Nortel NorStar M7310 User manual

Nortel NorStar M7310 User manual
Enterprise Edge
M7310
User Card
© 1999 Nortel Networks
P0908513 Issue 01
Your Enterprise Edge M7310 Telephone
Shift button
For using the top function of a dual-memory button.
Display
shows the time, date, call information, and guides you.
The lower line of the display is reserved for display button instructions.
Dual-memory buttons
store any two features and/or autodial numbers.
Display buttons
Feature button
starts or ends a feature.
Release button
cancels active calls.
Hold button
Dial pad
Memory and line buttons
are buttons with indicators for one
touch dialing, feature operation
or line access.
Volume control
Indicators
appear beside lines and features.
Using display
buttons
Three display buttons appear directly below
the display. When they are active, these
buttons are labelled in capital letters on the
bottom line of the display. In Enterprise Edge
documents, display buttons are shown as
underlined, capital letters: for example, OK.
Show line:_
COPY
Display message
OK
Display button message
Display button
Using Button
Inquiry
Check what is programmed on your memory buttons.
1. Release all calls or lines with dial tone.
2. Press ƒ•‚.
3. Press the button(s) that you want to check and read the display.
4. Press ƒ when finished.
Adjusting display
contrast
1. Press ƒ•‡.
2. Press UP or DOWN for the level you want.
3. Press OK when finished.
Selecting a ring
type and volume
level
1. Press ĥfl.
2. Press ⁄, ¤, ‹, ›, or˚ NEXT to hear the different ring types.
3. While the telephone is ringing, press √ to adjust the
volume level.
4. Press OK˚ to store the volume level and ring.
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Making and answering calls
Answering calls
Answering calls using the handset
When your telephone rings, or º flashes beside an Intercom or line button:
1. Lift the handset.
OR
Press the button beside the flashing º before lifting the handset.
Answering calls using Handsfree
When your telephone rings, or º flashes beside an Intercom or line button:
1. Press ©.
Making calls
Depending upon the dialing mode programmed on your telephone, you may
have to lift the handset before making a call.
¬
External calls using numbered line buttons
1. If you do not have an external Prime line, press a line button.
2. Dial your call.
∆
External calls using Intercom buttons
1. Lift the handset.
2. If º appears beside an Intercom button, enter a line pool access code.
OR
Press an Intercom button without º, then enter a line pool access code.
3. When you hear external dial tone, dial your call.
Internal calls using Intercom buttons
1. If you do not have an internal Prime line, press ∆.
2. Dial your call.
Note: Line pool access codes and extension numbers are supplied by
your System Administrator.
Making calls using Handsfree
1. Press © instead of lifting the handset.
˙
Holding Calls
1. Press ˙. The º flashes beside the line on hold.
2. Press the line button with the flashing º to return to the call.
Automatic hold
Calls are put on hold automatically when you switch from one line to another.
Exclusive hold
Use Exclusive Hold (ƒ˙) to keep a call on hold so that it
can be retrieved only at your telephone.
©
System Administrator can program Handsfree for your telephone.
Switching between Handsfree and handset
1. Press © and replace the handset to switch to Handsfree.
2. Pick up the handset to switch back.
Using Mute
1. Press ©microphone OFF.
2. Press © again to turn the microphone ON.
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Programming memory buttons
About memory buttons
Memory buttons store telephone
numbers or feature codes to give
you one-touch dialling or
feature activation.
To use the top function, press
the shift button, then press the
dual-memory button.
There are two types of memory
buttons: single-memory and
dual-memory.
Dual-memory buttons:
To use the bottom function,
press the dual-memory button.
Single-memory buttons:
Single-memory buttons are the
buttons with indicators other
than line or Handsfree buttons.
Remember: Press ƒ•‚ to check a memory or line button.
Programming
memory buttons
Internal Autodial
External Autodial
1. If you are on a call or an open line 1. If you are on a call or an open line with
dial tone, press
with dial tone, press
˙ or ®
˙ or ®
.
2. Press ƒ•¤.
2. Press ƒ•⁄.
3. Press a memory button.
3. Press a memory button.
4. Dial the external number.
4. Dial the station number.
5. Press OK to store the number. 5. Label your new button.
6. Label your new button.
Erasing memory buttons
Features
1. If you are on a call or an open line 1. If you are on a call or an open line with
dial tone, press
with dial tone, press
˙ or ®.
˙ or ®.
2. Press ƒ•‹.
2. Press ƒ•⁄.
3. Press a memory button.
3. Press the memory button you want to
4. Press ƒ and the
erase.
feature code.
4. Press OK to erase the button.
5. Label your new button.
Notice
These telephones now conform to the latest standards in relation to the
positioning of Q and Z on the number keys. The Q appears on key number 7
and the Z appears on key number 9.
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Setting up the telephone
Connecting the cords
ATTENTION Before attempting to
carry out any work on the telephone,
ensure that the line cord is unplugged
from the wall socket.
To remove any of the cords, squeeze
the release latch on the plug and gently
pull the plug from the socket.
Connect the handset cord to the jack
labelled with the telephone icon and
route the cord as shown.
Connect to jack
from distribution block
Connect to receiver
If you are using a headset, route the
cord along the channel in the base and
connect the cord to the telephone jack
that is marked with the headset icon.
Route the line cord through the stand
and connect the cord to the telephone
jack that is marked with the jack icon.
Attach the stand using either pair of
slots; to raise the back of the telephone
to its highest position, use these slots.
Once the above work is complete, plug
the line cord back into its wall socket.
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Setting up the telephone
Mounting the
telephone on
the wall
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