Lexmark X46X Printer User Manual

Lexmark X46X Printer User Manual
Panasonic
a
DBS 824
Section 700
Feature
Operation
(Applies to CPC-S Version 3.0
and CPC-M Version 3.2)
Doc. No. 550X03601A
Version 3.0/3.2
Issued April 2000
Warning: This service information is designed for experienced repair technicians only and is not designed for use by the general public. It does not contain
warnings or cautions to advise non-technical individuals of potential dangers in
attempting to service a product. Products powered by electricity should be serviced or repaired only by experienced professional technicians. Any attempt to
service or repair the product or products dealt with in this service information
by anyone else could result in serious injury or death.
FCC Warning
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed
and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause interference to radio communications. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A
digital device pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules, which are designed to provide reasonable
protection against such interference when operated in a commercial environment. Operation
of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference, in which case the user
at his own expense will be required to take necessary measures to correct the interference.
Battery Recycling Statement
The following statement applies if you purchased backup batteries with your system.
The product you have purchased contains rechargeable batteries. The batteries are recyclable. At the end of their useful life, under various state and local laws, it may be illegal to dispose of these batteries into the municipal waste stream. Check with your local solid waste
officials for details on recycling options or proper disposal.
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice and should not be
construed as a commitment by the Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC).
PTSC reserves the right, without notice, to make changes to equipment design as advances in
engineering and manufacturing methods warrant.
The software and hardware described in this document may be used or copied only in accordance
with the terms of the license pertaining to said software or hardware.
Reproduction, publication, or duplication of this manual, or any part thereof, in any manner,
mechanically, electronically, or photographically, is prohibited without permission of the
Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC).
Copyright 1995 by Panasonic Telecommunication Systems Company (PTSC)
Revised in April 2000.
All rights reserved.
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Contents
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ix
List of Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . xi
Chapter 1. System Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-1
Account Codes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Non-Verified Account Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-3
Verified Account Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
Answer Supervision for Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-6
Auto Day Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-7
Auto Set Relocation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-8
Background Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-10
Battery Alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-11
Battery Backup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-12
Caller ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Caller ID Call Log . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-13
Centrex/PBX Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14
Direct Inward System Access (DISA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-14
Direct Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Distinctive Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-17
Door Box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-18
DP to DTMF Signal Conversion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-20
Hunting Priority for VAUs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-21
Independent Timers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-22
Least Cost Routing (LCR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-23
Music-on-Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-24
Night Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-25
Off-Premises Extension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-27
Paging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-28
Power Failure Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-29
Remote Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-31
Remote Programming Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-31
Station Class of Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Station Hunting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toll Restriction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trunk Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trunk Name Assignment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Trunk Queuing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Universal Night Answer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Voice Mail Ringing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Revised April 2000
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
1-33
1-34
1-37
1-38
1-40
1-41
1-42
1-43
1-44
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VAU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-45
VAU Port Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-45
Walking TRS Class of Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-46
Chapter 2. Attendant Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-1
Attendant Assignment of Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
Attendant Busy Override. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-4
Attendant Call Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-5
Attendant Control of Absence Messages,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-6
Attendant-Controlled Text Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-7
Attendant Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-9
Dial Tone Disable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-10
DSS/72. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-11
Headset Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-13
Key Bank Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14
One-Touch VM Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-14
Station Lockout Code Assignment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-17
System Time and Date Control. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-18
Traffic Measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-20
Walking COS Confirmation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-22
Chapter 3. Key Telephone Features. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-1
Key Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Absence Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-3
Auto Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-6
Auto-Repeat Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Busy Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-7
Call Coverage Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-8
Call Duration Display. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-10
Call Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
Exclusive Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-14
System Hold. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Call Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-17
Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-19
Group Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-20
Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
Blind Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-21
Screened Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-23
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camp-on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CO Line Key Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conference Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
3-25
3-28
3-29
3-30
3-31
Revised April 2000
Delayed Ringing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial “0” for Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do-Not-Disturb (DND) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EM/24 Console . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Flexible Function (FF) Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handsfree Answerback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Handsfree Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Headset Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intercom Calling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Last Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Line Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-33
3-34
3-35
3-36
3-37
3-42
3-43
3-43
3-43
3-46
3-47
DSS/BLF Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-48
Multi-CO (MCO) Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-51
Multi-Line (ML) Appearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-53
ML/MCO Separation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meet-Me Answer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Waiting/Callback Request. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Non-Appearing Outside Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Offhook Signaling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
One-Touch Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
One-Touch VM Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Onhook Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pooled Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Prime Line Preference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Private Line. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reminder Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ringing Line Preference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saved Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-54
3-54
3-55
3-58
3-59
3-60
3-62
3-65
3-67
3-68
3-70
3-71
3-72
3-73
3-74
3-75
System Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-78
Speed Dial Linking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-80
Station Lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-81
Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-82
Chapter 4. DSLT Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-1
DSLT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Absence Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-3
Busy Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Call Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-9
Call Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Direct Call Pickup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-12
Group Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Revised April 2000
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
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Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Blind Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-14
Screened Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camp-on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conference Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial “0” for Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do-Not-Disturb (DND) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intercom Calling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Last Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Meet-Me Answer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Waiting/Callback Request. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Onhook Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pooled Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Reminder Call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saved Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4-16
4-18
4-20
4-21
4-21
4-22
4-23
4-24
4-25
4-26
4-27
4-29
4-29
4-30
4-31
4-32
Personal Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
System Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-33
Chapter 5. SLT Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-1
Absence Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Auto Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Auto-Repeat Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Busy Override . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6
Call Forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
Call Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-10
Call Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
Direct Call Pickup. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-12
Group Call Pickup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
Call Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
Blind Transfer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-14
Screened Transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-15
Call Waiting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Camp-on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conference Calls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial “0” for Attendant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DTMF Stations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Direct Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Do-Not-Disturb (DND) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intercom Calling. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Last Number Redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Meet-Me Answer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Message Waiting/Callback Request. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pooled Trunk Access . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Speed Dialing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-26
5-27
5-28
5-29
5-30
Personal Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-30
System Speed Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-31
Appendix A: 2.0 Feature Update. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-1
44-Series Phone Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-2
Added Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-3
Directory Mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-7
Variable Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-8
Handset Mute. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-10
Off-Hook Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Separate Speaker Volumes for Internal vs. CO calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-11
Analog Adapter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-12
MSG (Message) Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-14
DSS/72 Console - Key Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-16
EM/24 - Key Arrangement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-20
Modification to Toll Restriction Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-22
Key Telephone Installation Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Desi Strip Cover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Key Telephone Wall Mounting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A-23
Appendix B: 3.0 Feature Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B-1
Appendix C: 3.1 Feature Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
Call Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C-1
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I-1
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About This Manual
Software Versions Covered by This Manual
This manual covers all versions of the DBS 824.
Differences in feature availability or operation are noted within each feature
description.
If you are using this manual for a single DBS 824 system, make note of its
software version in the following table. This note may be referenced by
technicians or owners of the system.
Software version information for systems shipped with
this document
CPC-S
CPC-M
Software Version __________
Software Version __________
Organization
This manual contains detailed descriptions of DBS 824 features. The feature
descriptions are organized according to the following categories:
Feature Categories
Description
System Features
System Features are either available on a
system-wide basis or aid in the overall
administration of the DBS 824.
Attendant Features assist the attendant in
serving as a central answering point. In addition,
attendant features also provide special
capabilities for monitoring and programming
extensions.
Key Telephone Features are available to DBS
key phones. DBS key phones are proprietary
digital sets that provide feature access through a
combination of feature keys and access codes.
DSLT Features are available to Digital SingleLine Telephones. DSLTs provide digital audio
quality and limited feature key access in a
single-line set.
Attendant Features
Key Telephone
Features
Digital Single-Line
Telephone
(DSLT) Features
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Single Line Telephone
Features
Appendices
SLT Features are available to industry-standard
2500 sets. Since SLTs are not equipped with
feature keys, most features are accessed by
using the dialpad and/or the switchhook.
Descriptions of several feature upgrades have
been added to the Appendices of this manual.
Please refer to the Appendices when instructed
to do so.
Purpose
The purpose of this manual is to provide an overview of feature operation and
requirements. Where applicable, the following types of information are
provided for each feature.
Types of information
Purpose
Description
The Description section provides an overview
of how the feature works and, in some cases,
what it is typically used for.
The Operation section includes step-by-step
instructions on how to use the feature.
This section lists any special hardware that is
required to use the feature.
The Related Programming section lists the
programming subsystems associated with the
feature.
This section provides details on feature
interactions and limitations.
Operation
Hardware
Requirements
Related Programming
Considerations
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List of Features
The following tables list the features available with the DBS 824.
Topic
System Features
Attendant Features
Extension Features
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System Features
Feature
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CPC-S
CPC-M
Account Codes: Non-verified
Account Codes: Verified
Answer Supervision for Voice Mail
x
x
x
x
x
x
Auto Day Mode
Auto Set Relocation
Background Music
Battery Alarm
Battery Backup
Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Centrex/PBX Compatibility
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Direct Trunk Access
Distinctive Ringing
Door Box
DP to DTMF Signal Conversion
Hunting Priority for VAUs
Independent Timers
Key Bank Hold
Least Cost Routing
Music-on-Hold
Music-on-Hold Internal Source
Night Service (2 Modes)
Off-Premises Extension
Paging
Power Failure Transfer
Remote Maintenance
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Station Class of Service
Station Hunting: Terminal, Distributed, Longest Idle
Station Message Detail Recording
(SMDR)
Toll Restriction
Trunk Groups
Trunk Name Assignment
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Table 2.
CPC-S
CPC-M
Trunk Queuing
Universal Night Answer
Voice Mail Ringing
VAU (Voice Announce Unit)
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
VAU Port Assignment
Walking TRS Class of Service
x
x
x
x
Attendant Features
Feature
CPC-S
CPC-M
Alternate Attendant
x
Attendant Assignment of Speed Dialing
Attendant Busy Override
Attendant Call Park
Attendant Control of Absence Messages, Call Forwarding, and DND
Attendant-Controlled Text Assignment
Attendant Groups
Dial Tone Disable
DSS/72
Headset Operation
One-Touch VM Transfer
Station Lockout Code Assignment
System Time and Date Control
Traffic Measurement
Walking COS Confirmation
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Table 3.
Extension Features
Feature
Absence Message
Auto-Repeat Dial
Auto Redial
Busy Override
Call Coverage Groups
Call Duration Display
Call Forwarding
Call Hold: Exclusive and System
Call Park
Call Pickup: Direct and Group
Call Transfer: Blind and Screened
Call Waiting
Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply
Camp-on
CO Line Key Trunk Access
Conference Calls
Delayed Ringing
Dial “0” for Attendant
Direct Trunk Access
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
EM/24 Console
Flexible Function (FF) Keys
Handsfree Answerback
Handsfree Operation
Headset Operation
Intercom Calling
Last Number Redial
Line Appearances
DSS/BLF Appearances: Direct Line
(DL) Appearances
DSS/BLF Appearances: Multi-CO
(MCO) Appearances
DSS/BLF Appearances: Multi-Line
(ML) Appearances
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CPC-M
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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ML/MCO Separation
Meet-Me Answer
Message Waiting/Callback Request
Non-appearing Outside Line
Offhook Signaling
Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA)
One-Touch Keys
One-Touch VM Access
Onhook Dialing
Pooled Trunk Access
Prime Line Preference
Private Line
Reminder Call
Ringing Line Preference
Saved Number Redial
Speed Dial Linking
Speed Dialing: System and Personal
Speed Dialing Add-On Mode
(Expanded Range)
Station Lockout
Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer
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CPC-M
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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Chapter 1. System Features
This chapter contains detailed descriptions of DBS 824 System Features.
System Features are either available on a system-wide basis or aid in the
overall administration of the DBS 824.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
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Account Codes
Answer Supervision for Voice Mail
Auto Day Mode
Auto Set Relocation
1-3
1-6
1-7
1-8
Background Music
Battery Backup
Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail
Caller ID
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Direct Trunk Access
Distinctive Ringing
Door Box
DP to DTMF Signal Conversion
DP to DTMF Signal Conversion
Hunting Priority for VAUs
Independent Timers
Least Cost Routing (LCR)
Music-on-Hold
Night Service
Off-Premises Extension
Paging
Power Failure Transfer
Remote Maintenance
Station Class of Service
Station Hunting
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Toll Restriction
Trunk Groups
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1-12
1-12
1-13
1-14
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1-17
1-18
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Page
Trunk Name Assignment
Trunk Queuing
Universal Night Answer
Voice Mail Ringing
VAU
VAU Port Assignment
Walking TRS Class of Service
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System Features
Account Codes
Account Codes
You can assign account codes to clients to facilitate billing and to track call
dates and times, numbers called, and outside line numbers used. This
information is printed for each account on the SMDR record.
Non-Verified Account Codes
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Non-verified account codes can be forced or voluntary, depending on
extension programming.
With voluntary account codes, the user is not forced to enter an account code
before making a call. With forced account codes, the user must enter an
account code before accessing an outside line.
Non-verified account codes can be assigned to incoming and outgoing calls.
To assign an account code to an outgoing call, the user enters the account
code before making the call or during the call. To assign an account code to
an incoming call, the user enters the account code during the call.
To enter an Account Code before dialing:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the AUTO key, then press “#.”
• “Enter Account #” appears on the display.
• If you are using a Single Line Telephone (SLT), dial “#7.”
3. Enter the Account Code (up to 10 digits).
4. Press “#.”
“Entered Account #” appears on the display.
5. Press a vacant CO key or dial a trunk access code.
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Account Codes
System Features
6. Dial the telephone number.
To enter an Account Code during an outside call:
1. Press the AUTO key.
2. Press “#.”
“Enter Account #” appears on the display.
3. Enter the Account Code (up to 10 digits).
The Account Code entered appears on the display.
4. Press “#.”
Hardware Requirements
• An SMDR printer or external call accounting system is required to collect
account code records.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Account Codes
Considerations
• SLTs cannot assign account codes during a call.
Verified Account Codes
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions with the Verified Account Codes feature enabled are restricted
from making outside calls without the user first entering a valid Account
Code. After a valid Account Code is entered, the Toll Restriction Service
(TRS) type assigned to the code is substituted for the extension TRS type,
thus temporarily allowing calls based on the new TRS type.
Extensions with the Verified Account Codes feature disabled can place
outside calls based on the TRS type assigned to the extension. If a user wishes
to place a call that would normally be restricted at the extension, the user can
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Account Codes
enter a valid Verified Account Code to upgrade the TRS type assigned to the
extension.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#11.”
3. Enter the four-digit Account Code.
4. Press “#.”
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
5. Press an available CO key or dial a trunk access code.
The phone issues outside dial tone.
6. Dial the telephone number.
The Verified Account Code TRS type remains in effect until the call is
completed.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Verified Forced Account Codes
• FF1 (System): Toll Restriction for Verified Forced Account Codes
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Account Codes
• FF7 (TRS): Toll Restrictions
Hardware Requirements
• An SMDR printer or external call accounting system is required to collect
account code records.
Considerations
• Verified account codes are for outgoing calls only.
• The maximum number of verified account codes is 100.
• Each verified account code must consist of 4 digits.
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System Features
• “0000” cannot be used for a verified account code.
• Verified account codes do not override station lockout.
• Verified account codes do not override Least Cost Routing (LCR) settings.
Answer Supervision for Voice Mail
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
This feature allows the DBS 824 to send an answer signal to third-party voice
mail systems. Sending an answer signal provides quicker response time
between the DBS 824 and the voice mail system.
The following programming can be performed from an attendant phone or
any other phone that has entered the programming access code.
To assign an answer signal code:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Enter #94.
4. Enter the Answer Signal Code (1 to 5 digits).
5. Press the HOLD key.
To view an answer signal code:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the CONF key.
3. Dial “#94.”
Considerations
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System Features
Auto Day Mode
• The digits used for the answer signal code are determined by the
requirements of the voice mail system.
• If the called extension does not answer and is forwarded to voice mail, the
DBS 824 sends a call forward ID code back to the voice mail system.
• During transmission of the answer signal code, other DTMF digits and
functions from the DBS 824 extension are ignored.
Auto Day Mode
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Auto Day Mode allows the DBS 824 to go into day mode automatically.
The DBS 824 can also be programmed to go into night mode automatically
(see “Night Service,” page 1-25).
If only one of the auto modes is turned on, the DAY/NIGHT1/NIGHT2
toggle key or the DAY, NIGHT1 or NIGHT2 key is used to turn off the auto
mode. For instance, if night mode has been activated automatically, the
attendant must press the DAY/NIGHT1/NIGHT2 key or DAY to go into day
mode. (Note: You must wait at least 3 minutes delay after the automatic mode
is activated before manually changing the mode. Otherwise the system will
immediately revert back to the automatic mode.)
If only one of the auto modes is turned on, the DAY/NIGHT1/NIGHT2
toggle key, NIGHT1 key, or NIGHT2 key can also be used to go into an auto
mode before the scheduled time. If auto day and both auto night modes are
turned on, themanual mode keys cannot be used.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Automatic Day Mode Start Time
• FF1 (System): Automatic Night Mode Start Time
• FF1 (System): Automatic Night2 Mode Start Time
Considerations
• If both auto modes are set, the starting times must differ by at least one
hour.
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Auto Set Relocation
System Features
• When one auto mode is turned on, the mode cannot be reset by the DAY/
NIGHT1/NIGHT2, NIGHT key or NIGHT2 key until 3 minutes after the
auto mode is activated. (When both auto modes are set, the mode keys
cannot be used.)
• If mode keys are not assigned, the access codes #520 (DAY/NIGHT1/
NIGHT2 toggle), #521 (Day), #522 (Night1) and #523 (Night2) can be
used instead.
Auto Set Relocation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Auto Set Relocation can be used to relocate the program settings of one
extension to another extension.
Auto Set Relocation is commonly used when extension users want to trade
work areas. For example, if Extensions “A” and “B” are going to switch
office locations, Auto Set Relocation enables them to switch telephone
settings without re-programming.
Operation
Before a phone can be relocated, it must be assigned an Auto Set Relocation
code. See “Related Programming” for the program address used to set up the
Auto Set Relocation Code.
The following example illustrates how the program settings for extensions
200 and 300 could be switched.
To Transfer Extension Settings from 200 to 300:
1. At extension 200, pick up the handset.
2. Press “#10.”
3. Dial extension number 300.
4. Enter the four-digit auto set relocation code assigned to extension 300.
5. Replace the handset.
• All programmed extension features, TRS, and LCR settings from 200
are transferred to 300.
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System Features
Auto Set Relocation
• Extension 300 is placed out of service.
To Reactivate Extension 300:
1. Unplug the extension cable from 300.
2. Reconnect the cable.
Extension 300 assumes all extension features, TRS, and LCR settings that
were initially assigned to 200.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Auto Set Relocation Code
Considerations
• The following types of data can be transferred using this feature:
- TRS type settings
- Ring settings (trunk line, remote ringing, day/night)
- FF key data
- Extension numbers and names
- Absence messages
- Call forward settings
- Message waiting
- All settings and data defined by programming.
• Settings may not be transferred between extensions of different types. In
other words, an SLT and a KTEL cannot exchange program settings.
• Attendant 1 is excluded from this feature.
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Background Music
System Features
Background Music
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If your system is set up to provide Background Music, music can be played
from the speakers of idle telephones. If a call is made to an extension
receiving Background Music, the music stops and the phone rings.
Background Music is also interrupted when the phone goes offhook.
The system can also provide music-on-hold using the Background Music
source or a separate music source. If Music-on-Hold is provided, callers
automatically hear music when they are placed on hold. (See page 1-24 for
more information on Music-on-Hold.)
Operation
To turn Background Music on:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “#53.”
“BGM ON” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To turn Background Music off:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “#53.”
“BGM OFF” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
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System Features
Battery Alarm
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The date and time appear on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• The music source must be purchased separately. It is not provided with the
DBS 824.
• If a single music source is used for both music-on-hold and background
music, the music source connects to CN6 on the front of the CPC card. If a
separate music source is used for background music and music-on-hold,
background music connects to the CN6 on the CPC-M card and music-onhold connects to CN8 on the CPC-M card. See Installation (Section 300)
for instructions.
• The input impedance for the music source is 10k ohms.
• The maximum input level is 10 dB.
Battery Alarm
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 will display “BATTERY ALARM” on the attendant phone
when the system reverts to battery power.
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Battery Backup
System Features
Battery Backup
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 uses two 12-volt batteries. The backup batteries are connected
in a series circuit, using cables provided with the DBS 824. With maximum
traffic, the backup batteries last up to 40 minutes. The backup batteries should
be replaced about every 3 years.
Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail allows users to call forward to a thirdparty voice mail system. The ID Code sends the digits that are required by the
voice mail to identify the DBS 824 extension and allow it to retrieve
messages.
ID Codes can be set from any key phone.
Operation
To set a Call Forward ID Code for Voice Mail:
1. Press the PROG key.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press “*.”
4. Enter the extension number.
5. Enter the digits to be forwarded to voice mail.
6. Press the HOLD key.
To clear the ID Code:
1. Press the PROG key.
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Caller ID
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press “*.”
4. Enter the extension number.
5. Press the HOLD key.
Considerations
• External callers do not hear the tones sent to voice mail, but internal callers
do.
• The Extension Copy program (FF9 2# 1-24# 1-24##) should not be used
to copy extension settings that include a Call Forward ID Code. Copying
extension settings in this manner allows the copy “destination” to retrieve
the messages of the copy “source.” For example, if you copy extension
settings from extension 200 to extension 300, extension 300 can retrieve
200’s messages. Extension 300 can retrieve 200’s messages because the
Call Forward ID Code for 200 is also assigned to 300.
Caller ID
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 supports Caller ID (CID), a service offered by local central
offices, sends calling number information from the local CO to the DBS 824.
Users who have display telephones can see CID information as incoming
calls ring at their extension and can have access to previous calls via the call
log feature.
Caller ID Call Log
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Call Log keeps a record of Caller ID calls to individual phones. The Call
Log allows users to view Caller ID calls that have been sent to their phone.
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Centrex/PBX Compatibility
System Features
Users can assign an FF key to flash when there are new entries in the log.
When the user presses the key to access the log, the LED turns off.
Call Logs can be assigned to both attendant and non-attendant extensions.
Centrex/PBX Compatibility
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Centrex/PBX Compatibility allows the DBS 824 to be connected to centrex
or PBX lines.
The DBS 824 supports up to 8 access codes for dialing centrex or a PBX.
These access codes allow the DBS 824 SMDR output to exclude the number
dialed to reach a centrex or PBX line.
The DBS 824 also supports transmission of a flash signal over the centrex or
PBX link.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): PBX Access Code(s)
• FF2 (Trunks): Trunk Type
• FF8 (Least Cost Routing): LCR Add Tables
Considerations
• The LCR Add Table can be used to prefix digits for outgoing calls through
Centrex.
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) gives off-site users dial-in access to the
DBS 824. Users access DISA by dialing in on the DISA trunk.
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System Features
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
For security reasons, one incoming DISA code may be assigned. If an
incoming code is assigned, it must be entered as soon as the DISA trunk
answers.
Two outgoing DISA codes are assigned (1111 and 9999 by default). One of
the two outgoing codes must be entered before the user dials an outgoing call.
Operation
To make a DISA call to an extension:
1. Dial the DISA trunk number.
2. Once you hear DISA tone from the DBS 824, enter the 4-digit DISA code
(if an incoming DISA code is assigned).
If the incoming DISA code is not assigned, proceed to the next step.
3. Dial the extension number.
To make a DISA call to an outside number:
1. Dial the DISA trunk number.
2. Once you hear DISA tone from the DBS 824, enter the 4-digit DISA code
(if an incoming DISA code is assigned).
If the incoming DISA code is not assigned, proceed to the next step.
3. Dial #7 plus the 4-digit outgoing DISA code.
Two outgoing DISA codes are assigned. Either may be used after the #7.
4. Dial the number of the trunk group you want to use (81-86 or 9).
5. Dial the desired telephone number.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Call ID Code
• FF1 (System): DISA Outbound Call ID Code 1
• FF1 (System): DISA Outbound Call ID Code 2
• FF2 (Trunk): DISA Auto Answer
• FF2 (Trunk): DISA Start Time
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Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
System Features
• FF2 (Trunk): DISA End Time
To program an incoming code from an attendant phone:
In addition to the DISA ID Setting in FF1, the following procedure can be
used to program an incoming code.
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
3. Dial “#7.”
4. Enter the DISA code.
5. Press the HOLD key.
6. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
Hardware Requirements
• An MFR card is required for DISA (either the 2-circuit MFRU Circuit
Card VB-42431 or the 8-circuit MFR Circuit Card VB-43431). The MFR
card is required to detect DTMF tones entered via the DISA connection.
• CT1 (CO Tone 1; also labeled VR1) controls the ringing volume of DISA
calls to extensions when the MFR 8-circuit VB-43431 circuit card is used..
VR1 (also labeled MOH) controls the ringing volume of DISA calls to
extensions when the 2-circuit MFRU VB-42431 circuit card is used. See
the DBS 824 Installation Manual (Section 300) for more information.
Considerations
• DISA can be used to access extensions as well as outside numbers.
• Once an incoming DISA code is entered, you cannot blank it out without
entering the programming mode.
• Busy override cannot be used for a DISA line.
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System Features
Direct Trunk Access
Direct Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions can access a specific trunk for outgoing calls. Extensions can also
use Direct Trunk Access to test trunks or to access data trunks.
Operation
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “88,” then enter the desired line number (01-08).
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
3. Dial the telephone number.
The number appears on the display.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
Considerations
• You cannot use the Direct Trunk Access feature if you are holding a call
that does not appear on a CO line key.
Distinctive Ringing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Distinctive trunk call ringing patterns can be set up for each extension using
the Distinctive Ringing feature. Distinctive Ringing allows users to determine
which extension is ringing when several telephones are in the same area. If no
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Door Box
System Features
distinctive ringing pattern is set, the extension rings based on the incoming
ring pattern assigned to the trunk.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Ring Pattern
Considerations
• One of several ringing patterns can be selected.
• The ringing patterns are different for key phones and SLT/OPX phones.
Door Box
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Door Boxes (also called Door Phones) and door openers work together. The
Door Box is an intercom that allows visitors to announce their presence from
the office door. The door opener enables a user to unlock the door using a
telephone. Door openers are not sold by Panasonic; they can be purchased
separately from an electronics dealer. The Door Box is installed through the
Door Box Adapter (VB-43711) connected to a digital port.
Operation
To Open a Door When Talking to the Door Box:
1. Answer the Door Box. (Door Box calls ring in on a dedicated FF key.)
2. Press “#80”followed by the Door Box access code (9999 by default)
followed by “*” while connected to the Door Box extension.
The door opens automatically.
To Open a Door When Not Talking to the Door Box:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
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System Features
Door Box
2. Dial “#80”.
3. Dial the Door Box Access Code.
4. Dial the Door Box Extension Number.
5. Dial “*”.
Related Programming
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Ringing Assignments (all)
• FF1 (System Programming): Door Phone Assignments (All)
Hardware Requirements
• The Door Box feature requires a Door Box Adaptor (VB-43711), Door
Box (Door Phone) (VA-43705), and door opener. The door opener can be
purchased from an electronics dealer.
• One Door Box can be connected to a Door Box Adaptor.
• Each Door Box Adaptor uses one digital extension port.
Considerations
• The Door Box extension cannot take part in conference calls or be
overriden.
• Door Box calls cannot be call forwarded or be hunting or coverage group
members.
• The Door Opener can be set to open for 2 to 12 seconds.
• While the Door Opener is functioning, a call from another Door Box
cannot be answered.
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DP to DTMF Signal Conversion
System Features
DP to DTMF Signal Conversion
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
This feature allows an extension user to switch from DP to DTMF signaling
when using a DP trunk.
For instance, if a user dials into a voice mail system using a DP trunk, the user
can switch to DTMF signaling to communicate with the voice mail system.
DTMF tones can be sent either during the call or while the call is being
dialed.
Operation
To switch from dial pulse to DTMF dialing, press “*” or “#.”
Related Programming
• FF2 (Trunk): DTMF/Pulse Dialing for Trunks
Considerations
• DTMF dialing remains in effect for the duration of the call. Pulse dialing is
restored when the handset is replaced.
• Once DTMF dialing is invoked, the user cannot switch back to pulse
dialing without disconnecting the call.
• Changing from dial pulse to DTMF is possible even if the “*” or “#” key is
programmed for speed dialing.
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System Features
Hunting Priority for VAUs
Hunting Priority for VAUs
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
This feature allows hunting priority to be assigned to calls that overflow from
the hunt group to the VAU. If the caller hears the VAU message and then
decides to dial back into the hunt group, he or she is placed before other calls
that have just entered the hunt group queue. For an illustration of the flow of
calls, see Figure 1-1.
Figure 1-1. VAU hunting priority
CO
Direct
Trunk Call
to the Hunt Group
Pilot Number
Calls that transfer
back into the hunt group
are placed at the top
of the queue.
Hunt
Group
Queue
VAU
Hunt Group
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): VAU Port Assignment
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Independent Timers
System Features
• FF3 (Extension): VAU Hunting Priority
Considerations
• The following call types are routed to the first VAU message:
- Trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls
- Intercom calls
- Transferred intercom calls.
All recalls are routed to the second VAU message.
Independent Timers
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 provides separate timers for Call Forwarding-No Answer, CO
Delayed Ring, Extension Delayed Ring, and Hunt Group--No Answer.
The Call Forwarding-No Answer timer determines how long a call will ring
an extension before forwarding.
The CO Delayed Ring and Extension Delayed Ring timers determine how
long a call will ring an extension before ringing other extensions assigned the
delayed ringing.
The Hunt Group-No Answer timer determines how long a call will ring an
idle member of a hunt group before hunting to the next idle group member.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Call Forward--No Answer Timer
• FF1 (System): Central Office Delayed Ring Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Delayed Ring Timer
• FF1 (System): Hunt Group No Answer Timer
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System Features
Least Cost Routing (LCR)
Least Cost Routing (LCR)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Least cost routing (LCR) automatically selects the least expensive route
available for toll calls. LCR is accessed by dialing “9” before placing a call.
Related Programming
Primary Program Areas:
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF8 (LCR): Time Priority RouteTables
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Trunk Group Tables
• FF8 (LCR): Least Cost Routing Area Codes
• FF8 (LCR): Special LCR Area Codes
• FF8 (LCR): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Office Codes
• FF8 (LCR): Special LCR Office Codes Tables
Other Program Areas:
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Add Tables
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Delete Tables
Considerations
• If LCR is enabled, ML and MCO keys can be assigned for trunk group 89.
However, the FF keys will not light.
• If the LCR feature is deactivated, Pooled Trunk Access is selected
automatically.
• Your system can be programmed to use the LCR feature for all outgoing
calls.
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Music-on-Hold
System Features
Music-on-Hold
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 can provide Music-on-Hold to parties on hold on a CO line.
The Music-on-Hold feature can also be used to play announcements or
advertisements if desired.
The system can provide Music-on-Hold with the internal MOH resource on
systems using the MFR card option (CPC-M only). See “Background Music”
on page 1-10 for more information.
Hardware Requirements
• The music source must be purchased separately. It is not provided with the
DBS 824.
• If a single music source is used for both Music-on-Hold and background
music, the music source connects to the CN6 on the CPC. If a separate
music source is used for background music (CPC-M only), it connects to
CN6 and music-on-hold connects to CN8. See Installation (Section 300)
for instructions.
• The input impedance for the music source is 10k ohms.
• The maximum input level is 10 dB.
Important: A license may be required from the American Society of
Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) or similar organizations to
transmit radio or recorded music through the Music-On-Hold feature.
Panasonic Communications & Systems Company, its distributors, and
affiliates assume no liability should users of Panasonic equipment fail to
obtain such a license.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Music-On-Hold Sound Source
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System Features
Night Service
Night Service
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Attendant can switch the system between Day and two Night Modes for
answering outside calls. It is also possible to program the system to
automatically switch between night and day modes.
While in a Night Mode (generally used at night or any time when your office
is closed), incoming calls can ring at selected extensions (a night watchman’s
extension, for example), an extension connected to an answering machine, or
to a Universal Night Answer point. Universal Night Answer (UNA) is used to
allow calls to be picked up from any extension.
See page 1-43 for information on setting a UNA point.
See “Auto Day Mode” (page 1-6) for information that allows automatic
switching between day and night modes.
Operation
To switch to a Night Mode:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “#522” for Night1 mode or “#523” for Night 2 mode. (Note: #520
can be used to toggle between Day, Night1 and Night2 modes.)
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• “NIGHT MODE” or “NIGHT2 MODE” appears on the display.
To switch to Day Mode:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
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Night Service
System Features
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “#521.” (Note: #520 can be used to toggle between modes.)
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• “DAY MODE” appears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF1 (System): Ring Patterns for UNA Terminals (M, C, & B)
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Day Ring Assignments
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Night Ring Assignments
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Night2 Ring Assignments
Hardware Requirements
• Calls during Night Mode are often indicated by external paging speakers or
an external ringing device, such as a night bell. External paging and
ringing devices are not provided with the DBS 824; they must be
purchased separately.
Considerations
• Day, Night and Night 2 modes can be assigned to FF keys on an attendant
phone. The attendant can switch between Day, Night and Night 2 modes
simply by pressing the appropriate key. The FF key lights red when the
system is in the assigned mode. Alternatively a DAY/NIGHT1/NIGHT2
toggle mode kay can be assigned. Pressing thekey toggles the mode. When
in Day mode, theFF key LED is not lit. When in NIGHT1 mode, the LED
lights red. When in NIGHT2 mode, the LED lights green.
• If the same mode key is assigned on different attendant positions, each key
indicates the current mode. For instance, if a NIGHT1 key is assigned for
two attendants, both light when in NIGHT1 mode.
• If the system is programmed to switch between night and day modes
automatically, you cannot switch between modes by using the “#520/#521/
#522/#523.”
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System Features
Off-Premises Extension
Off-Premises Extension
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
SLTs that are located in remote locations can be connected to the DBS 824
through the Off-Premises Extension (OPX) Adaptor.
Off-premise phones can be connected through a direct line to the DBS 824 or
through the central office, depending on how far they are from the main
cabinet. For specifications, see Installation (Section 300).
Operation
Feature operation for OPX extensions is the same as for local SLTs connected
to the DBS 824.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Terminal Type
Hardware Requirements
• One OPX Adaptor (VB-43702) is required for each OPX extension.
• When OPX extensions are connected through the central office, an
external ringer supply may be required. If required, the ringing supply is
connected to the OPX Adaptor.
Considerations
• Up to 6 OPX extensions can be connected to a system.
• The DBS 824 side of the OPX Adaptor is connected to a digital extension
port.
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Paging
System Features
Paging
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Internal paging is accomplished through the speakers of your system’s key
phones. The Paging feature allows you to contact someone temporarily away
from an extension, give instructions to an entire group, or communicate with
several people at once. If an external paging system is connected to your
system, pages can also be sent through its speakers.
The Paging feature can also be programmed to time out after sixty seconds.
When a page call times out, a busy tone is sent to the extension that initiated
the page.
Operation
To use the Paging feature:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Press “#,” then enter the number of the desired Paging Group (00-07).
The EXT LED lights.
3. Make your announcement.
4. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Page Duration
• FF1 (System): External Page Interface Control for Paging Groups
• FF3 (Extension): Page Group (0-7) Extensions
Hardware Requirements
• External relays and an amplifier are required for external paging.
Considerations
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Power Failure Transfer
• If an external paging system has been connected to Paging Groups 00-07,
pages can be made through the external speakers. Voice Paging can also be
heard over the extensions in groups 00-07.
• An extension can belong to more than one paging group.
• A maximum of eight Paging Groups can be assigned to a system.
• Additional pages cannot be sent when someone is paging group 00. In fact,
if you page group 00 while other extensions are paging groups 01-07, the
latter operations will be terminated, and “Page Overridden” will appear on
your display.
• Paging cannot be heard at busy extensions or at extensions for which the
Do Not Disturb, Call Forwarding, or Absence Message feature is activated.
• You can answer Paging from an idle extension by dialing the Meet-Me
Answer code (“77”).
• The Meet-Me Answer feature cannot be used at an extension that is offhook at the time of the Paging Call, even if the extension later goes
onhook.
• The Meet-Me Answer feature cannot be used with Paging Group 00.
Power Failure Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
This feature provides telephone service to a limited number of SLTs during a
power failure. The SLTs are connected to the CO via a Power Failure Unit
(PFU).
In the event of a power failure, the power failure extensions have dial tone
directly from the CO; system features and restrictions do not apply.
Hardware Requirements
• Power Failure Unit (VA-43703)
• An SLT that will be connected to the PFU
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Power Failure Transfer
System Features
• A Single Line Telephone Adapter (VB-40709) is required to provide
analog ports to the PFU.
Considerations
• Up to four SLTs can be connected to one Power Failure Unit.
• If a call is in progress through the PFU when the power is restored, the call
will be disconnected.
• For added protection against power outages, backup batteries can be
installed in the DBS 824. Backup batteries provide full telephone service
and system features to all DBS 824 extensions for a limited amount of
time.
With maximum traffic, the backup batteries last up to 40 minutes.
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System Features
Remote Maintenance
Remote Maintenance
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 can be programmed from a remote terminal or from a remote
PC by connecting via modems to the Maintenance port on the Serial Interface
Unit (SIU). The Remote Programming Mode may also be used locally by
directly connecting to the Maintenance Port.
Remote Programming Mode
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Remote Programming Mode uses a modem connected to a “dumb” terminal
or a PC terminal program to access a modem connected to the DBS 824
Maintenance serial port. Local programming bypasses the modems and
connects directly from the PC or terminal to the Maintenance serial port.
When programming from a terminal connected to the RS-232C
(Maintenance) port either directly or via a modem, perform the following
steps:
1. Make certain that any cables and modems are configured and connected
as outlined in Section 300.
2. Have someone at the site set the DBS 824 to the terminal
communications mode by entering the following command at a digital
extension:
#99xxxx (where xxxx = the site’s password)
3. Enter your terminal communications program and make sure your PC’s
data communications settings match those of the DBS 824.
4. If connecting remotely using modems, dial up the DBS 824 Maintenance
port modem following the procedures for your terminal package. After
the DBS 824 displays the DBS Remote Programming Banner Screen,
type P and then press Enter.
5. Follow the directions on the screen to access the desired programs. (See
“Terminal Programming Commands.”)
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Remote Maintenance
System Features
Terminal Programming Commands
Use the following commands to navigate terminal programming:
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Command
Description
~01
~02
~03
~04
~05
~06
~07
~08
~09
~10
~B
~b
~F
~f
~R
Ctrl-Z
Access System parameters
Access Trunk parameters
Access Extension parameters
Access Ring assignments
Access FF-key assignments
Access Name assignments
Access Toll Restriction data
Access Least Cost Routing data
Access Copy mode
Access Speed Dial data
Back to previous address
Back to previous port
Forward to next address
Forward to next port
Return to previous mode
Quit
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System Features
Station Class of Service
Station Class of Service
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Station Class of Service provides a way to restrict access to certain extension
features. Station Class of Service 0 provides access to all features. By default,
all extensions are assigned to this class of service. Classes of Service 1-8 can
be modified to allow and restrict access to specific features. The following
table shows the features that can be enabled/disabled for station classes of
service.
Table 1-1. Station Classes of Service
Class of Service Features
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Feature
Dial Tone On/Off (#50)
Head/Handset Exchange (#51)
BGM On/Off (#53)
Absence Message Set/Reset (71)
Call Forward Set/Reset (72)
Do Not Disturb (73)
Station Lockout (74)
Park Access (75)
Park Pick Up (76)
Meet Me Answer (77)
UNA Pickup (78)
Direct Pickup (79)
Group Pickup (70)
Tone/Voice Mode (1)
Message Waiting Set (2)
Busy Override (4)
Call Waiting (3)
Offhook Voice Announce (5)
Central Office Call Queuing (2)
SLT Transfer (8)
Call Forwarding--External
Note: This item controls external call forwarding for internal calls.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class Of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
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Station Hunting
System Features
Station Hunting
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Station hunting allows calls to be automatically transferred among a
preselected group of phones.
When a call terminates to a busy extension in a hunt group, the call
automatically transfers to another extension in the group. If the second
extension is busy, the call automatically transfers to another member of the
group.
Three types of hunt groups are available: Terminal, Distributed, and Longest
Idle. In addition, a software-defined pilot extension number is available.
The DBS 824 also allow calls from busy hunt groups to overflow to a transfer
extension. The transfer extension can be the pilot of another hunt group, the
pilot (0) of the attendant group, or a single extension number.
Terminal Hunt Groups
When the Terminal method is selected, a call to the hunt group will repeatedly
search hunt group members until the Transfer Timer expires. If none of the
members is free when the timer expires, the call is transferred to the transfer
extension.
Distributed Hunt Groups
When the Distributed method is selected, calls are distributed through the
hunt group based on which extension in the group received a call in the last
search. The incoming call begins its search at the next available extension in
the group and then repeatedly searches the group, in sequence, until the
Transfer Timer expires. If none of the members is free when the timer expires,
the call is transferred to the transfer extension.
Longest Idle Hunt Groups
With Longest Idle hunting, a call to the pilot number rings the extension in
the group that has been available the longest.
As with the other two methods, the search then continues through the Hunt
Group until the Transfer Timer expires. If a member does not become
available before the timer expires, the call is transferred to the transfer
extension.
Related Programming
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Hunt Group Type
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System Features
Station Hunting
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Hunt Group Pilot Number
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Hunt Group Transfer Timer
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Hunt Group Member
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Transfer Extension
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Delayed Day Ring Assignments for
Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Delayed Night Ring Assignments for
Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Delayed Night 2 Ring Assignments
for Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Central Office Day Ring Assignments for
Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Central Office Night Ring Assignments
for Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Central Office Night 2 Ring Assignments
for Hunt Groups
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Ringing Assignments (all)
• FF1 (System): Hunt Group No Answer Timer
Considerations
• Up to 4 Station Hunt Groups can be programmed; a single Hunt Group can
contain up to 16 extensions, plus a pilot extension number.
• The transfer destination of any Hunt Group can be set to the pilot number
of the next group, the pilot number (0) of the Attendant Group, the pilot
number of the same group, or a real extension. The transfer destination
cannot be voice mail.
• A Transfer Timer adjusts the transfer time between hunt groups. The
transfer time can be set from 0 to 32 seconds. If the timer is set to 0
seconds, CO calls will be queued at the hunt group until a member is
available. Intercom calls will also queue.
• Central office trunks can be set to terminate to different hunt group pilot
numbers during day and night mode operation.
• The Hunt Group No Answer Timer determines how long a hunt group
member rings before the call is transferred to the next hunt group member.
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Station Hunting
System Features
• A call arriving at the the pilot number of a hunt group will hunt to a
member that has call forwarding set, unless call forwarding is set to an
outside number. The following call types will hunt to a member that has
call forwarding set:
- Intercom calls
- Transferred intercom calls
- Incoming CO calls
- Transferred CO calls
- DISA calls
• In order for an extension to be permanently call forwarded to the pilot
number of a hunt group, the hunt group pilot number must be 244 or
above. If extension 200 is assigned as the pilot number of a hunt group,
hunting will work properly when 200 is dialed. However, permanent call
forwarding will not work for any extension that is permanently call
forwarded to the hunt group pilot number.
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System Features
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
Station Message Detail Recording
(SMDR)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) provides detailed call records of
outgoing calls . SMDR records can be output to a printer or an external call
accounting system. Figure 1-2 shows the SMDR format for the CPC-S and
CPC-M.
Figure 1-2. SMDR Format CPC-S and CPC-M
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
T MM/DD HH:MM:SS HH:MM.SS NNN DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD AAAAAAAAAA VVVVV NN
1=Call type
S=Inbound DISA
s=Outbound DISA
I=Incoming
O=Outgoing
T=Transfer (See Note 1.)
5=Extension number
10-69, 100-699=extensions
CO number=DISA
6=Dialed digits or Caller ID
DD=digits 0-9 or symbols * or #
(See Note 2.)
2=Date
MM=month
DD=day
7=Account code
A=0-9999999999
3=Call start time
HH=hours
MM=minutes
SS=seconds
8=Verified account code or walking
COS code
V0000-V9999=verified account codes
W0000-W9999=walking COS codes
4=Call duration
HH=hours
MM=minutes
SS=seconds
9=Trunk Number
NN=number (01-64)
Notes:
1. Transferred calls include direct and group call pickups and conference calls.
If a station call is transferred to an outside number, an SMDR record is
also created for the station that is transferred.
2. The * symbol appears as a greater-than sign (>) on the SMDR printout; the # symbol
appears as a less-than sign (<). Centrex and PBX codes, as well as LCR access
codes, do not appear as dialed digits. With Caller ID information, “Private”
appears with calls that have restricted Caller ID display and “Out of Area”
appears with calls that originated out of the CO’s area.
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Toll Restriction
System Features
• FF1 (System): SMDR Start Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): SMDR Printing Mode 1: Outbound and Inbound
• FF1 (System): SMDR Printing Mode 2: Long Distance and Local Calls
• FF1 (System): SMDR Printing Mode 3: Header Title
• FF3 (Extension) Station Message Detail Recorder (SMDR) Report
Hardware Requirements
• A printer or external call accounting system is required to output SMDR
data.
Toll Restriction
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Access levels, including the prohibition of long distance calls or after-hours
calls, can be assigned to specific extensions or CO lines using the Toll
Restriction feature. This minimizes non-business related calls and reduces
phone bills by only allowing long distance calls over designated lines.
The following access levels are available:
Table 1-2. Toll Restriction Types
Toll Restriction
Type
0
Characteristics
Restriction of outbound dialing (except 911)
Inbound ringing trunks can be answered by or transferred to Type 0 extensions.
Intercom calls are allowed.
1
Cannot perform Group Call Pickup.
Full restriction of outbound dialing (except 911).
Inbound ringing on all trunks.
Intercom calls are allowed.
Group call pickup is allowed.
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System Features
Toll Restriction
2
Local calls allowed
1-800 calls allowed
Inbound trunk calls can be answered and transferred from a Type 2 phone.
Full restriction of international calls.
Full restriction of operator calls.
Speed dial number selectable restriction.
N11 code selectable restriction except 911.
Restriction of up to 50 seven-digit numbers.
Inter-digit timing is set to 6 seconds.
1-800 calls allowed.
3
Full restriction of operator calls.
Selectable restriction of international calls.
Selectable restriction of N11 codes (211-811).
Speed dial number selectable restriction.
Restriction of up to 50 seven-digit numbers.
Trunk calls can be answered and transferred.
Defaulted to full restriction of area-code dialing (see Notes).
Defaulted to full restriction of office-code dialing (see Notes).
Inter-digit timing is set to 6 seconds.
Identical to Type 3, except that office-code dialing is allowed by default; type 4 also
allows Operator Calls (Type 3 does not allow Operator Calls) (See Notes).
Programmable TRS Type; defaulted to no restrictions (see Notes).
Programmable TRS Type; defaulted to no restrictions (see Notes).
No restriction of outbound dialing.
4
5
6
7
Notes:
For TRS types 3-6, operator calls are allowed if FF7 1# 1# is set to “on.” The office code tables are used to restrict
all 0 plus dialing; the next two digits will also be analyzed.
For TRS types 3-6, area code and office code restrictions can be changed using “Area Code Table For TRS Types
3-6‚” “Office Code Table For TRS Types 3-6‚” “Special Area Code Table For TRS Types 3-6‚” and “Special
Office Code Table For TRS Types 3-6‚” explained in Chapter 8 of Programming (Section 400).
For TRS types 3-6, area and office code restrictions can be further managed using “Special Area Code Table For
TRS Types 3-6” and “Special Office Code Table For TRS Types 3-6” found in Chapter 8 of Programming (Section 400). Four area codes can be associated with special area code tables 1-4 (one area code per table). Within
each of these tables, the entire range of valid office codes can be individually allowed or restricted. Thus, the Special Area and Office Codes work together to provide specific toll restrictions.
The following calling restrictions are also available:
• Station Lockout Key Code Restriction
A key code must be entered before calling out when the Station Lockout
feature is activated.
• Account Code Restriction
An Account Code must be entered before calling out.
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Trunk Groups
System Features
• Forced LCR Restriction
The LCR feature controls outside calls.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Override Toll Restrictions with SSD Numbers
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Lockout Code
• FF7 (Toll Restriction): Toll Restriction Settings (all)
Considerations
• The dialing restrictions included in this feature help prevent unauthorized
outgoing calls. It is possible, however, to program your system to allow
System Speed Dialing to override Toll Restrictions.
Trunk Groups
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Trunks can be placed in trunk groups. When a trunk group is accessed, the
DBS 824 automatically selects an open trunk from the group.
Operation
To access a trunk group, do one of the following:
• Dial a trunk group access code before dialing the telephone number. Trunk
group access codes are 9, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, and 86.
• Press an FF key that is assigned as a pooled trunk key.
Related Programming
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Groups “81-86”
Considerations
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System Features
Trunk Name Assignment
• Trunks can appear in more than one trunk group.
• If Least Cost Routing is enabled, the trunk group “9” automatically
accesses the LCR features.
Trunk Name Assignment
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can display a name, number, or message of up to six characters on the
LCD in place of your CO trunk line number. The name will appear when a
CO call is ringing or connected.
For example, you can assign specific CO lines to different individuals or
departments. Then, when an extension rings, the individual’s name or the
department’s name will appear on the display, immediately identifying the
person for whom the call is intended.
While you are speaking on the extension, “CO TALK XXXXXX” will appear
on the LCD. (XXXXXX represents the six characters of the Trunk Name.)
While the extension is ringing, “INCOMING XXXXXX” will appear. While
the extension is ringing and you are speaking on the extension at the same
time, “INCOMING XXXXXX” will appear on the second line of the display.
Related Programming
• FF6 (Name and Message): Trunk Name Assignment
Considerations
• Trunk names can be assigned with a DSS or an attendant phone.
• If a text name is assigned to a CO trunk, the trunk number does not appear
on the display.
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Trunk Queuing
System Features
Trunk Queuing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If all outside lines in a Trunk Group are busy, the system can call you when a
line becomes free. When the Trunk Callback alert tone rings, simply pick up
the handset and dial the telephone number .
Operation
To set Trunk Queuing:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the CO line key or dial a trunk access code.
The phone issues busy tone.
3. Press “2.”
“In CO Queuing” appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
5. Wait for the Trunk Callback alert tone.
To respond to the Trunk Callback alert tone:
Pick up the handset.
• The outside line is automatically accessed.
• The phone issues dial tone.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
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System Features
Universal Night Answer
Considerations
• Response to the Trunk Callback alert tone must be within sixteen seconds
or Trunk Queuing will be canceled.
• If a call arrives from an outside line while the Trunk Queuing feature is
activated, Trunk Queuing will be suspended for the duration of the
incoming call.
• If you are engaged in another call on a different line for more than twenty
minutes after the desired outside line becomes available, that outside line’s
assignment to you will be canceled.
• The Trunk Queuing feature may also be used if you hear a busy tone when
trying to make a call using the Pooled Trunk Access feature.
• Trunk Queuing can be used by SLTs.
Universal Night Answer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
During night mode, Universal Night Answer (UNA) incoming calls can be
indicated on an external speaker system.With the CPC-M, calls can
alternatively be indicated on an external ringer, such as a night bell.
Universal Night Answer calls can be picked up from any extension, provided
the extension’s Class of Service allows UNA answer.
Operation
To answer a UNA call:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “78.”
“CO TALK #XX” appears on the display (where “XX” = the trunk
number).
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Voice Mail Ringing
System Features
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF1 (System): Ring Patterns for UNA Terminals (M, C, & B)
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Day Ring Assignment
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): CO Night Ring Assignment
Hardware Requirements
• An external ringing device is not provided with the DBS 824. It can be
purchased separately from an electronics dealer.
• An external amplifier and speakers are not provided with the DBS 824;
they must be purchased separately.
Considerations
• Extension port 17 (CPC-S) or port 25 (CPC-M) is used to assign ringing to
an external UNA interface.
Voice Mail Ringing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Voice Mail Ringing feature allows calls from a DBS 824 Automated
Attendant or from an ACD port to ring an extension with the same ring tone
as a CO trunk. The ring pattern is selected in the Extension Distinctive
Ringing program. If a distinctive ringing pattern is not specified, the ringing
pattern will be two seconds on/two seconds off.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Ring Pattern
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System Features
VAU
VAU
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Voice Announce Unit (VAU) is a digital answering device that can be
connected to the DBS 824. It provides for the recording and playback of up to
two voice messages, along with the ability to transfer incoming calls.
When a call reaches the VAU, it plays a prerecorded voice message. The
caller is then allowed to dial a number or is automatically transferred to a
predetermined extension.
The VAU is often used to back up operators or hunt groups. Callers
overflowing from either of these positions hear a message and can then dial a
number or wait to be transferred back to the operator or hunt group.
The VAU can be used to provide a variety of other services to callers, such as
a menu of dialing options or transfer to an answering machine.
VAU Port Assignment
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Operation
A digital port can be assigned as a VAU through system programming.
The following call types are routed to the first VAU message:
•DISA calls
•Transferred trunk calls
•Transferred intercom calls.
All recalls are routed to the second message.
Programming
• FF3 (Extension): VAU Port Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): VAU Hunting Priority
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Walking TRS Class of Service
System Features
Walking TRS Class of Service
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Walking TRS Class of Service allows an extension user to “carry” his or her
toll restrictions to another phone.
Before the Walking TRS Class of Service feature can be used, a Walking
Class of Service code must be entered for each extension that wants to use
dialing privileges at another extension.
To enter a Walking Class of Service code:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#12.”
3. Enter the four-digit Walking Class of Service code (0001-9999).
Operation
To enter a Walking Class of Service code:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#12.”
3. Enter the four-digit Walking Class of Service code (0001-9999).
4. Press “#.”
5. Replace the handset.
To use a Walking Class of Service code:
1. Pick up the handset of an extension other than your own.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#13.”
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System Features
Walking TRS Class of Service
3. Enter your extension number.
4. Enter your Walking Class of Service code.
5. Press “#.”
6. Enter a trunk access code (88XX, 9, 81-86).
The phone issues outside dial tone.
7. Dial the telephone number.
The Walking Class of Service remains in effect until you replace the
handset.
To clear a Walking Class of Service code:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#12.”
3. Enter the original Walking Class of Service code.
4. Press “#.”
5. Replace the handset.
To confirm a Walking Class of Service code (Attendant Phone only):
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press the CONF key.
3. Dial “#12.”
4. Enter the extension number.
The Walking Class of Service code for that extension appears on the
display.
Considerations
• Walking Class of Service can be used by KTELs, DSLTs, and SLTs.
• A Walking Class of Service code can be used on more than one extension.
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Walking TRS Class of Service
System Features
• If an extension is locked out, the Walking Class of Service feature will
override the lockout.
• LCR and TRS dialing privileges follow the Walking Class of Service.
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Chapter 2. Attendant Features
This chapter describes features that are available to an attendant phone.
In addition to functioning as a central answering point, an attendant phone
also has special capabilities for monitoring and programming other phones.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
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Attendant Assignment of Speed Dialing
Attendant Busy Override
Attendant Call Park
Attendant Control of Absence Messages,
2-3
2-4
2-5
2-6
Attendant-Controlled Text Assignment
Attendant Groups
Dial Tone Disable
DSS/72
Headset Operation
Key Bank Hold
One-Touch VM Transfer
Station Lockout Code Assignment
System Time and Date Control
Traffic Measurement
Walking COS Confirmation
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2-10
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Attendant Features
Attendant Assignment of Speed Dialing
Attendant Assignment of Speed Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The attendant can assign system speed dialing numbers. System speed dialing
numbers are shared by all DBS 824 extensions.
Operation
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
“F” appears on the display.
3. Press AUTO.
“FA” appears on the display.
4. Enter the Speed Dial code (00-89 or 000-199).
“Enter SSD XX” appears on the display (where “XX” is the System
Speed Dial code).
5. Dial the telephone number to be stored.
The number appears on the display.
6. Press the HOLD key.
“SSD XX” (where “XX” is the Speed Dial code) and the stored telephone
number appear on the display.
7. Repeat steps 2-6 to store additional numbers.
Considerations
• Storing a new number erases any previously stored data.
• To delete a System Speed Dial number, perform the programming steps,
but do not enter a number before pressing HOLD.
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Attendant Busy Override
Attendant Features
• Names for System Speed Dialing can also be stored using a DSS console
connected to the attendant phone.
Attendant Busy Override
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Attendant Busy Override feature allows the attendant to break in on an
Intercom Call or a CO Call that is already in progress.
Attendant Busy Override can break into any extension, even if the extension
has “Busy Overridden” turned off. (The extension feature “Busy Override”
cannot break into an extension that has “Busy Overridden” turned off.)
System programming determines whether the override is preceded by an alert
tone. By default, Attendant Override does not sound an alert tone.
Operation
To override a busy extension:
Press “4.”
“CONF XXX YYY” (where “XXX” and “YYY” are the extension numbers)
appears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Override
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override & OHVA
Considerations
• Replace the handset to exit the three-party conference call.
• The alert tone can be turned on or off through system programming.
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Attendant Features
Attendant Call Park
Attendant Call Park
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Using the Attendant Call Park feature, the Attendant may park an outside call
until the called party can be found. The attendant can then use the Paging
feature to inform the called party of the call’s Park Number. The parked call
can then be retrieved from any extension by dialing the Park Number.
The attendant phone is equipped with ten outside line Park Numbers (00-09).
Programming a Call Park key into an FF key on a telephone or a DSS console
makes one-touch Call Park possible.
Operation
To park an outside call:
1. Press the HOLD key.
• The outside call is placed on hold.
• “CO HOLD #XX” (where “XX” is the trunk number) appears on the
display.
2. Dial “75.”
3. Enter desired Park Number (00-09).
“PARK HOLD 01” appears on the display if you selected Park Number
01.
To release a parked call (after receiving the Park Number from the
Attendant):
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “76.”
3. Enter the Park Number assigned to the call.
“PARK PICK XX” (where “XX” is the park number) appears, and then
“CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the trunk number of the call) appears.
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Attendant Control of Absence Messages,
Attendant Features
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Park Hold Recall Timer
Considerations
• An FF key assigned to Call Park indicates when a call is parked.
• If a parked call is not answered before the Attendant Park Hold Recall
Timer expires, the parked call recalls to the attendant.
Attendant Control of Absence Messages,
Call Forwarding, and DND
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An attendant phone can cancel the Absence Message, Call Forwarding, and
Do-Not-Disturb (DND) features activated on any extension.
Operation
To cancel an Absence Message, Call Forwarding, or DND:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
3. Dial the extension number.
4. Press “*.”
5. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
Considerations
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Attendant Features
Attendant-Controlled Text Assignment
• On DSS consoles equipped with DSS keys, the indicator for an extension
that has Absence Message, Call Forwarding, or DND activated lights
green. This indicator goes off when the feature is canceled. The indicator
does not light for Permanent Call Forwarding.
Attendant-Controlled Text Assignment
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The attendant can assign text to extensions, system speed dial numbers, and
Call Waiting/OHVA text replies without using a DSS/72 or entering the
programming mode.
Text is assigned through the dial pad on the attendant phone.
Operation
To assign names to extensions:
1. Pick up the receiver or press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press PROG.
3. Dial #2.
4. Enter the extension’s port number.
5. Press AUTO to backspace and erase the existing name.
6. Use the dialpad sequences shown in Table 2-1 on page 2-8 to enter letters
and/or numbers.
Press FLASH after each letter.
Press CONF to switch between numbers and letters.
7. To store your entry, press HOLD.
To assign names to System Speed Dial numbers:
1. Pick up the receiver or press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press PROG.
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Attendant Features
3. Dial #1
4. Press AUTO.
5. Dial the desired system speed dial number (00-89 or 000-199).
6. Press AUTO to backspace and erase the existing name.
7. Use the dialpad sequences shown in Table 2-1 to enter letters and/or
numbers.
Press FLASH after each letter.
Press CONF to switch between numbers and letters.
8. To store your entry, press HOLD.
To assign text to Call Waiting/OHVA Text Replies):
1. Pick up the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Press PROG.
3. Dial #5
4. Dial 1-5, depending on which text message you want to change.
5. Press AUTO to backspace and erase the existing name.
6. Use the dialpad sequences shown in Table 2-1 to enter letters and/or
numbers.
Press FLASH after each letter.
Press CONF to switch between numbers and letters.
7. To store your entry, press HOLD.
Table 2-1. Key sequences for text assignment.
Key
1
2
3
4
2-8
Number of Key Presses
Once
Twice
Three
times
Four
times
Five
times
Six
times
Space
A
D
G
Q
B
E
H
Z
C
F
I
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Key
5
6
7
8
9
0
*
#
Attendant Groups
Number of Key Presses
Once
Twice
Three
times
Four
times
Five
times
Six
times
J
M
P
T
W
.
*
#
K
N
R
U
X
:
/
L
O
S
V
Y
.
?
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j
m
p
t
w
:
*
#
k
n
r
u
x
.
/
l
o
s
v
y
:
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Attendant Groups
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 can accommodate up to four attendant positions. The first
attendant is fixed at port 1, extension 100. The other Attendants can be set to
any port or extension. When there is more than one attendant in a system, you
can create an Attendant Group with a pilot number of 0.
When all Multi-Line keys on the first attendant phone are busy, calls are
forwarded to the second, third, and fourth attendant phones, in that order.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Second Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Third Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Fourth Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Extension
Considerations
• If all four phones are busy, calls are transferred to a preset destination,
which must be a real extension number. The forwarding destination cannot
be the pilot number of a hunt group.
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Dial Tone Disable
Attendant Features
• The third and fourth attendants cannot have a DSS/72.
Dial “0” calls ring the first attendant, even if the first attendant has call
forwarding activated. However, if a call is unanswered, it does not skip to
the next attendant. The call continues to ring the first attendant until the
caller hangs up.
Dial Tone Disable
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The intercom dial tone can be turned off at an attendant phone. Dial tone is
turned off when a headset is used.
Operation
To disable the intercom dial tone:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press “#50.”
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To reactivate dial tone:
Repeat the preceding steps.
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Attendant Features
DSS/72
DSS/72
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DSS/72 is a 72-key console that can be attached to the attendant phone.
The 72 keys of the DSS can be programmed as Direct Station Select (DSS)
keys for internal lines. In addition to providing direct station selection, the
DSS keys also provide busy lamp fields to assist the attendant in monitoring
the status of extensions.
The attendant can perform a simplified call transfer by pressing a DSS key
while connected to an outside line. The outside line is placed on hold and the
extension is dialed automatically.
When the attendant is placed in the programming mode, the DSS can be used
for inputting text names. Figure 2-1 shows which keys are pressed for text
input.
Figure 2-1. VB-43225 with a DSS/72
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DSS/72
Attendant Features
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extensions): Terminal Type
Hardware Requirements
Table 2-2. DSS/72 maximums
Attendant Position
Attendant 1
DSS/72 Assignments
DSS/72
DSS/72
DSS/72
DSS/72
Attendant 2
Attendant 3
Attendant 4
The DSS/72 cannot be assigned.
The DSS/72 cannot be assigned.
• The DSS key LED informs the attendant of the status of assigned
extensions. The LED lights red when the extension is busy and green when
Absence Message, Call Waiting, or DND is activated.
• Pressing a DSS key while connected to an outside line places the line on
hold.
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Headset Operation
Headset Operation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
A headset can be connected to attendant or non-attendant phones. (Dial tone
is normally turned off when the headset is connected.)
Operation
To use a headset:
1. Connect a headset to the telephone.
2. Press the ON/OFF key.
3. Press “#51.”
The ON/OFF LED remains lit.
To stop using a headset:
Repeat the preceding steps.
Hardware Requirements
• Headsets are not provided with the DBS 824; they must be purchased
separately.
• Most commercially available headsets (with ECM mike transducers) can
be used.
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Key Bank Hold
Attendant Features
Key Bank Hold
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Key bank hold allows a user on a trunk call to initiate another trunk call by
simply pressing an FF key for another trunk. When the user presses the FF
key, the first trunk call is automatically placed on system hold.
In addition, the attendant can use key bank hold with DSS/BLF keys to
provide one-touch call transfer to an extension. For example, if the attendant
phone has a DSS/BLF key assigned for extension 200, the attendant can
answer an incoming trunk call and then press the DSS/BLF key to
automatically transfer the call to 200.
If key bank hold is turned off, the user must press HOLD before accessing a
second trunk or transferring a call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Trunk Line Automatic Hold (Key Bank Hold)
One-Touch VM Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Operation
The VM key can also be used by attendants to easily transfer incoming callers
to an extension’s voice mailbox. When a user presses a voice mail key and
then presses a DSS/BLF key, the digits programmed for the DSS/BLF key are
transmitted to the voice mail system.
For example, if an attendant receives an incoming call for station 200 and the
attendant knows that station 200 is busy because the DSS/BLF key is lit red,
the attendant can press the VM key and then press the DSS/BLF key to
automatically transfer the caller to 200’s voice mailbox.
For a general description of the VM key as well as instructions on using the
key for personal message retrieval, see “One-Touch VM Access” on page 365.
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Attendant Features
One-Touch VM Transfer
Note: The VM key is assigned differently, depending on whether it is used
for personal message retrieval or attendant transfer. See the following
“Operation” section for instructions.
Operation
To assign a voice mail key:
Note: You cannot program this feature if trunks are assigned to the key. First
clear the FF assignments, then use the following procedures to assign the VM
key.
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key, DSS key, or One-Touch key.
4. Press the CONF key.
5. Press the AUTO key.
6. Dial the voice mail extension number.
7. If the key is for personal message retrieval, enter a password (XXX or
AUTO 00-99) if desired. If the key is for attendant transfer to voice mail,
do not enter a password but include any special codes (* or #, for
example) if they are required by the voice mail system.
Note: The length of the password and the VM extension number cannot
exceed six digits. If the VM number and the password total more than six
digits, assign the password to a personal or system speed dial number (0099 or 000-199, 900-939).
8. Press the HOLD key.
Attendant Transfer to Voice Mail
1. The attendant answers an incoming call.
The incoming caller asks to be transferred to an extension number.
2. The attendant checks the DSS/BLF key for the extension. If the light is
red, the attendant presses the VM key followed by the DSS/BLF key.
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One-Touch VM Transfer
Attendant Features
The incoming caller is transferred to the extension’s mailbox.
Related Programming
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment for Extensions
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignments for DSS Consoles
Considerations
• Once an extension is connected to voice mail, pressing a DSS/BLF key
will transmit the extension number stored on the DSS/BLF key to the voice
mail system, regardless of what state the DSS/BLF key is in. In other
words, the extension number is transmitted whether the key is idle, ringing,
or busy.
Note: DSS/BLF keys on the DSS/72 always light red when an extension
is active; they do not flash red when an extension is ringing, or light green
when an extension is forwarded.
Note: If an attendant wants one VM key for a personal mailbox and one
for transferring to voice mail, the personal VM key must be assigned to the
lowest-numbered FF key.
For example, if DSS keys 60 and 61 are assigned as VM keys, key 60
should be used for the attendant’s personal mailbox. If VM keys are
assigned to both the phone FF keys and the DSS keys, the lowest-numbered
FF key on the phone should be used for the attendant’s personal mailbox. If
the personal VM key is not assigned to the lowest-numbered key, it will not
flash to indicate VM messages.
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Attendant Features
Station Lockout Code Assignment
Station Lockout Code Assignment
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Station Lockout feature allows users to dial a Station Lockout code to
restrict their phone from being used for outside calls.
Station Lockout codes can be assigned through the attendant phone.
Operation
To program a Station Lockout code:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
3. Dial “#8.”
4. Dial the extension number.
5. Enter the desired key code (four digits).
6. Press the HOLD key.
“STORE XXXX” (where “XXXX” is the key code) appears on the
display.
7. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
Considerations
• A locked extension can be used for Intercom Calls.
• Station Lockout key codes can also be set through system programming.
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System Time and Date Control
Attendant Features
System Time and Date Control
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The date and time displayed on all system extensions are set from an
attendant phone.
Operation
To set the date and time:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The current date and time are displayed on your LCD.
2. Press the PROG key.
“F” appears on the display.
3. Dial “##.”
“Program Mode:” appears on the first line of the display; “MAIN
MODE” appears on the second line.
4. Press the FF1 key.
“SELECT SUB MODE” appears on the second line of the display.
5. Dial “1#.”
“1:DATE 2:TIME” appears.
6. Dial “1#.”
“MONTH/DAY/YEAR” appears.
7. Enter six digits for the month, day, and year.
For example, to set the date to March 3, 1993, enter “030393.”
8. Press #.
“TIME SET MODE appears on the display.
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Attendant Features
System Time and Date Control
9. Enter four digits for hours and minutes (24-hr. time).
For example, for 11:00 a.m., enter “1100.”
10. Press #.
11. Press the ON/OFF key.
The new date and time appear on the display.
To reset the minutes display to “00:”
If the clock is five minutes slow or fast, you can re-synchronize the minutes
setting to “00,” provided the current minutes display is between “:55” and
“:05.”
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
“F” appears on the display.
3. Dial “#4.”
“Time Adjusted” appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
Considerations
• The month is entered in numeric form, but is displayed as the name of the
month.
• The day of the week is calculated automatically.
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Traffic Measurement
Attendant Features
Traffic Measurement
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An attendant phone can track the number of outgoing and incoming calls for
each outside line number, as well as the number of times each System Speed
Dial number is used. This information can be used to evaluate trunk usage
and control costs.
To determine the number of outgoing calls made on an outside line:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
“C” appears on the display.
3. Dial “#90,” then enter the number of the outside line you want to check.
If 1234 outgoing calls have been made on line 01, “OutGoing01 01234”
appears on the display.
Pressing the # key steps through the trunk numbers and system speed dial
numbers.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To check other usage rates:
Replace “#90” in Step 3 with one of the following codes:
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Attendant Features
Traffic Measurement
Table 2-3. Traffic measurement options
Operation
Code
Display
Check the number of incoming calls to a specific trunk
Check the number of times a System Speed Dial number
was used:
Delete usage data:
Notes:
#91NN
#92SS
“Incoming NN”
“SYS-SPD SS”
#93
“Clear All Inform”
NN = CO line number (01-08)
SS = System Speed Dial number (00-89 or 000-199)
Considerations
• The Traffic Measurement feature can be accessed from any display phone.
• Usage data cannot be cleared item by item.
• All data is retained until it is deleted or until 65,536 entries are made (at
which point the figures are reset to zero).
• A backup battery protects memory contents in case of power failure.
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Attendant Features
Walking COS Confirmation
Walking COS Confirmation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The attendant can check the Walking Class of Service ID code of any
extension.
Operation
1. Press ON/OFF.
2. Press CONF.
3. Dial #12 plus the extension number.
The Walking Class of Service ID code appears on the display.
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Chapter 3. Key Telephone Features
This chapter describes DBS 824 key telephone features. DBS 824 key
telephones are proprietary digital phones that provide feature access through
a combination of feature keys and access codes.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
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Key Phone
Absence Message
Auto Redial
Auto-Repeat Dial
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Call Coverage Groups
Call Duration Display
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Park
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply
Camp-on
CO Line Key Trunk Access
Conference Calls
Delayed Ringing
Dial “0” for Attendant
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
EM/24 Console
Flexible Function (FF) Keys
Handsfree Answerback
Handsfree Operation
Headset Operation
Intercom Calling
Last Number Redial
Line Appearances
Meet-Me Answer
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Topic
Message Waiting/Callback Request
Non-Appearing Outside Lines
Offhook Signaling
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
One-Touch Keys
One-Touch VM Access
Onhook Dialing
Pooled Trunk Access
Prime Line Preference
Private Line
Reminder Call
Ringing Line Preference
Saved Number Redial
Speed Dialing
Station Lockout
Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer
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Key Telephone Features
Key Phone
Key Phone
As an example of a key phone, 3-1 illustrates the DBS 824 key phone model
VB-43225. The VB-43225 provides a large display that includes one-touch
access to speed dial numbers, telephone features, and help screens.
Please refer to “Appendix A: 2.0 Feature Update” for additional information
on VB-44225 Large Display Key Telephone features.
Figure 3-1. VB-43225 key phone
Absence Message
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extension users can leave text messages on their phones when they are away.
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Absence Message
Key Telephone Features
When the unattended extension is dialed, the text message displays on the
caller’s phone.
Any one of the following messages can be selected. Messages 5 to 9 can be
changed through system programming.
Table 3-1. Absence Messages
Message
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Message Text
In Meeting
At Lunch
Out of Office
Vacation
Another Office
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
Operation
To set an Absence Message
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “71.”
“Enter Msg Code” appears on the display.
3. Enter a message code between 0 and 9 (See Table 3-1).
“Enter Parameter” appears on the display.
4. Enter the time you will return (optional). See Table 3-2 for examples.
5. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The DND/CF LED lights.
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Key Telephone Features
Absence Message
• “At Lunch” appears on the display if you selected message code 1.
To cancel an Absence Message
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “71.”
“Enter Msg Code” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The DND/CF LED goes off, and the message disappears from the
display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF6 (Names and Messages): Absence Messages
Considerations
• Calling parties without a display get a busy signal, rather than the Absence
Message.
• If a message code number that has not been programmed is selected,
“Absence,” followed by the code number, appears on the display.
• Absence Message return times can be input as shown in the following
table:
Table 3-2. Example Return Times for Absence Messages
Input
No input
9
11
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Return
Return 9:00
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Auto Redial
Key Telephone Features
615
1035
Return 6:15
Return 10:35
Four-digit numbers can also be input (0000-9999 = Hours & Minutes or
Month & Date).
• When an Absence Message is set on a DID extension, incoming DID calls
are routed according to the ringing assignment programmed for the
incoming trunk.
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls:
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls follow permanent call forward
settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• Callback to an incoming CO call on a Private Line is available if the
Absence Message feature is activated.
Auto Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If the Redial key is pressed when the extension is idle or receiving dial tone,
the last intercom or outside number is automatically redialed.
Related Programming
• FF3 (System): Auto-Redial on Extensions
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
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Key Telephone Features
Auto-Repeat Dial
Auto-Repeat Dial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
When a called outside party is busy, pressing the REDIAL key while hearing
busy tone automatically redials the number. The system will keep redialing
the number until the called party answers, you hang up or the Auto-Repeat
Dialing Count is reached.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Auto-Repeat Dialing Count
• FF1 (System): Wait Timer for Auto-Repeat Dialing
• FF1 (System): Busy Tone Detection Timer
• FF1 (System): Dial Tone Detection Timer
• FF2 (Trunk): CO Busy Tone Detection
Busy Override
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions in the same Paging Group (1-7) can break into one another’s
outside calls or intercom calls to relay urgent information or to create threeparty conference calls.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. When you hear busy tone, dial “4.”
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Call Coverage Groups
Key Telephone Features
• An alert tone sounds to both phones (system programming required).
• The EXT LED lights.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override and OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Send
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Receive
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Page Group
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting
Considerations
• You cannot break in on three-party conference calls.
• Attendants can be prevented from using busy override.
• The default for the override alert tone is “off.” If the override alert tone is
enabled, the tone will be sent to both parties when a call is overridden.
• “Overridden” does not appear on the display of an extension that has been
broken into.
• Call Waiting must be activated for Busy Override to operate on hunt
groups calls.
Call Coverage Groups
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Call coverage is designed for office workers who almost always want their
unanswered calls to be routed to the same secretary or secretaries.
Up to two extensions can be designated as covering phones (secretary).
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Call Coverage Groups
For example, if an outside call on line 1 is sent to extension 135, but
extension 135 does not answer, the call will ring once when the call first
comes in at the covering phone and “TRK #01> 135” will appear on the
covering phone’s display.
If two extensions are designated as covering phones and the first in DND, the
second will receive the call.
Call coverage assignments are controlled through system programming,
rather than from individual extensions.
For extension-controlled routing of unanswered calls, see “Call Forwarding”
on page 3-10.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Offhook Signal
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Call Coverage Group Member Table
Considerations
• Up to four Call Coverage Groups can be programmed into your system. A
Call Coverage Group can have up to two covering phones and up to six
extensions.
• A member of one Call Coverage Group cannot belong to another Call
Coverage Group or to a Hunting Group.
• A single-line telephone (SLT) can be a member of a coverage group, but it
cannot be a covering phone.
• Calls to an extension in DND do not cover.
• Calls to an extension with Call Forwarding activated do not cover.
• If the Call Forwarding feature or the Absence Message feature is activated
for covering phone No. 1, covering phone No. 2 will “cover” the other
extensions in the group.
• Voice intercom calls do not activate call coverage. Only tone intercom
calls can activate call coverage.
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Call Duration Display
Key Telephone Features
Call Duration Display
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The length of a conversation on a CO line usually appears on display phones.
The duration display shows the number of minutes and seconds the call has
lasted.
The display does not begin right away; it begins either 5, 16 or 30 seconds
after the call begins, depending on how the DBS 824 is programmed.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Call Duration Display
• FF1 (System): Call Duration Timer
• FF1 (System): SMDR Start Timer for CO Calls
Call Forwarding
CPC-S and CPC-M)
Call Forwarding allows users to send their calls to another extension, to an
outside line, or to voice mail. The following table shows the call forwarding
features available.
Table 3-3. DBS 824 Call Forwarding features
Feature
Call Forwarding--All Calls
Call Forwarding--No Answer
Call Forwarding--Busy
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer
Permanent Call Forwarding
Descriptions
Call Forwarding--All Calls. When the Call Forwarding--All Calls feature is
activated, all incoming calls to an extension are immediately forwarded.
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Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding--No Answer. When Call Forwarding--No Answer is
activated, an unanswered call will ring until the Call Forward No Answer
timer expires. When the timer expires, the unanswered call is forwarded.
Call Forwarding--Busy. When Call Forwarding--Busy is activated, all
incoming calls to a busy extension will be forwarded.
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer. When Call Forwarding--Busy/No
Answer feature is activated, all incoming calls to an extension that is busy or
does not answer will be forwarded.
Permanent Call Forwarding. Permanent call forwarding is assigned
through system programming, rather than by the user. Permanent call
forwarding is normally used to forward calls to a voice mail system.
An extension user can invoke other forms of call forwarding (no answer,
busy, all calls) to temporarily override the permanent call forwarding
destination.
Permanent call forwarding can be used with busy, no answer, or busy/no
answer.
When Permanent Call Forwarding is assigned, the DSS and/or BLF keys are
not lit green, the DND/CF LED is off, and the second line of LCD displays do
not display the Call Forwarding assignment.
To activate Call Forwarding:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “72.”
“ENTER FWD CODE” appears on the display.
3. Dial the appropriate call forwarding code.
Call Forward
Type
All
Busy/no answer
Busy
No answer
Code
0
1
2
4
“ENTER FWD EXT#” appears on the display.
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4. If you are forwarding to an internal number, enter the number of the
extension you want to receive your calls. If you are forwarding to an
outside number, press AUTO plus the appropriate speed dial number.
Note: To forward to an outside number, the number must be preprogrammed in personal or system speed dialing. Forwarding to an
outside number requires use of pooled access trunks (Dial 9, 81 - 86).
However, Dial 9 is not available when using Least Cost Routing mode.
5. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The DND/CF LED lights.
• “FWD-EXT 135” appears on the 2nd line of the display if extension
135 is selected. If a name is assigned to the extension, the name appears
instead of the extension number.
To cancel Call Forwarding
1. Press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “72.”
3. Hang up.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Call Forward No Answer Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Type
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Extension
• FF10 (Speed Dial): System Speed Dial Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dial): Personal Speed Dial Numbers
Considerations
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls:
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
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Call Forwarding
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls follow permanent call forward
settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• Voice calls do not forward when Call Forwarding--No Answer is used.
• If several calls arrive at once at an extension set for Call Forwarding-No
Answer, all of the calls will be queued. (The timing for each call begins
with the ringing tone.)
• Extensions for which Call Forwarding to an external number has been set
cannot:
- Be in the middle of an outside call when the feature is activated.
- Have a toll restriction setting that prohibits outside calls.
• To forward to an outside number, the number must be pre-programmed in
personal or system speed dialing. Forwarding to an outside number
requires use of pooled access trunks (Dial 9, 81 - 86). However, Dial 9 is
not available when using Least Cost Routing mode.
• Calls can be forwarded to a third-party voice mail using the “Call Forward
ID Code” described on page 1-12.
• In order for an extension to be permanently call forwarded to the pilot
number of a hunt group, the hunt group pilot number must be 244 or
above. For example, if extension 200 is assigned as the pilot number of a
hunt group, hunting will work properly when 200 is dialed. However,
permanent call forwarding will not work for any extension that is
permanently call forwarded to the hunt group pilot number.
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Call Hold
Key Telephone Features
Call Hold
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides both Exclusive and System Hold.
Exclusive Hold
Description
With Exclusive Hold, only the extension that held the call can retrieve it.
Exclusive Hold can be used to hold CO calls and intercom calls.
Operation
To place a call on Exclusive Hold:
Press the line key being used for the call.
The line LED flashes green, and the phone issues intercom dial tone.
“Hold TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number) appears on the
display.
To retrieve a call from Exclusive Hold:
Press the line key on which the call is held.
The line LED stops flashing and remains green.
“CO TALK TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number) appears on
the display if the call held on the line was released.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Hold Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Hold Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
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Call Hold
• FF1 (System): Key Bank Hold
• FF1 (System): Non-Appearing Trunk Hold
Considerations
• When using an outside line for which there is no line key on your
extension, press the HOLD key to place the call on hold, and then press a
vacant line key. Release the held call by pressing HOLD again. (System
programming determines whether the call will be placed on Exclusive
Trunk Hold or System Trunk Hold.)
• A held call will recall if it is not retrieved before the Hold Recall Timer
expires. “Hold Recall #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number)
appears on the display if a call has been held beyond the time limit.
• If you press the HOLD key during a conference with two outside lines,
both outside lines will be placed on hold.
• If your system is set for onhook transfer and you have placed an outside
call on hold, and you then make an Intercom Call, make sure the other
extension hangs up before you do. If you hang up before the other
extension, the held outside line will be transferred to that extension.
(Pressing FLASH releases the extension.)
• The DBS 824 can provide music-on-hold to callers placed on hold. See
“Music-On-Hold” (page 1-24) for more information.
System Hold
Description
Using System Hold, you can place either an outside call or an Intercom Call
on hold.
A call placed on System Hold can be retrieved from any extension.
Operation
To place a call on System Hold:
Press the HOLD key.
• The line LED being used for the call flashes green.
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• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• “Hold TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number) appears on the
display.
To release a call placed on System Hold from the extension that
placed it there:
Press the line key that is flashing green.
• The line LED stops flashing and remains lit.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number) appears on the
display.
To release a call placed on System Trunk Hold from a different
extension:
Press the line key that is flashing red.
• The line LED turns green and stops flashing.
• “CO TALK TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number) appears
on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Hold Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Hold Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Key Bank Hold
• FF1 (System): Non-Appearing Trunk Hold
Considerations
• When using an outside line for which there is no line key on your
extension, press the HOLD key to place the call on hold and then press a
vacant line key. Release the held call by pressing HOLD again. (System
programming determines whether the call will be placed on Exclusive
Trunk Hold or System Trunk Hold.)
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Call Park
• If the Automatic Outside Line Hold feature is programmed for your
system, pressing any other line key will place your original call on System
Hold.
• A held call will recall if it is not retrieved before the Hold Recall Timer
expires. “Hold Recall #XX” (where “XX” is the outside line number)
appears on the display if a call has been held beyond the time limit.
• If you press the HOLD key during a conference with two outside lines,
both outside lines will be placed on hold.
• If your system is set to onhook transfer and you have placed an outside call
on hold, and you then make an Intercom Call, make sure the other
extension presses the FLASH key or hangs up before you do. If you hang
up before the other extension, the held outside line will be transferred to
that extension.
• If there is no response to the Hold Recall, the tone is issued at the
Attendant Phone (extension 100 or 10). However, no tone is issued at the
Attendant Phone if Night Mode is activated or if the call is on a Private
Line.
• An error tone is issued if you attempt to place more than one intercom call
on hold at the same time.
• The DBS 824 can provide Music-on-Hold to callers placed on hold. See
“Music-On-Hold” (page 1-24) for more information.
Call Park
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can use the Call Park function to transfer a call, even if you cannot locate
the intended recipient of the call. Simply park the call, and then page the
person you want to transfer to. That person can answer the call from any
extension by dialing the number of the extension that parked the call.
Operation
To park a call:
1. Press the HOLD key.
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2. Dial “75.”
“Park Hold” appears on the display.
To retrieve a parked call:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “76.”
3. Dial the number of the extension that parked the call.
“CO TALK TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Park Hold Recall Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Park Hold Recall Timer
Considerations
• An alarm tone is issued if a parked call is not released before the Recall
Timer expires (determined by system programming). If this happens, the
user that parked the call can retrieve it by simply picking up the handset. If
no one retrieves the call after the Recall Timer expires, a second alarm will
sound at an attendant phone(s).
• You cannot park more than one outside line at a time.
• The Attendant Phone cannot use this feature. The Attendant must use the
Attendant Call Park feature.
• The Call Park Recall Timer is similar to the Recall Timer, except that
when the Call Park Recall Timer is set for “0” a call is recalled
automatically in three minutes.
• You can store “75” on an FF key and use it as a Call Park key. After
placing an outside call on hold, press the Call Park key to park the call. The
Call Park LED will light while the call is parked and then go off when the
call is released.
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Call Pickup
Call Pickup
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides both directed and group call pickup.
Direct Call Pickup
Description
A call to any extension can be answered from another extension using the
Direct Call Pickup feature. The Direct Call Pickup feature can be
programmed into a One-Touch key.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “79.”
3. Enter the number of the ringing extension.
• The extension number or the outside line number of the caller appears
on the display.
• The EXT LED lights on the MCO or ML key.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The EXT LED goes off.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• If more than one caller is attempting to reach the ringing extension, the
Direct Call Pickup feature answers the call that arrives first.
Once the call has been picked up, other extensions that attempt to pick up
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the call receive busy tone.
• You can answer incoming calls, intercom calls (both tone and voice), call
waiting, paging, transferred calls, or recalls using the Direct Call Pickup
feature. You cannot answer alarm incoming calls or callbacks with this
feature.
Group Call Pickup
Description
Using the Group Call Pickup feature, you can answer calls to other extensions
in your Paging Group without entering the number of the ringing extension.
Group Call Pickup can also be programmed into an FF key.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “70.”
• The extension number or the outside line number of the caller appears
on the display.
• The EXT LED lights.
3. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The EXT LED goes off.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Page Group (0-7) Extensions
• FF5 (FF Keys): FF Key Assignments for Extensions
Considerations
• If more than one call is arriving at the Paging Group, the Group Call
Pickup feature will answer the call to the lowest port number first.
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Call Transfer
• If the called extension belongs to more than one Paging Group, the Group
Call Pickup Feature will answer the call to the lowest numbered Paging
Group first.
• You can answer incoming calls, Intercom Tone Calling, or Intercom Voice
Calling using the Group Call Pickup feature. You cannot answer Paging or
Callback with this feature.
Call Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides two call transfer methods: blind transfer and screened
transfer.
Blind Transfer
Description
Blind transfer allows the transfer of a call directly to an extension, without
waiting for the called extension to answer.
Operation
1. Press the HOLD key to place the outside call on hold.
• The line LED for the outside line on hold flashes green.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• “Hold #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the display.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
“Call-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension number) appears on
the display.
3. Replace the handset before the other party answers.
• You can also replace the handset after the third party answers.
• The LED for the original outside line turns red when the call has been
transferred.
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Call Transfer
Key Telephone Features
• “Transf XXX #YY” (where “XXX” is the extension and “YY” is the
line) appear on the display.
• The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside
line.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook Transfer
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
Considerations
• For users to transfer calls by pressing HOLD, dialing the extension, and
going onhook, the Onhook Transfer feature must be enabled in system
programming.
• If Onhook Transfer is disabled, blind transfer is performed by pressing
HOLD, dialing the extension number, pressing PROG, and then going
onhook.
• If Onhook Transfer is enabled, users can transfer calls by pressing PROG
before going onhook.
• The Attendant can transfer calls while the handset is still in place, even if
the system is not set for Onhook Transfer.
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if extension “A” is forwarded to extension “B,” calls that are
transferred to extension “A” will be forwarded to extension “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that is busy or does not answer
and does not have Call Forwarding activated, the transfer will recall to
your extension after the Transfer Recall Timer expires. The other
extension’s number and the number of the transferred CO line or extension
will appear on your display.
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Key Telephone Features
Call Transfer
(For example, if you transfer an outside call on line 1 to extension 135 and
that extension does not answer, the call will return to your extension and
“Recall 135 #01” will appear on the display.)
Screened Transfer
Description
Using the Screened Transfer feature, you can contact a third party and
announce the call before the transfer.
Operation
To use Screened Transfer when your system is set for Onhook
Transfer:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the call on hold.
• The line LED for the outside line on hold flashes green.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• “Hold TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
• The EXT LED stops flashing and remains lit.
• “Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
4. Hang up the handset.
• The line LED for the original outside line turns red.
• The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside
line.
To use Screened Transfer when Onhook Transfer is disabled:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the outside call on hold.
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Key Telephone Features
• The line LED for the outside line on hold flashes green.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• “Hold TRK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
• The EXT LED stops flashing and remains lit.
• “Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
4. Press the PROG key or dial “8.”
• The line LED for the original outside line turns red.
• “TRF XXX TRK #YY” (where “XXX” is the extension and “YY” is
the line) appears on the display.
• The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside
line.
5. Hang up to complete the transfer.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook Transfer
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
Considerations
• The Attendant can transfer calls while the handset is still in place, even if
the system is not set for Onhook Transfer.
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
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Call Waiting
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if phone “A” is covered to phone “B,” calls that are
transferred to phone “A” will be forwarded to phone “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that is busy or does not answer
and does not have Call Forwarding activated, a call tone is issued at your
extension after Transfer Recall Timer expires. The other extension’s
number and the number of the transferred CO line or extension then appear
on your display and the call is returned to your extension.
(For example, if you transfer an outside call on line 1 to extension 135 and
that extension is busy or does not answer, the call will return to your
extension and “Recall 135 #01” will appear on the display.)
Call Waiting
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can send a Call Waiting signal, followed by a brief LED message, to a
busy extension. The party receiving the message need only replace the
handset and then pick it up again to be automatically connected to the
message sender’s extension.
The following messages can be sent using the Call Waiting feature:
Table 3-4. Call Waiting Text Messages
Message
Code
5
6
7
8
9
Message
“Visitor Here”
“Need Help”
“Important”
“Urgent”
“Emergency”
Message codes 0-4 are not available.
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Users can also respond to call waiting by sending a text message. See “Call
Waiting/OHVA Text Reply” on page 3-28.
Operation
To set Call Waiting:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Dial the extension number.
The phone issues busy tone.
3. Press “3.”
• The EXT LED flashes.
• “Call Wait XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
4. If you want to send a text message, dial the desired message code (5-9).
The corresponding message displays on the called party’s phone. (If the
called party does not have a display, the party continues to hear a call
waiting signal.)
5. Remain on the line until the called party picks up.
To answer Call Waiting:
1. The EXT LED flashes, indicating Call Waiting has been sent.
“Call Wait XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension number) appears on the
display.
2. Replace the handset.
• The current call is disconnected.
• “Call Wait-XXX” appears on the display.
3. Pick up the handset.
• You are automatically connected to the extension sending the Call
Waiting.
• “Talk-EXT XXX” appears on the display.
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Call Waiting
Note: To answer a call waiting tone, you may flash the switchhook rather
than hang up. If you flash the switchhook, you are immediately connected
to the waiting party.
To answer Call Waiting using the Talk Back key:
A “Talk Back” key can be assigned to an FF key. The Talk Back key allows
you to answer a waiting call without disconnecting the original call.
1. The LED of the Talk Back key flashes red, indicating Call Waiting has
been sent.
2. Press the Talk Back key to answer Call Waiting.
• The LED of the Talk Back key flashes green.
• The current call is held automatically.
3. Press the Talk Back key again to return to the original call.
The LED of the Talk Back key goes off.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
• FF5 (FF Key Settings): FF Key Assignments for Extensions
Considerations
• Message code 8 cannot be used from an SLT. (The digit “8” is used to
transfer calls on SLTs.)
• Call Waiting can be used without the user entering a message code.
• Call Waiting is cancelled when the sender replaces the handset.
• If the called extension has DND activated, has a call on hold, is ringing
(from another call), or is engaged in a conference call, Call Waiting cannot
be sent.
• A call on an outside line can be placed on hold before Call Waiting is
answered to avoid terminating the original call. An Intercom Call,
however, must be terminated before Call Waiting can be answered.
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Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply
Key Telephone Features
• If Onhook Call Transfer has been enabled and you have placed an outside
line on hold to answer Call Waiting, replace the handset after the other
extension hangs up. If the caller hangs up first, the held call will be
transferred to the called extension.
• Call Waiting cannot be sent to an ML key.
Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
When a busy party receives an indication of incoming intercom call, the busy
party can respond by sending a text message back to the caller.
The text message can be sent after any of these intercom call indications:
• Call waiting tone
• Call waiting tone followed by a text message
• An offhook voice announce.
Operation
When you are on a call and receive an indication of a incoming intercom call,
press CONF and then dial 1-5.
The following table shows the default text associated with messages 1-5.
Message Number
1
2
3
4
5
Message Definition
Take A Message
Please Hold
Will Call Back
Transfer
Unavailable
Messages 1-5 can be changed through system programming.
Programming
• FF6 (Names and Messages): Call Waiting/OHVA Text Reply
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Camp-on
Considerations
• Text messages 1-5 can be changed from an attendant phone or a DSS/72.
Camp-on
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you reach a busy extension, the Camp-on feature will alert you with a ring
when the extension becomes free. You will then be able to pick up your
handset to automatically dial the extension.
Operation
To activate the Camp-on feature:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
If the extension is busy, your phone issues busy tone.
3. Press “3.”
• The phone issues ringback tone.
• If the Camp-on feature cannot be set, the phone continues to issue busy
tone.
4. Replace the handset after you hear the ringback tone.
5. Wait for the extension callback ring.
To answer the callback ring:
1. Pick up the handset when you hear the callback ring.
• “Camp-on Call” appears on the display.
• The EXT LED flashes.
• The system automatically dials the called extension.
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CO Line Key Trunk Access
Key Telephone Features
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• The callback ring must be answered within sixteen seconds or it will be
canceled.
• A Camp-on request will only be accepted after Call Waiting status.
• The callback ring cannot be accepted by an extension that has Call
Forwarding activated.
• An extension can only have one call camped on at a time. For example, if
Extension 152 camps on to Extension 153, another extension cannot camp
on to 153, as long as 152 is camped on.
• An extension that has initiated a camp-on cannot receive a camp-on. For
instance, if Extension 200 has camped on to Extension 300, another
extension cannot camp on to 200.
CO Line Key Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can access an outside line by pressing a CO line key.
Operation
1. Press an unlit line key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line) appears on the display.
2. Dial the telephone number.
The dialed number appears on the display.
3. Complete the call and replace the handset.
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Key Telephone Features
Conference Calls
• The line LED changes from green to red and then goes off.
• The time and date reappears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): SMDR Start Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Call Duration Timer
• FF5 (FF Keys): FF Key Assignments for Extensions
Considerations
• The duration of a call appears on the display while the call is in progress.
• The SMDR Start Timer can be set to start at 5, 16, or 30 seconds seconds
after the last digit of the telephone number is dialed.
Conference Calls
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Conference Calls allow an extension user to add a party to an existing
conversation.
Extension users can create the following types of Conference Calls:
• One outside line and two extensions
• Two outside lines and one extension
• One outside line and three extensions
• Two outside lines and two extensions
• Three extensions
• Four extensions.
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Conference Calls
Key Telephone Features
Operation
To establish a Conference Call:
1. Press HOLD or the line key of your current call to place it on hold.
The extension number, outside line number, or name of the party on hold
appears on the display.
2. Press an unlit line key or dial the number of the extension you wish to add
to the call.
• The line LED lights green.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
3. If you pressed an unlit line key in step 2, dial the number of the party you
wish to add to the call.
The number appears on the display.
4. Press the CONF key when your call is answered.
If you are now conducting a three-way Conference Call involving two
outside lines, “CONF #XX #YY” (where “XX” is the first line and “YY”
is the second line) appears on the display.
5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add a fourth party to a three-party Conference Call.
To add an extension to an outside call:
1. Press the CONF key during the outside call.
2. The party at the extension who wishes to join the call must pick up the
handset.
3. The party joining the call must press the line key of the call in progress.
(The line key LED is lit red.)
Steps 2 and 3 must be completed within five seconds of each other.
4. Pick up the handset.
The three parties can now speak to one another.
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Key Telephone Features
Delayed Ringing
5. Repeat steps 1-4 to add another extension to a three-party Conference
Call.
Considerations
• The DBS 824 provides 3 four-party conference circuits.
• Press FLASH or hang up to exit a Conference Call.
• The Call Hold feature cannot be used during a four-party Conference Call.
Delayed Ringing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Delayed ringing causes a call that is unanswered at a primary extension to
ring at a secondary extension.
CO delayed ringing causes an incoming outside call to ring at a designated
extension or extensions if it is not answered within a certain period of time.
CO delayed ringing is also available for hunt group pilot numbers.
Extension delayed ringing causes any type of call, outside or intercom, to ring
at a designated extension or extensions if it is not answered within a certain
period of time. The phones receiving the delayed call must have a DSS/BLF
key assigned to the extension originally intended to receive the call.
Considerations
• The following timers have been implemented:
- The Central Office Delayed Ring Timer controls delayed ringing for
outside calls.
- The Extension Delayed Ring Timer controls delayed ringing for
extension calls.
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Key Telephone Features
Dial “0” for Attendant
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Attendant can be called from any extension by simply pressing “0.”
If multiple attendants are assigned, a dial “0” call goes to the first Attendant
first. If the first attendant is busy, the call goes to the second Attendant. The
call will continue to transfer to the next attendant in the attendant group if
necessary.
Up to four attendants can be assigned.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset or press ON/OFF.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press “0.”
• “Talk-EXT 100” appears on the display if your extension is set for
Voice Calling.
• “Call-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display if your extension is set for Tone Calling.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Second Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Third Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Fourth Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Extension
• FF6 (Names and Messages): Extension Name
Considerations
• If the Attendant‘s name has been stored it appears on the display instead of
the extension number.
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Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An extension can be made unavailable by activating Do-Not-Disturb (DND).
When DND is activated at an extension, calls to that extension receive busy
tone.
Operation
To activate DND:
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “73.”
• The DND/CF LED lights.
• “DND Set” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/ OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED lights.
To cancel DND:
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “73.”
• The DND/CF LED lights.
• “DND Canceled” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/ OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
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EM/24 Console
Key Telephone Features
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• Callback Queuing will ring an extension in DND.
• A Private Line will ring an extension in DND.
• Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls will follow permanent call
forward settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• Attendant Phones can activate DND.
• The Attendant can activate or cancel this feature on an extension using FF
key LEDs on a DSS console.
• The DND feature cannot be activated from an extension selected to receive
call forwarding.
EM/24 Console
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Connecting an EM/24 console to your extension adds twenty-four FF keys.
By assigning extensions to its FF keys, you can use an EM/24 console as a
BLF (Busy Lamp Field).
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Terminal Type
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Flexible Function (FF) Keys
• FF3 (Extension): EM/24 Port Assignment
Considerations
• An EM/24 console can be connected to any key phone.
Flexible Function (FF) Keys
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can assign frequently used functions to programmable keys on key
phones, DSS consoles, and EM/24 consoles. All keys not already assigned as
line or Speed Dialing keys are available for programming.
Up to twelve dial keys or six digits can be stored in an FF key. (The LED of
the FF key will not light when digits are stored in the key.)
You can also store the PROG, CONF, AUTO, REDIAL (for redialing only,
not for inserting a pause), and FLASH features.
Also, you can assign External Call Forwarding, combined with either a
Personal Speed Dial code or a System Speed Dial code, to an FF key. You
can also assign a pilot extension number as a Call Forwarding destination by
storing Call Forwarding, combined with the pilot extension number (0, 10-69,
or 100-699), in an FF key.
Operation
To assign pre-programmed codes to an FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
“F” appears on the display.
3. Press the FF key to be programmed.
“Enter Code” appears on the display.
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Key Telephone Features
4. Enter the code to be programmed (see Table 3-5).
The programmed code appears on the display.
5. Press the HOLD key.
“Code Stored” appears on the display.
6. Repeat steps 2-5 to program additional keys.
7. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To assign digits to an FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key to be programmed.
“Enter Code” appears on the display.
4. Press the PROG key.
5. Enter up to six digits.
6. Press the HOLD key.
To assign Call Forwarding external to an FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key to be programmed.
“Enter Code” appears on the display.
4. Enter “72.”
5. Enter the forward type (0- All calls, 1- Busy/No Answer, 2-Busy, 4-No
Answer).
6. Press the AUTO key.
7. Enter the Speed Dial code (System Speed dial 00-89 or 000-199 or
Personal Speed dial 90-99 or 900 - 939).
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Flexible Function (FF) Keys
Note: The speed dial code must include the CONF key (to indicate a
trunk call), the appropriate trunk access code, and the outside number.
8. Press the HOLD key.
To assign a Hunt Group pilot number or an extension number to an
FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key to be programmed.
“Enter Code” appears on the display.
4. Enter “72.”
5. Enter the Call Forwarding code (0, 1, 2, or 4).
6. Enter the Hunt Group pilot number or an extension number.
7. Press the HOLD key.
To erase a code stored in an FF key:
Note: FF keys assigned as CO lines cannot be cleared using the following
procedure. CO line keys can only be cleared through system programming.
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key to be programmed.
“Enter Code” appears on the display.
4. Press the HOLD key.
“Code Cleared” appears.
To check a programmed FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
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Key Telephone Features
2. Press the CONF key.
“C” appears in the display.
3. Press the FF key to be checked.
The programmed data appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The date and time appear on the display.
Related Programming
• FF5 (FF Keys): FF Key Assignments for Extensions
• FF9 (Copy Program): FF Key Copy
Considerations
• The following functions can be assigned to FF keys:
Table 3-5. Feature access codes for FF key assignments
Feature
Code to be entered
Call Attendant
Intercom Call
Outside Line
Pooled Trunk Access
0
Extension number (10-69) or (100-699)
88, outside line number (01-08)
Outside line group number (9, 81-86)
Note: “9” can used as an outside line group number if it is not used for
LCR.
9
#, Paging Group number (00-07)
75
*6
LCR
Paging
Call Park
Caller ID Log Key
DND Activate/Cancel
Absence Message Activate/Cancel
Call Forwarding
Alarm Activate/Cancel
Station Lockout
3-40
73
71
72
#4
74, lockout code (max. 4 digits)
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Flexible Function (FF) Keys
Feature
Code to be entered
Dial Tone On/Off
Direct Call Pickup
Group Call Pickup
Account Code 1
Account Code 2
Speed Dialing
Night Service On/Off
Intercom
Message Clear
Message Call
Headset On/Off
BGM On/Off
Answer Key
Release Key
Talk Back Key
Paging Meet-Me
Answer
Universal Answer
Pickup
Save Dial Call
Register Save Dial
MUTE Key
FLASH key
One-Touch VM Access
#50
79
70
#79, account code (max. 6 digits)
AUTO, #, account code (max. 6 digits)
AUTO, speed dial number (00-99, 000-199, 900-939)
#521 (Day), #522 (Night1) or #523 (Night2) (Attendant only)
#8
AUTO, FLASH
AUTO, REDIAL
#51
#53
*1
*2
*3
77
78
AUTO, *
AUTO, AUTO
*#
FLASH
PROG AUTO NNN XXX or AUTO 00-99#
Voice mail
pilot number
Password (optional)
Note: If a password is used, it can be from 1 to 3 digits. If the password is
over 3 digits, it must be assigned to a personal or system speed dial number (00-99, 000-199 or 900-939).
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Handsfree Answerback
Key Telephone Features
• If a new code is programmed into a key, the previously programmed code
is erased.
• To erase a code programmed into a key, press the HOLD key when the
display reads “Enter Code.” “Code Cleared” then appears on the display.
• The system can be programmed so that Pooled Trunk Access calls
automatically use LCR when 9 is selected.
• Night Service, DND, and BGM can be activated through FF keys without
lifting the handset.
• When you are making a call using the Speed Dialing feature, the FLASH
key stored in Speed Dialing becomes the PBX flash feature.
Handsfree Answerback
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Use the Handsfree Answerback feature to answer a call without lifting the
handset. Your extension must be programmed for Voice Calling for you to
use this feature. If your extension is not set for Voice Calling, the caller must
press “1” during a call to switch from Tone Calling to Voice Calling.
Operation
1. Confirm that the MUTE LED is off.
If it is lit, press the MUTE key to turn it off.
2. Speak into the microphone.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Intercom Calling
Considerations
• Stay within three feet of the microphone.
• The MUTE feature can be selected from the Menu screen on large display
phones. With other DBS 824 key phones, the MUTE function is assigned
to a fixed key.
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Handsfree Operation
Handsfree Operation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Handsfree operation is available with all speakerphones. This type of
operation allows you to use all available DBS 824 features without lifting the
handset.
Operation
To initiate handsfree operation, press the ON/OFF key. This takes the phone
offhook and provides access to the full range of calling features.
Headset Operation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Headset operation allows you to handle calls with a headset instead of with
the handset or speakerphone.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial #51.
If headset mode is already on, these steps turn it off; if headset mode is
off, these steps turn it on.
Intercom Calling
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Descriptions
The DBS 824 provides two methods of intercom calling: voice calling and
tone calling.
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Intercom Calling
Key Telephone Features
Voice Calling. With voice calling, intercom calls are connected immediately,
without a ringing tone.
Tone Calling. With tone calls, a ringing tone is sent to the called extension.
System programming determines whether the DBS 824 uses voice or tone
calling as a default. If voice calling is the default, dialing “1” after the
extension number changes the call to a tone call. If tone calling is the default,
dialing “1” results in a voice call.
Operation
To make a Voice Call:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
Note: If you are calling from an extension programmed for Prime Line
Preference, press the FF key programmed for intercom operation.
2. Dial the extension number (10-69) or (100-699).
3. If the system default is tone calling, dial “1.”
• “Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display. If the extension name has been stored, that name appears on
the display after “Talk” instead of “-EXT XX.”
• The EXT LED lights.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The EXT LED goes off.
To transfer a call using Voice Calling:
1. Press the HOLD key.
• The EXT LED flashes.
• “Hold-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the number of the extension to which the call will be transferred.
3. If the system default is tone calling, dial “1.”
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Intercom Calling
“Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
4. Replace the handset.
To make an Tone Call:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
Note: If you are calling from an extension programmed for prime line
preference, press the FF key programmed for intercom operation.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. If the system default is voice calling, dial “1.”
• “Call-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display. If the extension name has been stored, that name appears,
rather than the extension number.
• The called extension rings and the EXT LED flashes.
• When the call is answered, Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the
extension) appears on the display. If the extension name has been
stored, that name appears on the display after “Talk” instead of “-EXT
XXX.”
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The EXT LED goes off.
To transfer a call using Tone Calling:
1. Press the HOLD key.
• The EXT LED flashes.
• “Hold-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the number of the extension to which the call will be transferred.
3. If the system default is voice calling, dial “1.”
“Call-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the extension) appears on the
display.
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Last Number Redial
Key Telephone Features
4. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Intercom Calling
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Voice Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• When an extension’s calling mode is set to voice calling, a “splash” tone
can be sent to alert the extension to the voice call. System programming
determines if the splash tone is provided.
• If an extension is offhook, it will receive tone calls.
• Calls to OPX and analog SLT extensions are always tone calls, regardless
of system programming.
• The voice calling feature is not available for incoming DISA calls.
• Voice calls do not forward if Cover No Answer is turned on.
Last Number Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The last outside number dialed may be redialed automatically by pressing the
REDIAL key.
Operation
1. Press an unlit line key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
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Line Appearances
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Press the REDIAL key.
The last number dialed appears on the display.
3. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The line key LED changes from green to red and then goes off.
Considerations
• If the Auto Flash Redial feature is set, you can flash the outside line once
by pressing the REDIAL key at the busy tone. You can then redial the last
number dialed.
• The Last Number Redial feature can redial a number up to sixteen digits
long.
• A maximum of five Speed Dialing codes can be redialed.
Line Appearances
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides up to four types of line appearances.
The following table summarizes how each type of line appearance is used:
Table 3-6. MCO and ML key definitions
Key
Definition
DSS/BLF Appearances
Direct Line (DL)
Appearances
Multi-CO (MCO)
Appearances
Multi-Line (ML)
Appearances
DSS/BLF keys provide one-touch dialing, direct station selection
(DSS), and busy lamp fields (BLF) for extensions.
DL keys are used to originate and receive calls over specific trunk
numbers.
MCO keys are used to originate and receive CO calls.
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Key Telephone Features
DSS/BLF Appearances
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
When a DSS/BLF key is programmed, it automatically provides direct station
selection and busy lamp field for the assigned extension number. If desired,
the DSS/BLF key can also provide ring monitor.
For example, you can set extension A as a DSS/BLF key on extension B.
When extension A rings, the LED of the DSS/BLF key on extension B
flashes. If extension B answers the call by pressing the DSS/BLF key, the
LED on extension A goes off and the call remains only on the DSS/BLF key
of extension B.
Ringing can be set on either one or both extensions. If the extensions are not
set for ringing, the LED of the DSS/BLF key will flash red. If the extensions
are set for ringing, the LED will flash green.
When extension A is in use, the LED of the DSS/BLF key on extension B will
light red. If one extension has the Absence Message, Call Forwarding, or DoNot-Disturb feature activated, the DSS/BLF key will light green.
Operation
To assign a DSS/BLF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key to be assigned the DSS/BLF appearance.
4. Dial the extension number.
5. Press HOLD key.
6. Press the ON/OFF key.
To make an intercom call using the DSS/BLF key:
Press the idle DSS/BLF key.
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Line Appearances
To pick up a call on a DSS/BLF key:
Press the flashing DSS/BLF key.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension (BLF) Delayed Ring
• FF4 (Ringing and Hunt Groups): Extension Ring Table
• FF5 (FF Keys): FF Key Assignments for Extensions
Considerations
• Ringing assignments for DSS/BLF keys are assigned through system
programming.
• If several calls arrive at an Extension Line key, the calls are queued and
ring on a first-in, first-out basis.
• You cannot assign the same DSS/BLF appearance to more than one DSS/
BLF key.
Direct Line (DL) Appearances
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Direct Line keys for making and receiving outside line calls can be assigned
to any one of eight CO lines. Direct Line keys have priority over Multi-Line
keys for outgoing and incoming outside line calls.
The LED for a Direct Line key will flash green on an incoming call if the CO
line is set to ring. It will flash red if the CO line is not set to ring. If another
extension answers the call, the LED on the telephone will steadily light red.
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Line Appearances
Key Telephone Features
Operation
Operation
Action
To originate a trunk call ...
Press an idle DL key.
The key blinks (green) as the call is made.
Press the DL key.
To place a call on Exclusive Trunk Hold (page 3-29)
...
To place a call on System Trunk Hold (page 3-15) ...
To transfer a call ...
Press the HOLD key.
Press HOLD, dial the destination extension, and then press PROG.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override and OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Send
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Receive
• FF3 (Extension): Page Group (0-7) Extensions
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignments (all)
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Setting (all)
Considerations
• Users can barge into a busy Direct Line (DL) and create a three-party
conference. To barge into a busy Direct Line, the user presses the DL key.
(The DL key will be lit red.)
• “Barge-in for Direct Lines” is controlled by the program settings for Busy
Override. For instance, if an extension with a DL key does not want the DL
broken into, that extension must have “Busy Override Receive” turned off.
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Line Appearances
• Both extensions must belong to the same paging group (1-7). Paging group
0 does not allow override.
• Barge-in for Direct Lines cannot override a DL under the following
conditions:
- When the DL is in a conference call
- When the DL is holding a call.
- When the phone that will be barged into is holding a trunk that does not
appear on an FF key.
For example, if extension 200 wants to barge into a DL that appears on
extension 201, extension 200 cannot barge into the DL if 201 is holding a
trunk that does not appear on an FF key.
Multi-CO (MCO) Appearances
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
MCO keys will only ring for incoming calls if programed using the “Ring
Assignments”. When outside calls come in, the MCO key flashes green. If a
second outdise cal comes in the a second MCO key flashes green. If another
extensions answers an outside call, then the MCO key will stop flashing and
becomes idle.
You can make and receive CO line calls using a Multi-CO (MCO) key.
An MCO key can be assigned to any of the pooled trunk groups. See “Pooled
Trunk Access” on page 3-68 for more information.
See “ML/MCO Separation” (page 3-53) for information on assigning both
ML and MCO keys to the same system .
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Line Appearances
Key Telephone Features
Operation
Operation
Action
To originate a trunk call
Press an idle MCO key.
The key blinks (green) as the call is made.
Press the MCO key.
Press the HOLD key.
Press HOLD, dial the destination extension, then press PROG.
To place a call on Exclusive Trunk Hold (page 3-29)
To place a call on System Trunk Hold (page 3-15)
To transfer a call
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Groups “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF4 (Ringing): Ringing and Hunt Groups (all)
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignments (all)
• FF8 (LCR) LCR Settings (all)
Considerations
• When all trunks in a group are busy, all of the corresponding MCO keys
light red.
• If LCR is enabled, MCO keys can be assigned for trunk group 89.
However, the FF keys will not light.
• Trunk lines flash red..
• There are seven groups of outside lines: 9 and 81-86.
• Press the MCO key that flashes green to answer an outside call.
• If there are multiple outside calls, lift the receiver (or ON/OFF) to speak to
the first one. If more than one call comes in from an extension, then the
second receives busy tone.
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Key Telephone Features
Line Appearances
Multi-Line (ML) Appearances
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can make and receive both CO line calls and Intercom Calls using a
Multi-Line (ML) key.
See “ML/MCO Separation” (page 3-54) for information on assigning both
ML and MCO keys to the same system.
Operation
Operation
Action
To originate an intercom or trunk call
Press an idle MCO key. The key blinks
(green) as the call is made.
Press the MCO key.
Press the HOLD key.
Press HOLD, dial the destination extension, then press PROG.
To place a call on Exclusive Hold (page 3-29)
To place a call on System Hold (page 3-15)
To transfer a call
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment (all)
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Settings (all)
Considerations
• A Multi-Line key will ring for incoming CO calls, Intercom Calls, recall
calls, and call-forward calls.
• When a CO call or an Intercom Call arrives, a search begins for a MultiLine key not in use. The lower numbered FF keys will be searched first.
When a free Multi-Line key is found, the LED flashes green and the
extension rings.
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Key Telephone Features
• If another phone answers an incoming trunk call, the ML LED on your
extension goes off and the ringing stops, indicating that the Multi-Line key
on your telephone is no longer in use.
• When dialing an extension number with ML keys, the system
automatically selects the free Multi-Line key with the lowest number and
flashes its LED green. If a sceond call comes in from another extension,
the next lowest ML key flashes green (if present).
• If the CO line or held extension does not respond before the Recall Timer
expires, the extension rings and the Multi-Line key flashes green.
• If LCR is enabled, ML keys can be assigned for trunk group 89. However,
the FF keys will not light.
ML/MCO Separation
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Each extension can have either MCO or ML keys.
• FF3 (Extension): ML/MCO Separation
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignments (all)
Considerations
• The initial setting for all extensions (except first attendant phone) is MCO.
• The initial setting for the first attendant phone (port 1) is ML.
Meet-Me Answer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can answer a Paging call from any extension using the Meet-Me Answer
feature.
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Key Telephone Features
Message Waiting/Callback Request
Operation
1. Pick up the handset from any extension at which you hear the Paging call.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press “77.”
• Paging ceases and you are connected to the party trying to reach you.
• The EXT LED lights.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• The Meet-Me Answer feature cannot be used with Paging Group 00.
• You can only use the Meet-Me Answer feature at an extension that does
not have an incoming call.
• If an external paging system or a Universal Answer system has been
installed, use Group Call Pickup to respond to the Paging call.
• If you are at a speakerphone, you can press the ON/OFF key instead of
picking up the handset to answer the Paging Call. You can then speak to
the party trying to reach you using the phone’s built-in speaker and
microphone.
Message Waiting/Callback Request
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you try to call an extension that is busy or does not answer, you can leave a
message requesting a return call.
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Message Waiting/Callback Request
Key Telephone Features
Operation
To leave a Callback Request:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2. Dial the extension number.
“Call-EXT XXX,” “Busy-EXT XXX” or “Talk-EXT XXX” (where
“XXX” is the extension) appears on the display.
3. Dial “2” at the busy tone or while the telephone is still ringing.
“Accept Message” appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
The Message Waiting lamp flashes at the called extension.
To answer a Callback Request:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press the REDIAL key.
• Your telephone automatically dials extension that left Callback
Request.
• If extension 135 left the Callback Request and your extension is set for
Tone Calling, “Call-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the number of the
extension that left the Callback Request) appears on the display.
• If extension 135 left the Callback Request and your extension is set for
Voice Calling, “Talk-EXT XXX” (where “XXX” is the number of the
extension that left the Callback Request) appears on the display.
• When your call is answered, the EXT LED lights and the Message
Waiting lamp goes off.
To view the most recent Callback Request
Callback Requests are normally viewed in the order received. To view the
most recent callbacks first:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
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Key Telephone Features
Message Waiting/Callback Request
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key twice.
The most recent Callback Request appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to view other Callback Requests.
To cancel a Callback Request:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press the FLASH key.
“Call Back Cancel” appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• When your extension has received several Callback Requests, the number
of requests appears on the left side of the display.
• Up to four Callback Requests can be sent to any one extension. The order
of the messages can then be changed by the party receiving the requests.
• If you call the same extension a second time and the party answers, any
Callback Requests you sent earlier will be cancelled.
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Non-Appearing Outside Lines
Key Telephone Features
• If a Callback Request is sent to an extension for which Call Forwarding is
set, the Callback Request will be automatically forwarded to the
designated extension.
• You can send a Callback Request to an extension that has Do Not Disturb
or Absence Message activated.
Non-Appearing Outside Lines
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Non-appearing outside lines are trunks that are not assigned to a dedicated FF
key or to a trunk group key on your extension. The DBS 824 allows you to
use non-appearing outside lines.
Operation
Answering a Non-Appearing Outside Line Call
To answer a non-appearing outside line call at your extension, lift the receiver
or press ON/OFF.
Selecting a Non-Appearing Outside Line
1. Pick up the receiver or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial 88.
3. Dial the outside line number (01-08).
4. Dial the telephone number.
Holding a Non-Appearing Outside Line
Instead of an FF key, the EXT indicator flashes when you hold a nonappearing outside line.
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Key Telephone Features
Offhook Signaling
Offhook Signaling
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Offhook signaling sends a tone to a busy extension to indicate that another
CO call has arrived.
Operation
When you receive an offhook signal during a call, do the following:
1. Put the first call on hold.
2. Press the flashing FF key for the CO line of the incoming call.
For details about handling multiple calls, see “Call Hold” on page 3-14.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extensions): Offhook Signal
• FF3 (Extensions): Offhook Signal Volume
• FF3 (Extensions): Offhook Signal Pattern
Considerations
• The system does not send the offhook signal under the following
conditions:
- During a conference call
- While the called extension is on hold
- During a call on a CO line for which there is no line key on the called
extension.
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Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
Key Telephone Features
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can interrupt a busy extension when making an Intercom Call, and then
use the Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA) feature make an announcement
that only the called party can hear. You can also transfer a held call to a busy
extension after making the announcement using this feature.
Operation
To make an OHVA:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
If the extension is busy, your phone issues busy tone.
3. Press “5.”
• “CONFXXX YYY” (where “XXX” is the calling extension and
“YYY” is the receiving extension) appears on the display if you call a
busy extension.
• “CONF XX YYY” (where “XX” is the line number and “YYY” is the
extension) appears on the display if you call an extension that is
speaking with an outside line.
• The EXT LED flashes.
• “Voice Announce” appears on the called extension’s display.
• The Talk Back key flashes red.
4. Make your announcement.
To answer an OHVA:
1. Press the Talk Back key (must be programmed in an FF key).
The Talk Back key flashes red.
2. To return to the previous call, press the Talk Back key again.
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Key Telephone Features
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
To transfer a call using OHVA
1. Press the HOLD key to place the call to be transferred on hold.
2. Dial the number of the extension to which the call will be transferred.
If the extension is already engaged in a call, your phone issues busy tone.
3. Press “5” and announce the call to be transferred.
If the transferred call is not accepted by the called extension, press the
FLASH key to cancel the transfer.
If the transferred call is accepted, and Onhook Transfer is enabled for
your extension, hang up.
If Onhook Transfer is not enabled, press PROG and then hang up.
Note: Attendant console phones transfer by pressing the RELEASE key.
To answer a call after it has been announced using OHVA:
1. Replace the handset.
Your extension rings.
2. Pick up the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• The held call is transferred as soon as the extension sending the OHVA
hangs up.
• If the transferred call is not answered immediately, it will queue for a set
time limit, then return to the extension sending the OHVA. (The recall
time can be set in the Transfer-Recall Timer.)
• When receiving an OHVA, an extension’s Talk Back key’s LED will flash
red. When the Talk Back key is pressed to answer an OHVA, the LED will
flash green.
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One-Touch Keys
Key Telephone Features
• You cannot receive a Call Waiting message during an OHVA. (“Denied”
will appear on the display of the extension trying to send the Call Waiting
message.)
One-Touch Keys
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
One-Touch Keys can be used to store telephone numbers, speed dial
numbers, or feature access codes.
To dial the stored number, the user goes offhook and presses the desired key.
Operation
To program a One-Touch key for Pooled Access:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the One-Touch key to be programmed.
4. Press the CONF key.
5. Enter the number of the outside line group to be stored. (See Table 3-7.)
6. Enter the telephone number to stored.
7. Press the HOLD key.
To assign System Speed Dial numbers to One-Touch keys:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
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One-Touch Keys
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the One-Touch key to be programmed.
4. Press the AUTO key.
5. Enter the System Speed Dial Number to be programmed.
6. Press the HOLD key.
7. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To assign two System Speed Dial numbers to a single One-Touch
key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the One-Touch key to be programmed.
4. Press the AUTO key.
5. Enter the Speed Dial number for the access code.
6. Press the REDIAL key.
This inserts a pause between the access code and the telephone number.
7. Press the AUTO key.
8. Enter the Speed Dial number for the telephone number.
9. Press the HOLD key.
Both the access code and the telephone number are programmed on the
One-Touch key.
10. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
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One-Touch Keys
Key Telephone Features
To assign access codes to a One-Touch key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the One-Touch key to be programmed.
4. Enter the access number.
5. Press the REDIAL key.
This inserts a pause between the access code and the telephone number.
6. Press the HOLD key.
7. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
To check a programmed One-Touch key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
“C” appears in the display.
3. Press the One Touch key to be checked.
The programmed data appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The date and time appears on the display.
Considerations
• If the pause following an access code is too short, press the REDIAL key
more than once.
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Key Telephone Features
One-Touch VM Access
• A One-Touch key can be programmed to automatically access a CO line
before dialing a personal speed dial number.
• Select an outside line group when you program a One-Touch key. A free
line is selected from that group when you dial out. (Group 9 can be
programmed to select LCR automatically.) The following table shows the
available outside line groups and their corresponding code numbers:
Table 3-7. One-touch access codes for trunk group numbers
Trunk Group Number
Code Number to be entered
81
82
83
84
85
86
9
1
2
3
4
5
6
9
• One-Touch keys cannot be checked while Station Lockout is set.
One-Touch VM Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
One-Touch VM Access simplifies voice message retrieval for personal
mailboxes as well as attendant transfer of incoming calls to extension
mailboxes.
For instructions on attendant usage of the VM key, see “One-Touch VM
Access” on page 3-65.
One-Touch VM Access allows a user to program an FF key, DSS key, or
One-Touch key to automatically dial voice mail. The extension number for
voice mail as well as the user’s password can be stored under the key.
If the voice mail key is assigned to an FF key or DSS key, the voice mail key
and the MSGE lamp will flash red when the user has a message. (With a OneTouch key, only the MSGE lamp flashes.) To access his or her mailbox, the
user simply presses the voice mail key.
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One-Touch VM Access
Key Telephone Features
If, for security reasons, the user prefers to manually dial the password, the
voice mail key can be used to store the voice mail extension number only.
With this option, the user presses the VM key, then dials the password before
accessing the mailbox.
Note: The VM key is assigned differently, depending on whether it is used
for personal message retrieval or attendant transfer. See the following
“Operation” section for instructions.
Operation
To assign a voice mail key:
Note: You cannot program this feature if trunks are assigned to the key. First
clear the trunk assignments, then use the following procedures to assign the
VM key.
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press the FF key, DSS key, or One-Touch key.
4. Press the CONF key.
5. Press the AUTO key.
6. Dial the voice mail pilot number.
7. If the key is for personal message retrieval, enter a password (XXX or
AUTO 00-99), if desired. If the key is for attendant transfer to voice mail,
do not enter a password, but include any special codes (* or #, for
example) if they are required by the voice mail system.
Note: If a password is used, it can be from 1 to 3 digits. If the password is
over 3 digits long, it must be assigned to a personal or system speed dial
number (00-99, 000-199 or 900-939).
8. Press the HOLD key.
To use a Voice Mail key:
When the VM key flashes, the user presses it to connect to the mailbox.
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Key Telephone Features
Onhook Dialing
Related Programming
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment for Extensions
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignments for DSS Consoles
Considerations
• If the voice mail password is over three digits long, assign the password to
a personal or system speed dial number (00-99, 000-199 or 900-939).
• If you are using 2-digit dialing with a third-party voice mail, the password
can be up to 4 digits long before it must be stored as a speed dial number.
• With third-party voice mail, you must make sure a voice channel is
assigned for message waiting control in order for the MSGE lamp and VM
key to light.
• The FF Key Copy program (FF9 3# 1-8# 1-8#) should not be used to copy
VM keys that include passwords because the passwords as well as the
voice mail extension number will be copied. In addition, pressing a key
containing someone else’s password will result in an “invalid password”
message from voice mail.
Onhook Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Onhook Dialing is a standard feature for DBS 824 key phones. To dial
onhook, the user simply presses the ON/OFF key.
Users can dial onhook using the dialpad, one-touch keys, or FF keys.
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Pooled Trunk Access
Key Telephone Features
Pooled Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 system supports up to eight outside lines. These lines can be
divided into seven Pooled Trunk groups. If you assign an FF key as an MCO
or ML key, the DBS 824 can automatically select an open line from the
Pooled Trunk group assigned to that key.
Even if all the outside lines assigned to an extension are busy, you can access
a free line by choosing an outside line group number. Group numbers 9 and
81-86 are available.
Operation
To select a Pooled Trunk group using a pre-programmed FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the ML or MCO key.
• The LED of the Pooled Trunk key lights green.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears.
3. Dial the telephone number.
The number appears on the display.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The LED of the ML or MCO key goes off.
To select a Pooled Trunk group that is not assigned to an FF key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
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Pooled Trunk Access
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Enter the desired group number (81-86, 9).
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• “CO TALK #XX” (Where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
3. Dial the telephone number.
The number appears on the display.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Settings (all)
Considerations
• The LED of the ML or MCO key lights red and the phone issues busy tone
when all lines in the same group are busy. (Those lines cannot be
accessed.)
• If a ML or MCO key is assigned line group number 9 and LCR has been
activated, LCR is selected automatically.
• Press the ML or MCO key that flashes red to answer incoming calls.
• If one group is set aside for data lines, this feature can be used when a line
is needed for operations such as data transmission via modem.
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Prime Line Preference
Key Telephone Features
Prime Line Preference
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Prime Line Preference allows a user to place an outside call by simply
picking up the handset. When the user goes offhook, the trunk or trunk group
assigned to FF1 is automatically accessed. (Be sure to program one of the
other FF keys as an intercom key.)
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The LED of the accessed line key lights green.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the telephone number.
The number appears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Groups “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Prime Line Pickup
Considerations
• To make an Intercom Call, press the FF key programmed as an intercom
key and then dial the extension number.
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Key Telephone Features
Private Line
• If a member of the trunk group assigned to FF1 is also assigned to a Direct
Line key, Prime Line Pickup will access the Direct Line key instead of
FF1.
Private Line
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An outside line can be reserved for exclusive access by one extension,
eliminating the need for the extension user to wait for a free outside line
during busy periods.
Operation
1. Press the CO line key designated as a Private Line.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Dial the telephone number.
The number appears on the display.
3. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The line LED goes off.
Related Programming
• FF2 (Trunks): Private Trunk Line
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Groups “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF5 (Keys): FF Key Assignment
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Reminder Call
Key Telephone Features
Considerations
• Calls to Private Lines cause extensions to ring even if the DND or the
Absence Message feature is activated for them.
• Calls to Private Lines are not forwarded, even if Call Forwarding is
activated on the associated extensions.
• No warning tone sounds at the Attendant Phone, no matter how long a call
on a Private Line is on hold, even if the overtime warning tone is ignored.
• When a private line is assigned to an extension, the Toll Restriction
assignment for the private line changes to “0” for all other extensions.
Ringing assignments for the private line are also removed from all other
extensions.
Reminder Call
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Your telephone can act as an alarm clock with the Reminder Call feature.
Operation
To set the Reminder Call feature:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press “#4.”
“Enter Time HHMM” appears on the display.
3. Enter the time you wish the Reminder Call to sound. Enter the desired
time in 12-hour format, followed by a “1” for a.m. or a “2” for p.m.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
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Key Telephone Features
Ringing Line Preference
• “Alarm XX:XX” (where “XX:XX” is the time) appears on the display,
along with an a.m./p.m. indicator.
To cancel the Reminder Call feature:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “#4.”
“Enter Time HHMM” appears on the display.
3. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The time disappears from the bottom line of the display.
Considerations
• A sixteen-second alarm tone will be issued at the specified time.
• One Reminder Call may be set for each telephone.
• To change the Reminder Call, simply enter a new time.
• If the extension is in use when the reminder call is scheduled, the reminder
call is issued as soon as the extension becomes available.
Ringing Line Preference
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Ringing Line Preference enables an extension to answer an incoming CO call,
hold recall, or transfer call by simply picking up the handset or pressing
ON/OFF.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extensions): Auto Pickup (Ringing Line)
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Saved Number Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can save a previously dialed number for later redialing. Unlike the Last
Number Redial feature, the Saved Number Redial feature allows you to redial
the stored number even if it was not the last number dialed.
Saved Number Redial works for outside numbers, but not for extension
numbers.
Operation
To save a number:
1. Press the AUTO key twice before replacing the handset.
2. Press “*.”
“Dial Stored” will appear on the display and the number will be saved.
3. Replace the handset.
To redial a saved number:
1. Press an unlit line key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line) appears on the display.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press “*.”
The dialed number appears on the display.
4. Complete the call and replace the handset.
The line LED changes from green to red and then goes off.
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Speed Dialing
Considerations
• Any previously saved number is erased when a new number is saved.
• The Saved Number Redial feature can store a number up to sixteen digits
long.
• Up to five Speed Dialing codes can be stored and redialed.
Speed Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Personal Speed Dialing
Description
Extension users can store frequently called numbers using the Personal Speed
Dial feature. With CPC-S and CPC-M in the standard mode, users can store
up to 10 Personal Speed Dial numbers at each extension (90-99). With CPCM set in the add-on mode, users can store up to 40 Personal Speed Dial
numbers at each extension (900-939).
Users can also enter names of up to sixteen characters for each of the Speed
Dial numbers. This allows Personal Speed Dial numbers to be confirmed by
name rather than by number.
Extension users can program their own personal speed dial numbers using
One-Touch keys, or they can be programmed from a key phone.
Operation
To assign Personal Speed Dialing to a One-Touch Key:
1. Press ON/OFF.
2. Press PROG.
3. Press a One-Touch key.
4. If you want to include a trunk access code in the number, press CONF
then 9 or 1-6 (1-6 = trunk groups 81-86).
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If you enter a trunk access code in the speed dial number, you do not have
to open a trunk before using the number.
5. Dial the number.
6. Press HOLD.
7. Press ON/OFF.
To use a programmed Personal Speed Dial key:
1. If the Speed Dial key includes a trunk access code, simply press the key.
If the Speed Dial key does not include an access code, press an unlit line
key before pressing the Speed Dial key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Complete your call and replace the handset.
The line LED changes from green to red and then goes off.
To check a programmed Personal Speed Dial key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key:
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
“C” appears on the display.
3. Press a Personal Speed Dial key.
The programmed data appears on the display.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
The ON/OFF LED goes off.
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Speed Dialing
To assign a name to a Personal Speed Dial number:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the PROG key.
3. Press “#1.”
“Speed Dial Name” appears on the display.
4. Press the AUTO key.
5. Enter the Personal Speed Dial code.
6. Press AUTO to backspace and erase the existing name.
7. Use the dialpad sequences shown in Table 2-1 on page 2-8 to enter letters
and/or numbers.
• Press FLASH after each letter.
• Press CONF to switch between numbers and letters.
8. To complete the entry, press HOLD.
To delete a Personal Speed Dial number:
1. Press ON/OFF.
2. Press PROG.
3. Press the One-Touch key.
4. Press HOLD.
5. Press ON/OFF again.
Related Programming
• FF7 (Toll Restrictions): Toll Restrictions (all)
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): Personal Speed Dial Numbers
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Considerations
• Personal Speed Dial numbers can contain up to sixteen characters,
including the “*,” “#,” FLASH (indicate “-”), PAUSE (REDIAL),
CONF, and AUTO keys.
• A dash (“-”) can be displayed in the Personal Speed Dialing number. To
display a dash, press the FLASH key where you want the dash to appear.
• If you make a mistake while programming, an alarm tone is issued and
“ERROR” appears on the display. If this happens, start again from step 1.
• Storing a new number erases any previously stored data.
• Names for Personal Speed Dialing can be programmed using a DSS
console at the Attendant Phone.
• If the called party’s number and name are stored in the Personal Speed
Dial code, that information appears on the display when you use the speed
dial code.
• Speed Dial numbers cannot be checked while Station Lockout is activated.
System Speed Dial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Frequently called numbers can be stored using the System Speed Dial feature.
System Speed Dial numbers are programmed from the Attendant Phone and
can be used by any extension. With the CPC-S and the CPC-M set in the
standard mode, up to 90 System Speed Dial Numbers can be stored (00-89).
With the CPC-M set in the add-on mode, up to 200 System Speed Dial
Numbers can be stored (000-199).
Operation
To use a programmed System Speed Dial key:
1. Press an unlit line key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
• The line LED lights green.
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• “CO TALK #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the
display.
2. Press the AUTO key.
“A” appears on the display.
3. Enter the System Speed Dial code (00-89 or 000-199).
The number and corresponding name appear on the display.
4. Complete your call and replace the handset.
The line LED changes from green to red and then goes off.
To check a programmed System Speed Dial key:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Press the CONF key.
“C” appears in the display.
3. Press AUTO.
4. Press a System Speed Dial key.
The programmed data appears on the display.
5. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The ON/OFF LED goes off.
• The date and time appear on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Override Toll Restriction With SSD Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): System Speed Dial Numbers
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Considerations
• If numbers do not appear on the display when you use System Speed Dial
codes (00-89 or 000-199), your extension is not programmed to display
that data.
• The system can be programmed to allow System Speed Dial Numbers to
override toll restrictions.
• You can make outside calls using this feature, even if your extension is
assigned to Toll Restriction type 2-6.
• Speed Dial code cannot be checked while Station Lockout is activated.
Speed Dial Linking
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can link together up to five SSD or PSD numbers to handle telephone
numbers longer than 16 characters.
Operation
Complete the following steps to chain speed dial numbers:
1. Pick up the receiver or press ON/OFF.
2. If necessary, access an outside line.
3. Do one of the following:
If . . .
You are using a PSD number
You are using a SSD number
Then . . .
Press the one-touch key
for the first part of the
number
Press AUTO.
Dial the code for the first
part of the number.
4. Use the one-touch keys or system speed dial codes to dial the parts of the
phone number until it is completed.
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Station Lockout
Considerations
• Before linking, you must enter the parts of the telephone number into onetouch keys or system speed dial codes. For example, program the first part
into one-touch key #1, the second part into one-touch key #2, etc.
Station Lockout
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Use the Station Lockout feature to dial a Station Lockout code that prevents
other users from using your phone.
To activate Station Lockout:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “74.”
“Enter Code #” appears on the display.
3. Dial the Station Lockout code.
4. Press the ON/OFF key.
“Set Sta. Lock” appears on the display.
To deactivate Station Lockout:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
• The phone issues intercom dial tone.
• The ON/OFF LED lights.
2. Dial “74.”
“Enter Code #” appears on the display.
3. Dial the Station Lockout code.
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4. Press the ON/OFF key.
“Set Sta. Lock” disappears from the display.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extensions): Extension Lockout Code
Considerations
• A locked extension can be used for Intercom Calls.
• Station Lockout key codes can only be set from an attendant phone or a
key phone.
• You cannot confirm Speed Dialing or set Speed Dialing while Station
Lockout is activated.
• If you enter an incorrect key code and then try to dial, the phone will issue
a busy tone.
Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Trunk-to-trunk transfer allows an extension to transfer one outside party to
another outside party.
Before completing the transfer, the extension can hold a three-way
conference with the two outside parties.
Operation
1. Press the HOLD key during an outside call.
• Your current call is put on hold.
• “Hold #XX” (where “XX” is the line number) appears on the display.
2. Press an unlit CO key.
• The phone issues outside dial tone.
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Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer
• “Talk #XX” (where “XX” is the selected line number) appears on the
display.
3. Dial the telephone number of the party you want to connect to your
original call.
4. After the call goes through, press the CONF key.
• A three-party Conference Call is initiated.
• “Conf #XX #YY” (where “XX” is the first line and “YY” the second
line) appears on the display.
5. Press one of the CO keys.
• The two outside lines are connected.
• “Hold #XX #YY” (where “XX” is the first line and “YY” the second
line) appears on the display.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Unsupervised Conference Timer
• FF2 (Trunks): Supervised Trunk Line Conference
• FF3 (Extensions): Unsupervised Conference
Considerations
• After the Trunk-to-Trunk Transfer is completed, you cannot add another
party to create a three-party Conference Call.
• When the call is finished, the conference information disappears from the
display and your extension returns to normal operation.
• When the Unsupervised Conference Timer expires, the call is
automatically disconnected.
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Chapter 4. DSLT Features
This chapter describes features that are available with the Digital Single Line
Telephone (DSLT).
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
DSLT
Absence Message
Busy Override
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Park
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Camp-on
Conference Calls
Dial “0” for Attendant
Direct Trunk Access
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
Intercom Calling
Last Number Redial
Meet-Me Answer
Message Waiting/Callback Request
Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA)
Onhook Dialing
Pooled Trunk Access
Reminder Call
Saved Number Redial
Speed Dialing
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DSLT
DSLT
Figure 4-1 illustrates the DSLT. For more information on DSLT operation,
see the Digital SLT User’s Guide (Section 790).
Figure 4-1. Digital Single Line Telephone (DSLT)
Absence Message
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
DSLT users can leave text messages on their phones when they are away.
When the unattended extension is called by a display phone, the text message
appears on the caller’s phone.
One of the following messages can be selected. Messages 5 to 9 can be
changed through system programming.
Table 4-1. Absence Messages
Message No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
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Message Text
In Meeting
At Lunch
Out of Office
Vacation
Another Office
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6
7
8
9
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
Operation
To Set an Absence Message
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “71.”
3. Enter a message code between 0 and 9 (See Table 4-1).
4. Enter the time you will return (optional). See Table 4-2 for examples.
5. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
To Cancel an Absence Message
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “71.”
3. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF6 (Names and Messages): Absence Messages
Considerations
• Extensions without displays get a busy signal, rather than the Absence
Message.
• If an extension user selects a message code number 5-9 that has not been
set up with a message, “Absence,” followed by the code number, appears
on the caller’s display.
• Absence Message return times can be entered as shown in Table 4-2:
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Busy Override
Table 4-2. Example Return Times for Absence Messages
Input
Display
No input
9
11
615
1035
Return
Return 9:00
Return 11:00
Return 6:15
Return 10:35
Four-digit numbers can also be entered (0000-9999 = Hours & Minutes or
Month & Date).
DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding. Calls to an extension
with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated differently, depending
on whether they are trunk or intercom calls. Intercom calls receive busy
tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension defined in Permanent Call
Forwarding. The following types of incoming trunk calls follow Permanent
Call Forward settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
Busy Override
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions in the same Paging Group (1-7) can break into one another’s
outside or intercom calls to relay information or to create three-party
Conference Calls.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. When you hear busy tone, dial “4.”
• Both phones issue an alert tone (system programming required).
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Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override and OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Send
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Receive
• FF3 (Extension): Page Group (0-7) Extensions
Considerations
• You cannot break in on three-party conference calls.
• The default for the override alert tone is “off.” If the override alert tone is
enabled, the tone is sent to both parties when a call is overridden.
Call Forwarding
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Call Forwarding allows users to send their calls to another extension, to an
outside line, or to voice mail. The following table shows the call forwarding
features available.
Table 4-3. DBS 824 Call Forwarding features
Feature
Call Forwarding--All Calls
Call Forwarding--No Answer
Call Forwarding--Busy
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer
Permanent Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding--All Calls. When this feature is activated, all incoming
calls to an extension are immediately forwarded.
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Call ForwardingCall
Call Forwarding--No Answer. When this feature is activated, unanswered
calls ring until the Call Forward No Answer timer expires. When the timer
expires, the unanswered calls are forwarded.
Call Forwarding--Busy. When this feature is activated, all incoming calls
to a busy extension are forwarded.
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer. When this feature is activated, all
incoming calls to an extension that is busy or does not answer are forwarded.
Permanent Call Forwarding. Permanent call forwarding is assigned
through system programming. Permanent call forwarding is usually used to
forward calls to a voice mail system.
Extension user can invoke other forms of call forwarding (no answer, busy,
all calls) to override the permanent call forwarding destination.
Permanent call forwarding can be used with busy, no answer, or busy/no
answer.
Any system speed dial number (00-89 or 000-199) or personal speed dial
number (90-99 or 900-939) can be used to store an outside number for call
forwarding.
Operation
To activate Call Forwarding:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “72.”
3. Dial the appropriate call forwarding code.
Call Forward Type
All
Busy/no answer
Busy
No answer
Code
0
1
2
4
4. If you are forwarding to an extension, enter the extension number. If you
are forwarding to an outside number, press AUTO plus the appropriate
speed dial number.
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Note: Outside numbers used for call forwarding must already be
programmed into speed dialing. (See page 4-32 for instructions.)
5. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
To cancel Call Forwarding
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “72.”
3. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Call Forward -- No Answer Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Type
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Extension
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): System Speed Dial Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): Personal Speed Dial Numbers
Considerations
• Calls can be forwarded to extensions that have call forwarding activated.
For example, phone “A” can be forwarded to phone “B,” even if phone
“B” is forwarded to voice mail.
• Extensions receiving forwarded trunk calls display “CFWD NNN
XXXXXX,” where “NNN” = the extension that forwarded the call and
“XXXXXX” = the trunk name or number.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls follow permanent call forward
settings:
- Direct trunk calls
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Call HoldCall
- Transferred trunk calls.
• Voice calls do not forward when Call Forwarding--No Answer is used.
• To forward to an external number, the number must first be preprogrammed in personal or system speed dialing. Forwarding to an outside
number requires the use of pooled trunks (9, 81-86). However, dial “9”
trunk access is not available for use when Least Cost Routing is active.
• Extensions for which Call Forwarding to an external number has been set
cannot:
- Be in the middle of an outside call when the feature is activated.
- Have a toll restriction setting that prohibits outside calls.
• Calls can be forwarded to a third-party voice mail by using the “Call
Forward ID Code” described on page 1-12.
• For an extension to be permanently call forwarded to the pilot number of a
hunt group, the hunt group pilot number must be 244 or above. For
example, if extension 200 is assigned as the pilot number of a hunt group,
hunting will work properly when 200 is dialed. However, permanent call
forwarding will not work for any extension that is permanently call
forwarded to the hunt group pilot number.
Call Hold
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The HOLD key provides either exclusive or system hold, depending on
system programming. With Exclusive Hold, only the extension that held the
call can retrieve it. With System Hold, another extension can retrieve the call.
Operation
To place a call on Hold:
Press the HOLD key.
To release the call:
Press the HOLD key again.
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DSLT Features
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Non-appearing Central Office Line Hold
• FF1 (System): Recall Timer for Extension-Held Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): Recall Timer for Extension-Held CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Trunk Line Automatic Hold (Key Bank Hold)
Considerations
• A held call will recall if it is not retrieved before the Hold Recall Timer
expires.
• If there is no response to the Hold Recall tone, the tone is issued at the
Attendant Phone. However, no tone is issued at the Attendant Phone if
Night Mode is activated.
• If your system has onhook transfer activated, and you have placed an
outside call on hold and then made an Intercom Call, make sure the other
extension presses the FLASH key or hangs up before you do. If you hang
up before the other extension, the held outside line will be transferred to
that extension.
• An error tone is issued if you attempt to hold more than one call at once.
• The DBS can provide Music-on-Hold to callers placed on hold. See
“Music-On-Hold” (page 1-24) for more information.
Call Park
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can use the Call Park function to transfer a call, even if you cannot locate
the intended recipient of the call. Simply park the call and then page the
person to whom you want to transfer the call. That person can answer the call
from any extension by dialing the number of the extension that parked the
call.
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Call ParkCall
Operation
To park a call:
1. Press the HOLD key.
2. Dial “75.”
To retrieve a parked call:
1. Lift the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “76.”
3. Dial the number of the extension that parked the call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Attendant Park Hold Recall Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Park Hold Recall Timer
Considerations
• An alarm tone is issued if a parked call is not released before the Park
Recall Timer expires. If this happens, the user that parked the call can
retrieve it by picking up the handset. If no one retrieves the call after the
Park Recall Timer expires, a second alarm is issued at the attendant
phone(s).
• You cannot park more than one outside line at a time.
• The Call Park Recall Timer is similar to the Recall Timer, except that when
the Call Park Recall Timer is set for “0” a call automatically recalls in three
minutes.
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DSLT Features
Call Pickup
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
DSLTs can use both directed and group call pickup.
Direct Call Pickup
Description
A call to an extension can be answered from any other extension with the
Direct Call Pickup feature.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “79.”
3. Enter the number of the ringing extension.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• If more than one caller is attempting to reach the ringing extension, the
Direct Call Pickup feature answers the call that arrives first.
Once the call has been picked up, other extensions that attempt to pick up
the call receive busy tone.
• You can answer incoming calls, intercom calls (both tone and voice), call
waiting, paging, transferred calls, or recalls using the Direct Call Pickup
feature. You cannot answer callbacks with this feature.
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Call PickupCall
Group Call Pickup
Description
Use the Group Call Pickup feature, to answer calls to other extensions within
your Paging Group (01-07) without entering the number of the extension that
is ringing.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “70.”
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Page Group
Considerations
• If more than one call is arriving at the Paging Group, the Group Call
Pickup feature will answer the call to the lowest-numbered port first.
• If the called extension belongs to more than one Paging Group, the Group
Call Pickup Feature will answer the call to the lowest-numbered Paging
Group first.
• You can answer incoming calls, Intercom Tone Calling, or Intercom Voice
Calling using the Group Call Pickup feature. You cannot answer Paging or
Callback with this feature.
• Group Call Pickup cannot be used to pick up a ringing phone in Paging
Group 00. For example, if an extension is a member of Paging Groups 00
and 06, the extension can use Group Call Pickup to answer ringing calls in
Group 06, but not in Group 00.
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DSLT Features
Call Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides two call transfer methods: blind transfer and screened
transfer.
Blind Transfer
Description
Blind transfer allows the transfer of a call directly to an extension, without
waiting for the called extension to answer.
Operation
1. Press the HOLD key to place the call on hold.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. Replace the handset before the other party answers.
• You can also replace the handset after the third party answers.
• The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside
line.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
Considerations
• For users to transfer calls by pressing HOLD, dialing an extension, and
going onhook, the Onhook Transfer feature must be enabled.
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
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Call TransferCall
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if extension “A” is forwarded to extension “B,” calls that are
transferred to extension “A” will be forwarded to extension “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that does not answer and does not
have Call Forwarding activated, the transfer recalls your extension after
the Transfer Recall Timer expires.
Screened Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Use the Screened Transfer feature to contact a third party and announce the
call before transferring it.
To use Screened Transfer when your system is set for Onhook
Transfer:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the call on hold.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
4. Replace the handset.
The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside line.
To use Screened Transfer when Onhook Transfer is disabled:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the outside call on hold.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
The EXT LED stops flashing and remains lit.
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4. Dial “8.”
The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside line.
5. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Recall Timer for Extension -Transferred CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Recall Timer for Extension -Transferred CO Calls
Considerations
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if phone “A” is covered to phone “B,” calls that are
transferred to phone “A” will be forwarded to phone “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that does not answer and does not
have Call Forwarding activated, the transfer recalls to your extension after
the Transfer Recall Timer expires.
Call Waiting
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can send a Call Waiting signal, followed by a brief LCD message, to a
busy extension. The party receiving the message need only replace the
handset and then pick it up again to be automatically connected to your
extension.
The following messages can be sent using the Call Waiting feature:
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Call WaitingCall
Table 4-4. Call Waiting Text Messages
Message
Code
Message
5
6
“Visitor Here”
“Need Help”
7
9
“Important”
“Emergency”
Message codes 0-4 cannot be used.
Operation
To Set Call Waiting:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “3.”
4. If you wish to send a text message, dial the desired message code (5-7 or
9).
The message appears on the called party’s phone if the called party has a
display phone. (If the extension does not have a display, it will continue to
issue a call waiting tone.)
5. Remain on the line until the called party picks up.
To answer Call Waiting (after disconnecting the current call):
1. Replace the handset.
The current call is disconnected.
2. Pick up the handset.
You are automatically connected to the extension sending the Call
Waiting.
To answer Call Waiting (without disconnecting the current call):
1. Press HOLD.
• The current call is disconnected.
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• The new call is connected automatically.
2. Press HOLD again to retrieve the first call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• Call Waiting can be used without entering a message code.
• An extension that has DND activated, has a call on hold, is ringing (from
another call), or is engaged in a conference call cannot receive Call
Waiting messages.
• An extension that has call forwarding activated cannot receive call waiting
messages unless it has an available ML key.
Camp-on
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you reach a busy extension, you can use the Camp-on feature to alert you
with a ring when the extension becomes free. You can then to pick up your
handset to automatically dial the extension.
Operation
To activate the Camp-on feature:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “3.”
• The phone issues a ringback tone.
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• If the Camp-on feature is not available, the phone continues to issue
busy tone.
4. Replace the handset after you hear the ringback tone.
To answer the callback ring:
Pick up the handset when you hear the callback ring.
The system automatically dials the called extension.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• The callback ring must be answered within sixteen seconds or it will be
canceled.
• A Camp-on request will only be accepted after Call Waiting status.
• Camp-on cannot be activated by an extension that has call forwarding
turned on.
• An extension can only have one call camped on at a time. For example, if
Extension 152 camps on to Extension 153, another extension cannot camp
on to 153, as long as 152 is camped on.
• An extension that has initiated a camp-on cannot receive a camp-on. For
instance, if Extension 200 has camped on to Extension 300, another
extension cannot camp on to 200.
• For CPC-S and CPC-M, callbacks are not forwarded. For example, if
Extension 200 is call forwarded to Extension 300, Extension 200 can
register a callback request to Extension 400. When the callback request is
returned, it will ring Extension 200 and will not follow call forwarding.
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Conference Calls
DSLT Features
Conference Calls
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Conference Calls allow an extension user to add a party to an existing
conversation.
DSLT users can create the following types of Conference Calls:
• One outside line and two extensions (three-party Conference Call)
• Two outside lines and one extension (three-party Conference Call)
• Three extensions (Intercom Conference Call)
Operation
To add an extension:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the current call on hold.
2. Dial the number of the extension you wish to add to the call.
3. Press CONF when your call is answered.
To add an outside number:
1. Press the HOLD key to place the current call on hold.
2. Call the outside number.
3. Press CONF when your call is answered.
Considerations
• Press the FLASH key to exit a Conference Call.
• The Hold feature cannot be used during a three-party conference.
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Dial “0” for AttendantDial
Dial “0” for Attendant
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The Attendant can be called from any extension by pressing “0.”
If multiple attendants are assigned, dial “0” calls goes to Attendant “1” first.
If attendant “1” is busy, the call then goes to Attendant “2.” The call
continues to transfer to the next attendant in the attendant group, if necessary.
A maximum of four attendants can be assigned.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Press “0.”
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Second Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Third Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Fourth Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Extension
Direct Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extension users can access specific trunks for outgoing calls. Extension users
can also use Direct Trunk Access to test trunks or to access data trunks.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
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2. Dial “88” followed by the desired trunk number (01-08).
3. Dial the outside number.
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An extension can be made unavailable by activating Do-Not-Disturb (DND).
Calls to extensions with DND activated receive busy tone.
Operation
To activate DND:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “73.”
3. Replace the handset or press the ON/ OFF key.
To cancel DND:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Dial “73.”
3. Replace the handset or press ON/ OFF.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• Callback Queuing can ring an extension in DND.
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
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Intercom Calling
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls will follow permanent call
forward settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• The DND feature cannot be activated at an extension selected to receive
Call Forwarding.
Intercom Calling
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Descriptions
The DBS 824 provides two methods of intercom calling: voice calling and
tone calling.
Voice Calling. With voice calling, intercom calls are connected
immediately, without a ringing tone.
Tone Calling. With tone calls, a ringing tone is sent to the called extension.
System programming determines whether the DBS 824 uses voice or tone
calling as a default. If voice calling is the default, dialing a “1” after the
extension number will change the call to a tone call. If tone calling is the
default, dialing a “1” will result in a voice call.
Operation
To make a Voice Call:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. If the system default is tone calling, dial a “1.”
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Last Number Redial
DSLT Features
To make an Tone Call:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. If the system default is voice calling, dial a “1.”
The called extension rings.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Intercom Calling
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Voice Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• When an extension’s calling mode is set to voice calls, a “splash” tone can
be sent to alert the extension to the voice call. System programming
determines if the splash tone is provided.
• If an extension is onhook, it will receive tone calls.
• The voice calling feature is not available for DISA incoming calls.
• Voice calls do not forward if Cover No Answer is turned on.
Last Number Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The last outside number dialed may be redialed automatically by pressing the
REDIAL key.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
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2. Dial a trunk access code (81-86 or 9).
3. Press the REDIAL key.
Considerations
• If the Auto Flash Redial feature is set, you can flash the outside line once
by pressing the REDIAL key at the busy tone. The last number dialed can
then be redialed.
• The Last Number Redial feature can redial a number up to sixteen digits
long.
• A maximum of five Speed Dialing codes can be redialed.
Meet-Me Answer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can answer a Paging call from any extension using the Meet-Me Answer
feature.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset from any extension at which you hear a Paging call.
2. Press “77.”
Paging ceases and you are connected to the paging party.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• The Meet-Me Answer feature cannot be used with Paging Group 00.
• You can only use the Meet-Me Answer feature at an extension that does
not have an incoming call.
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Message Waiting/Callback Request
DSLT Features
• If an external paging system or a Universal Answer system has been
installed, use Group Call Pickup to respond to the Paging call.
Message Waiting/Callback Request
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you call an extension that is busy or does not answer, you can leave a
message requesting a return call.
Operation
To leave a Callback Request:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. Dial “2” at the busy tone or while the telephone is still ringing.
4. Replace the handset.
To answer a Callback Request:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press the REDIAL key.
Your telephone automatically dials the extension that left the Callback
Request.
To cancel a Callback Request:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Press the AUTO key.
3. Press the FLASH key.
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Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA)Off4. Replace the handset or press the ON/OFF key.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Setting
Considerations
• Up to four Callback Requests can be sent to one extension.
• If you call the same extension a second time and the party answers,
Callback Requests you sent earlier will be cancelled.
• If a Callback Request is sent to an extension that has Call Forwarding
enabled, the Callback Request is automatically forwarded to the designated
extension.
• You can send a Callback Request to an extension that has Do Not Disturb
or Absence Message activated.
• Making a blind transfer to an extension to which you have previously sent
a callback request does not cancel your callback request.
Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can use the Off-Hook Voice Announce (OHVA) feature to interrupt a
busy extension and then make an announcement that only the called party can
hear. You can also transfer a held call to a busy extension after making the
announcement using this feature.
Operation
To make an OHVA:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
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3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “5.”
To transfer a call using OHVA
1. Press the HOLD key.
2. Dial the number of the extension to which the call will be transferred.
Your phone issues a busy tone if the extension is already on a call.
3. Press “5” and announce the call to be transferred.
If the transferred call is not accepted by the called extension, press the
FLASH key to cancel the transfer.
4. Press “8.”
5. Replace the handset.
To answer the call from a DSLT:
1. Press CONF to speak with the announcing party.
2. Press CONF again to disconnect the announcing party and return to the
original call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override & OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• If Onhook Transfer is enabled, the held call is transferred as soon as the
extension sending the OHVA hangs up.
• If the transferred call is not answered immediately, it will queue for a
specified time and then return to the extension sending the OHVA. (The
recall time is set in the Transfer-Recall Timer.)
• You cannot receive a Call Waiting message during an OHVA.
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Onhook Dialing
• You cannot toggle back and forth between two calls during an OHVA.
Onhook Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
To use onhook dialing, press the ON/OFF key.
The DSLT does not have a microphone, so the user must lift the handset to
talk.
Pooled Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 system is designed to accept from 4 to 8 outside lines. These
lines can be divided into seven Pooled Trunk groups. The groups are
numbered 9 and 81-86.
To select a free outside line, choose a pooled trunk group number. The DBS
automatically selects a free line from the group.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
The phone issues an intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the desired trunk group number (81-86 or 9).
3. Dial the outside number.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Groups “81-86”
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DSLT Features
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Settings (all)
Considerations
• There are seven groups of outside lines: 9 and 81-86. Some additional
outside lines may not be assigned to a group.
• Dialing “9” activates LCR if the LCR option is enabled.
Reminder Call
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
With the Reminder Call feature, your telephone can act as an alarm clock.
Operation
To Set the Reminder Call feature:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Press “#4.”
3. Enter the time you wish the Reminder Call to be issued. Enter the desired
time in 12-hour format, followed by a “1” for a.m. or a “2” for p.m.
4. Replace the handset or press the ON/OFF key.
To Cancel the Reminder Call feature:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “#4.”
3. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
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Saved Number Redial
Considerations
• A sixteen-second alarm tone will be issued at the specified time.
• One Reminder Call may be set for each telephone.
• To change the Reminder Call, enter a new time.
• If the extension is in use when the reminder call is scheduled, the reminder
call is sent as soon as the extension becomes available.
Saved Number Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can save a previously dialed number for later redialing. Unlike the Last
Number Redial feature, the Saved Number Redial feature allows you redial
the stored number, even if it is not the last number dialed.
Saved Number Redial can only be used for outside numbers,.
Operation
To save a number:
1. Press the AUTO key twice before replacing the handset.
2. Press “*.”
3. Replace the handset.
To redial a saved number:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial a trunk access code (81-86 or 9).
3. Press the AUTO key.
4. Press “*.”
Considerations
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• Any previously saved number is erased when a new number is saved.
• The Saved Number Redial feature can redial a number up to sixteen digits
long.
• A maximum of five Speed Dialing codes can be stored.
Speed Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Personal Speed Dialing
Description
Frequently called numbers can be stored using the Personal Speed Dial
feature. With the CPC-S and CPC-M in the standard mode, up to 10 Personal
Speed Dial numbers can be programmed at individual extensions. With the
CPC-M in the add-on mode, up to 40 Personal Speed Dial numbers can be
programmed at individual extensions
Extension users can program their own personal speed dial numbers, or they
can be programmed from a key phone.
Operation
To assign Personal Speed Dial Numbers:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Press *.
3. Dial “80.”
4. Dial a personal speed dial code (90-99 or 900-939).
5. Dial the number you want to store.
• To include a trunk access code in the number, press CONF then dial 9
or 1-6. (1-6 = trunk groups 81-86.)
• To include a pause, press REDIAL.
• To include a flash, press FLASH.
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6. Press HOLD.
7. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
To delete a Personal Speed Dial number:
1. Lift the handset or press ON/OFF.
2. Press *.
3. Dial “80.”
4. Dial the personal speed dial number (90-99 or 900-939).
5. Press HOLD.
6. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
Related Programming
• FF7 (Toll Restrictions): Toll Restrictions (all)
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): Personal Speed Dial Numbers
Considerations
• Personal speed dial numbers for DSLTs can also be entered from an
attendant phone.
• Personal Speed Dial numbers can contain up to sixteen digits.
• Storing a new number erases any previously stored data.
• Speed Dialing cannot be checked while Station Lockout is enabled.
System Speed Dial
Description
Frequently called numbers can be stored using the System Speed Dial feature.
With the CPC-S and the CPC-M in standard mode, up to 90 System Speed
Dial numbers (00-89) can be programmed at the Attendant Phone and used by
any extension. With the CPC-M in add-on mode, up to 200 System Speed
Dial numbers (000-199) can be programmed at the Attendant Phone and used
by any extension.
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Operation
To dial a system speed dial number:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. If necessary, access an outside line.
3. Press AUTO.
4. Dial the system speed dial code (00-89 or 000-199).
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Override Toll Restriction with SSD Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): System Speed Dialing
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Chapter 5. SLT Features
This chapter describes features that are available with single-line telephones
(SLTs).
Single-line telephones are industry-standard 2500 sets (touch tone required).
SLTs are not equipped with feature keys or line keys, so basic telephone
operations are performed by pressing dialpad keys and/or using the
switchhook.
This chapter covers the following topics:
Topic
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Absence Message
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Busy Override
Call Forwarding
Call Hold
Call Park
Call Pickup
Call Transfer
Call Waiting
Camp-on
Conference Calls
Dial “0” for Attendant
Direct Trunk Access
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
Intercom Calling
Last Number Redial
Meet-Me Answer
Message Waiting/Callback Request
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
Pooled Trunk Access
Speed Dialing
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Absence Message
Absence Message
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
SLT users can leave text messages on their phones when they are away.
When the unattended extension is dialed by a key phone, the text message
appears on the caller’s phone.
One of the following messages can be selected. Messages 5 to 9 can be
changed through system programming.
Table 5-1. Absence Messages
Message
No.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Message Text
In Meeting
At Lunch
Out of Office
Vacation
Another Office
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
User Defined
Operation
To Set an Absence Message
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “71.”
3. Enter a message code between 0 and 9 (See Table 5-1).
4. Enter the time you will return (optional). See Table 5-2 for examples.
5. Replace the handset.
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To Cancel an Absence Message
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “71.”
3. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF6 (Names and Messages): Absence Messages
Considerations
• Extensions without displays get a busy signal, rather than the Absence
Message.
• If a message code number that has not been assigned a text message is
selected, “Absence,” followed by the code number, appears on the caller’s
display.
• Absence Message return times can be entered as shown in Table 5-2:
Table 5-2. Example Return Times for Absence Messages
Input
Display
No input
9
11
615
1035
Return
Return 9:00
Return 11:00
Return 6:15
Return 10:35
Four-digit numbers can also be entered (0000-9999 = Hours & Minutes or
Month & Date).
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to extensions with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls follow permanent call forward
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Auto Redial
settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
Auto Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If the Redial key is pressed when the extension is idle or receiving dial tone,
the last intercom or outside number is automatically redialed.
Related Programming
• FF3 (System): Auto-Redial on Extensions
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service Setting
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Auto-Repeat Dial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
When a called outside party is busy, pressing the REDIAL key while hearing
busy tone automatically redials the number. The system will keep redialing
the number until the called party answers, you hang up or the Auto-Repeat
Dialing Count is reached.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Auto-Repeat Dialing Count
• FF1 (System): Wait Timer for Auto-Repeat Dialing
• FF1 (System): Busy Tone Detection Timer
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Busy Override
SLT Features
• FF1 (System): Dial Tone Detection Timer
• FF2 (Trunk): CO Busy Tone Detection
Busy Override
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions in the same Paging Group (1-7) can break into one another’s
outside calls or intercom calls to relay information or to create three-party
Conference Calls.
Operation
Press “4” when you hear the busy tone.
An alert tone is issued at both phones.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override & OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Send
• FF3 (Extension): Busy Override Receive
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Page Group
Considerations
• You cannot break in on three-party conference calls.
• The default for the override alert tone is “off.” If the override alert tone is
enabled, the tone will be sent to both parties when a call is overridden.
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Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Call Forwarding allows users to send their calls to another extension, to an
outside line, or to voice mail. The following table shows the call forwarding
features available.
Table 5-3. DBS Call Forwarding features
Feature
Call Forwarding--All Calls
Call Forwarding--No Answer
Call Forwarding--Busy
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer
Permanent Call Forwarding
Call Forwarding--All Calls. When this feature is activated, all incoming
calls to an extension are forwarded immediately.
Call Forwarding--No Answer. When this feature is activated, an
unanswered call rings until the Call Forward No Answer timer expires. When
the timer expires, the unanswered call is forwarded.
Call Forwarding--Busy. When this feature is activated, all incoming calls
to a busy extension are forwarded to a designated extension.
Call Forwarding--Busy/No Answer. When this feature is activated, all
incoming calls to an extension that is off-hook or does not answer are
forwarded to a designated extension. Similarly, if the extension is busy, the
calls are forwarded to the designated extension.
Permanent Call Forwarding. Permanent call forwarding is assigned
through system programming. Permanent call forwarding is usually used to
forward calls to a voice mail system.
Extension users can invoke other forms of call forwarding (no answer, busy,
all calls) to override the permanent call forwarding destination.
Permanent call forwarding can be used with busy, no answer, or busy/no
answer.
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Call Forwarding
Operation
To activate Call Forwarding:
1. Lift the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “72.”
3. Dial the appropriate call forwarding code.
Call Forward
Type
All
Busy/no answer
Busy
No answer
Code
0
1
2
4
4. If you’re forwarding to an extension, enter the number of the extension
you want to receive your calls. If you’re forwarding to an outside number,
dial “0” plus the appropriate speed dial number.
Note: To forward to an outside number, you must have already
programmed the number into personal or system speed dialing. You can
forward to any speed dial number (system or personal). This requires
pooled trunk access (9, 81-86). However, dial “9” trunk access cannot be
used when Least Cost Routing is active.
5. Replace the handset.
To cancel Call Forwarding
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “72.”
3. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Call Forward--No Answer Timer
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
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Call Forwarding
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Type
• FF3 (Extension): Permanent Call Forward Extension
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): System Speed Dial Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): Personal Speed Dial Numbers
Considerations
• Calls can be forwarded to extensions that have call forwarding activated.
For example, phone “A” can be forwarded to phone “B,” even if phone
“B” is forwarded to voice mail.
• Extensions receiving forwarded trunk calls display “CFWD NNN
XXXXXX,” where “NNN” = the extension that forwarded the call and
“XXXXXX” = the trunk name or number.
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls follow permanent call forward
settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• Voice calls do not forward when Call Forwarding--No Answer is used.
• Extensions for which Call Forwarding to an external number has been set
cannot:
- Be in the middle of an outside call when the feature is activated.
- Have a toll restriction setting that prohibits outside calls.
• Calls can be forwarded to a third-party voice mail with the “Call Forward
ID Code” described on page 1-12.
• For an extension to be permanently call forwarded to the pilot number of a
hunt group, the hunt group pilot number must be 244 or above. For
example, if extension 200 is assigned as the pilot number of a hunt group,
hunting will work properly when 200 is dialed. However, permanent call
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Call Hold
forwarding will not work for any extension that is permanently call
forwarded to the hunt group pilot number.
Call Hold
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Call Hold provides either exclusive or system hold, depending on system
programming. With Exclusive Hold, only the extension that held the call can
retrieve it. With System Hold, another extension can retrieve the call.
Operation
To place a call on Hold:
Flash the switchhook.
To release the call:
Flash the switchhook again.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Non-appearing Central Office Line Hold
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Hold Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
• FF1 (System): SLT Onhook Flash Timer
Considerations
• A held call recalls if it is not retrieved before the Hold Recall Timer
expires.
• If there is no response to the Hold Recall, the call transfers to the Attendant
Phone; however, no tone sounds at an Attendant Phone if Night Mode is
activated.
• If you flash the switchhook during a conference call, the flash is ignored.
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Call Park
• If your system is set to onhook transfer, and you have placed an outside
call on hold and then made an intercom call, make sure the other extension
hangs up before you do. If you hang up before the other extension, the held
outside line will be transferred to that extension.
• The DBS 824 can provide Music-on-Hold to callers placed on hold. See
“Music-On-Hold” (page 1-24) for more information.
Call Park
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Use the Call Park function to transfer an outside call when you cannot locate
the intended recipient of the call. Park the call and then page the person to
whom you want to transfer the call. That person can answer the call from any
extension by dialing the number of the extension that parked the call.
Operation
To park an outside call:
1. Flash the switchhook.
2. Dial “75.”
To retrieve a parked call:
1. Lift the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial “76.”
3. Dial the number of the extension that parked the call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Park Recall Timer
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Call Pickup
Considerations
• The parked call recalls if it is not retrieved before the Recall Timer expires.
If this happens, the user that parked the call can retrieve it by picking up
the handset. If no one retrieves the call after the Park Recall Timer expires,
the call reverts to the attendant.
• You cannot park more than one outside line at a time.
• The Park Recall Timer is similar to the Recall Timer, except that when the
Park Recall Timer is set for “0” calls are automatically recalled in three
minutes.
Call Pickup
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
SLTs can use both direct and group call pickup.
Direct Call Pickup
Description
A call to an extension can be answered from any other extension with the
Direct Call Pickup feature.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “79.”
3. Enter the number of the ringing extension.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
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Call Pickup
Considerations
• If more than one caller is attempting to reach the ringing extension, the
Direct Call Pickup feature will answer the call that arrives first.
Once the call has been picked up, other extensions that attempt to pick up
the call receive busy tone.
• You can answer incoming calls, intercom calls (both tone and voice), call
waiting, paging, transferred calls, or recalls using the Direct Call Pickup
feature. You cannot answer camp-on callbacks with this feature.
Group Call Pickup
Description
Using the Group Call Pickup feature, you can answer calls to other extensions
within your Paging Group (01-07) without entering the number of the ringing
extension.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “70.”
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Page Group
Considerations
• If more than one call is arriving at the Paging Group, the Group Call
Pickup feature will answer the call to the lowest port number first.
• If the called extension belongs to more than one Paging Group, the Group
Call Pickup Feature will answer the call to the lowest-numbered Paging
Group first.
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Call Transfer
• You can answer incoming calls, Intercom Tone Calling, or Intercom Voice
Calling using the Group Call Pickup feature. You cannot answer Paging or
Callback with this feature.
• Group Call Pickup cannot be used to pick up a ringing phone in Paging
Group 00. For example, if an extension is a member of Paging Groups 00
and 06, the extension can use Group Call Pickup to answer ringing calls in
Group 06, but not in Group 00.
Call Transfer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
The DBS 824 provides two call transfer methods: blind transfer and screened
transfer.
SLTs can transfer trunk and intercom calls.
Blind Transfer
Description
Blind transfer allows the transfer of a call directly to an extension, without
waiting for the called extension to answer.
Operation
1. Flash the switchhook to place the call on hold.
2. Dial the number of the extension to which the call is to be transferred.
3. Replace the handset before the other party answers.
• You can also replace the handset after the third party answers.
• The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside
line.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
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Call Transfer
• FF1 (System):Extension Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
Considerations
• In order for users to transfer calls by flashing the switchhook, dialing the
extension, and going onhook, the Onhook Transfer feature must be
enabled.
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if extension “A” is covered to extension “B,” calls that are
transferred to extension “A” will be forwarded to extension “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that is busy or does not answer
and does not have Call Forwarding activated, the transfer will recall your
extension after the Transfer Recall Timer expires.
Screened Transfer
Description
Using the Screened Transfer feature, you can contact a third party via an
extension before transferring a call to that party.
Operation
To use Screened Transfer when your system is set for Onhook
Transfer:
1. Flash the switchhook to place the call on hold.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
4. Replace the handset.
The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside line.
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Call Transfer
To use Screened Transfer when Onhook Transfer is disabled:
1. Flash the switchhook to place the outside call on hold.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the extension number to which the call is to be transferred.
3. When your call is answered, inform the third party of the transfer.
The EXT LED stops flashing and remains lit.
4. Dial “8.”
The third party need only pick up the handset to speak to the outside line.
5. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for CO Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Transfer Recall Timer for Intercom Calls
Considerations
• You cannot transfer a call to an extension that has Do Not Disturb or
Absence Message activated.
• You can transfer a call to an extension that has Call Forwarding activated.
The transferred call will follow the call forwarding path of the extension it
is transferred to.
For example, if phone “A” is covered to phone “B,” calls that are
transferred to phone “A” will be forwarded to phone “B.”
• When you transfer a call to an extension that is busy or does not answer
and does not have Call Forwarding activated, a recall tone sounds at your
extension after Transfer Recall Timer expires.
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Call Waiting
Call Waiting
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can send a Call Waiting signal, followed by a brief LCD message, to a
busy extension. The party receiving the message need only replace the
handset and then pick it up again to be automatically connected to your
extension.
The following messages can be sent using the Call Waiting feature:
Table 5-4. Call Waiting Text Messages
Message
Code
5
6
7
9
Message
“Visitor Here”
“Need Help”
“Important”
“Emergency”
Message codes 0-4 are not available.
Operation
To Set Call Waiting:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “3.”
4. If you wish to send a text message, dial the desired message code (5-7 or
9).
The message displays on the called party’s phone if the called party has a
key phone. (If the called party does not have a display, the extension
continues to issue a call waiting tone.)
5. Remain on the line until the called party picks up.
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Call Waiting
To answer Call Waiting (and disconnect the current call):
1. Replace the handset.
The current call is disconnected.
2. Pick up the handset.
You are automatically be connected to the extension sending the Call
Waiting.
To answer Call Waiting (without disconnecting the current call):
1. Flash the switchhook.
• The current call is disconnected.
• The new call is connected automatically.
2. Flash the switchhook again to retrieve the original call.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• Call Waiting can be used without entering a message code.
• Extensions that have DND activated, have a call on hold, are ringing (from
another call), or are engaged in a conference call cannot receive Call
Waiting.
• Call Waiting cannot be sent to an ML key.
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Camp-on
Camp-on
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you reach a busy extension, you can use the Camp-on feature to alert you
with a ring when the extension becomes free. You can then pick up your
handset to automatically dial the extension.
Operation
To activate the Camp-on feature:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “3.”
• The phone issues ringback tone.
• If the Camp-on feature is not available, the phone continues to issue a
busy tone.
4. Replace the handset after you hear the ringback tone.
5. Wait for the callback ring.
To answer the callback ring:
Pick up the handset when you hear the callback ring.
The system automatically dials the called extension.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• The callback ring must be answered within sixteen seconds or it is
canceled.
• A Camp-on request will only be accepted after Call Waiting status.
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Conference Calls
• Camp-on cannot be activated to an extension that has call forwarding
turned on.
• If an extension with call forwarding camps on to a busy extension, its
camp-on reply is not forwarded.
• An extension can only have one call camped on at a time. For example, if
Extension 152 camps on to Extension 153, another extension cannot camp
on to 153, as long as 152 is camped on.
• An extension that has initiated a camp-on cannot receive a camp-on. For
instance, if Extension 200 has camped on to Extension 300, another
extension cannot camp on to 200.
• Callbacks are not forwarded. For example, if Extension 200 is call
forwarded to Extension 300, Extension 200 can register a callback request
to Extension 400. When the callback request is returned, it rings Extension
200 and does not follow call forwarding.
Conference Calls
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Conference Calling allows extension users to add a party to an existing
conversation.
SLT users can create the following types of Conference Calls:
• One outside line and two extensions
• Two outside lines and one extension
• Three extensions.
Operation
To add an extension:
1. Flash the switchhook to place the current call on hold.
2. Dial the number of the extension you wish to add to the call.
3. Dial “7” when your call is answered.
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Dial “0” for Attendant
To add an outside number:
1. Flash the switchhook to place the current call on hold.
2. Dial a trunk group number (81-86 or 9).
3. Dial the outside number.
4. Flash the switchhook when your call is answered.
Related Programming
• FF3 (Extension): Single Line Telephone Hookflash
Considerations
• Call Waiting responses cannot be made during conference calls.
• A switchhook flash is ignored during a conference call.
• Calls forwarded externally cannot create a conference.
• The Hold feature cannot be used during a three-party conference.
Dial “0” for Attendant
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Users can call the Attendant from any extension by pressing “0.”
If multiple attendants are assigned, a dial “0” call goes to Attendant “1” first.
If attendant “1” is busy, the call goes to Attendant “2.” The call continues to
transfer to the next attendant in the attendant group if necessary.
A maximum of four attendants can be assigned.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Press “0.”
Related Programming
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DTMF Stations
• FF1 (System): Second Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Third Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Fourth Attendant Position
• FF1 (System): Attendant Transfer Extension
DTMF Stations
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 supports DTMF extensions on SLTA analog extension ports.
Dial Pulse extensions are not supported by the SLTA.
Related Programming
• FF2 (Trunk): DTMF/Pulse Dialing for Trunks
Considerations
• DP to DTMF Signal Conversion allows DTMF extensions to use either
dial pulse or DTMF trunks.
Direct Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Extensions can access a specific trunk for outgoing calls. Extensions can also
use Direct Trunk Access to test trunks or to access data trunks.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “88” followed by the desired trunk number (01-08).
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Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
3. Dial the outside number.
4. Replace the handset.
Do-Not-Disturb (DND)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
An extension can be made unavailable by activating Do-Not-Disturb (DND).
When DND is activated at an extension, calls to that extension receive busy
tone.
Operation
To activate DND:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “73.”
3. Replace the handset.
To cancel DND:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “73.”
3. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• Callback Queuing will not ring an extension in DND. When DND is
cancelled, the callback queuing request is indicated by stutter dial tone.
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Intercom Calling
• DND and Absence Messages cancel Call Forwarding.
Calls to an extension with DND or Absence Message turned on are treated
differently, depending on whether they are trunk or intercom calls.
Intercom calls receive busy tone; trunk calls are routed to the extension
defined in permanent call forwarding.
The following types of incoming trunk calls will follow permanent call
forward settings:
- Direct trunk calls
- Transferred trunk calls.
• The DND feature cannot be activated at an extension selected to receive
Call Forwarding.
Intercom Calling
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Descriptions
The DBS 824 provides two methods of intercom calling: voice calling and
tone calling.
Voice Calling. With voice calling, intercom calls are connected
immediately, without a ringing tone.
Tone Calling. With tone calls, a ringing tone is sent to the called extension.
System programming determines whether the DBS 824 uses voice or tone
calling as a default. If voice calling is the default, dialing a “1” after the
extension number changes the call to a tone call. If tone calling is the default,
dialing a “1” results in a voice call.
Operation
To make a Voice Call:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. If the system default is tone calling, dial a “1.”
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Last Number Redial
To make an Tone Call:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. If the system default is voice calling, dial a “1.”
The called extension will ring.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Intercom Calling
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Voice Calls
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• When an extension’s calling mode is set for voice calls, a “splash” tone can
be sent to alert the extension to the voice call. System programming
determines if the splash tone is provided.
• If an extension is onhook, it will receive tone calls.
• The voice calling feature is not available for DISA incoming calls.
• Voice calls do not forward if Cover No Answer is turned on.
Last Number Redial
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The last outside number dialed may be redialed automatically.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial a trunk access code (81-86 or 9).
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Meet-Me Answer
3. Flash the switchhook.
4. Dial “89.”
Considerations
• The Last Number Redial feature can redial a number up to sixteen digits
long.
• A maximum of five Speed Dialing codes can be redialed.
Meet-Me Answer
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
You can answer a Paging call from any extension using the Meet-Me Answer
feature.
Operation
1. Pick up the handset from any extension at which you hear the Paging call.
2. Press “77.”
Paging ceases and you are connected to the party trying to reach you.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
Considerations
• The Meet-Me Answer feature cannot be used with Paging Group 00.
• You can only use the Meet-Me Answer feature at an extension that does
not have an incoming call.
• If an external paging system or a Universal Answer system has been
installed, use Group Call Pickup to respond to a Paging call.
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Message Waiting/Callback Request
Message Waiting/Callback Request
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
If you try to call an extension that is busy or does not answer, you can leave a
message requesting a return call.
Operation
To leave a Callback Request:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the extension number.
3. Dial “2” at the busy tone or while the telephone is still ringing.
4. Replace the handset.
To answer a Callback Request:
1. Pick up the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone from the handset.
2. Dial “##”.
Your telephone automatically dials the extension that left the Callback
Request.
To cancel a Callback Request:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial “#*”.
3. Replace the handset.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System) Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension) Extension Class of Service Assignment
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Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
Considerations
• Up to four Callback Requests can be sent to any one extension.
• If you call the same extension a second time and the party answers, a
Callback Request you sent earlier will be cancelled.
• If a Callback Request is sent to an extension for which Call Forwarding is
set, the Callback Request is automatically forwarded to the designated
extension.
• You can send a Callback Request to an extension that has Do Not Disturb
or Absence Message activated.
• Making a blind transfer to an extension to which you have previously sent
a callback request will not cancel your callback request. .
Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA)
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
Use the Offhook Voice Announce (OHVA) feature to interrupt a busy
extension and then make an announcement that only the called party can hear.
Operation
To make an OHVA:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the desired extension number.
3. Upon hearing busy tone, press “5.”
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Onhook (Automatic) Transfer
• FF1 (System): Alert Tone for Busy Override & OHVA
• FF1 (System): Extension Class of Service
• FF3 (Extension): Extension Class of Service Assignment
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Pooled Trunk Access
• FF3 (Extension): Call Waiting/OHVA
Considerations
• If Onhook Transfer is enabled, the held call is transferred as soon as the
extension sending the OHVA hangs up. The transferred call is held until
the extension that received the OHVA completes the current call.
• The extension interrupted by the OHVA cannot receive a Call Waiting
message during an OHVA.
• You cannot toggle back and forth between two calls during an OHVA.
• If you make an Offhook Voice Announcement to an SLT, the SLT user and
the other party will hear the announcement.
Pooled Trunk Access
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Description
The DBS 824 system is designed to accept from 4 to 8 outside lines. These
lines can be divided into seven Pooled Trunk groups. The groups are
numbered 9 and 81-86.
Selecting a pooled trunk access number automatically selects a free trunk
from the group.
Operation
1. Lift the handset.
The phone issues intercom dial tone.
2. Dial the desired trunk group number (81-86 or 9).
3. Dial the outside number.
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Least Cost Routing (LCR) Access
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “9”
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Speed Dialing
• FF2 (Trunks): Pooled Trunk Access for Group “81-86”
• FF3 (Extension): Forced Least Cost Routing
• FF8 (LCR): LCR Settings (all)
Considerations
• There are seven groups of outside lines: 9 and 81-86. Some additional
outside lines may not be assigned to a group.
• Dialing “9” activates LCR if the LCR option is enabled.
Speed Dialing
(CPC-S and CPC-M)
Personal Speed Dial
Description
Frequently called numbers can be stored using the Personal Speed Dial
feature. Personal speed dial numbers are assigned to SLTs from attendant or
key phones.
Operation
To dial a Personal Speed Dial number:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. If necessary, access an outside line.
3. Dial “80.”
4. Dial the two-digit personal speed dial code (90-99 or 900-939).
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Speed Dialing
System Speed Dial
Description
Frequently called numbers can be stored using the System Speed Dial feature.
With CPC-S and CPC-M in standard mode, up to 90 System Speed Dial
numbers (00-89) can be programmed at the Attendant Phone and can be used
by any extension. With CPC-M in add-on mode, up to 200 System Speed Dial
numbers (000-199) can be programmed at the Attendant Phone and can be
used by any extension.
Operation
To dial a system speed dial number:
1. Pick up the handset.
2. If necessary, access an outside line.
3. Dial “80.”
4. Dial the two-digit system speed dial code (00-89 or 000-199).
Related Programming
• FF1 (System): Override Toll Restriction with SSD Numbers
• FF10 (Speed Dialing): System Speed Dial Numbers
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CPC-S/M Version 2.0 supports all features of CPC-S/M Version 1.1, as well as offering support for
the Panasonic 44-Series telephones (VB-44xxx).
Thoroughly review this appendix when using the DBS 824 with CPC-S/M Version 2.0 to make sure
you understand the enhancements provided with this software release.
Contents
Topic
Page
Appendix A: 2.0 Feature Update
1
44-Series Phone Support
2
Directory Mode
7
Variable Mode
8
Handset Mute
10
Off-Hook Monitoring
11
Separate Speaker Volumes for Internal vs. CO calls
11
Analog Adapter
12
MSG (Message) Key
14
DSS/72 Console - Key Arrangement
16
EM/24 - Key Arrangement
20
Modification to Toll Restriction Service
22
Key Telephone Installation Notes
23
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Appendix A
44-Series Phone Support
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 provides full support for Panasonic’s 44-Series phones (VB-44xxx). Table 1,
below, lists all 44-Series phone models and their part numbers. Most models are available in two
colors: gray and black.
Table 6. 44-Series Phones
16-Key Phone (gray)
16-Key Phone (black)
16-Key Speakerphone (gray only)
22-Key Phone (gray only)
22-Key Small-Display Speakerphone (gray)
22-Key Small-Display Speakerphone (black)
34-Key Small-Display Phone (gray only)
34-Key Small-Display Speakerphone (gray)
34-Key Small-Display Speakerphone (black)
22-Key Large-Display Speakerphone (gray)
22-Key Large-Display Speakerphone (black)
DSS/72 Console (gray)
DSS/72 Console (black)
EM/24 Unit (gray)
EM/24 Unit (black)
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VB-44210G
VB-44210B
VB-44211G
VB-44220G
VB-44223G
VB-44223B
VB-44230G
VB-44233G
VB-44233B
VB-44225G
VB-44225B
VB-44320G
VB-44320B
VB-44310G
VB-44310B
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Added Features
New DBS features that can be executed on the 44-Series phones are described below.
Note: The new features introduced with these phones are supported by CPC-S/M Version 2.0.
You can also use the 44-series phones with previous DBS 824 versions, but these added
features won’t be supported.
Figure 2. 44-Series Small-Display Phone
1
2
3
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PR O G
6
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7
8
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9
2 ABC 3 D EF
1
4
G HI
7
PR S
*
18
5
JKL
TU V
8
6
9
M NO
D N D /C F
R ED IAL
10
M U TE
M U TE
EXT
AU TO
16
12
OPER
FLASH
15
11
W XY
0
14
O N /O FF
13
H O LD
VO LU M E
S peakerphone
17
19
20
21
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Table 7. Key to 44-Series Small-Display Phone
#
A-4
1
2
Feature
Message Indicator
Display
3
Mode Key
4
End Key
5
Select Keys
6
PROG Key
7
CONF Key
8
One-Touch Keys
9
10
Flexible Function
(FF) Keys
DND/CF Indicator
11
MUTE Indicator
12
EXT Indicator
13
14
15
ON/OFF Indicator
REDIAL Key
MUTE Key
16
AUTO Key
17
18
ON/OFF Key
FLASH Key
19
VOLUME Key
20
HOLD Key
21
Microphone
22
Speaker
Description
Indicates you have a message.
Displays information about phone’s status, menus,
dialing directories, and text message information.
Used to change display modes from default to directory mode.
Used to exit directory mode and return display to
default mode.
Used to select and dial a System Speed Dial, Personal
Speed Dial, or Extension number from a directory.
Used to program FF and one-touch keys and to adjust
ringer volume. Depending on the setup of your system, it may also be used to transfer calls.
Used to establish conference calls, check FF key and
one-touch features, and scroll through messages.
Used to make outside calls or to access call-handling
features.
Used to access outside lines or to access call-handling
features.
Indicates that Do-Not-Disturb, Call Forwarding, or
Absence Message is set.
Indicates that your voice is muted - i.e., party on the
other end cannot hear you. Lights solid when your
hands-free microphone is muted and flashes when
your handset is muted.
Lights when you are on a call; flashes when you
hold a call.
Lights when ON/OFF key has been pressed.
Use to redial last outside number dialed.
Used to activate/deactivate MUTE function. When
activated, the party on the other end cannot hear you.
(See item 11, MUTE Indicator.)
Used to access speed dialing, enter account codes, or
for message waiting answer/cancel.
Used to make a call without lifting handset.
Used to end an outside call and to restore dial tone
without hanging up receiver.
Used to adjust level of tones, background music, ringing, receiver volume, and display contrast.
Used to hold calls, to retrieve held calls, and to complete FF key programming.
Used to talk with other party without using
the handset.
Emits tones and voice at your extension.
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Figure 3. 44-Series Large-Display Phone
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FU N C TIO N
H ELP
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4
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PR EV
PR O G
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7
8
9
10
1
2 ABC 3 D EF
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11
4 G H I 5 JKL 6 M N O
M U TE
7 PR S 8 TU V 9W XY
EXT
*
19
FLASH
S peakerphone
20
16
AU TO
13
14
VO LU M E
15
M U TE
12
OPER
0
R ED IAL
17
O N /O FF
18
H O LD
21
22
Table 8. Key to 44-Series Large-Display Phone
#
1
2
Feature
Message Indicator
Display
3
Soft Keys
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Description
Indicates you have a message.
Displays information about the phone’s status, menus,
dialing directories, and text message information.
Used to make outside calls or to access call-handling
features.
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#
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4
Feature
MSG Key
5
CONF Key
6
MENU Key
7
8
9
PREV Key
NEXT Key
PROG Key
10
11
Flexible Function
(FF) Keys
DND/CF Indicator
12
MUTE Indicator
13
EXT Indicator
14
15
16
ON/OFF Indicator
REDIAL Key
MUTE Key
17
AUTO Key
18
19
ON/OFF Key
FLASH Key
20
VOLUME Key
21
HOLD Key
22
Microphone
23
Speaker
Appendix A
Description
Used for Auto-CallBack to a telephone which has left
a text message or to access voice messages.
Used to establish conference calls, check FF and
one-touch key settings, and scroll through messages.
Used to return to the Main Menu screen. The default
Main Menu screen contains the following items:
• PERSONAL DIAL
• SYSTEM DIAL
• EXTENSION
• FUNCTION
• HELP
Used to return to the previous menu.
Used to advance to the next menu.
Used to program FF and one-touch keys and to adjust
ringer volume. Depending on the setup of your system, may also be used to transfer calls.
Used to access outside lines or to access call-handling
features.
Indicates that Do-Not-Disturb, Call Forwarding, or
Absence Message is set.
Indicates that your voice is muted - i.e., party on the
other end cannot hear you. Lights solid when your
hands-free microphone is muted and flashes when
your handset is muted.
Lights when you are on a call; flashes when you hold a
call.
Lights when ON/OFF key has been pressed.
Used to redial last outside number dialed.
Used to activate/deactivate MUTE function. When
activated, the party on the other end cannot hear you.
(See item 12, MUTE Indicator.)
Used to access speed dialing, enter account codes, or
for message waiting answer/cancel.
Used to make a call without lifting handset.
Used to end an outside call and to restore dial tone
without hanging up receiver.
Used to adjust level of tones, background music, ringing, receiver volume, and display contrast.
Used to hold calls, to retrieve held calls, and to complete FF key programming.
Used to talk with other party without using
the handset.
Emits tones and voice at your extension.
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Directory Mode
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
On the small-display phones, you can use the phone’s select keys (as well as other
keys) to scroll through a directory of existing System Speed Dial (SSD) names,
Personal Speed Dial (PSD) names, or extension names—and select one to dial. For
example, if you can’t remember the party’s extension number or speed-dial
number to which you want to transfer a call on hold, you can use Directory Mode
to find the number and execute the transfer.
Note: This feature applies to the 44-series small-display phone only (i.e., phones
with a 2-line LCD display).
Operation
The select keys on the 44-series small-display phone are located next to the
display’s 2nd line. Pressing select key 1 (“>” on the left) or select key 2 (“<“ on
the right) will access the displayed directory.
To use Directory Mode:
1.
Press the MODE key to turn Directory Mode on. The 2nd line of the
LCD will display “SSD” on the left and “PSD”on the right.
• Press the MODE key again to access the directory for extension
names. The 2nd line of the LCD will display “EXT” on the left.
2.
Press the > select key to access the directory of existing SSD or EXT
names; or the < select key to access the PSD directory. The 2nd line will
show two speed-dial or extension names at a time (the first 7 characters of
each name), beginning with the A’s.
3.
To scroll through the names (two at a time), press the # key. To
back-scroll, press the * key.
4.
To jump to another letter in the directory, press the numeric key for it.
For example, press the “6” key to jump to the M’s, N’s, and O’s. The M’s
will appear first. Press “6” again to jump to the N’s, and again to jump to
the O’s. (Note: This doesn’t work for PSD names unless the system is a
DBS 824 CPC-M Version 2.0 or higher, which allows up to 40 PSDs.)
• For names beginning with Q or Z, use the 1 key.
5.
When the correct speed-dial or extension name is displayed, you can
execute the dialing of its speed-dial or extension number by pressing
the select key that points to it (> if the name is displayed on the left; or
< if the name is on the right).
• Or, to exit the directory without selecting a number to dial, press the
END key or go on-hook.
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Notes
Appendix A
Available on small-display phones only. This feature applies to the 44-series
small-display phone only (i.e., phones with a 2-line LCD display).
Incompatibility with older phone versions. Directory Mode is available on the
44-Series phones only.
Hot Dial Pad and Directory Mode. The Hot Dial Pad feature (FF3 ExtPort# 47#)
will not work on an extension in Directory Mode.
Variable Mode
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
This feature applies to the 44-series small-display phone only (i.e., phones with a
2-line LCD display).
When the phone is in Variable Mode, the features for Flexible Function Screen
select keys 1 and 2 will display during each of the following call states:
•
•
•
•
Call State
Existing Program Address*
During an intercom call
During CO dial tone
During a trunk call
After dialing a busy extension
FF3 (ExtPort)# 28# (25-39)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 29# (25-39)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 30# (25-39)#
FF3 (ExtPort)# 33# (25-39)#
* In these addresses, you assign a Flexible Function Screen (25-39) to appear on
the extension while it is in the call state.
Operation
The select keys on the 44-series small-display phone are labeled “>” and “<“ to the
left and right of the display’s 2nd line. Pressing select key 1 (“>” on the left) or
select key 2 (“<“ on the right) will perform the displayed feature.
To use Variable Mode:
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1.
Activate Variable Mode by pressing ON/OFF *61 ON/OFF.
• When you dial *61 in the above sequence, the 1st line of the LCD
will display “Variable md ON”. The display will return to normal
when you press the second ON/OFF.
• Use existing addresses FF1 2# 7# 2# to assign screen text.
• The *61 code toggles Variable Mode on and off. Press ON/OFF *61
ON/OFF again to turn Variable Mode off.
2.
While the extension is engaged in an intercom call, the 2nd line will
display select key 1 and 2 features from the Flexible Function Screen
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assigned to display in FF3 ExtPort# 28#. The same applies when the
extension receives CO dial tone (FF3 ExtPort# 29#); during a trunk
call (FF3 ExtPort# 30#); and after dialing a busy extension (FF3
ExtPort# 33#).
• Use existing addresses FF1 2# 7# 1# thru 4# to assign select key
features to Flexible Function Screens.
• Select key features for Fixed Function Screens will not appear on
small-display phones.
3.
Notes
While the select key feature is displayed, you can execute the feature
by pressing the > or < select key.
Toggling Variable Mode On/Off with an FF-Key. You can program the *61 code
into an FF-key: In programming mode, press FF5 (ExtPort)# (KeyNo.)# (*61)#.
The FF-key will toggle Variable Mode on/off while the extension is idle or in an
off-hook/dial-tone state. The FF-key LED will remain lit (red) while Variable
Mode is “On”. (You can also use a one-touch key to toggle Variable Mode on and
off; however, one-touch keys do not contain an LED to indicate when Variable
Mode is on.)
Variable Mode After Power-Cycling. If Variable Mode is “On”, the extension
will stay in Variable Mode even after power-cycling (system is powered down,
then powered back up).
Incompatibility with older phone versions. Variable Mode is available on the
44-Series phones only.
Conditions under which Variable Mode does not work. Variable Mode will be
temporarily overridden under the following conditions: during an incoming
message state, hold state, message-waiting state, or call-waiting state. Incoming
messages include:
CO Queuing
Incoming [trunk no.]
REV.[extension no.]
TRF.[trunk no.]
H-Recall
Call Wait
REC.[trunk no.]
Recall Hnt [Hunt Group no.]
DISA Incoming
Call [extension no.]
Transf [extension no.]
Recall [trunk no.]
HOLD Recall
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Handset Mute
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 or higher
Description
While using the handset (not on speaker) during a phone conversation, you can
press the MUTE key to block audio path to the other party—you can still hear
them, but they can’t hear you. This feature is called “Handset Mute.”
Operation
1.
To turn on Handset Mute while using the handset, press the MUTE key.
• The MUTE indicator lamp (LED next to MUTE key) will flash.
• The handset transmitter will be muted. You will still be able to hear
the other party, but they can’t hear you.
2.
To turn off Handset Mute, do one of the following:
-- press the MUTE key again;
-- press HOLD to place the call on hold;
-- replace the handset on-hook; or
-- press the flashing FF-key to answer another call.
• Note: This will drop the first call unless Key Bank Hold is
enabled (FF1 2# 1# 9#).
• The MUTE indicator lamp will stop flashing.
Notes
Headset Use. The Handset Mute feature also works if you are using a headset on
the phone to handle calls (#51 activates Headset mode).
Speakerphone Use. The MUTE key works the same as before (mutes the
microphone) when you are on speaker. The MUTE lamp lights steadily when the
microphone is muted, and flashes when the handset is muted.
Handsfree Answerback. The MUTE key enables or disables Handsfree
Answerback the same as before. (Handsfree Answerback allows you to answer
intercom calls on speaker, without picking up the handset. While the phone is idle,
press the MUTE key to toggle between Handsfree Answerback On and Off. When
the MUTE indicator lamp is unlit, Handsfree Answerback is ON. When the lamp
is lit, Handsfree Answerback is OFF.)
Offhook Monitoring. This feature and Handset Mute can both be ON
simultaneously, so that both the speaker and handset transmitters are muted (but
the speaker and handset receivers still operate). For more information about
Offhook Monitoring, see page 11 of these Release Notes.
Barge-Ins During Handset Mute. If another phone barges in on your call while
Handset Mute is ON, and you change to conference talk (but not by pressing
HOLD), Handset Mute will remain ON.
FF-Key/One-Touch Key Restriction. Handset Mute cannot be assigned to an
FF-key or a one-touch (soft) key.
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Off-Hook Monitoring
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
Off-Hook Monitoring lets you put a call on speaker while the handset is off-hook.
You can still communicate with the outside party via the handset, but you will also
be able to hear him on the phone’s speaker. He will only be able to hear what is
spoken through your handset, however - audio will not be transmitted through your
microphone.
Operation
1.
During a handset call, press the ON/OFF key.
• Another receiver path is established on the phone’s speaker -- you
can now hear the outside party on the speaker as well as in the
handset.
• Your phone’s microphone is muted so that the outside party hears
only what is spoken through your handset. (To mute handset
transmission, press MUTE.)
2.
To disable Off-Hook Monitor (“kill” the speaker but stay on the line
with the outside party through the handset), press ON/OFF again.
Separate Speaker Volumes for Internal vs. CO calls
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
You can now establish separate speaker volumes internal (intercom) and external
(CO) calls.
Operation
To adjust volume levels, press the VOLUME key (s or t) during the appropriate call
state.
Notes
Adjusting speaker volume will affect only the speaker (i.e., not the handset), and
vice-versa.
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Analog Adapter
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
The Analog Adapter (VB-44100) consists of a base adapter and PC board which is
installed on the underside of the phone. It is used to connect the 44-series
large-display phone to an analog device such as an SLT telephone, cordless phone,
FAX machine, or modem. This allows the same phone line to be used to alternate
between normal phone calls and analog communications. (To install, see the
instructions supplied with VB-44100).
Programming
to register the installation of the Analog Adapter on an extension...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# (0 or 1)#
Extension Port where
VB-44225 Large-Display
Phone is installed
0=Analog Adapter is not
installed on this extension.
1=Analog Adapter is
installed on this extension.
to implement data security measures (interrupt tones, overrides)
for the Analog Port...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 52# (0 or 1)#
Extension Port where
VB-44225 Large-Display
Phone is installed
0=Disable data security on the
Analog Adapter.
1=Enable data security on the
Analog Adapter.
NOTE: This address will affect only the Analog Adapter, not the
Large-Display phone itself.
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The first device to go off-hook will seize the line (off-hook is either lifting the
handset or pressing the ON/OFF key). If the analog device goes off-hook first, the
large-display phone will be unable to dial or go off-hook.
You can choose which device will ring by going off-hook at either the digital key
telephone or the analog device and dialing *71. The digital key telephone display
will reflect “Analog port RING” or “Key Tel RING”, depending on which device
is selected - the default is “Key Tel RING”.
You can still answer an incoming call from either device, regardless of which
device is ringing. For example, if the analog device is ringing, you can pick up the
call on the digital key telephone by going off-hook before the analog device does.
Similarly, if the digital key telephone is ringing or has not answered a voice call,
the analog device can pick up the call by going off-hook first.
You can program the *71 ring select command into an FF key. Pressing the key
toggles between “Analog Port RING” and “Key Tel RING”. When the analog port
is set to ring, the FF key LED lights red. When the key telephone is set to ring, the
LED is off.
Notes
Phone Restrictions
• The Analog Adapter will work on the large-display phone only (VB-44225).
• A dial-pulse SLT will not function on the analog port.
• Stutter Dial Tone (indicating Call-Forwarding mode, Do-Not-Disturb mode,
etc.) will not function on an SLT connected to the Analog Adapter.
• An analog phone connected to the Analog Adapter cannot program or access
speed dials.
Incoming Calls
• You cannot program both devices to ring simultaneously.
• The “*71” code will not work if the other device is in use.
• The “*71” code will not work if FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# is set to “0”.
• If set to “Analog port RING”, the large-display phone will work like an
SLT/OPX (no page announcements, no voice calls from other extensions, etc.).
• If the phone is in CF/DND (Call-Forward or Do Not Disturb), the phone will
remain in CF/DND even if the ringing device is changed via the *71 code.
• The incoming ring pattern for the analog device is the same as for the digital
key telephone (determined by the Extension Ring Pattern in FF3 (ExtPort)# 38#
(0-9)#). If this address is set to “0” (determined by CO), the analog device will
automatically default to “1 second ON, 3 seconds OFF.”
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Ring Patterns Not Applicable to Analog Device. The following ring pattern
addresses will not affect the analog device:
Transfer Ring Pattern
FF1 2# 1# 28# (0-6)#
SLT DISA Ring Pattern
FF1 2# 1# 30# (0 or 1)#
Inbound Ring Pattern
FF2 (Trunk)# 17# (0-9)#
Flash Interaction. Any disconnect signal sent to the analog port must be greater
than the SLT Flash Control; otherwise the disconnect signal will be interpreted as a
flash and the call will be placed on hold.
Programming Addresses That Affect the Analog Device. The following addresses
will control the analog device, but will not affect the digital key telephone:
SLT Disconnect Duration
FF1 2# 1# 31# (0-15)#
SLT Flash Control
FF1 2# 1# 11# (0 or 1)#
SLT Onhook Flash Timer
FF1 3# 12# (0-6)#
SLT Disconnect Signal
FF3 (ExtPort)# 45# (0 or 1)#
Analog Port on Large-Display Phone
FF3 (ExtPort)# 51# (0 or 1)#
Data Security on Analog Port
FF3 (ExtPort)# 52# (0 or 1)#
MSG (Message) Key
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
The MSG key on the VB-44225 Large-Display Phone adds the following
functionality to the phone:
• Auto-Callback. If a callback message has been left by another extension, you
can press the MSG key to place an automatic callback to the extension that sent
the message. If more than one callback message has been received, pressing the
MSG key will perform auto-callback in the order received.
• Auto-Answer Voice Message. You can press the MSG key to automatically
access your voice mailbox. The phone will dial your voice mailbox and send
access codes (if programmed) for retrieving new messages.
Programming
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Auto-Callback is always enabled for large display phones. Use the following to
enable the MSG key for Auto-Answer Voice Message.
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to enable the MSG key for Auto-Answer Voice Message...
FF3 (ExtPort)# 53# (0 or 1)#
Extension Port where
VB-44225 Large-Display
Phone is installed
Operation
0=Disable MSG key from returning
a “Message Waiting”.
1=Enable MSG key for returning
a “Message Waiting”.
To Program Voice Mailbox Access Codes into the MSG Key:
Press PROG MSG [16-digit number] HOLD
The display will reflect “Regist Data”.
To Confirm a Voice Mailbox Access Code Programmed into the
Message Key.
Press CONF MSG.
The programmed access code will be displayed.
Notes
Operation With Message Waiting Indicator. The Message Waiting Indicator on
the phone’s upper right corner will flash whenever a callback message or voice
message has been received.
Operation During Call States. The MSG key will work only when the phone is
idle, receiving dial tone, or in Directory Mode (via select key).
Operation If Phone Has Both a Callback Message from another Extension and
a Voice Message. Messages are accessed in a First In, First Out order. If the
callback message was received before the voice message, then pressing the MSG
key will activate Auto-Callback first. Likewise, if the voice message was received
before the callback message, pressing the MSG key will access your Voice
Mailbox.
Interaction with Tone-Calling Mode. If an Auto-Callback is placed to a phone
that is in tone-calling mode (i.e., not voice-calling), that phone must answer or the
message canceled before another message can be accessed.
FF-Key Restriction. These MSG features cannot be assigned to an FF-key.
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Appendix A
Reprogramming the MSG key if Extension Number Digits is changed. If the
DBS is reprogrammed to use a different extension numbering plan (i.e., changed
from 2-digit to 3-digit extensions, 3-digit to 4-digit extensions, etc.), the Voice
Mailbox Access Code must be reprogrammed into the MSG key.
DSS/72 Console - Key Arrangement
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
The keys on the DSS/72 Console (VB-44320) are arranged differently from the
VB-43320 model. The DSS console has 6 columns x 12 rows of keys (not 8
columns x 9 rows as in the previous version). This affects the following:
• Name and Message Assignments (FF6 addresses). The alphabetical
arrangement of the keys is different.
• FF-Keys. The FF-keys on the DSS/72 console are numbered left-to-right,
bottom row first.
• DSS #1 Defaults. The default extension number assignments on DSS #1 are
different.
The arrangement for the DSS keys is shown in Figures 4 & 5.
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Appendix A
2.0 Features Update
Figure 4. DSS/72 Console (VB-44320) keys
DSS/72 Key Layout(alphabetical)
P a n a so n ic
DSS/72 Key Layout(FF-key num bering)
P a n a so n ic
A
B
C
D
E
F
FF67 FF68 FF69 FF70 FF71 FF72
G
H
I
J
K
L
FF61 FF62 FF63 FF64 FF65 FF66
M
N
O
P
Q
R
FF55 FF56 FF57 FF58 FF59 FF60
S
T
U
V
W
X
FF49 FF50 FF51 FF52 FF53 FF54
Y
Z
$
%
?
'
FF43 FF44 FF45 FF46 FF47 FF48
a
b
c
d
e
f
FF37 FF38 FF39 FF40 FF41 FF42
g
h
i
j
k
l
FF31 FF32 FF33 FF34 FF35 FF36
m
n
o
p
q
r
FF25 FF26 FF27 FF28 FF29 FF30
s
t
u
v
w
x
FF19 FF20 FF21 FF22 FF23 FF24
y
z
;
*
#
=
FF13 FF14 FF15 FF16 FF17 FF18
_
,
:
/
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FF7
FF8
FF9
FF10 FF11 FF12
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FF1
FF2
FF3
FF4
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FF5
FF6
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Appendix A
Figure 5. DSS/72 #1 Default Extension Numbers
P a na so nic
Day
Park 4 Park 5
Park 6 Park 7 Park 8 Park 9
Page 6 Page 7 Park 0
Park 1 Park 2
Park 3
Page 0 Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4
Page 5
118
119
120
121
122
123
112
113
114
115
116
117
106
107
108
109
110
111
100
101
102
103
104
105
Answer
Programming
Night1 Night2
Release
The DSS/72 console (DSS #1 ... DSS #4) is assigned to its extension number in the
same manner as before:
Terminal Type:
FF3 (ExtPort)# 2# (11-14)#
where...
• 11 is the first DSS console for the first attendant
• 12 is the second DSS console for the first attendant
• 13 is the first DSS console for the second attendant
• 14 is the second DSS console for the second attendant
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Appendix A
2.0 Features Update
The DSS/72 console’s FF-keys are assigned feature codes in the same manner as
before (the only difference is the numbering arrangement of FF-keys 1-72):
FF Key Assignments:
FF5 (DSSPort)# CONF (1-72)# (Code)#
The Name and Message Assignment addresses work the same way as before on
the DSS/72 console (the only difference is the placement of the keys when entering
the characters of the text):
Extension Name: FF6
SSD Name:
FF6
PSD Name:
FF6
Absence Message:FF6
Trunk Name:
FF6
Hunt Group Name: FF6
CW/OHVA Reply: FF6
1#
2#
3#
4#
5#
6#
7#
(ExtPort)# CONF (10 char.)#
(SSD)# CONF (16 char.)#
(ExtPort)# (PSD)# CONF (16 char.)#
(5-9)# CONF (15 char.)#
(Trunk)# CONF (6 char.)#
(HuntGrp)# CONF (10 char.)#
(1-5)# CONF (15 char.)#
Note: If you use the 44-Series DSS/72 for Name and Message assignment, you
should use the 44-Series phone for the attendant.
Operation
Revised April 2000
The 44-Series DSS/72 operates the same as previous models.
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EM/24 - Key Arrangement
44-Series phones only
CPC-S/M Version 2.0 and higher
Description
The keys on the EM/24 unit (VB-44310) are arranged differently from the
VB-43310 model. The EM/24 unit has 2 columns x 12 rows of keys (not 3
columns x 8 rows as in the previous version). This affects the following:
• FF-Keys. The FF-keys on the EM/24 are numbered bottom-to-top, left column
first.
The arrangement for the EM/24 keys is shown in Figure 6.
Figure 6. EM/24 Unit (VB-44310) keys
A-20
FF12
FF24
FF11
FF23
FF10
FF22
FF9
FF21
FF8
FF20
FF7
FF19
FF6
FF18
FF5
FF17
FF4
FF16
FF3
FF15
FF2
FF14
FF1
FF13
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Appendix A
Programming
2.0 Features Update
The terminal type for the EM/24 is specified in the same manner as before:
Terminal Type: FF3 (EM/24 ExtPort)# 2# (1-48)#
The EM/24 unit is linked to its extension phone in the same manner as before:
EM/24 Port Assignment: FF3 (EM/24 ExtPort)# 3# (phone ExtPort)#
The EM/24’s FF-keys are assigned feature codes in the same manner as before (the
only difference is the numbering arrangement of FF-keys 1-24):
FF Key Assignments:
Operation
Revised April 2000
FF5 (ExtPort)# (1-24)# CONF (Code)#
The 44-Series EM/24 operates the same as previous models.
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Appendix A
Modification to Toll Restriction Service
Description
The program address for TRS Operator Access (FF7 1# 18#...) has been modified
to allow an extension to dial “0+NXX” phone numbers, even if “0-only” dialing is
denied.
Programming
FF7: 1# 18#...
Notes:
For additional information on programming modifications to Toll Restriction
Service, please see Appendix C in Section 400, Programming.
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2.0 Features Update
Key Telephone Installation Notes
Desi Strip Cover
The 44-Series Key Telephones are shipped with a thin green protective film over the Desi strip cover.
Be sure to remove this film from both sides of the Desi cover before placing the phone in service.
Key Telephone Wall Mounting Instructions
The following procedures apply to 44-Series Key Telephones only. Please be sure to follow these
procedures exactly. Removing the desk stand incorrectly can result in damage to the telephone
and/or desk stand.
1. Place the telephone face down on a flat surface.
2. Grasp the top of the desk stand (at the >ABS< label) and pull up the end to 90° vertical (refer to
Step 2 in Figure 7). The stand will click as it releases from the plastic securing latches.
3. Lift the desk stand as shown in Step 3 of Figure 7.
Figure 7. Desk Stand Removal.
Step 3
Step 2
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Appendix A
4. Rotate the desk stand 180°. In this position it doubles as a wall mount bracket.
5. Insert the wall mount bracket into the mounting guides as shown in Figure 8.
6. Slide the wall mount bracket onto the telephone.
Figure 8. Inserting the wall mount bracket (rotated desk stand)
Step 6
Step 5
7. While viewing the front of the telephone, find the handset guide located just below the
hookswitch (see Figure 8).
8. Slide the handset guide out, rotate 180° so that the holding clip is exposed, and reinsert.
Figure 9.
A-24
Handset guide insertion for wall mounting, key telephone
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Revised April 2000
2.0 Features Update
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
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Appendix A
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
Revised April 2000
Appendix B: 3.0 Feature Update
Thoroughly review this appendix when using the DBS 824 to make sure you understand the
enhancements provided with this software release.
The following enhancements are included with CPC S/M Version 3.0:
• Support is added for the PanaVOICE Digital Voice Mail system (CPC-M only).
All installation and programming procedures for the PanaVOICE Digital Voice
Mail system are covered in the documentation supplied with the PanaVOICE
Digital Voice Mail system.
• The VAU port assignment program (FF3 (ExtPort)# 46#) can now be used to
configure digital ports connected to the PanaVOICE Digital Voice Mail (CPC-M
only).
• A Digital Key Telephone user can now dial *73 to enable or disable the use of the
Off-Hook Monitor feature. When the user dials *73 the first time, the display
reads Monitor OFF and the Off-Hook Monitor feature cannot be used. When the
user dials *73 a second time, the display reads Monitor ON and the Off-Hook
Monitor can be used.
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3.0 Features Update
B-2
Appendix B
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
Revised April 2000
Appendix C: 3.1 Feature Update
CAUTION: When using the “Call Record” feature in some states it is illegal to record
telephone communications without the consent of all parties. In other states, it is illegal
to record without the consent of one party. These laws do not make the Call Record
feature on a telephone system illegal. Before activating this feature, please check
applicable state and federal laws.
CPC-M Version 3.1 adds support for the “Call Record” feature available with PanaVOICE™ Voice
Mail systems. In addition, several quality improvements are incorporated in Version 3.1.
Thoroughly review this appendix when using the DBS 824 to make sure you understand the
enhancements provided with this software release.
Call Record
Requires PanaVOICE equipped with Software Version 2.1 (Q32136) or later.
Description
The call record feature allows a user to record a trunk conversation at the press of
preassigned Call Record FF key. The conversation is saved to the user’s voice
mail box.
Operation
To record a trunk call:
To record a trunk call, press the Call Record key. The LED flashes while the
connection to the Voice Mail recording port is being established. This may take
a few seconds. When recording begins, the LED lights solid, “Recording”
appears on the display, and the audio message “Recording” is heard by both
parties.
If call record cannot be established (no voice mail port available, no conference
circuit available, etc.), the LED extinguishes and a double splash tone is emits.
Recording continues until you hang up, you press the Call Record key again, or
PanaVOICE stops recording due to a PanaVOICE time-out, lack of space, etc.
In the event PanaVOICE stops recording during a conversation, a beep tone is
emitted, the LED extinguishes and “Recording” disappears from the display.
If the outside party hangs up first, you may continue recording call follow-up
information.
To retrieve a records:
Once the call recording is complete, the recording is stored in your voice mail
box as a new voice mail message.
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3.1 Features Update
Appendix C
PanaVOICE treats the recording message just as it would any other new
message (lights the message waiting LED, displays MSG on your telephone,
provides off site message notification, etc.).
Retrieve the call recording just as you would any other new voice mail
message. (If you are unclear on how to retrieve messages, contact your
PanaVOICE system administrator.)
Notes
C-2
• Recording a call requires a conference circuit. If no conference circuit is
available, PanaVOICE cannot record the conversation. Systems equipped with
CPC-M provides 3 conference circuits.
• Since a conference circuit is used, when the call being recorded is placed on
hold the other party will continue to be recorded and will not hear
music-on-hold.
• The call record feature is not designed to support multiple-party conversations.
Once recording a call, do not attempt to add other parties. If you need to
conference in additional parties, first stop the recording by pressing the Call
Record key and then initiate the conference. If you are in a multiple party
conversation, do not attempt to record the conversation.
• Calls that are in call record mode cannot be transferred. First, stop the recording
by pressing the Call Record key, then transfer the call.
• Call recording may be stopped and restarted multiple times in a conversation by
pressing the Call Record key. However, every time call recording is stopped,
the recording is saved as a separate message.
• When the system is in the process of establishing a call recording connection,
barge-in cannot be performed. However, once recording begins, a barge-in is
possible but not recommended. If a barge-in does occur, when the party that
barges-in disconnects call recording may be automatically terminated.
• Extension (intercom) calls cannot be recorded. The other party must be a trunk
call (including network trunk calls).
• A trunk call must be in progress for the call to be recorded. You cannot initiate
a call record before connection is made.
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Section 700 - Operation
Index
Index
Numerics
44-Series Telephone A-1
A
Absence message
attendant control 2-6
DSLT 4-3
key telephone 3-3
SLT 5-3
Account codes
verified 1-4
Alarm
DSLT 4-30
key telephone 3-72
Alternate attendant 2-3
Answer supervision for voice mail 1-6
Attendant features 2-1
absence message control 2-6
alternate attendant 2-3
assignment of speed dialing 2-3
busy override 2-4
call park 2-5
dial "0" for attendant 3-34, 4-21, 5-21
dial tone disable 2-10
DND control 2-6
DSS/72 2-11
feature package 2-9
groups of attendants 2-9
headset operation 2-13
one-touch voice mail transfer 2-14
station lockout code assignment 2-17
system time and date control 2-18
text assignment 2-7
traffic measurement 2-20
walking class of service confirmation 2-22
Auto
day mode 1-7
set relocation 1-8
Auto Redial 3-6
Auto-Repeat Dial 3-7
B
Background music 1-10
Barge into busy line 5-6
Battery backup 1-12
Revised April 2000
Blind transfer
DSLT 4-14
key telephone 3-21
SLT 5-14
Busy override
attendant 2-4
DSLT 4-5
SLT 5-6
C
Call
coverage groups 3-8
duration display 3-10
forward ID code for voice mail 1-12
forwarding
attendant control 2-6
DSLT 4-6
key telephone 3-10
SLT 5-7
hold
DSLT 4-9
key telephone 3-14
SLT 5-10
park
attendant 2-5
DSLT 4-10
key telephone 3-17
SLT 5-11
pickup
direct 3-19, 5-12
DSLT 4-12
group 5-13
key telephone 3-19, 3-20
SLT 5-12
transfer
DSLT 4-14
key telephone 3-21
SLT 5-14
waiting
DSLT 4-16
key telephone 3-25
SLT 5-17
Call waiting/OHVA text reply 3-28
Callback request
DSLT 4-26
key telephone 3-55
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Camp-on
DSLT 4-18
key telephone 3-29
SLT 5-19
Centrex/PBX compatibility 1-13
Class of service, station 1-33
CO line key trunk access 3-30
Conference calls
DSLT 4-20
key telephone 3-31
SLT 5-20
Coverage groups 3-8
D
Date, system 2-18
Day mode, auto 1-7
Delayed ringing
key telephone 3-33
Dial
Auto-Repeat 3-7
Dial "0" for attendant
DSLT 4-21
key telephone 3-34
SLT 5-21
Dial tone disable 2-10
Dialing, onhook 4-29
Digital single line telephone
see "DSLT features" 4-1
Digital telephone features
see "Key telephone features" 3-1
Direct 1-14
Direct call pickup
DSLT 4-12
key telephone 3-19
SLT 5-12
Direct inward system access
see "DISA" 1-14
Direct line appearances 3-47, 3-49
Direct trunk access
DSLT 4-21
key telephone 1-17
SLT 5-22
DISA 1-14
Distinctive ringing 1-17
Distributed hunting 1-34
DND
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attendant control 2-6
DSLT 4-22
key telephone 3-35
SLT 5-23
Do-not-disturb
see "DND" 4-22
Door box 1-18
DP 1-20
DP to DTMF signal conversion 1-20
DP/DTMF stations 1-20
DSLT features 4-1
absence message 4-3
blind transfer 4-14
busy override 4-5
call forwarding 4-6
call hold 4-9
call park 4-10
call pickup 4-12
call transfer 4-14
call waiting 4-16
camp-on 4-18
conference calls 4-20
dial "0" for attendant 4-21
direct call pickup 4-12
direct trunk access 4-21
DND 4-22
group call pickup 4-13
illustration 4-3
intercom calling 4-23
last number redial 4-24
meet-me answer 4-25
message waiting/callback request 4-26
OHVA 4-27
onhook dialing 4-29
personal speed dialing 4-32
pooled trunk access 4-29
reminder call 4-30
saved number redial 4-31
screened transfer 4-15
speed dialing 4-32
system speed dial 4-33
DSS/72 2-11
DSS/BLF line appearances 3-47, 3-48
DTMF to DP signal conversion 1-20
DTMF/DP stations 1-20
Duration display 3-10
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Section 700 - Operation
Index
E
EM/24 console 3-36
Exclusive hold 3-14
Extension relocation 1-8
F
FF key extender 3-36
FF keys
see "Key telephone features" 3-37
Figure 1-2 1-37
Flexible function keys
see "FF keys" 3-37
Forwarding
DSLT 4-6
key telephone 3-10
SLT 5-7
G
Group call pickup
DSLT 4-13
key telephone 3-20
SLT 5-13
H
Handsfree
answerback 3-42
operation 3-43
Headset operation
attendant 2-13
key telephone 3-43
Hold
DSLT 4-9
exclusive 3-14
key telephone 3-14
SLT 5-10
system 3-15
Hunt Groups
longest idle 1-34
Hunt groups
all versions 1-34
distributed 1-34
longest idle 1-34
terminal 1-34
Hunting priority for VAUs 1-21
I
Independent timers
Revised April 2000
call forwarding-no answer 1-22
CO delayed ring 1-22
extension delayed ring 1-22
hunt group-no answer 1-22
Intercom calling
DSLT 4-23
key telephone 3-43
SLT 5-24
K
Key telephone features 3-1
absence message 3-3
blind transfer 3-21
call coverage groups 3-8
call duration display 3-10
call forwarding 3-10
call hold 3-14
call park 3-17
call pickup 3-19
call transfer 3-21
call waiting 3-25
call waiting/OHVA text reply 3-28
camp-on 3-29
CO line key trunk access 3-30
conference calls 3-31
delayed ringing 3-33
dial "0" for attendant 3-34
direct call pickup 3-19
direct line appearances 3-49
direct trunk access 1-17
DND 3-35
DSS/BLF appearances 3-48
EM/24 console 3-36
exclusive hold 3-14
FF keys 3-37
group call pickup 3-20
handsfree answerback 3-42
handsfree operation 3-43
headset operation 3-43
illustration 3-3
intercom calling 3-43
last number redial 3-46
line appearances 3-47
meet-me answer 3-54
message waiting/callback request 3-55
ML/MCO separation 3-54
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Section 700 - Operation
multi-CO (MCO) appearances 3-51
multi-line (ML) appearances 3-53
non-appearing outside lines 3-58
offhook signaling 3-59
OHVA 3-60
one-touch keys 3-62
one-touch voice mail access 3-65
onhook dialing 3-67
personal speed dialing 3-75
pooled trunk access 3-68
prime line preference 3-70
private line 3-71
reminder call 3-72
ringing line preference 3-73
saved number redial 3-74
screened transfer 3-23
speed dial linking 3-80
speed dialing 3-75
station lockout 3-81
system hold 3-15
system speed dialing 3-78
trunk-to-trunk transfer 3-82
remote programming mode 1-31
Meet-me answer
DSLT 4-25
key telephone 3-54
SLT 5-26
Message waiting/callback request
DSLT 4-26
key telephone 3-55
SLT 5-27
ML/MCO separation 3-54
Multi-CO (MCO) appearances 3-47, 3-51
Multi-line (ML) appearances 3-47, 3-53
Music
background 1-10
on hold 1-24
N
Naming trunks 1-41
Night
mode 1-25
service 1-25
Non-appearing outside lines 3-58
L
Last number redial
DSLT 4-24
key telephone 3-46
SLT 5-25
LCR 1-23
Least cost routing
see "LCR" 1-23
Line appearances
direct 3-49
direct line 3-47
DSS/BLF 3-47
key telephone 3-47
multi-CO 3-47
multi-CO (MCO) 3-51
multi-line (ML) 3-47, 3-53
non-appearing outside line 3-58
List of features xi
Lockout for extension 3-81
Longest idle hunting 1-34
O
Offhook signaling 3-59
Offhook voice announce
see "OHVA" 5-28
Off-premises extension adaptor
see "OPX adaptor" 1-27
OHVA
DSLT 4-27
key telephone 3-60
SLT 5-28
OHVA/call waiting text reply 3-28
One-touch
keys 3-62
voice mail access 3-65
voice mail transfer 2-14
Onhook dialing
DSLT 4-29
key telephone 3-67
OPX adaptor 1-27
Override busy line 5-6
M
Maintenance
remote 1-31
P
Paging 1-28
meet-me answer 3-54, 4-25, 5-26
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Section 700 - Operation
PanaVOICE Digital Voice Mail B-1
Park
attendant 2-5
DSLT 4-10
key telephone 3-17
SLT 5-11
PBX/centrex compatibility 1-13
Personal speed dialing
DSLT 4-32
key telephone 3-75
SLT 5-30
Pickup
direct 3-19, 5-12
DSLT 4-12
group 5-13
key telephone 3-19, 3-20
SLT 5-12
Pooled trunk access
DSLT 4-29
key telephone 3-68
SLT 5-29
Port assignment, VAU 1-45
Power failure
transfer 1-29
unit 1-29
Prime line preference 3-70
Private line 3-71
R
Redial
Auto 3-6
DSLT 4-24
key telephone 3-46
saved number 3-74, 4-31
SLT 5-25
Relocating extensions 1-8
Reminder call
DSLT 4-30
key telephone 3-72
Remote
maintenance 1-31
programming mode 1-31
Ringing
delayed 3-33
distinctive 1-17
line preference 3-73
Revised April 2000
Index
S
Saved number redial
DSLT 4-31
key telephone 3-74
Screened transfer
DSLT 4-15
key telephone 3-23
SLT 5-15
Signal conversion, DP to DTMF 1-20
Single line telephone
see "SLT features" 5-1
SLT features 5-1
absence message 5-3
blind transfer 5-14
busy override 5-6
call forwarding 5-7
call hold 5-10
call park 5-11
call pickup 5-12
call transfer 5-14
call waiting 5-17
camp-on 5-19
conference calls 5-20
dial "0" for attendant 5-21
direct call pickup 5-12
direct trunk access 5-22
DND 5-23
group call pickup 5-13
intercom calling 5-24
last number redial 5-25
meet-me answer 5-26
message waiting/callback request 5-27
OHVA 5-28
personal speed dialing 5-30
pooled trunk access 5-29
screened transfer 5-15
speed dialing 5-30
system speed dialing 5-31
SMDR 1-37
Speed dialing
attendant assignment of 2-3
DSLT 4-32
key telephone 3-75
linking numbers 3-80
personal 3-75, 5-30
SLT 5-30
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Section 700 - Operation
system 3-78, 5-31
Station 1-33
Station class of service 1-33
Station hunting
all versions 1-34
distributed 1-34
longest idle 1-34
Station lockout 3-81
code assignment 2-17, 3-81
Station message detail recording
see "SMDR" 1-37
System
hold 3-15
speed dialing
DSLT 4-33
key telephone 3-78
SLT 5-31
time and date control 2-18
System features 1-1
account codes 1-3
answer supervision for voice mail 1-6
auto day mode 1-7
auto set relocation 1-8
background music 1-10
battery backup 1-12
call forward ID code for voice mail 1-12
centrex/PBX compatibility 1-13
DISA 1-14
distinctive ringing 1-17
distributed hunting 1-34
door box 1-18
DP to DTMF signal conversion 1-20
DP/DTMF stations 1-20
hunting priority for VAUs 1-21
independent timers 1-22
LCR 1-23
longest idle hunting 1-34
music-on-hold 1-24
night service 1-25
OPX adaptor 1-27
paging 1-28
power failure transfer 1-29
remote maintenance 1-31
remote programming mode 1-31
SMDR 1-37
station class of service 1-33
I-6
station hunting (all versions) 1-34
toll restriction 1-38
trunk groups 1-40
trunk name assignment 1-41
trunk queuing 1-42
universal night answer 1-43
VAU 1-45
VAU port assignment 1-45
verified account codes 1-4
voice mail ringing 1-44
walking TRS class of service 1-46
T
Text assignment, attendant control 2-7
Time, system 2-18
Toll 1-38
Toll restriction 1-38
walking class of service 1-46
Traffic measurement 2-20
Transfer
blind 3-21, 4-14, 5-14
DSLT 4-14
key telephone 3-21
screened 3-23, 4-15, 5-15
SLT 5-14
trunk-to-trunk 3-82
Trunk
access
CO line key 3-30
direct 1-17, 4-21, 5-22
pooled 3-68, 4-29, 5-29
groups 1-40
name assignment 1-41
queuing 1-42
Trunk-to-trunk transfer 3-82
U
UNA 1-43
Universal night answer 1-43
V
VAU 1-45
hunting priority 1-21
port assignment 1-45
VB-44225 A-1
Verified account codes 1-4
Voice announce unit
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
Revised April 2000
Section 700 - Operation
Index
see "VAU" 1-45
Voice Mail B-1
Voice mail
answer supervision 1-6
call forward ID 1-12
ringing 1-44
W
Walking
COS confirmation 2-22
TRS class of service 1-46
Revised April 2000
DBS 824-3.0/3.2-700
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