Avaya 1200 Telephone User Manual

Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphones with SIP
Software — User Guide
IP Office 8.0
Document Status: Standard
Document Version: 02.04
Document Number: AV40050-111
Date: November 2011
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Contents
Welcome . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Basic features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
IP Deskphone controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
IP Deskphone display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Cleaning the IP Deskphone LCD display screen . . . . . . . 16
Context-sensitive soft keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Idle display screen after dial pad input . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
In-call context-sensitive soft keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Navigation keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Available IP Deskphone call features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Security features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Secure connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Regulatory and safety information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
DenAn regulatory notice for Japan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Getting started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Before you begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Connecting the components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Attaching the foot stand (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Connecting the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Connecting the headset (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Connecting AC power (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Connecting the LAN Ethernet cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Connecting the PC Ethernet cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Wall mounting (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
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Entering text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Entering text using the IP Deskphone dialpad . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Configuring the dialpad to alphanumeric dialing . . . . . . . 44
Accessing the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone . . . . . . . 46
Logging on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Automatic login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Setting the domain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Password protection for domains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Selecting a language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Logging on to your IP Deskphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Configuring the duration of the login . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Timed logoff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Timed logoff while the IP Deskphone is idle . . . . . . . . . . 55
Timed logoff while on a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Selecting a location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
User Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Confirmation logon screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Logging off from the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone . . . . . 58
Logging on and off from a different extension . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Making an emergency call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Configuring Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones . . . . . . . . 62
Adjusting the display screen contrast . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Creating the idle screen text display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Configuring Menu auto back-out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Selecting a ring pattern . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Adjusting the volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Adjusting the volume of the Handset, Headset,
and Handsfree mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Selecting a language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Selecting the date and time format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
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Making a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
Making a call using off-hook dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
Making a call using on-hook dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Using handsfree calling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Making a call using redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Making an intercom call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Making paging calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Making a call using automatic callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
Joining a conference call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Receiving a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Caller identification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Answering an incoming call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Ignoring an incoming call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Configuring Do Not Disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Setting an interval for after-call work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Receiving intercom calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Receiving paging calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Receiving calls to a pickup group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Receiving voice mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Enabling or disabling voice mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Retrieving voice mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Forwarding calls to another number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Follow me . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
The Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Viewing the Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Initiating a call from the Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Adding a contact to your Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
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Editing a contact in your Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
Copying information to the Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114
Searching for a contact in the Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . 116
Using the Search feature in the Address Book . . . . . . . 117
Using the Search feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Using Local Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Call Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Accessing the Call Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121
Managing calls in the Call Inbox while not on a call . . . . 121
Viewing the details of a call in the Call Inbox . . . . . . . . . 124
Managing missed calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
Missed Calls Notification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126
Initiating a call from the Call Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Deleting calls in your Call Inbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129
Accessing the calls in your Call Inbox during a call . . . . 130
While on an active call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Making a new call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Initiating a call using the active call context-sensitive soft key
menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Placing a call On Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Multiple calls On Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Using call conferencing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Transferring a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Using the Call Park feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
Retrieving a Parked Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145
Using account codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146
Recording a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147
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Configuring custom settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Programmable keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149
Assigning functions to programmable keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150
Erasing a programmable key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152
Restoring the default settings for programmable keys . . . . . 153
Configuring speed dial keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153
Querying programmable keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155
Using the relay option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156
Twinning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158
Configuring privacy settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Incoming call privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160
Outgoing call privacy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161
Private calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162
Audio Codecs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163
Audio Codec Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Audio Codec Ordering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164
Maintaining the IP Deskphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
Viewing additional phone information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165
Accessing the services menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166
Checking for updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167
Resetting the IP Deskphone phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168
Erasing the user data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169
Network menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174
Automatic remote software updates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175
File Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176
Visual indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
Visual Alerter/Message Waiting Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
Monitoring other extensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177
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Quick reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Fixed keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179
Commonly used functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181
Context-sensitive soft keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182
Display screen icons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186
Limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187
Third party terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189
Third Party Terms for Avaya 11xx 12xx sw release 3.x thru 4.x .
189
GNU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190
Zlib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
Libpng . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197
Kern_random . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200
Wchar functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201
Libjpeg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202
T-Rex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203
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Welcome
Welcome
The Avaya 1200 Series offers two models of IP Deskphones: the Avaya
1220 and the1230 IP Deskphones. The Avaya 1220 and 1230 IP
Deskphones bring voice and data to your desktop by connecting directly
to a Local Area Network (LAN) through an Ethernet connection. The IP
Deskphones communicatee using Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) after
the software is upgraded to a SIP-enabled version.
Basic features
The Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones include the following features:
•
lines with 25-character display capability
— 1220 IP Deskphone: 5
— 1230 IP Deskphone: 9
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self-labeled line keys
— 1220 IP Deskphone: 4
— 1230 IP Deskphone: 10
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four context sensitive soft keys (self labeled)
•
six specialized feature keys
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six fixed call processing keys (three with LED status):F
— Mute
— Handsfree
— Goodbye
— Applications
— Headset
— Hold
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volume up/down key to separately adjust the ringer, speaker,
headset, and handset’s volume
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four-way navigation cluster plus Enter key
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wall-mountable
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LCD display screen
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high quality speakerphone
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hearing aid compatibility
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handset jack
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headset jack
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10/10 Ethernet ports
— one Ethernet port for LAN connection
— one Ethernet port for optional PC connection
•
Power over Ethernet (PoE) through the LAN port, or power through a
supported AC adapter
•
Accessory Expansion Module (AEM) port to connect the expansion
module.
IP Deskphone controls
The following figures show the location of controls on each model of IP
Deskphone. Figure 1 on page 11 shows the Avaya 1220 IP Deskphone;
the Avaya 1230 IP Deskphone is shown in Figure 2 on page 12.
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Figure 1: Avaya 1220 IP Deskphone
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Figure 2: Avaya 1230 IP Deskphone
This section describes the controls on the 1200 Series IP Deskphones.
Your IP Deskphone can have fixed keys with icons or with labels. This
document presents both versions of the fixed key.
When a message is waiting, the red
Message Waiting/Incoming Call indicator
LED at the top center of the IP Deskphone
flashes.
Also, if configured, this indicator glows when
the ringer sounds.
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Line keys or speed dial keys are located on
either side of the display area and are
labeled on the LCD display. You can
program these keys as either line or speed
dial keys (for one touch dialing). These keys
select which line is in use when the IP
Deskphone is active and also act as status
monitoring keys when a number is set as a
speed dial.
Context-sensitive soft keys are located
below the display area. The LCD label above
each key changes based on the active
feature.
(Copy)
Press the Copy key to copy contact
information from one source, such as the
Address Book to a destination, such as a
feature key.
(Services)
When the IP Deskphone is idle, press the
Services key to briefly display the software
version, network address, and Ethernet
address. When you navigate the menu,
press the Services key to back up one level
to the previous display.
(Quit)
Press the Quit key to close an active menu.
The state of active calls is not affected with
you press the Quit key.
(Inbox)
Press the Inbox key to access your Call
Inbox.The Call Inbox stores all incoming
calls on an active IP Deskphone.
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(Redial)
Press the Redial key to display a list of 15
most recently dialed numbers.You can select
a number from the redial list and then dial it,
save in the phonebook, delete, or check
information about the call.
(Directory)
Press the Directory key to access your
phonebook.
Use the Navigation Key Cluster to scroll
through menus and lists that appear on the
LCD display screen or for text entry. The
outer part of this key cluster rocks for up,
down, left, and right movements. For more
information, see “Navigation keys” on
page 29.
(Volume)
Use the Volume control buttons to adjust
the volume of the ringer, handset, headset,
speaker, and the Handsfree feature. Press
the top button to increase the volume, and
press the bottom button to decrease the
volume.
(Mute)
Press the Mute key to listen to the call
without transmitting. Press the Mute key
again to return to two-way conversation. The
Mute key applies to handsfree, handset, and
headset microphones.
Note: When you enable mute, a red
LED on the Mute key remains lit.
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(Handsfree)
Press the Handsfree key to activate the
built-in speaker and microphone.
Note: The Handsfree LED indicator on
the Handsfree key lights to indicate
when handsfree is active.
Use the Enter key, at the center of the
Navigation Key Cluster, to select menu
items or to confirm changes.
Note: The Enter key has the same
function as the context-sensitive soft
keys Select and Set.
(Goodbye)
Press the Goodbye/Release key to
terminate an active call. When multiple calls
are active, press the Goodbye/Release key
to end the highlighted call.
Use the Goodbye/Release to close menu
navigation or cancel user tasks.
(Headset)
Press the Headset key to answer a call
using the headset or to switch a call from the
handset or handsfree to the headset.
Note: The Headset LED indicator on the
Headset key lights to indicate that the
headset is in use.
(Hold)
Press the Hold key to put an active call on
hold. Press the Hold fixed key to return to a
call on hold.
You can have several calls in a hold state.
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(Expand)
Press the Expand key to access the Instant
Messaging Log.
Use the Dialpad to enter numbers and text.
To navigate to an item in a menu, press the
corresponding number on the dialpad to
activate the item or to continue to navigate
the list of items.
IP Deskphone display
Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone display is divided into two display
areas:
•
The upper display area is for information such as caller number, caller
name, feature prompt string, user-entered digits, date and time
information, and telephone information.
•
The lower display area provides labels for the four context-sensitive
soft keys.
Cleaning the IP Deskphone LCD display screen
To clean the LCD display screen, gently wipe with a soft, dry cloth.
CAUTION
Do not use any liquids or powders on the
IP Deskphone. Using anything other than
a soft, dry cloth can contaminate IP
Deskphone components and cause
premature failure.
Context-sensitive soft keys
Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone has four context-sensitive soft
keys beneath the LCD screen. The context-sensitive soft keys access
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different features and menus depending on the state of the IP Deskphone
and the menu you access.
Table 1 on page 17 lists the context-sensitive soft keys that you can use
to access menu items..
Table 1: Menu items accessed through context-sensitive soft
keys (Part 1 of 4)
Item
Function
Feature
Press the Feature soft key to activate
features on your phone. When you
press the Feature soft key, a prompt
displays, where you can enter the
code of the feature you want to
activate. Use the Feature soft key to
activate the following functions:
— Call Forward
— Forward on Busy
— Forward No Answer
— Private Call
— Automatic Callback
— Group Page
— Voice/Auto Intercom
— Direct Pickup
— Pickup Any
— Call Park/Call Park to Other
— Retrieve Call
— Do Not Disturb
— Button Programming
(Programmable keys)
— Button Programming Query
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Table 1: Menu items accessed through context-sensitive soft
keys (Part 2 of 4)
Item
Feature
Function
— Account Code
— Voicemail On
— Twin
— Relay On
— Relay
— Extension Login
— Extension Logout
— Conference Meet Me
— After Call Work
— Follow Me Here/Cancel
— Follow Me To
— Call Record
Msgs
Press the Msgs context-sensitive soft
key to access the following features:
1. Voice Mail—use to call your Voice
Mail number.
2. Missed Call Notification—use to
access your Missed Call details.
Redial or New Call
Press the Redial context-sensitive
soft key to redial the last dialed
number.
If there is no stored redial number, the
NewCall context-sensitive soft key
appears and has the same effect as
pressing the primary user line key
(dial prompt).
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Table 1: Menu items accessed through context-sensitive soft
keys (Part 3 of 4)
Item
Function
More…
When you press the More… contextsensitive soft key, a different selection
of context-sensitive soft keys
appears.
abc or 123
Prefs
Press the abc context-sensitive soft
key to
•
abc context-sensitive soft key
must be displayed.
•
abc context-sensitive soft key to
display the 123 context-sensitive
soft key on the menu list.
Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key to display the Preferences menu.
The menu items include the following:
1. Display—use to adjust the display
settings of the LCD screen.
2. Audio—use to adjust tones and
volume settings.
3. Feature Options—use to
configure the following:
— Call Ignore Action
— Missed Call Notification
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Table 1: Menu items accessed through context-sensitive soft
keys (Part 4 of 4)
Item
Prefs
Function
4. Language—use to change the
interface language.
5. Misc Options—use to access the
following options:
— Alpha Dialing
— Search Method
— Incoming Privacy
— Outgoing Privacy
— Hold Mode: Private
— Time
6. Network—use to access the
following:
— Server Settings
— Device Settings
— Diagnostics
— Licensing
— Lock
7. User Settings - use to modify the
following:
— Call Settings
Idle display screen after dial pad input
After you enter information using the dial pad (there is no dial tone or
preceding line selection), the context-sensitive soft keys displayed on the
idle screen appear as shown in Table 7 on page 42.
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Table 2 on page 21 lists the context-sensitive soft keys that you can use
to access menu items after dial pad input.
Table 2: Menu items accessed after dial pad input through
context-sensitive soft keys
Item
Send
Function
Press the Send context-sensitive soft
key to dial out the user input using the
primary login of the IP Deskphone.
User input is run against the dialing plan.
abc or 123
Subject
Press the abc or 123 context-sensitive
soft key to toggle between alpha and
numeric input mode.
Press the Subject context-sensitive soft
key to set a subject line to your outgoing
call before pressing the Send contextsensitive soft key.
In-call context-sensitive soft keys
When a call is active, use the context-sensitive soft keys to access menu
items.
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Table 3 on page 22 lists the context-sensitive soft keys you can use to
access menu items during an in-call session.
Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 1 of 7)
Item
Function
Trnsfer
Press the Trnsfer context-sensitive
soft key to transfer the current call
to another location or to another
contact.
Audio
Press the Audio context-sensitive
soft key to access the following
features:
Tones
•
Ring Pattern
—
•
Select test patterns from 1
to 8
Alerting Volume
— Set Desired volume
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 2 of 7)
Item
Audio
Function
Voice
•
Set the volume for the
following:
—
Handset Volume
—
Headset Volume
—
Handsfree Volume
Codecs
Select the Audio Codecs:
•
G722 (wideband codec)
•
PCMU (standard u-law)
•
G729 (729 codec)
•
PCMA (standard a-law)
Note: You can change the
audio settings to improve audio
quality based on the available
band width. If the Internet
bandwidth is low, you can
improve the audio quality by
changing the audio setting to
low.
Audio
•
Monitor Audio Quality—used to
view details about the audio
quality of an active call.
OR
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 3 of 7)
Item
Function
Activate
The Activate context-sensitive soft
key appears when the call is not
active. The most common usage of
this key is when the call displayed
onscreen is a call that was parked
against the user (or a call that the
user placed on hold).
Note: The Activate contextsensitive soft key never
appears at the same time as
the Audio context-sensitive
soft key.
More…
Press the More… context-sensitive
soft key to select a new menu list of
context-sensitive soft keys (three
menu lists are available).
When you press the More…
context-sensitive soft key, a
different selection of contextsensitive soft keys appears.
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 4 of 7)
Item
More…
Function
•
If you press the More…
context-sensitive soft key once
from the first menu list, you
access the following contextsensitive soft keys:
[NewCall] [More.…]
•
If you press the More…
context-sensitive soft key from
the first menu list twice, you
access the following contextsensitive soft keys:
[Prefs] [
•
][
] [More…
If you press the More…
context-sensitive soft key from
the first menu list three times,
you return to the first menu list
with the following contextsensitive soft keys.
[Trnsfer] [Audio] [More…
When you press the More… context-sensitive soft key for the first
time, the following context-sensitive soft keys appear on the menu
list.
NewCall
Press the NewCall contextsensitive soft key to obtain a dial
tone to place another call during an
active call or to a make a
conference call.
The NewCall context-sensitive soft
key behaves like the Conf contextsensitive soft key.
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 5 of 7)
Item
Function
When you press the More… context-sensitive soft key for the
second time, the following context-sensitive soft keys appear on
the menu list.
Prefs
Press the Prefs context-sensitive
soft key to display the Preferences
menu.
The menu items include the
following:
1. Display—use to adjust the
display settings of the LCD
screen.
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 6 of 7)
Item
Function
Prefs
2. Audio—use to adjust tones and
volume setting.
3. Feature Options—use to
configure the following:
— Call Ignore Action
— Call Fwd Notification
— Answer Mode Settings
appear when the Auto
Answer Mode is enabled
on the IP Deskphone.
4. Language—use to change the
interface language.
5. Misc Options—use to access
the following options:
— Alpha Dialing
— Search Method
— Incoming Privacy
— Outgoing Privacy
— Hold Mode: Private
— Time
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Table 3: Menu items accessed during an in-call session
through context-sensitive soft keys (Part 7 of 7)
Item
Prefs
Function
6. Network—use to access the
following:
— Server Settings
— Device Settings
— Diagnostics
— Disable screensaver
— Licensing
— Lock
7. User Settings—use to modify
the following:
— Call Settings
More…
Press the More… context-sensitive
soft key to return to the first menu
list of context-sensitive soft keys.
The next available menu list
contains the following contextsensitive soft keys:
[Trnsfer] [Audio] [More…]
Unlock
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The Unlock context-sensitive soft
key appears if you answer a call
when the IP Deskphone is locked
with a password protected
screensaver.
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Navigation keys
This section provides information about keys you can use to navigate
within the menus of your IP Deskphone.
You can select menu items in one of the following ways:
•
Menu items are sorted by number. Press the corresponding number
on the dialpad and then press the Select soft key.
•
Use the navigation key to scroll through the menu to highlight the item
you want to select and then press the Select soft key.
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Table 4 on page 30 describes the navigation keys and their functions.
Table 4: Navigation keys and functions (Part 1 of 2)
Key
Navigation Key Cluster
Function
Press the Left or Right arrows on the
Navigation Key Cluster to:
•
Scroll long lines of text when you
view caller ID.
Note: The IP Deskphone
automatically scrolls long lines of
text from right to left for entries
such as in your address book or
your Call Inbox. When your Search
Method is set to Index Search, you
can increase the speed of the
scrolling by repeatedly pressing
the right navigation key or
decrease the scrolling speed by
repeatedly pressing the left
navigation key. For more
information, see “Copying
information to the Address Book”
on page 114.
•
Navigation Key Cluster
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Change the slide adjustment from
left to right when you adjust such
things as contrast or volume.
Press the right side of the Navigation
Key Cluster to:
•
Create a space when you enter
and edit text.
•
View the details of the selected call
log entry in the Inbox.
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Table 4: Navigation keys and functions (Part 2 of 2)
Key
Navigation Key Cluster
Function
Press the left side of the Navigation
Key Cluster to:
•
Move cursor to the left when you
enter and edit text.
•
Leave the detail view of the Inbox
and return to the main Inbox.
Operates like the Back contextsensitive soft key.
Press the up or down arrows on the
Navigation Key Cluster to:
•
Erase a character (backspace)
when you enter and edit text.
•
Highlight items in a list, such as
Address Book entries or items in
your Call Inbox.
Note 1: Move the cursor from line
to line when entering and editing
text or data.
Note 2: To scroll through a list of
items, you can press and hold the
up or down key.
Available IP Deskphone call features
The 2000 Series IP Deskphones are supported by the Avaya IP Office 8.0
call server. Your system administrator uses IP Office to assign call
features to your IP Deskphone. To determine which features are available
or to activate features, contact your system administrator or service
provider.
Note: Not all service providers support the entry of a SIP address to
initiate a call; for example, jim@companya.com. Some service
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providers require that you enter a Directory Number (DN) to initiate a
call, for example, 555-5555. Contact your system administrator to
determine whether your Call Server supports SIP address dialing.
Security features
Before you can use your IP Deskphone, an ID and password must be
assigned to your IP Deskphone. This security measure ensures that, after
you log off, calls cannot be made from your IP Deskphone and features,
such as Address Book, are inaccessible. Your ID and password also
prevent unauthorized access to your user profile.
Secure connection
Call security is identified by the presence of a security icon (padlock)
that is displayed on the IP Deskphone screen.
After the IP Deskphone is registered with the SIP Proxy, you can view the
security icon when:
•
the IP Deskphone is idle
•
you are on an active call
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Regulatory and safety information
Regulatory and safety
information
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This equipment complies with FCC radiation exposure limits set forth
for an uncontrolled environment. This equipment should be installed
and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between the radiator
and your body (excluding the handset). This transmitter must not be
collocated or operated in conjunction with any other antenna or
transmitter.
Table 5 lists EMC compliance for various jurisdictions.
Table 5: EMC compliance (Part 1 of 2)
Jurisdiction Standard
Description
United
States
FCC CFR 47 Part Class B Emissions: FCC Rules for
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Radio Frequency Devices (see Notes
1 and 2)
Canada
ICES-003
Class B Emissions: InterferenceCausing Equipment Standard: Digital
Apparatus
Australia/
New
Zealand
AS/NZ CISPR 22
CISPR 22
Class B Emissions: Information
technology equipment - Radio
disturbance
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Table 5: EMC compliance (Part 2 of 2)
Jurisdiction Standard
Description
European
Community
EN 55022
Class B Emissions: Information
technology equipment - Radio
disturbance
EN 55024
Information technology equipment Immunity characteristics
Limits and methods of measurement
EN 61000-3-2
Limits for harmonic current emissions
(equipment input current <= 16 A per
phase)
EN 61000-3-3
Limitation of voltage fluctuations and
flicker in low-voltage supply systems
for equipment with rated current <= 16
A
VCCI
Regulations for voluntary control
measures.
Japan
Table 6 lists Safety compliance for various jurisdictions.
Table 6: Safety compliance
Jurisdiction
Standard
United States
UL 60950-1
Description
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
Canada
CSA 60950-1-30 Safety of Information Technology Equipment
European
Community
EN 60950-1
ITE equipment - Safety - Part 1: General
requirements
Australia/New
Zealand
AS/NZS
60950.1:2003
Safety of Information Technology Equipment
Australia: AS/ACIF S004: Voice Frequency Performance Requirements
for Customer Equipment
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DenAn regulatory notice for Japan
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Getting started
This section provides information about how to use the Avaya 1200
Series IP Deskphones. Carefully read each of the followoing sections
before you operate your IP Deskphone:
•
“Before you begin” on page 36
•
“Connecting the components” on page 36
•
“Entering text” on page 40
•
“Accessing the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone” on page 46
•
“Configuring Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones” on page 62
Before you begin
CAUTION
Damage to Equipment
Consult your system administrator to
ensure that you plug your IP Deskphone
into a 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet jack.
To prevent severe damage to your IP
Deskphone, do not plug your Avaya 1200
Series IP Deskphone into a regular phone
jack.
CAUTION
Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone is
designed for use in an indoor environment
only.
Connecting the components
Figure 3 on page 37 shows the connections on the Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphones.
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Figure 3: Connections on Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones
WARNING Ensure that the protective rubber cap on the
Expansion Module port is in place when the port is not in use.
Connection of anything other than the proper Expansion
Module connector to this port can cause damage to the IP
Deskphone.
Attaching the foot stand (optional)
Attach the foot stand in the appropriate slots depending on the desired
angle for your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone. If you insert the foot
stand into the upper slots, your IP Deskphone sits at a 25-degree angle.
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If you insert the foot stand into the lower slots, your IP Deskphone sits at
a 55-degree angle.
1. Align the bottom tabs on the foot stand with the position 1 slots or the
position 2 slots on the back of your IP Deskphone.
In position 1, the IP Deskphone sits at a 25-degree angle.
In position 2, the IP Deskphone sits at a 55-degree angle.
Figure 3 on page 37 shows the slots on the back of the IP
Deskphone.
2. Press the foot stand into the slots until it snaps into place.
Note: If you mount your IP Deskphone on a wall, do not attach the
foot stand.
Connecting the handset
Use the following procedure to connect the handset to your IP
Deskphone:
1. Plug the end of the handset cord with the short straight section into
the handset.
2. Plug the other end of the handset cord with the long straight section
into the handset jack marked with the handset symbol as shown
Figure 3 on page 37.
3. (Optional) Thread the cord through the channel in the foot stand (if
installed) so that it exits on the side of the foot stand.
Connecting the headset (optional)
You can connect a headset to the IP Deskphone as described in the
following procedure:
1. Plug the headset cord into the headset jack on the back of the IP
Deskphone as shown in Figure 3 on page 37.
2. Thread the cord through the channel in the side of the foot stand (if
installed).
3. Set up the headset according to the headset instructions.
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Connecting AC power (optional)
Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone supports AC power and Power
over Ethernet (PoE). For AC power, use only the Avaya-approved Global
Power Supply (N0146475) and the country-specific IEC cable that you
can order separately. To use PoE, your connected LAN must support
PoE.
1. Connect the DC barrel connector to the power jack on the back of the
IP Deskphone.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed) to
secure the cable.
3. Plug the country-specific IEC cable into the Global Power Supply,
and then plug the Global Power Supply into the nearest AC power
outlet.
Connecting the LAN Ethernet cable
Connect your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone to your LAN using a
CAT5e Ethernet cable to enable full functionality of your IP Deskphone. If
your Ethernet port is equipped with Power over Ethernet (PoE), your IP
Deskphone can be powered through the LAN port. Do not extend the LAN
Ethernet cable outside the building.
1. Plug one end of the supplied LAN Ethernet cable into the LAN
Ethernet port on the back of your IP Deskphone as shown in Figure 3
on page 37.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).
3. Connect the other end of the cable to your LAN Ethernet connection.
The LAN LED on the back of the IP Deskphone lights when a LAN
connection is established.
Note: When your LAN cable gets unplugged on an active IP
Deskphone, your IP Deskphone LCD displays an alert message “LAN
cable unplugged”.
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Connecting the PC Ethernet cable
Connect a CAT5e PC Ethernet cable between your Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphone and your computer to enable your computer to access the
LAN.
1. Plug one end of the PC Ethernet cable (not supplied) into the PC
Ethernet port on the back of your IP Deskphone as shown in Figure 3
on page 37.
2. Thread the cable through the channel in the foot stand (if installed).
3. Connect the other end of the cable to the LAN port on your PC.
Wall mounting (optional)
You can mount your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone on a wall. Wallmount the IP Deskphone using the two keyholes on the back of the it. You
do not need the foot stand for wall-mounted applications.
1. Remove the foot stand, if already attached.
2. Ensure all cables are properly routed and the IP Deskphone is
functioning.
3. Make small marks on the wall where you want to align each keyhole
slot.
4. Insert the screws (not provided) so that they protrude slightly from the
wall.
5. Align the keyholes on the back of the IP Deskphone with the screws
in the wall.
6. Slide the IP Deskphone onto the screws to secure it in position.
Entering text
You can use combinations of the letters and numbers on the dialpad of
your IP Deskphone to enter SIP addresses, create Address Book entries,
and to designate labels for programmable keys.
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To make a call, you can dial an alphanumeric SIP address; for example,
jdoe2@domain.com.You can enter and edit text on your IP Deskphone
using the following methods:
Attention: Some service providers support only the use of a
Directory Number (DN) such as 555-5555 to initiate a call to another
IP Deskphone. Contact your system administrator or service provider
to determine if alphanumeric dialing is supported. Alphanumeric
dialing consists of string of text that contain letters and numbers that
make up; for example, a SIP address.
Entering text using the IP Deskphone
dialpad
For applications that offer text input, when you use the dialpad to enter
text the system activates the abc/123 context-sensitive soft key.
You can toggle between numeric and alphabetic input as follows:
•
When the context-sensitive soft key label is abc, you can enter
alphabetic text.
•
When the context-sensitive soft key label is 123, you can enter
numbers.
For example, if you want to enter the lower case letter a, press the abc/
123 context-sensitive soft key to toggle to alphabetic input. Then press
the number 2 key once. If you want to enter the upper case letter C, press
the number 2 key six times. You can cycle through the letters (and the
numeral) by pressing the number button repeatedly.
To create names or words that contain two adjacent letters that appear on
the same button, for example, the word press, you can do the following:
1. To enter the first character, press the dialpad key 6.
2. Pause briefly.
3. To enter the next letter, press the dialpad key 6 twice to cycle to the
letter r.
When entering alphanumeric information, the 1 key on the dialpad
represents the characters in Table 7 on page 42. To enter a special
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character, press the dialpad number 1 to cycle through the characters
until you reach the one you need. For example, to enter a question mark
(?), press the number 1 key eight times.
Table 7: Alphanumeric characters for dialpad key 1
(Part 1 of 2)
Character
Name
@
at
.
period
-
dash
_
underscore
&
ampersand
‘
apostrophe
^
carat
?
question mark
!
exclamation point
(
left parentheses
)
right parentheses
,
comma
\
backslash
/
forward slash
:
colon
;
semi-colon
~
tilde
=
equal
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Table 7: Alphanumeric characters for dialpad key 1
(Part 2 of 2)
Character
Name
+
plus
1
numeral 1
Note: No letters are associated with the 0 key.
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Configuring the dialpad to alphanumeric dialing
To eliminate the need to press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft key
when you enter text, you can set the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone
dialpad default to alphabetic mode.
To set the dialpad to alphabetic mode as the default:
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, and then select Misc Options.
Highlight Alpha Dialing, and then press
the Change context-sensitive soft key.
Prefs
2. Choose one of the following:
On
Back
or
— Press the On context-sensitive soft
key to turn on alphanumeric dialing.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep existing
configurations and return to the
Preferences menu.
To disable alphabetic mode and set numeric mode as the default:
Prefs
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1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, and then select Misc Options.
Highlight Alpha Dialing, and then press
the Change context-sensitive soft key.
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2. Choose one of the following:
Off
Back
or
— Press the Off context-sensitive soft
key to turn on alphanumeric dialing.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep existing
configurations and return to the
Preferences menu.
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Accessing the Avaya 1200 Series
IP Deskphone
You require a log on ID and a password to log on to a server with your IP
Deskphone.
Logging on
Whenever you log on to your IP Deskphone you must do the following:
•
confirm your logon ID
•
enter your password
•
select the duration of this session
If you system administrator has configured your Deskphone with your
user logon and password, you can use the deskphone without further
configuration. For more information, see “Automatic login” on page 47.
The first time you use your IP Deskphone, you need to complete some of
the following procedures:
•
“Setting the domain” on page 47
•
“Selecting a language” on page 49
•
“Logging on to your IP Deskphone” on page 50
•
“Configuring the duration of the login” on page 54
•
“Selecting a location” on page 56
•
“User Profile” on page 56
•
“Confirmation logon screen” on page 57
Note: The system automatically logs you back on after a power
outage or software upgrade. The system administrator configures this
feature on a network-wide basis.
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Automatic login
Before you first receive your IP Deskphone, your system administrator
can configure your IP Deskphone with your user logon and password. If
this is the case, after you plug in the IP Deskphone you can use it without
further configuration.
Note: If the IP Deskphone is configured with automatic logon, you
can not use the log off function, and you need a password to access
some features and functions. Contact your system administrator or
service provider for further information.
Setting the domain
Before the log on process, if you need to change the domain or confirm
that the domain you log on to is correct, press the Domain contextsensitive soft key from the logon prompt. The current domain appears on
the IP Deskphone LCD screen. You can edit the domain that is listed or
press the Domain context-sensitive soft key to access a list of available
domains to which you can choose to connect.
Note 1: You must enter the admin password to edit domains.
Note 2: Check with your system administrator before editing or
changing domains.
To change the domain:
Domain
1. Press the Domain context-sensitive soft
key to change the current domain.
Note: You must enter an admin
password before you can edit the
domain in which the IP Deskphone
connects.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the new domain you want to
use.
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Select
Back
3. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to change the domain to the
highlighted domain from the list. The
IP Deskphone returns to the Current
Domain page, and the new domain
appears.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep existing
configurations and return to the
previous menu.
Done
4. Press the Done context-sensitive soft
key to confirm the new domain and
return to the User Login screen.
Password protection for domains
This feature supports admin password protection for editing of the domain
and is not required for switching domains. If you log on using the
administrator password, you can use the editing domain option for both
the Current Domain state and Domain List state.
After you press back on the edit page or on the password prompt, the idle
display appears. You must enter the admin password to reenter the
editing domain.
Password check to switch domains
When no one is logged on, a domain soft key appears. When you press
the domain soft key, the current domain page appears without a
password query.
Password protection for editing domain
When you press Edit for a domain, the admin password prompt appears.
The editing domain page appears after you enter the correct admin
password. If you do not enter the correct password, the message
“incorrect password” appears with a prompt to retry.
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Password request in server settings mode
When you edit the domain from the server settings under the Network
menu, you are prompted to enter the admin password. After you enter the
password, the Domain page appears. When you press the Edit contextsensitive soft key, there is no prompt for the admin password because
you have already entered the admin password to load the Server Settings
menu.
Selecting a language
Your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone has the capacity to operate using
other languages. The system administrator can configure which
languages are available to use for the menus on the phone.The
administrator can make up to five languages available.
If the IP Deskphone is provisioned with other languages, you can select a
language from a list of available options.
To change the language:
More
1. Press the More soft key.
Prefs
2. Press the Prefs soft key.
3. Use the navigation key to highlight the
Language option.
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Select
4. Press the Select soft key.
The screen displays the current
language.
Change
5. Press the Change soft key.
The phone displays a list of language
options.
6. Use the navigation key to highlight a
language.
Select
7. Press the Select soft key.
The screen will change to the new
language selected.
Exit
8. Press the Exit soft key to return to the
main screen.
Logging on to your IP Deskphone
You need to log on to your IP Deskphone when you first install and restart
your IP Deskphone and anytime you log off or reboot.
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Note 1: When you log on to the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone for
the first time, the system prompts you for a location. For more
information, see “Selecting a location” on page 56.
Note 2: The IP Deskphone retains the previous user logon ID, which
appears after the ID prompt whenever the IP Deskphone reboots.
To logon to the IP Deskphone:
abc
1. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic or
numeric input.
2. Use the dialpad to enter your user ID
login at the prompt.
Note: Use the left navigation key to
backspace and remove a previous user
ID.
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Login
3. Press the Login context-sensitive soft
key.
If Authentication is enabled by your
system administration, you are
presented with the Authentication ID
screen. The authentication ID is
autofilled with your user ID.
If Authentication is not enabled, a new
screen appears and prompts you for
your password.
a. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive
soft key to toggle between alphanumeric
or numeric input.
b. Use the dialpad to enter your
authentication ID login at the prompt.
c. Press the Login context-sensitive soft
key.
A new screen appears and prompts you
for your user password.
4. Enter your password by using the
dialpad.
Note 1: When you enter your password,
the last character entered appears.
However, all previous characters are
hidden.
Note 2: When you enter your password
and you use the navigation key to
backspace, you erase all the characters
and must completely reenter your
password again.
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5. Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key.
Next
Cancel
Note: You can cancel the login process
by pressing one of the following keys:
— Cancel context-sensitive soft key
— Goodbye fixed key
— Quit fixed keys
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Configuring the duration of the login
After you enter your logon ID and password the Duration screen
appears. You can enter the maximum length of time of the session. If you
choose to use the default duration Permanent, you remain logged on to
the IP Deskphone until you log off.
To configure the login duration:
1. Choose one of the following:
Next
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to set the logon duration to
Permanent. A login confirmation
screen appears.
Timed
— Press the Timed context-sensitive
soft key to open a screen to set a
maximum time to remain logged in.
Note: If you press the Timed contextsensitive soft key, you must then set the
duration of the login.
Period
2. Press the Period context-sensitive soft
key to toggle the logon duration entries
between hours or days.
3. Do one of the following:
Next
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— Use the dialpad to enter the number
of hours or days you want to remain
logged on and press the Next
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Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the permanent
logon screen.
Cancel
— Press the Cancel context-sensitive
soft key to return to the first logon
screen.
Timed logoff
When you determine a logon time other than permanent, the IP
Deskphone reminds you of your expiry time.
Timed logoff while the IP Deskphone is idle
When the login time expires and the IP Deskphone is idle (not on a call),
you can do one of the following at the prompt:
•
Press the Yes context-sensitive soft key to log off immediately.
•
Press the No context-sensitive soft key to switch to Permanent logon.
•
Press the Quit or Release/Goodbye key to logout immediately.
If you do not respond, the prompt times out in 45 seconds and the IP
Deskphone logs off.
If you answer a call during the logout prompt, the logon switches to
permanent login.
Timed logoff while on a call
When the login time expires while you are on a call, you can do one of the
following at the prompt:
•
Press the Yes context-sensitive soft key to log off immediately.
•
Press the No context-sensitive soft key to switch to Permanent logon.
•
Press the Quit key to dismiss the log out prompt and switch to
permanent login.
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•
Press the Release/Goodbye key to dismiss the logout prompt and
switch to permanent login.
Note: If you press the Release/Goodbye key to dismiss the logout
prompt, you also terminate the call.
If you do not respond, the prompt times out in 45 seconds and the IP
Deskphone switches to permanent login.
Selecting a location
When you first login to the IP Deskphone, the system prompts you for a
location. The location you select is saved in your User Profile.
Depending on your service provider, the Enhanced Emergency Service
uses the location you select or the Directory Number (DN) on the call
server, when handling emergency calls. The configuration of the call
server determines how emergency service calls are handled by your IP
Deskphone.
Note 1: During an emergency call, you cannot log out from the IP
Deskphone or release or disconnect the call. The IP Deskphone
remains connected to the emergency service until the emergency
service operator disconnects it.
Note 2: If the login time expires during an emergency call, a prompt
does not appears and the IP Deskphone automatically switches to
permanent login.
Note 3: When you set your user profile for the first time, you must
confirm that the selected location is correct. You can view your
location by accessing the IP Deskphone information screen. For more
information, see “Viewing the IP Deskphone information” on
page 165.)
User Profile
Your User Profile contains your specific settings and data. You are
prompted to create a User Profile the first time you log on to your IP
Deskphone. If you delete your User Profile, the IP Deskphone reboots,
and you must log on and create a new User Profile. When you log on to
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your IP Deskphone, your specific settings and data are automatically
available for you.
The information stored in your user profile includes:
•
Independent volume adjustments for handset, headset, and
handsfree
•
Alerting Volume adjustment
•
Idle Screen display text
•
Display Contrast and Backlight Screen Saver settings
•
Voice Mail settings (number and mailbox ID)
•
User location (from a server-provided list)
•
Time, Date, and Zone format settings
•
Default dialing (alpha/numeric)
•
Call Ignore action (local/network)
•
Search method (Name, First character, Index)
•
Dialing pattern default (alpha/numeric)
•
Address Book entries
•
Call Inbox entries
•
Programmable keys configuration
Confirmation logon screen
When you complete the logon process, the logon confirmation screen
appears. Press the OK context-sensitive soft key to complete the logon
process.
If the login is unsuccessful, a login error message Failed to login
user, Authentication required appears. Press the OK contextsensitive soft key to return to the first logon screen. The most common
cause for logon failure is the incorrect entry of your password.
Note: In case of login failures, the IP Deskphone displays the
message “Failed to login user” and then automatically returns to the
login screen.
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Logging off from the Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphone
To log off from the IP Deskphone:
1. Press the Services fixed key, and then
select Logout from the menu.
abc
2. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic or
numeric input.
3. Use the dialpad to enter your password
at the prompt.
4. Choose one of the following:
Logout
Back
or
— Press the Logout context-sensitive
soft key to complete the logout
process. The IP Deskphone returns
to the User Login screen.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to remain logged on and
return to the Services menu.
Logging on and off from a different
extension
This feature allows you to log on to a different deskphone using your own
extension number.
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To log on from a different deskphone
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
Elogl
2. Press the Elogl soft key.
The screen displays Extension
login?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: User ID:>
4. Using the key pad, enter the extension
number of your deskphone.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: Password:>
6. Using the key pad, enter the password
for your deskphone.
The deskphone displays the
confirmation message Login OK.
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To log off from a different deskphone
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
ElogO
2. Press the ElogO soft key.
The screen displays Extension
logout?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: Password:>
4. Using the key pad, enter the extension
number of your deskphone.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The deskphone displays the
confirmation message Logout OK.
Making an emergency call
You can use the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone to make an
emergency call to the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) from any
accessible screen without logging on.
When you pick up the handset, press the handsfree button or headset
button without logging on, a message “Emergency calls only” appears,
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and the IP Deskphone can only be used to make an emergency call. All
context-sensitive soft keys and feature keys are blank and unusable
except for the second context-sensitive soft key which allows you to
switch between numeric and alphabetic characters.
Note: When the IP Deskphone is waiting for the user to log on or it is
blocked by a screen saver, you can still make an emergency call. If
you pick up the handset, a message "Emergency calls only" appears
and the IP Deskphone can be used for making only emergency calls.
To make an emergency call:
1. Choose one of the following:
— Pick up the handset.
— Press the handsfree button.
— Press the headset button.
Note: Hang up or switch off the handset
to return to normal state.
2. Dial the emergency number that is
provided by your dialing plan.
Send
3. Press the Send context-sensitive soft
key.
Note: If you try to dial the number that
does not match the dialing plan, a
message appears to inform you that the
number is incorrect.
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Configuring Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphones
You can adjust a few settings of the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone to
conform to the environment where you want to use the phone. These
settings are saved to your User Profile. This chapter describes some of
the settings that you can customize on your IP Deskphone.
•
“Adjusting the display screen contrast” on page 62
•
“Creating the idle screen text display” on page 63
•
“Configuring Menu auto back-out” on page 64
•
“Adjusting the volume” on page 66
•
“Selecting a language” on page 70
•
“Selecting the date and time format” on page 71
Adjusting the display screen contrast
Note: Adjusting the display screen contrast of the IP Deskphone also
adjusts the Expansion Module contrast, if you have an Expansion
Module connected to your IP Deskphone.
To adjust the display screen contrast:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Display, Display Settings
and then select Contrast.
2. Press the Left/Right navigation key to
increase or decrease the display
contrast level.
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3. Choose one of the following:
Apply
Cancel
or
— Press the Apply context-sensitive
soft key to save the changes and
return to the Display menu.
— Press the Cancel context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
Display menu.
Creating the idle screen text display
You can create a text to display on the screen, while the IP Deskphone is
idle.
To create the idle screen display text:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Display, and select Idle
Screen Text Display.
abc
2. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic or
numeric input.
3. Use the dialpad to enter the display text
you want to appear on the idle screen
display of the IP Deskphone.
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4. Choose one of the following:
Save
Back
or
— Press the Save context-sensitive
soft key to save the idle screen text
display.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing screen
display text and return to the
Display menu.
Configuring Menu auto back-out
You can use the Menu Auto back-out feature to configure the time interval
required for the IP Deskphone to go back to the idle screen when the IP
Deskphone is left inactive.
To configure Menu Auto back-out:
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, choose Display, and then Menu
Auto back-out.
Prefs
2. Choose one of the following:
Select
Back
or
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
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3. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll through the screen and choose the
required time interval.
Choose one of the following values:
— Never
— 10 min
— 5 min
— 2 min
— 1 min
— 30 sec
— 15 sec
Note: The Never option turns off Menu
Auto back-out.
4. Choose one of the following:
Select
Back
or
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to configure the Auto backout time to the selected (highlighted)
value and return to the Display
menu.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to dismiss the Auto back-out
time menu and return to the Display
menu.
Note: When you enter the Auto back-out menu, the current
configuration for the Menu Auto back-out time is pre-selected
(highlighted) on the list.
When you press the Select context-sensitive soft key, the time interval is
flagged to commit to the configured preferences (done after the idle
screen is displayed), and is used for menu auto back-outs from that point
forward.
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Selecting a ring pattern
You can use the ring pattern feature to select the ring pattern for an
incoming call.
To select the ring pattern for an incoming call:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Audio, select Tones, and
then select Ring Pattern.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll through and highlight the different
ring patterns displayed on the LCD
screen.
Select
3. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to set the ring pattern and
return to the Tones menu.
Test
Back
— Press the Test context-sensitive soft
key to briefly play the selected ring
pattern.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
previous menu.
Adjusting the volume
You can adjust the volume of the IP Deskphone for the following:
•
Ring Volume
•
Handset Volume
•
Headset Volume
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•
Handsfree Volume
A sliding scale appears on the LCD screen display when you adjust the
volume. Adjusting the ring volume
You can adjust the ring volume for an incoming call.
To adjust the ring volume for an incoming call:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Audio, select Tones, and
then select Alerting Volume.
2. To adjust the ring volume of an incoming
call do one of the following:
— Press the Left/Right navigation key.
— Press the Volume fixed keys to
increase or decrease the volume.
3. Choose one of the following:
Set
Back
or
— Press the Set context-sensitive soft
key to set the selected volume and
return to the Tones menu.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
Tones menu.
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Adjusting the volume of the Handset, Headset,
and Handsfree mode
You can adjust the volume for the handset, headset, and the handsfree
speaker of the IP Deskphone.
To adjust the volume of the handset:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Audio, select Voice, and
then select Handset.
2. To adjust the handset volume use one of
the following methods:
— Press the Left/Right navigation key
to increase or decrease the volume
of the handset.
— Press the Volume + fixed key to
increase the handset volume or
press the Volume - fixed key to
decrease the handset volume.
Note: To adjust the volume during a call,
use only the Volume + and
Volume - fixed keys.
3. Choose one of the following:
Set
Back
or
— Press the Set context-sensitive soft
key to set the selected volume and
return to the Voice menu.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep existing
configurations and return to the
Voice menu.
You can adjust the headset volume on the IP Deskphone.
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To adjust the headset volume:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Audio, select Voice, and
then select Headset.
2. To adjust the handset volume use one of
the following methods:
— Press the Left/Right navigation key
to increase or decrease the volume
of the handset.
— Press the Volume + fixed key to
increase the handset volume or
press the Volume - fixed key to
decrease the handset volume.
Note: To adjust the volume during a call,
use only the Volume + and
Volume - fixed keys.
3. Choose one of the following:
Set
Back
or
— Press the Set context-sensitive soft
key to set the selected volume and
return to the Voice menu.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
Voice menu.
You can adjust the handsfree mode volume on the IP Deskphone.
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To adjust the handsfree mode volume:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Audio, select Voice, and
then select Handsfree.
2. To adjust the handsfree volume use one
of the following methods:
— Press the Left/Right navigation key
to increase or decrease the volume
of the handset.
— Press the Volume + fixed key to
increase the handset volume or
press the Volume - fixed key to
decrease the handset volume.
Note: To adjust the volume during a call,
use only the Volume + and
Volume - fixed keys.
3. Choose one of the following:
Set
Back
or
— Press the Set context-sensitive soft
key to set the selected volume and
return to the Voice menu.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
Voice menu.
Selecting a language
The display is available in multiple languages. A maximum of five
languages are accessible through the IP Deskphone. The system
administrator determines which languages are available for your IP
Deskphone.
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To select a language:
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, and then select Language. The
current language displays.
Prefs
2. Press the Change context-sensitive soft
key to change the language.
Change
3. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll and highlight the desired language
(for example, German [Deutsche]).
4. Choose one of the following:
Select
Back
or
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to save the desired
language and return to the previous
screen.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to keep the existing
configurations and return to the
Preferences menu.
Selecting the date and time format
Several date and time formats are available. Formats are based on the
12-hour and 24-hour clocks.
To select a date format:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs soft key.
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2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Misc Options in the menu.
Select
3. Press the Select soft key.
4. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Time in the menu.
Change
5. Press the Change soft key.
The screen displays a series of options.
6. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Date Format in the menu.
Change
7. Press the Change soft key.
8. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll and select the format you want to
use.
Select
9. Press the Select soft key to save the
format.
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Back
Exit
or
10. Press the Back soft key to return to the
menu and press the Exit soft key to
return to the main screen.
The IP Deskphone provides the ability for you to select a time zone;
however, your system administrator sets the time zone on the IP Office
caller server. Your selection will be overwritten if the system administrator
has configured the time zone differently.
To select a time zone:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs soft key.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Misc Options in the menu.
Select
3. Press the Select soft key.
4. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Time in the menu.
Change
5. Press the Change soft key.
The screen displays a series of options.
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6. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Timezone in the menu.
Change
7. Press the Change soft key.
8. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll through and highlight the time
zones.
Note: Time zones are listed based on
GMT format, for example:
— GMT -11:00 Samoa
— GMT -10:00 Hawaii
Select
9. Press the Select soft key.
Back
Exit
or
10. Press the Back soft key to return to the
menu and press the Exit soft key to
return to the main screen.
You can select the time zone format for your IP Deskphone.
To select a time format:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs soft key.
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2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Misc Options in the menu.
Select
3. Press the Select soft key.
4. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Time in the menu.
Change
5. Press the Change soft key.
The screen displays a series of options.
6. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Time Format in the menu.
Change
7. Press the Change soft key.
8. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
scroll and highlight a time format:
— 12-hour
— 24-hour
— French
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Back
Exit
or
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9. Press the Back soft key to return to the
menu and press the Exit soft key to
return to the main screen.
Making a call
Making a call
This section describes the methods you can use to make a call. You can
make a call from your Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone using one of the
following:
•
“Making a call using off-hook dialing” on page 78
•
“Making a call using on-hook dialing” on page 80
•
“Making a call using redial” on page 82
•
“Making an intercom call” on page 83
•
“Making paging calls” on page 84
•
“Making a call using automatic callback” on page 85
•
“Joining a conference call” on page 86
You can also initiate a call while using one of the following features:
•
“The Address Book” on page 107
•
“Call Inbox” on page 121
When an outgoing call fails to connect to the destination, one of the
following messages appears:
•
Declined, Temporarily unavailable
•
Declined, Cannot find user
•
Declined, User has declined call
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Making a call using off-hook dialing
To make a call using off-hook dialing:
1. Make a call by using one of the following
off-hook dialing methods:
— Press the Line feature key
— Lift the handset
— Press the Headset fixed key
— Press the Handsfree fixed key
The IP Deskphone produces a dial tone.
2. You can make a call using one of the
following methods:
— Enter the phone number or SIP
address by using the dialpad.
abc
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Note: The abc/123 context-sensitive
soft key toggles between alphabetic and
numeric input.
Making a call
Redial
— Press the Redial context-sensitive
soft key to dial the last dialed
number.
Note: The Redial context-sensitive soft
key only appears if a number or address
was previously entered.
Msgs
— Press the Msgs context-sensitive
soft key and select Voice Mail from
the Messages menu to access your
voice mail.
— Press the Speed dial feature key
that you programed to call with a
commonly used or important phone
number or SIP address.
Send
3. Press the Send context-sensitive soft
key to immediately initiate the call.
Note: The IP Deskphone automatically
initiates a call shortly after you enter the
SIP address or phone number.
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Making a call using on-hook dialing
You can make a call by using on-hook dialing. Enter the SIP address or
the phone number before going off-hook.
Note: When you use this method, you cannot toggle between
alphabetic or numeric input.
To make a call using on-hook dialing:
1. Dial the number or SIP address.
Chad
2. Continue the call by using one of the
following methods:
— Press the line feature key.
— Press the Headset fixed key.
— Press the Handsfree fixed key.
3. To terminate the call, choose one of the
following:
— Replace the handset into the cradle.
— Press the Goodbye key.
Using handsfree calling
While on an active call, you can switch between the handset and
handsfree mode.
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To end a handsfree call:
Press the Goodbye key
To mute a handsfree call:
1. Press the Mute key.
The LED indicator lights.
2. Press the Mute key again to return to a
two-way handsfree conversation.
To switch from the handsfree to handset mode:
Lift the handset.
To switch from the handset mode to handsfree mode:
1. Press the Handsfree key.
The LED indicator lights with a solid red
light.
2. Replace the handset.
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To use a headset:
1. Connect the headset to the headset jack
or the handset jack.
2. Press the Headset key.
The LED indicator lights.
3. Press the Goodbye key or press the
button on the wireless headset, if
equipped, to release a call.
To switch from handsfree to headset:
1. Press the Headset key.
The LED indicator lights.
Making a call using redial
Automatically redial the last telephone number that you dialed.
To make a call using redial:
1. Redial the last number called by using
one of the following methods:
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Redial
— Press the Redial sofkey to
immediately initiate the call.
Note: The Redial context-sensitive soft
key only appears if a number or address
was previously entered.
OR
Feature
— Press the Feature soft key.
— Press the 5 on the key pad.
Enter
— Press the Enter key, located in the
center of the navigation key, to
initiate the call.
Making an intercom call
To make a call using the intercom:
Feature
IAuto
1. Press the Feature soft key.
2. Press the IAuto soft key.
The screen displays Voice/Auto IC?.
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Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: Voice/Auto IC:>
4. Enter the extension number you wish to
call.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
Making paging calls
To make a call using paging:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
GrpPg
2. Press the GrpPg soft key.
The screen displays the message Page
group?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: GrpPg:>
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4. Enter the number (or group number) that
you wish to page.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
Making a call using automatic callback
You can set an automatic callback for a user that you have called but who
has not answered. When the user next ends a call, the telephone system
will call you and when you answer, will automatically make a call to the
user.
To make a call using automatic callback:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
AutoCB
2. Press the AutCB soft key.
The screen displays Automatic
Callback?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays the confirmation
message Activation OK.
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To deactivate automatic callback:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
AutoCB
2. Press the AutCB soft key.
The screen displays Automatic
Callback?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to toggle the
setting.
The screen displays the confirmation
message Deactivation OK.
Joining a conference call
You can use the Conference Meet Me feature to join a specific
conference call.
To join a conference call:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CnfMM
2. Press the CnfMM soft key.
The screen displays Conference
Meet Me?
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Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: Conference ID:>
4. Using the key pad, enter the ID number
of the conference you wish to join. The
conference ID is from 1-10 digits in
length.
Note: Ad hoc conferences are assigned
IDs starting at 100. Use numbers outside
of this range for the Meet Me
conferences.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
confirmation message: To:
Conference <#>.
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Receiving a call
When you receive a call, you are typically notified by the alerting ring, and
the incoming caller identification appears on the LCD screen.
Caller identification
When you receive an incoming SIP call, the Caller ID information appears
on the LCD screen. When you receive a call from a contact that is entered
in the IP Deskphone Address Book, the caller information appears as it is
in the Address Book.
You can restrict the information displayed for incoming calls or for calls
you make. For more information, see “Configuring privacy settings” on
page 160.
This chapter contains information about the following topics:
•
“Answering an incoming call” on page 88.
•
“Ignoring an incoming call” on page 89.
•
“Configuring Do Not Disturb” on page 90
•
“Setting an interval for after-call work” on page 92
•
“Receiving intercom calls” on page 93.
•
“Receiving paging calls” on page 93.
•
“Receiving calls to a pickup group” on page 94
•
“Receiving voice mail” on page 96
•
“Forwarding calls to another number” on page 98
Answering an incoming call
When you can answer an incoming call, you can choose one of four
methods.
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To answer an incoming call:
1. Choose one of the following:
Answer
— Press the Answer context-sensitive
soft key that activates a Handsfree
call.
— Lift the handset.
— Press the Headset fixed key.
— Press the Handsfree fixed key.
Ignoring an incoming call
You can terminate an incoming call alert without answering the call or
sending a Decline Call reason by pressing the Ignore context-sensitive
soft key or by pressing the Goodbye fixed key. The caller continues to
hear the ringing tone but is unaware that you are ignoring the call.
You can set the Call Ignore feature to either Local or Network. When Call
Ignore is set to Local, only that IP Deskphone is affected, and it stops
ringing when you press the Ignore context-sensitive soft key. When Call
Ignore is set to Network and you press the Ignore context-sensitive soft
key, the IP Deskphone stops ringing, and a message is sent to the
network indicating that you are busy at all SIP IP Deskphones you are
logged on to, and that server should stop trying to contact you.
To set the Ignore feature to Local or Network press the Prefs contextsensitive soft key, select Feature Options, and then select Call Ignore
Action from the menu. Press the Change context-sensitive key to
change the Call Ignore setting to either Call Ignore: Local, or Call Ignore:
Network.
Note: When you are on active call and you receive an incoming call,
do not press the Goodbye fixed key to ignore an incoming call. If you
press the Goodbye fixed key, the current call disconnects. Press the
Ignore context-sensitive soft key to ignore the incoming call.
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To ignore an incoming call:
Prefs
Change
Ignore
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Feature Options, and then
select Call Ignore Action from the
menu.
2. Press the Change context-sensitive key
to change the Call Ignore setting to
either Call Ignore: Local or Call Ignore:
Network
3. To terminate an incoming call alert and
ignore the incoming call, do one of the
following:
— Press the Ignore context-sensitive
soft key to terminate an incoming
call.
— Press the Goodbye fixed key when
you are not on an active call.
Configuring Do Not Disturb
You can use the Do Not Disturb feature to prevent incoming calls.
To prevent an incoming call:
Feature
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1. Press the Feature soft key.
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DND
2. Press the DND soft key.
The screen displays Do Not Disturb?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays Do Not Disturb
to indicate that the feature is activated. If
you have assigned DND to a
programmable key, the Do Not Disturb
icon displays next to the button while the
feature is active.
To cancel Do Not Disturb:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
DND
2. Press the DND soft key.
The screen displays Do Not Disturb?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to toggle the
setting.
The screen displays Allow Calls to
confirm that incoming calls will not be
blocked. The Do Not Disturb icon is
removed from the screen.
If you have assigned DND to a
programmable key, the Do Not Disturb
icon is removed to indicate that the
feature is currently inactive.
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Setting an interval for after-call work
The After Call Work feature allows you to have an interval of time
between disconnecting from one call and receiving another incoming
CCR Agent hunt group call. During the interval, any CCR Agent hunt
group calls are prevented but direct calls to your extension are
received.This feature prevents incoming hunt group calls for an interval of
time that is set by your system administrator.
To set an interval for after-call work:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
ACWrk
2. Press the ACWrk soft key.
The screen displays After Call
Work?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays After Call Work
to confirm that incoming calls will be
prevented.
To cancel after-call work:
Feature
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ACWrk
2. Press the ACWrk soft key.
The screen displays After Call
Work?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to toggle the
setting.
The screen displays Allow Calls to
confirm that incoming calls will be
received.
Receiving intercom calls
Your IP Deskphone can be part of an intercom group. After you receive a
call from the intercom group, the following occurs:
•
You receive a call notification and the IP Deskphone rings; the display
is similar to the display of a normal call.
•
The IP Deskphone auto-answers the intercom call on handsfree after
the configured number of seconds pass by.
•
The IP Deskphone auto-answers only if you do not answer the call
within the configured time limit.
•
If you are on an active call, the IP Deskphone does not auto-answer
the incoming intercom call.
Receiving paging calls
Your IP Deskphone can be part of a paging group. After you receive a call
from the paging group, the following happens:
•
The display on the screen includes a <<Paging>> tag, the From
header, and optional subject.
•
The IP Deskphone establishes a one-way speech path between the
IP Deskphone and the caller; that is, you can only hear the call, you
cannot respond.
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•
The IP Deskphone does not display context-sensitive soft keys.
•
The IP Deskphone blocks all key events, such as line keys and digit
keys, except for the Volume up and down keys, the Mute on and off
key, and the Release key (Goodbye key).
•
If you are on an active call, the IP Deskphone does not auto-answer
the page call.
•
While the page call is active, Do Not Disturb (DND) is enabled on the
IP Deskphone; the IP Deskphone does not accept other incoming
calls until the page call ends.
•
If you are in the process of making an outgoing call and a page call
comes in, the IP Deskphone ends the outgoing call and auto-answers
the page call.
Receiving calls to a pickup group
Your IP Deskphone can be part of a pickup group. In a pickup group,
each member can answer another member’s calls. The following options
are available for answering calls to a pickup group:
•
Group pickup: answer an incoming call to any group of which you are
a member.
•
Direct pickup: answer an incoming call at an extension number that is
not assigned to the group.
•
Pickup any: answer the first available incoming call.
Pickup groups are assigned by your system administrator.
To receive a call using group pickup:
Feature
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1. Press the Feature soft key,
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PickG
2. Press the PickG soft key.
The screen displays Group Pickup?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
To receive a pickup group call using direct pickup:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
PickG
2. Press the DPkUp soft key.
The screen displays Direct Pickup?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The IP deskphone displays the following
prompt: DpkUp>.
4. Enter the number of the phone from
which you wish to pickup the call.
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Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
To receive a pickup group call using pickup any:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
PickG
2. Press the PickA soft key.
The screen displays Call Pickup
Any?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
Receiving voice mail
The following sections describe how to use the voicemail functions on
your IP Deskphone:
•
“Enabling or disabling voice mail” on page 96
•
“Retrieving voice mail” on page 98
Enabling or disabling voice mail
You can control whether the IP Deskphone directs your unanswered calls
to voice mail.
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If you enable voice mail, and later disable voicemail so that new calls are
not directed to voicemail, the setting does not affect existing
messages.You can continue to access existing messages and use other
voicemail functions.
To enable voice mail:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
VM on
2. Press the VM on soft key.
The screen displays Voicemail On?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to enable voice
mail.
The screen displays the confirmation
message Voicemail On.
To disable voice mail:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
VM on
2. Press the VM on soft key.
The screen displays Voicemail On?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to toggle the
setting and disable voice mail.
The screen displays the confirmation
message Voicemail Off.
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Retrieving voice mail
To retrieve voice mail messages:
1. Choose one of the following methods:
Msgs
— Press the Msgs soft key.
The IP deskphone immediately connects
to your voice mail inbox.
OR
Feature
— Press the Feature soft key.
— Enter 981 on the key pad.
— Press the Enter key, located in the
center of the navigation key.
Forwarding calls to another number
You can redirect your calls to another telephone in your system. The IP
Deskphone allows you to control how your calls are redirected. The
following sections describe the options for redirecting calls:
•
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“Follow me” on page 103
Call forwarding
There are three options for call forwarding:
•
forward all calls immediately
•
forward calls only when there is no answer at your number
•
forward calls only when your line is busy
To activate call forwarding for all calls:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CFwd
2. Press the CFwd soft key.
The screen displays Call Forward?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
All
4. Press the All softkey.
The screen displays the last number to
which calls were forwarded.
5. Specify the number that you want to
forward the calls to:
Enable
— To forward calls to the same
number, press the Enable soft key.
OR
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Edit
Save
— To forward calls to a different
number, press the Edit soft key and
enter the number that you want to
forward the calls to.
— Press the Save soft key to save the
new number.
Enable
— Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Forward> and the
number to which calls will be forwarded.
To activate call forwarding–no answer:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CFwd
2. Press the CFwd soft key.
The screen displays Call Forward?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
NoAns
4. Press the NoAns soft key.
The screen displays Forward On No
Answer?
5. Specify the number that you want to
forward the calls to:
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Enable
— To forward calls to the last number
to which calls were forwarded, press
the Enable soft key.
OR
Edit
Save
— To forward calls to a different
number, press the Edit soft key and
enter the number that you want to
forward the calls to.
— Press the Save soft key to save the
new number.
Enable
— Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Forward> and the
number to which calls will be forwarded.
To activate call forwarding–busy:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CFwd
2. Press the CFwd soft key.
The screen displays Call Forward?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
Busy
4. Press the Busy soft key.
The screen displays Forward On
Busy?
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5. Specify the number that you want to
forward the calls to:
Enable
— To forward calls to the last number
to which calls were forwarded, press
the Enable soft key.
OR
Edit
Save
— To forward calls to a different
number, press the Edit soft key and
enter the number that you want to
forward the calls to.
— Press the Save soft key to save the
new number.
Enable
— Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Forward> and the
number to which calls will be forwarded.
To cancel call forwarding:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CFwd
2. Press the soft key for whichever type of
call forwarding is enabled:
— All
— Busy
— NoAns
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Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays the last number to
which calls were forwarded.
Disable
4. Press the Disable soft key.
The screen displays Cancel
forward> to confirm the change.
Note: If the IP Deskphone is ringing or is in Do Not Disturb mode,
you cannot forward the call.
Follow me
Follow me to is used to redirect your calls to another extension where you
will be working. The calls are presented with your user name so that you
can distinguish them from calls for the extension’s assigned user. This
allows you to share another person's phone without logging them off their
phone.
When you enable Follow me, the screen on your phone displays a
message to confirm that the feature is active, and indicates the extension
where the calls are redirected to. On the phone to which your calls are
redirected, the screen displays a message to confirm that the feature is
active and receiving calls from your extension.
The redirected calls are subject to all of your user settings as if they were
ringing at your phone. For example, if you do not answer the redirected
call, or if the line is busy, the redirected call is treated like an unanswered
call to your own extension.
Two options are available:
•
Follow Me To—use this option to enable the feature from your own
phone.
•
Follow Me Here—use this option to enable the feature from the
extension where you want to receive your calls.
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To redirect calls using Follow Me To:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
FolTo
2. Press the FolTo soft key.
The screen displays Follow Me To?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
The screen displays the last number to
which calls were redirected.
4. Specify the number that you want to
redirect the calls to:
Enable
— To redirect calls to the same
number, press the Enable soft key.
OR
Edit
Done
Enable
— To redirect calls to a different
number, press the Edit soft key and
enter the number that you want to
redirect the calls to.
— Press the Done soft key to save the
new number.
— Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Activation OK. .
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To redirect calls using Follow Me Here:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
Here+
2. Press the Here+ soft key.
The screen displays Follow Me Here?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
The screen displays the last number to
which calls were redirected.
4. Specify the number that you want to
redirect the calls to:
Enable
— To redirect calls to the same
number, press the Enable soft key.
OR
Edit
Done
Enable
— To redirect calls to a different
number, press the Edit soft key and
enter the number that you want to
redirect the calls to.
— Press the Done soft key to save the
new number.
— Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Activation OK. .
To cancel Follow Me Here:
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When you cancel Follow Me Here, you must do so from the same
extension where you activated the feature and received the redirected
calls.
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
Here2. Press the Here- soft key.
The screen displays Cancel Follow
Me Here?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
Edit
4. Press the Edit soft key and at the
prompt, enter your own extension
number.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key when you have
finished entering your extension number.
Enable
6. Press the Enable soft key.
The screen displays Activation OK.
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The Address Book
The Address Book is a personal directory of contacts from which you can
make a phone call.You can access the Address Book while on a call and
start a new call from the highlighted contact. You can use the Address
Book for the following:
•
“Viewing the Address Book” on page 107
•
“Initiating a call from the Address Book” on page 107
•
“Adding a contact to your Address Book” on page 109
•
“Editing a contact in your Address Book” on page 110
•
“Copying information to the Address Book” on page 114
•
“Searching for a contact in the Address Book” on page 116
Viewing the Address Book
To access the Address Book, press the Directory fixed key or press the
View context-sensitive soft key, and then select Address Book from the
menu. See Figure on page 107.
To view information about a contact use the navigation button to highlight
a name, and then press the View context-sensitive soft key. The name,
SIP address, and designation of contact or not as Friend appears.
When you view the details of a contact, you can:
•
Edit the contact information. For more information, see “Editing a
contact in your Address Book” on page 110.
Initiating a call from the Address Book
You can initiate a call directly from your IP Deskphone Address Book.
Note: If your service provider requires that a Directory Number (DN)
be used to initiate a call, the Address Book entry must have the DN to
initiate a call.
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First, go off-hook by using one of the methods described in the section
“Making a call using off-hook dialing” on page 78.
You can also access the Address Book while on an active call and initiate
a new call. The IP Deskphone automatically places the active call on hold
when you initiate a new call.
To initiate a call to a contact stored in the Address Book:
1. Press the Directory fixed key to select a
contact from the Address Book to call.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a contact on the list.
View
3. Press the View context-sensitive soft
key to make a call to the contact.
4. Choose one of the following:
Call
Back
or
— Press the Call context-sensitive soft
key to make a call to the contact.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the off-hook
screen.
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Adding a contact to your Address Book
You can add a new contacts to the Address Book of the IP Deskphone.
To add a contact to your Address Book:
1. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Directory fixed key.
Add
— Press the Add context-sensitive soft
key, select Address Book from the
menu, and then press the New
context-sensitive soft key.
abc
2. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic and
numeric characters.
3. Choose one of the following:
Next
— Use the dialpad to enter a name for
the new contact and press the Next
context-sensitive soft key to
continue.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
4. Use the dialpad to enter a phone number
or SIP address (URI) for the new
contact.
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5. Do one of the following to complete the
entry:
Yes
No
Back
Ok
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to add the contact to a group
and then select the group for the
contact to be added.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key if you do not want the contact to
a group, and return to the address
menu screen.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
6. Press the Ok context-sensitive soft key
to complete the entry and return to the
Address Book menu.
Editing a contact in your Address Book
You can edit a contact in your Address Book.
To edit a contact in your Address Book:
1. Press the Directory fixed key.
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View
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the contact you want to edit,
and then press the View contextsensitive soft key.
Edit
3. Press the Edit context-sensitive soft key
to edit the contact information.
abc
4. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic and
numeric characters.
5. Use the dialpad to enter the new name
for the contact.
Next
6. Choose one of the following:
Back
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to continue.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Note: If you only need to change the SIP
address or phone number for the
contact, press the Next context-sensitive
soft key without making changes to the
name.
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7. Use the dialpad to enter a new phone
number or new SIP address (URI) for the
contact.
Next
8. Choose one of the following:
Back
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to continue.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Yes
No
9. Do one of the following to complete the
entry:
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to designate the contact as a
friend and return to the address
menu screen.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key if you do not want a contact
designated as a friend and return to
the address menu screen.
Note: If the contact is already
designated as a friend then the question
Remove from friends? appears.
Press the Yes context-sensitive soft key
to remove the contact from your friends
list or press the No context-sensitive soft
key to keep the contact on your friends
list.
Back
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— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
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Ok
10. Press the Ok context-sensitive soft key
to complete the entry and return to the
previous menu.
To delete a contact from your Address Book:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the contact you want to delete
and press the View context-sensitive
soft key.
View
Edit
2. Press the Edit context-sensitive soft key
to access the contact information.
Delete
3. Press the Delete context-sensitive soft
key to completely delete the contact from
the Address Book.
Ok
4. Choose one of the following:
Back
— Press the Ok context-sensitive soft
key to confirm.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Ok
5. Press the Ok context-sensitive soft key
to complete the procedure and return to
the Address Book.
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Copying information to the Address Book
To copy information from the Call Inbox screen to the Address Book use
the Copy fixed key.
To copy a contact to the Address Book:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the contact in the Call Inbox
that you want to add to your Address
Book and press the Copy fixed key.
Copy
A new screen appears offering the following
destinations for the contact information:
— 1. Address Book
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the Address Book and press
the Select context-sensitive soft key.
Select
abc
3. Press the abc context-sensitive soft key
to toggle between alphanumeric and
numeric characters.
4. Use the dialpad to enter a name for the
new entry.
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5. Choose one of the following:
Next
Back
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to continue.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Note: If you do not need to change the
name for the contact, press the Next
context-sensitive soft key.
6. Use the dialpad to enter a new phone
number or new SIP address for the
above contact.
Next
7. Choose one of the following:
Back
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to continue.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Note: If you do not need to change the
name for the contact, press the Next
context-sensitive soft key.
8. Do one of the following to complete the
entry:
Yes
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to add the contact to a group
and then select the group for the
contact to be added.
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No
Back
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key if you do not want a contact
designated as a friend and return to
the address menu screen.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
9. Choose one of the following:
Yes
No
OK
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to designate the contact as a
friend.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key if you do not want to designate
the contact as a friend and return to
the address menu screen.
10. Press the OK context-sensitive soft key
to complete the entry and return to the
previous menu.
Searching for a contact in the Address Book
When you access the IP Deskphone Address Book you can perform a
search for a contact using one of the following methods:
•
Index Search (performs a search based on the index number you
enter)
•
1st Character Search (performs a search based on the first character
you enter)
•
Name Search (performs a search based on the name you enter)
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To change the search method of the IP Deskphone:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Misc Options, and then
highlight Search Method from the
menu.
Change
2. Press the Change context-sensitive soft
key.
3. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the Search Method you want to
use as the default when you search for a
contact:
— 1. Index Search
— 2. 1st Character Search
— 3. Name Search
Select
4. Press the Select context-sensitive soft
key to select a search method, and then
return to the previous menu.
Using the Search feature in the Address Book
To search for a contact while accessing your personal Address Book, use
the dialpad to enter the search information. For example:
•
Index Search—to search for a contact by using the Index Search
method, enter the index number. When entering an index number
larger than 9, you must enter the next digit quickly to move to that
item on the list. For example, if the address you need is item 28 on
the list, you must enter the digit 8 quickly after entering the digit 2.
•
1st Character Search—to search for a contact whose name begins
with the letter d, using the dialpad, press the d (3) key on the dialpad.
The first entry in the Address Book that begins with the letter d
appears.
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•
Name Search—to search for a specific name in your personal
Address Book, enter the name by using the dialpad.
Using the Search feature
You can search for a contact that is in your Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphone Address Book. You can save a contact name and SIP
address found on the call server to your personal Address Book stored in
your IP Deskphone.
Using Local Search
You can search for a contact that is stored in your Address Book.
To search for a contact stored in your Address Book:
1. Press the Services fixed key, select
Search, and then select Local Search
from the menu.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key and
then press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to choose a search criteria:
— 1. User Name
— 2. Name
Select
abc
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— 3. Phone Number
3. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic and
numeric characters.
The Address Book
4. Use the dialpad to enter the search
information for the contact.
Search
5. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Search context-sensitive
soft key.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
Note: When the search is unsuccessful,
the following message appears:
No entries found for <search
criteria>
6. When a search result is successful, you
can do one of the following:
Call
— Press the Up/Down navigation key
to highlight a contact, from the
search result and press the Call
context-sensitive soft key to initiate a
call.
Search
— Press the Search context-sensitive
soft key to start a new search.
Exit
— Press the Exit context-sensitive soft
key to return to the idle screen.
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The Address Book
Search
Exit
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7. When a search result is not successful,
you can do one of the following:
— Press the Search context-sensitive
soft key to return to the search menu
and begin a new search.
— Press the Exit context-sensitive soft
key to return to the idle screen.
Call Inbox
Call Inbox
While your IP Deskphone is active, all incoming calls are saved in your
Call Inbox. You can view the following details about each call:
•
Call status (Missed)
•
Name of the caller
•
SIP address
•
Time of the call
•
Number of consecutive calls each caller made to you
You can set the filter on your Call Inbox to display all incoming calls or
missed calls. You can access your Call Inbox while the IP Deskphone is
idle or while you are on a call.
Accessing the Call Inbox
You can access the Call Inbox and initiate a call when the IP Deskphone
is:
•
Idle. For more information, see “Managing calls in the Call Inbox while
not on a call” on page 121.
•
Active. For more information, see “Accessing the calls in your Call
Inbox during a call” on page 130.
Managing calls in the Call Inbox while not on a call
You can manage calls in the Call Inbox while you are not on a call.
To manage calls in the Call Inbox while not on a call:
1. Press the Msg/Inbox fixed key.
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2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call from the list of calls in
your Call Inbox.
Note: You can initiate a call to the
highlighted caller. For more information,
see “Initiating a call from the Call Inbox”
on page 128.
Enter
3. Do one of the following:
— To place a call to the selected
address using the primary login of
the IP Deskphone, press the Enter
key.
— To view the details of a highlighted
call, press the Right navigation key.
See “Viewing the details of a call in
the Call Inbox” on page 124.
— To leave the detail view and return to
the main inbox screen, press the
Left navigation key.
Missed
All
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— Press the Missed context-sensitive
soft key to toggle the view filter from
the All context-sensitive soft key to
the Missed context-sensitive soft
key. See “Managing missed calls” on
page 125.
— The All context-sensitive soft key is
displayed when the view mode is on
Missed, and displays all the calls in
the Call Inbox.
Call Inbox
Delete
— Press the Delete context-sensitive
soft key to delete the highlighted call
or all calls in your Call Inbox. See
“Deleting calls in your Call Inbox” on
page 129.
Exit
— Press the Exit context-sensitive soft
key to exit the Call Inbox.
Table 8 on page 123 provides a list of additional user interactions for the
main inbox screen.
Table 8: Additional user interactions
Item
Function
Use the Enter key to place a call to the
selected address using the primary login
of the IP Deskphone.
The Enter key has the same behavior as
the Call context-sensitive soft key.
Use the Dial pad to select an item by
index.
To place a call to the address of the
selected call log entry from the primary
logged in user of the IP Deskphone, do
one of the following:
— Lift the handset.
— Press the Headset fixed key.
— Press the Handsfree fixed key.
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Table 8: Additional user interactions
Item
Function
Press the Line key to place a call to the
address of the selected call log entry
from the user logged in on the selected
line key.
Viewing the details of a call in the Call Inbox
To view details of a call in the Call Inbox:
1. When you view the details of a call in the
Call Inbox, you can do the following:
— Initiate a call to the caller displayed
on the screen. For more information,
see “Initiating a call from the Call
Inbox” on page 128.
Call
Prev
— Press the Call context-sensitive soft
key to place a call to the selected
address using the primary login of
the IP Deskphone.
— Press the Prev context-sensitive soft
key to select and display he details
of the previous entry in the call log.
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Next
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to select and display the details
of the next entry in the call log.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to leave the detail view and
return to the main inbox screen.
Call Inbox
Managing missed calls
When you do not answer incoming calls, the number of new calls appears
on the IP Deskphone LCD screen. For example, if you miss three calls
the following message appears: 3 new calls.
Note: When you view a missed call in your Call Inbox, the new call
message no longer appears on the LCD screen. The new calls are
stored as missed calls.
To view missed calls:
Msgs
1. Press the Msg/Inbox fixed keyand press
the Missed context-sensitive soft key.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call from the list of missed
calls.
3. Press the Right context-sensitive soft
key to view the details of the missed call.
Note: You manage the missed call the
same as any call that is in your Call
Inbox. For more information, see
“Viewing the details of a call in the Call
Inbox” on page 124 and “Initiating a call
from the Call Inbox” on page 128.
All
4. To view all the calls in the Call Inbox,
press the All context-sensitive soft key.
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Call Inbox
Delete
5. To delete the highlighted missed call or
all missed calls, press the Delete
context-sensitive soft key. For more
information, see “Deleting calls in your
Call Inbox” on page 129.
Note: The IP Deskphone deletes only
the missed calls from the Call Inbox.
Exit
6. To exit the Inbox and return to the idle IP
Deskphone screen, press the Exit
context-sensitive soft key.
Missed Calls Notification
You can change the call log behavior so that the message
xx new calls is cleared by entering the Inbox without having to select
each missed call.
Changing the Missed Calls Notification behavior:
Msgs
1. Press the Msgs context-sensitive soft
key.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Missed Calls Notification.
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Select
3. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to abort the changing of the
configurations and return to the
Message Options screen.
If you press the Select context-sensitive
soft key, one of the following messages
appears (based on the current setting of
the option):
—
Press Manual to change
Missed Call Notification
Message clearing mode
—
Press Auto to change
Missed Call Notification
Message clearing mode
4. Choose one of the following:
Auto
— Press the Auto context-sensitive
soft key to change the clearing mode
for the xx new calls missed call
message for the IP Deskphone.
Note: Auto means that the message is
cleared from the idle screen as soon as
you enter the Inbox.
Manual
— Press the Manual context-sensitive
soft key to change the clearing mode
for the xx new calls missed call
message for the IP Deskphone.
Note: Manual means that the message
is cleared from the idle screen only after
you look at the call detail for every newly
missed call in the Inbox.
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Initiating a call from the Call Inbox
When you receive a call that is missed or answered, the calling number is
listed in the Inbox. You can select the number, and then dial from the
Inbox, or you can edit the number in the Inbox.
To initiate a call from the Call Inbox, press the Msg/Inbox fixed key and
select Inbox from the menu.
Note 1: If your service provider requires that a Directory Number
(DN) be used to initiate a call, the Call Inbox entry must have the DN
to initiate a call.
Note 2: While you are on a call, you can initiate a new call from the
Call Inbox. For more information, see “Accessing the calls in your Call
Inbox during a call” on page 130.
To initiate a call from the Call Inbox:
1. Press the Msg/Inbox fixed key.
2. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call from the list of calls in
your Call Inbox.
3. To view details of the call, press the
Right navigation key.
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4. To place a call to the selected address,
do one of the following:
— Lift the handset.
— Press the Headset fixed key.
— Press the Handsfree fixed key.
or
Edit
Press the Edit context-sensitive soft key
Call
Then press the Send context-sensitive
soft key.
Deleting calls in your Call Inbox
When you delete calls from the Call Inbox, both missed calls and
answered calls are deleted. When you view the missed calls and select
delete, only the missed calls are deleted.
To delete calls from your Call Inbox:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call from the list of calls in
your Call Inbox.
Delete
2. Press the Delete context-sensitive soft
key.
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Yes
3. Select one of the following contextsensitive soft keys:
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to delete the highlighted call.
AllUsr
All
No
— Press the AllUsr context-sensitive
soft key to delete all the calls from
the selected caller.
— Press the All context-sensitive soft
key to clear all calls from the Call
Inbox.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key to return to the Inbox.
Accessing the calls in your Call Inbox during a call
You can access the calls in your Call Inbox while you are in an active call.
To access the calls in your Call Inbox during a call:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call from the list of calls in
your Call Inbox.
Select
2. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Select context-sensitive
soft key to initiate a call to the
highlighted caller.
Back
Note: This places the current call on
hold, if it is not already on hold.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the in-call
screen.
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While on an active call
You can use the following features during an active call:
•
“Making a new call” on page 131
•
“Call Waiting” on page 132
•
“Placing a call On Hold” on page 133
•
“Using call conferencing” on page 139
•
“Transferring a call” on page 141
•
“Using the Call Park feature” on page 144
•
“Using account codes” on page 146
•
“Recording a call” on page 147
You can use the Action context-sensitive soft key to perform the
following actions with an active call:
1. New Call—to begin a new call while other calls are on hold.
2. Transfer Call—to transfer the call to another phone number or SIP
address.
Making a new call
You can initiate a new call during a current call. If you do not place the
current call on hold first, the IP Deskphone automatically places the
current call on hold when you initiate a new call. You can initiate a new
call by using any of the following methods:
•
“Initiating a call using the active call context-sensitive soft key menu”
on page 132
•
“Initiating a call from the Address Book” on page 107
•
“Initiating a call from the Call Inbox” on page 128
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Initiating a call using the active call contextsensitive soft key menu
You can initiate a call using the active call context-sensitive soft key
menu.
To initiate a call using the active call context-sensitive soft key
menu:
More…
NewCall
1. Choose one of the following:
— While on a call, press the More…
context-sensitive soft key, and then
the NewCall context-sensitive soft
key.
The IP Deskphone produces a dial tone.
2. Choose one of the following:
— Use the dial pad to dial the number
or SIP address.
Note: This places the current call on
hold, if it is not already on hold, and you
can continue to initiate the call as
normally.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the in-call
screen.
Call Waiting
While you are on an active call and you receive an incoming call. You are
notified of an incoming call by a message on the LCD screen and a
notifying beep. Answering the new call places the active call on hold you
can also redirect the new call, decline the new call, transfer the new call,
or ignore the new call. For more information, see “Receiving a call” on
page 88.
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Placing a call On Hold
Use the Hold feature when you are talking to one contact and want to
perform another action, such as answer a new incoming call, transfer a
call, or initiate a new call. You can have a number of calls on hold at the
same time.
To place a call on hold:
1. Press the Hold fixed key.
The LCD on hold icon flashes beside the
line on hold.
To retrieve a call on hold:
chad
1. To retrieve a call on hold do one of the
following:
— Press the Line feature key beside
the flashing LCD indicator.
—
Press the Hold fixed key.
Multiple calls On Hold
When you have more than one call on hold, use the navigation key to
highlight a call on the LCD screen. You can perform an action with that
call by using the context-sensitive soft keys on the In-call menu list. The
context-sensitive soft keys displayed vary depending on the type of call
that is currently selected. For example, a held call has the Activate
context-sensitive soft key instead of the Audio context-sensitive soft key.
When you highlight a call that is not active, you can retrieve the call from
on hold and make it active by pressing the Activate context-sensitive soft
key.
Multiple calls In-call mode
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When the IP Deskphone has multiple calls connected at the same time,
you can access menu items.
Context-sensitive soft keys for the multiple calls In-call display
screen
NewCall
Audio/Actvate
Press NewCall context-sensitive soft key to
obtain a dial tone to place another call. The
NewCall context-sensitive soft key is used to
make a conference call. This key behaves
like the Conf context-sensitive soft key.
Press the Audio context-sensitive soft key to
change the audio settings or the current
active call.
The Actvate context-sensitive soft key
appears when the highlighted call is not the
selected call.
Press the Actvate context-sensitive soft key
to place the current call on hold and activate
the call you want to connect to.
This context-sensitive soft key is also used
to retrieve calls parked against the user.
Note: The Actvate context-sensitive
soft key never appears at the same time
as the Audio context-sensitive soft key
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more…
Press the more… context-sensitive soft key
to select a new menu list of context-sensitive
soft keys.
When you press the more… contextsensitive soft key, a different selection of
context-sensitive soft keys appears.
•
If you press the more… contextsensitive soft key once from the first
menu list, you access the following
context-sensitive soft keys:
[Trnsfer] [more...]
•
If you press the more… contextsensitive soft key from the first menu list
twice, you access the following contextsensitive soft keys:
[Prefs] [more…]
•
If you press the more… contextsensitive soft key from the first menu list
three times, you return to the first menu
list with the following context-sensitive
soft keys.
[NewCall] [Audio] [more…]
When you press the more.… context-sensitive soft key for the first time,
the following context-sensitive soft keys appear on the menu list.
Trnsfer
Press the Trnsfer context-sensitive soft key
to transfer the current call.
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more…
Press the more… context-sensitive soft key
to select a new menu list of context-sensitive
soft keys.
The next available menu list contains the
following context-sensitive soft keys:
[Conf] [Prefs] [more…]
When you press the more… context-sensitive soft key for the second
time, the following context-sensitive soft keys appear on the menu list.
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Prefs
Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft key to
display the Preferences menu.
The menu items include the following:
1. Display—use to adjust the display
settings of the LCD screen.
2. Audio—use to adjust tones and volume
settings.
3. Feature Options—use to configure the
following:
— Call Ignore Action
— Call Fwd Notification
— Answer Mode Settings appear when
the Auto Answer Mode is enabled on
the IP Deskphone.
4. Language—use to change the interface
language.
5. Misc Options—use to access the
following options:
— Alpha Dialing
— Search Method
— Incoming Privacy
— Outgoing Privacy
— Hold Mode: Private
— Time
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Prefs
6. Network—use to access the following:
— Server Settings
— Device Settings
— Diagnostics
— Disable screensaver
— Licensing
— Lock
7. User Settings—use to modify the
following:
— Call Settings
more…
Press the more… context-sensitive soft key
to return to the first menu list of contextsensitive soft keys.
The next available menu list contains the
following context-sensitive soft keys:
[NewCall] [Audio] [more…]
To access a call on hold when multiple calls are on hold:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call on hold.
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2. To retrieve the highlighted call on hold
do one of the following:
Chad
— Press the Line feature key beside
the flashing LCD indicator.
—
Press the Hold fixed key to retrieve
a call on hold.
To make a call on hold the active call:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight a call on hold.
Actvate
2. Press the Activate context-sensitive soft
key to make the highlighted call on hold
the active call.
This removes the call from on hold and
automatically places the previous call on
hold.
Using call conferencing
You can use the Conference feature to establish a conference call
between the active call and calls on hold. The Conference feature is
available when you are on an active call.
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While on an active call
To use call conferencing:
1. Enter the first phone number or SIP
address that you want to call.
2. Place the active call on hold.
3. Make a second call.
4. When the second call is connected,
choose one of the following methods to
establish a conference call:
Conf
— Press the Conf soft key and then
press the line button of the first held
call.
OR
Feature
— Press the Feature soft key.
— Enter 3 on the keypad.
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— Press the Enter button.
— Press the Line button of the first held
call.
Transferring a call
When more than one call is on hold, the call you want to transfer must be
the active call. For more information, see “To make a call on hold the
active call:” on page 139.
Note 3: The IP Deskphone does not automatically place the call you
want to transfer on hold. To prevent the caller from hearing the
transfer process, place the caller on hold and then complete the
transfer process.
To transfer a call to another phone:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight Transfer Call from the menu.
Trnsfer
2. Press the Trnsfer context-sensitive soft
key while on a call to access the Trnsfer
menu.
abc
3. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between numeric and
alphabetic input.
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4. Choose one of the following:
— Enter the phone number or SIP
address to which you are
transferring the call.
Select
— Select a contact from the Address
Book or Call Inbox by pressing the
corresponding fixed key.
Highlight a contact from the list and
then press the Select contextsensitive soft key.
Transfr
5. Choose one of the following:
Clear
— Press the Transfr context-sensitive
soft key to connect the calling party.
Back
— To erase the address you enter,
press the Clear context-sensitive
soft key.
— To return to the previous screen,
press the Back context-sensitive
soft key.
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While on an active call
The IP Deskphone prompts you with the
following question, Consult with
party?
Yes
No
Back
6. Select one of the following contextsensitive soft keys:
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to consult with the contact to
which you are transferring the call
before completing the transfer.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key to transfer the call without
consulting the contact to whom you
want to transfer the call.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
screen.
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Using the Call Park feature
You can use the Call Park feature to temporarily park a call so that you or
another user can retrieve the parked call from another phone. Using Call
Park does not tie up a line, because the call is held on the IP Office call
server.
You can use the Call Park feature to temporarily park a call so that you or
another user can retrieve the parked call from another phone. Using Call
Park does not tie up a line, because the call is held on the IP Office call
server.
A timer determines how long a call can remain parked; this timer is
configured by your system administrator. If the timer expires before the
call is retrieved at another extension, the call is returned to your phone.
To park a call:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CPark
2. Press the CPark soft key.
The screen displays the message Call
Park?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: PrkOn:>
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4. Using the key pad, enter an ID for the
parked call. Enter an ID that is up to 9
digits in length. You will need to enter
this ID when you retrieve the call from
park.
Note: If there is not currently an active
called parked that uses the ID that you
have entered, the deskphone displays
Forbidden.
OK
5. Press the OK soft key.
The screen displays To:CPark
<extension number@IPaddress>.
Retrieving a Parked Call
You must have the retrieval code to retrieve a parked call from the server.
You can retrieve a parked call while the IP Deskphone is in the idle state
or while on a call.
To retrieve a parked call
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
RCall
2. Press the RCall soft key.
The screen displays Retrieve?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the following
prompt: UnPark:>
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4. Using the key pad, enter the ID for the
parked call.
OK
5. Press the OK soft key.
Note: If there is not currently an active
called parked that uses the ID that you
have entered, the deskphone displays
Forbidden.
Using account codes
Your system administrator can configure account codes on the IP Office
call server. Account codes can be used to keep track of calls in relation to
particular activities or clients. They can also be used to keep track of calls
by particular users or sets of users.
If your system uses account codes, you can enter an account code when
you make a call, or during a call. The account code that you enter must
match an account code set on the telephone system. If you enter an
invalid code, the deskphone prompts you to re-enter the account code.
To use an account code:
Feature
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1. Press the Feature soft key.
While on an active call
Acct
2. Press the Acct soft key.
The screen displays Account Code?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the prompt
Enter Account>.
4. Using the key pad, enter the account
code for the call.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
Recording a call
The IP Deskphone allows you to record all or part of a conversation.
To record a call:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
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CRec
2. Press the CRec soft key.
The screen displays Call Record?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the message
Recording Started.
An audio annoucement plays to alert call
participants that the call is being
recorded.
To stop recording a call:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
CRec
2. Press the CRec soft key.
The screen displays Call Record?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The deskphone displays the message
Recording Stopped.
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Configuring custom settings
This chapter provides information about the following topics:
•
“Programmable keys” on page 149
•
“Assigning functions to programmable keys” on page 150
•
“Erasing a programmable key” on page 152
•
“Restoring the default settings for programmable keys” on page 153
•
“Configuring speed dial keys” on page 153
•
“Querying programmable keys” on page 155
•
“Using the relay option” on page 156
•
“Twinning” on page 158
•
“Configuring privacy settings” on page 160
•
“Audio Codecs” on page 163
Programmable keys
You can configure the programmable keys on the IP Deskphone or on a
Key Expansion Module (KEM) to activate specific features. When you
configure a programmable key, it acts as a short cut so that you do not
need to enter a feature codes in order to activate the feature.
If a feature is programmed on a button, the status of the button will be
updated with an active/idle state, depending of the status of that feature.
This is supported by the following features:
•
Call Forward All
•
Twinning
•
Private Call
•
Automatic Callback
•
Do Not Disturb
•
Voicemail On
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•
After Call Work
•
Call Record
•
Follow Me Here
•
Follow Me To
The IP Deskphone numbers the programmable keys on the IP
Deskphone from 1 to 4. Key 1 is reserved as the line key for the IP
Deskphone.
Assigning functions to programmable keys
You can assign features to programmable keys in order to quickly
activate features that you use frequently. Use the following procedure to
assign a feature to a programmable key, or to change a feature that is
already assigned.
To assign or change a feature:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
BtnPg
2. Press the BtnPg soft key.
The screen displays the prompt Button
Programming?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The Button Programming screen
displays and prompts you to Select a
button.
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4. Press the programmable key that you
want to assign a feature to.
If the key was not previously
programmed, the screen prompts you to
Select feature. If the key was
already programmed, the screen
displays options to Erase or Edit and
prompts you to select one.
Edit
5. Choose one of the following options:
— If the screen prompts you to Select
feature, select a feature using the
soft keys.
— If the screen displays the options to
Erase or Edit, press the Edit soft
key. When the screen prompts you
to, select a feature using the soft
keys.
The screen displays the following
options: Quit, No, or Yes.
Yes
6. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays Button
Programmed and a label displays next
to the programmable key to indicate the
name of the assigned feature.
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Erasing a programmable key
To remove a feature from a programmable key:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
BtnPg
2. Press the BtnPg soft key.
The Button Programming screen
displays and prompts you to Select a
button.
3. Press the programmable key from which
you want to delete the feature.
The screen displays options to Erase or
Edit and prompts you to select one.
Erase
4. Press the Erase soft key.
The screen prompts you to Select a
feature and then prompts you to
confirm that you want to delete the
selected item.
Yes
5. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays Button Erased.
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Configuring custom settings
Restoring the default settings for
programmable keys
If you have assigned features to programmable keys, you can return the
programmable keys to their default settings using the following
procedure.
Restoring default settings:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
BtnPg
2. Press the BtnPg soft key.
3. Press the Enter key.
The screen prompts you to Select a
button.
Reset
4. Press the Reset soft key.
The screen displays the message
Reset to default?
Yes
5. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays Buttons Reset.
Configuring speed dial keys
You can configure the programmable keys for speed dialing.
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To configure speed dialing:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
2. Enter *1 or *2 on the dialpad.
3. Press the Enter key.
The Speed Dial screen displays and
prompts you to Press a button.
4. Press the programmable key that you
want to assign a feature to.
The screen prompts you to enter a
phone number.
5. Enter a phone number using the keypad.
OK
6. Press the Ok softkey.
The screen prompts you to enter a label.
Enter a label using the keypad, or press
Enter to use the phone number as the
label.
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7. Press the Enter key.
The screen displays ‘Programmed’ and
a label displays next to the
programmable key to indicate the name
of the assigned feature.
Querying programmable keys
You can query any of the programmable keys to confirm which function
has been assigned to the key.
To query button programming:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
BtnQy
2. Press the BtnQy soft key.
The Button Inquiry screen displays
for 3 seconds and prompts you to press
a button.
3. Press the programmable key that you
want to query.
The screen displays text to indicate the
name of the assigned feature for 3
seconds and prompts you to press a
button for another query.
Exit
4. When you are finished querying
programmable buttons, press the Exit
soft key.
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Using the relay option
You can use your IP Deskphone to activate external devices that are
connected to the IP Office server through a relay connection. For
example, you can use your IP Deskphone to activate a door release
system.
The controls on your IP Deskphone allow you to close the relay switch the
to activate the device; in this case, the device remains active until you
open the relay switch to turn it off. Alternately, you can use relay pulse to
activate the device for a 5 seconds.
To close the switch and activate a relay connection:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
Rely+
2. Press the Rely+ soft key.
The screen displays Relay On?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays the prompt Enter
relay port.
4. Enter the number of the relay port that
you want to activate: the options are 1 or
2.
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Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The screen display a confirmation
message: Relay_On: Port<#>.
To open the switch and de-activate a relay connection:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
Rely+
2. Press the Rely+ soft key.
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays the prompt Enter
relay port.
4. Enter the number of the relay port that
you want to de-activate: the options are
1 or 2.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The screen display a confirmation
message: Relay_Off: Port<#>.
To use relay pulse:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
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Relay
2. Press the Relay soft key.
The screen displays Relay Pulse?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays the prompt Enter
relay port.
4. Enter the number of the relay port that
you want to activate: the options are 1 or
2.
Done
5. Press the Done soft key.
The screen display a confirmation
message: Relay Pulse: Port<#>.
Twinning
Twinning is a feature that allows you to have your calls ring on two
phones. You can twin your IP Deskphone with another internal phone, or
with an external phone. For example, you can twin your IP Deskphone
with a mobile phone. Your incoming calls will ring on both phones. You
can also make calls from either extension.
Twinning is available only if your system administrator has configured it
for your system.
To twin your phone:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
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Twin
2. Press the Twin soft key.
The screen displays the message
Twinning?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
The screen displays the last number to
which calls were twinned.
4. Specify the phone number of the device
that you want to twin your deskphone
with:
Enable
OR
— To twin calls with the previously
used number, press the Enable soft
key. The screen displays the
confirmation message Activation
OK to confirm that twinning is
enabled.
OR
Edit
— To twin calls a different number,
press the Edit soft key and enter the
new number.
Done
— Press the Done soft key to save the
new number.
Enable
— Press the Enable soft key. The
screen displays the confirmation
message Activation OK to
confirm that twinning is enabled.
To disable twinning:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
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Twin
2. Press the Twin soft key.
The screen displays the message
Twinning?
Yes
3. Press the Yes softkey.
The screen displays the prompt
Disable Twinning?
Yes
4. Press the Yes softkey.
The screen displays the message
Deactivation OK.
Configuring privacy settings
The IP Deskphone provides several privacy settings.You can restrict
caller information coming to the IP Deskphone or caller information
leaving the IP Deskphone. You can also restrict the name, SIP address,
or both from appearing on the screen. In addition, you can prevent a call
from being recorded and restrict it from intrusions.
The following sections describe how to configure privacy settings on your
IP Deskphone:
•
“Incoming call privacy” on page 160
•
“Outgoing call privacy” on page 161
•
“Private calls” on page 162
Incoming call privacy
You can restrict the information for incoming calls to your IP Deskphone
by configuring the Incoming Call Privacy setting.
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To configure Incoming Call Privacy:
Prefs
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Misc Options, and then
Incoming Privacy from the menu.
2. Choose one of the following:
Change
— Press the Change context-sensitive
soft key to change the Incoming
Privacy restriction to the highlighted
restriction.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu without implementing any
changes.
3. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight one of the following:
— None (no restriction)
— Name (restricts only the name)
— Address (restricts only the address)
— All (restricts name and number)
Outgoing call privacy
You can restrict the information for outgoing calls from your phone by
configuring the Outgoing Call Privacy setting.
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To configure Outgoing Call Privacy:
Prefs
Change
Back
1. Press the Prefs context-sensitive soft
key, select Misc Options, and then
Outgoing Privacy from the menu.
2. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Change context-sensitive
soft key to change the Outgoing
Privacy restriction to the highlighted
restriction.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu without implementing any
changes.
3. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight one of the following:
— None (no restriction)
— Name (restricts only the name)
— Address (restricts only the address)
— All (restricts name and number)
Private calls
You can use the Private Call feature to prevent a call from being recorded
and to restrict it from intrusions. After you enable Private Call, subsequent
calls cannot be intruded on, bridged into or silently monitored until you
disable it.
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To set call privacy:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
PrivC
2. Press the PrivC soft key.
The screen displays Private Call?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key.
The screen displays Private Call On
to confirm that privacy is enabled.
To disable call privacy:
Feature
1. Press the Feature soft key.
PrivC
2. Press the PrivC soft key.
The screen displays Private Call?
Yes
3. Press the Yes soft key to toggle the
setting.
The screen displays Private Call
Off.
Audio Codecs
This feature allows you to specify a codec to which you can switch to
during an active call. You can use the Preferences menu to modify the
order of preference of the codecs between calls.
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You can select an audio codec by name during a call, or while the
handset is idle. The Audio Codecs feature also gives you control over the
audio configuration that is used for inbound and outbound calls.
To change the codec while on the call, select Audio, Change codec, and
then press OK.
The following context-sensitive soft keys are available on the Audio
Codes page:
•
Ok—to view the Audio Codec Selection screen.
•
Back—to return to the previous screen.
Audio Codec Selection
The Audio Codec Selection allows you to select a codec to use during
inbound and outbound calls.
The following context-sensitive soft keys are available for selecting the
audio codes:
•
Select: The IP Deskphone attempts to renegotiate the codec for the
current call to use the selected codec.
•
Back: Allows you to return to the Audio Codec screen.
Audio Codec Ordering
The Audio Codec Ordering allows you to modify the order of preference of
codecs to use during inbound and outbound calls.
The following context-sensitive soft keys are available for the audio codec
ordering page:
•
Save—to save the current order as the new preferred codec order.
•
MoveUp—to move the highlighted codec up in the list.
•
MoveDwn—to move the highlighted codec down in the list.
•
Back—to return to the Audio Codec screen.
The Audio Codec Ordering screen allows you to modify the order of
preference of the codecs. You can reorder the preferences, and the
changes to the ordering are saved.
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The following chapter describes the following advanced features:
•
“Viewing the IP Deskphone information” on page 165
•
“Accessing the services menu” on page 166
•
“Network menu” on page 174
•
“Maintaining the IP Deskphone” on page 165
•
“File Manager” on page 176
Viewing the IP Deskphone information
To view the Phone information for the IP Deskphone
1. Press the Services hard key and select
Phone Information from the menu.
You can view the following information:
•
Load Ver
•
Software
•
E.M Software
•
FeatActv
•
Srv Pkg Location
Note: You cannot make any changes to the setting from this menu.
Viewing additional phone information
When you view the Phone Information menu, you can use the following
context-sensitive soft keys to display additional information:
•
Details
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•
E911
Press the Details context-sensitive soft key to show:
•
Primary User
•
Primary Domain
•
MAC
•
IP
•
License server
— Status
The contents of this screen include user and IP Deskphone identifiable
information that needs to be protected (per US Federal/DoD
requirements/guidelines).
Attention: The administrator can disable the Details contextsensitive soft key on the main Phone Information screen to hide
information that is protected. If the Details context-sensitive soft key
is disabled, you cannot view details on the Phone Information details
screen.
To view information about E911 press the E911 context-sensitive soft key
after you access the Phone Information screen.
Accessing the services menu
Some of the system features require your user password. You must
consult with the system administrator or service provider before you can
access some of the features.
To access the services menu:
1. Press the Services hard key.
2. Select File Manager.
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The IP Deskphone displays the following menu:
1. Search—use to perform local/global search.
2. Login.
3. Logout— use to logoff the IP Deskphone. For more information, see
“Logging off from the Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphone” on page 58.
4. Check for Updates—use to check for the latest software update for
the IP Deskphone. For more information, see “Checking for updates”
on page 167.
5. Reset Phone— use to perform a reset of the IP Deskphone. For more
information, see “Resetting the IP Deskphone phone” on page 168.
6. File Manager—For more information, see “Erasing the user data” on
page 169.
7. Logging System—use to enable/disable SIP logging.
8. Phone Information—use to view phone details. For more information,
see “Viewing the IP Deskphone information” on page 165.
Checking for updates
You can check for the latest software update for your IP Deskphone.
To check for the latest software update:
1. Press the Services fixed key.
2. Select Check For Updates.
Select
3. Press the Select context-sensitive soft
key.
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Yes
4. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key check for the latest software
update for your IP Deskphone.
No
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key to return to the previous menu
without checking for an update.
Note: While the IP Deskphone checks
for an update, it activates Do Not Disturb
(DND).
Resetting the IP Deskphone phone
You can use this feature to reset the phone without unplugging the power
cable.
To reset the IP Deskphone:
1. Press the Services fixed key, and then
select Reset Phone.
Select
2. Press the Select context-sensitive soft
key.
abc
3. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic or
numeric input.
4. Use the dialpad to enter your password.
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Ok
5. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Ok context-sensitive soft
key.
Back
Yes
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
The IP Deskphone prompts you with Reset
Phone?.
6. Choose one of the following:
No
— Press the Yes context-sensitive soft
key to proceed.
— Press the No context-sensitive soft
key to return to the System menu.
Erasing the user data
The IP Deskphone stores user files that you can delete. These files
include:
1. Profiles—user profile settings
2. Sounds—downloaded tones or audio alerts
3. Languages—downloaded language files
4. System file—IP Deskphone system configuration file (Deleting this
file returns the IP Deskphone to the factory default configuration
settings.)
You can delete some or all of these files. The deletion of files is often
necessary when the IP Deskphone is redeployed to a different user.
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To delete user data files:
1. Press the Services fixed key.
2. Select File Manager.
Note: You must enter your login
password to access the File Manager
menu.
abc
3. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft
key to toggle between alphabetic or
numeric input.
4. Use the dialpad to enter your password.
Ok
5. Choose one of the following:
Back
— Press the Ok context-sensitive soft
key.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
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6. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight one of the following:
— Profiles
— Sounds
—
Languages
— System file
— All files
Select
7. Choose one of the following:
— To enter the selected folder, press
the Select context-sensitive soft
key.
Delete
— To delete contents of the selected
folder, press the Delete contextsensitive soft key.
Note: Folders cannot be deleted
because they are on the IP Deskphone.
Exit
Back
— If you are at the root folder of the
flash disk, press the Exit contextsensitive soft key to return to the
previous menu.
— If you are already inside the folder,
press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
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To delete a user profile:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the user profile you want to
delete.
Delete
2. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Delete context-sensitive
soft key to delete the highlighted
user profile from the list.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
3. Log off or restart the IP Deskphone to
complete the process.
To delete a sound file:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the sound file you want to
delete.
Delete
2. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Delete context-sensitive
soft key to delete the highlighted
sound file from the list.
Back
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— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
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To delete a language file:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the language file you want to
delete.
2. Choose one of the following:
Delete
Back
— Press the Delete context-sensitive
soft key to delete the highlighted
language file from the list.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
To delete a log file:
1. Press the Up/Down navigation key to
highlight the log file you want to delete.
2. Choose one of the following:
Delete
Back
— Press the Delete context-sensitive
soft key to delete the highlighted
language file from the list.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
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To delete the system file without deleting the user profile:
Next
1. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to delete the system file.
Back
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
2. Log out or restart the IP Deskphone to
complete the process.
To delete all files:
Next
Back
1. Choose one of the following:
— Press the Next context-sensitive soft
key to delete the system file and
user profiles.
— Press the Back context-sensitive
soft key to return to the previous
menu.
2. Log out or restart the IP Deskphone to
complete the process.
Network menu
Primarily, the system administrator is the only person authorized to
access the network menu and to use an administration password to
access the items.
The following Network menu items are available:
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•
Server Settings—to select and edit domains
•
Device Settings—to configure the network settings
•
Diagnostics—to run a trace route or send a ping to diagnose the
network connection
— IP Set and DHCP information
— Network Diagnostics tools
— Ethernet Statistics
— IP Network Statistics
— Advanced Diag Tools
— Test Key
•
Lock Menu—to access to the Network Menu
To access the Network menu:
1. Choose one of the following:
Prefs
— Press the Services fixed key twice
quickly.
— Press the Prefs context-sensitive
soft key, and then select Network
from the menu.
Note: You need to enter an
administration password to access the
Network menu items.
Automatic remote software updates
Note: Your system administrator must enable Remote check for
update for this feature to work.
Your IP Deskphone can be configured to perform automatic software
updates. If this feature is configured, the IP Deskphone displays when a
software update is scheduled to occur, and Yes and No context-sensitive
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soft keys are displayed. If the IP Deskphone is idle and no key is pressed,
the software update begins in one minute.
If you press Yes, the software download begins.
If you are using your IP Deskphone (this includes on hold, on a
conference call, or when your IP Deskphone is ringing) and you press No,
the call is not disconnected and the software update does not occur. The
IP Deskphone displays the software download prompt again in three
minutes a total of three times.
If, after the third notification, you press No or no key is pressed, the
software update does not occur. Your IP Deskphone attempts the
software download process again in two hours.
Note: If you allow the update to proceed and the server is down, the
IP Deskphone does not ask for updates again.
File Manager
You can use File Manager to navigate to the IP Deskphone file system.
Acess the File Manager menu through the Services menu.
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Visual indicators
The Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones use visual indicators or cues to
indicate incoming calls and messages. The display icons on the IP
Deskphone also indicate the current call state.
Visual Alerter/Message Waiting Indicators
The red LED light at the top right of the IP Deskphone lights to indicate
incoming calls or when a caller leaves you voice mail.
Table 9 on page 177 lists the visual indicator and the LED status.
Table 9: Visual Alerter/Message Waiting Indicator
LED
Visual indicator
LED status
Red LED
Voice mail left by caller
Steady red light until
message is reviewed.
Incoming call (IP
Deskphone ringing)
Fast blinking red light.
Monitoring other extensions
Your system administrator can enable you to monitor the status of other
lines. When this feature is enabled, you can use the visual indicators on
your IP deskphone to monitor whether other extensions are idle or busy.
You can also answer calls to those extensions.
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Table 10 on page 178 lists the status visual indicators that the IP
deskphone uses to show the status of the line that you are monitoring.
Table 10: Visual indicators for monitored lines
Icon
Line status
Idle
Flashing
Ringing
Solid
Busy
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Quick reference
This section provides a quick reference guide for the Avaya 1200 Series
IP Deskphone. See the following sections for more information:
•
“Fixed keys” on page 179
•
“Commonly used functions” on page 181
•
•
“Context-sensitive soft keys” on page 182
“Display screen icons” on page 186
Fixed keys
The fixed keys on Avaya 1200 Series IP Deskphones are available with
either icons or English text..
Short-cut and navigation function keys
Copy
Copy information from the Address Book,
Inbox and Outbox.
Services
Access Search, Login, Logout, Check For
Updates, Reset Phone, File Manager,
Logging System, and Phone Information.
Press twice quickly to access the Network
menu.
Quit
Quit or exit from a menu.
Inbox
Access your inbox to view all calls or
missed calls and to return a call.
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Directory
Access your address book to view, add or
edit entries or initiate a call.
Enter
Use the Enter key to select highlighted
menu items and to set preferences. The
Enter key duplicates the function of the
phone and select context-sensitive soft
keys.
Telephone feature keys
Use to increase the volume of the
handset, headphones, phone speaker
(handsfree) and alerting volume (phone
ringing).
Use to decrease the volume of the
handset, headphones, phone speaker
(handsfree) and alerting volume (phone
ringing).
Mute
Use mute to listen to the call without
transmitting. The red LED on the Mute key
lights when the Mute feature is enabled.
Handsfree
Activates the built in speaker and
microphone. The red LED on the
Handsfree key lights when the Handsfree
feature is enabled.
Goodbye
Use to release a call (hang up) and to exit
a menu when not on an active call.
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Headset
Activates your IP Deskphone headset
when connected. The red LED of the
Headset key lights when you use a
headset.
Hold
Use to place a call on hold or to retrieve a
call on hold.
Note: The abc/123 context-sensitive soft key toggles between
alphabetic and numeric input. When the context-sensitive soft key
label is abc, you can enter alphabetic text and when the contextsensitive soft ley label is 123, you can enter numbers.
Commonly used functions
Procedures for the most commonly used functions are provided below.
Login
1. Enter your User ID and press the Login key.
2. Enter your password and press the Next key.
3. To permanently login, press the Next key.
To login for a period of time, press the Timed key, enter the duration of your login, and press the Next key.
Logout
4. Press the Services hard key and then select Logout.
5. Press the abc/123 context-sensitive soft key to toggle between
alphabet and numeric input.
6. Press Logout context-sensitive key.
Making a call
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•
Lift the Handset or press the Headset key, Handsfree key or the
Line key and enter the SIP address or phone number and press
send. Or, press the Redial key to call the previously entered SIP
address or phone number.
Press the Services hard key, select Search, select an entry in the
Address Book, and then press the Call key.Lift the Handset or press the
Headset key, Handsfree key or the Line feature key and dial from the
•
Address Book or Inbox as follows:
– 1. Press the Address Book or Inbox key.
– 2. Navigate to the required entry.
– 3. Press the Select key to conect.
Answering a call
Perform one of the following to answer a call:
•
•
•
•
•
Press the Handsfree key
Press the Headset key
Press the Line key
Press the Answer key
Pick up the Handset.
If you choose not to answer the call, you can press one of the following
keys:
Ignore—Stops call ringing
Making an emergency call
To make an emergency call, logging on is not required. Choose one of
the following options:
•
Lift the Handset and dial the emergency number.
•
Press the Handsfree key and dial the emergency number.
•
Press the Headset key and dial the emergency number.
Context-sensitive soft keys
The following context-sensitve key menus are provided below:
•
•
“Idle phone display” on page 183
“Active call display” on page 184
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Idle phone display
Feature
Msgs
Redial
More...
More… context-sensitive soft key menu (first)
Feature
123/abc
Prefs
More...
A description of the context-sensitive soft keys available with the phone is
idle is provided below.
Redial or NewCall
Redial the last dialed number.
•
If there is no stored redial number, NewCall appears and has the
same effect as pressing the primary user line key (dial prompt).
abc or 123
Toggle between alpha and numeric input modes.
•
To type letters, abc must be displayed.
•
To type numbers, press abc to display 123 on the menu list.
Msgs
Display the Messages menu.
1.Voice Mail—Use to access your Voice Mail. The IP Deskphone
connects to the server to retrieve your Voice Mail.
ScrnSvr
Activate the screensaver (only if the screensaver feature is enabled).
Prefs
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Display the Preferences menu.
1. Display—Adjust screen display settings.
2. Audio—Adjust tones and volume settings.
3. Feature Options—Program call ignore actions and call fwd
notification.
4. Language—Change language.
5. Misc Options—Set alpha dialing, search method, privacy settings,
location, and time.
6. Network—Access Server Settings, Device Settings,
Diagnostics and Lock.
7. User Settings—Modify call settings, voice mail setting, and
remembering settings.
More
Select a new menu list.
•
When you press More..., the following context-sensitive soft keys
appear:
– [abc] or [123]
– [Prefs]
Active call display
Feature
Conf
Trans
More...
More… context-sensitive soft key menu
Feature
Audio
New Call
More...
More… context-sensitive soft key menu
Feature
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More...
Quick reference
When you press the More… context-sensitive soft key for the third time,
you return to the first menu list.
A description of the context-sensitive soft keys available with the phone is
idle is provided below.
Conf
Obtain a dial tone to place another call during an active call.
• Use to make a conference call.
Trnsfer
•
Transfer the current call to another location or contact.
Audio
1. Change audio setting—Use to change the audio settings based on
the available bandwidth.
2. Monitor audio quality—Diagnostic tool to monitor the audio quality.
NewCall
Obtain a dial tone to place another call during an active call.
• Use to make a conference call.
• Behaves like the Conf Context-sensitive soft key.
Prefs
See “Idle phone display” on page 183.
More…
Select a new menu list.
• When you press More..., a different selection of Context-sensitive
soft keys appears.
– Press once to switch to: [NewCall].
– Press twice to switch to: [Prefs] [ ] [ ].
– Press three time to switch back to the main menu list: [Trnsfer]
[Audio].
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Display screen icons
The table below provides a list of the following display screen icons:
•
Call state—Icons to indicate the Call state of your phone.
•
Inbox—Icons to indicate the status of each incoming calls in your
Inbox..
Call state
Icon
On hook
On the phone
On hold
Call Forward (enabled)
Forward>ext # is displayed
Do Not Disturb (enabled)
Outgoing call, Incoming call (ringing)
Missed call
Inbox
Incoming Call Answered
Incoming Call, Missed, New
Incoming Call, Missed, Reviewed
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Limitations
Table 11 on page 187 lists the limitations for Avaya 1200 Series IP
Deskphones when used with IP Office 8.0.
Table 11: Limitations
Item
Call Decline Reasons
# Ends Dialing
Call Subject
Function
Call Decline Reasons are not
supported. A menu item for Call
Decline Reasons displays on the IP
deskphone when you select Prefs >
Feature Options, but will not
function.
A menu item for # Ends Dialing
displays on the IP deskphone when
you select Prefs > Misc Options, but
this feature is not supported. The
option is disabled by default; do not
change this setting.
The Call Subject feature is not
supported. A menu item for Call
Subject displays on the IP deskphone
when you select Prefs > Feature
Options, but information that you
enter here will not be.included in the
call.
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/* zlib.h -- interface of the 'zlib' general purpose compression library
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Kevin Bracey
Sam Bushell
Magnus Holmgren
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Greg Roelofs
Tom Tanner
libpng versions 0.5, May 1995, through 0.88, January 1996, are
Copyright (c) 1995, 1996 Guy Eric Schalnat, Group 42, Inc.
For the purposes of this copyright and license, "Contributing Authors" is
defined as the following set of individuals:
Andreas Dilger
Dave Martindale
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Paul Schmidt
Tim Wegner
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appreciated.
A "png_get_copyright" function is available, for convenient use in "about"
boxes and the like:
printf("%s",png_get_copyright(NULL));
Also, the PNG logo (in PNG format, of course) is supplied in the files
"pngbar.png" and "pngbar.jpg (88x31) and "pngnow.png" (98x31).
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Libpng is OSI Certified Open Source Software. OSI Certified Open
Source is a certification mark of the Open Source Initiative.
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glennrp at users.sourceforge.net
December 18, 2008
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Kern_random
The following component is licensed under kern_random license:
Kern_random Copyright Theodore Ts'o, 1994, 1995. All rights reserved.
Kern-random License
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Wchar functions
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USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY,
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Libjpeg
The following component is licensed under libjpeg license:
Libjpeg
Libpeg License
This software is copyright (C) 1991-1998, Thomas G. Lane.
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Permission is hereby granted to use, copy, modify, and distribute this
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(3) Permission for use of this software is granted only if the user accepts
full responsibility for any undesirable consequences; the authors accept
NO LIABILITY for damages of any kind.
These conditions apply to any software derived from or based on the IJG
code, not just to the unmodified library. If you use our work, you ought to
acknowledge us.
Permission is NOT granted for the use of any IJG author's name or
company name in advertising or publicity relating to this software or
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Independent JPEG Group's software".
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We specifically permit and encourage the use of this software as the
basis of commercial products, provided that all warranty or liability claims
are assumed by the product vendor.
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T-Rex
The following component is licensed under the T-Rex license:
T-Rex
T-Rex License
Copyright (C) 2003-2004 Alberto Demichelis
This software is provided 'as-is', without any express or implied warranty.
In no event will the authors be held liable for any damages arising from
the use of this software.
Permission is granted to anyone to use this software for any purpose,
including commercial applications, and to alter it and redistribute it freely,
subject to the following restrictions:
1. The origin of this software must not be misrepresented;you must not
claim that you wrote the original software.If you use this software in a
product, an acknowledgment in the product documentation would be
appreciated but is not required.
2. Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not
be misrepresented as being the original software.
3. This notice may not be removed or altered from any source distribution.
END OF TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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