Panasonic KX-TD308 Feature Guide

Panasonic KX-TD308 Feature Guide
Panasonic Telephone Systems
Panasonic KX-TD308
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Phone: 877-289-2829
Panasonic KX-TD308, KXTD308, TD308, T7420, T7425, T7431, T7433, T7436, T7220, T7230, T7235, T7250, T7130, T7020, T7030, T7050, T7055
Paging — SUMMARY
Allows you to make a voice announcement to several people at the same time. Your
message is announced over the built-in speakers of proprietary telephones (PT) and/or
external speakers. The paged person can answer your page from a nearby telephone.
There are three types of paging as shown below. You can select the appropriate type
according to your needs.
Type
Description
Paging — All
Paging through both the built-in speakers and external
pager.
Paging — External
Paging to an external pager.
Paging to all groups (all extensions) simultaneously.
Paging — Group
Paging to a particular group of extensions using the
built-in speakers.
Conditions
• To answer the page, refer to “Paging — ANSWER”.
• The paged extension users hear a confirmation tone before the voice announcement.
• A confirmation tone from external pagers (External Pager Confirmation Tone) is audible
at the paged side, before the voice announcement. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
• A confirmation tone is audible before making the voice announcement. Eliminating the
tone is programmable.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute “Paging”
feature using the display operation.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[602] Extension Group Assignment — (Used for “Paging — Group” only.)
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
Paging — ANSWER
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Paging — All
Allows you to make a voice announcement to all extensions. Your message is announced
over the built-in speakers of the proprietary telephones (PT) and external pagers.
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
3
3
2. Dial the feature number (33) and .
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The display shows:
All Call Page
3
3. Make the announcement.
4
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4. Wait for an answer and talk.
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Paging — External
Allows you to make a voice announcement over an external pager.
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
3
2
3
2. Dial the feature number (32).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The display shows:
Extrnl Page
3. Make the announcement.
4
4. Wait for an answer and talk.
Conditions
• If the designated pager is in use, a busy tone is heard.
• The paging priorities are as follows:
1) TAFAS (Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station)
2) Paging — External
3) Background Music (BGM) — External
If a higher priority feature is requested when a lower priority feature is active, the
higher priority overrides the lower one.
Feature References
Background Music (BGM) — External (4.3/Operator Service Features)
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
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Paging — Group
Allows you to select an extension group and make a voice announcement. You can select
a maximum of eight extension groups simultaneously. The announcement can only be
heard through the extensions’ built-in speakers.
To access all groups simultaneously
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2
2. Dial the feature number (33) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The display shows:
Group Page All
3
3
0
3
3. Make the announcement.
4
4. Wait for an answer and talk.
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To access a particular group of extensions
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (33).
2
3
3
3
extension group number
4
5
3. Dial the extension group number (1 through 8).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The display shows:
Group Page X
Paged group number
(1 through 8)
4. Make the announcement.
5. Wait for an answer and talk.
Conditions
• There is a maximum of eight extension groups. “Paging — Group” to different groups
can be performed simultaneously.
• Do Not Disturb (DND) works with the “Paging — Group” feature.
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Paging — ANSWER
Allows you to answer an announced page at any extension within the system.
Answering a page sent to a built-in speaker
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
4
3
2. Dial the feature number (43).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can start talking.
Answering a page sent to a particular external pager
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
2
4
2. Dial the feature number (42).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can start talking.
Conditions
• Only extensions within the paged group can answer “Paging — Group”.
• A confirmation tone is audible when the page is answered. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can answer the
“Paging” feature using the display operation.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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Paging and Transfer
You can transfer a call using the paging function (Paging — All, Paging — External, or
Paging — Group).
Using Paging — All
1
TRANSFER
2
3
During a conversation;
1. Press the TRANSFER button.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
3
3
2. Dial the feature number (33) and .
• The feature number can be one for either group or external
paging.
4
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
5
4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
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Using Paging — External: to an external pager
During a conversation;
1. Press the TRANSFER button.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
TRANSFER
2
3
2
2. Dial the feature number (32).
3
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
4
4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
Using Paging — Group: to all extension groups
During a conversation;
1. Press the TRANSFER button.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
TRANSFER
2
3
3
0
2. Dial the feature number (33) and 0.
3
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
4
4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
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Using Paging — Group: to a particular extension group
During a conversation;
1. Press the TRANSFER button.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
TRANSFER
2
3
3
2. Dial the feature number (33).
3
3. Dial a paging group number (1 through 8).
paging group number
4
4. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
5
5. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
6
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start conversation.
Conditions
• A confirmation tone is audible before making the voice announcement. Eliminating the
tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
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Paralleled Telephone Connection
A proprietary telephone (PT) can be connected in parallel with a standard telephone.
This feature allows you to set whether the paralleled standard telephone will ring or not,
when an incoming call is received.
To ring or not to ring a paralleled standard telephone
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (39).
2
3
9
3
1
or
0
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to ring
- 0 : not to ring
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Parallel On
— (when set to ring)
or
Parallel Off
— (when not set to ring)
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Conditions
• The default is “Parallel Off (No ring)”.
• The PT can be used to perform normal operations whether or not the standard telephone
is set to ring.
• When receiving a call:
— If standard telephone is set to ring, then both the PT and the standard telephone will
ring except when the PT is in “Handsfree Answerback” mode or Voice-Calling
mode with the “Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice” feature.
— If standard telephone is not set to ring, then only the PT rings. However, the
standard telephone can answer the call.
• When the standard telephone is in use, the display and the indicators of the PT will
work in the same way as if the PT is in use.
• If you go off-hook while your paralleled telephone is in use, the call will switch over to
your telephone, and vice versa.
• The “XDP*” feature is available.
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• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this
feature using a display operation.
Feature References
Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice
EXtra Device Port (XDP) (→ see Installation Manual)
Handsfree Answerback
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
* XDP (eXtra Device Port) expands the number of telephones available in the system by allowing an
extension port to contain two telephones. For more details, please consult with your dealer.
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Phantom Extension
Allows you to call extensions associated with a Phantom extension. The call is sent to
extensions that have the corresponding Phantom Extension button. The lighting patterns
of the Phantom Extension button and status are as follows.
Off : Idle
Red : You are calling a phantom extension.
Flashing green rapidly : Incoming call
To call a phantom extension
While the Phantom Extension button indicator light is off;
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Phantom
Extension button.
• You may dial the phantom extension number instead.
• The Phantom Extension indicator light turns red (steady).
1
To transfer a call to a phantom extension
During a conversation with an outside party;
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Phantom
Extension button.
• You may dial the phantom extension number instead.
1
To answer a phantom extension call
While the Phantom Extension button indicator light is flashing green;
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Phantom
Extension button.
1
Conditions
• A phantom number must be assigned by System Programming before assigning the
Phantom Extension button by Station Programming or System Programming.
• A flexible CO button can be assigned as the Phantom Extension button.
• If several extensions have the same phantom extension number, they will ring
simultaneously.
• A maximum of 16 phantom numbers can be assigned.
• The phantom number cannot be used for feature settings such as “Call Forwarding”.
Programming References
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• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — Phantom Extension Button
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[005] Flexible CO Button Assignment
[124] Phantom Extension Number Assignment
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Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Allows you to make an outgoing call by just going off-hook.
Storing the phone number
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2
2. Dial the feature number (74) and 2.
4
7
2
3
phone number and #
4
3. Dial the phone number and #.
• You must dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83) as
the leading digit when storing the phone number of an
outside party.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (74).
2
4
7
3
1
4
or
0
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
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Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
• Wait for an answer and talk.
1
Conditions
• This feature does not work if you answer an incoming call or retrieve a call on hold.
• Up to sixteen digits, consisting of “0 through 9” and “ ”, can be stored. “#” cannot be
stored.
• During the waiting time after going off-hook, you can dial another party and override
this feature. You can modify the waiting time between going off-hook and connecting
with the called line through System Programming.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can program the
phone number or set or cancel this feature using a display operation.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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Privacy Release
Allows you to establish a three-party conference call while connected to an existing call.
1
– at your extension
CO
During a conversation with an outside party, to allow another
extension to join the conversation;
1. Press the corresponding CO button.
• The corresponding CO indicator light flashes green rapidly.
2
– at the other extension
CO
2. Another extension user presses the flashing CO button within 5
seconds.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• A three-party conference is now established.
To leave the conference
1. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
• The other two parties may continue their conversation.
1
To terminate one party and talk to the other
1. Press the CO or INTERCOM button of the desired party.
1
CO
INTERCOM
or
Conditions
• The CO button pressed to join the conversation must be assigned as a Single-CO (SCO) button.
• After the user presses the CO button, the CO indicator light of the other extension
flashes rapidly for only five seconds. Pressing the CO button again gives you an
additional five seconds.
• This feature overrides “Data Line Security” and “Executive Busy Override Deny”.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call and vice versa, a confirmation
tone is sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — Single-CO (S-CO) Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
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Feature References
Conference
Data Line Security
Executive Busy Override Deny
Pulse to Tone Conversion
Allows you to change the dialing mode from Pulse to Tone so that you can access
services, such as computer telephone services, Voice Mail, that require a tone.
1. Dial the phone number (Pulse mode).
1
phone number
2. Dial
and #.
2
3. Dial the phone number (Tone mode).
3
phone number
Conditions
• You cannot change from Tone to Pulse dialing mode.
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Quick Dialing
Allows you to make a quick dial call by pressing a pre-assigned quick dial number.
Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the quick dial number.
2
quick dial number
Conditions
• Up to eight quick dial numbers can be stored by System Programming.
• You must assign a feature number first in program [100] “Flexible Numbering”, and
then a quick dial number in program [009] “Quick Dial Number Set” in order for Quick
Dial to be effective.
• Quick Dialing is convenient for frequently dialed phone numbers.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[009] Quick Dial Number Set
[100] Flexible Numbering, Quick dial location numbers 1-8
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Redial, Last Number
Automatically saves the last outside phone number you dialed so that you can make a
call to the same party later with a simple operation.
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Press the REDIAL button.
2
REDIAL
Conditions
• Up to twenty-four digits can be stored and redialed; this does not include the outside
line access code.
• “ ”, “#”, “PAUSE”, and “INTERCOM” (for secret dialing) are counted as one digit.
• If you hear a busy tone when attempting to redial, select another line and press the
REDIAL button.
• The memorized telephone number is replaced by a new one if at least one digit sent to
an outside line is dialed. Dialing an outside line access code alone does not change the
memorized number.
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Redial, Saved Number
Allows you to save the current external telephone number during the conversation, so that
you can redial the same party later with a simple operation. The saved number can be
redialed until another number is stored.
Storing
1
AUTO DIAL
During a conversation or while hearing a busy tone;
1. Press the AUTO DIAL/STORE button.
STORE
2
2. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the SAVE button.
Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the SAVE button.
2
Conditions
• Up to twenty-four digits can be stored and redialed; this does not include the outside
line access code.
• “ ”, “#”, “PAUSE”, and “INTERCOM” (for secret dialing) are counted as one digit.
• A flexible button can be assigned as the SAVE button.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — SAVE Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
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Secret Dialing
Allows you to conceal all or part(s) of a “System Speed Dialing” or “One-Touch Dialing”
number assigned to a flexible CO button which normally appears on the display.
Additionally, KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235 Model Telephones are
capable of Secret Dialing for “Station Speed Dialing” numbers.
When storing the phone number;
1. Press the INTERCOM button before and after the part you
wish to conceal.
• The display shows:
<Example>
9-1-[201]...
(— “201” is not shown on the
display when you dial.)
1
INTERCOM
Conditions
• The secret code, “[” or “]” (pressing the INTERCOM button), are counted as one digit.
• You can conceal one or more parts of a telephone number.
• If the phone number “9-1-[201]-431-2111” has been stored, the display shows the
following when the call is made:
-1-...-431-2111
• The concealed part will be printed out by Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR).
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — One-Touch Dialing Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
Station Speed Dialing Number / Name Assignment (KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 /
KX-T7235 only)
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation manual)
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
Feature References
One-Touch Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
System Speed Dialing
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Station Feature Clear
Allows you to reset the following station features to the default settings.
a) Absent Message Capability
b) Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
c) Background Music (BGM)
d) Call Forwarding
e) Call Log, Incoming
f) Call Pickup Deny
g) Call Waiting
h) Data Line Security
i) Do Not Disturb (DND)
j) Executive Busy Override Deny
k) Log-In
l) Message Waiting – (All messages will be removed)
m) Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
n) Paralleled Telephone Connection
0) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) – (The stored telephone number will be removed)
p) Timed Reminder
q) Whisper OHCA
Clearing the current feature settings
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
7
9
0
3
2. Dial the feature number (790).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Ext Data Clear
3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Conditions
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this
feature using the display operation.
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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Station Speed Dialing
Allows you to store up to ten speed dial numbers at your extension. These numbers are
available for your extension only.
Storing the phone number
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (30).
2
3
0
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial number (0 through 9).
3
Station Speed Dial number
4. Dial the desired number and #.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
4
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
desired number and #
5
Dialing
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (3 ).
2
3
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial number (0 through 9).
3
Station Speed Dial number
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Conditions
• You can store an extension number, a telephone number, or a feature number up to
sixteen digits. Valid digits are “0 through 9”, “ ” and PAUSE button.
• To store the telephone number of an outside party, the line access code (9 or 81 through
83) must be stored as the leading digit.
• “Station Speed Dialing” can be followed by manual dialing to supplement the dialed
digits.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can store not only
phone numbers but names as well.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this
feature using the display operation.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — One-Touch Dialing Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
Station Speed Dialing Number / Name Assignment (KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 /
KX-T7235 only)
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – Call Directory (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – Call Directory
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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System Speed Dialing
Allows you to make a call using speed dial numbers programmed previously. This
system supports one hundred speed dial numbers which are available to all extension
users.
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
• The INTERCOM indicator light turns green.
1
2
AUTO DIAL
2. Press the AUTO DIAL/STORE button.
• The AUTO DIAL/STORE indicator lights.
• You do not hear a tone.
STORE
3
3. Dial the System Speed Dial number (00 through 99).
• The AUTO DIAL/STORE indicator light turns off.
System Speed Dial number
Conditions
• System Speed Dial numbers must be stored either through the User (Manager) or
System Programming.
• “Speed Dialing”, “One-Touch Dialing”, “Redial, Last Number/Saved Number” and
manual dialing can be used together.
• Continuous use of a speed dial number is possible, if the number is divided when
stored.
<Example>
If the number is divided and stored in System Speed Dial numbers 01 and 02;
Press: [AUTO DIAL/STORE] [0] [1] [AUTO DIAL/STORE] [0] [2]
• The dialed number appears on the display.
• You may press a CO button to select a desired outside line before pressing the AUTO
DIAL/STORE button.
• It is possible to cancel toll restriction with this feature (Toll Restriction Override for
System Speed Dialing). In this case, System Programming is necessary.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this
feature using the display operation.
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Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation Manual)
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – Call Directory (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – Call Directory
(4.4/Special Display Features)
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
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Timed Reminder
You can receive a ringback at your telephone to remind you of a meeting or appointment.
The setting is selectable either for one time or daily (everyday until canceled) at a pre-set
time.
Setting
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (76) and 1.
2
7
6
1
3. Enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
3
4. Dial 0 to enter AM, or dial 1 to enter PM.
hour and minute
4
0
or
1
0
or
1
5. Dial 0 for a one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
*1 An alarm will be heard at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 An alarm will be heard at the preset time daily until the setting is changed
5
or cancelled.
6
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Canceling
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
7
6
0
2. Dial the feature number (76) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Alarm Cancelled
3
3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
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Checking the setting time (with a display proprietary telephone only)
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
2
2. Dial the feature number (76) and 2.
<Example>
If “10:10 AM” has been set, the display shows:
7
6
3
2
Alarm
10:10AM
— one time
or
Alarm
10:10AM*
— daily
3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Stopping the alarm
1. Lift the handset.
• Pressing any key also stops the alarm.
1
Conditions
• Be sure the system clock is set correctly.
• The alarm continues for thirty seconds.
• If an alarm time has not been set, the display shows the following:
Alarm Not Stored
• If you receive an incoming call during the alarm, the ringing starts after the alarm
stops.
• If you are having a conversation at the time the alarm is set to sound, the alarm starts
after the conversation.
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records the detailed Timed
Reminder information (data, time, extension number, start/no answer). It is
programmable to print out when the Timed Reminder starts and the alarm is not
answered by System Programming.
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can set or cancel the
Timed Reminder using the display operation.
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Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3)
[000] Date and Time Set
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[000] Date and Time Set
[990] System Additional Information, Field (45)
Feature References
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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Toll Restriction Override
There are two types of toll restriction override:
• Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
• Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
Allows you to temporarily override toll restriction and make a toll call from a tollrestricted telephone. You can carry out this feature by entering an appropriate account
code before dialing the telephone number. For the operation procedure, refer to “Account
Code Entry”.
Conditions
• This feature changes the toll restriction level to level 2. This can be used by extension
users assigned to restriction levels 3 through 8. Levels 1 and 2 can not be changed.
• A “Class of Service” which is assigned to the “Account Code Entry — Verified - Toll
Restriction Override” mode permits the class members to override their toll restrictions.
• Up to 20 account codes can be programmed for the Verified mode.
• If you do not enter an account code or you enter an invalid account code, standard toll
restriction is in effect.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — Account Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[105] Account Codes
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day/Night
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Account Code Entry
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
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Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Allows you to cancel toll restriction in “System Speed Dialing”. Normally, calls
originated by “System Speed Dialing” are restricted depending on the extension’s toll
restriction level. Once this option is set, it permits all extension users to make “System
Speed Dialing” calls with no restrictions. You can override toll restriction for “System
Speed Dialing” through System Programming.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing
Feature References
System Speed Dialing
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
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Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station
(TAFAS)
Allows you to answer an incoming outside call, paged through an external pager, from
any extension.
While hearing a tone from the external pager;
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
2
4
2. Dial the feature number (42).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The line is connected and you can start talking.
Conditions
• This feature can be used in the following cases.
a) The floating number* of an external pager is assigned as the Direct in Lines (DIL) 1:1
destination. In this case, all of the incoming calls on the specified line are signaled.
b) A DISA (Direct Inward System Access) caller dials the floating number* of an
external pager.
c) The floating number* of an external pager is assigned as the Intercept Routing
destination. In this case, incoming calls re-directed to the destination are signaled.
• A confirmation tone is audible before being connected to the caller. Eliminating the
tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day/Night
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day/Night
[813] Floating Number Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Floating Station (→ see Installation Manual)
* A Floating Number (FN) is a virtual extension number which appears to be an extension.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
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Two-Way Recording into Voice Mail †
Allows you to record a conversation into your mailbox or a specified mailbox.
Recording into your mailbox
During a conversation;
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Two-Way
Record button.
• The Two-Way Record indicator light turns red.
1
Stopping recording
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Two-Way
Record button.
• The Two-Way Record indicator light turns off.
1
Recording into another mailbox
During a conversation;
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Two-Way
Transfer button.
• The Two-Way Transfer indicator light turns red.
1
2
2. Enter an extension number or press the desired DSS button.
extension number
Stopping recording
1. Press the flexible button which is assigned as the Two-Way
Transfer button.
• The Two-Way Transfer indicator light turns off.
1
Conditions
• A flexible CO button can be assigned as the Two-Way Record button or the Two-Way
Transfer button.
• Pressing the Two-Way Record button sends an alarm tone, if an idle voice mail port is
not available.
• Pressing the Two-Way Transfer button followed by an extension number sends an
alarm tone, if an idle voice mail port is not available.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — Two-Way Record Button,
Two-Way Transfer Button
(System Programming — [005] can be used for this assignment.)
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†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one
that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVP100).
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Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Allows incoming calls to be distributed uniformly to a specific group of extensions called
an UCD group. Calls to an UCD group search for an idle extension in a circular way.
Conditions
• UCD can be used in the following cases.
a) The floating number* of UCD is assigned as the Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1
destination.
b) The floating number* of UCD is assigned as the Intercept Routing destination.
c) The floating number* of UCD is dialed from an extension.
d) The floating number* of UCD is dialed from DISA (Direct Inward System Access).
• It is possible to set the log-in or log-out status on an extension basis.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[106] Station Hunting Type
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature References
Log-In / Log-Out
* A Floating Number (FN) is a virtual extension number which appears to be an extension.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
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Voice Mail Integration
Allows you to forward your calls to your mailbox in a Voice Processing System. If your
telephone has a MESSAGE button, the button light turns on and lets you know you have
messages. Even if you do not have a MESSAGE button, you will hear a special tone
when going off-hook.
Setting Call Forwarding destination to Voice Mail
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2
2. Press the FWD/DND button.
• You may dial the feature number (710) or press the flexible
button assigned as the FWD/DND button instead.
FWD/DND
3
FWD number
4
3. Dial the Call Forwarding number (2 through 5).
• Each Call Forwarding number corresponds to the following
services:
- 2 : Call Forwarding — All Calls
- 3 : Call Forwarding — Busy
- 4 : Call Forwarding — No Answer
- 5 : Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer
4. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
VM extension number
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
• Calls directed to you are automatically forwarded to your
mailbox.
• Callers can leave their messages in the mailbox, according to
the Voice Mail guidance.
5
Listening to a stored message
You can listen to the messages stored in your mailbox easily. There are two operations to
play back messages.
Using the Message Waiting (MESSAGE) button
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
MESSAGE
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2. Press the MESSAGE button or the flexible button assigned as
the MESSAGE button.
• You can listen to the stored message.
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With manual dialing
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
• You can listen to the stored message by following the Voice
Mail guidance.
2
VM extension number
Conditions
• Outside callers can leave their messages in your mailbox. When an incoming outside
call arrives, the operator answers the call and forwards it to your extension. And...
— If you set the “Call Forwarding” function whose destination is Voice Mail;
The call will be forwarded to Voice Mail automatically.
— If you do not set the “Call Forwarding” function;
The call will return to the operator. Then the operator transfers the call to Voice
Mail.
• A flexible button can be assigned as the MESSAGE or FWD/DND button.
• Voice Mail can be assigned as the destination of the following features.
a) Call Forwarding — All Calls
b) Call Forwarding — Busy
c) Call Forwarding — No Answer
d) Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer
e) Intercept Routing
• You can also transfer the received outside calls to certain mailboxes so that callers can
leave messages.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — FWD/DND Button,
Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
Feature References
Call Forwarding — All Calls, Busy, Busy/No Answer, No Answer
Intercept Routing (→ see Installation Manual)
Voice Mail Transfer
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Voice Mail Transfer
You can transfer outside calls to the Voice Processing System so that callers can leave
their messages in a desired extension mailbox. When you forward an outside call to the
designated extension;
— If the extension has set the “Call Forwarding” function whose destination is
Voice Mail;
The call will be forwarded to Voice Mail.
— If the extension has not set the “Call Forwarding” function;
The call will return to you. You can forward the call to Voice Mail by one-touch.
If the call returns to you;
1. Press the flexible button assigned as Voice Mail (VM)
Transfer button.
1
2
extension number
2. Dial the extension number or press the DSS button.
• The call will be forwarded to Voice Mail.
• The caller can leave the message according to the Voice
Mail guidance.
Conditions
• A flexible button can be assigned as the Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button.
• A user’s Voice Mail number, password, etc. can be assigned as a Voice Mail Access
Code.
• Through System Programming, the “VM Command DTMF Set” and “Station Hunting
Type” must be programmed to match the operation of your Voice Processing System.
Programming References
• Station Programming (Section 2)
Flexible CO Button Assignment — Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button
(System Programming — [005] (Installation Manual) can be used for this assignment.)
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[106] Station Hunting Type
[113] VM Status DTMF Set
[114] VM Command DTMF Set
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[609] Voice Mail Access Codes
Feature References
Voice Mail Integration
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Walking COS
Allows you to use your calling privileges (Class of Service) at another extension. You
may override restrictions which may be set at the extension.
Making a call
At another extension;
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (47).
4
7
3
3. Enter the Walking COS password.
Walking COS password
4
your extension number
5
4. Dial your extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Set COS of Exx
your extension number
5. Dial the phone number.
• You must dial a line access code (9 or 81 through 83) or
press the CO button when calling an outside party.
phone number
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Conditions
• With the KX-T7431, KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this
feature using the display operation.
• Class of Service (COS) is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of
extensions. Each extension is assigned a COS number. The programmable items are as
follows.
1) Outgoing call restriction level (Day mode / Night mode) – 1 through 8
2) Restriction of an outside call duration
3) Transfer a call to an outside party
4) Forward a call to an outside party
5) Executive Busy Override
6) Executive Busy Override Deny
7) Override Do Not Disturb of the called extension
8) Account Code Entry operation – verified - all calls / verified - to toll restriction
override / option
9) Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
10) The number of allowed dialing digits during an outside call
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[121] Walking COS Password
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Class of Service (COS) (→ see Installation Manual)
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
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Whisper OHCA
Allows busy party notification through the handset. Only the handset will hear the
notification. Only KX-T7400 series telephone users can send or receive Whisper OHCA.
Setting / Canceling to receive Whisper OHCA
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
1
2. Enter the feature number (731).
2
1
3
7
3. Enter 3 or 0.
- 3 : to set Whisper OHCA
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
3
or
0
4
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Executing the Whisper OHCA
If you make an intercom call and hear a busy tone;
1
1
1. Enter 1.
• You can talk after you hear a confirmation tone.
To talk to the third party by terminating the current call
If you hear two beeps and a voice announcement;
1
1. Hang up.
• The current call is disconnected.
• The INTERCOM indicator light turns green.
To talk to the third party by holding the current call
If you hear two beeps and voice announcement;
1
HOLD
1. Press the HOLD button.
• The current call is placed on hold.
• The INTERCOM indicator light flashes green slowly.
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Conditions
• Class of Service programming determines which extensions can perform Whisper OHCA.
• The Whisper OHCA receiving extension display shows the calling extension’s number
or name for 5 seconds in 10 second intervals.
• You can select to receive a Call Waiting tone, OHCA, Whisper OHCA or none of
these at your extension.
• If the Whisper OHCA sender does not use a KX-T7400 series telephone, it will work as
OHCA. If the receiver does not use a KX-T7400 series telephone, it may not work
properly. (E.g. The announcement may be heard by the other party.)
• The receiving mode may shift depending on the settings on each telephone or the
telephone type.
<Example> If the user selects 3 (Whisper OHCA mode);
– If using a KX-T7436 handset ............................Whisper OHCA
– If using a KX-T7436 SP-PHONE......................Call Waiting
– Other...................................................................Call Waiting
• The Whisper OHCA sender will receive a ringback tone in the following cases.
– If the receiver presses the TRANSFER, CONF, SP-PHONE, DSS or CO button.
– If the party who is talking with the receiver disconnects the line or presses the
TRANSFER, CONF or HOLD button.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[509] Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Feature References
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Call Waiting
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
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4.3
Operator / Manager Service Features
The system supports up to two operators and one manager. Any extension can be
appointed as an operator or manager. System Programming is necessary to appoint
operators and the manager. They have the ability to perform the following features:
1) Background Music (BGM) — External
2) Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
3) Live Call Screening Password Control†
4) Night Service On / Off
5) Outgoing Message (OGM)
6) Remote Station Lock Control
7) System Working Report
8) Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[006] Operator/Manager Extension Assignment
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital Proprietary
Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary
telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Background Music (BGM) — External
Allows you to broadcast background music (BGM) in the office through the external
pagers.
Display Operation (KX-T7235)
Setting / Canceling
1. Press the Features (F4) button.
1
F4
Features
2. Press the NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until “Extrn BGM
On/Off” is displayed.
F5
2
NEXT
S1
S2
S3
3
F
3. Press the Function button which is next to “Extrn BGM
On/Off”.
• Pressing this button alternates between the On and Off
modes.
• The display shows either of the following depending on
whether BGM is on or off:
Extrn BGM On/Off
External BGM On
or
External BGM Off
F
4
• You hear a confirmation tone; the music starts or stops.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7436 / KX-T7433)
Setting / Canceling
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed
to “FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Feature (F4) button
instead. In this case, skip step 2.
S3
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “Extrn BGM On/Off” (for KXT7436) or “Ext-BGM On/Off” (for KX-T7433) is at the arrow.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
4
SEL
S1
S2
5
S3
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Function button
which is next to “Extrn BGM On/Off” instead.
• Pressing this button alternates between the On and Off
modes.
• The display shows either of the following depending on
whether BGM is on or off:
External BGM On
or
External BGM Off
• You hear a confirmation tone; the music starts or stops.
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7431)
Setting / Canceling
1
MODE
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until “Feature Access” is
displayed.
• The display shows:
Feature Access
2
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until “Ext-BGM On/Off” is displayed.
3
SELECT
4
3. Press the SELECT button.
• Pressing this button alternates between the On and Off
modes.
• The display shows either of the following depending on
whether BGM is on or off:
External BGM On
or
External BGM Off
• You hear a confirmation tone; the music starts or stops.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Standard Operation
Setting / Canceling
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2
2. Dial the feature number (35).
• The display shows either of the following depending on
whether the BGM is on or off:
3
5
External BGM On
3
or
External BGM Off
• You hear a confirmation tone; the music starts or stops.
3. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Conditions
•
•
•
•
You must connect an external music source, such as a radio, to the system.
The default is “External BGM Off”.
BGM is only sent to the programmed external pager.
Access priority to the external pager is: (1) Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any
Station (TAFAS); (2) Paging; (3) BGM.
Higher priorities will override the BGM.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[803] Music Source Use
[804] External Pager BGM
[990] System Additional Information, Field (20)
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
The operator or manager can clear the “Call Log Lock, Incoming” feature at any
extension.
Programming
1. Press the PROGRAM button.
1
PROGRAM
2
9
9
2. Dial 99.
• You enter into the Station Programming mode.
• The display shows:
PT-PGM Mode
3
0
2
3. Dial 02.
4
extension number or
5
AUTO DIAL
4. Dial the extension number or .
– extension number : to clear one extension
–
: to clear all extensions
• The display shows:
<Example>
12:Unlock?
STORE
6
PROGRAM
or
5. Press the STORE button.
• The STORE indicator lights.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the handset to exit from
the Station Programming mode.
Feature References
Call Log Lock, Incoming (4.4/Special Display Features)
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Live Call Screening Password Control †
The operator or manager can clear the Live Call Screening password on any extension.
1. Press the PROGRAM button.
1
PROGRAM
2
9
9
2. Dial 99.
• You enter into the Station Programming mode.
• The display shows:
3
PT-PGM Mode
0
3
3. Dial 03.
4
extension number or
5
AUTO DIAL
STORE
4. Dial the extension number or .
– extension number: to clear the extension password
–
: to clear the all extension passwords
• The display shows:
<Example>
12:Cancel?
6
PROGRAM
or
5. Press the STORE button.
• The STORE indicator lights.
6. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the handset to exit from
the Station Programming mode.
Conditions
• If the extension user forgets their pre-set password, they can ask the operator or
manager to clear the password.
Feature References
Live Call Screening (LCS)
†: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital Proprietary
Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary
telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Night Service On / Off
This system supports both the night and day modes of operation. The system operation
for originating and receiving calls can be different in night and day modes. Toll
restriction calls can be programmed to prevent unauthorized toll calls at night. Day/Night
mode can be switched manually at any desired time by the operator or manager.
Display Operation (KX-T7235)
Switching the mode
1. Press the Features (F4) button.
1
F4
Features
F5
2. Press the NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until “Night On/Off” is
displayed.
2
NEXT
S1
S2
3
F
Night On/Off (→1/0)
F
4
1
or
3. Press the Function button which is next to “Night On/Off”.
S3
0
5
4. Dial 1 or 0.
- 0 : from night mode to day mode
- 1 : from day mode to night mode
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The display shows:
Night Mode
or
Day Mode
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7436 / KX-T7433)
Switching the mode
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
S3
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed to
“FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Feature (F4) button
instead. In this case, skip step 2.
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “Night On/Off” (for KX-T7436) or
“Night Mode” (for KX-T7433) is at the arrow.
4
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Function button
which is next to “Night On/Off” instead.
SEL
S1
S2
S3
5
1
or
0
6
5. Dial 1 or 0.
- 0 : from night mode to day mode
- 1 : from day mode to night mode
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The display shows:
Night Mode
or
Day Mode
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7431)
Switching the mode
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until “Feature Access” is
displayed.
• The display shows:
Feature Access
1
MODE
2
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until “Night Mode” is displayed.
3. Press the SELECT button.
3
SELECT
4
1
or
0
5
4. Dial 1 or 0.
- 0 : from night mode to day mode
- 1 : from day mode to night mode
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The display shows:
Night Mode
or
Day Mode
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Standard Operation
Switching the mode using the feature number
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Enter the feature number (78).
2
8
7
3
or
0
1
4
3. Enter 0 or 1.
- 0 : from night mode to day mode
- 1 : from day mode to night mode
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The display shows:
Night Mode
or
Day Mode
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Confirming the current mode (with a display PT only)
When the telephone is idle;
1. Press #.
• The display shows the current mode for 3 seconds.
1
Conditions
• The following items have separate day and night programming.
1) Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment
4) Ringing, Delayed
2) Direct In Lines (DIL)
5) Toll Restriction Level
3) Doorphone Ringing Assignment
6) Intercept Routing
• “Class of Service” programming determines which extensions can perform this feature.
• The Day/Night mode is automatically switched at a predetermined time (default: 9:00
a.m. for all days of the week; 5:00 p.m. for all nights of the week) if automatic
switching mode is selected in System Programming.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[100] Flexible Numbering, Night service mode
[101] Day/Night Service Switching Mode
[102] Day/Night Service Starting Time
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Feature References
Direct In Lines (DIL) (→ see Installation Manual)
Doorphone Call
Intercept Routing (→ see Installation Manual)
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu (4.4/Special Display Features)
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
(4.4/Special Display Features)
Outside Line Connection Assignment — Outgoing (→ see Installation Manual)
Ringing, Delayed (→ see Installation Manual)
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Outgoing Message (OGM)
The operator or manager can record or play back outgoing voice message.
This is played when a caller accesses the DISA feature.
Display Operation (KX-T7235)
Recording a message
1. Press the Features (F4) button.
1
F4
Features
F5
2. Press the NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until “OGM Recording”
is displayed.
2
NEXT
S1
S2
3
F
OGM Recording
S3
3. Press the Function button which is next to “OGM Recording”.
• The display shows:
OGM
Rec.:XX
Time counter (seconds)
• The STORE indicator light flashes red slowly, and the
recording starts after the confirmation tone.
F
4. Record the message (up to 16 seconds).
4
5
AUTO DIAL
STORE
6
AUTO DIAL
STORE
7
5. Press the STORE button to stop recording or record for the
preset recording duration.
• The STORE indicator light turns steady red.
• You hear a confirmation tone; the recorded message will be
played back automatically.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Play:10
6. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
7. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Playing back a message
1. Press the Features (F4) button.
1
F4
Features
F5
2. Press the NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until “OGM Playback”
is displayed.
2
NEXT
S1
S2
S3
3
F
OGM Playback
F
3. Press the Function button which is next to “OGM Playback”.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The message is played back; the counter starts.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Rec.:10
Time counter (seconds)
4
AUTO DIAL
STORE
5
4. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Display Operation (KX-T7436 / KX-T7433)
Recording a message
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed to
“FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Feature (F4) button
instead. In this case, skip step 2.
S3
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Recording” (for KX-T7436)
or “OGM Record” (for KX-T7433) is at the arrow.
4
SEL
S1
S2
5
6
S3
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
• KX-T7436 user can also press the Function button which is
next to “OGM Recording” instead.
• The display shows:
OGM
Rec.:XX
Time counter (seconds)
• The STORE indicator light flashes red slowly, and the
recording starts after the confirmation tone.
5. Record the message (up to 16 seconds).
AUTO DIAL
STORE
7
AUTO DIAL
STORE
8
6. Press the STORE button to stop recording or record for the
preset recording duration.
• The STORE indicator light turns steady red.
• You hear a confirmation tone; the recorded message will be
played back automatically.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Play:10
7. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
8. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Playing back a message
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed to
“FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Feature (F4) button
instead. In this case, skip step 2.
S3
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Playback” (for KX-T7436) or
“OGM Play” (for KX-T7433) is at the arrow.
4
SEL
S1
S2
S3
5
AUTO DIAL
STORE
6
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
• KX-T7436 user can also press the Function button which is
next to “OGM Playback” instead.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The message is played back; the counter starts.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Rec.:10
Time counter (seconds)
5. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Display Operation (KX-T7431)
Recording a message
1
MODE
2
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until “Feature Access” is
displayed.
• The display shows:
Feature Access
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Record” is displayed.
3
SELECT
3. Press the SELECT button.
• The display shows:
OGM
Rec.:XX
Time counter (seconds)
• The STORE indicator light flashes red slowly, and the
recording starts after the confirmation tone.
4
4. Record the message (up to 16 seconds).
5
AUTO DIAL
STORE
6
AUTO DIAL
STORE
7
5. Press the STORE button to stop recording or record for the
preset recording duration.
• The STORE indicator light turns steady red.
• You hear a confirmation tone; the recorded message will be
played back automatically.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Play:10
6. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
7. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Playing back a message
1
MODE
2
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until “Feature Access” is
displayed.
• The display shows:
Feature Access
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Play” is displayed.
3
SELECT
4
AUTO DIAL
STORE
5
3. Press the SELECT button.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The message is played back; the counter starts.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Rec.:10
Time counter (seconds)
4. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Standard Operation
Recording a message
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
3
6
3
1
2. Dial the feature number (36) and 1.
• The display shows:
OGM
Rec.:XX
Time counter (seconds)
• The STORE indicator light flashes red slowly; recording
starts after the confirmation tone.
3. Record the message (up to 16 seconds).
4
AUTO DIAL
STORE
5
AUTO DIAL
STORE
6
4. Press the STORE button to stop recording or record for the
preset recording duration.
• The STORE indicator light turns steady red.
• You hear a confirmation tone; the recorded message will be
played back automatically.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Play:10
5. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
6. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Playing back a message
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2
3
6
2
3
AUTO DIAL
STORE
2. Dial the feature number (36) and 2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The STORE indicator lights.
• The message is played back; the counter starts.
• The display shows:
<Example>
OGM
Rec.:10
Time counter (seconds)
4
3. Press the STORE button or wait until playback is finished.
• The STORE indicator light turns off.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Feature References
Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Remote Station Lock Control
The operator or manager can remotely lock or unlock any extension. To lock an
extension, you can select to lock outside calls or intercom calls.
Programming
1. Press the PROGRAM button.
1
PROGRAM
2. Dial 99.
• You enter into the Station Programming mode.
• The display shows:
PT-PGM Mode
3. Dial 01.
2
9
9
0
1
3
4. Dial the extension number or .
–extension number : to lock or unlock one extension
–
: to lock or unlock all extensions
4
extension number or
5
1
or
2
or
6
AUTO DIAL
3
5. Dial 1, 2 or 3.
- 1 : to unlock
- 2 : to lock outside calls
- 3 : to lock intercom calls
• The display shows:
<Example> If you dial extension number 12 and then dial 2;
12:CO Lock
STORE
6. Press the STORE button.
• The STORE indicator lights.
7
PROGRAM
or
7. Press the PROGRAM button or lift the handset to exit from
the Station Programming mode.
Conditions
• This feature supersedes the “Electronic Station Lockout” feature. If “Electronic Station
Lockout” has already been set by the extension user and this feature is set, the extension
user cannot cancel the lock. Only the operator or manager can cancel the lock.
• “Operator Call” is available even though intercom calls are disallowed.
Feature References
Electronic Station Lockout
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Operator / Manager Service Features
System Working Report
The operator or manager can print out or clear the system working report. For details
about the recorded contents, please consult with your dealer.
To print out / Clear the recorded data
1
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
2
2
2. Dial the feature number (794).
7
9
4
3
1
or
0
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to print out the data
- 0 : to clear the data
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
SWR Data Dump
— (to print out)
or
SWR Data Clear
— (to clear)
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Conditions
• A printer connected to the Serial Interface (RS-232C) connector can be used to print the
recorded data.
• If the recorded data is cleared, new data will be recorded.
Feature References
System Working Report (→ see Installation Manual)
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Operator / Manager Service Features
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)
The operator or manager can remotely set or cancel the Timed Reminder of the desired
extension.
Display Operation (KX-T7235)
Setting / Cancelling
1. Press the Features (F4) button.
1
F4
Features
F5
2. Press the NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until “Remote Timed
Reminder” is displayed.
2
NEXT
S1
S2
S3
3
F
3. Press the Function button which is next to “Remote Timed
Reminder”.
• The display shows:
Extension #:
Remote Timed Reminder
F
4. Dial the desired extension number or DSS button.
4
5. Press the NEXT (S3) button.
• The display shows:
or
Extension #:xx
Time(hh:mm): :
AM/PM(0/1) :
Daily Y/N(1/0):0
extension number
5
— (xx: extension number)
NEXT
S1
S2
S3
6
hour and minute
6. To set, enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
To cancel, press the CLR (S2) button.
• If the setting is canceled, you hear a confirmation tone and
then a dial tone, and the display shows:
Alarm Canceled
In this case, skip steps 7 through 9.
or
CLR
S1
S2
S3
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7. Dial 0 to enter AM, or 1 to enter PM.
7
0
or
1
8
0
or
1
9
8. Dial 0 for one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
*1 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time every day until the setting is
changed or canceled.
PROG
S1
S2
S3
9. Press the PROG (S3) button.
10
10. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7436)
Setting / Cancelling
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed to
“FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
• The KX-T7436 user can also press the Feature (F4) button
instead. In this case, skip step 2.
S3
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “Remote Timed Reminder” is at the
arrow.
4
SEL
S1
S2
S3
5
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
• You can also press the Function button which is next to
“Remote Timed Reminder” instead.
• The display shows:
Extension #:
or
5. Dial the desired extension number or DSS button.
extension number
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6. Press the NEXT (S3) button.
• The display shows:
6
NEXT
S1
S2
S3
7
or
CLR
S2
— (xx: extension number)
7. To set, enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
To cancel, press the CLR (S2) button.
• If the setting is canceled, you hear a confirmation tone and
then a dial tone, and the display shows:
Alarm Canceled
hour and minute
S1
Extension #:xx
Time(hh:mm): :
AM/PM(0/1) :
Daily Y/N(1/0):0
S3
In this case, skip steps 8 through 10.
8
8. Dial 0 to enter AM, or 1 to enter PM.
0
or
1
9
0
or
1
10
PROG
S1
11
S2
9. Dial 0 for one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
*1 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time every day until the setting is
changed or canceled.
S3
10. Press the PROG (S3) button.
11. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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Display Operation (KX-T7433)
Setting / Canceling / Confirming the time setting
1. Press the SHIFT button repeatedly until S3 button is changed to
“FEAT”.
• The bottom line of the display shows:
STA EXT FEAT
1
SHIFT
2
FEAT
S1
S2
S3
2. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
3
3. Rotate the Jog Dial until “R-Timed Remind” is at the arrow.
4. Press the SEL (S3) button.
4
SEL
S1
S2
S3
5
1
or
0
or
2
6. Dial the desired extension number or DSS button.
• If the setting is canceled, you hear a confirmation tone and
then a dial tone, and the display shows:
Alarm Canceled
6
or
In this case, skip steps 7 through 9.
• When you confirm the setting, either of the following
display appears.
<Example> If “10:10” has been set, the display shows:
extension number
7
hour and minute
8
0
or
5. Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
1
— only one time
Alarm
10:10AM
or
Alarm
10:10AM* — daily
After confirming the setting, skip steps 7 through 9.
7. Enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
8. Dial 0 to enter AM, or 1 to enter PM.
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9. Dial 0 for one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
*1 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time every day until the setting is
9
0
1
or
10
changed or canceled.
10. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Display Operation (KX-T7431)
Setting / Canceling / Confirming the time setting
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until “Feature Access” is
displayed.
• The display shows:
Feature Access
1
MODE
2
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until “R-Timed Remind” is displayed.
3. Press the SELECT button.
3
SELECT
4
1
or
0
5
or
extension number
or
2
4. Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
5. Dial the desired extension number or DSS button.
• If the setting is canceled, you hear a confirmation tone and
then a dial tone, and the display shows:
Alarm Canceled
In this case, skip steps 7 through 9.
• When you confirm the setting, either of the following
display appears.
<Example> If “10:10” has been set, the display shows:
Alarm
10:10AM
— only one time
or
Alarm
10:10AM* — daily
After confirming the setting, skip steps 7 through 9.
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6. Enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
6
7. Dial 0 to enter AM, or 1 to enter PM.
hour and minute
7
0
or
1
0
or
1
8. Dial 0 for one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
*1 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time every day until the setting is
8
changed or canceled.
9
9. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
Standard Operation
Setting / Canceling / Confirming the time setting
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (7 ).
2
3. Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
7
3
1
or
0
or
4
or
extension number
2
4. Dial the desired extension number or DSS button.
• If the setting is canceled, you hear a confirmation tone and
then a dial tone, and the display shows:
Alarm Canceled
In this case, skip steps 5 through 7.
• When you confirm the setting, either of the following
display appears.
<Example> If “10:10” has been set, the display shows:
— only one time
Alarm
10:10AM
or
Alarm
10:10AM* — daily
After confirming the setting, skip steps 5 through 7.
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5. Enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
5
6. Dial 0 to enter AM, or 1 to enter PM.
hour and minute
6
0
or
1
0
or
1
7
7. Dial 0 for one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for daily alarm
setting*2.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
*1 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 You hear an alarm ringing at the preset time every day until the setting is
changed or canceled.
8
8. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Conditions
• Be sure the system clock is set correctly.
• There is no limit to the number of the extensions who can set the Timed Reminder at
the same time.
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records the detailed Timed
Reminder information (data, time, extension number, start/no answer). It is
programmable to print out when the Timed Reminder starts and the alarm is not
answered by System Programming.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (45)
Feature References
Timed Reminder
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Special Display Features
With the display telephone, KX-T7230, KX-T7235, KX-T7431, KX-T7433 or KXT7436, you can easily access several features.
The display telephones have the ability to perform the following features.
Feature
KX-T7230 KX-T7235 KX-T7431 KX-T7433 KX-T7436
✔
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb
✔
Call Log, Incoming
✔
✔
✔
✔
Call Log Lock, Incoming
✔
✔
✔
✔
Call Log, Outgoing
✔
✔
Call Directory
Extension Dialing
✔
✔
✔
✔
Station Speed Dialing
✔
✔
✔
✔
System Speed Dialing
✔
✔
✔
✔
System Feature Access Menu
✔
✔
✔
✔
“✔” indicates the features is available.
Helpful Information about Display Operation
Press CONT (S1) to adjust the display contrast.
Press RING (S2) to adjust the ringer volume.
Press BGM (S3) to turn on/off the BGM.
Press MENU (S1) to return to the initial display.
Press PREV (S2) to return to the previous display.
Press NEXT (S3) to advance to the next display.
Press ACCNT (S3) to enter an account code.
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Special Display Features
Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb (KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
You can set or cancel the Call Forwarding and Do Not Disturb features using the
display.
Off-hook.
Features on the First Display
Press the
FWD/DND button.
FWD/DND
First Display
FWD/DND Cancel
Cancels the Call Forwarding
and Do Not Distub (DND)
features at your extension.
On-hook.
FWD/DND Cancel
Do Not Disturb
FWD-All Calls
FWD-Busy
FWD-No Answer
PREV
MENU
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Call Forwarding
Rejects incoming calls.
Sets forwarding all incoming calls
to another extension, when busy or
when you do not answer.
On-hook.
(→ext)
(→ext)
(→ext)
NEXT
Press the NEXT
(S3) button to go
to the next display.
Dial destination
extension number.
On-hook.
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Features on the Second Display
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
NEXT
Second Display
Call Forwarding
– Busy / No Answer
FWD-BSY/NA
FWD-CO Line
FWD-From
FWD-From Cancel
Sets forwarding incoming calls
to another extension when busy
or you do not answer.
MENU
PREV
(→ext)
(→dial)
(→ext)
(→ext)
NEXT
Call Forwarding
– to Outside Line
Sets forwarding all incoming
calls to an external party.
Press the PREV (S2) or
NEXT (S3) button to
go to the first display.
Dial destination
extension number.
Call Forwarding
– Follow Me
Dial line access code
(9 or 81 through 83).
Sets or cancels “Call
Forwarding – All Calls” from
the destination extension.
On-hook.
Set
Cancel
Dial destination
phone number and #.
Dial your
extension number.
On-hook.
On-hook.
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Special Display Features
Call Log, Incoming (KX-T7436 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7235 / KX-T7230 only)
When receiving a call from the outside line assigned to receive Caller ID service* calls,
the caller’s telephone number and name are displayed simultaneously. You can also
record the information in the call log.
If you do not answer a call, the extension automatically records the incoming outside call
information from the Caller ID service, and the SHIFT button indicator lights. Up to 15
calls can be logged per extension. When the call log is full (15 calls are stored), you can
select how the 16th call is treated. Either a new call can be disregarded or the new call
overwrites the oldest call. (Default: Record the new call.)
You can also modify and call back the logged numbers.
* The Caller ID service provides you with a caller’s information, such as his/her name and telephone
number, on the outside line assigned to receive Caller ID service calls. For more details, please consult
with your dealer.
Setting / Canceling for overwriting the call log
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (56).
2
5
6
3
1
4
or
0
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for setting (overwriting the call log)
- 0 : for canceling (disregarding the 16th call)
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Incoming Log On — (overwriting)
or
Incoming Log Off — (disregarding)
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
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4.4
Special Display Features
Logging a call information while talking
■ KX-T7433 / KX-T7230
■ KX-T7436 / KX-T7235
While receiving an incoming outside call,
the display shows the caller’s telephone
number and name.
While receiving an incoming outside call,
the display shows the caller’s telephone
number and name.
0111111111
JOHN WHITE
0111111111
JOHN WHITE
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
To answer, go off-hook.
To answer, go off-hook.
0111111111
INFO
Pressing the INFO (S1)
button provides you
with further information.
- once: caller’s name
- twice: call duration time
LOG
0111111111
JOHN WHITE
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
INFO
LOG
To record the
information
To see the call
duration time
To record the
information
Operating sequence
Note
1. To answer the call, go off-hook.
2. Press the LOG (S2) button to log the
information. Or press the INFO (S1)
button repeatedly to see the information
in detail.
• Pressing the SHIFT button before answering a
call provides you with more information about
the caller, outside line number and/or name.
• You can select either the initial display, Caller
ID or outside line name, by Station
Programming.
• After going off-hook, you can press the SHIFT
button to change the bottom line on the display
as follows:
CONT EFA ACCNT
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
Confirming and calling back
When the SHIFT indicator is red, there are calls logged.
■ KX-T7433 / KX-T7230
Second Display
To return to
the initial
display
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SHIFT
OLD7
NEW5
To see the confirmed
information
Sequence number
(01-15) and caller’s
number is displayed.
Once: KX-T7230
Twice: KX-T7433
To see the unconfirmed
information
01:011111111
INFO
SHIFT
CLR
NEXT
To modify the phone number,
press “ ” to erase and “0 through 9”
to add numbers from the first digit.
Operating sequence
Pressing the INFO (S1) button
provides you with further
information.
- once: sequence number (01-15)
/caller’s name
- twice: date/time/number of times
called (15 times max.)
- three times: outside line number
/outside line name
To see the
other caller’s
information
To call back, go off-hook.
1. Press the SHIFT button.
2. Press the OLD (S1) or NEW (S2)
button to see the confirmed or
unconfirmed information.
3. Press the NEXT (S3) or PREV (S3)
button to see other caller’s information.
Or press the INFO (S1) button repeatedly
to see the information in detail.
Or modify the number, if required.
4. To call back, go off-hook and then
press the CALL (S1) button.
Note
05:0011223344
CALL
• To delete the displayed number, press
the CLR (S2) button.
• The PREV (S3) and EXIT (S1) button
appears by pressing the SHIFT button
while confirming. The EXIT (S1) button
is used to return to the initial display.
• When a new call is logged, the display
changes to the second display automatically.
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4.4
Special Display Features
■ KX-T7436 / KX-T7235
Second Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
SHIFT
To return to
the initial
display
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
NEW5
OLD7
To see the confirmed
information
Once: KX-T7235
Twice: KX-T7436
To see the unconfirmed
information
CO2:AB COMPANY
0102030405
Bob Jones
Oct30 09:03PM
SEQ01 2 Calls
MENU
CLR
MENU
To modify the
phone number,
press “ ” to erase
and “0 through 9”
to add numbers
from the first digit.
SHIFT
NEXT
To see the
other caller’s
information
To call back, go off-hook.
outside line number/name
caller’s telephone number
caller’s name
date and time
sequence number (01-15)/
number of times called
(15 times max.)
Operating sequence
1. Press the SHIFT button.
2. Press the OLD (S1) or NEW (S2)
button to see the confirmed or
unconfirmed information.
3. Press the NEXT (S3) or PREV (S3)
button to see other caller’s information.
Or modify the number, if required.
4. To call back, go off-hook and then
press the CALL (S1) button.
Note
CO2:AB COMPANY
0102030405
Bob Jones
Oct30 09:03PM
SEQ01 2 Calls
CALL
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DPT Features
• To delete the displayed number, press the
CLR (S2) button.
• The PREV (S3) button appears by pressing
the SHIFT button while confirming.
• When a new call is logged, the display
changes to the second display
automatically.
4.4
Special Display Features
Conditions
• If a Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 call is forwarded by Call Forwarding, the data will be
logged at both the forwarding and forwarded extension.
• You can lock the display so that incoming call information is not shown on the display.
• If you modify the displayed telephone number, the new number will be memorized.
• With the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can set or cancel overwriting the
call log using the display operation.
Programming References
• System Programming (Section 2)
Initial Display Selection
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call log, incoming
[406] Caller ID Assignment
[417] Outside Line Name Assignment
Feature References
Call Log Lock, Incoming
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
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4.4
Special Display Features
Call Log Lock, Incoming (KX-T7436 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7235 / KX-T7230 only)
Allows you to lock the display of your extension so that the “Call Log, Incoming” feature
is not shown on the display, if you do not want others to see the information.
Locking
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
1
2. Dial the feature number (57).
2
7
5
3. Dial the lock code (000 through 999).
3
4. Dial the same lock code again.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Locked NO. : xxx
lock code
4
Lock code you dialed
5. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
lock code
5
Unlocking
1
1. Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE button.
2
2. Dial the feature number (57).
5
7
3
lock code
4
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3. Dial the same lock code you used to lock the extension.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• The display shows:
Unlocked
4. Hang up or press the SP-PHONE button.
DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
Conditions
• The operator or manager can unlock the call log display for any extension, if you forget
your lock code (Call Log Lock Control, Incoming).
• With the KX-T7433, KX-T7436 and KX-T7235, you can execute this feature using the
display operation.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[100] Flexible Numbering, Call log lock, incoming
[406] Caller ID Assignment
Feature References
Call Log, Incoming
Call Log Lock Control, Incoming (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
KX-T7235 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features – System Feature Access Menu
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4.4
Special Display Features
Call Log, Outgoing (KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
Last five outside calls you made are automatically logged. You can make a call using the
call log.
Initial Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
RING
BGM
CONT
<Example>
To select 111
1234567890
111
0987654
000111222333
100200300400500
CLR
MENU
NEXT
Making a call using a call log
Note
1. Press the Call Log (F5) button.
2. Press the Function button which is next
to the desired number.
• To delete all numbers, press the CLR (S2)
button.
• To return to the initial display, press the MENU
(S1) button.
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
KX-T7235 Display Features
A KX-T7235 telephone allows you to make a call or operate the features using the
display message with the Function buttons.
1) Call Directory
Extension Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
System Speed Dialing
2) System Feature Access Menu
The System Feature Access Menu provides a display of the system features which appear
in alphabetical order. The available features are as follows:
Absent Message Capability
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On),
Cancel
Background Music — External
Call Log, Incoming
Call Log Lock, Incoming
Call Park
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Call Pickup, Outside Line
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
Data Line Security
Door Opener
Doorphone Call
Electronic Station Lockout
Executive Busy Override Deny
Live Call Screening (LCS), Password Set
Log-In / Log-Out
Message Waiting
Night Service On / Off
Outgoing Message (OGM)
Paging — External
Paging — Group
Paging — ANSWER
Paralleled Telephone Connection
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Station Feature Clear
Timed Reminder
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up
Call)
Walking COS
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation Manual)
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
• Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Station Speed Dialing Number/Name Assignment
(KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
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4.4
Special Display Features
Call Directory
You can make a call using the call directory by pressing the desired button which is
corresponding to the display message. The example operations are shown below.
Initial Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
Extension Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
Makes an intercom call
using the directory.
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
RING
BGM
CONT
Makes a call to a party
stored in your phone.
<Example>
To select Beth
AB
C
DE
FG
HIJ
MENU
KL
MN
OPQR
S
T-Z
<Example>
To select Panasonic
System Speed Dialing
Makes a call to a party stored in
the system using the directory.
<Example>
To select Jack
Adam
Bob
Alice
Carol
Ann Parker
Casey
Ben Johns
Ched Ely
Beth
Chris
NEXT
PREV
MENU
AB
C
DE
FG
HIJ
MENU
Bob
Jim Kopp
Ronald
Zangril
Nancy
MENU
KME-soft
Panasonic
Police
Louisa
Home
NEXT
NEXT
KL
MN
OPQR
S
T-Z
9-123-4567
9111111
93333333
97777777
10
MENU
9-987-6543
9-5555555
9-999
9-4444444
9-1000001
NEXT
Harry
Jack
Henry
Janny
Hiroshi
Jimmy
Isaac
John
Ivy‘s shop
Johes
PREV
NEXT
MENU
Extension Dialing / System Speed Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
1. Press the Extension (F3) or SYS Speed
(F9) button.
2. Press the Function button which is next
to the desired alphabet.
3. Press the Function button which is next
to the desired name.
1. Press the STA Speed (F8) button.
2. Press the Function button which is next to the
desired name or number.
To alternate the display between name and
number, press the NEXT (S3) button.
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
System Feature Access Menu
You can access various features using the messages which are displayed in
alphabetical order.
To access the features, press the Feature (F4) button on the initial display first, and
search for the desired feature message by pressing the NEXT (S3) button. Then press
the Function button which is next to the desired feature message.
Features on the First Display
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
RING
BGM
CONT
First Display
Absent Message
Capability
Absent MSG Off
Absent MSG On
Busy Ovrd Deny
C.Pickup CO
C.Pickup Deny
PREV
MENU
Shows your message on
the calling party’s display.
Executive Busy
Override Deny
Cancel
Set
Denies or allows other
people from joining
your conversation.
Call Pickup,
Outside Line
Dial message
number (1 through 9).
Picks up an
outside call for
another extension.
On-hook.
Call Pickup
Deny
(→1-9)
(→1/0)
(→1/0)
NEXT
See the next page.
Denies or allows
other people
from picking up
your calls.
Dial 1 or 0.
Dial 1 or 0.
- 1: Deny
- 0: Allow
- 1: Deny
- 0: Allow
On-hook.
On-hook.
Enter the parameters,
if required.
On-hook.
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4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Second Display
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
Call Pickup,
Directed
Second Display
C.Pickup Direct
(→ext)
C.Pickup Group
C.Waiting
(→0-3)
Call Park
(→0-9)
Callback Busy Cancel
PREV
NEXT
MENU
Picks up a specified
extension’s call.
Call Park
Call Pickup –
Group
Places a call on
hold in a parking
area or retrieves it.
Picks up a call
within an
extension group.
Dial the ringing
extension’s number.
See the next page.
Call Waiting
Sets or cancels the
Call Waiting feature
(Call Waiting, OHCA
or Whisper OHCA).
Dial 1 through 3 or 0.
- 1: to set Call Waiting
- 2: to set OHCA
- 3: to set Whisper OHCA
- 0: to cancel (Off)
On-hook.
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DPT Features
Dial parking
zone number
(0 through 9).
Automaic
Callback Busy,
Cancel
Cancels the setting
which reserves a
busy line.
On-hook.
4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Third Display
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
Data Line Security
NEXT
Third Display
Refuses or accespts an
indication tone, e.g.
call waiting tone.
Data Line On/Off (→1/0)
Door Open
Doorphone Call
Extrn BGM On/Off
LCS Password
(→absabc)
PREV
NEXT
MENU
Door Opener
Doorphone Call
Unlocks the door.
Calls the doorphone.
Dial 1 or 0.
See the next page.
On-hook.
- 1: Set (On)
- 0: Cancel (Off)
On-hook.
Background
Music – External
LCS,
Password Set
(operator/manager only)
Sets or cancels the
password for the
Live Call Screening
feature.
Refer to the
corresponding feature
in Section 3.3,
“Operator / Manager
Service Features”.
Enter password
(000 through 999).
- twice: to set
- once: to cancel
On-hook.
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4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Fourth Display
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
Call Log Lock,
Incoming
Fourth Display
Denies or allows
other people from
seeing your
incoming call log.
Log Lock Call (→abcabc)
Log Ovrt On/Off
(→1/0)
Login/Logout
(→1/0)
Message Off
(→ext)
Message On
(→ext)
PREV
NEXT
MENU
Call Log,
Incoming
Selects whether
the 16th call is
disregarded or
overwrites the
oldest call.
Log-In / Log-Out
Joins or Leaves the
call receiving group.
See the next page.
Message Waiting
Leaves a message
notification.
Enter lock code
(000 through 999).
Dial 1 or 0.
Cancel
- twice: to deny
- once: to allow
Set
Dial 1 or 0.
- 1: overwrite (On)
- 0: disregard (Off)
On-hook.
On-hook.
- 1: Log-In (On)
- 0: Log-Out (Off)
Dial extension
number.
On-hook.
On-hook.
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Fifth Display
Answer Ext Page
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
(→1 4)
NEXT
Fifth Display
Night On/Off
OGM Playback
OGM Recording
Page-Ext Answer
Page-GRP Answer
PREV
MENU
Night Service
(operator/manager only)
Refer to the
corresponding feature
in Section 4.3,
“Operator / Manager
Service Features”.
Outgoing
Message (OGM)
(operator/manager only)
Refer to the
corresponding feature
in Section 4.3,
“Operator / Manager
Service Features”.
Paging – Answer
(→1/0)
NEXT
See the next page.
Answers a page sent to a
built-in speaker or a
particular external pager.
A page sent to a
built-in speaker
(Paging – Group)
A page sent to a
external pager
(Paging –
External)
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4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Sixth Display
Answer Ext Page
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
(→1 4)
NEXT
Sixth Display
Paging –
External
Paralleled Telephone
Connection
Pages through
an external
pager.
Sets the paralleled telephone
connection on or off.
Paging External
Paging Group
(→0-8)
Parallel On/Off
(→1/0)
Pickup Dialing
(→1/0)
Pickup DL Prg
(→..+ #)
PREV
NEXT
MENU
See the next page.
Dial 1 or 0.
Stores the number to call a
party by going off-hook and
sets or cancels this feature.
Paging –
Group
Pages to all or
particular
extension group.
Pickup Dialing
(Hot Line)
- 1: to set (On)
- 0: to cancel (Off)
Set / Cancel
Store
On-hook.
Dial 1 or 0.
Dial the extension group
number (1 through 8) or 0.
Enter phone
number and #.
- 1: Set (On)
- 0: Cancel (Off)
On-hook.
On-hook.
- 0: All extension groups.
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
Features on the Seventh Display
Answer Ext Page
Answer GRP-Page
PREV
MENU
Timed Reminder, Remote
(Wake-Up Call) (operator/manager only)
(→1 4)
NEXT
Refer to the corresponding feature in Section
4.3, “Operator / Manager Service Features”.
Seventh Display
Electronic
Staiton Lockout
Timed Reminder
Denies or allows
other people from
using your telephone.
Remote Timed Reminder
Station Lock (→abcabc)
Station Program Clear
Timed Reminder
Walking COS (→code+ext)
PREV
NEXT
MENU
Sets or cancels the
alarm ringing time.
Walking COS
Press the desired Function button
and enter the required parameters.
Enter lock code
(000 through 999).
Calls using your
privileges at another
extenison.
Returns to the
first display.
Time(hh:mm):7:00
AM/PM(0/1) :0
Daily Y/N(1/0) :0
- twice: to deny
- once: to allow
MENU
CLR
PROG
Parameters
- Time: (hh:mm):
hour (01 through 12)
minute (00 through 59)
- AM/PM: 0 (for AM) / 1 (for PM)
- Daily alarm: 1 (for Yes) / 0 (for No)
On-hook.
To set, press PROG (S3) button.
To cancel, press CLR (S2) button.
Station Feature Clear
Clears the features set at
your telephone.
Dial your extension
number.
Time(hh:mm):7:00
AM/PM(0/1) :0
Daily Y/N(1/0) :0
MENU
On-hook.
Enter password.
CLR
On-hook.
PROG
Dial the line access code
(if required) and
phone number.
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4.4
Special Display Features
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 Display Features
A KX-T7431, KX-T7433 and KX-T7436 telephones allow you to make a call or operate
the features using the display message.
1) Call Directory
Extension Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
System Speed Dialing
2) System Feature Access Menu
The System Feature Access Menu provides a display of the system features which appear
in alphabetical order. The available features are as follows:
Absent Message Capability
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On),
Cancel
Background Music — External
Call Log, Incoming
Call Log Lock, Incoming
Call Park
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Call Pickup, Outside Line
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
Data Line Security
Door Opener
Doorphone Call
Electronic Station Lockout
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DPT Features
Executive Busy Override Deny
Live Call Screening (LCS), Password Set
Log-In / Log-Out
Message Waiting
Night Service On / Off
Outgoing Message (OGM)
Paging — External
Paging — Group
Paging — ANSWER
Paralleled Telephone Connection
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Station Feature Clear
Timed Reminder
Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up
Call)
Walking COS
4.4
Special Display Features
Jog Dial Operation
You can search for desired items by using the Jog Dial on the corresponding display
menu. Rotate the Jog Dial in either direction as desired. The items will be displayed as
follows.
Left
Right
(counter-clockwise)
(clockwise)
To the previous
item
To the next
item
Jog Dial Operation Display
– KX-T7431
While idle, the display changes as follows by pressing the MODE button.
The Jog Dial operation is available in the second through seventh displays.
Initial Display
TUE OCT01 10:10A
MODE
Second Display
System Speed
MODE
Third Display
Station Speed
MODE
Forth Display
Extension
MODE
Fifth Display
Feature Access
MODE
Sixth Display
Ringer:***
MODE
Seventh Display
Seventh Display
Contrast:***
MODE
DPT Features
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4.4
Special Display Features
– KX-T7433
While idle, the bottom line of the display changes by pressing the SHIFT button as
follows. The Jog Dial operation is available in the third display.
Initial Display
Second Display
Third Display
CONT
RING
OLD6
NEW9
STA
EXT
BGM
SHIFT
SHIFT
FEAT
SHIFT
– KX-T7436
The Jog Dial operation is available after pressing a Function button on third and fourth
line. To use the Soft buttons, use the bottom line in the third display which appears by
pressing the SHIFT button as follows.
WED JAN01 03:00P
Initial Display
Second Display
Third Display
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
RING
BGM
CONT
OLD6
NEW9
STA
EXT
SHIFT
SHIFT
FEAT
SHIFT
Conditions
• The sixth and seventh displays of the KX-T7431 are used for the ringer volume and
display contrast adjustments. For details, refer to the “Initial Setting for KX-T7400
Series” (Section 1.1/Configuration).
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DPT Features
4.4
Special Display Features
Call Directory
There are three Call Directory features as follows.
DESCRIPTION
CONDITION
Extension Dialing
You can make an intercom
call using the directory.
Only items which have a
name assigned are displayed
in alphabetical order.
System Speed Dialing
You can make a call to a
party stored in the system
using the directory.
Station Speed Dialing
You can make a call to a
party stored in your phone.
FEATURE
Items which have a name
assigned are displayed by
priority in stored order. If a
name is not assigned, the
number is displayed. The
displaying mode, name or
number, can be assigned in
System Programming.
To use the Call Directory, you may shift the display to the Jog Dial Operation display by
pressing the SHIFT or MODE button first. Then follow the procedures on the following
pages.
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation Manual)
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (19)
• Station Programming (Personal Programming)
Station Speed Dialing Number/Name Assignment
(KX-T7431 / KX-T7433 / KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
DPT Features
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4.4
Special Display Features
■ KX-T7431
System Speed Dialing
Station Speed Dialing
Second Display
Third Display
Forth Display
Station Speed
Extension
System Speed
→John Smith
System Speed Dialing / Station Speed
Dialing / Extension Dialing
1. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
displayed.
2. Press the SELECT button or go off-hook.
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DPT Features
Extension Dialing
or
Note
• You can lift the handset or press the SPPHONE button instead of the SELECT
button.
• Press the MODE button to return to the
initial display.
• For System Speed Dialing and Extension
Dialing, before rotating the Jog Dial, you
can press the corresponding alphabet key
to select the desired letter.
<Example> Press 2 two times to display
“B” items.
4.4
Special Display Features
■ KX-T7433
Third Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
STA
Station Speed Dialing
→A d a m
Alice
MENU
→B o b J o n e s
Carol
MENU
CALL
EXT
System Speed Dialing
FEAT
Extension Dialing
→B o b J o n e s
Carol
MENU
CALL
CALL
or
or
System Speed Dialing
Note
1. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow.
2. Press the CALL (S3) button or go off-hook.
• For System Speed Dialing and Extension
Dialing, before rotating the Jog Dial, you
can press the corresponding alphabet key
to select the desired letter.
<Example> Press 2 two times to display
“B” items.
Station Speed Dialing / Extension Dialing
1. Press the STA (S1) or EXT (S2) button.
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow.
3. Press the CALL (S3) button or go off-hook.
DPT Features
4-189
4.4
Special Display Features
■ KX-T7436
– Using the Function button –
Initial Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
RING
BGM
CONT
System Speed Dialing
Extension Dialing
Yoshida
Zaydel
→Adam
Alice
Ann Parker
MENU
MENU
Ann Parker
Beth
→Bob Jones
Carol
Chris
MENU
MENU
CALL
NEXT
1. Press the Extension (F3), STA Speed
(F8) or SYS Speed (F9) button.
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item
is at the arrow.
3. Press the CALL (S3) button or go offhook.
DPT Features
CALL
NEXT
or
Extension Dialing / Station Speed Dialing
/ System Speed Dialing
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Station Speed Dialing
Note
• You can press the Function button (F1 through
F10) on the same line of the desired item
instead of the CALL (S3) button.
• For System Speed Dialing and Extension
Dialing, before rotating the Jog Dial, you can
press the corresponding alphabet key to select
the desired letter.
<Example> Press 2 two times to display “B”
items.
4.4
Special Display Features
– Using the Soft button or rotating Jog Dial directly –
Third Display
WED JAN01 03:00P
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
EXT
FEAT
STA
Station Speed Dialing
Yoshida
Zaydel
→Adam
Alice
Ann Parker
MENU
MENU
Ann Parker
Beth
→Bob Jones
Carol
Chris
MENU
MENU
System Speed Dialing
Extension Dialing
Yoshida
Zaydel
→Adam
Alice
Ann Parker
MENU
MENU
CALL
NEXT
or
CALL
NEXT
or
CALL
NEXT
System Speed Dialing
Note
1. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow.
2. Press the CALL (S3) button or go off-hook.
• You can press the Function button (F1
through F10) on the same line of the desired
item instead of the CALL (S3) button.
• For System Speed Dialing and Extension
Dialing, before rotating the Jog Dial, you can
press the corresponding alphabet key to select
the desired letter.
<Example> Press 2 two times to display “B”
items.
Station Speed Dialing / Extension Dialing
1. Press the STA (S1) or EXT (S2) button.
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow.
3. Press the CALL (S3) button or go off-hook.
DPT Features
4-191
4.4
Special Display Features
System Feature Access Menu
You can access the features which are displayed in alphabetical order.
To access the features, you may shift the display to the Jog Dial Operation display by
pressing the MODE or SHIFT button first. Then follow the procedures below.
To access the features while receiving a call (e.g. ringing, being paged), press the
INTERCOM button first. Then follow the procedures below.
■ KX-T7431
■ KX-T7433
■ KX-T7436
Fifth Display
Third Display
Third Display
Feature Access
WED JAN01 03:00P
WED JAN01 03:00P
STA
→BSY Ovr DNY 1/0
EXT
FEAT
Extension STA Speed
Features
SYS Speed
Call Log
EXT
FEAT
STA
→A B S T M S G O f f
ABST MSG On 1-9
SEL
MENU
Timed Reminder
Walking COS(→code+ext)
→Absent MSG Off
Absent MSG On
(→1-9)
Busy Ovrd Deny (→1/0)
MENU
SEL
NEXT
MENU
→B S Y O v r D N Y 1 / 0
C.Pickup CO
SEL
MENU
Busy Ovrd Deny
C.Pickup CO
→C.Pickup Deny
C.Pickup Direct
C.Pickup Group
MENU
MENU
If a parameter is required,
the feature name and
parameter will flash.
Enter a parameter,
if required.
If a parameter is required,
the feature name and
parameter will flash.
Enter a parameter,
if required.
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DPT Features
(→1/0)
(→1/0)
(→ext)
SEL
NEXT
If a parameter is required,
the parameter will flash.
Enter a parameter,
if required.
4.4
Special Display Features
KX-T7431
Note
1. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item
is displayed.
2. Press the SELECT button.
3. Enter the parameter, if required.
• When using a KX-T7436, you can press the
Function button (F1 through F10) on the
same line of the desired item instead of the
SEL (S3) button.
• When using a KX-T7436, you can press the
Feature (F4) button in any display (initial
through third).
• Before rotating the Jog Dial, you can press
the corresponding alphabet key to select the
desired letter.
<Example> Press 2 two times to display “B”
items.
KX-T7433
1. Press the FEAT (S3) button.
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item
is at the arrow.
3. Press the SEL (S3) button.
4. Enter the parameter, if required.
KX-T7436
1. Press the Features (F4) or FEAT (S3)
button.
2. Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item
is at the arrow.
3. Press the SEL (S3) button.
4. Enter the parameter, if required.
DPT Features
4-193
4.4
Special Display Features
System Feature List
You can access the following features which are displayed in alphabetical order.
The features marked “*” are only available with the operator and the manager.
For more details about the features, refer to the respective features in Section 4.2, “DPT
Features”, and Section 4.3, “Operator / Manager Service Features”.
DISPLAY
(KX-T7436)
(KX-T7431 / KX-T7433)
Absent MSG Off
ABST MSG Off
Absent MSG On
(→1-9)
ABST MSG On 1-9
Busy Ovrd Deny
(→1/0)
BSY Ovr DNY 1/0
C.Pickup Deny
(→1/0)
1/0
C.Pickup Direct (→ext)
C.PickupDRT
ext
Cancel the absent message.
— “Absent Message Capability”
Message number (1-9) +
parameter (if required)
Set an absent message.
— “Absent Message Capability”
1 (Deny) / 0 (Allow)
1 (Deny) / 0 (Allow)
Extension number
C.Pickup Group
None
C.Pickup GRP
C.Waiting
C.Waiting
(→0-3) 0: Cancel
1: Call Waiting
2: OHCA
0-3
3: Whisper OHCA
Call Park
Call Park
(→0-9)
0-9
Callback Busy Cancel
Callback Cancel
Data Line On/Off (→1/0)
Data Line
1/0
Door Open
Doorphone Call
Doorphone
4-194
DPT Features
FEATURE DESCRIPTION
None
None
C.Pickup CO
C.PickupDNY
REQUIRED
PARAMETERS
Deny or allow other people from joining your
conversation. — “Executive Busy Override Deny”
Pick up a CO call for another extension.
— “Call Pickup, CO Line”
Deny or allow other people from picking up
your calls. — “Call Pickup Deny”
Pick up a specific extension’s call.
— “Call Pickup, Directed”
Pick up a call within your extension group.
— “Call Pickup, Group”
Cancel or set the Call Waiting feature.
— “Call Waiting / OHCA / Whisper OHCA”
0-9: Parking zone number Place a call on hold in a system parking area.
— “Call Park”
None
Cancel the setting which reserves a busy line.
— “Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)”
1 (On) / 0 (Off)
Refuse (On) or accept (Off) an indication tone,
e.g. call waiting tone. — “Data Line Security”
None
Unlock the door.
— “Doorphone Call – Unlocking (door open)”
None
Call the doorphone. — “Doorphone Call”
4.4
Special Display Features
DISPLAY
(KX-T7436)
(KX-T7431 / KX-T7433)
Extrn BGM On/Off
REQUIRED
PARAMETERS
None
Ext-BGM On/Off
FEATURE DESCRIPTION
Turn on/off the background music.*
— “Background Music (BGM) – External”
LCS Password (→abcabc) abc: Password (000-999)
(To set: twice /
LCS #
abcabc
To cancel: once)
Set or cancel the password for the Live Call
Screening feature.
— “Live Call Screening (LCS)”
Log Lock Call (→abcabc) abc: Lock code (000-999)
(To deny: twice /
To allow: once)
Log Lock abcabc
Deny or allow other people from seeing your
call log. — “Call Log Lock, Incoming”
Log Ovrt On/Off (→1/0)
Select how the 32th call is treated, either it is
disregarded (Off) or overwrites (On) the oldest
call. — “Call Log, Incoming”
1 (On) / 0 (Off)
Log Ovrt
1/0
Login/Logout
Login/out
(→1/0)
1/0
Message Off
MSG Off
(→ext)
ext
Message On
MSG On
(→ext)
ext
Night On/Off
1 (Log-in) / 0 (Log-out)
Extension number
Cancel a notification.
— “Message Waiting”
Extension number
Leave a notification so that the called party
may call you back. — “Message Waiting”
(→1/0)
1 (On) / 0 (Off)
Night Mode
1/0
OGM Playback
Refer to the corresponding
feature in Section 4.3,
“Operator / Manager
Service Features”.
OGM Play
OGM Recording
OGM Record
Page-Ext Answer
Page-E ANS
Page-GRP Answer
Page Extrn
Paging Group
Page GRP
Change the day (Off) / night (On) mode.*
(Pre-assigned extension can also change the mode.)
— “Night Service”
Playback the outgoing message.*
— “Outgoing Message (OGM)”
Record an outgoing message.*
— “Outgoing Message (OGM)”
None
Answer the page through a speaker.
— “Paging – ANSWER”
None
Answer the page through a telephone in the
same extension group. — “Paging – ANSWER”
None
Page through the speaker.
— “Paging – External”
Page-GRP ANS
Paging External
Join (Log-in) or leave (Log-out) the call
receiving group. — “Log-In / Log-Out”
(→0-8) 0: All extension groups
Page to all or a particular extension group.
1-8: Extension group number — “Paging – Group”
0-8
DPT Features
4-195
4.4
Special Display Features
DISPLAY
(KX-T7436)
(KX-T7431 / KX-T7433)
REQUIRED
PARAMETERS
FEATURE DESCRIPTION
1 (On) / 0 (Off)
Set whether a single line telephone connected
in parallel will ring (On) or not (Off) when
receiving a call.
— “Paralleled Telephone Connection”
1 (Set) / 0 (Cancel)
Set or cancel the feature, calling to a pre-set
party by going off-hook. — “Pickup Dialing”
Phone number + #
Store the extension or phone number to call a
party by going off-hook. — “Pickup Dialing”
Parallel On/Off (→1/0)
Parallel
1/0
Pickup Dialing
(→1/0)
Pickup Dial 1/0
Pickup DL Prg
(→..+#)
Pickup DL PG..#
Remote Timed Reminder
R-Timed Remind
Station Lock (→abcabc)
St.Lock
abcabc
Station Program Clear
Refer to the corresponding
feature in Section 4.3,
“Operator / Manager
Service Features”.
Set the alarm ringing time for any extension.*
— “Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up Call)”
abc: Lock code (000-999)
(To deny: twice /
To allow: once)
Deny other people from using your telephone.
— “Electronic Station Lockout”
None
STA. Prog Clear
Clear the features set at your telephone.
— “Station Feature Clear”
Timed Reminder
Set the alarm ringing time.
KX-T7436
Refer to the corresponding — “Timed Reminder”
feature on page 4-184.
KX-T7431 / KX-T7433
To set: 1 + Hour (01-12)
+ Minute (00-59) +
(0: AM / 1: PM) +
(0: one time / 1: daily)
To cancel: 0
To confirm: 2
Walking COS (→code+ext)
Password +
your extension number +
line access code (if
required) + phone number
WK.COS code+ext
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DPT Features
Call using your privileges at another extension.
— “Walking COS”
Section 5
Standard Telephone Features
Contents
5.1
5.2
Basic Operation ...................................................................5-2
Making Calls.........................................................................5-2
Receiving Calls .....................................................................5-3
Standard Telephone Features (A - Z) .................................5-4
<Note>
If you use a dial pulse (DP) type standard telephone:
It is not possible to perform features which have “ ” or “#” in their
feature numbers.
When the “Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)” feature is set on your telephone, the
dialing sequence should be done within a certain period of time (Pickup
Dial Waiting Time — default: 1 sec.) after lifting the handset. To change
the time, System Programming is required. For programming instructions,
please consult with your dealer.
In this manual, the default feature numbers are used to describe each
operation and illustration. Use new programmed numbers if you have
changed a number by System Programming.
5.1
Basic Operation
Making Calls
Intercom Calling
Allows you to make a call to another extension.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the extension number.
2
extension number
Outward Dialing
Allows you to make a call to an outside party using one of the following line access
methods:
1.) Line Access, Automatic
2.) Line Access, Individual
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
9
: Line Access, Automatic
- 81 through 83 : Line Access, Individual
line access code
3. Dial the phone number.
3
phone number
5-2
Standard Telephone Features
5.1
Basic Operation
Feature References
Intercom Calling
Outward Dialing, Line Access
Receiving Calls
1
1. Lift the handset.
Standard Telephone Features
5-3
A
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Absent Message Capability
Allows you to show the reason for your absence, if the calling extension uses a Panasonic
proprietary telephone with a display.
This way the caller will know when you can be reached. You can choose one of nine
messages. If required, any message can be changed by System Programming.
Message No.
Message
1
Will Return Soon
2
Gone Home
3
At Ext %%
Extension number
Back at %%:%%
Minute
4
Hour
Out until %%/%%
Day
Month
5
6
In a Meeting
7
8
9
Note: Enter the desired value in the “%” space. You must make an
entry in all of the %s using 0 through 9, # or .
5-4
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
A
Setting
Message 1. “Will Return Soon”
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 1.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
Message 2. “Gone Home”
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 2.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
Message 3. “At Ext %%” (extension number)
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 3.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you will be.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
Standard Telephone Features
5-5
A
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Message 4. “Back at %% : %%” (time)
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 4.
2
3. Enter the hour (00 through 23) and minute (00 through 59).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
hour and minute
4
Message 5. “Out until %% / %%” (month/day)
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 5.
2
3. Enter the month (01 through 12) and day (01 through 31).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
month and day
4
5-6
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
A
Message 6. “In a Meeting”
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 6.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
Messages 7, 8, and 9. (Programmable)
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (750) and the desired message
number (7 through 9).
(X: 7 through 9)
3
3. Enter the parameters (extension number, time, month/day,
etc.), if required.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
parameters
4
Standard Telephone Features
5-7
A
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Canceling
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (750) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
3. Hang up.
Conditions
• Regarding Message 3;
1) If the extension number you want to enter has more than the number of “%”
characters, refer to System Programming to change the setting.
2) If the extension number you want to enter has less than the number of “%”
characters, fill the remaining “%” characters with “#” or “ ”.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[008] Absent Messages
5-8
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
A
Account Code Entry
An Account Code is used to identify outside calls for accounting and billing purposes.
The account code is appended to the “Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)” call
record. For incoming outside calls, account codes are not required. For outgoing outside
calls, account codes are often required. You can enter account codes in the following
three modes.
Verified - All Calls mode: You must always enter the specified account code.
Verified - Toll Restriction Override mode: You may enter the specified account code so
that you can override toll restriction.
Option mode: You may enter any account code.
One mode is selected for each extension on a “Class of Service*” basis.
Entering account codes
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (49).
• A tone is not returned.
2
3. Dial the account code and #.
• You may dial 99 instead of “#”.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
account code and #
4. Enter the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
4
5. Dial the phone number.
line access code
5
phone number
Standard Telephone Features
5-9
A
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Conditions
• In Verified - All Calls mode, you must always enter a pre-assigned account code when
making any of the following calls unless it has previously been stored in memory.
a) Call Forwarding — to Outside Line
b) Manual Dialing (Selecting an outside line)
c) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
d) Redial, Last Number
e) Station Speed Dialing
f) System Speed Dialing
• In Option mode, it is possible to record a calling or called party’s account code in the
SMDR.
• It is not possible to enter an account code during a conversation or while hearing a
reorder tone.
• Pressing “ ” while entering an account code allows you to clear the number and re-enter.
• Flashing the hookswitch while entering an account code cancels the entry.
• An account code can be up to ten numeric digits (0 through 9). After entering an
account code, the delimiter “#” or “99” must be entered (the entered account code
should not be “99” or end with “9”).
• An account code can be stored into Memory Dialing (“Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)”,
“System/Station Speed Dialing”, “Call Forwarding — to Outside Line”). The sequence
to enter an account code into Memory Dialing is as follows:
— [Feature Number] [Account Code] [#] [Line Access Code] [Phone Number]
or
— [Feature Number] [Account Code] [99] [Line Access Code] [Phone Number]
• If an entered account code does not match a stored account code when making an
outside call, a reorder tone is returned.
• If you use an account code which is for a private call, the phone number of the
destination is not recorded on SMDR.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[105] Account Codes
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) (→ see Installation Manual)
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
* Class of Service (COS) is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of extensions.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
5-10
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
A
Alternate Calling — Ring / Voice
Allows you to select ring or voice calling when making an intercom call. In Ring-Calling
mode, you can call the other party with a ring tone. While in Voice-Calling mode, you
can talk to the other party, immediately after a confirmation tone.
Alternating (to Voice-Calling mode)
If the called extension is set to Ring-Calling mode, you hear a
ringback tone.
1. Press .
• You hear a confirmation tone when it is changed to VoiceCalling mode.
1
Alternating (to Ring-Calling mode)
If the called extension is set to Voice-Calling mode, you hear a
confirmation tone.
1. Press .
• You hear a ringback tone when it is changed to Ring-Calling
mode.
1
Conditions
• The default is Ring-Calling mode.
• You can switch the desired calling mode only once during a call.
• If the party you are calling is using a standard telephone, only Ring-Calling mode is
available.
Feature References
Intercom Calling
Standard Telephone Features
5-11
A
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
You can set to receive callback ringing when the dialed line becomes idle. When you
answer the callback ringing;
For an extension: The called extension starts ringing without dialing.
For an outside line: The line is seized.
Setting
If you make a call and hear a busy tone;
1. Dial 6.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a reorder tone.
1
2
2. Hang up.
• Wait until your telephone rings back.
Answering an intercom recall
If you hear the telephone ringing;
1. Lift the handset.
• You hear a ringback tone and the called extension rings
automatically.
1
Answering an outside line recall
If you hear the telephone ringing;
1. Lift the handset.
• You hear a dial tone.
1
2. Dial the phone number of the outside party.
2
phone number
5-12
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
A
Canceling
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (46).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
Conditions
• If you do not answer before four callback ring signals (within 10 seconds), this feature
will be canceled.
• If the called extension becomes busy again after the callback ringing starts, the ringing
stops but this feature will be executed again when the extension becomes free.
Standard Telephone Features
5-13
B
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
The busy extension that you called will hear three beeps and know that you are waiting.
If you make an intercom call and hear a busy tone;
1. Dial 1.
• Wait for an answer and talk.
1
Conditions
• To answer the signal from the calling extension, see “Call Waiting” in this manual.
• If “BSS” is not displayed or you hear a reorder tone when you set this feature, this
feature will not be set at the called party. This feature is only available if the called
extension has set the “Call Waiting” feature.
• Depending on the party’s telephone, the “Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)”
function can be applied. You can talk to the party through the speaker and the
microphone while the party is having another conversation using the handset.
Feature References
Call Waiting
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
5-14
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
C
Call Forwarding — SUMMARY
Automatically transfers incoming calls to another extension or to an external destination.
The following types are available:
Type
Description
Call Forwarding
— All Calls
All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension.
Call Forwarding
— Busy
All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension when
your extension is busy.
Call Forwarding
— No Answer
All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension when
you do not answer the call.
Call Forwarding
— Busy/No Answer
All incoming calls are forwarded to another extension when
you do not answer or when your extension is busy.
Call Forwarding
— to Outside Line
Incoming calls are forwarded to an outside line.
Call Forwarding
— Follow Me
Allows you to set the “Call Forwarding — All Calls” feature
from another extension.
Note: You can also set Voice Mail as the forwarding destination. Refer to “Voice Mail
Integration” in this manual.
Conditions
• To cancel Call Forwarding features, refer to “Call Forwarding — CANCEL” in this
manual.
• Call Forwarding can only be extended to one target telephone. For example, extension
A is forwarded to extension B, and extension B is forwarded to extension C. A call to
extension A is forwarded to extension B, but the call would not be forwarded to
extension C. Consequently, extension B is treated as the final destination of Call
Forwarding.
Ext A
(Yes)
Ext B
(No)
Ext C
Standard Telephone Features
5-15
C
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
• Setting a new “Call Forwarding” function (All Calls, Busy, Busy/No Answer, etc.)
cancels any other “Call Forwarding” functions and the “Do Not Disturb (DND)” feature
which have been set beforehand.
• A floating extension such as a DISA (Direct Inward System Access) or external pager
cannot be programmed as the forwarding destination.
• Two extensions can set each other as the destination extension. In this case, an
intercom call to the other party while he/she is absent will not be forwarded back to the
original extension.
• Confirmation tone 2 (two beeps) is sent when the previously programmed data is the
same as the new data. If it is not, a confirmation tone 1 (one beep) is sent. Refer to the
“Tone List” in the Appendix (Section 7).
• You can call the original extension from the Call Forwarding destination extension.
(Boss Secretary)
Feature References
Call Forwarding — CANCEL
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Voice Mail Integration
Call Forwarding — All Calls
You can re-direct all of your calls to another extension.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 2.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you wish to forward the call.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
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Call Forwarding — Busy
You can forward calls to another extension when your extension is busy.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 3.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you wish to forward the call.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
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Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — No Answer
Your calls are forwarded to another extension when you do not answer the call within a
pre-determined time.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 4.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you wish to forward the call.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[202] Call Forwarding — No Answer Time
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Call Forwarding — Busy / No Answer
You can forward your calls to another extension when your extension is busy or when
you do not answer the call within a pre-determined time.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 5.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you wish to forward the call.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[202] Call Forwarding — No Answer Time
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Standard Telephone Features
Call Forwarding — to Outside Line
You can forward your calls to an external party.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 6.
2
3. Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
3
4. Dial the phone number where you wish to forward the call.
line access code
5. Dial #.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4
phone number
6. Hang up.
5
6
Conditions
• If an incoming outside call is forwarded to an outside line, the “Outside-to-Outside
Line Call Duration Time” is applied to the call and the line will be disconnected when
it expires (default: 10 min.).
• Up to sixteen digits (including the line access code) can be programmed.
• “Class of Service” programming determines the extensions that can perform this
feature.
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Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[504] Call Forwarding to Outside Line
[601] Class of Service
Call Forwarding — Follow Me
You can set the “Call Forwarding” feature from the destination extension. This is useful
if you forget to set “Call Forwarding — All Calls” before you leave your desk.
Setting
– at the destination extension;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 7.
3
3. Dial your extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
your extension number
4
Conditions
• This feature can be canceled at your extension or the destination extension.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[991] COS Additional Information
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Call Forwarding — CANCEL
There are two canceling methods for “Call Forwarding”. The canceling depends on the
Call Forwarding type that has been assigned.
Canceling Call Forwarding at your (original) extension
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
2
3. Hang up.
3
Canceling Call Forwarding at the destination extension — “Follow Me (All Calls)” only
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710) and 8.
2
3. Dial your extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
your extension number
4
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Call Hold
Allows you to place a call on hold.
To place a call on hold
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
1
2. Dial the feature number (50).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
• You may replace the handset.
2
Retrieving a call on hold
– at the holding extension;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (50).
2
Conditions
• To retrieve a call on hold at another extension, refer to “Call Hold Retrieve” in this
manual.
• If a held call is not retrieved within the specific period of time (default: 60 sec.), “Hold
Recall” occurs.
• If a held outside call is not answered with in thirty minutes, it is automatically
disconnected.
• Either an outside or intercom call can be placed on hold at the same time.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[200] Hold Recall Time
Feature References
Call Hold Retrieve
Hold Recall (→ see Installation Manual)
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Standard Telephone Features
Call Hold Retrieve
Allows you to retrieve a call that has been placed on hold by another extension.
Retrieving an outside call on hold
– at another extension;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (53).
3
3. Dial the held outside line number (1 through 3)
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
held outside line number
Retrieving an intercom call on hold
– at another extension;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (51).
3
3. Dial the holding extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
holding extension number
Conditions
• “Call Park” cannot be retrieved by this feature.
• A confirmation tone is audible when the call is retrieved. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Call Hold
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Call Park
Allows you to place a held call into a system parking area. You can be released from the
parked call to perform other operations. The parked call can be retrieved by any
extension user. Up to ten calls can be parked.
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (52).
3
3. Dial a parking zone number (0 through 9).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone when the
call is parked.
• If you hear a busy tone, it indicates the specified parking
zone is unavailable.
• It is not necessary to redial the feature number to change the
parking zone. Just enter the parking zone number while
hearing the busy tone.
parking zone number
Retrieving a parked call
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (52).
2
3
parking zone number
3. Dial the parking zone number (0 through 9) where the call is
parked.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional) and then you can
talk to the party.
• You will hear a reorder tone if there is no held call.
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Conditions
• If a parked call is not retrieved within the specific period of time (default: 12 rings),
“Call Park Recall” occurs. If a parked call is an outside call, it is possible to select
whether “Call Park Recall” will go to the initiating extension or to Operator 1 by
System Programming. If a parked call is an intercom call, the “Call Park Recall” will
return to the initiating extension.
• If a parked call is not retrieved within thirty minutes, it is automatically disconnected.
• A confirmation tone is audible when a parked call is retrieved. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[219] Call Park Recall
[990] System Additional Information, Fields, (11), (16)
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Call Pickup, Directed
Allows you to answer an incoming call ringing at any other extension.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (41).
2
3. Dial the extension number where the call is ringing.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can talk to the caller.
3
extension number
Conditions
• Doorphone calls can be picked up from extensions that are not programmed to answer
doorphone calls.
• If you receive a call waiting tone during a conversation, you may ask a third party to
pickup up your second call by Directed Call Pickup.
• A confirmation tone is audible when a call is picked up. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Call Pickup Deny
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Standard Telephone Features
Call Pickup, Group
Allows you to answer a call that is ringing at another telephone within your extension
group.
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (40).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can talk to the caller.
Conditions
• You can pick up an incoming outside, intercom or doorphone call.
• If you receive a call waiting tone during a conversation, you may ask a third party to
pickup up your second call by Directed Call Pickup.
• A confirmation tone is audible when a call is picked up. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[602] Extension Group Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
Extension Group (→ see Installation Manual)
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Call Pickup, Outside Line
Allows you to answer an incoming outside call that is ringing at another extension.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (4 ).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can talk to the caller.
2
Conditions
• If you receive a call waiting tone during a conversation, you may ask a third party to
pickup up your second call by Directed Call Pickup.
• A confirmation tone is audible when a call is picked up. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Call Pickup Deny
Call Waiting
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Call Pickup Deny
Allows you to prevent another extension from picking up your calls with the “Call
Pickup” feature.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (720).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
Feature References
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Call Pickup, Outside Line
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Call Splitting
Allows you to talk to two different parties alternately. If a call comes in while you are
already on the line, you can place the current call on hold and have a conversation with
another party.
Having a conversation while having another call on hold temporarily (Consultation Hold*)
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The first held call is released.
• Flashing this switch alternates between the callers.
1
Conditions
• This feature does not work during a doorphone call or paging.
Feature References
Call Hold
Consultation Hold* (→ see Installation Manual)
* Consultation Hold places a call on hold temporarily to transfer it or makes a Conference call or Call
Splitting.
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Call Transfer — to Extension
Allows you to transfer the call you received to another extension. There are two ways.
Screened Call Transfer: The destination confirms the transfer before you send it.
Unscreened Call Transfer: The line is released after transferring the call without
confirmation.
Screened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The other party is placed on hold.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
1
2
2. Dial the extension number where the call will be transferred.
• You hear a ringback tone.
extension number
3
3. Wait for an answer and announce.
4
4. Hang up.
• The call is transferred.
Unscreened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The other party is placed on hold.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
1
2
extension number
3
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2. Dial the extension number where the call will be transferred.
• You hear a ringback tone.
• Ringing starts at the destination extension.
3. Hang up.
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Conditions
• If you want to return to the held call, flash the hookswitch before the destination
extension answers.
• If the destination extension does not answer the call within twelve rings (default),
“Transfer Recall” occurs. If the transferred call is an outside call, it is possible to select
whether Transfer Recall will go to the initiating extension or to Operator 1 by System
Programming.
• If there is no answer for thirty minutes after “Transfer Recall” starts, the line is
disconnected.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[201] Transfer Recall Time
[990] System Additional Information, Field (11)
Feature References
Transfer Recall (→ see Installation Manual)
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Call Transfer — to Outside Line
Allows you to transfer the call you received to an external party.
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The other party is placed on hold.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
1
2
2. Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
line access code
3. Dial the phone number where the call will be transferred.
3
phone number
4. Wait for an answer and announce.
4
5. Hang up.
• The call is transferred.
5
Conditions
• If you want to return to the held call, flash the hookswitch.
• Execution of this feature is determined by the “Class of Service” assigned to the extension.
• If a call between two external parties is established, an alarm tone is sent to both parties
fifteen seconds before the assigned duration time limit (default: 10 min.). “Hold
Recall” is generated to the transferring extension fifty seconds before the time out.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[503] Call Transfer to Outside Line
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Hold Recall (→ see Installation Manual)
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Call Waiting
During a conversation, a Call Waiting tone informs you that there is a call waiting. You
can answer the second call by disconnecting or placing the current call on hold.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (731).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
To talk to the new party by terminating the current call
1
2
While hearing a Call Waiting tone;
1. Hang up.
• The current call is disconnected.
2. Lift the handset.
• You can talk to the new caller.
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Standard Telephone Features
To talk to the new party by holding the current call
While hearing a Call Waiting tone;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (50).
• The current call is placed on hold.
• You hear a dial tone.
3
3. Hang up.
4
4. Lift the handset.
• You can talk to the new caller.
Conditions
• A Call Waiting tone is generated at the extension under the following conditions.
1) When an outside call is received
2) When another extension executes the “Busy Station Signaling (BSS)” feature.
• If the called party has a telephone which can activate “Off-Hook Call Announcement
(OHCA)”, this feature is overridden.
• Setting “Data Line Security” temporarily cancels this feature.
Feature References
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Data Line Security
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
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Call Waiting from Central Office
During a conversation, a Call Waiting tone offered by your Central Office signals there is
a call waiting. You can respond to the call by placing the first call on hold.
While hearing a Call Waiting tone through the handset;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (6).
• You can talk to the new caller.
Conditions
• You can return to the original party by repeating steps (1 and 2).
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Conference
During a two-party conversation, you can add a third party to make a three-party
conference. The members of a conference on a line may be three extensions, one
extension and two outside lines, or two extensions and one outside line.
To establish a conference
During a two-party conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
2. Dial the phone number of the third party.
• You must dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83) as
the leading digit, when calling an outside party.
2
phone number
3. Flash the hookswitch after the third party answers.
3
4. Dial 3.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• A three-party conference is now established.
4
To leave the conference
1
1. Hang up.
• The other two parties may continue their conversation.
• If the other two parties are both outside lines, they will be
disconnected.
To talk to the original party while holding the third party
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1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can talk to the original party.
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Conditions
• You can return to the original party before the third party answers by flashing the
hookswitch.
• Up to six conference calls are allowed simultaneously.
• A conference call can also be established by “Executive Busy Override”.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a confirmation tone
is sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Feature References
Executive Busy Override — Extension
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Standard Telephone Features
Data Line Security
Your extension is protected against interruptions from the “Call Waiting”, “Hold Recall”,
and “Extension Busy Override” features. Data communication devices, such as
computers and facsimiles, operate uninterrupted.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (730).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
Feature References
Call Waiting
Executive Busy Override — Extension
Hold Recall (→ see Installation Manual)
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Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Allows an outside caller to access specific system features as if the caller is an extension in
the system. A DISA outgoing message gives outside callers assistance, such as listing the
extension numbers in the system.
You also have the option of dialing route for extension using a one digit number (DISA
built-in auto attendant number) via DISA calls.
Calling an extension
1. Dial the DISA phone number.
• You hear a ringback tone.
1
DISA phone number
2. You hear the DISA outgoing message.
2
3. Dial the extension number.
• You hear a ringback tone.
3
extension number
Conditions
• An outside caller is not allowed to call an outside party via the system.
• When there is no answer for the incoming intercom call before the “Intercept Time”
expires, “Intercept Routing” starts or the call will be disconnected after ten seconds.
• “Intercept Routing” starts five seconds after the DISA outgoing message is sent, if
nothing has been dialed. The call is disconnected when the “No Answer Time”
(default: 3 rings) expires, or when there is no destination for “Intercept Routing”.
• This system supports up to ten programmable DISA built-in auto attendant numbers.
Each number must be one digit.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[202] Call Forwarding — No Answer Time
[203] Intercept Time
[206] Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day/Night
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day/Night
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Standard Telephone Features
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
[815] DISA Built-in Auto Attendant
[990] System Additional Information, Field (34)
Feature References
Intercept Routing (→ see Installation Manual)
Outgoing Message (OGM) (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
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Do Not Disturb (DND)
Allows you to prevent other parties from disturbing you. Your extension will not receive
intercom or outside calls.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (710).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
Conditions
• DND works for paging — group and an incoming doorphone call.
• A calling extension that has “Do Not Disturb (DND) Override” enabled can override
your extension when it is set to the “Do Not Disturb (DND)” mode.
Feature References
Call Forwarding
Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
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Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
Allows you to call an extension even though the “Do Not Disturb (DND)” feature is set.
System Programming is required to use this feature.
If you make an intercom call and hear a Do Not Disturb (DND)
tone;
1. Dial 1.
• Wait for an answer.
1
Conditions
• If you hear a reorder tone after dialing 1, this means the “Do Not Disturb (DND)
Override” feature is not set at your extension.
• You must dial 1 within ten seconds after hearing the Do Not Disturb (DND) tone.
• “Class of Service” programming determines the extensions that can perform this
feature.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[507] Do Not Disturb Override
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Do Not Disturb (DND)
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Doorphone Call
Allows you to have a conversation with a visitor at your doorphone. You can also unlock
the door from your telephone.
Calling an extension from a doorphone
1
1. Press the Doorphone button.
• The visitor hears a beep.
• Wait for an answer and talk.
Answering a doorphone call
1
When you hear the doorphone ring tone at the extension;
1. Lift the handset.
Calling a doorphone
1
2
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the feature number (31).
• You can talk after you hear a confirmation tone.
To unlock the door from an assigned extension
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (55).
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The door is left unlocked for 5 seconds.
3
3. Hang up.
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To unlock the door while talking to the doorphone from any extension
1
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
2
2. Dial 5.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
• The door is left unlocked for 5 seconds.
3
3. Hang up.
Conditions
• You must dial 5 within ten seconds after flashing the hookswitch.
• If you do not answer an incoming doorphone call within thirty seconds, the call is
canceled.
• You must program the extensions that can receive calls from each doorphone for day
and night mode.
• It is possible for any extension users to call a doorphone.
• The door can be unlocked by the following:
1) Extensions that are programmed to receive doorphone calls.
2) Any extension that is engaged in a doorphone call.
• The door opener will open the door, even if a doorphone is not installed.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[607]–[608] Doorphone Ringing Assignment — Day/Night
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Electronic Station Lockout
Allows you to lock your extension so that other users cannot make outside calls from
your extension.
Locking
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (77).
2
3. Dial the lock code (000 through 999).
3
lock code
4
4. Dial the same lock code again.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
5. Hang up.
lock code
5
Unlocking
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (77).
2
3. Dial the same lock code you used to lock the extension.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
lock code
4. Hang up.
4
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Conditions
• If another user tries to access an outside line from a locked extension, the user hears a
reorder tone.
• An extension assigned as an operator or manager can set and cancel this function for
another extension (Remote Station Lock Control).
• “Remote Station Lock Control” overrides this feature. If an operator or manager sets
Remote Station Lock on the extension you have already locked, you cannot unlock it.
Feature References
Remote Station Lock Control (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
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Emergency Call
Allows you to dial out a pre-assigned emergency number after seizing an outside line.
Up to ten emergency dial numbers can be stored per system.
Dialing
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83).
• You hear a dial tone.
2
3. Dial the emergency number.
line access code
3
emergency number
Conditions
• The emergency number “911” is already stored. System Programming is required to
store other emergency numbers.
• An emergency call is allowed even in the following cases;
— in Account Code – Verified (All Calls, Toll Restriction Override) mode
— in any toll restriction level
— in Electronic Station Lockout
• If your telephone is connected to a host PBX, you must dial the host PBX line access
code after step 2.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[334] Emergency Dial Number Set
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Executive Busy Override — Extension
Allows you to connect to an existing intercom (extension) call.
If you make an intercom call and while hearing a busy tone;
1. Dial 2.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• A three-party conference is now established.
1
To leave the conference
1. Hang up.
• The other two parties continue their conversation.
1
Conditions
• This feature does not work when “Data Line Security” or “Executive Busy Override
Deny” is set at either or both of the other parties.
• “Class of Service” programming determines the extensions that can enable this feature.
• When a two-party call is changed to a three-party call or vice versa, a confirmation tone
is sent to all three parties. Eliminating the tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[505] Executive Busy Override
[601] Class of Service
[990] System Additional Information, Field (13)
Feature References
Conference
Data Line Security
Executive Busy Override Deny
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Executive Busy Override Deny
Allows you to prevent other extension users from interrupting your conversation.
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (733).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone.
4. Hang up.
Conditions
• “Class of Service” programming determines the extensions that can enable this feature.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[506] Executive Busy Override Deny
Feature References
Executive Busy Override — Extension
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Standard Telephone Features
External Feature Access
Allows you to access special features (e.g., Call Waiting) offered by a host PBX, Centrex
or Central Office. This feature is effective only during an outside call.
During a conversation with an outside party;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• The current call is placed on hold.
1
2. Dial the feature number (6).
2
3. Dial the code of the desired service.
3
code
Conditions
• The “Flash Time” must be assigned as required by the Centrex, host PBX, or outside
line.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[413] Flash Time
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Standard Telephone Features
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Intercom Calling
Allows you to make a call to another extension.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the extension number.
2
3. Start talking.
extension number
3
4. Hang up after the conversation is completed.
4
Conditions
• After dialing an extension number, you will hear one of the following tones:
Ringback tone: Indicates the destination extension is being called.
Confirmation tone: Indicates you can perform voice calling (e.g. paging).
Busy tone: Indicates the destination extension is busy.
Do Not Disturb (DND) tone: Indicates the destination extension has set the
“Do Not Disturb (DND)” feature.
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation Manual)
[003] Extension Number Set
[004] Extension Name Set
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Lockout
If one party in a conversation goes on-hook, they are both disconnected from the speech
path automatically. A reorder tone is sent to the off-hook party before it is disconnected.
No operation is necessary.
Log-In / Log-Out
Allows you to assign the Log-In mode or Log-Out mode within a hunting, ring or UCD
(Uniform Call Distribution) group. When in the Log-Out mode, you can leave the group
temporarily, preventing hunting calls from being sent to your extension.
Log-In / Log-Out
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (45).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for Log-In mode
- 0 : for Log-Out mode
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
Conditions
• The default is “Log-In” mode.
• There should be at least one extension that is in Log-In mode.
Feature References
Station Hunting (→ see Installation Manual)
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
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Standard Telephone Features
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Message Waiting
When the called extension is busy or does not answer your call, you can leave a
notification so that the called party may call you back. As a message receiver, the
MESSAGE button light and an indication tone which you will hear when going offhook let you know that a call has been received. Standard telephone users may hear a
special ring tone as notification. If you receive notification, you can call back the
original party with a simple operation.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 1.
2
3. Dial the extension number where calls will be left.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4. Hang up.
extension number
4
Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 0.
2
3. Dial the extension number where you left a message.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
4 Hang up.
extension number
4
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Calling back the message notification sender
1. Lift the handset.
• You hear dial tone 4*.
1
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 2.
2
3. Start talking.
• The message is cleared after the conversation.
3
Clearing all message notifications by the message receiver
1. Lift the handset.
• You hear a dial tone 4*.
1
2. Dial the feature number (70) and 0.
2
3 Dial your (message receiver’s) extension number.
• All messages are cleared.
3
your extension number
Conditions
• If multiple message notifications are left at your extension, call back is executed in the
order received.
• The system supports a maximum of 16 simultaneous messages. If you try to set the
17th message, you will hear a reorder tone.
• The Message Waiting ring interval time can be changed by System Programming
(default: 0 - no ring).
• You can select the Message Waiting ring type by System Programming.
* One of the dial tones. Refer to the “Tone List” in the Appendix (Section 7).
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[216] Message Waiting Ring Interval Time
[990] System Additional Information, Field (40)
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Standard Telephone Features
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Night Service
This system supports both the Night and Day modes of operation. The system operation
for originating and receiving calls can be different in Night and Day modes. “Night
Service” can only be set by the operator and manager.
Conditions
• The Day/Night mode is automatically switched at a predetermined time (default: 9:00
a.m. for all days of the week; 5:00 p.m. for all nights of the week), if automatic
switching mode is selected in System Programming.
Feature References
Night Service On/Off (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Allows you to signal a busy extension that your call is waiting. Your voice is received
through the built-in speaker of the called party’s telephone (KX-T7436 and KX-T7235
only). The called KX-T7436 or KX-T7235 user can connect to the two parties and carry
two independent conversations using the handset.
Executing
If you make an intercom call and hear a busy tone;
1. Dial 1.
• You can talk after you hear a confirmation tone.
1
Conditions
• OHCA is performed the same way as the “Busy Station Signaling (BSS)” feature. The
KX-T7436 or KX-T7235 user can select to use the BSS feature instead of the OHCA
feature by System Programming.
• This feature is only effective to extensions that have set the “Call Waiting” feature. If
this is not set, the caller will hear a reorder tone.
• If the “Do Not Disturb (DND)” feature is set at the called extension, you must activate
the “Do Not Disturb (DND) Override” feature before OHCA is available.
Feature References
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Call Waiting
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Standard Telephone Features
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Operator Call
Allows you to call an operator within the system. Two extensions can be assigned as
Operator 1 and 2.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (0).
2
Conditions
• The call is routed to Operator 1 first. If Operator 1 is busy, it is routed to Operator 2.
Through System Programming, it is possible to change the routing so that Operator 1
and Operator 2 are called simultaneously when the operator is called.
• If an operator is not assigned, this feature is not available. You will hear a reorder tone.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (44)
Standard Telephone Features
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Standard Telephone Features
Outward Dialing, Line Access — SUMMARY
An outside line can be accessed in the following ways.
Line Access, Automatic
Dial the feature number (9).
Line Access, Individual
Dial the feature number (8) and
an outside line number (1-3).
Conditions
• After dialing the feature number, you will hear one of the following tones.
Dial tone: Indicates an idle line is captured.
Busy tone: Indicates the selected outside line is busy.
Reorder tone:
1) Indicates the outside line you have attempted to access is not assigned.
2) Indicates access to outside lines is denied.
• If you hear a reorder tone, the call is restricted for one of the following reasons.
— The extension has been locked by the owner (Electronic Station Lockout) or the
operator / manager (Remote Station Lock Control).
— The extension is restricted by the account code mode, “Verified - All Calls” or
“Verified - Toll Restriction Override”.
— The extension is restricted from making toll calls (Toll Restriction).
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[103] Automatic Access Outside Line Assignment
— (Used for “Line Access, Automatic” only.)
[400] Outside Line Connection Assignment
[605]–[606] Outgoing Permitted Outside Line Assignment — Day/Night
Feature References
Account Code Entry
Electronic Station Lockout
Remote Station Lock Control (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
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Standard Telephone Features
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Line Access, Automatic
Allows you to select an available outside line automatically.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (9).
• You hear a dial tone.
2
3. Dial the phone number.
3
4. Start talking.
phone number
4
5. Hang up after the conversation is completed.
5
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Standard Telephone Features
Line Access, Individual
Allows you to select the specific outside line.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (8).
2
3. Dial an outside line number (1 through 3).
• You hear a dial tone.
3
outside line number
4. Dial the phone number.
4
5. Start talking.
phone number
5
6. Hang up after the conversation is completed.
6
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Standard Telephone Features
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Paging — SUMMARY
Allows you to make a voice announcement to several people at the same time. Your
message is announced over the built-in speakers of proprietary telephones (PT) and/or
external speakers. The paged person can answer your page from a nearby telephone. You
cannot be paged at a standard telephone, but you can answer the page, which is announced
over nearby PTs or external pagers, from your standard telephone. There are three types
of paging as shown below. You can select the appropriate type according to your needs.
Type
Description
Paging — All
Paging through both the built-in speakers and external
pager.
Paging — External
Paging to an external pager.
Paging to all groups (all extensions) simultaneously.
Paging — Group
Paging to a particular group of extensions using the
built-in speakers.
Conditions
• To answer the page, refer to “Paging — ANSWER”.
• The paged extension users hear a confirmation tone before the voice announcement.
• A confirmation tone from external pagers (External Pager Confirmation Tone) is
audible at the paged side, before the voice announcement. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
• A confirmation tone is audible before making the voice announcement. Eliminating the
tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[602] Extension Group Assignment — (Used for “Paging — Group” only.)
[805] External Pager Confirmation Tone
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Paging — ANSWER
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Standard Telephone Features
Paging — All
Allows you to make a voice announcement to all extensions. Your message is announced
over the built-in speakers of the proprietary telephones (PT) and external pagers.
1
2
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the feature number (33) and .
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
3. Make the announcement.
3
4. Wait for an answer and talk.
4
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Paging — External
Allows you to make a voice announcement over external pagers.
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (32).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
3. Make the announcement.
3
4. Wait for an answer and talk.
4
Conditions
• If the designated pager is in use, a busy tone is heard.
• The paging priorities are as follows:
1) TAFAS (Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station)
2) Paging — External
3) Background Music (BGM) — External
If a higher priority feature is requested when a lower priority feature is active, the
higher priority overrides the lower one.
Feature References
Background Music (BGM) — External (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Paging — Group
Allows you to select an extension group and make a voice announcement. You can select
a maximum of eight extension groups simultaneously. The announcement can only be
heard through the extensions’ built-in speakers.
To access all groups simultaneously
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (33) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
3. Make the announcement.
3
4. Wait for an answer and talk.
4
To access a particular group of extensions
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (33).
2
3. Dial the extension group number (1 through 8).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
3
4. Make the announcement.
extension group number
4
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5. Wait for an answer and talk.
5
Conditions
• There is a maximum of eight extension groups. “Paging — Group” to different groups
can be performed simultaneously.
• Do Not Disturb (DND) works with the “Paging — Group” feature.
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Paging — ANSWER
Allows you to answer an announced page at any extension within the system.
Answering a page sent to the built-in speaker
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (43).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can start talking.
2
Answering a page sent to a particular external pager
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (42).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• You can start talking.
2
Conditions
• Only extensions within the paged group can answer “Paging — Group”.
• A confirmation tone is audible when the page is answered. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
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Standard Telephone Features
P
Paging and Transfer
You can transfer a call using the paging function (Paging — All, Paging — External, or
Paging — Group).
Using Paging — All
1
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
2
3
2. Dial the feature number (33) and .
• The feature number can be one for either group or external
paging.
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
4
5
4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5. Hang up.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Using Paging — External: to an external pager
1
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
2
2. Dial the feature number (32).
3
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
4
5
4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5. Hang up.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
Using Paging — Group: to all extension groups
1
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
2
2. Dial the feature number (33) and 0.
3
3. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
4
5
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4. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
5. Hang up.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
P
Using Paging — Group: to a particular extension group
During a conversation;
1. Flash the hookswitch.
• You hear a dial tone.
• The other party is placed on hold.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (33).
3
3. Dial a paging group number (1 through 8).
paging group number
4
4. Make the announcement after hearing a confirmation tone
(optional).
5
5. Wait for the other party to answer.
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
6
6. Hang up.
• The held party and the paged extension are connected and
can start a conversation.
Conditions
• A confirmation tone is audible when the page is answered. Eliminating the tone is
programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Paralleled Telephone Connection
A proprietary telephone (PT) can be connected in parallel with a standard telephone.
This feature allows the PT user to set whether the paralleled standard telephone will ring
or not, when an incoming call is received.
Conditions
• The default is “Parallel Off (No ring)”.
• When receiving a call:
— If standard telephone is set to ring, then both the PT and the standard telephone will
ring except when the PT is in “Handsfree Answerback” mode or Voice-Calling mode
with the “Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice” feature.
— If standard telephone is not set to ring, then only the PT rings. However, the
standard telephone can answer the call.
• If you go off-hook while your paralleled telephone is in use, the call will switch over to
your telephone, and vice versa.
• The “XDP*” feature is available.
Feature References
Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice (4.2/DPT Features)
EXtra Device Port (XDP) (→ see Installation Manual)
Handsfree Answerback (4.2/DPT Features)
* XDP (eXtra Device Port) expands the number of telephones available in the system by allowing an
extension port to contain two telephones. For more details, please consult with your dealer.
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Standard Telephone Features
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Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Allows you to make an outgoing call by just lifting the handset.
Storing the phone number
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (74) and 2.
2
3. Dial the phone number and #.
• You must dial the line access code (9 or 81 through 83) as
the leading digit when storing the phone number of the
outside party.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3
phone number and #
4. Hang up.
4
Setting / Canceling
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (74).
2
3
or
4
3. Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Dialing
1. Lift the handset.
• Wait for an answer and talk.
1
Conditions
• This feature does not work if you answer an incoming call or retrieve a call on hold.
• Up to sixteen digits, consisting of “0 through 9” and “ ”, can be stored. “#” cannot be
stored.
• During the waiting time after lifting the handset, you can dial another party, and
override this feature. You can modify the waiting time between picking up the handset
and connecting with the called line through System Programming.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[204] Pickup Dial Waiting Time
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Standard Telephone Features
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Pulse to Tone Conversion
Allows you to change the dialing mode from Pulse to Tone so that you can access
services, such as computer telephone services, Voice Mail, that require a tone.
1. Dial the phone number (Pulse mode).
1
phone number
2. Dial
2
and #.
3. Dial the phone number (Tone mode).
3
phone number
Conditions
• You cannot change from Tone to Pulse dialing mode.
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Quick Dialing
Allows you to make a quick dial call by pressing a pre-assigned quick dial number.
Dialing
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the quick dial number.
2
quick dial number
Conditions
• Up to eight quick dial numbers can be stored by System Programming.
• You must assign a feature number first in program [100] “Flexible Numbering”, and
then a quick dial number in program [009] “Quick Dial Number Set” in order for Quick
Dial to be effective.
• Quick Dialing is convenient for frequently dialed phone numbers.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[009] Quick Dial Number Set
[100] Flexible Numbering, Quick dial location numbers 1-8
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Redial, Last Number
Automatically saves the last outside phone number you dialed so that you can make a
call to the same party later with a simple operation.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial #.
2
Conditions
• Up to twenty-four digits can be stored and redialed; this does not include the outside
line access code.
• “ ” and “#” are counted as one digit.
• If you hear a busy tone when attempting to redial, select another line and dial “#”.
• The memorized telephone number is replaced by a new one if at least one digit sent to a
outside line is dialed. Dialing an outside line access code alone does not change the
memorized number.
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Standard Telephone Features
Station Feature Clear
Allows you to reset the following station features to the default settings.
a) Absent Message Capability
b) Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
c) Call Forwarding
d) Call Log, Incoming
e) Call Pickup Deny
f) Call Waiting
g) Data Line Security
h) Do Not Disturb (DND)
i) Executive Busy Override Deny
j) Log-In
k) Message Waiting – (All messages will be removed)
l) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) – (The stored telephone number will be removed)
m) Timed Reminder
Clearing the current feature settings
1
2
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the feature number (790).
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
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Standard Telephone Features
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Station Speed Dialing
Allows you to store up to ten speed dial numbers at your extension. These numbers are
available for your extension only.
Storing the phone number
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (30).
2
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial number (0 through 9).
3
4. Dial the desired number and #.
• You hear a confirmation tone.
Station Speed Dial number
4
5. Hang up.
desired number and #
5
Dialing
1
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the feature number (3 ).
2
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial number (0 through 9).
3
Station Speed Dial number
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Standard Telephone Features
Conditions
• You can store an extension number, a telephone number or a feature number up to
sixteen digits. Valid digits are “0 through 9” and “ ”.
• To store the telephone number of an outside party, the line access code (9 or 81 through
83) must be stored as the leading digit.
• “Station Speed Dialing” can be followed by manual dialing to supplement the dialed
digits.
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Standard Telephone Features
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System Speed Dialing
Allows you to make a call using speed dial numbers programmed previously. This
system supports one hundred speed dial numbers which are available to all extension
users.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial .
• You do not hear a tone.
2
3. Dial the System Speed Dial number (00 through 99).
3
System Speed Dial number
Conditions
• System Speed Dial numbers must be stored either through User (Manager) or System
Programming.
• “System Speed Dialing” can be followed by manual dialing to supplement the dialed
digits.
• It is possible to cancel toll restriction with this feature (Toll Restriction Override for
System Speed Dialing). In this case, System Programming is necessary.
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3) / System Programming (Installation Manual)
[001] System Speed Dialing Number Set
[002] System Speed Dialing Name Set
Feature References
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
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Standard Telephone Features
Timed Reminder
You can receive a ringback at your telephone to remind you of a meeting or appointment.
The setting is selectable either for one time or daily (everyday until canceled) at a pre-set
time.
Setting
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (76) and 1.
2
3. Enter the hour (01 through 12) and minute (00 through 59).
3
4. Dial 0 to enter AM, or dial 1 to enter PM.
hour and minute
4
or
5
5. Dial 0 for a one time alarm setting*1, or dial 1 for a daily alarm
setting*2.
*1 An alarm will be heard at the preset time and then the setting is cleared.
*2 An alarm will be heard at the preset time daily until the setting is
or
6
changed or canceled.
6. Hang up.
Canceling
1
1. Lift the handset.
2
2. Dial the feature number (76) and 0.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
3. Hang up.
3
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Standard Telephone Features
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Stopping the alarm
1. Lift the handset.
1
Conditions
•
•
•
•
Be sure the system clock is set correctly.
The alarm continues for thirty seconds.
If you receive an incoming call during the alarm, the ringing starts after the alarm stops.
If you are having a conversation at the time the alarm is set to sound, the alarm starts
after the conversation.
• Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR) automatically records the detailed Timed
Reminder information (data, time, extension number, start/no answer). It is
programmable to print out when the Timed Reminder starts and the alarm is not
answered by System Programming.
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3)
[000] Date and Time Set
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[000] Date and Time Set
[990] System Additional Information, Field (45)
Feature References
Outgoing Message (OGM) (4.3/Operator / Manager Service Features)
Standard Telephone Features
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T
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Toll Restriction Override
There are two types of toll restriction override:
• Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
• Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Toll Restriction Override by Account Code Entry
Allows you to temporarily override toll restriction and make a toll call from a tollrestricted telephone. You can carry out this feature by entering an appropriate account
code before dialing the telephone number. For the operation procedure, refer to
“Account Code Entry”.
Conditions
• This feature changes the toll restriction level to level 2. This can be used by extension
users assigned to restriction levels 3 through 8. Levels 1 and 2 can not be changed.
• A “Class of Service” which is assigned to the “Account Code Entry — Verified - Toll
Restriction Override” mode permits the class members to override their toll restrictions.
• Up to 20 account codes can be programmed for the Verified mode.
• If you do not enter an account code or you enter an invalid account code, standard toll
restriction is in effect.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[105] Account Codes
[500]–[501] Toll Restriction Level — Day/Night
[508] Account Code Entry Mode
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Account Code Entry
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
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Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
T
Toll Restriction Override for System Speed Dialing
Allows you to cancel toll restriction in “System Speed Dialing.” Normally, calls
originated by “System Speed Dialing” are restricted depending on the extension’s toll
restriction level. Once this option is set, it permits all extension users to make “System
Speed Dialing” calls with no restrictions. You can override toll restriction for “System
Speed Dialing” through System Programming.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[300] TRS Override for System Speed Dialing
Feature References
System Speed Dialing
Toll Restriction (→ see Installation Manual)
Standard Telephone Features
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Trunk (Outside Line) Answer From Any Station (TAFAS)
Allows you to answer an incoming outside call, paged through an external pager, from
any extension.
While hearing a tone from the external pager;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the feature number (42).
• You hear a confirmation tone (optional).
• The line is connected and you can start talking.
2
Conditions
• This feature can be used in the following cases.
a) The floating number* of an external pager is assigned as the Direct In Lines (DIL)
1:1 destination. In this case, all of the incoming calls on the specified line are
signaled.
b) A DISA (Direct Inward System Access) caller dials the floating number* of an
external pager.
c) The floating number* of an external pager is assigned as the Intercept Routing
destination. In this case, incoming calls re-directed to the destination are signaled.
• A confirmation tone is audible before being connected to the caller. Eliminating the
tone is programmable.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[407]–[408] DIL 1:1 Extension — Day/Night
[409]–[410] Intercept Extension — Day/Night
[813] Floating Number Assignment
[990] System Additional Information, Field (16)
Feature References
Floating Station (→ see Installation Manual)
* A Floating Number (FN) is a virtual extension number which appears to be an extension.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
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Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
U
Uniform Call Distribution (UCD)
Allows incoming calls to be distributed uniformly to a specific group of extensions called
an UCD group. Calls to an UCD group search for an idle extension in a circular way.
Conditions
• UCD can be used in the following cases.
a) The floating number* of UCD is assigned as the Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1
destination.
b) The floating number* of UCD is assigned as the Intercept Routing destination.
c) The floating number* of UCD is dialed from an extension.
d) The floating number* of UCD is dialed from DISA (Direct Inward System Access).
• It is possible to set the log-in or log-out status on an extension basis.
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[106] Station Hunting Type
[813] Floating Number Assignment
Feature References
Log-In / Log-Out
* A Floating Number (FN) is a virtual extension number which appears to be an extension.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
Standard Telephone Features
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Voice Mail Integration
Allows you to forward your calls to your mailbox in a Voice Processing System. If your
telephone has a MESSAGE button, the button light turns on and lets you know you have
messages. Even if you do not have a MESSAGE button, you will hear a special tone
when going off-hook.
Setting Call Forwarding destination to Voice Mail
1. Lift the handset.
1
2
(X: 2 through 5)
3
VM extension number
4
2. Dial the feature number (710) and the Call Forwarding
number (2 through 5).
• Each Call Forwarding number corresponds to the following
services:
- 2 : Call Forwarding — All Calls
- 3 : Call Forwarding — Busy
- 4 : Call Forwarding — No Answer
- 5 : Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer
3. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
4. Hang up.
• Calls directed to you are automatically forwarded to your
mailbox.
• Callers can leave their messages in the mailbox, according to
the Voice Mail guidance.
Listening to a stored message
You can listen to the messages stored in your mailbox with easily.
1. Lift the handset.
1
2. Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
• You can listen to the stored message by following the Voice
Mail guidance.
2
VM extension number
5-88
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
V
Conditions
• Outside callers can leave their messages in your mailbox. When an incoming outside
call arrives, the operator answers the call and forwards it to your extension. And...
— If you set the “Call Forwarding” function whose destination is Voice Mail;
The call will be forwarded to the Voice Mail automatically.
— If you do not set the “Call Forwarding” function;
The call will return to the operator. Then the operator transfers the call to Voice
Mail.
• Voice Mail can be assigned as the destination of the following features.
a) Call Forwarding — All Calls
b) Call Forwarding — Busy
c) Call Forwarding — No Answer
d) Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer
e) Intercept Routing
Feature References
Call Forwarding — All Calls, Busy, Busy/No Answer, No Answer
Intercept Routing (→ see Installation Manual)
Voice Mail Transfer
Standard Telephone Features
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5.2
Standard Telephone Features
Walking COS
Allows you to use your calling privileges (Class of Service) at another extension. You
may override restrictions which may be set at the extension.
Making a call
At another extension;
1. Lift the handset.
1
2
2. Dial the feature number (47).
3
3. Enter the Walking COS password.
Walking COS password
4
4. Dial your extension number.
• You hear a confirmation tone and then a dial tone.
5
5. Dial the phone number of the outside party.
• You must dial a line access code (9 or 81 through 83) when
calling an outside party.
your extension number
phone number
5-90
Standard Telephone Features
5.2
Standard Telephone Features
W
Conditions
• Class of Service (COS) is used to define the features which are allowed for a group of
extensions. Each extension is assigned a COS number. The programmable items are as
follows.
1) Outgoing call restriction level (Day mode / Night mode) – 1 through 8
2) Restriction of an outside call duration
3) Transfer a call to an outside party
4) Forward a call to an outside party
5) Executive Busy Override
6) Executive Busy Override Deny
7) Override Do Not Disturb of the called extension
8) Account Code Entry operation – verified - all calls / verified - to toll restriction
override / option
9) Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
10) The number of allowed dialing digits during an outside call
Programming References
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[121] Walking COS Password
[601] Class of Service
Feature References
Class of Service (COS) (→ see Installation Manual)
Standard Telephone Features
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Section 6
Quick Reference
Contents
Basic Operation .............................................................................6-2
Station Programming (Personal Programming) ...........................6-3
User Programming (Manager Programming)...............................6-8
DPT Features .................................................................................6-9
Operator / Manager Service Features.........................................6-19
Special Display Features .............................................................6-24
Standard Telephone Features.......................................................6-36
6
Quick Reference
This list is divided into the following eight sections. Refer to each section as needed.
1.) Basic Operation
2.) Station Programming (Personal Programming)
3.) User Programming (Manager Programming)
4.) DPT Features
5.) Operator / Manager Service Features
6.) Special Display Features
7.) Standard Telephone Features
• When setting “Idle Line Preference — Outgoing”, “No Line Preference — Outgoing”, or “Prime
(Outside Line) Preference”, press the INTERCOM button after going off-hook to activate the
following operations. (Pressing the INTERCOM button directly without going off-hook is also
available.)
• Features marked with “†” are only available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected
to a Digital Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports
digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100.)
<Note>
Off-hook: Lift the handset or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
On-hook: Hang up or press the SP-PHONE/MONITOR button.
Basic Operations
1
❐ Making Calls
— Intercom Calling
• Off-hook.
• Dial the extension number, or press a DSS
button.
— Outward Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial as follows.
9
: Line Access, Automatic
- CO or 81 – 83 : Line Access, Individual
• Dial the phone number.
6-2
Quick Reference
❐ Receiving Calls
• Off-hook.
OR
• Press a flashing CO button (Answering,
Direct Outside Line) or a flashing
INTERCOM button directly.
6
Quick Reference
2
●
Station Programming (Personal Programming)
To enter programming mode
(Be sure the telephone is idle and on-hook.)
Press: PROGRAM
●
9
9
To exit programming mode
Press: PROGRAM or lift the handset.
❐ Bilingual Display Selection
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 82.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : for the English display
- 2 : for the French display
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Call Waiting Tone Type
Assignment
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 5.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : Call Waiting Tone 1
- 2 : Call Waiting Tone 2
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Flexible Button Assignment
— Account Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired Flexible button.
• Dial 6.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Conference (CONF) Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 70.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— DSS Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial 1 + extension number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— FWD/DND Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 4.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Live Call Screening (LCS) Button †
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial 92.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Live Call Screening (LCS) Cancel
Button †
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial 93.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Log-In/Log-Out Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial 71.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
Quick Reference
6-3
6
Quick Reference
— Loop-CO (L-CO) Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial .
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Message Waiting (MESSAGE) Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 3.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— One-Touch Dialing Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 2 + desired number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Phantom Extension Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 72 + phantom extension number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— SAVE Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 5.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Single-CO (S-CO) Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Dial 0.
• Dial outside line number (1 through 3).
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
6-4
Quick Reference
— Two-Way Record Button †
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 90 + Voice Mail extension number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Two-Way Transfer Button †
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 91 + Voice Mail extension number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— Voice Mail (VM) Transfer Button
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button
• Dial 8 + Voice Mail extension number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Full One-Touch Dialing
Assignment
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 3.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : Off mode
- 2 : On mode
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Handset / Headset Selection
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 9.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : Handset mode
- 2 : Headset mode
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
6
Quick Reference
❐ Initial Display Selection
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 81.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : Caller ID
- 2 : Outside line name
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Intercom Alert Assignment
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 4.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : Ring-Calling (Tone Call) mode
- 2 : Voice-Calling mode
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Live Call Screening Mode Set †
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 7.
• Dial 1 or 2.
- 1 : for the Hands-free mode
- 2 : for the Private mode
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Preferred Line Assignment
— Incoming
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 2.
• Dial 1, 2, or 3 + outside line number.
- 1 : No Line Preference
- 2 : Ringing Line Preference
- 3 + Outside line number
: Prime Line (Outside Line) Preference
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Preferred Line Assignment
— Outgoing
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 1.
• Dial 1, 2, 3 + outside line number, or press
INTERCOM button.
- 1 : No Line Preference
- 2 : Idle Line Preference
- 3 + Outside line number
: Prime Line (Outside Line) Preference
- INTERCOM
: Prime Line (INTERCOM) Preference
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Ringing Tone Selection for CO
Buttons
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press the desired CO button.
• Press the same CO button again.
• Dial the tone type number (1 through 8).
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Self-Extension Number
Confirmation
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial 6.
• Press HOLD (END) button.
• Exit from programming mode.
❐ Station Programming Data Default
Set
• Enter into programming mode.
• Dial #.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
Quick Reference
6-5
6
Quick Reference
❐ Station Speed Dialing Number /
Name Assignment (KX-T7431/KXT7433/KX-T7436/KX-T7235 only)
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7235;
— To store a number
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press a Function button (F1 through F10).
• Dial the desired number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— To store a name
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press a Function button (F1 through F10).
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• Enter the name.
— See the Combination Tables for
information on how to enter each character.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
- When using a KX-T7431 or KX-T7433;
— To store a number
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press
.
• Enter the station speed dial number (0
through 9).
• Enter the desired number.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
— To store a name
• Enter into programming mode.
• Press
.
• Enter the station speed dial number (0
through 9).
• Press NEXT (S3) button or MODE button.
• Enter the name.
— See the Combination Tables for
information on how to enter each character.
• Press STORE button.
• Exit from programming mode.
6-6
Quick Reference
<Example for entering characters>
To enter the letter “K”,
Press: [5] + [SELECT] [SELECT]
[SELECT]
OR
Press: [5] + [S2]
OR
Press [5] + rotate the Jog Dial three pulses.
OR
Press [2] + rotate the Jog Dial until “K”
appears.
6
Quick Reference
SHIFT & Soft
Combination
S1
SHIFT
+
S1
S2
SHIFT
+
S2
S3
SHIFT SHIFT
SHIFT +
+
+ SHIFT SHIFT
+
+
S3
S1
S2
Pressing
SELECT
(Times)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Keys
7
8
S
s
Z
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Combination Table 1
Rotating
Jog Dial
(Times)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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Keys
Combination Table 2
Quick Reference
6-7
6
Quick Reference
User Programming (Manager Programming)
3
●
To enter programming mode
(Be sure the telephone is idle and on-hook.)
Press: PROGRAM
●
User Password
(default: 1234)
To exit programming mode
Press: PROGRAM or lift the handset
❑ 000 Date and Time Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Enter 000.
Press NEXT.
Enter the year.
Press →.
Press SELECT until the desired
selection is displayed.
Press →.
Enter the day.
Press →.
Press SELECT until the desired
selection is displayed.
Press STORE.
Press NEXT.
Enter the hour.
Press →.
Enter the minute.
Press →.
Press SELECT for AM or PM.
Press →.
Press SELECT for 12 or 24 (clock hour).
Press STORE.
Press END.
❑ 001 System Speed Dialing Number
Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
6-8
Enter 001.
Press NEXT.
Enter a speed dial number.
Enter a telephone number.
Quick Reference
5. Press STORE.
6. Press NEXT, PREV, or SELECT and
desired speed dial number.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
8. Press END.
❐ 002 System Speed Dialing Name
Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enter 002.
Press NEXT.
Enter a speed dial number.
Enter a name.
Press STORE.
Press NEXT, PREV, or SELECT and
desired speed dial number.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
8. Press END.
❑ 003 Extension Number Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enter 003.
Press NEXT.
Enter a jack number.
Enter an extension number.
Press STORE.
Press NEXT, PREV, or SELECT and
desired jack number.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
8. Press END.
❑ 004 Extension Name Set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enter 004.
Press NEXT.
Enter a jack number.
Enter a name.
Press STORE.
Press NEXT, PREV, or SELECT and
desired jack number.
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6.
8. Press END.
6
Quick Reference
4
DPT Features
❑ Absent Message Capability
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 750.
• Dial the message number (1 through 9) +
parameters, if required.
- 1 : “Will Return Soon”
- 2 : “Gone Home”
- 3 + extension number :
“At Ext extension number”.
- 4 + hour (00 through 23) + minute (00
through 59) : “Back at time”
- 5 + month (01 through 12) + day (01
through 31) : “Out Until date”
- 6 : “In a Meeting”
- 7 through 9 : Programmable
• On-hook.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 7500.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press ACCNT (S3) button.
• Enter account code + #.
❐ Alternate Calling — Ring / Voice
Alternating
— If the called extension is set to RingCalling mode;
• Dial , when hearing a ringback tone.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
(Voice-Calling mode is active.)
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press Voice (S3) button after hearing a
ringback tone.
— If the called extension is set to VoiceCalling mode;
❐ Account Code Entry
— Entering before dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial 49 (or press Account button) +
account code (up to nine digits) + #.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Off-hook.
• Press ACCNT (S3) button.
• Enter account code + #.
• Dial , when hearing a confirmation tone.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
(Ring-Calling mode is active.)
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press Tone (S2) button after hearing a
confirmation tone.
❐ Answering, Direct Outside Line
• Press CO button (flashing red rapidly).
— Entering during or after a
conversation
During a conversation or while hearing a
reorder tone after the other party hangs up;
• Press Account button.
• Enter account code + #.
Quick Reference
6-9
6
Quick Reference
❐ Automatic Callback Busy
(Camp-On)
Setting
While hearing a busy tone;
• Dial 6.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press C. BCK (S3) button while hearing a
busy tone.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Answering an intercom recall
• Off-hook.
Answering an outside line recall
• Off-hook.
• Dial the phone number.
❐ Call Forwarding
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Dial the Call Forwarding number (2
through 7) + parameters.
- 2 + extension number : All Calls
- 3 + extension number : Busy
- 4 + extension number : No Answer
- 5 + extension number : Busy / No Answer
- 6 + line access code (9 or 81 through 83)
+ phone number + # : to CO Line
- 7 + your extension number : Follow Me
(at the destination extension)
• On-hook.
Canceling
Canceling
— At the original extension
• Off-hook.
• Dial 46.
• On-hook.
❐ Background Music (BGM)
Setting / Canceling
- Be sure the telephone is on-hook.
• Dial 1.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press BGM (S3) button.
❐ Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
While hearing a busy tone;
• Dial 1.
• Wait for an answer.
OR
6-10
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press BSS (S1) button while hearing a busy
tone.
Quick Reference
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Dial 0.
• On-hook.
— At the destination extension —
“Follow Me (All Calls)” only
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Dial 8 + your extension number.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Hold
During a conversation;
• Press HOLD button.
Retrieving a call on hold
- at the holding extension;
• Press CO or INTERCOM button (flashing
green slowly).
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❐ Call Hold, Exclusive
During a conversation;
• Press HOLD button twice.
Retrieving
— At the holding extension only
• Press CO or INTERCOM button (flashing
green moderately).
❐ Call Hold Retrieve
Retrieving an outside call on hold
- at another extension;
• Press CO button (flashing red slowly).
Retrieving an intercom call on hold
- at another extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 51 + holding extension number.
❐ Call Park
Setting
During a conversation;
• Press TRANSFER button.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Dial 52 + parking zone number (0 through
9).
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Retrieving
• Off-hook.
• Dial 52 + parking zone number.
❐ Call Pickup
— Directed
• Off-hook.
• Dial 41 + extension number.
— Group
• Off-hook.
• Dial 40.
❐ Call Pickup Deny
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 720.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Splitting
— Having a conversation while another
call is on hold temporarily
• Press TRANSFER button.
(Pressing this button alternates between the callers.)
— Having a conversation while an
intercom call is on (exclusive) hold
• Press HOLD button.
(Pressing this button alternates between the callers.)
— Having a conversation while another
call is on (exclusive) hold
• Press HOLD button.
• Press CO or INTERCOM button.
(flashing red moderately).
(Pressing this button alternates between the callers.)
❐ Call Transfer — to Extension
— Screened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
• Press TRANSFER button.
• Dial the extension number.
• Wait for an answer and announce.
• On-hook.
— Unscreened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
• Press TRANSFER button.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
— Outside Line
• Off-hook.
• Dial 4 .
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❐ Call Transfer — to Outside Line
During a conversation;
• Press TRANSFER button.
• Press CO button.
• Dial the phone number.
• Wait for an answer and announce.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 731.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Waiting from Central Office
While hearing a Call Waiting tone;
• Press FLASH or FLASH/RCL button.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press EFA (S2) button while hearing a Call
Waiting tone.
❐ Conference
During a conversation;
• Press CONF button.
• Dial the third party.
• Talk to the third party.
• Press CONF button.
❐ Conference, Unattended
During a conversation with two outside parties;
• Press CONF button.
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❐ Data Line Security
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 730.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Direct Inward System Access
(DISA)
Calling an extension
• Dial the DISA phone number.
• Listen to the DISA outgoing message.
• Dial the extension number.
❐ Do Not Disturb (DND)
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Do Not Disturb Override
• Dial 1 while hearing a Do Not Disturb tone.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press Over (S2) button.
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❐ Doorphone Call
Answering a doorphone call
• Off-hook.
Calling a doorphone
• Off-hook.
• Dial 31.
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press Over (S2) button while hearing a
busy tone.
— Outside Line
• Press corresponding CO button while
hearing a busy tone.
To unlock the door (programmed
extensions only)
• Off-hook.
• Dial 55.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
To unlock the door while talking to the
doorphone
• Dial 5.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Electronic Station Lockout
Locking / Unlocking
• Off-hook.
• Dial 77.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Emergency Call
• Off-hook.
• Press a CO button.
• Dial the desired emergency number.
❐ Executive Busy Override
— Extension
• Dial 2 while hearing a busy tone.
OR
❐ Executive Busy Override Deny
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 733.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ External Feature Access
During a conversation;
• Press FLASH or FLASH/RCL button.
(OR press TRANSFER button + dial 6.)
• Dial the desired service code.
OR
- When using a KX-T7433, KX-T7436,
KX-T7230 or KX-T7235;
• Press EFA (S2) button during a
conversation.
• Dial the desired service code.
❐ Flash
To make another call without hanging up
• Press FLASH or FLASH/RCL button.
• Dial the phone number.
❐ Full One-Touch Dialing
• Press an One-Touch Dialing, DSS,
REDIAL, or SAVE button.
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❐ Handset Microphone Mute
In the Private mode;
Setting / Canceling
Stopping the alert tone
During a conversation using a handset;
• Press AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button.
• Press FLASH or FLASH/RCL or LCS
Cancel button.
Monitoring the recording message
❐ Handsfree Answerback
Setting / Canceling
- Be sure the telephone is on-hook.
• Press AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button.
• Off-hook, or press LCS or INTERCOM
button.
Having a conversation with a party
• Off-hook, or press LCS button.
During a conversation with another party;
❐ Intercom Calling
• Off-hook.
• Dial the extension number.
❐ Live Call Screening (LCS) †
Setting / Canceling the password
• Off-hook.
• Dial 799.
• To set, enter the password twice.
To cancel, enter the same password once.
• On-hook.
Setting Live Call Screening
• Press LCS button.
• Enter the password.
Canceling Live Call Screening
• Press LCS button.
In the Hands-free mode;
Having a conversation with a party
• Off-hook or press LCS button.
Stopping monitoring
• Press FLASH or FLASH/RCL or LCS
Cancel button.
If you want to terminate the current call,
Monitoring
• Off-hook.
• On-hook.
Having a conversation with a party
• Press flashing LCS button.
If you want to hold the current call
Monitoring
• Press HOLD button.
• On-hook.
• Off-hook.
Having a conversation with a party
• Press flashing LCS button.
❐ Log-In / Log-Out
Setting
Using Log-In/Log-Out button
• Off-hook.
• Press Log-In/Log-Out button.
- Log-In : the indicator light is off.
- Log-Out : the indicator light is red.
• On-hook.
Using the feature number
• Off-hook.
• Dial 45.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for Log-In
- 0 : for Log-Out
• On-hook.
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❐ Message Waiting
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 701 + extension number.
• On-hook.
— If the extension is busy or does not
answer;
• Press MESSAGE button.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 700 + extension number.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Checking and Selecting a message using
the receiver
• Press MESSAGE button repeatedly until
the desired message appears.
Calling back the message sender
• Off-hook.
• Press MESSAGE button, or dial 702.
Clearing all messages using the message
receiver
• Off-hook.
• Dial 700 + your extension number.
❐ Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Setting / Canceling to receive OHCA
• Off-hook.
• Dial 731.
• Dial 2 or 0.
- 2 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Executing
While hearing a busy tone:
• Dial 1.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Talk.
❐ Off-Hook Monitor
Setting / Canceling
During a conversation using a handset;
• Press SP-PHONE button.
❐ One-Touch Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Press an One-Touch Dialing button.
❐ Operator Call
• Off-hook.
• Dial 0.
❐ Microphone Mute
Setting / Canceling
During a conversation in handsfree mode;
• Press AUTO ANSWER/MUTE button.
❐ Night Service
Confirming the current mode
- Be sure the telephone is idle and on-hook.
• Press #.
— Setting / Canceling should be done by the
operator and manager.
❐ Outward Dialing
— Line Access, Automatic
• Off-hook.
• Dial 9 + phone number.
— Line Access, Individual
• Off-hook.
• Press a CO button, or dial 8 + outside line
number (1 through 3).
• Dial the phone number.
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❐ Paging
❐ Paralleled Telephone Connection
— All
To ring / Not to ring a standard telephone
• Off-hook.
• Dial 33 .
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
— External
• Off-hook.
• Dial 32.
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
— Group
To access all groups simultaneously
• Off-hook.
• Dial 330.
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
To access a particular group of extensions
• Off-hook.
• Dial 33 + extension group number
(1 through 8).
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
• Off-hook.
• Dial 39.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to ring
- 0 : not to ring
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Phantom Extension
To call a phantom extension
- Be sure Phantom Extension button indicator
light is off;
• Press Phantom Extension button.
To transfer a call to a phantom extension
• Press Phantom Extension button while
having a conversation with an outside
party.
To answer a phantom extension call
• Press flashing Phantom Extension button.
❐ Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Storing the phone number
❐ Paging – ANSWER
• Dial 42 or 43.
- 42 : To answer a page sent to the external
pager/TAFAS
- 43 : To answer a page sent to the built-in
speaker
❐ Paging and Transfer
To transfer
• Press TRANSFER button before dialing
the paging feature number (33).
— Check the feature number you wish to
use in the “Paging” section.
• Off-hook.
• Dial 742 + phone number + #.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 74.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Dialing
• Off-hook.
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❐ Pulse to Tone Conversion
• Dial the phone number (Pulse mode).
• Dial and #.
• Dial the phone number (Tone mode).
❐ Quick Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial the quick dial number.
❐ Redial
— Last Number
• Off-hook.
• Press REDIAL button.
— Saved Number
Storing
During a conversation or while hearing a busy
tone;
• Press AUTO DIAL/STORE button.
• Press SAVE button.
Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Press SAVE button.
❐ Station Feature Clear
• Off-hook.
• Dial 790.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Station Speed Dialing
Storing the phone number
❐ System Speed Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Press AUTO DIAL/STORE button.
• Dial the system speed dial number
(00 through 99).
❐ Timed Reminder
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 761.
• Enter hour (01 through 12).
• Enter minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : to enter AM
- 1 : to enter PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
• On-hook.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 760.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Checking the setting time
• Off-hook.
• Dial 762.
❐ Trunk (Outside Line) Answer
From Any Station (TAFAS)
• Off-hook.
• Dial 42.
• Off-hook.
• Dial 30 + station speed dial number
(0 through 9) + phone number + #.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial 3 + station speed dial number.
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❐ Two-Way Recording into Voice
Mail †
Recording into your mailbox
• Press Two-Way Record button.
Stopping recording
• Press Two-Way Record button.
Recording into another mailbox
• Press Two-Way Transfer button.
• Enter extension number or press
the desired DSS button.
Stopping recording
• Press Two-Way Transfer button.
❐ Voice Mail Integration
Setting Call Forwarding destination to
Voice Mail
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Dial the Call Forwarding number (2
through 5).
- 2 : Call Forwarding – All Calls
- 3 : Call Forwarding – Busy
- 4 : Call Forwarding – No Answer
- 5 : Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer
• Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Listening to a stored message
• Off-hook.
• Press MESSAGE button or dial the
extension number of Voice Mail.
❐ Voice Mail Transfer
If the call returned to you;
• Press Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button.
• Dial the extension number or press
DSS button.
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❐ Walking COS
Making a call
At another extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 47 + the Walking COS password.
• Dial your extension number.
• (Dial the line access code.)
• Dial the phone number.
❐ Whisper OHCA
Setting / Canceling to receive Whisper
OHCA
• Off-hook.
• Dial 731.
• Dial 3 or 0.
- 3 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Executing
While hearing a busy tone:
• Dial 1.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Talk.
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Operator / Manager Service Features
5
❐ Background Music (BGM) –
External
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 35.
OR
- When using a KX-T7235;
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until
“Extrn BGM On/Off” is displayed.
• Press the Function button which is next to
the message displayed.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7433;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “Extrn BGM
On/Off” or “Ext-BGM On/Off” is at the
arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “Ext-BGM
On/Off” is displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Log Lock Control, Incoming
❐ Live Call Screening Password
Control †
• Press PROGRAM button + 99.
• Dial 03.
• Dial extension number or .
- extension number : to clear the extension
password
: to clear all extensions
password
• Press STORE button.
• Press PROGRAM button.
❐ Night Service On/Off
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 78.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7235;
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until
“Night On/Off” is displayed.
• Press the Function button which is next to
the message displayed.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• On-hook.
OR
• Press PROGRAM button + 99.
• Dial 02.
• Dial extension number or .
- extension number : to clear one extension
: to clear all extensions
• Press STORE button.
• Press PROGRAM button.
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- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7433;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “Night On/Off” or
“Night Mode” is at the arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “Night Mode” is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• On-hook.
❐ Outgoing Message (OGM)
Recording
• Off-hook.
• Dial 361.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Record the message.
• Press STORE button to stop recording.
(The recorded message plays back.)
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
OR
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- When using a KX-T7235;
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until
“OGM Recording” is displayed.
• Press the Function button which is next to
the message displayed.
• Record the message.
• Press STORE button to stop recording.
(The recorded message plays back.)
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7433;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Recording”
or “OGM Record” is at the arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Record the message.
• Press STORE button to stop recording.
(The recorded message plays back.)
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Record” is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• Record the message.
• Press STORE button to stop recording.
(The recorded message plays back.)
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
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❐ Remote Station Lock Control
Playing back
• Off-hook.
• Dial 362.
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7235;
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until
“OGM Playback” is displayed.
• Press the Function button which is next to
the message displayed.
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7433;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Playback”
or “OGM Play” is at the arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
• Press PROGRAM button + 99.
• Dial 01.
• Dial extension number or .
- extension number : to lock or unlock one
extension
: to lock or unlock all
extensions
• Dial 1, 2 or 3.
- 1 : to unlock
- 2 : to lock outside calls
- 3 : to lock intercom calls
• Press STORE button.
• Press PROGRAM button.
❐ System Working Report
Print out / Clear the recorded data
• Off-hook.
• Dial 794.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to print out
- 0 : to clear
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “OGM Play” is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• Press STORE button or wait until playback
is finished.
• On-hook.
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❐ Timed Reminder, Remote
(Wake-Up Call)
Setting / Canceling / Confirming
• Off-hook.
• Dial 7 .
• Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
• Dial the desired extension number or press
DSS button.
• To cancel or confirm, go off-hook and skip
the rest of the steps.
To set, enter hour (01 through 12) and
minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7235;
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button repeatedly until
“Remote Timed Reminder” is displayed.
• Press the Function button which is next to
the message displayed.
• Dial the desired extension number or press
DSS button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• To cancel, press CLR (S2) and go offhook, and skip the rest of the steps.
To confirm, go off-hook and skip the rest
of the steps.
To set, enter hour (01 through 12) and
minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
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• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
• Press PROG (S3) button.
• On-hook.
OR
- When using a KX-T7436;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “Remote Timed
Reminder” is at the arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the desired extension number or press
DSS button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• To cancel, press CLR (S2) and go offhook, and skip the rest of the steps.
To confirm, go off-hook and skip the rest
of the steps.
To set, enter hour (01 through 12) and
minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
• Press PROG (S3) button.
• On-hook.
OR
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- When using a KX-T7433;
• Press SHIFT button repeatedly until S3
button is changed to “FEAT”.
• Press FEAT (S3) button.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “R-Timed
Remind” is at the arrow.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
• Dial the desired extension number or press
DSS button.
• To cancel or confirm, go off-hook and skip
the rest of the steps.
To set, enter hour (01 through 12) and
minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook
OR
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until “R-Timed
Remind” is displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
• Dial the desired extension number or press
DSS button.
• To cancel or confirm, go off-hook and skip
the rest of the steps.
To set, enter hour (01 through 12) and
minute (00 through 59).
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Special Display Features
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❐ Call Forwarding / Do Not Disturb
(KX-T7436/KX-T7235 only)
■ Call Forwarding
Setting
— All Calls
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press FWD-All Calls (F3) button.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
— Busy
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press FWD-Busy (F4) button.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
— No Answer
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press FWD-No Answer (F5) button.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
— Busy / No Answer
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• Press FWD-BSY/NA (F1) button.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
— to Outside Line
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• Press FWD-CO Line (F2) button.
• Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through
83).
• Dial the phone number + #.
• On-hook.
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— Follow Me
- at the destination extension;
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• Press FWD-From (F3) button.
• Dial your extension number.
• On-hook.
Canceling
— At the original extension
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press FWD/DND Cancel (F1) button.
• On-hook.
— At the destination extension —
“Follow Me (All Calls)” only
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• Press NEXT (S3) button.
• Press FWD-From Cancel (F4) button.
• Dial your extension number.
• On-hook.
■ Do Not Disturb (DND)
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Press FWD/DND button.
• To set, press Do Not Disturb (F2) button.
To cancel, FWD/DND Cancel (F1) button.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
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❐ Call Log, Incoming (KX-T7433/KXT7436/KX-T7430/KX-T7235 only)
Setting / Canceling for overwriting the
call log
• Off-hook.
• Dial 56.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to overwrite (On)
- 0 : to disregard (Off)
• On-hook.
Logging a call information while talking
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7235;
• Off-hook.
• Press LOG (S2) button.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7230;
• Off-hook.
• (Press INFO (S1) button to get further
information – phone number, name,
duration time.)
• Press LOG (S2) button.
❐ Call Log Lock, Incoming (KX-T7433/
KX-T7436/KX-T7430/KX-T7235 only)
Locking / Unlocking
• Off-hook.
• Dial 57.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Log, Outgoing
(KX-T7436 / KX-T7235 only)
• Press Call Log (F5) button.
• Press the desired Function button which is
next to the desired number.
Confirming and calling back
- When using a KX-T7436 or KX-T7235;
• (Press SHIFT button.)
• Press OLD (S1) or NEW (S2) button to see
the call information.
• Press NEXT (S2) or PREV (S2) button to
see the other call information.
• To call back, go off-hook and then press
CALL (S1) button.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7230;
• (Press SHIFT button.)
• Press OLD (S1) or NEW (S2) button to see
the call information.
• Press NEXT (S2) or PREV (S2) button to
see the other call information. Or press
INFO (S1) button to see the further
information.
• To call back, go off-hook and then press
CALL (S1) button.
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❐ KX-T7235 Display Features
— Station Speed Dialing
— Call Directory (Extension Dialing /
Station Speed Dialing / System Speed
Dialing)
— System Feature Access Menu
• Press STA Speed (F8) button.
• Press the desired Function button.
<Example> To select Panasonic, press (F7).
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
■ Call Directory
— Extension Dialing
• Press Extension (F3) button.
• Press the desired Function button.
<Example> To select B, press (F1).
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
AB
C
DE
FG
HIJ
MENU
S1
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
S3
F3
F4
F5
Adam
Bob
Carol
Alice
Ann Parker
Casey
Ben Johns
Ched Ely
Beth
Chris
PREV
NEXT
MENU
S1
S2
S3
S2
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
S3
To toggle the display between
the name and number, press the
NEXT (S3) button.
• Press the desired Function button.
<Example> To select Beth, press (F5).
F1
F2
KME-soft
Panasonic
Police
Louisa
Home
NEXT
S1
KL F6
MN F7
OPQR F8
S F9
T-Z F10
S2
Bob
Jim Kopp
Ronald
Zangril
Nancy
MENU
9-123-4567
9111111
93333333
97777777
100
MENU
S1
9-987-6543
95555555
9-999
Not Stored
9-1000001
NEXT
S2
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
S3
— System Speed Dialing
• Press SYS Speed (F9) button.
• Press the desired Function button.
<Example> To select J, press (F5).
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
AB
C
DE
FG
HIJ
MENU
S1
KL
MN
OPQR
S
T-Z
S2
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
S3
• Press the desired Function button.
<Example> To select Jack, press (F6).
F1
F2
F3
F4
F5
Harry
Jack
Henry
Janny
Jimmy
Hiroshi
Isaac
John
Ivy’s shop Johes
NEXT
PREV
MENU
S1
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S2
S3
F6
F7
F8
F9
F10
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■ System Feature Access Menu
To use the System Feature Access Menu,
follow the steps below.
• Press Features (F4) button.
• Press NEXT (S3) repeatedly until the
desired feature message is displayed.
• Press the desired Function button which
is next to the message.
• Enter the parameters, if required.
• Off-hook.
Accessible features are as follows.
1.) Absent Message Capability
2.) Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On),
Cancel
3.) Background Music — External*
(Operator / manager only)
4.) Call Log, Incoming
5.) Call Log Lock, Incoming
6.) Call Park
7.) Call Pickup, Directed
8.) Call Pickup, Group
9.) Call Pickup, Outside Line
10.) Call Pickup Deny
11.) Call Waiting
12.) Data Line Security
13.) Door Open
14.) Doorphone Call
15.) Electronic Station Lockout
16.) Executive Busy Override Deny
17.) Live Call Screening (LCS), Password Set
18.) Log-In / Log-Out
19.) Message Waiting
20.) Night Service On / Off*
(Operator / manager only)
21.) Outgoing Message (OGM)*
(Operator / manager only)
22.) Paging — External
23.) Paging — Group
24.) Paging — ANSWER
25.) Paralleled Telephone Connection
26.) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
27.) Station Feature Clear
28.) Timed Reminder
29.) Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up
Call)* (Operator / manager only)
30.) Walking COS
For detail operation for the features marked
“*”, refer to respective features in “5/
Operator/Manager Service Features” in this
section. For others, here shows the selectable
messages and the parameters.
— Absent Message Capability
Setting
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Absent MSG On”.
• Dial the message number (1 through 9) +
parameters, if required.
- 1 : “Will Return Soon”
- 2 : “Gone Home”
- 3 + extension number :
“At Ext extension number”.
- 4 + hour (00 through 23) + minute (00
through 59) : “Back at time”
- 5 + month (01 through 12) + day (01
through 31) : “Out Until date”
- 6 : “In a Meeting”
- 7 through 9 : Programmable
Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Absent MSG Off”.
— Automatic Callback Busy
(Camp-On), Cancel
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Callback Busy Cancel”.
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— Call Log, Incoming
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Log Ovrt On/Off”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to overwrite the call log (On)
- 0 : to disregard (Off)
— Call Log Lock, Incoming
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Log Lock Call”.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
— Call Park
Setting / Retrieving
During a conversation;
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Call Park”.
• Dial the parking zone number.
— Call Pickup, Directed
• Press the Function button which is next to
“C.Pickup Direct”.
• Dial the extension number.
— Call Pickup, Group
• Press the Function button which is next to
“C.Pickup Group”.
— Call Pickup, Outside Line
• Press the Function button which is next to
“C.Pickup CO”.
— Call Pickup Deny
• Press the Function button which is next to
“C.Pickup Deny”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
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— Call Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“C.Waiting”.
• Dial 0, 1, 2 or 3.
- 0 : to cancel
- 1 : to set Call Waiting
- 2 : to set OHCA
- 3 : to set Whisper OHCA
— Data Line Security
Setting / Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Data Line On/Off”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Door Open
- While talking to the doorphone
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Door Open”.
— The door is unlocked for 5 seconds.
— Doorphone Call
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Doorphone Call” button.
— Electronic Station Lockout
Locking / Unlocking
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Station Lock”.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
— Executive Busy Override Deny
Setting / Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Busy Ovrd Deny”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
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— Live Call Screening (LCS), Password
Set †
• Press the Function button which is next to
“LCS Password”.
• To set, dial the password (000 through 999)
twice.
To cancel, dial the same password once.
— Log-In / Log-Out
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Login/Logout”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Message Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Message On” or “Message Off”.
• Dial the extension number.
— Paging, All
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging External” or “Paging Group”.
• Dial .
— Paging, External
To access an external pager
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging External”.
— Paging, Group
— Paging, ANSWER
To answer “Paging — External”
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging-Ext Answer”.
To answer “Paging — Group”
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging-GRP Answer”.
— Paralleled Telephone Connection
To ring / Not to ring a standard telephone
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Parallel On/Off”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to ring
- 0 : not to ring
— Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Storing the phone number
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Pickup DL Prg”.
• Dial the phone number and #.
Setting / Canceling
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Pickup Dialing”.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Station Feature Clear
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Station Program Clear”.
To access all groups simultaneously
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging Group”.
• Dial 0.
To access a particular group of extensions
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Paging Group”.
• Dial the extension group number (1
through 8).
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— Timed Reminder
Setting / Canceling / Confirming
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Timed Reminder”.
• To cancel, press CLR (S2) and go offhook, and skip the rest of the steps.
To confirm, go off-hook and skip the rest
of the steps.
To set, enter the time.
- hh : hour (01 through 12)
- mm : minute (00 through 59)
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for a daily alarm setting (Yes)
- 0 : for a one time alarm setting (No)
• Press PROG (S3) button.
— Walking COS
• Press the Function button which is next to
“Walking COS”.
• Enter the Walking COS password.
• Dial your extension number.
• (Dial the line access code.)
• Dial the phone number.
❐ KX-T7431/KX-T7433/KX-T7436
Display Features
— Call Directory (Extension Dialing /
Station Speed Dialing / System Speed
Dialing)
— System Feature Access Menu
■ Call Directory
— System Speed Dialing
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button once to show the
“System Speed” display.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7436;
• Press SYS Speed (F9) or SHIFT button
repeatedly to show the Jog Dial operation
display.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow on the display.
• Off-hook or press CALL (S3) button.
— Station Speed Dialing
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button two times to show the
“Station Speed” display.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7436;
• Press STA Speed (F8) or STA (S1) button.
(The S1 button can be changed to “STA”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow on the display.
• Off-hook or press CALL (S3) button.
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— Extension Dialing
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button three times to show
the “Extension” display.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7436;
• Press Extension (F3) or EXT (S2) button.
(The S2 button can be changed to “EXT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired item is
at the arrow on the display.
• Off-hook or press CALL (S3) button.
■ System Feature Access Menu
To use the System Feature Access Menu,
follow the steps below.
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Press MODE button repeatedly until
“Feature Access” is displayed.
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired
item is displayed.
• Press SELECT button.
• Enter the parameters, if required.
• Off-hook.
- When using a KX-T7433 or KX-T7436;
• Press Features (F4) or FEAT (S3) button.
(The S3 button can be changed to “FEAT”
by pressing the SHIFT button repeatedly.)
• Rotate the Jog Dial until the desired
item is at the arrow on the display.
• Press SEL (S3) button.
• Enter the parameters, if required.
• Off-hook.
3.) Background Music — External*
(Operator / manager only)
4.) Call Log, Incoming
5.) Call Log Lock, Incoming
6.) Call Park
7.) Call Pickup, Directed
8.) Call Pickup, Group
9.) Call Pickup, Outside Line
10.) Call Pickup Deny
11.) Call Waiting
12.) Data Line Security
13.) Door Open
14.) Doorphone Call
15.) Electronic Station Lockout
16.) Executive Busy Override Deny
17.) Live Call Screening (LCS), Password Set
18.) Log-In / Log-Out
19.) Message Waiting
20.) Night Service On / Off*
(Operator / manager only)
21.) Outgoing Message (OGM)*
(Operator / manager only)
22.) Paging — External
23.) Paging — Group
24.) Paging — ANSWER
25.) Paralleled Telephone Connection
26.) Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
27.) Station Feature Clear
28.) Timed Reminder
29.) Timed Reminder, Remote (Wake-Up
Call)* (Operator / manager only)
30.) Walking COS
— For detail operation for the features marked
“*”, refer to respective features in “5/
Operator/Manager Service Features” in this
section. For others, here shows the
selectable messages and the parameters.
Accessible features are as follows.
1.) Absent Message Capability
2.) Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On),
Cancel
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— Absent Message Capability
Setting
• KX-T7431: Select “ABST MSG On” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “ABST MSG On” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Absent MSG On” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the message number (1 through 9) +
parameters, if required.
- 1 : “Will Return Soon”
- 2 : “Gone Home”
- 3 + extension number :
“At Ext extension number”.
- 4 + hour (00 through 23) + minute (00
through 59) : “Back at time”
- 5 + month (01 through 12) + day (01
through 31) : “Out Until date”
- 6 : “In a Meeting”
- 7 through 9 : Programmable
Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “ABST MSG Off” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “ABST MSG Off” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Absent MSG Off” and
press SEL (S3) button.
— Automatic Callback Busy
(Camp-On), Cancel
• KX-T7431: Select “Callback Cancel” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Callback Cancel” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Callback Busy Cancel”
and press SEL (S3) button.
— Call Park
Setting / Retrieving
During a conversation;
• KX-T7431: Select “Call Park” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433 and KX-T7436: Select “Call
Park” and press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the parking zone number.
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— Call Pickup, Directed
• KX-T7431: Select “C.PickupDRT” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “C.PickupDRT” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “C.Pickup Direct” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the extension number.
— Call Pickup, Group
• KX-T7431: Select “C.Pickup GRP” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “C.Pickup GRP” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “C.Pickup Group” and
press SEL (S3) button.
— Call Pickup, Outside Line
• KX-T7431: Select “C.Pickup CO” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433 and KX-T7436: Select
“C.Pickup CO” and press SEL (S3) button.
— Call Pickup Deny
• KX-T7431: Select “C.PickupDNY” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “C.PickupDNY” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “C.Pickup Deny” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— Call Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “C.Waiting” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433 and KX-T7436: Select
“C.Waiting” and press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 0, 1, 2 or 3.
- 0 : to cancel
- 1 : to set Call Waiting
- 2 : to set OHCA
- 3 : to set Whisper OHCA
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— Data Line Security
Setting / Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “Data Line” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Data Line” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Data Line On/Off” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Door Open
- While talking to the doorphone
• KX-T7431: Select “Door Open” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433 and KX-T7436: Select “Door
Open” and press SEL (S3) button.
— The door is unlocked for 5 seconds.
— Doorphone Call
• KX-T7431: Select “Doorphone” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Doorphone” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Doorphone Call” and
press SEL (S3) button.
— Electronic Station Lockout
Locking / Unlocking
• KX-T7431: Select “St.Lock” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “St.Lock” and press SEL
(S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Station Lock” and press
SEL (S3) button.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
— Executive Busy Override Deny
Setting / Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “BSY Ovr DNY” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “BSY Ovr DNY” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Busy Ovrd Deny” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Live Call Screening (LCS), Password
Set †
• KX-T7431: Select “LCS #” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “LCS #” and press SEL
(S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “LCS Password” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• To set, dial the password (000 through 999)
twice.
To cancel, dial the same password once.
— Log-In / Log-Out
• KX-T7431: Select “Login/out” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Login/out” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Login/Logout” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Message Waiting
Setting
• KX-T7431: Select “MSG On” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “MSG On” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Message On” and press
SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the extension number.
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Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “MSG Off” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “MSG Off” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Message Off” and press
SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the extension number.
— Paging, All
• KX-T7431: Select “Page Extrn” or “Page
GRP” and press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page Extrn” or “Page
GRP” and press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging External” or
“Paging Group” and press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial .
— Paging, External
To access an external pager
• KX-T7431: Select “Page Extrn” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page Extrn” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging External” and
press SEL (S3) button.
— Paging, Group
To access all groups simultaneously
• KX-T7431: Select “Page GRP” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page GRP” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging Group” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 0.
To access a particular group of extensions
• KX-T7431: Select “Page GRP” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page GRP” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging Group” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the extension group number (1
through 8).
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— Paging, ANSWER
To answer “Paging — External”
• KX-T7431: Select “Page-E ANS” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page-E ANS” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging-Ext Answer”
and press SEL (S3) button.
To answer “Paging — Group”
• KX-T7431: Select “Page-GRP ANS” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Page-GRP ANS” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Paging-GRP Answer”
and press SEL (S3) button.
— Paralleled Telephone Connection
To ring / Not to ring a standard telephone
• KX-T7431: Select “Parallel” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Parallel” and press SEL
(S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Parallel On/Off” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to ring
- 0 : not to ring
— Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Storing the phone number
• KX-T7431: Select “Pickup DL PG” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Pickup DL PG” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Pickup DL Prg” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial the phone number and #.
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Setting / Canceling
• KX-T7431: Select “Pickup Dial” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “Pickup Dial” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Pickup Dialing” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set (On)
- 0 : to cancel (Off)
— Station Feature Clear
• KX-T7431: Select “STA. Prog Clear” and
press SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “STA. Prog Clear” and
press SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Station Program Clear”
and press SEL (S3) button.
— Timed Reminder
Setting / Canceling / Confirming
- When using a KX-T7436;
• Select “Timed Reminder” and press SEL
(S3) button.
• To cancel, press CLR (S2) and go offhook, and skip the rest of the steps.
To confirm, go off-hook and skip the rest
of the steps.
To set, enter the time.
- hh : hour (01 through 12)
- mm : minute (00 through 59)
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for a daily alarm setting (Yes)
- 0 : for a one time alarm setting (No)
• Press PROG (S3) button.
- When using a KX-T7433;
• Select “Timed Reminder” and press SEL
(S3) button.
• Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 0 : to set
- 1 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
• To cancel or confirm, go off-hook and skip
the rest of the steps.
To set, enter the time.
- hh : hour (01 through 12)
- mm : minute (00 through 59)
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for a daily alarm setting (Yes)
- 0 : for a one time alarm setting (No)
- When using a KX-T7431;
• Select “Timed Reminder” and press
SELECT button.
• Dial 1, 0 or 2.
- 0 : to set
- 1 : to cancel
- 2 : to confirm
• To cancel or confirm, go off-hook and skip
the rest of the steps.
To set, enter the time.
- hh : hour (01 through 12)
- mm : minute (00 through 59)
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for a daily alarm setting (Yes)
- 0 : for a one time alarm setting (No)
— Walking COS
• KX-T7431: Select “WK.COS” and press
SELECT button.
KX-T7433: Select “WK.COS” and press
SEL (S3) button.
KX-T7436: Select “Walking COS” and
press SEL (S3) button.
• Enter the Walking COS password.
• Dial your extension number.
• (Dial the line access code.)
• Dial the phone number.
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Standard Telephone Features
7
If the “Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)” feature is
enabled, any dialing must be done prior to the
Pickup Dial Waiting Time (default: 1 sec.).
To change the time, System programming is
required. For programming instructions, please
consult with your dealer.
❐ Absent Message Capability
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 750.
• Dial the message number (1 through 9) +
parameters, if required.
- 1 : “Will Return Soon”
- 2 : “Gone Home”
- 3 + extension number :
“At Ext extension number”.
- 4 + hour (00 through 23) + minute (00
through 59) : “Back at time”
- 5 + month (01 through 12) + day (01
through 31) : “Out Until date”
- 6 : “In a Meeting”
- 7 through 9 : Programmable
• On-hook.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 7500.
• On-hook.
❐ Account Code Entry
• Off-hook.
• Dial 49 + account code (up to nine digits)
+ #.
❐ Alternate Calling — Ring / Voice
Alternating
— If the called extension is set to RingCalling mode;
• Dial when hearing a ringback tone.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
(The Voice-Calling mode is active.)
— If the called extension is set to VoiceCalling mode;
• Dial when hearing a confirmation tone.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
(The Ring-Calling mode is active.)
❐ Automatic Callback Busy (CampOn)
Setting
While hearing a busy tone;
• Dial 6.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Answering an intercom recall
• Off-hook.
Answering an outside line recall
• Off-hook.
• Dial the telephone number.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 46.
• On-hook.
❐ Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
While hearing a busy tone;
• Dial 1.
• Wait for an answer.
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❐ Call Forwarding
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 710.
• Dial the Call Forwarding number (2
through 7) + parameters.
- 2 + extension number : All Calls
- 3 + extension number : Busy
- 4 + extension number : No Answer
- 5 + extension number : Busy / No Answer
- 6 + line access code (9 or 81 through 83)
+ phone number + # : to CO Line
- 7 + your extension number : Follow Me
(at the destination extension)
• On-hook.
Canceling
— At the original extension
• Off-hook.
• Dial 7100.
• On-hook.
— At the destination extension —
“Follow Me (All Calls)” only
• Off-hook.
• Dial 7108 + your extension number.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Hold
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial 50.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Retrieving
- at the holding extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 50.
❐ Call Hold Retrieve
Retrieving an outside call on hold
- at another extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 53 + held outside line number.
Retrieving an intercom call on hold
- at another extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 51 + holding extension number.
❐ Call Park
Setting
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Dial 52 + parking zone number
(0 through 9).
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Retrieving
• Off-hook.
• Dial 52 + parking zone number.
❐ Call Pickup
— Directed
• Off-hook.
• Dial 41 + extension number.
— Group
• Off-hook.
• Dial 40.
— Outside Line
• Off-hook.
• Dial 4 .
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❐ Call Pickup Deny
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 720.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Splitting
Having a conversation while another call
is on hold temporarily
• Flash the hookswitch repeatedly to
alternate between the callers.
❐ Call Transfer – to Extension
— Screened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial the extension number.
• Wait for an answer and announce.
• On-hook.
— Unscreened Call Transfer
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial the extension number.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Transfer – to Outside Line
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through
83).
• Dial the phone number.
• Wait for an answer and announce.
• On-hook.
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❐ Call Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 731.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Call Waiting from Central Office
While hearing a Call Waiting tone;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial 6.
❐ Conference
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial the third party.
• Talk to the third party.
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial 3.
❐ Data Line Security
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 730.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Direct Inward System Access
(DISA)
Calling an extension
• Dial the DISA phone number.
• Listen to the DISA outgoing message.
• Dial the extension number.
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❐ Do Not Disturb (DND)
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 710.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Emergency Call
• Off-hook.
• Dial the line access code (9 or 81 through
83).
• Dial the desired emergency number.
❐ Executive Busy Override
❐ Do Not Disturb Override
• Dial 1 while hearing a Do Not Disturb
tone.
❐ Doorphone Call
Answering a doorphone call
• Off-hook.
Calling a doorphone
• Off-hook.
• Dial 31.
To unlock the door (programmed
extensions only)
• Off-hook.
• Dial 55.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
To unlock the door while talking to the
doorphone
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial 5.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
— Extension
• Dial 2 while hearing a busy tone.
❐ Executive Busy Override Deny
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 733.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ External Feature Access
During a conversation;
• Flash the hookswitch.
• Dial 6 + desired service code.
❐ Intercom Calling
• Off-hook.
• Dial the extension number.
❐ Log-In / Log-Out
❐ Electronic Station Lockout
Locking / Unlocking
• Off-hook.
• Dial 77.
• To lock, dial the lock code (000 through
999) twice.
To unlock, dial the same lock code once.
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 45.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : for Log-In
- 0 : for Log-Out
• On-hook.
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❐ Message Waiting
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 70.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
• Dial the extension number.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Calling back the message sender
• Off-hook.
• Dial 702.
Clearing all messages by the message
receiver
• Off-hook.
• Dial 700 + your extension number.
❐ Off-Hook Call Announcement
(OHCA)
While hearing a busy tone;
• Dial 1.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• Talk.
❐ Operator Call
• Off-hook.
• Dial 0.
❐ Outward Dialing
— Line Access, Automatic
• Off-hook.
• Dial 9 + phone number.
— Line Access, Individual
• Off-hook.
• Dial 8 + outside line number (1 through 3).
• Dial the phone number.
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❐ Paging
— All
• Off-hook.
• Dial 33 .
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
— External
• Off-hook.
• Dial 32.
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
— Group
To access all groups simultaneously
• Off-hook.
• Dial 330.
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
To access a particular group of
extensions
• Off-hook.
• Dial 33 + extension group number
(1 through 8).
— A confirmation tone is audible (optional).
• Announce.
❐ Paging – ANSWER
• Dial 42 or 43.
- 42 : To answer a page sent to the external
pager/TAFAS
- 43 : To answer a page sent to the built-in
speaker
❐ Paging and Transfer
To transfer
• Flash the hookswitch before dialing the
paging feature number (33).
— Check the feature number you wish to
use in the “Paging” section.
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❐ Pickup Dialing (Hot Line)
Storing the phone number
• Off-hook.
• Dial 742 + phone number + #.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Setting / Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 74.
• Dial 1 or 0.
- 1 : to set
- 0 : to cancel
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Dialing
• Off-hook.
❐ Pulse to Tone Conversion
• Dial the phone number (Pulse mode).
• Dial and #.
• Dial the phone number (Tone mode).
❐ Quick Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial the quick dial number.
❐ Redial, Last Number
• Off-hook.
• Dial #.
❐ Station Feature Clear
• Off-hook.
• Dial 790.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Station Speed Dialing
Storing the phone number
• Off-hook.
• Dial 30 + station speed dial number (0
through 9) + phone number + #.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial 3 + station speed dial number.
❐ System Speed Dialing
• Off-hook.
• Dial + system speed dial number (00
through 99).
❐ Timed Reminder
Setting
• Off-hook.
• Dial 761.
• Enter hour (01 through 12).
• Enter minute (00 through 59).
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for AM
- 1 : for PM
• Dial 0 or 1.
- 0 : for a one time setting
- 1 : for a daily setting
• On-hook.
Canceling
• Off-hook.
• Dial 760.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
❐ Trunk (Outside Line) Answer
From Any Station (TAFAS)
• Off-hook.
• Dial 42.
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❐ Voice Mail Integration
Setting the Call Forwarding destination
to Voice Mail
• Off-hook.
• Dial 710 + Call Forwarding number (2
through 5).
- 2 : Call Forwarding – All calls
- 3 : Call Forwarding – Busy
- 4 : Call Forwarding – No Answer
- 5 : Call Forwarding – Busy/No Answer
• Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
— A confirmation tone is audible.
• On-hook.
Listening to a stored message
• Off-hook.
• Dial the Voice Mail extension number.
❐ Walking COS
Making a call
At another extension;
• Off-hook.
• Dial 47 + the Walking COS password.
• Dial your extension number.
• (Dial the line access code.)
• Dial the phone number.
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Appendix
Contents
Display Examples ..........................................................................7-2
Feature Number List.....................................................................7-9
Tone List ......................................................................................7-12
Troubleshooting...........................................................................7-14
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Appendix
Display Examples
Due to the Bilingual Display Selection Feature, you can select the display in English or
French. The left part is the English display and the right part is the French display.
ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Set Time & Date
REGLER
HEURE/DATE
Factory setting.
— Shown on the manager’s display only.
WED JAN01 12:00A
VEN JAN01 12:00A
The current date and time are not set.
— Pressing “ ” while on-hook alternates between this
display and the self extension number and name
display.
12:
12:
Make or receive an intercom call, name is not assigned.
12:Tony Viola
12:TONY VIOLA
Make or receive an intercom call; name is assigned.
Confirm key programming on the DSS or
MESSAGE button.
23:Busy
23:OCCUPE
Destination extension is busy.
45:DND
45:NPD
Destination extension is set to “Do Not Disturb (DND)”.
56:Free
56:LIBRE
Called by “Camp-On” (intercom recall).
1234567890
1234567890
Called by an outside line with the Caller ID*-number.
* Caller ID: Provides you with a caller’s information, such as
his/her name and telephone number, on the outside line
assigned to receive Caller ID service calls. This
requires a subscription for caller identification services.
For more details, please consult with your dealer.
Panasonic
PANASONIC
Called by an outside line, with Caller ID*-number.
950-1001PP12345&
950-1001PP12345&
Confirm key programming on the REDIAL, SAVE,
or One-Touch Dialing button.
→12:Tony Viola
→12:TONY VIOLA
Make or receive an intercom call after the call is
transferred; name is assigned.
→ CO 2
→ LR 2
Called by an outside line after a call is transferred.
→23:Busy
→23:OCCUPE
Destination extension is busy after the call is
transferred.
→45:DND
→45:NPD
Destination extension is set to “Do Not Disturb
(DND)” after the call is transferred.
Account
COMPTE
Confirm key programming on the Account button.
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ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Alarm
10:15AM
AVERT.
10:15AM
Complete to set or called by “Timed Reminder” (onetime mode).
Confirm “Timed Reminder” programming.
Alarm
10:15AM*
AVERT.
10:15AM*
Complete to set or called by “Timed Reminder”
(everyday mode).
Confirm “Timed Reminder” programming.
Alarm Cancelled
AVERT. ANNULE
Cancel “Timed Reminder”.
Alarm Not Stored
AVERT. NON REGLE
Confirm “Timed Reminder” programming when it is
not stored.
All Call Page
RECH INT ET EXT
Access to “Paging — All”.
At Ext 12
At Ext 12
Absent Message 3.
Back at
11:00
Back at
11:00
Absent Message 4.
BGM On
MUSIQUE:OUI
Start BGM.
BGM Off
MUSIQUE:NON
Stop BGM.
Busy
OCCUPE
Resource is busy.
Busy Ovrde Allow
ENT.TIERS:OUI
Cancel “Executive Busy Override Deny”.
Busy Ovrde Deny
ENT.TIERS:NON
Complete to set “Executive Busy Override Deny”.
C.Pickup Allow
PRSE APPL:OUI
Cancel “Call Pickup Deny”.
C.Pickup Deny
PRSE APPL:NON
Complete to set “Call Pickup Deny”.
Call Parked at 1
MISE EN ATT. A1
Complete to set “Call Park”.
Call Waiting Off
APPEL EN ATT:NON
Cancel “Call Waiting”.
Call Waiting On
APPEL EN ATT:OUI
Complete to set “Call Waiting”.
Callback Ext1234
RAPPEL PSTE 1234
Complete to set “Camp-On”.
Callback CO 1
RAPPEL LR 1
Complete to set “Camp-On”.
Callback TRG 1
RAPPEL GR LR 1
Complete to set “Camp-On”.
Callback CO *
RAPPEL LR*
Complete to set “Camp-On” when there is no idle
outside line.
CO 1
LR 1
Idle outside line is captured.
Called by an outside line.
CO 1
0:01’15
LR 1
0:01’15
Duration time of incoming outside call.
CO 1 & CO 2
LR 1 & LR 2
Conference with two outside line.
Called by hold recall. — “Conference, Unattended”
CO3: Free
LR3: LIBRE
Called by “Camp-On” (Outside line recall).
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ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
CO2:AB COMPANY
LR2:AB COMPANY
Received an outside call with a Caller ID; the outside
line number and the outside line name are assigned.
Conference
CONFERENCE
Confirm key programming on the Conference button.
CO in Use
LR OCCUPEE
The selected outside line is busy.
CO Not Assigned
LR NON ASSIGNEE
The desired outside line is restricted (not assigned).
CONT RNGOFF BGM
CONT SONN-N MUS
Ringer Volume is off.
Contrast:***
CONTRAST:***
Display Contrast — Adjustment.
Data Mode Off
PROTECTION:NON
Cancel “Data Line Security”.
Data Mode On
PROTECTION:OUI
Complete to set “Data Line Security”.
Day Mode
SERVICE DE JOUR
Day mode status. (Cancel Night mode.)
— “Night Service”
Do Not Disturb
NE PAS DERANGER
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
Complete to set “Do Not Disturb (DND)”.
Door Open
PORTE OUVRIR
Complete to open the door.
Doorphone
PORTIER TEL.
Make or receive a doorphone call.
E12 & CO 1
P12 & LR 1
Conference with an extension and outside line.
E12 & E13
P12 & P13
Conference with two extensions.
Enter ACCNT Code
ENTRER NO COMPTE
Pressing Account Button.
— “Account Code Entry”
Ext Data Clear
DONN. PST ANNUL.
Execute “Station Feature Clear”.
External BGM Off
MUS. EXT.:NON
Stop BGM through external pager.
— “Background Music (BGM) — External”
External BGM On
MUS. EXT.:OUI
Start BGM through external pager.
— “Background Music (BGM) — External”
Extrnl Page All
RECH. EXT.-TOUS
Access to “Paging — External” (- to all external
pagers).
Extrnl Page
RECH. EXT.
Access to “Paging — External” (- to a specific external
pagers).
FWD(ALL)Ext12
RNV(TOUS)PST12
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — All Calls”.
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
FWD(B/NA)Ext12
RNV(O/SR)PST12
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — Busy/No Answer”.
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
FWD(BSY)Ext12
RNV(OCC)PST12
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — Busy”.
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
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ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
FWD(CO)91201431
RNV(LR)91201431
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — to Outside Line”.
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
FWD(From)Ext12
RNV(DE)PST12
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — Follow Me”.
FWD(NA)Ext34
RNV(SR)PST34
Complete to set “Call Forwarding — No Answer”.
Confirm key programming on the FWD/DND button.
FWD Cancel E 12
ANNUL. RNV/P12
Cancel “Call Forwarding — Follow Me (All Calls)” at
another extension.
FWD/DND Cancel
ANNULER RNV/NPD
Cancel “Call Forwarding” or “Do Not Disturb (DND)”.
Gone Home
Gone Home
Absent Message 2.
Group Page 1
RECHERCHE GR1
Access to “Paging — Group” (- to a particular
extension group).
Group Page All
RECH. GR-TOUS
Access to “Paging — Group” (- to all extensions).
Handset:**
COMBINE:**
Volume Control — handset on handset mode.
Headset:**
CASQUE:**
Volume Control — headset on headset mode.
In a Meeting
In a Meeting
Absent Message 6.
Locked No. :12
CODE VERR.:12
Complete to set “Call Log Lock, Incoming”.
Complete to set “Electronic Station Lockout”.
Message Cancel
MESSAGE ANNULE
Cancel Absent Message.
MW at Ext 12
MESS. PST 12
Complete to set “Message Waiting”.
MW Not Accepted
MESS ATT. REFUSE
Not complete to set “Message Waiting”.
MW Cancel:E12
MESS ANNUL:P12
Cancel “Message Waiting” of desired extension.
MW Cancelled
MESS ATT.ANNULE
Cancel one’s own “Message Waiting”.
Night Mode
SERVICE DE NUIT
Night mode status. (Cancel Day mode.)
— “Night Service”
No Held Call
AUCUN APPEL ATT.
There is no held call when retrieving call on hold or
parked call.
No Incoming Call
AUCUN APPEL ENT.
There is no incoming call when trying to pick up the
call.
Not Valid
NON VALIDE
Illegal operation.
OGM
Play:10
REP
LECT:10
When playing back the OGM.
OGM
Rec:12
REP
ENP:12
When recording back the OGM.
Out Until 12/12
Out Until 12/12
Absent Message 5.
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ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Parallel Off
PARALLELE:NON
Cancel “Paralleled Telephone Connection”.
Parallel On
PARALLELE:OUI
Complete to set “Paralleled Telephone Connection”.
Park at 0 N/A
ATT A 0 N VAL
Not complete to set “Call Park”.
PT-PGM Mode
TP-MODE PROG
Entered the Station Programming mode.
RCL:Tony Viola
RAPL:TONY VIOLA
Called by transfer recall, with name. — “Call Transfer”
RCL: Ext 12
RAPL: PST 12
Called by transfer recall, without name.
— “Call Transfer”
Restricted
RESTREINT
An outgoing call is restricted.
Ringer:***
SONN:***
Volume Control — ringer on idle status.
SP:************
HP:************
Volume Control — speaker on handsfree mode.
Transfer to CO
TRANSFERT A LR
The destination extension is set “Call Forwarding — to
Outside Line”.
Unlocked
DEVERROUILLE
Cancel “Call Log Lock, Incoming”.
Cancel “Electronic Station Lockout”.
Will Return Soon
Will Return Soon
Absent Message 1.
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Examples — in Station Programming mode
ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Account
COMPTE
Account button is assigned.
C.W. Tone1
TON.APPEL1
Select Call Waiting tone.
Clear Ready?
ANNULER DONNEES?
Available to clear Station Programming data.
CO-1
LR-1
Single-CO (S-CO) button is assigned.
Conference
CONFERENCE
Conference (CONF) button is assigned.
14:CO Lock
14:LR VERR.
Complete to lock the outside calls of other extension.
— “Remote Station Lock Control”.
14:Ext Lock
14:PST VERR.
Complete to lock the intercom calls of other extension.
— “Remote Station Lock Control”.
14:Unlock
14:DEVERR
Cancel “Remote Station Lock Control”.
Ext-12
PST-12
DSS button is assigned.
FWD/DND
RNV/NPD
FWD/DND button is assigned.
Hands-free:Off
MAINS LIB.:NON
Disable “Full One-Touch Dialing” mode.
Hands-free:On
MAINS LIB.:OUI
Enable “Full One-Touch Dialing” mode.
Handset
COMBINE
Select Handset mode.
Headset
CASQUE
Select Headset mode.
Jack4<=>EXT14
PRSE4<=>PST14
Confirm jack number and extension number.
Loop-CO
BOUCLE DE LR
Loop-CO (L-CO) button is assigned.
Message Waiting
MESS. EN ATTENTE
Message Waiting (MESSAGE) button is assigned.
Not Stored
NON MEMORISE
No programming is assigned.
Pref.In:CO-2
ENT.PREF:LR-2
Select “Prime Line (Outside Line) Preference —
Incoming”.
Pref.In:NO
ENT.PREF:NON
Select “No Line Preference — Incoming”.
Pref.In:Ring
ENT.PREF:SONN
Select “Ring Line Preference — Incoming”.
Pref.Out:CO-2
SOR.PREF:LR-2
Select “Prime Line (Outside Line) Preference —
Outgoing”.
Pref.Out:ICM
SOR.PREF:INTCM
Select “Prime Line (INTERCOM) Preference —
Outgoing”.
Pref.Out:Idle
SOR.PREF:LIB
Select “Idle Line Preference — Outgoing”.
Pref.Out:No
SOR.PREF:NON
Select “No Line Preference — Outgoing”.
Save
SAUVEGARDE
SAVE button is assigned.
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ENGLISH DISPLAY
FRENCH DISPLAY
DESCRIPTION
Tone Call
APPEL-TON.
Select Ring-Calling mode.
Tone Type-2
TON.TYPE-2
Select ringing tone for a CO button or intercom calls.
VTR-11
TMV-11
Voice Mail (VM) Transfer button is assigned.
Voice Call
APPEL VOCAL
Select Voice-Calling mode.
092-555-2111
092-555-2111
One-Touch Dialing button is assigned.
Conditions
• If the displayed characters exceed sixteen digits, “&” is shown at the right-hand edge.
• The duration time display is only shown when you make or receive an outside call.
Count start time for outgoing calls can be programmed as desired.
• When you confirm key programming, be sure to press a button while on-hook. If the
“Full One-Touch Dialing” feature is set, dialing mode will start when pressing PF
(Programmable Feature), DSS (Direct Station Selection), SAVE or REDIAL button.
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Feature Number List
Numbers listed below are the initial factory settings (default value). There are flexible
feature numbers and fixed feature numbers. To change the flexible feature numbers,
System Programming is required. For programming instructions, please consult with your
dealer.
Flexible Feature Numbers and Additional Required Digits
Feature
1st hundred extension block
2nd hundred extension block
3rd through 16th hundred extension block
Absent Message Capability set/cancel
Account Code Entry
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On) cancel
Background Music (BGM) — External on/off
Call Forwarding set/cancel
Call Forwarding — Follow Me set/cancel
Call Hold
Call Hold, Retrieve outside call/intercom call
Call Log, Incoming set/cancel
Call Log Lock, Incoming lock
unlock
Call Park/Call Park Retrieve
Call Pickup, Directed
Call Pickup, Group
Call Pickup, Outside Line
Call Pickup Deny set/cancel
Call Waiting set/cancel
Data Line Security set/cancel
Do Not Disturb (DND) set/cancel
Doorphone Call calling/door open
Electronic Station Lockout set
Electronic Station Lockout cancel
Executive Busy Override Deny set/cancel
External Feature Access
Live Call Screening Password set/
Live Call Screening Password cancel
Default
Additional Required Digits
1
2
—
750
49
46
35
710
710
50
53 / 51
56
57
57
52
41
40
4
720
731
730
710
31 / 55
77
77
733
6
799
799
0 - 9, 00 - 99
0 - 9, 00 - 99
0 - 9, 00 - 99
1-9/0
Account code + #(99)
2-6 / 0
7/8
1/0
000 - 999 twice
000 - 999
0-9
EXTN. (extension no.)
1/0
1/0
1/0
1/0
000 - 999 twice
000 - 999
1/0
000 - 999 twice
000 - 999
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Feature
Default
Additional Required Digits
Log-In/Log-Out
Message Waiting set/cancel
Message Waiting callback
Night Service set/cancel
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) set/cancel
Operator Call
Outgoing Message (OGM)
recording/playback
Outward Dialing,
— Line Access, Automatic / ARS
— Line Access, Individual
Paging — All
Paging — External
Paging — External Answer/TAFAS Answer
Paging — Group all/particular
Paging — Group Answer
Paralleled Telephone Connection set/cancel
Pickup Dialing (Hot Line) assign/set/cancel
Redial, Last Number
(— for Standard telephone)
Station Feature Clear
Station Speed Dialing
Station Speed Dialing store
System Speed Dialing (— for Standard telephone)
System Working Report print out/clear
Timed Reminder set
Timed Reminder cancel/confirm
Timed Reminder, Remote set
Timed Reminder, Remote cancel/confirm
Walking COS
Whisper OHCA set/cancel
45
70
70
78
731
0
36
1/0
1 + EXTN. / 0 + EXTN.
2
1/0
2/0
* hhmm
hh: hour (01 - 12) / mm: minute (00 - 59)
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9
8
33
32
42
33
43
39
74
#
1/2
1-3
0/1-8
1/0
2 + phone no. + # / 1 / 0
790
3
30
0-9
(0 - 9) + phone no. + #
794
76
76
7
7
47
731
1/0
1 + hhmm* + (0 / 1) + (0 / 1)
0/2
1 + EXTN. + hhmm* + (0 / 1) + (0 / 1)
0 + EXTN. / 2+ EXTN.
Walking COS password + EXTN.
3/0
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Fixed Feature Numbers
Feature
Default
While a busy tone is heard
Automatic Callback Busy (Camp-On)
Busy Station Signaling (BSS)
Executive Busy Override
Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA)
Whisper OHCA
While a Do Not Disturb tone is heard
Do Not Disturb (DND) Override
During calling or talking
Account Code Delimiter
Alternate Calling — Ring/Voice
Conference
Door open
Pulse to Tone Conversion
When the telephone is on-hook
Background Music (BGM) on/off
Day/Night mode display
Date and time display/self extension
number and name display switching
6
1
2
1
1
1
#/99
3
5
#
1
#
Conditions
• Extension numbers can be two to four digits in length. Any number can be set as
the leading first or second digit.
• Flexible feature numbers can only be dialed while a dial tone is heard.
• When “ ” or “#” are included in a feature number, it will not be possible for users
with dial pulse (DP) telephones to access the feature.
Programming References
• User Programming (Section 3)
[003] Extension Number Set
• System Programming — Installation Manual
[003] Extension Number Set
[100] Flexible Numbering
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Tone List
<TONE>
Confirmation Tone 1
Confirmation Tone 2
Confirmation Tone 3
Confirmation Tone 4
Dial Tone 1
Dial Tone 2
Dial Tone 3
Dial Tone 4
Busy Tone
Reorder Tone
Ringback Tone 1
Ringback Tone 2
Do Not Disturb (DND)
Tone
Outside-to-Outside Line
Call Limit Warning Tone
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<TONE>
15 sec
Call Waiting Tone 1
5 sec
Call Waiting Tone 2
(Outside line)
Call Waiting Tone 2
(Intercom)
15 sec
Hold Recall
<RING TONE>
1 sec
Outside Calls /
Outside Call Hold Recall
Intercom Calls /
Intercom Hold Recall
Doorphone Calls /
Timed Reminder
Callback Ringing
(Camp-on Recall)
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Troubleshooting
If a power failure should occur...
Your system enables conversations between specific outside lines and extensions (Power
Failure Transfer), and supports system data backup.
Power Failure Transfer
Specific extensions are automatically connected directly to specific outside lines. This
provides outside line conversations between the following extensions and outside lines:
Outside line 1 is connected to extension jack number 1.
• All other conversations are disconnected during a power failure.
• Digital proprietary telephones (DPT) cannot be used during a power failure. Standard
telephones can work in the event of a power failure. Connect them to the above jacks.
• When power is restored after a power failure, your system automatically restarts
operation, maintaining as much of the previous system data as possible.
Problem
Possible Solution
Nothing is heard in the
handsfree mode.
The “Headset” mode is
selected.
When the headset is not used,
set the mode to “Handset”.
Refer to “Handset/Headset
Selection” in Station
Programming (Section 2), or
“Initial Setting” (Section 1.1).
The unit does not ring.
• The outside line number
is not programmed.
• The Ringer Volume is set
to “OFF”.
• For programming outside line
numbers, please consult with
your dealer.
• Increase the Ringer Volume.
Refer to “Initial Setting”
(Section 1.1).
The display flashes the
following message:
Set Time & Date
The system internal clock
does not work properly.
Consult with an authorized
Panasonic Factory Service
Center.
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Probable Cause
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