is possible to specify
the settings for sound and alert, display, time and date, system, and
headset.
16.1
Sound and Alerts
Sound and alert settings include ringer volume, ring signals and so on.
16.1.1
Adjusting Ringer Volume
To adjust ringer volume, do the following:
16.1.2
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
3.
Select Volume, and press Select.
4.
Step with
5.
Press OK to save the settings.
to increase the volume and
to decrease it.
Different Ring Signals for Different Call Types
You can have different ring signals for internal and external calls and
callback calls.
To set different ring signals for different call types, do the following:
16.1.3
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
3.
Select Ring Signals, and press Select.
4.
Select Internal call, External call or Callback, and press Select.
5.
Select a ring signal, press Select, and press Back to save the
setting.
Switching Vibrator On and Off
To switch the vibrator on and off, do the following:
1.
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Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
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16.1.4
2.
Select Sound & Alerts, and press Select.
3.
Select Vibrating alert, and press Select.
4.
Choose between On, On when silent (the vibrator is on when the
phone is muted), or Off, and press Select.
5.
Press Back to save the setting.
Setting the Key Sound
Setting the key sound means that each time a key is used, the phone
gives a small sound. To enable this function, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Sounds & Alerts, and press Select.
3.
Select Key sound, and press Select.
4.
Choose between Click, Tone or Silent.
It is possible to listen to the key sound by pressing Play.
16.2
5.
Press Select.
6.
Press Back to save the setting.
Display
Display settings include contrast settings.
16.2.1
Contrast
To adjust the contrast, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
2.
Select Display, and press Select.
3.
Select Contrast, and press Select.
4.
Press
5.
Press OK to save the setting.
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, and press Select.
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16.3
Time and Date
You can set time and date by following the instructions in the following
two sections.
16.3.1
Setting Time Format
To set the time, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Time & Date, and press Select.
3.
Select Time format, and press Select.
The actual time is displayed. The formats to select from are the
following:
4.
16.3.2
•
12:00 (AM/PM)
•
24:00
Press Back to save the settings.
Setting Date Format
To set the date, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Time & Date, and press Select.
3.
Select Date format, and press Select.
The formats to select from are the following:
4.
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•
DD/MM/YYYY (that is, 17/09/2009, also called Europe)
•
MM/DD/YYYY (that is, 09/17/2009, also called US)
•
YYYY-MM-DD (that is, 2009-09-17, ISO 8601)
•
MMM DD YYYY (that is, Sept 17 2009)
•
DD MMM YY (that is, 17 Sept 09)
•
DD.MM.YYYY (that is, 17.09.2009)
•
DD-MM-YYYY (that is, 17-09-2009)
Press Back to save the setting.
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16.4
Phone Locks
There are two different phone locks:
•
Key lock, which prevents keys to be pressed by mistake.
•
Phone lock, which protects the phone from unauthorized use.
When the phone lock function is activated, you are prompted for a
PIN code when you turn on the phone.
16.4.1
Activating Automatic Key Lock
The keypad can be set to lock 20 seconds after it was last used. When
in idle mode a locked keypad is indicated by .
To activate the automatic key lock, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Locks and press Select.
3.
Select Automatic key lock and press Select.
4.
Select On, and press Select.
5.
Press Back to save the setting.
Note: It is possible to answer or reject incoming calls while the keypad
is locked. If configured in the WinPDM or CPDM, it is also
possible to make an emergency call while the keypad is locked.
16.4.2
Activating Manual Key Lock
You are recommended always to have the automatic lock on, but it is
possible to manually lock and unlock the keypad as well.
To lock the keypad manually, do the following:
1.
Press
2.
Press Lock.
The icon
.
indicates that the keypad is locked.
Note: It is possible to answer or reject incoming calls while the keypad
is locked. If configured in the WinPDM or CPDM, it is also
possible to make an emergency call while the keypad is locked.
16.4.2.1
Unlocking the Key Lock Manually
To unlock the keypad, do the following:
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16.4.3
1.
Press
2.
Press Yes.
.
Activating Phone Lock
Activating Phone lock will protect the phone from unauthorized use.
When this function is activated, the PIN code has to be entered at power
on. When activating Phone lock the PIN code that must be entered. The
PIN code is by default (0000) but it can be changed to any 4-8 digit code,
see Changing PIN Code on page 86.
To activate the phone lock, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Locks and press Select.
3.
Select Phone lock and press Select.
4.
Select Auto phone lock and press Select.
5.
Select On, or On in charger, and press Select.
6.
Enter the PIN code, and press OK.
7.
Press Back to save the settings.
When the phone is locked,
is shown in the display.
Note: If configured in the WinPDM or CPDM, it is possible to make an
emergency call while the phone or keypad is locked. During an
ongoing emergency call, the soft keys More and R are disabled.
If PIN code is lost it is possible to configure a new, or to do a
factory reset in WinPDM or CPDM, contact the system administrator.
16.4.4
Deactivating Phone Lock
To deactivate the Phone lock function, do the following:
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1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Locks and press Select.
3.
Select Phone lock and press Select.
4.
Select Auto phone lock and press Select.
5.
Select Off, and press Select.
6.
Enter the PIN code, press OK.
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7.
16.4.5
Press Back to save the setting.
Changing PIN Code
To change PIN code, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Locks and press Select.
3.
Select Phone lock and press Select.
4.
Select Change PIN code and press Select.
5.
Enter the old PIN code (default is 0000) and press OK.
6.
Enter the new PIN code.
7.
Enter the new PIN code again to confirm and press Save.
The following message is displayed: New PIN code saved.
16.5
Changing the Owner ID
The Owner ID is set to identify the phone. To change the owner ID, do
the following:
16.6
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Owner ID, and press Select.
3.
Enter a name and press Save to save the setting.
Changing Answering Methods
The phone can be set to answer a call automatically when a headset is
used, or to answer a call by a press on any key.
You can also change the answering behavior to:
16.6.1
•
use Loudspeaking directly when
is pressed.
•
automatically connect incoming call in Loudspeaking mode,
without pressing any key.
Normal Answering
The answering behavior is set to Hook-off by default. You can set it to
any key by doing the following:
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16.6.2
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Answering, and press Select.
3.
Select Answering key, and press Select.
4.
Select Any key and press Select.
5.
Press Back to save the setting.
Automatic Answer (Headset Mode)
Note: The automatic answer mode is only relevant when a headset is
connected.
To set the phone to answer automatically, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Answering, and press Select.
3.
Select Answer behaviour, and press Select.
4.
Select Automatically and press Change to activate the automatic
mode.
5.
Press Back to save the setting.
All incoming calls will be connected automatically when this
behavior is selected.
To remove the setting, press Change.
16.6.3
Loudspeaking (Handsfree Mode)
To set the phone to automatically answer with loudspeaker when you
press
, do the following:
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1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Answering, and press Select.
3.
Select Answer behaviour, and press Select.
4.
Select Loudspeaking and press Change to activate.
5.
Press Back to save the setting.
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16.7
Changing Menu Language
Display messages are available in 11 languages: Danish, Dutch,
English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese,
Spanish, and Swedish.
Note: It is possible to download one additional language to the phone.
Languages available for download are: Czech, Greek,
Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovak or Turkish. Contact the
system administrator for more information.
To switch menu language, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select * Language, and press Select.
3.
Select one of the languages from the list, and press Select.
Note: The * in * Language is there for you to easily find where to switch
languages if the current language used is not one that you know.
16.8
System
The cordless phone supports GAP/CAP standard. This makes it
possible to log on to any GAP compatible system with your phone. Only
available systems are displayed.
16.8.1
Selecting a System
To select a system, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select System, and press Select.
3.
Select Change system and press Select.
4.
Select Automatically (or a specific system from the list), and press
Select.
If the phone is set to Automatically, a system will be selected
according to the priority list.
16.8.1.1
Setting System Priority
The default order of priority is the order of entered subscriptions. This
means that the first subscribed system has the highest priority. This list
can be edited by the user. It is possible to set the systems in priority by
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moving them up or down in the list. It is also possible to get priority information by selecting Info.
16.8.2
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select System, and press Select.
3.
Select Priority, and press Select.
4.
Change the priority if needed by selecting Up or Down.
5.
Press Back to save.
Subscribing To a New System
The cordless phone can subscribe to up to 8 different cordless systems.
To subscribe a new system, you will need the Portable Access Right Key
(PARK) and Authentication code (AC) related to the system you are
going to logon to. To retrieve this information, contact the system administrator.
To subscribe to a new system, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Systems, and press Select.
3.
Select Subscribe, and press Select.
4.
Enter the system name and press Next.
5.
Enter the PARK code.
6.
Enter the AC code (minimum 4 digits) and press Next.
The following message is displayed: Protection on?
7.
Select Yes, if the new system is to be protected, or No if the new
system is not to be protected.
Note: It is not possible to delete a protected subscription.
8.
Press OK.
A searching mode starts.
16.8.3
Unsubscribing From a System
To unsubscribe from a system, do the following:
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1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Navigate to System, and press Select.
3.
Select Unsubscribe, and press Select.
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Note: It is not possible to unsubscribe a protected system via the
System menu. For more information, contact the system administrator.
4.
Select system to unsubscribe, and press Select.
A control question whether to unsubscribe or not is asked, press
Yes to confirm.
Note: It is not possible to delete a protected subscription from the
System menu. Contact the system administrator if you need to
delete a protected subscription.
16.8.4
Renaming a System
It is possible to change the name of the system in the phone.
To rename a system, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select System, and press Select.
3.
Select Rename System, and press Select.
4.
Select a system from the list, and press Edit.
5.
Enter the new name.
If no name is entered, the phone will use the default name, “System
A” or “System B”, or other, depending on which system is free.
16.9
6.
Press Save to save the changes.
7.
Press Back to exit the menu.
In Charger
When your cordless phone is placed in a charger, incoming calls can be
redirected to another extension. The phone can also be muted, or
switched off while in the charger.
16.9.1
Redirecting Calls While Charging
To divert calls or messages when the phone is placed in the charger, do
the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
2.
Select In charger, and press Select.
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3.
Select Redirect, and press Select.
4.
Press Back to save the setting.
Note: The redirection is cancelled automatically when the phone is
removed from the charger.
16.9.2
Switching Off the Phone While Charging
To detach the phone while charging, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select In charger, and press Select.
3.
Select Switch off, and press Select.
4.
Press Back to save the setting
Note: When the phone is removed from the charger it will switch back
on again.
16.9.3
Muting the Phone While Charging
To mute the phone while charging, do the following:
16.9.4
1.
Press Menu, select
, press Select.
2.
Select In charger, and press Select.
3.
Select Sound off, and press Select.
4.
Press Back to save the setting.
Deactivating the Charging Mode
To deactivate the charging mode, do the following:
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1.
Press Menu, select
, press Select.
2.
Select In charger, and press Select.
3.
Select No action, and press Select.
4.
Press Back to save the setting.
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16.10
Headset Profiles
In order to achieve optimal audio quality with the different headset types,
it is recommended that you select the corresponding profile. The default
setting is microphone on a boom, meaning that the audio is optimized for
using a headset with microphone on a boom.
To change the headset profile, do the following:
1.
Press Menu, select
, and press Select.
2.
Select Headset and press Select
3.
Select Mic on boom or Mic on cable, and press Select.
4.
Press Back to save the setting.
If the pre-configured headset profiles do not match the headset in use,
or if the audio quality is low, it is possible to configure a new headset
profile. This is done in WinPDM or CPDM by the system administrator.
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Installation
This chapter describes the battery and chargers and other equipment for
the cordless phone.
17.1
Battery
Note: As an energy saving measure, disconnect the charger from the
main socket after charging.
17.1.1
Charging the Battery
The battery needs charging when the low battery level symbol,
appears in the phone display.
,
To charge the battery, place the phone in the desk charger, the desk
PDM charger, or the rack PDM charger. For more information, see Chargers on page 96.
•
A steady orange light indicates that the battery is being charged.
•
A steady green light indicates a fully charged battery. (A flashing
green indicator means incoming call or message.) In the phone
display, an icon appears, showing a filled battery.
•
A steady red light indicates a low battery level. In the phone display,
an icon appears, showing an almost empty battery.
•
An animated battery icon is shown in the display, indicating
charging by starting with its current charge level and ending with
the full charge.
Note: Only use the prescribed chargers for charging.
17.1.2
Replacing the Battery
If the standby time for the cordless phone becomes too low, replace the
battery with a new one. Contact the system administrator or your certified Aastra Sales partner for information on new batteries.
The battery is easy to replace. It is attached inside the battery lid and is
connected to the cordless phone in such a way as to avoid misinsertion.
Attach the battery as described in figure 10 on page 94.
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To replace the battery, do the following:
1.
Open the battery lid and remove the battery.
2.
Disconnect the battery cable, and replace with a new battery.
3.
Make sure the battery cable cannot be trapped while closing the
battery lid.
4.
Close the lid.
Figure 10:Battery replacement
17.2
Accessories
17.2.1
Headset
If you frequently use the phone or want to have both hands free, it is
recommended that you use a headset.
The headset for the DT390 cordless phone comes in two versions:
•
With the microphone integrated in the cable
•
With the microphone on a boom
Connect the headset to the headset connector marked
side of the phone.
17.2.2
on the right
Belt Clip
The clip on the back of the phone lets you attach the phone to a belt or
similar.
To attach or remove the clip, spread the clip slightly. The ends of the clip
fit into the holes on the side of your phone.
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17.2.2.1
Attaching a Standard Clip (Hinge Type)
Attach the standard clip as described in figure 11 on page 95.
Figure 11:Click the clip into position
17.2.2.2
Attaching a Security Clip (Swivel Type)
Attach the security (swivel) clip as described in figure 12 on page 95.
Figure 12:Click the clip into position
17.2.3
Leather Casing
The leather casing is especially designed for the telephone. The casing
comes with a swivel type belt clip and the telephone is fully operational
while placed in the casing.
17.2.4
Security String
The 800 mm long security string is attached directly to the phone.
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17.3
Chargers
There are different types of chargers available for the cordless phone.
They are described in the following sections.
Note: Limit the distance between the mains socket and the cordless
phone when charging for easy accessibility.
17.3.1
Desk Charger
The desk charger is used only for charging. The charger is delivered with
a plug-in power supply and is connected to a standard wall socket.
Figure 13:Desk Charger
Note: Only use the chargers within the temperature range of 5 - 40º C.
17.3.2
Desk PDM Charger
The desk PDM charger is used for charging the phone, as well as for
software download, and synchronization of parameters. The desk PDM
charger is delivered with a plug-in power supply and is connected to a
standard wall socket.
Figure 14:Desk PDM Charger
Note: Only use the charger within the temperature range of 5 - 40º C.
Using the desk PDM charger for software download and synchronization
of parameters is most often done by system administrators, and requires
that the charger is connected either to the LAN and CPDM or to a PC
with the WinPDM software application installed. For a short description
of CPDM and WinPDM, see WinPDM and CPDM on page 98.
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The desk PDM charger is connected to a PC through the USB or one of
the network connectors, see figure 15 on page 97. When you connect
the charger with a PC through one of the network connectors, the
charger acts as a switch, making it possible to connect the other
connector to the LAN.
Figure 15:Network and USB Connectors
Note: Network and USB connectors are used to connect the desk PDM
chargers to a PC running the WinPDM or to the LAN (not for
charging).
17.3.3
Rack PDM Charger
The rack PDM charger is used for charging several phones, as well as
for software download, and synchronization of parameters. The built in
power supply can charge up to six cordless phones at once.
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17.4
WinPDM and CPDM
Software and parameters in the cordless phone can be upgraded by
using the WinPDM or the CPDM. This is most often only done by system
administrators. The following are examples of additional features that
can be downloaded or configured through PDM:
•
Call services
•
Company phonebook
•
Downloadable language
WinPDM is used together with the Desk PDM charger. The Desk PDM
charger is connected to the PC with WinPDM software through the
network or USB connectors at the back of the charger, see figure 16 on
page 98.
Figure 16:Desk PDM Charger connected to a PC through a USB
Connector
For more information on WinPDM and CPDM or upgrading of your cordless phone, contact the system administrator.
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18
Troubleshooting
This chapter contains information on how to solve common operational
problems, see table 12 on page 99, and warnings, see table 13 on page
99, you may receive. Go through the following lists if you encounter any
problems. If the checklists do not solve the problem, contact the system
administrator. If others have similar problems, there may be a system
error.
Table 12 Operational problems
Fault
Probable cause
Action or comment
No display
The battery level is
low or the phone is
defective.
Charge the battery.
No ringing
The mute icon
is
shown in the display,
or ringer volume set
to silent, or the phone
is defective.
Make a long press on
Signal strength icon
off
Out of system
coverage area or the
phone is defective.
Enter coverage area.
Call is switched off
after 2 seconds
The phone is
defective.
Contact the system
administrator.
, or increase
volume.
Table 13 Error or warning messages
Display shows
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Probable cause
Action or comment
Enter PIN
The phone’s lock is
activated.
Enter the required
PIN code. If you have
lost the PIN code,
configure a new or do
a factory reset in
WinPDM.
No access
The network is in
range, but no access
rights.
Switch off the phone
and then switch it on
again.
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Display shows
Probable cause
No system
The phone beeps
once a minute
(during max 30
minutes) with a low
tone followed by a
high tone (if enabled,
the vibrator also
follows the beeps).
The phone is out of
coverage or phone is
defective.
Stop the beep by
SERVICE NEEDED
The phone is
defective.
Select the reset
option on the middle
soft key and upgrade
the phone’s software.
If no reset option is
available, or if the
error is not resolved,
the phone needs
repair.
Send the phone to
service.
Easy replacement
procedure not
followed correctly or
failure during easy
replacement
procedure.
Send the phone to
service.
Battery low,
charge now
The battery level is
low.
Charge or replace
the battery.
Enter IPEI
The phone is
blocked, that is, if you
have entered the
wrong PIN code
more than three
times.
Enter the IPEI code
Parameters
corrupt
Note:
This display
message appears in
English only.
SERVICE NEEDED
Invalid IPDI
Note:
This display
message appears in
English only.
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Action or comment
pressing
.
Then go into range,
or contact the system
administrator. (When
you enter the
coverage area again,
it takes a few minutes
before the phone
registers into the
system again.)
and press
.
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Display shows
Probable cause
Action or comment
Phonebook is not
available at the
moment
The phonebook does
not respond, not
available at the
moment.
Try again later. If the
error is not resolved,
contact the system
administrator
Voice mail
number not
defined
There is no voice
mail number defined
in the phone.
Define a voice mail
number via WinPDM
or CPDM. Contact
the system
administrator.
Could not
encrypt
connection
The “Encryption
Required” parameter
is enabled in the
phone in combination
with either or both of
the following options:
Perform one or more
of the following steps:
• one or more encrypted
base stations
• one or more unsupported base stations
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• Disable the parameter
• Enable the encryption in
the base stations
• Use the supported base
stations.
Make sure to use
base stations of
version 3.1.x or
higher
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19
Glossary
AC
Abbreviated number
Conference
CPDM
DECT/GAP
Desk charger
Desk PDM charger
Directory number
DTMF tone
Exchange
Extension number
GAP
Idle mode
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Short number. Initiating a call to a
pre-programmed number by dialing a
code or pressing a key.
If you have an ongoing conversation
you can include other persons and
establish a phone conference.
Centralized Portable Device Manager:
A system version with more features
than the WinPDM. It runs on a ELISE2
hardware and is manageable from a
PC with network communication.
Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunication/ Generic Access
Profile. This means that no one can
eavesdrop on your calls and that the
quality of speech is as good as that of
conventional fixed phones. DECT/GAP
enables interoperability with other
manufacturers’ products.
A charger for the cordless phone.
A charger that also can be connected
to WinPDM or CPDM for configuration
and upgrading of the cordless phone.
Number with 1-8 digits which is
assigned to an extension or external
line or as a common abbreviated
number.
Dual Tone Multi Frequency or touch
tone, for dialing.
Switch. Your phone switching system.
All phones connected to the PBX have
a unique internal number (up to 8
digits). You can see your number on
the display.
Generic Access Profile, a standard for
cordless phone systems.
The state your phone is in when
nothing is activated; not calling, not
ringing, not diverted and so on.
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IP call
IPEI
IPDI
ISDN
Least Cost Routing
PARK
PBX
PIN
Rack PDM charger
Speed Dialing number
SW
Tandem configuration
Third party
WinPDM
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Internal call sent through an internal
data network (LAN or WAN).
International Portable part Equipment
Identity, unique identity assigned to
your phone by the manufacturer.
The unique global GAP identity
number for the DECT registration. IPDI
is exchanged between phones during
the easy replacement procedure.
Integrated Services Digital Network.
Provides your system with
supplementary services from the public
net.
A function that automatically selects
the cheapest way to connect your
external call (not necessarily the
shortest distance).
Portable Access Right Key, unique
identity assigned to your network.
Private Branch Exchange. Your phone
switching system (for example,
MX-ONE).
Personal Identification Number for
security.
A rack charger that also can be
connected to WinPDM or CPDM for
configuration and upgrading of the
cordless phones.
Abbreviated number or short number,
used for making frequently used
numbers faster to dial.
Here you can see which version of the
phone software you have.
The tandem configuration is a unit
consisting of two phones using the
same directory number.
A third connection (person), which can
be included in an ongoing two person
conversation. The connection can be
internal or external.
A software application for managing
the cordless phone. Used to download
software, set up parameters, templates
and so on.
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20
Telephony Function Codes
This chapter describes the country specific function codes used in
MX-ONE that are relevant for the cordless phone. The codes are listed
in Standard and alternative codes on page 104.
The following application systems are concerned: Australia, Austria,
Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Export, Finland, France,
Germany, Hong Kong A-law, Hong Kong My-law, Indonesia, Ireland,
Italy, Malaysia, Mexico, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Korea,
Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Standard, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and U.S.A.
Suffix codes are entered as written. They can only be used for SIP
phones. For H.323 phones dedicated keys are used.
Service codes are entered as * [code] # for activation, and # [code] # for
deactivation.
Table 14 Standard and alternative codes
Functions
Codes
Suffix digits (only for SIP)
Standard
Alternative
Alternation on Inquiry
N/A
Sweden: R
Conference
3
Intrusion
4
France: 8
New Zealand: 8
Sweden: 8
Call Waiting Indication
5
France: 6
New Zealand: 6
Sweden: 4
Call Back
6
France: 5
New Zealand: 5
Sweden: 5
Common Parking or Individual
Call Pick-up
8
France: 4
New Zealand: 4
Sweden: 6
001
U.S. and Canada: 0
Feature Codes
General Deactivation
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Choice of Language
08
Ordering or Cancellation of
Active List (Personal Number)
10
Follow Me
21
United Kingdom: 2
External Follow Me
22
U.S. and Canada: 23
Ordering or Cancellation of
Interception Message
23
U.S. and Canada: 24
Print Interception Message
26
Sweden: N/A
Manual Message Waiting
31
Cancellation of Message
Waiting
31
U.S. and Canada: 56
Automatic Call Back,
Cancellation
37
U.S. and Canada: 6
Malicious Call Tracing
39
Calling Line Identification
Restriction Per Call
42
By-pass of Diversion
60
U.S. and Canada: 1
Account Code Predialing
61
Finland: 71
Norway: 71
Authorization Code Predialing
72
Germany: 75
The Netherlands: 75
U.S. and Canada: 6
Sweden: 75
Lock/Unlock Common
Authorization Code
73
U.S. and Canada: 71
Change Individual
Authorization Code
74
Dial With Individual
Authorization Code
75
Lock/Unlock Individual
Authorization Code
76
Germany: 72
The Netherlands: 72
Sweden: 72
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Customer Identity Storage
77
Answer on Group Call
Pick-up, and Answer on Night
Time Connection (* and # in
the service code can be
excluded)
8
Finland: 0
U.S. and Canada: 59
Sweden: 0
Ordering of Night Time
Connection
84
U.S. and Canada: 8
Repetition of the Last External
Number Dialed
***
Finland: **0
Sweden: **0
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