Opera Analogue Telephone User guide

Opera Analogue Telephone User guide
Analogue Telephone User Guide
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Opera system Analogue Phone user guide
Specifications subject to change without notice. Facilities described may or may not be supported
by your network. This documentation refers to software version 58.409, Applications card 5.13.
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Table of Contents
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Using analogue phones with the Opera system .............................................. 6
6.1.1
6.1.2
6.1.3
6.1.4
6.1.5
6.1.6
6.1.7
6.1.8
6.1.9
6.1.10
6.1.11
6.1.12
6.1.13
6.1.14
6.1.15
6.1.16
6.1.17
6.1.18
6.1.19
6.1.20
6.1.21
6.1.22
6.1.23
6.1.24
6.1.25
6.1.26
6.1.27
6.1.28
6.1.29
6.1.30
6.1.31
6.1.32
6.1.33
6.1.34
6.1.35
6.1.36
6.1.37
6.1.38
To Make an External Call on any Available Line ...................................................... 6
To Make an External Call on a Specific Line or Group of Lines ............................... 6
To Make an External Call using Last Number Redial ............................................... 6
To Make an Internal Call to an Extension ................................................................. 7
To Make an Internal Call to a Group of Extensions .................................................. 7
To Make a Call using the Phone Book...................................................................... 7
To Dial a number from the System wide Common Address Book............................ 7
To Dial a number from Your Personal Address Book ............................................... 7
To Program an entry in your Personal Address Book .............................................. 8
Call Hold Operation................................................................................................... 8
To place a call on hold .............................................................................................. 8
To retrieve a held call................................................................................................ 8
To Make an Enquiry call............................................................................................ 9
To Transfer a Call ..................................................................................................... 9
To Make a Paging Call............................................................................................ 10
To answer a Paging Call ......................................................................................... 10
To Pick-Up a Call ringing at another Extension ...................................................... 11
To Pick-Off a Call which has been answered by another Extension ...................... 11
To Park a Call ......................................................................................................... 11
To Unpark a Call ..................................................................................................... 12
To Set-up a Conference Call................................................................................... 12
To intrude on an established call ............................................................................ 12
To Enter the Voice Mail Menu................................................................................. 13
To Divert All Calls.................................................................................................... 14
To Divert On No Answer ......................................................................................... 15
To Divert On Busy................................................................................................... 16
To Open the Door when the Door Phone Rings ..................................................... 16
To Set Do Not Disturb ............................................................................................. 17
To Manually Switch between Day / Night Modes.................................................... 17
To Control your CLI when making External Calls ................................................... 18
To Control your PIN Code....................................................................................... 19
To Use Roaming Pins ............................................................................................. 20
To set an Alarm Call................................................................................................ 20
Meet-Me Conference Room.................................................................................... 21
Account Codes ....................................................................................................... 21
Dialling on PRI lines (USA Only)............................................................................. 22
Hot Keying (USA Only) ........................................................................................... 22
Dialling Code Table................................................................................................. 23
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6.
Opera system analogue phone user guide
In addition to the Opera system standard and executive system phones, the user can also
connect a normal analogue telephone to the system. This phone can be used to make and
receive calls on the system and also access features that are offered by the Opera system
systems by simply dialling the pre-programmed feature codes.
Using analogue phones with the Opera system
The wide range of features and options offered by the Opera system can be accessed from a
standard analogue telephone, by dialling the appropriate codes as listed in this guide, and
summarised in section 6.1.33 (the dialling code table) . Some of the features listed require the
user to press a Recall (R) key that is included on most analogue phones. The Opera system
phones are programmed to recognise the Recall functions of most commercially available
telephones.
6.1.1 To Make an External Call on any Available Line
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Dial digit 0
External dial tone heard
Dial external number
6.1.2 To Make an External Call on a Specific Line or
Group of Lines
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digit 9
Dial line Group number (1 – 8)
External dial tone heard
Dial external number
6.1.3 To Make an External Call using Last Number
Redial
The Opera system allows you to make a call to the last external number dialled from the
extension, a Line will be selected automatically for you.
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone is heard
Press * key
Dial digit 5
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6.1.4 To Make an Internal Call to an Extension
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Dial extension number
6.1.5 To Make an Internal Call to a Group of
Extensions
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone is heard
Dial group number (80 – 89)
6.1.6 To Make a Call using the Phone Book
Each extension on the Opera system has access to a Phone Book, This is made up of two
parts. The Common address Book, which is a system wide pool of 200 speed numbers
that may be dialled from any extension, and the Personal Address Book, which is your
private store of 50 speed numbers that can only be dialled from your extension.
6.1.7 To Dial a number from the System wide
Common Address Book
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial speed code (4000 – 4199)
6.1.8 To Dial a number from Your Personal Address
Book
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * Key
Dial speed code (800 – 849)
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6.1.9 To Program an entry in your Personal Address
Book
Each extension on the Opera system has its own Personal Address Book which can hold
50 telephone numbers, add and delete entries in this book as follows:
Note: The line access digit is automatically inserted.
To Add an entry –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key twice
Dial speed code you wish to store the external number under (800 – 849)
Press * key
Dial the external number (maximum of 20 digits)
Press # key
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial speed code that you wish to clear the external number from (800 – 849)
Press # key
6.1.10
Call Hold Operation
While on a call you may wish to place the caller on hold, so that you can carry out some
other action while they hear hold tones.
Note: If you replace your handset while you have a caller on Hold, the call will begin to
ring back at your extension automatically, lifting your handset will reconnect you.
6.1.11
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While on a connected call
Press R (Recall) key
Internal dial tone heard
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To place a call on hold
To retrieve a held call
At internal dial tone
Press R (Recall) key
Held call retrieved
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6.1.13
To Make an Enquiry call
This option allows you to put a caller on hold and enquire with another extension, and once
you have finished return to the caller.
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While on a call
Press R (Recall) key to put call on hold
Internal dial tone heard
Dial extension or Group required
When extension answers – enquire with that extension
Press R (Recall) twice to return to your held call
While on a call you may wish to make an enquiry with another extension, or pass the caller
to that extension.
6.1.14
To Transfer a Call
To make an Announced Transfer This option allows you to transfer a caller to another extension, after the extension has
answered and you have announced the caller.
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While on a call
Press R (Recall) key to put call on hold
Internal dial tone heard
Dial extension or Group required
When extension answers – announce call
Replace handset to Transfer
To Make an Unannounced Transfer This option allows you to transfer a caller to another extension without waiting for that
extension to answer.
Note: While hearing ring tone you may Dial #99 and replace handset to transfer to Voice
Mail.
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While on a call
Press R (Recall) key to put call on hold
Internal dial tone heard
Dial extension or Group required
While hearing ring tone – replace handset.
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6.1.15
To Make a Paging Call
The Opera system allows you to make public address announcements, you may make
these announcements over a Public address amplifier connected to the PA port, over the
speakers of the Opera System phones connected to the system, or a combination of both.
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 77
Dial extension required
To page through the PA port •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 77
Press # key
To make a universal page (all System Phones and the PA Port) •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 77
Press * key
6.1.16
To answer a Paging Call
To answer a universal page
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 76
Press * key
To answer a page from an Extension (when you know the extension which is paging) •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 76
Dial Extension number which is paging
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6.1.17
To Pick-Up a Call ringing at another
Extension
The Opera system allows you to answer a call ringing at another extension, without having
to go over to that extension telephone.
To pick-up a call ringing at another extension •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 71
Dial extension number of phone ringing
Call connected
To make a universal pick-up (answer a call ringing at any extension) •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 710
Call connected
6.1.18
To Pick-Off a Call which has been
answered by another Extension
The Opera system allows you to take a call, which has already been answered by another
extension, (for example, an answering machine)
Note: This option is not enabled by default.
To pick up a call already answered by another extension –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 71
Dial extension number from which call is to be retrieved
Call connected
6.1.19
To Park a Call
The Opera system allows you to park a caller (this is a special type of hold, where by the
caller is put on hold at the system), so that it can be retrieved from the same or another
extension.
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While on a call
Press R (Recall) key to put call on hold
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 74
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6.1.20
To Unpark a Call
To retrieve a parked call (when you know the extension number that parked it) • Lift handset
• Internal dial tone heard
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• Dial digits 75
• Dial extension number which parked call
To retrieve a parked call (when you know the External Line which is parked) •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 9
Press * key
Dial Line number, which is parked (i.e. 01, 02, 03 etc.)
6.1.21
To Set-up a Conference Call
The Opera system allows you to create a 3-way Conference call, between either •
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2 external lines + 1 internal extension
1 external line + 2 internal extensions
3 internal extensions
With two calls on hold proceed as follows -
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Internal dial tone is heard
Press * key
Dial digits 73
6.1.22
To intrude on an established call
The Opera system allows you to intrude (or barge in on) an extension that is on a call. The
extension will be given alert tones to indicate that it is been intruded upon.
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Dial extension number required
Busy tone is heard
Dial digits 79
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6.1.23
To Enter the Voice Mail Menu
The Opera system allows each extension to have a personal voice mailbox.
Note: The optional voice card needs to be installed for this feature to be available.
Note: When there is a new Voice mail message in your mailbox your internal dial tone will
change to indicate this, from the normal continues tone to a tone with a gap every two
seconds.
To access your voice mail –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 99
Follow the voice prompts to retrieve, play, record or delete voice messages, for further
information about using Voicemail, consult the Opera system voicemail user guide
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6.1.24
To Divert All Calls
The Opera system allows you to set a diversion so that all calls to your extension will no
longer ring there, but will ring at the destination you have selected.
Note: When you have Divert All set your internal dial tone will change to indicate this, from
the normal continues tone to a tone with a gap every two seconds.
To Divert All Calls to an Extension or Group •
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Lift handset
Internal dial code heard
Press * key
Dial digits 21
Press * key
Dial Extension or Group to which your calls are to be diverted to
Press # key
To Divert All Calls to your Voice Mail –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 21
Press * key
Press * key
Dial digits 99
Press # key
To Divert All Calls to an External Number •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 210
Press * key
Enter the external number to which your calls are to be diverted to
Press # key
To Clear Divert All Calls •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 21
Press #
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To Divert On No Answer
The Opera system allows you to set a diversion so that calls to your extension will ring as normal,
but if not answered after a time, will divert to the destination you have selected.
To Divert On No Answer to an Extension or Group •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 61
Press * key
Dial Extension or Group to which your calls are to be diverted on no answer to
Press # key
To Divert On No Answer to the Voice Mail •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 61
Press * key
Press * key
Dial digits 99
Press # key
To Divert On No Answer to an External Number •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 610
Press * key
Enter the external number to which your calls are to be diverted on no answer to
Press # key
To Clear Divert On No Answer •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 61
Press # key
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6.1.26
To Divert On Busy
The Opera system allows you to set a diversion so that calls to your extension will ring as normal,
unless you are already busy on a call in which case they will divert to the destination you have
selected.
To Divert On Busy to an Extension or Group –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 67
Press * key
Dial Extension or Group to which your calls are to be diverted on busy to
Press # key
To Divert On Busy to the Voice Mail •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 67
Press * key
Press * key
Dial digits 99
Press # key
To Clear Divert On Busy •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 67
Press # key
6.1.27
To Open the Door when the Door Phone Rings
The Opera system allows you to connect a Door Phone and Door Opening Relay to its ports, so
that a visitor to your premises, may press a Door Phone button and extensions within will ring,
these extensions may answer this call and talk to the visitor and if they wish, open the door and
let them in.
When the Door Phone button is pressed, to open the door •
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Lift handset to answer the call
Talk with visitor
Replace handset
Lift handset again
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 78
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6.1.28
To Set Do Not Disturb
The Opera system allows you to put your extension on Do Not Disturb, so that when a caller rings
you, your extension will appear busy.
Note: When you have Do Not Disturb set your internal dial tone will change to indicate this, from
the normal continues tone to a tone with a gap every two seconds.
To Set Do Not Disturb •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 62
Press #
To Clear Do Not Disturb •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 62
Press #
6.1.29
Modes
To Manually Switch between Day / Night
The Opera system allows you to switch the system between different ringing modes. The system
may be set-up to ring one set of extensions when callers ring in during the day and a different set
at night. These switching times may be automated within the system, but can also be manually
switched from an extension.
Note: This option is only available at extensions enabled as Operator Extensions; by default
this is Extension 11 only.
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 07
Enter code: 1 = day ringing
Press # key
2 = night ringing etc
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6.1.30
Calls
To Control your CLI when making External
When you make an External call your CLI (Caller Line Identification) is sent out to the network, so
that the person you are call will see it and know who is calling, sometimes you may not wish to do
this and the Opera system allows you to control this.
To Restrict your CLI (Caller Line Identification) when making External Calls •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 30
Press # key
This restricts CLI for all subsequent calls
To Present CLI (Caller Line Identification) when making External Calls •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 31
Press # key
This allows CLI for all subsequent calls
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6.1.31
To Control your PIN Code
The Opera system allows you to have a PIN code assigned to your extension, this allows you to
access services securely, i.e. voicemail
Note: PIN codes must be 4 digits long
Note: If you clear your PIN code and do not create a new one, you will not be able to use
options that require a PIN code, e.g. remote access to Voicemail.
To Change your PIN Code •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 70
Press * key
Enter your Current PIN code
Press * key
Enter Your New PIN code
Press * key
Enter Your New PIN code again
Press # key
To Clear your Pin Code •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 70
Press * key
Enter Your Current PIN code
Press # key
To Create a PIN Code if you have cleared yours •
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Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 70
Press * key
Press * key
Enter Your New PIN code
Press * key
Enter Your New PIN code again
Press # key
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6.1.32
To Use Roaming Pins
The Opera system allows you with the use of Roaming pins, to make external calls at an
extension that would normally be barred from making such calls. You need to have a Roaming
account code and PIN, which can be assigned to you by the Administrator.
Note: Roaming account codes are 2 digits long and Roaming PIN codes are 4 digits long.
To Activate Roaming Pin at an Extension –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 68
Press * key
Enter Your Roaming account code
Press * key
Enter Your Roaming PIN
Press # key
To Deactivate Roaming PIN at an Extension •
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 68
Press # key
6.1.33
To set an Alarm Call
The Opera system allows you to program an alarm call. The Opera system rings the
programming extension at the programmed time (24 hour clock) on one occasion.
To Activate an alarm call at an Extension –
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Lift handset
Internal dial tone heard
Press * key
Dial digits 641
Press * key
Enter the alarm time in 24-hour clock format HHMM, e.g. 1430 for 14:30
Press # key
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Internal dial tone heard
Press # key
Dial digits 641
Press # key
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6.1.34
Meet-Me Conference Room
There are two Meet-Me Conference Rooms, each able to support a 7 party conference.
You can enter the conference room by dialling the conference room number. By default these are
700 and 701.
You may be required to dial a PIN number if the conference room is PIN protected.
The conference room parameters can be programmed though the browser based programming by
clicking on the link’Meet Me Conference’.
The Conference Rooms may be programmed into the Ringing Assigmenets or the Auto Attendant.
6.1.35 Account Codes
You may associate an account code of up to 10 digits with a phone call for billing purposes. The
account code is inserted into the call data record which is then exported to a billing application.
Outgoing Call:
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Incoming Call:
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Lift hand to receive internal dial tone
Dial Line access digit.
Dial #3 followed by the Account Code followed by *
Now dial external number.
While connected to an external party
Put the caller on hold by press Hold key to receive internal dial tone.
Dial #3 followed by the Account Code followed by *
You will receive internal dial tone. Now press the Hold keyto return
to your caller or dial an extension number to transfer the call.
Redial Buffer
The Last Number Redial buffer will hold all digits dialled on the line. If you make a call by dialling
0 to get the line and then #3123* to set the account code and then the external number 8160000,
the redial buffer will contain #3123*8160000. If you redial this buffer entry you will ring 816000
with account code 123 assigned to the call.
Speed Dial Numbers
You can pre-assign an accounts code to a speed number, by adding the account code to the start
of the speed dial number, i.e. if you had a speed number 8160000 and you wonted to always
assign the account code 123 to calls made to that number, you would change the speed dial
number to #3123*8160000.
On Hook Dialling
For on-hook dialling operation, you can dial the line access code followed by the account code
followed by the external number, and then lift the handset or press the green key to make the
call.
i.e. dial 0#3123*8160000 the lift handset or press the green key to make the call.
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6.1.36
Dialling on PRI lines (USA Only)
When making outgoing calls on PRI lines in the USA, the dialled number must be transmitted to the
network en bloc.The Opera system stores the digits as they are dialled and waits until three seconds
has elapsed after the last digit dialled and then transmits the entire number to the network.
If the user wishes to transmit the number to the network immediately on completion of dialling without
waiting for the three second period to elapse, the # symbol can be dialled at the end of the number
and the preceeding digits will be transmitted immediately to the network.
6.1.37
Hot Keying (USA Only)
In the USA version of the Opera system the telephone keypad can be activated by dialling a number
without lifting the receiver or pressing the speaker key beforehand.
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6.1.38
Dialling Code Table
FEATURES
To Call Extension
To Access any Line
To Access a Line Group
Last Number Redial
Dial entries in Common Address Book
Dial entries in Personal Address Book
Park a Call
Retrieve Parked Call from an extension
Retrieve Parked Line Call
Retrieve Parked Extension
Universal Pick-up
Directed Pick-up
Directed Pick-off
Call Transfer Explicit (at dial tone with two calls on hold)
Conference (at dial tone with two calls on hold)
Directed Page
Page PA Port
Universal Page (all Extensions and PA Port)
Answering a Universal Page
Answer a Page from an Extension
To call an Extension Group
Door Opening Code
To access Voice Mail
Break-out of Voice Mail (while listening to voice mail greeting)
Remotely accessing your Voicemail (while listening to voice mail greeting.)
Transfer call to Mailbox (While ringing the Extension)
Call-Back (at busy tone)
Intrude (at busy tone)
Meet Me Conference Room default extension numbers
Associate an account code XXXX with a call
Transfer call to analog modem
Open Relay 1
Open Relay 2
CODES
(Extn No.)
0
*91 to *98
*5
*4000 to *4199
*800 to *849
(Recall) *74
*75 (Extn No.)
*9* (Line No.)
*9# (Extn No.)
*710
*71 (Extn No.)
*71 (Extn No.)
*72
*73
*77 (Extn No.)
*77#
*77*
*76*
*76 (Extn No.)
80 – 89
*78
*99
* (Extn No.)
#PIN
#99
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79
700 and 701
*3XXXX#
*79#
#41
#42
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USER PROGRAMMING OPTIONS
Divert All Calls to an Extension
Divert All Calls to Voice Mail
Divert All Calls to an External number
Clear Divert All
Divert on No Answer to an Extension
Divert on No Answer to Voice Mail
Divert on No Answer to an External number
Divert on No Answer to an Extension after S seconds
Divert on No Answer to Voice Mail after S seconds
Divert on No Answer to an External number after S seconds
Clear Divert on No Answer
Divert on Busy to an extension
Divert on Busy to Voice Mail
Clear Divert on Busy
Do Not Disturb
Clear Do Not Disturb
Program entries in Your Personal Address Book
Manual Day/Night Switch
Change PIN code
Clear PIN code
Program PIN Code (if you have no PIN code)
Activate Roaming PIN
Deactivate Roaming PIN
Restrict CLI for all calls
Select an external line and Restrict CLI for this call only
Present CLI for all calls
Select an external line and Present CLI for this call only
Set an alarm call
Clear alarm call
Assign an Account code (after seizing a line or on Hold)
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CODES
*21* (Extn No.) #
*21* *99 #
*210* (Tel No.) #
#21#
*61* (Extn No.) #
*61* *99 #
*610* (Tel No.) #
*61* (Extn No.) *S #
*61* *99 *S #
*61* (Tel No.) *S #
#61#
*67* (Extn No.) #
*67* *99 #
#67#
*62#
#62#
**8 (Index Code 00-49) * (Tel No.) #
*07* (Ringing Mode 1-5) #
*70* PIN * NEWPIN * NEWPIN #
*70* PIN #
*70** NEWPIN * NEWPIN #
*68* (Roaming Account) * (Roaming PIN) #
#68#
*30#
*0 *30#
*31#
*0 *31#
*641*HHMM#
#641#
#3 (Account code) *
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