Avaya 15-601124 IP Phone User Manual

Avaya one-X™ Deskphone Edition
for SBM24 Button Module
User Guide
16-300701
Issue 1
July 2006
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Contents
Introduction to the SBM24 Button Module. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Answering a Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Abbreviated Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Accessing Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Personal Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Personalizing Button Labels . . . . . . .
Adjusting the Button Module Brightness
Adjusting the Button Module Contrast . .
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Introduction to the SBM24 Button Module
The SBM24 Button Module extends the number of call appearances and feature buttons on
your telephone. It provides 24 additional lines for incoming calls, outgoing calls, and calling
features. Typical uses are:
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to provide additional lines for calls bridged from one or more other extensions,
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to provide abbreviated dialing buttons, and
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to provide buttons to access additional switch features like call forwarding.
Note that call appearances and features the Button Module displays also appear in the call
appearances and features lists on your telephone.
Figure 1: The SBM24 Button Module
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Figure notes:
1. Line buttons (for call appearance and features).
2. Screen regions.
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Answering a Call
An incoming call on a button module line displays the incoming call icon
. When you
answer the call, the icon changes to
, and the telephone screen displays the call.
Press the flashing line button on the Button Module to turn on the Speaker and answer the
call. Or pick up the handset then press the flashing line button.
Note:
Note:
If you have bridged call appearances on your Button Module, you can receive
and answer calls to other extensions. When a bridged extension is in use by the
owner, the button module shows the “in use” icon
for that extension. For more
information, see “About Bridged Calls” in the Avaya one-X™ Deskphone Edition
for 9630 IP Telephone User Guide.
Abbreviated Dial
Abbreviated dial (AD) buttons provide one-button dialing of commonly called numbers. If your
administrator has set up AD buttons, you can press a single SBM24 button to dial a number.
Lift the handset then press the button that corresponds to the name or number of the person
you want to call. If you want to call using the Speaker, just press the button corresponding
with that person.
Note:
Note:
If your administrator has set up the Program Abbreviated Dialing feature on your
telephone, you can program the numbers for AD buttons yourself. For more
information, see the user guide for your telephone model.
Accessing Features
Your button module might have feature buttons for features like Call Forwarding, Call Pickup,
Go to Coverage, and Auto Callback.
To use a feature button, press the button next to the feature you want to activate.
Note:
Note:
You can personalize the labels on your feature buttons. For more information,
see Personalizing Button Labels.
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Personal Settings
Personal Settings
Personalizing Button Labels
Your Button Module has labels preset by your administrator. You can change these labels to
make them clearer or more useful to you.
! CAUTION:
CAUTION:
Do not use the Button Module to personalize or restore a label. Be sure the
telephone displays the Phone screen. Then select a Button Module call
appearance or feature label using the arrow keys to scroll through the list of call
appearances or features.
Personalizing a button label
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Details or OK.
3. Scroll to Application Settings and press Details or OK.
4. Select Personalize Labels... and press Change or OK.
5. With the Phone screen displayed, use the telephone list of call appearances and features to
change a label. To change a call appearance label, scroll down through the telephone labels
to the Button Module label you want to edit. To change a feature button or abbreviated dial
label, first press the right navigation arrow to see the feature list. Then scroll to the feature
label you want to edit.
6. Press Edit.
7. Edit the label.
a. To change between uppercase and lowercase letters, or to enter numbers, press
More and then Abc. Continue to press the Abc button until you see the case you want or
the number option (Abc/123/abc/ABC).
b. Press the dialpad key that corresponds to the letter you want to enter. Press the key until
you see the letter you want. If the next character is on the same dialpad key, pause
briefly before selecting it.
c. To enter symbols not on the dialpad, press More > Symbols.
d. Select Bksp to delete the previous character. To delete a character, use the left and right
navigation arrows to place your cursor after the character you want to remove. Press
Bksp to remove that character.
8. Press Save.
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Restoring a single label to its default
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Details or OK.
3. Scroll to Application Settings and press Details or OK.
4. Select Personalize Labels... and press Change or OK.
5. With the Phone screen displayed, use the telephone list of call appearances and features to
select the label you want to restore. To select a call appearance label, scroll down through
the telephone labels to the Button Module label you want to restore. To restore a feature
button or abbreviated dial label, first press the right navigation arrow to see the feature list.
Then scroll to the feature label you want to restore.
6. Press Bksp until all characters are erased.
7. Press Save to restore the original label.
Restoring all labels to their default settings
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Details or OK.
3. Scroll to Application Settings and press Details or OK.
4. Select Restore Default Button Labels... and press Change or OK.
5. Press Default to restore the original labels.
Adjusting the Button Module Brightness
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Details or OK.
3. Scroll to Screen & Sound Options and press Details or OK.
4. Press Change or OK.
5. Select Module.
6. Use the horizontal arrow keys to adjust the brightness.
7. Press Save.
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Personal Settings
Adjusting the Button Module Contrast
1. Press Avaya Menu.
2. Press Details or OK.
3. Scroll to Screen & Sound Options and press Details or OK.
4. Scroll to Contrast and press Change or OK.
5. Select Module.
6. Use the horizontal arrow keys to adjust the contrast.
7. Press Save.
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