digital telephone controls
Washington
College
4020 Premium Reflexes
User Guide
Presented By:
Fortran Corp.
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Table of Contents
Premium Telephone Description
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Premium Telephone Controls
Volume Controls (Speaker, Handset, Ringing)
Ringer Tone Control
Display Contrast
Speaker Phone Operation
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Dialing Instructions
To Call Another Phone within the facility
To Call an Outside Number
Receiving a Call
Receiving a Second Call
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Transferring Instructions
Unscreened Transfers
Screened Transfers
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Feature Instructions
Call Hold
Call Hold Retrieve
Call Forwarding
Forward All Calls
Cancel Forward All Calls
Call Forward Busy/Don’t Answer
Cancel Forward Busy/Don’t Answer
Call Forward on Ring
Redial
Last Number Call Back
Call Back
Replying to Call Back
Call Announce
To Program Personal Directory Keys
To Call a Number using Personal Directory
To Program Free Keys
To Call using a Free Key
Conferencing
Call Pickup Group
Call Pickup Directed
Call Park
Call Park Retrieve
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Voicemail Instructions
Voice Mail instructions
Voice Mail instructions Reference Guide
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Premium Telephone
Description
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1 – Telephone Handset.
2 – Telephone Keypad used to dial and access certain features.
3 – Programmable Function Keys used for quick access to features within the telephone system.
4 – Alphanumeric Display gives user information to help manage calls with ease.
5 – Audio Keys gives users the ability to turn speaker, handset and ringer volume up or down.
Listen and Speaker keys are used for speaker-phone operation.
6 – Alphanumeric Keypad is used for dial by name and programming
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PREMIUM TELEPHONE CONTROLS
VOLUME CONTROLS
The right and left arrows, located below the keypad, control the ringing volume, the speaker volume
and the handset volume.
Speaker Volume- To increase or decrease the volume through your speaker, press the SPEAKER
key and adjust the volume using the right and left arrows accordingly.
Handset Volume- To increase or decrease the volume in the handset ear-piece, lift your handset
and use the right and left arrows to adjust accordingly.
Ringing Volume- To increase or decrease the volume of your ringer, press Listen and use the right
and left arrows to adjust accordingly.
RINGER TONE CONTROL
The LISTEN key provides the telephone with 16 different ring tones. This is useful when a group of
users sit in close proximity to one another. Each user can set their tone differently and know by the
sound of the ring, when their telephone is ringing if they are away from their area. When you are
choosing a ring tone you may also adjust the volume of your ring at that time. Use the right and left
arrow keys to adjust your volume accordingly. To change the ringer tone press LISTEN until you
hear the desired tone and press END.
DISPLAY CONTRAST
To change the contrast of your telephone display dial **3 then use the – and + keys to adjust.
SPEAKER PHONE OPERATION
The Alcatel telephones are equipped with a two-way speaker. You can listen and talk through the
speaker without lifting the handset. The microphone used for hands-free operation is located
beneath the handset of these telephones. For maximum clarity, speak in the direction of the
microphone and avoid using the speakerphone if there is background noise near your phone. The
microphone can be disabled during a conversation by pressing the MUTE button. When the
microphone is muted, the red lamp on the button will flash. To disable the mute feature and
continue talking to your party; press the flashing MUTE button.
DIALING INSTRUCTIONS
TO CALL ANOTHER PHONE WITHIN THE FACILITY:
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Dial the four digits of the desired party’s extension.
TO CALL AN OUTSIDE NUMBER:
(WASHINGTON COLLEGE BUSINESS CALLS)
LOCAL:
LONG DISTANCE:
CREDIT CARD:
TOLL FREE:
Dial 9 + area code + local phone number
Dial 9 + 1 + area code and number
Dial 9 + 0 + number
Dial 9 + 1+ 8XX number
(PERSONAL CALLS - From your assigned Extension)
LOCAL:
Dial 3 + area code + local phone number
LONG DISTANCE:
Dial 3 + 1 + area code and number
CREDIT CARD:
Dial 3 + 0 + number
TOLL FREE:
Dial 3 + 1+ 8XX number
RECEIVING A CALL:
The ring tone of your phone may vary depending on the origination of your incoming call. This
variation will depend upon system programming. (You may differentiate between internal and
external calls. Internal calls will have a single-burst ring while external calls will have a double-burst
ring). The display on your phone will act as caller ID for an incoming.
RECEIVING A SECOND CALL:
While on the line you will hear a beep and see your second line flashing. Simply press the flashing
key to answer and put the original call on hold. To return to the original call press the corresponding
line key.
TRANSFERING INSTRUCTIONS
UNSCREENED TRANSFERS:
• With the call on the line press Transfer.
• Dial the extension you are transferring to.
• Hang up.
SCREENED TRANSFERS:
• With the call on the line press Transfer.
• Dial the extension you are transferring to.
• Announce the call to the second party.
• Hang up.
IF
• The second party is busy, and there is no answer or the call is rejected press Transfer to return
to the first party.
• You reach the voicemail box of the second party, press Transfer to return to the original call or
hang up to transfer the caller into the voicemail box.
• You need to transfer a caller directly into an employee’s voicemail box without ringing their
phone first:
- Ask the caller to hold
Dial *82
- Dial the person’s extension/mailbox number
- Hang up
*If you are using the speakerphone and wish to return to the caller in any of the above instances
you must press the line key.
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FEATURE INSTRUCTIONS
CALL HOLD:
• With the caller on the line, press HOLD. The call will be placed on hold.
CALL HOLD RETRIEVE:
• Press the flashing line key where the call is being held. (A line that has been placed on hold will
be indicated by a musical note).
CALL FORWARDING:
Note: Many extensions are pre-programmed in the system to forward to voicemail, or to another
pre-defined extension when busy or unanswered. If you use any of the Call Forwarding features
described below, you will override any pre-defined system forwarding assigned to your phone.
When you cancel any of the forwarding listed below, any pre-defined forwarding is re-established for
your phone. To forward calls to voicemail in any of the forwarding modes listed below dial 7800
when extension number is requested.
FORWARD ALL CALLS:
Forward All Calls will immediately forward all of your incoming calls to another extension or
voicemail. You will still be able to make outgoing calls from your phone, but only the phone that
your calls are forwarded to will be able to call you.
• Lift handset.
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Press the FORWARD key or dial *72.
Dial the extension you wish to forward to.
Press END or hang up.
CANCEL FORWARD ALL CALLS:
• Lift handset.
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Press the FORWARD key or *73 to cancel forwarding
Press END or hang up.
CALL FORWARD BUSY/DON’T ANSWER:
Call Forward Busy/Don’t Answer lets you select where to forward your calls when your telephone is
busy or unanswered after a set amount of rings.
• Lift handset.
• Dial *63 Busy/Don’t Answer forwarding.
• Enter the extension you wish to forward to.
• Press END or hang up.
CANCEL FORWARD BUSY/DON’T ANSWER:
• Lift Handset.
• Dial *73 to cancel Forward Busy/Don’t Answer.
• Press END or hang up.
CALL FORWARD ON RING Key (FWD RING):
• Is used when no other call forward features are active.
• When in-coming call arrives but user chooses not to answer, call can be diverted directly to
Voice mail by pressing key.
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REDIAL:
The REDIAL key allows you, with one button, to automatically REDIAL the last number dialed from
your telephone keypad. The system automatically stores the last number you dialed.
• Lift handset.
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Press the REDIAL key.
LAST NUMBER CALL BACK:
LAST NUMBER CALL BACK will automatically call the last number that you missed.
• Lift handset.
• Dial the *69 for last number call back.
• Wait for the system to automatically dial the number. (If you have a programmed key for this
feature you may press the key again to call the number rather than waiting for the system to do
it automatically).
CALL BACK
Call Back will allow you to request a call back from a station you called by lighting their message
waiting indicator.
• Dial an extension number.
• Press 5.
• Hang up.
To cancel a callback request, dial the extension number again and hang up.
REPLYING TO CALL BACK
If a caller has sent a Call back request to your phone you will see the message indicator light
flashing. (There is no difference between the indication for new message and call back requests)
• Press the Message key.
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Press the Listen/OK key. (The display will show “MSG Callbk”)
Press the Listen/OK key again. This will show the extension requesting the Call Back.
(After 15 seconds the phone will Call Back to the requesting extension or press Listen/OK to
immediately initiate the call back)
CALL ANNOUNCE (CALL AN key)
The Call Announce key is used to connect you to the designated party’s speaker.
• Dial the extension you wish to connect followed by the CALL AN key.
• Announce your greeting or inquiry to party.
• The respond, the receiving party can either lift the handset or use “handsfree”
TO PROGRAM PERSONAL DIRECTORY KEYS: (Speed dial for keypad)
Personal Directory keys are 1-9, 0, * and #.
• Press menu.
• Press 2 to enter programming.
• Press 2 to program personal directory (keys 1-9, 0, *, #)
• Dial number to store (for outside calls dial 9 first).
• Press the Directory Book Icon.
• Press key 1-9, 0, * or # to be the designated directory key.
• Press End.
TO CALL A NUMBER USING YOUR PERSONAL DIRECTORY: (Speed dial for feature keys)
• Press the Directory Book Icon.
• Press Designated slot (1-9, 0, * or #)
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TO PROGRAM FREE KEYS:
Free Keys are feature keys that have not been pre-assigned.
• Press Menu.
• Press 2 for programming
• Press 1 for Free Key.
• Enter number (for outside calls dial 9 first).
• Press Key that you wish to program.
• Press End.
(The appearance and operation of this key is different then a Set-Supervision key)
TO CALL USING A FREE KEY:
• Press programmed key you wish to dial.
CONFERENCING:
• Establish first call.
• Press second line key.
• Dial number (internal or external).
• Press Conference.
(Note- when both lines are being used, any additional calls coming into the extension will go to the
“Forward on Busy” destination).
CALL PICKUP GROUP:
Call Pickup Group allows you to answer a phone in your predefined group that is ringing. See your
System Administrator for defined groups.
To answer a ringing phone in your group:
• Lift Handset
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Press the PICK UP key (or Dial *13)
CALL PICKUP DIRECTED:
Call Pickup Directed will allow you to answer a specific ringing telephone, whether or not the ringing
telephone is a member of a pickup group.
To answer another ringing phone:
• Lift handset
• Dial *12, plus the extension number of the ringing telephone.
CALL PARK:
CALL PARK allows you to place a call on hold and retrieve it from any other telephone in the
system. While the call is parked, your telephone is free to make and receive calls.
To park the call on your extension:
• With the caller on the line, Dial *75.
• Dial your extension number to park the call.
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Hang up.
**If you misdial, press END to return to the caller
CALL PARK RETRIEVE:
• Go to any phone within the facility.
• Lift the handset.
• Dial *75.
• Dial the extension where the call is parked, you will be reconnected to the call.
**If you retrieve the call from the telephone set that it was originally parked on, you do not have
to re-enter the extension that it was parked on. The call will be retrieved by simply dialing *75.
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Note: A parked call will recall the attendant or a predefined station.
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VOICEMAIL INSTRUCTIONS
Voicemail allows callers to hear your own message when calling your phone. Callers may leave a
private detailed message in your mailbox at any time, day or night. Your voice mailbox is the same
4-digit number as your extension number and can be accessed from any tone telephone in the
world. To enhance privacy, you select your own security code for your mailbox. Only persons with
your security code can listen to messages that have been left in your voice mailbox. Voicemail also
allows you to save and/or forward messages to other mailboxes in the system.
SETTING UP YOUR MAILBOX:
When entering your voicemail for the first time the auto-attendant will ask you for a temporary
password. By default your temporary password is your 4 digit extension. Once you enter the
temporary password the voice mail system will force you to enter a new password. (The system will
not allow any sequential numbers or digits that repeat itself 4 times.
Examples:
Password code 1234 will not be accepted
Password code 4444 will not be accepted
Password 9471 will be accepted.
(Your Extension will not be accepted as a password)
The following greeting is a sample you can use for your mailbox, or you may create your own
greeting. It is advisable to check your mailbox several times a day and update your personal
greeting often.
Sample greeting – You have reached the voicemail of ________________. I am currently on the
phone or away from my desk please leave a message after the tone and I will return your call as
soon as possible.
ACCESSING AND SETTING UP YOUR MAILBOX:
From your own telephone
TO ACCESS MAILBOX
• Lift your handset.
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Press the message key then press then the Listen/OK key twice.
(or Dial 7800 to go directly to mailbox.)
You will be prompted to enter your security code.
If this is your first time accessing your mailbox, follow the tutorial prompts; otherwise follow
the prompts to retrieve your messages.
TO ACCESS MAILBOXES FROM OUTSIDE THE FACILITY
• Dial 410-778-7800.
• When system answers press #.
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The system will prompt you for your mailbox number and password.
If this is your first time accessing your mailbox, follow the tutorial prompts; otherwise follow the
prompts to retrieve your messages.
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Washington College Voice Mail
Entering the System
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Call the System using either Voice Mail Key or 7800 (410-778-7800)
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Listen to the introductory Prompt
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Press the # Key
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Enter your Mailbox Number
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Enter your password
(The auto-attendant will announce if you have any new messages)
Pressing the * key anytime while in any voice mail sub-menu returns you to the previous menu
Main Menu
1 - Review messages
1 - Unopened voice messages
2 - All Voice messages
End of Messages options
4 - Replay message
5 – Envelope information (Date/Time and Extension)
6 – Send copy w/intro
66 – Send copy (no intro)
7 – Erase
8 – Reply
88 – Reply by calling
9 – Save
2 - Send Messages
- Record Message
- Press # when finished
- Enter destination number
Delivery Options
1 – Private
2 – Urgent
4 – Future Delivery
1- To replay recorded message
4 - Personal Options
1 – Notification on/off
2 – Administration Options
2- General Options
1 – Passwords
1- Personal
2 – Distribution group lists
1- Create
2- Edit
3- Delete
4- List of Names
3 – Prompt levels
1 – Standard
2 – Extended
3 – Rapid
4 – Date & Time
3 – Greetings
1 – Personal greeting
1 – Standard
2 – Personal
1 – Away from phone
2 – On the phone
2 – Extended absence
3 – Name
5 – Restart Voice Mail (This will take you to Entering the system)
* - Exit voice mail
Playback Controls
1- Back
2- Pause/Restart
3- Forward
4- Listen to message at slower pace
5- Envelope Information
6- Listen to Message at Faster Pace
*- Cancel reviewing message
0- Receive system help
#- Skip message
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