Polycom IP6000 User Guide
Polycom IP 6000 User Guide
Polycom IP6000 User Guide
Polycom IP 6000 User Guide
Table of Contents
Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................2
Introduction...............................................................................................................................3
The Polycom IP4000 IP Phone............................................................................................................................................ 3
Web Portal .................................................................................................................................3
Telephony Toolbar....................................................................................................................3
Document Format.....................................................................................................................4
Feature Functionality ................................................................................................................4
Feature Functionality ................................................................................................................5
Account Codes - Verified ....................................................................................................................................................... 5
Account Codes - Unverified................................................................................................................................................... 5
Ad-Hoc Conference Calling ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Call Forward Always................................................................................................................................................................ 6
Call Forward Busy.................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Call Forward No Answer........................................................................................................................................................ 7
Call Park .................................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Call Park Retrieve..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Call Pickup ................................................................................................................................................................................ 7
Directed Call Pickup................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Call Return ................................................................................................................................................................................ 8
Call Transfer – Blind ............................................................................................................................................................... 8
Call Transfer – Consult ........................................................................................................................................................... 8
Call Transfer – To Voicemail................................................................................................................................................. 9
Call Waiting............................................................................................................................................................................... 9
Cancel Call Waiting Per Call................................................................................................................................................... 9
Caller ID Blocking Per Call .................................................................................................................................................. 10
Caller ID Delivery Per Call................................................................................................................................................... 10
Dialing...................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Do Not Disturb...................................................................................................................................................................... 10
Hold ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
Last Number Redial............................................................................................................................................................... 11
Speed Dial 100........................................................................................................................................................................ 11
Speed Dial 8............................................................................................................................................................................ 12
Voicemail................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
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Introduction
The purpose of this document is to inform Voyant users on how use the Polycom IP 6000 Phone with their
Hosted PBX Service. Each feature available with the Professional Seat will be described along with
instructions on how to use the feature. Some users may not have all of the functionality described in this
document. Seat type purchased determines which features are available.
The Polycom IP6000 IP Phone
Web Portal
The Voyant Web Portal is a robust online tool used to configure calling features such as do-not-disturb and
selective call forward. While most features can be activated using the phone, you may want to explore the Web
Portal to fully enjoy all of the powerful call management tools available. Please see your company’s Administrator
for access to the Web Portal.
Telephony Toolbar
The Telephony Toolbar is a software application for Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Mozilla
Firefox and can be used to configure calling features such as do-not-disturb and call forward, and can also be used
for a wide variety of click to call features. The Telephony Toolbar complements the Web Portal and allows users
easy access to often used calling features. Please see your company’s Administrator for more information on the
Telephony Toolbar.
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Document Format
Below is an example of how each feature will be presented and examined in this document.
FEATURE NAME
AND
DESCRIPTION
STEP BY STEP
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR USING THE
FEATURE
STEP BY STEP
INSTRUCTIONS
FOR EXTENDED
FEATURE
FUNCTIONALITY
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Feature Functionality
Account Codes - Verified
Requires a user to enter a unique number that identifies to which account an outbound call should be assigned.
Using the Feature
1.
2.
3.
4.
GO OFF HOOK.
Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to call.
An IVR will instruct you to enter your Account Code.
Once your code is entered the call will connect.
Extended Functionality
A user can turn a particular account code on for a sustained amount of time by using a star code.
Sustained Account Code Activation
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *47.
3. An IVR will instruct you to enter your Account Code.
Sustained Account Code Deactivation
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *37.
Account Codes - Unverified
Allows a user to enter a unique number to identify to which account an outbound call should be assigned.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *02.
3. An IVR will instruct you to enter your Account Code. You will hear a stutter dial tone then a normal
dial tone.
4. Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to call.
Ad-Hoc Conference Calling
Allow a user to make a three-way conference call.
Using the Feature
1. During an active call, press the MORE soft key, then press the CONF soft key. This will place the
current caller on hold.
2. Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to add to the call and press the SEND soft key.
3. When the party answers, press the MORE soft key, then press the CONF soft key to add the caller to
the existing call.
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Extended Functionality
1. To split the existing conference call, press the SPLIT soft key. This places both calls on hold on
separate lines.
2. Press the LINE button of the call you would like to disconnect, and then press the ENDCALL soft
key.
3. Press the LINE button of the call you would like to continue.
Call Forward Always
Enable a user to redirect all incoming calls to another phone number. Users have the option to activate and
deactivate the service by using the soft keys, or by dialing a feature code.
Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Soft Keys
1. Press the FORWARD soft key.
2. Enter the forwarding NUMBER with the KEYPAD.
3. Press the ENABLE soft key.
Deactivate: Using the Soft Keys
1. Press FORWARD soft key.
2. Press the DISABLE soft key.
Activate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *72
3. Follow the IVR instructions.
Deactivate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *73
Call Forward Busy
Enable a user to redirect calls to another destination when the user’s line is busy. Normally, a call would be directed
to a user’s voicemail.
Using the Feature
Activate:
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *90
3. Follow the IVR instructions.
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Deactivate
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *91
Call Forward No Answer
Enable a user to redirect calls to another destination when an incoming call is not answered within a specified
number of rings. Normally, a call would be directed to a user’s voicemail.
Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *92
3. Follow the IVR instructions.
Deactivate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *93
Call Park
Enables a user to place a call on hold and allow a user to pick up the call at another phone.
Using the Feature
1.
2.
3.
4.
During an active call, press the HOLD soft key. This will place the caller on hold.
Press the NEWCALL soft key.
Press *68.
Follow the IVR instructions.
Call Park Retrieve
This feature enables a user to pickup a call that has been placed on hold using the Call Park feature.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *88.
3. Follow the IVR instructions.
Call Pickup
This feature enables a user to pickup a call that is coming in on another user’s line. The other user’s line must be in
the same ‘pickup group’ with the user activating the feature. Pickup groups are pre-configured by the System
Administrator.
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Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *98.
Directed Call Pickup
This feature enables a user to pickup a call that is coming in on another user’s line without being specifically
assigned to a common group. The other user’s line must also have the Directed Call Pickup feature assigned to it.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *12 plus the extension that you wish to pickup.
Call Return
Allows a user to call back the last number that called their line, regardless of whether or not the phone was
answered.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *69
Call Transfer – Blind
Allow incoming calls to be transferred to another line without consultation with the receiving party.
Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Soft Keys
1. During the call, Press the MORE soft key, Then press the TRNSFR soft key. This will place the caller
on hold and provide dial tone.
2. Press the BLIND soft key.
3. Enter the transfer NUMBER with the KEYPAD.
4. Press the SEND soft key.
5. HANG UP.
Call Transfer – Consult
Allow incoming calls to be transferred to another line with consultation with the receiving party.
Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Soft Keys
1. During the call, Press the MORE soft key, then press the TRNSFR soft key. This will place the caller
on hold and provide dial tone.
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2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Enter the transfer NUMBER with the KEYPAD.
Press the SEND soft key.
When the second party picks up you may consult with them.
Press the TRNSFR soft key to transfer the call.
Press the ENDCALL soft key and then the RESUME soft key to return to the first caller without
transferring the call.
Call Transfer – To Voicemail
Allow incoming calls to be transferred to any user’s voicemail.
Using the Feature
To Transfer a call directly to voicemail
1. During the call, Press the MORE soft key, then press the TRNSFR soft key. This will place the caller
on hold and provide dial tone.
2. Dial *55
3. Follow the IVR instructions.
Call Waiting
This feature enables a user to answer a call when engaged in another call. When a second call is received while a user
is engaged in a call, the user is informed via a call waiting tone.
Using the Feature
Retrieving the Second Call
1. While the first call is active, and the second arrives, use the DISPLAY CONTROL ARROW KEYS to
select the incoming call.
2. Press the ANSWER soft key to answer the call and to put the first caller on-hold.
Getting Back to the First Call
1. To reactivate the first call, use the DISPLAY CONTROL ARROW KEYS to select the first call and
press the RESUME soft key. This places the active call (second) on hold and reconnects the first call.
Cancel Call Waiting Per Call
Allow users to turn off call waiting on a call-by-call basis.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *70. You will hear a stutter dial tone then a normal dial tone.
3. Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to call.
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Caller ID Blocking Per Call
Allow users to block their caller ID on a call-by-call basis.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *67. You will hear a stutter dial tone then a normal dial tone.
3. Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to call.
Caller ID Delivery Per Call
Allow users to deliver their caller ID on a call-by-call basis when they have turned on the Caller ID Blocking feature
within the Web Portal.
Using the Feature
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *65. You will hear a stutter dial tone then a normal dial tone.
3. Dial the NUMBER of the party you wish to call.
Dialing
Enable a user to make a call to another party.
Using the Feature
Placing a Call
1. Press the NEWCALL soft key.
2. Enter the number you wish to call.
3. Press the SEND soft key, or wait to connect.
Extended Functionality
Placing a Call
1. Dial the NUMBER you wish to call using the KEYPAD.
2. Press the DIAL soft key.
Do Not Disturb
Allow users to set their station as unavailable so that incoming calls are given a busy treatment. Depending on how
the user has set up their busy treatment, the callers will be directed to voicemail or forwarded to another line.
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Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *78
Deactivate: Using the Feature Code
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *79
Hold
Allows user to place a call on hold and retrieve it.
Using the Feature
Activate: Using the Soft Keys
1. Press the HOLD soft key.
Deactivate: Using the Soft Keys
1. Press the RESUME soft key.
Last Number Redial
Allow the user to redial the last number dialed with a feature code or a button.
Using the Feature
1. Press the REDIAL button.
Extended Functionality
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press *66.
Speed Dial 100
Allow a user to use a feature code and 2 digits to complete a call.
Using the Feature
Configure
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *75. You will hear a stuttered dial tone then a normal dial tone.
3. Using the KEYPAD Enter the Speed Dial 100 Code 00-99 plus the NUMBER you want to associate
with it and then press the # key.
4. The IVR will notify you whether or not the programming was successful.
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Use
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press #
3. Press the Speed Dial 100 Codes 00-99.
Speed Dial 8
Allow a user to hit only one button to complete a call.
Using the Feature
Configure
1. GO OFF HOOK.
2. Press *74. You will hear a stuttered dial tone then a normal dial tone.
3. Using the KEYPAD Enter the Speed Dial 8 Code 2-9 plus the NUMBER you want to associate with it
and then press the # key.
4. The IVR will notify you whether or not the programming was successful.
Use
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Press the Speed Dial 8 Code 2-9 using the KEYPAD.
Voicemail
Allow a user to hear messages left in their voicemail box.
Using the Feature
From your desk phone
1. GO OFF HOOK
2. Dial your EXTENSION.
3. Enter your PASSWORD.
4. To navigate, follow the IVR choices.
From Outside the Office:
1. Dial your phone NUMBER.
2. When the voice mail system answers, press the * key.
3. Enter your PASSWORD.
4. To navigate, follow the IVR choices.
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Menu
Key
Save
Delete
Replay Message / Skip Envelope
Fast Forward
Rewind
Play Message Envelope
Call Back Sender
Go to Menu 2
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