ADTRAN IP 501 Cordless Telephone User Manual

Quick Reference
Guide
Table of Contents
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Voicemail Quick Reference Guide
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Voicemail Handling Quick Reference Guide
6
Phone Features Quick Reference Guide
8
Personal Phone Manager Quick Reference Guide
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IP 601 Phone
13
IP 650 Phone
14
IP 501 Phone
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IP 430 Phone
Voicemail Quick Reference Guide
Log into Voicemail
To log in from your own phone
1. Press the Messages button on your phone.
Main Menu Options
1 listen to messages
4 play previous message
3 record greetings
2. Select Connect from the graphic display.
5 play envelope
4 access mailbox options
3. Enter your extension, then press # (or simply press #
when accessing voicemail from your extension).
6 play next message
4. Enter your password (default password is 1234),
then press #.
5 check a different mailbox
* repeat these options
8 forward message
Voicemail setup wizard
1. Log into your voicemail system and follow the
voice prompts.
2. Press 1 to record your full name (first name/last name).
To log in from another phone or check messages remotely
1. Dial your voicemail system access number.
Access number: _________________________
2. Enter your extension, then press #.
3. Enter your password, then press #.
Listen to Messages
1. Log into your voicemail system.
2. Press 1 to listen to your messages. (If Auto Play is
enabled on the system, the Main Menu options will
be skipped and messages will play based on the
date and time of arrival.)
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Playback Options
1 play message from beginning
7 delete or restore message
9 call sender
* return to Main Menu
Change Your Password
1. Log into your voicemail
system
2. Press * to access the
Main Menu.
1. Log into your voicemail system.
2. Press * to access the Main Menu. 3. Press 4 for Mailbox Options.
3. Press 3 to access the
4. Press 2 for Administrative
Greetings Menu.
Options.
4. Press 1 to access the Standard
5. Press 1 to change
Greetings options.
the password.
Standard Greetings Options
6. After the tone, enter your
1 enable standard greeting
new four-digit password
2 review greeting
and press #.
3 record greeting
7. Press * to return to
Record Your Standard Greeting
4 delete greeting
* return to Greetings Menu
Mailbox Options.
Voicemail Handling Quick Reference Guide
Mailbox Options
Press 1 to listen messages.
Press 3 to record greetings.
Press 4 to access Mailbox Options.
Press 5 to check a different mailbox.
Press * to repeat these options.
* Only the following Message Control
options while a message is playing:
Rewind
1
Pause
2
Fast Forward
3
Replay/Previous Message 4
Play Envelope
5
Next Message
6
Delete/Restore Message
7
Forward Message
8
Call Sender
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Main Menu
*
* Only the following
Envelope Control options
while a message envelope
is playing:
Previous Message
Play Envelope
Next Message
Delete/Restore Message
Forward Message
Call Sender
Main Menu
5
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
Forwarding Options
Replay Current Message
Previous Message
Play Envelope
Next Message
Delete/Restore Message
Forward Message
Call Sender
Main Menu
Send Message
Cancel/Return to
Playback Menu
1
4
5
6
7
8
9
*
Greetings Menu
Standard Greeting Options
Alternate Greeting Options
Default Greeting Options
Main Menu Options
Mailbox Options
Notification Options
Administrative Options
Main Menu
Message Playback Options
1
2
3
*
Notification Options
1
2
*
Enable/Disable Email
Mailbox Options
1
*
Standard/Alternate Options
Default Options
Enable
Review
Record
Delete
Greetings Menu
Enable
Review
Greetings Menu
1
2
3
4
*
Administrative Options
1
*
Password
Review/Record Name
Enable/Disable
Envelope Playback
Enable/Disable Auto Play
Mailbox Options
1
2
*
Name Options
1
2
3
4
*
Review
Re-Record
Administrative Options
1
2
*
Phone Feature Quick Reference Guide
Place a Call Pick up handset or press the Speakerphone
Blind Transfer Once a call is established, press the Transfer
button. Enter the desired number or enter the number on
the keypad. Then press the Dial soft (key).
key or Trnsfer soft key, then the Blind soft key and enter the
target extension.
Answer a Call Pick up the handset, press the Answer soft
Park Call Once a call is established, press the More soft key,
key, or the Speakerphone button.
Hold Once a call is established, press the Hold button
(or Hold soft key) to place the caller on hold. To retrieve
a held call, press the Hold button, Resume soft key, or
the line key.
Mute While a call is active, press the Mute button to mute
the audio you are sending to the other party. Press the Mute
button again to un-mute.
Unattended Transfer Once a call is established, press the
Retrieve Parked Call Obtain dial tone. Press the Pickup
soft key, enter the Park Zone number (0-9), and then press
the Rtrieve soft key to pickup the call.
Page Obtain dial tone. Dial overhead paging extension or
SPRE code (________). Page the party, then hang up.
Conference (Three-Way) While on a call, press the
Transfer key or Trnsfer soft key and enter the target’s extension.
Once the phone starts ringing, press the Transfer key (or
Trnsfer soft key) again to complete the transfer, or simply
hang up to complete the transfer.
Conference button (or select the More soft key, then press
the Confrnc soft key), and dial the third-party’s extension.
Once the party has answered, press the Conference button
(or the Confrnc soft key) again to connect the parties.
Attended Transfer Once a call is established, press the
Forward Call Press the Forward soft key. Enter the
Transfer key or Trnsfer soft key and enter the target’s
extension. Once the target has answered, announce the
caller then press the Transfer key (or Trnsfer soft key) to
complete the transfer or hang up.
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then press Park, enter a Park Zone number (0 to 9), then press
the Park button again or use the Park Zone Busy Lamp Field (BLF).
destination extension (or outside number), and then
press the Enable soft key. When enabled, all incoming
calls will be re-directed to the forwarded extension
or number.
Phone Feature Quick Reference Guide
Disable Forwarding Press the Forward soft key, and
System Speed Dial Dial *25 plus the two digit system
then select Disable.
speed dial number (00 to 99).
Do Not Disturb Press the Do Not Disturb button to
Speed Dial Programming Press the Directories
enable or disable Do-Not-Disturb mode. Disable by
pressing the Do Not Disturb button again.
button. Select Contact Directory from Directories menu.
Press the More soft key, then press Add. Using the keypad,
enter the First name, Last Name and Phone Number
(contact). Press the Save soft key to save. Press the
Exit soft key to exit the directory.
Hands-free Auto-Answer Intercom Dial ** in front
of any IP phone extension number to invoke handsfree auto-answer intercom.
Hands-free Auto-Answer Intercom Do not Disturb
To Block hands-free intercom calls to your extension,
Dial *97x (where x = 1-Block, 0-Unblock. (This feature is
dependant upon users Class of Service.)
Access Call Lists To access the call lists, press the
Call Lists (IP501) or the Directories (IP601) button.
Use the up/down arrows to scroll through the call lists.
Press the Select soft key to select a call list. Press
the Exit soft key to exit the call lists.
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Speed Dialing Press the line key button that corresponds
to the number you wish to dial.
Last Number Redial Press the Redial button to dial
the last number that was dialed from the phone.
Personal Phone Manager Quick Reference Guide
Accessing the Personal Phone Manager
Each user of the NetVanta 7100 System has access to the
Personal Phone Manager. This Web-based Graphical User
Interface (GUI) provides access to your voicemail, lists of received
and dialed calls, account information and personal settings.
1. Open your Web browser. Enter the IP address or
DNS name of the NetVanta 7100:
(___________________________________).
The default is used in the following example:
2. Enter your Extension and voicemail PIN. Select Log In.
(Default PIN is 1234)
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Changing Your Account Settings
You can navigate through the Personal Phone Manager using
the tabs at the top of the screen.
Home
View a list of all SPRE commands. This list does not indicate
whether or not the command is available to this station.
Directories
View entries in the User Directory, Speed Dial and Caller ID
List for a history of incoming calls. View the Dialed Number
List for a history of outbound calls. Use the “Click to Dial”
button to place call.
User Settings
Specify Primary Email and Secondary Email addresses for
system correspondence as well as change your Voicemail PIN.
Select Apply Changes.
Personal Phone Manager Quick Reference Guide
Phone Settings
Enable Call Forwarding and enter an extension. The phone issues
a brief tone as an alert that the phone has been forwarded. Enable
Do Not Disturb (DND) for your line. When DND is enabled, all calls
go directly to your Call Coverage list. Select Apply Changes.
Voicemail
View Voicemails
View details for current voicemail messages such as date,
message author and the message length.
Mailbox Settings
Step 1. Confirm Email Addresses/Message Playback Settings
Specify a Primary Email and a Secondary Email (optional)
address for notification when new voicemail messages
are received.
Call Coverage
Specify the Call Coverage Settings for your incoming calls by
selecting Busy Signal, Go To Voicemail, Go To Auto Attendant,
Ring Extension, Ring Operator and Ring External Number from
the drop down menus. Enter any additional information when
prompted, such as
extension number,
number of rings,
auto attendant, etc.
Select Apply
Changes.
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Enable Play Envelopes to playback the calling party and
the date/time information preceding a message.
Enable Auto-Play Messages to automatically begin playback
upon logging into voicemail.
Select the Greeting Method. The Default greeting is your
recorded name. To record Standard and Alternate greetings,
log into your
voicemail via
your phone and
follow the
instructions under
the Greetings menu.
Personal Phone Manager Quick Reference Guide
Step 2. Notification Schedule
Selecting Quick Setup allows you to set your voicemail to notify
your primary or secondary email address upon receiving a voice
message during weekdays or weekends. The email addresses
must first be set in Step 1.
Selecting Advanced Setup allows you to specify precise
schedules for voicemail notification. Schedules appear in
both the graphic schedule display and the schedule detail
table. To create a schedule, complete the following steps:
1. Select the Add Range button below the graphic
schedule display.
2. Enter the start and end times for the range. (A “range” is a
range of time during the week that will have the same
notification type.)
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3. Select either the primary or secondary email address for
the notification type (addresses are configured under the
User Settings tab).
4. Select Apply to save changes.
To edit a schedule, select the Start Day/Time text link in the
detail table. To delete an existing schedule, select Delete
next to the schedule in the detail schedule table.
Personal Phone Manager Quick Reference Guide
Helpful Hints:
Ranges can be added in the middle of an existing schedule
to break up the time. For example, to the existing schedule
of 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM that notifies the primary address, you
can add a second range between 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM
that same day that notifies the secondary email address.
To create a range that runs through the end of the week,
set the End Day/Time to be Saturday at 11:59 PM.
User Status
View the status (Idle, Busy, or Ringing) of other system users.
To add users to your User Status Monitor, choose Select
Users, pick the names from the directory list, and choose
Show Selected Users.
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IP 650 Phone
Line/Speed Dial Keys
Labels (lines or Speed Dial Ids)
appear in the graphic display.
Graphic Display
Shows information about calls,
messages, soft keys, time, date, and
other relevant data.
Display Control
Use to scroll through lists, select
(check symbol) and delete (‘x’ symbol)
controls for options and text within
menus and control text/number entry.
Feature Keys
Soft Keys
Labels (or context-sensitive functions)
appear in the graphic display screen
above. Use the soft keys to select from
various context-sensitive options.
Dial Pad
Feature Keys
Headset
Hold
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Adjustable Volume Keys
Microphone Mute
Speaker Phone
IP 601 Phone
Line/Speed Dial Keys
Labels (lines or Speed Dial Ids)
appear in the graphic display.
Graphic Display
Shows information about calls,
messages, soft keys, time, date, and
other relevant data.
Display Control
Use to scroll through lists, select
(check symbol) and delete (‘x’ symbol)
controls for options and text within
menus and control text/number entry.
Feature Keys
Soft Keys
Labels (or context-sensitive functions)
appear in the graphic display screen
above. Use the soft keys to select from
various context-sensitive options.
Dial Pad
Feature Keys
Headset
Hold
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Adjustable Volume Keys
Microphone Mute
Speaker Phone
IP 501 Phone
Line/Speed Dial Keys
Labels (lines or Speed Dial Ids)
appear in the graphic display.
Graphic Display
Speaker Phone
Shows information about calls,
messages, soft keys, time, date, and
other relevant data.
Microphone Mute
Headset
Display Control
Use to scroll through lists, select
(check symbol) and delete (‘x’ symbol)
controls for options and text within
menus and control text/number entry.
Soft Keys
Labels (or context-sensitive functions)
appear in the graphic display screen
above. Use the soft keys to select from
various context-sensitive options.
Feature Keys
Feature Keys
Dial Pad
Hold
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Adjustable Volume Keys
IP 430 Phone
Soft Keys
Labels (or context-sensitive functions) appear
in the graphic display screen above. Use the
soft keys to select from various contextsensitive options.
Speaker Phone
Microphone Mute
Headset
Graphic Display
Shows information about calls,
messages, soft keys, time, date, and
other relevant data.
Line/Speed Dial Keys
Labels (lines or Speed Dial Ids)
appear in the graphic display.
Display Control
Use to scroll through lists, select
(check symbol) and delete (‘x’ symbol)
controls for options and text within
menus and control text/number entry.
Feature Keys
Feature Keys
Dial Pad
Hold
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Adjustable Volume Keys
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