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Issue 1
1989
AT&T System 25
Single-Line Telephone
User Guide
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Single-Line Telephone User Guide
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Contents
Introduction
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Single-Line Features
Account Code Entry
Call Accountability
Call Waiting
Callback
Conference Calls
Direct Group Calling (DGC)
Following
Forwarding
Hold
Leave Word Calling
Message Waiting
Night Service
Paging
Park
Pickup
Placing Calls
Programming Speed Dialing Codes
Speed Dialing
Transfer
Glossary
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Introduction
This guide describes the features available to you from AT&T
System 25 through a single-line telephone and provides
instructions for using the features. For your convenience, the
features are arranged in alphabetical order.
Your telephone is ready to use as soon as it is connected to the
System 25. Therefore, as you learn to use the features, you can
make and receive calls with your telephone just as you would
with an ordinary phone.
System 25 supports both touch-tone and rotary sets. However,
if you have a rotary set, you will not be able to use the features
that require you to enter a “*” or “ #” character.
Features
Your AT&T System 25 has two types of features: fixed and
assignable. A fixed feature is one that is provided on every
single-line telephone. (In this guide, fixed features are indicated
at the beginning of a feature description by a box with a check.)
An assignable feature is not provided automatically. It must be
“assigned” by your System Administrator. (In this guide,
assigned features are indicated at the beginning of a feature
description by an empty box.)
✔ fixed feature
assignable feature
Check with your System Administrator as to which features have
been assigned to you. (As a reminder, you can place a check in
the box of each assignable feature as you receive it.)
1
The Switchhook
The switchhook is the button held down by the handset when it
rests in the cradle on your telephone. Some System 25 features
require that you use the switchhook to signal the system.
When you are instructed to press the switchhook, press the
button down as far as it will go for approximately 1/2 second and
then release it. If the switchhook is released too soon, the signal
will not work. If you hold the switchhook down for too long
your call will be disconnected.
If you want to hang up and place another call right away, be
sure to hold down the switchhook for more than two seconds.
NOTE: If you have a
or FLASH button on your
telephone, you can press it instead of the switchhook.
The
call.
RECALL
or
FLASH
RECALL
buttons cannot be used to disconnect a
Ringing Tones
System 25 signals you with three distinctive rings. The rings
and their descriptions are listed below.
INSIDE CALL IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII (one long ring)
Your call is from a person inside your company.
OUTSIDE CALL IIIII IIIII (two short rings)
Your call is from the attendant or someone outside your
company.
PRIORITY RING IIIII IIIII IIIIIIIIII (two short rings and one long ring)
You are being alerted that your request for Callback can now be
completed; or a call is being set up remotely for your phone via
a data feature known as Third-Party Call Setup.
2
Handset Tones
System 25 signals you with tones that are heard through the
handset. The tones and their descriptions are listed below.
DIAL TONE lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIll (a continuous steady tone)
You can dial.
CONFIRMATION TONE II II II (three short tones)
Your action has been accepted.
RINGBACK TONE IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII (repeating on/off tone)
The number you dialed is ringing.
SPECIAL RINGBACK TONE IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II (one long tone and
one short, dull tone)
The person you dialed is busy, and has been notified of Call
Waiting.
BUSY TONE IIIII IIIII IIIII (repeating on/off tone)
The number you dialed is busy.
FAST BUSY TONE Ill Ill Ill Ill (fast repeating on/off tone)
The number you dialed was busy, misdialed, or restricted.
CALL WAITING TONE (short tone(s) heard during a call)
(the waiting call is an inside call)
III
III III (the waiting call is an outside call)
You have a call waiting to be answered.
QUEUEING TONE II II II II II (five short tones)
Your request for a callback has been confirmed.
DEQUEUEING TONE II II II (three short tones)
The extension or outside line that you requested for callback is
now available.
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Data Dial Code (DDC)
When your System 25 was installed, Data Dial Codes (DDCSs)
were assigned to data terminals. If you have a data terminal
associated with your System 25, you will receive separate
information regarding its use.
Personal Dial Code (PDC)
Personal Dial Codes (PDCs) were assigned to telephones. In
most cases, your PDC is your extension number. If a telephone
is shared by two or more people, each person may have been
assigned their own “floating” extension number (FPDC).
Additional Information
See your System Administrator if you have any questions or
would like additional information about your System 25 features.
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Single-Line Features
Account Code Entry
For bookkeeping purposes, your System Administrator may
assign account codes to use with certain calls. If you are
required to use account codes for outgoing calls, the account
code must be entered before you can place an outgoing call. If
this feature is not mandatory, you may still use the Account
Code Entry feature.
See your System Administrator to verify the types of calls, if
any, for which you must enter an account code.
Account Code Entry - Outgoing Calls
1
Listen for dial tone, then press
2
Dial the account code.
❑* ❑0 .
NOTE: If you make a mistake while entering the account
code, press
0 again, then the correct account code.“
❑* ❑
3
Listen for dial tone.
4
Dial the outside line access code and listen for dial tone
again.
5
Dial the telephone number.
(Continued)
5
Account Code Entry (Continued)
Account Code Entry - Incoming Calls
Your call will be disconnected when you follow this procedure.
Therefore, do not attempt it until you have finished your
conversation.
1
After you have completed your conversation, and before you
hang up, press the switchhook.
2
Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
3
Dial *
4
Dial the account code.
❑ ❑0 .
NOTE: If you make a mistake while entering the account
0 again
❑ ❑
code, dial *
5
6
and then the account code.
Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
Call Accountability
You can use your own extension number at any other extension
to place toll calls that should be billed to you.
Billing Calls to Your Extension
# .
❑❑
1 Listen for dial tone, then press #
2 Dial your extension number.
3 Listen for dial tone, then dial the telephone number.
NOTE: If you make a mistake, hang up and restart the
sequence.
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Call Waiting
While you are using your phone, you may be notified through
the handset that a call is waiting. If you hear one short tone, it
is an inside call waiting for you; two short tones indicate that
you have an outside call waiting.
You must either end the existing call or place it on hold in order
to answer the call waiting.
Answering - Holding the Existing Call
1 Press the switchhook.
2 Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
3
Press
❑ ❑.
*
9
4 Answer the waiting call.
5 After completing the second call, press the switchhook twice
in order to return to the held call.
NOTE: If you hear dial tone, press the switchhook once more
to return to the call on hold.
Answering - Ending the Existing Call
1 Hang up.
2 When the telephone rings, lift the handset.
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❑
Callback
If a System 25 extension or outside line is busy when you place a
call, you can request a callback. Your call will wait in a line (a
“queue” ) for the extension or line to become available. The
system will then ring you back and complete the call.
For inside calls, use Callback when you hear a busy or special
ringback tone. For outside calls, use Callback only when you
hear a fast busy tone. (You may hear the callback request
queueing tone automatically when you place certain calls.)
Requesting Callback
1 Press the switchhook.
2 After confirmation tone and dial tone, press
6
0 .
❑# ❑
❑
3 Listen for queueing tone, then hang up.
NOTE: If you do not hear queueing tone, your request has
not been accepted for this call.
Completing Callback
1 When you hear priority ring, lift the handset.
NOTE: If you remained off-hook after requesting Callback,
you will not receive priority ring.
2 Listen for dequeueing tone.
Your call will be completed as dialed.
Canceling Callback
1 Lift the handset (or press the switchhook) and listen for dial
tone.
2 Press
❑# ❑6 ❑1
and hang up
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Conference Calls
You can set up a three-party conference that includes other
System 25 people as well as outside callers. When you are on a
conference call, if you drop the first person you placed in the
conference, you will loose the entire call. (If the first person
hangs up, however, the second person will remain, and the
conversation can be completed. ) You can drop the second
person added to the conference and still continue with your call.
Setting Up Conference Calls
1
Dial the first person.
2
After the person answers, press the switchhook to put the
call on hold.
3
Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
4
Dial the second person.
5
After the second person answers, press the switchhook to
join the calls together.
NOTE: If the second person does not answer, press the
switchhook twice to return to the first person. (If you hear
dial tone, press the switchhook once more.)
Dropping the Second Person
1 Press the switchhook.
2 Continue talking with the other person.
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Direct Group Calling (DGC)
❑
Your System Administrator will advise you if you have been
assigned as a member of a Direct Group Calling (DGC) group.
Calls that go to these groups are distributed among its members
for the purpose of answering incoming group associated calls.
Leaving the Group
Members may temporarily not receive incoming calls by use of
the following procedures:
❑ ❑4 .
1 Listen for dial tone, then press *
2 Listen for confirmation tone and hang up.
Returning to the Group
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
*
4 .
❑
❑
2 Listen for confirmation tone and hang up.
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Following
You can have personal calls sent to another phone by using the
Following or the Forwarding feature. To use the Following
feature, at a telephone other than your own, you sign in your
extension number. To cancel the request, you may either sign
out your extension number from that other phone, or sign back
in at your own telephone.
Although Following and Forwarding send your calls to another
telephone, the two features differ slightly. Read the information
and procedures for both, and then use the feature that is
suitable.
Signing In
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
* .
❑* ❑
2 Dial your own extension number.
3 Dial your extension number again.
4 Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
Signing Out
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
❑* ❑* .
2 Dial your extension number.
3 Dial
❑0 .
4 Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
Signing Out All Extensions
This procedure signs out all extension numbers that have been
signed in at this telephone except for the extension normally
assigned to it.
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
0 .
❑* ❑ ❑
*
2 Listen for confirmation tone and hang up.
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Forwarding
You can have your personal calls sent to another extension or to
an outside number. Unlike the Following feature, you do not
need to be at the other telephone. Instead, simply forward your
calls to another location while you are still at your own
telephone.
Read the information and procedures for both the Forwarding
and Following features. Then use the feature that best fits your
needs.
NOTE: Your System Administrator may or may not allow your
telephone to forward calls to outside telephone numbers. Check
with your System Administrator for any restrictions you may
have concerning this feature.
Forwarding Calls
0 .
❑# ❑7 ❑
1
At your own telephone, dial
2
Dial the extension number of the other telephone.
or
Dial the outside line access code and the phone number of
the outside telephone.
3
Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
Canceling Forwarding
1 At your own telephone, press
*
* .
❑
❑
2 Dial your extension number.
3 Dial your extension number again.
4 Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
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Hold
You can hold calls while you attend to other matters and then
pick them up again. After you put a call on hold, you may then
hang up the handset without losing the call. To pick up a call
you have placed on hold you must use the same telephone
where you held the call.
If you want to put a call on hold and pick it up from another
extension, you must use the “Park” feature.
Using Hold
1 Press the switchhook.
2 Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
3 You may go back to your call by pressing the switchhook
again.
HoId - Placing Another Call
1 Press the switchhook.
2 Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
3 Place and complete the second call.
4 To return to the held call, press the switchhook twice. (If
you hear dial tone, press the switchhook once more.)
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Leave Word Calling
You can use the Leave Word Calling feature only if the VOICE
POWER Voice Message System (VMS) is connected to your
System 25.
For instructions on obtaining messages left at your telephone,
see your System Administrator.
Leaving Messages
2 .
❑# ❑9 ❑
1
Listen for dial tone, then press
2
Dial the extension of the other person.
3
Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
NOTE: If you hear fast busy tone instead of confirmation
tone, either the other telephone does not have VMS assigned
to it, or the extension you dialed is invalid.
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Message Waiting
Your telephone may have a light that tells you when the
attendant or another person in the system has a message for
you. You can turn the message light on and off at any
telephone in your system that has a message light (including
your own).
Turning On Message Lights
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
9 ❑
0 .
❑# ❑
2 Dial the extension number of the other telephone.
3 Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
NOTE: If you hear fast busy tone instead of confirmation
tone, either the other telephone has no message waiting light
or the extension vou dialed is invalid.
J
Turning Off Message Lights
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
❑# ❑9 ❑1 .
2 Dial the extension number for the phone where you want the
light turned off.
3 Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
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Night Service
When the attendant leaves for the night, the system can be set
so that incoming calls either ring a night bell or are directed to
preassigned telephones. See your System Administrator for the
Night Service access code.
Answering Night Service Calls
1 Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
2 Dial the Night Service access code.
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Paging
If your company has a paging system, you may access the
system by dialing a code. See your System Administrator for
the Paging access code and for additional information if you
have paging zones.
Using the Paging System
1 Listen for dial tone, then dial the Paging access code.
2 Make the announcement.
3 Hang up.
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Park
Parked calls are held calls that can be picked up from any
telephone in the system. When you use the park feature, you
cannot use this feature again on the same phone until the
original parked call is completed. If a parked call is not picked
up within a preset interval (the usual time is two minutes), it
will ring back at the telephone that originally parked the call.
Using Park
1 Press the switchhook and listen for confirmation and dial
tone.
2 Press
❑* ❑ .
5
3 Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
4 If the call is for someone else, dial or page that person,
notifying them of the Attendant Console or extension
number that parked the call.
NOTE: If the person does not answer, press the switchhook
twice and complete your conversation with the caller.
5 Hang up.
Picking Up Parked Calls
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
8 .
❑* ❑
2 Dial the extension number that parked the call.
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Pickup
Pickup allows you to answer a call that is ringing at another
telephone. All single-line telephones have this feature. In
addition, your System Administrator may notify you that you
have been assigned to a pickup group. In this case, calls are
picked up differently within your assigned group.
Picking Up Calls
1 Listen for dial tone, then press
❑* ❑7 .
2 Dial the extension number of the ringing telephone.
Picking Up Calls in Your Pickup Group
1 Listen for dial tone.
2 Press
20
*
0 .
❑
❑7 ❑
❑
Placing Calls
You can place calls to people inside and outside your company.
Your System Administrator will give you the required outside
line access code.
Placing Inside Calls
1 Lift the handset and listen for dial tone.
2 Dial the extension number.
Placing Outside Calls
1 Listen for dial tone.
2 Dial the outside line access code and listen for dial tone.
3 Dial the telephone number.
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Programming Speed Dialing Codes
You can program telephone numbers, account codes, and
System Speed Dialing codes into your Personal Speed Dialing
codes. System 25 allows you to program strings of numbers and
special characters (maximum of 25 characters) into the dialing
codes.
The first part of this entry describes, with examples, how to use
special characters when programming. The remaining part of
this entry describes how to actually program or remove Personal
Speed Dialing codes.
Special Characters
You may need to use the “*” and the “ #” when you program
numbers. The “*” is used as either a 1.5 second pause or as an
actual character. The “#” may be used at the beginning of endto-end signaling, at the beginning of a Speed Dialing code, or as
an actual character.
Using * as a Pause
A "*" by itself will produce a 1.5 second pause. For example,
you may want to program a pause between the outside line
access code and the telephone number.
You program: 9*5557023
9 (1.5 second pause) 555-7023
This means:
Using * as a Character
If you want to use the “*” as a character, you must place a “ #”
before the “*”.
For example, you may want to program 555-2222 followed by a 3
second pause, a “*”, and 1234, into a a Personal Speed Dialing
code.
You program: 5552222* * # *1234
5552222 (3 second pause) *1234
This means:
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Programming Speed Dialing Codes (Continued)
Using # as a Character
If you want to use a “ # " as an actual character, you must place
two “ # ”s in the programmed number.
For example, you may want to program 555-1111 followed by a
1.5 second pause, a “ # “, and 7777 into a Personal Speed Dialing
code.
You program:
This means:
5551111* # # 7777
5551111 (1.5 second pause) #7777
Using # with Speed Dialing Codes
When you want to have a Speed Dialing code as part of your
programmed number, you should use a single “ # ” for the code.
For example, you may want to program the System Speed
Dialing code “ # 100” into a Personal Speed Dialing code.
You program: #100
System Speed Dialing code # 100
This means:
Using #8 to Start End-to-End Signaling
When you place a “ #8” in a programmed number, you tell the
system to start end-to-end signaling.
For example, you may want to program both a telephone
number (to be dialed first), and an identification code (that
should be transmitted to the far end).
You program: 9*5554444** # 812345
9 (1.5 second pause) 5554444
This means:
(3 second pause)
(start end-to-end signaling) 12345
(Continued)
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Programming Speed Dialing Codes (Continued)
Programming or Removing Personal
Speed Dialing Codes
4 .
❑❑
1
Listen for dial tone, then press #
2
Dial the number you want to program.
or
If you want to remove a number, go to Step 3.
3
Press “ # “ and a Personal Speed Dialing number (20 - 39).
4
Listen for confirmation tone, then hang up.
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Speed Dialing
I
I
Speed dialing allows you to dial telephone numbers (or account
codes) by simply dialing “ #” and a 2- or 3-digit code. There are
two kinds of speed dialing: Personal and System.
Personal Speed Dialing codes are 2-digit numbers that allow you
to program up to twenty personal numbers. These Personal
Speed Dialing codes use the numbers #20 through #39.
System Speed Dialing codes are programmed by your System
Administrator, and are used for numbers that are frequently
called by people in your company. System Speed Dialing codes
use the numbers # 100 through # 189.
For instructions on how to program Personal Speed Dialing
numbers, see the previous section for “Programming or
Removing Personal Speed Dialing Codes”.
Placing Calls
1 Listen for dial tone.
2 Dial the #, followed by the speed dialing code (20 through 39
or 100 through 189).
should be transmitted to the far end).
You program: 9*5554444** # 812345
9 (1.5 second pause) 5554444
This means:
(3 second pause)
(start end-to-end signaling) 12345
(Continued)
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Transfer
You can easily transfer calls to another System 25 telephone.
You can also transfer some calls to outside lines. However, you
should see your System Administrator for more information
about this type of transfer.
When you transfer a call, the original person is temporarily
placed on hold and is not connected to the other person until
you hang up. At that time, the call disappears from your
telephone.
Transferring Calls
1 Press the switchhook.
2 Listen for confirmation tone and dial tone.
3 Dial the other person’s extension.
NOTE: If you misdial the number, return to the person on
hold by pressing the switchhook twice. (If you hear dial
tone, press the switchhook once more.) Then return to
Step 2 and continue.
4 Hang up if you do not want to announce the call.
Otherwise, announce the call and then hang up to complete
the transfer.
NOTE: If the person you attempt to call does not answer,
press the switchhook twice to return to the call on hold. (If
you hear dial tone, press the switchhook once again.)
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Glossary
account code
entry
feature that allows you to assign account
codes to calls in order to charge them to
specific customers, clients, or business
cases. This feature may be optional or
mandatory.
assigned feature
optional feature that can be assigned to
your telephone by the System
Administrator.
attendant
person who answers and directs calls
coming into your company. Your system
may or may not have an attendant.
call
accountability
feature that allows you to make calls at
another telephone and charge them to your
extension.
call waiting
feature that allows you to be notified of an
incoming call while you are on another call.
callback
feature that allows you to request
notification of when a busy extension or
outside line is available, and the call is then
completed for you.
conferencing
feature that allows you to have three parties
on a call at the same time.
confirmation
tone
three short tones indicating that an
action was accepted and you can proceed.
coverage
feature that allows individuals to have their
calls answered by someone else.
DGC
(Direct Group Calling) group of telephones
to which incoming calls are distributed
among the group members.
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dequeueing tone
three short tones indicating that the call for
which you requested Callback can now be
completed.
FPDC
(Floating Personal Dial Code) an extension
number associated with a person, but not a
particular telephone. This feature provides
the convenience of receiving calls at any
available telephone.
fast busy tone
repeating on/off tone indicating that the
dialed number or access code was busy,
restricted, misdialed, or the trunk group
was busy.
feature access
code
sequence of characters (digits, “*”, or “ # “)
that allows you to access System 25
features.
fixed feature
standard feature that is available to every
telephone.
following
forwarding
features that allow you to redirect your
incoming calls to another telephone.
hold
feature that temporarily suspends a call.
inside call
call between two or more System 25
telephones. It is signalled by one long ring.
leave word
feature that allows you to notify a person at
a
busy or unanswered telephone that you
have called. To use this feature, there must
be a VOICE POWER Voice Message System
connected to your System 25.
calling
message waiting
feature that allows you to turn on and off
the message light on telephones in the
system.
night service
feature that allows you to answer calls
when the attendant is not available.
off-hook
a telephone is off-hook when the handset
has been removed from its cradle, releasing
the switchhook button.
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on-hook
a telephone is on-hook when the handset is
in its cradle, depressing the switchhook
button.
outside call
call between a System 25 telephone and a
telephone not connected to System 25.
Outside calls are made over Central Office
or other trunks and are signalled by two
short rings.
outside line
a trunk (line) to the Central Office or other
system. Outside lines may be accessed by
dialing an access code.
PDC
(Personal Dial Code) extension number that
is assigned to an individual, and is normally
associated with the telephone at the
individual’s desk.
paging
feature that allows you to access paging
equipment from System 25 telephones.
park
feature like hold except that it allows you to
answer the call from any telephone.
pickup
feature that allows you to answer a call that
is ringing at another telephone.
program
ability to store a telephone number or
account code so you can access it by dialing
a code.
queueing tone
five short tones indicating that your request
for callback has been confirmed.
recall
button on some telephones that may be
pressed instead of the switchhook.
ringback tone
repeating on/off tone indicating that the
number you dialed is ringing.
special ringback
tone
one long tone followed by one short, dull
tone indicating that the person you dialed is
busy and has Call Waiting.
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speed dialing
feature that allows you to place a call or
enter an account code by dialing “ #” and a
2- or 3-digit code. Individual telephones
may be assigned 2-digit Personal Speed
Dialing codes, which you can program. All
3-digit System Speed Dialing codes are
assigned by the System Administrator and
can be used at all telephones.
switchhook
button depressed by the handset when the
telephone is not in use.
system
administrator
person responsible for assigning features
and overseeing System 25 operation.
transfer
feature that allows you to connect the
person you are talking with to another
person, then drop out of the conversation.
trunk
a telecommunications channel between two
switching systems. (See outside line.)
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AT&T System 25
QUICK REFERENCE CARD
Single-Line Telephone
FEATURE ACCESS CODES
I
DESCRIPTION
FEATURE
CODE
1
I
Account Code
to enter an Account Code
* 0 Code
Call Accountability
to charge call to correct extension
## Ext.
to request callback for a busy ext./line
#60
to cancel callback
#61
to answer call waiting
* 9
to leave your DGC group
* 4
to return to your DGC group
* 6
Callback
,
Call Waiting
Direct Group Calling
I to sign in extension
Following
t to sign out extension
“
(at another extension)
to sign out all extensions
** Ext. Ext.
I ** Ext. O
**
#70 Ext.
to send your calls to another extension
Forwarding
(from your extension)
to send your calls to a remote number
Leave Word Calling
Message Waiting
Park
Pickup
0
I #70 number
to cancel forwarding
** Ext. Ext.
to leave message
#92 Ext.
to turn on message light
#90 Ext.
to turn off message light
#91 Ext.
to parka call
* 5
to answer a parked call
* 8 Ext. that parked call
to pickup call ringing in your group
* 70
to pick up call ringing outside group
Programming
I to program a Personal Speed Dialing code
Speed Dialing
I
* 7 Ext.
m
to dial a programmed number
(20-39, 100-189)
(See Dial Code list on other side.)
Code
QUICK REFERENCE CARD
Single-Line Telephone
PERSONAL SPEED DIALING NUMBERS
CODE
SYSTEM SPEED DIALING NUMBERS
TELEPHONE NUMBER
CODE
USE
#20
#21
#22
,
,
,
#23
#24
#25
#26
#27
#28
#29
FACILITY ACCESS CODES
#30
CODE
#31
USE
#32
#33
#34
#35
#36
#37
#36
#39
DIALING CODES
DESCRIPTION
C O D E
I
ACCOUNT CODES
C O D E
Your Extension
Your Data Terminal
Attendant
Night Service access code
Paging access code
(See Features list on other side.)
USE
I
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