To Turn the Phone On To Originate a Call To Answer

To Turn the Phone On To Originate a Call To Answer
To Turn the Phone On
Using Vibration Notification
Caller ID
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Press the END/PWR button and hold for more
than two seconds
The start-up greeting will appear on the display
To Originate a Call
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Enter the telephone number
Press the Line 1 (L1) or Line 2 (L2) button
To Answer Incoming Call
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As your phone rings, L1 or L2 will flash in the
display
Press the line indicated in the display
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Press the FNC button
Press 3 for SETUP MENU
Press 1 for PS OPERATION
Press 2 for VIBRATION
1 – On
2 – Off
Press the FNC button to confirm entry
Turn Ringing Off and Vibration On
Simultaneously
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Press and hold the clear button for three seconds
Repeat previous instructions to turn on ringing
and vibration
To Place a Call on Hold
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Press HOLD
To reconnect:
•
Press L1 or L2 to retrieve your call
Transfer
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With the caller on the line, press the TRF button
You will hear a broken dial tone
Enter the telephone number you wish to transfer
the call to
Press the END/PWR button to complete the
transfer
To End a Call
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Press the END/PWR button to hang up and end
a call
Ringing
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•
Internal call: long ring, long pause
External call: short ring, short pause
Ringing Volume
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Press the FNC button (silver button above the
clear button)
Press 3 for SETUP MENU
Press 4 for RING OPTIONS
Press 1 for RING VOLUME
> (UP)
< (DOWN)
Press the FNC button twice to confirm entry
Speed Call Setup
Station speed call allows you to set up codes for
your frequently called numbers. You may use
them on internal and external calls.
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Press the FNC button
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Press 1 for PHONE BOOK
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Press 2 for SPEED DIAL
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Press 1 for ADD
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Enter speed dial number 0 through 9
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Enter the name
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Enter the number, press FNC button
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Press the FNC button twice to confirm entry
To display your number when calling outside of
the University telephone system dial * then 9 and
the number you are calling
Directory Setup
Directory allows you to program frequently dialed
numbers into the phone.
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Press the FNC button
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Press 1 for PHONE BOOK
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Press 1 for DIRECTORY
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Press 1 to ADD
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Enter the name (see chart on the right)
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Press the FNC button
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Enter the number
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Press the FNC button twice to confirm entry
To Place a Call From the Directory
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Push the FNC button upward
To search the directory in alphabetical order,
press the scroll key downward
Press the scroll key upward to search in reverse
order
When you find the number you wish to call, press
L1 or L2
CPN – Calling Party Number
To Make a Speed Call
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Push the FNC button downward
Enter the speed dial number 0 through 9 or scroll
to desired speed dial
Press L1 or L2 to dial the number
LNR - Last Number Redial
LNR allows you to scroll through the last 20
numbers you have called.
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Push the FNC button to the left
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To search the list of dialed numbers, press the
scroll key downward
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The last 20 numbers dialed will display
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When you find the number you wish to dial, press
L1 or L2
CPN allows you to scroll through the last 20
numbers who called you.
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Press the FNC button to the right
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Press the FNC button downward to scroll through
the numbers
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When you find the number you wish to call, press
L1 or L2
Phone Number
This feature will display the phone number.
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Press the FNC button
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Press 0
For more features of the University
telephone system, see your Complete
Telephone and Voicemail Guide.
Ha
andset Display
Keylock status
s
illumin
nates
w
when
Keylock
k is on
A
ANS
Illum
minated ANS
S
in
ndicates thatt Auto Answe
er is
active
To
o view digit overflowing to
o the
left and right
To
o view line overflowing
o
Off-hook, indic
cating the
handset is off-hook
PSIII Wireless
s Handset
ck Referen
nce Guide
Quic
y indicates charge
c
Battery
evel. A solid battery indic
cates a
le
sttrong charge
e.
V
Illuminate
ed V indicate
es that
in
ncoming call vibration no
otification
is
s active
S
Signal streng
S
gth, indicating
g
streng
gth or weakne
ess of signal
being received. The antenna
picture
e display illum
minates as the
t
phone
e powers up, indicating th
hat
the ph
hone can make a call.
En
nvelope indicates user has
h
at leas
st one voice mail messag
ge
Illuminate
ed S indicate
es that
in
ncoming ring
g volume is silent
s
Illuminatted
indica
ates that
co
ourtesy mod
de is active
Illumina
ated L1 indic
cates an
in
ncoming call on Line 1
Illumina
ated L2 indica
ates an
in
ncoming call on Line 2
Questions or Prroblems?
Please con
ntact
University IT at x52000
Rev March 2010
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