Important Safety Information
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Important Safety Information
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Important Safety Information
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Table of Contents
Putting into operation
LDP-7024LD
ICON description on LCD
Input / Output Devices and Button
Cable Connection
ADP (Additional Device Port)
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Placing or answering an outside call
1. Placing an outside call
2. Answering an outside call
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3 Soft & Navigation Button
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Basic Function
1. Idle
1.1 Pickup
1.2 Conference
1.3 Redial
2. Off Hook
3. Intercom Dialing
4. Intercom Ring Back
5. Intercom Busy
6. Intercom Do Not Disturb
7. Intercom Dialing Error
8. Intercom Receiving
9. Intercom Talk
10. CO Line Busy
11. CO Dialing / CO Talk
12. Checking messages
13. Page
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Call Log
1. Received Call
2. Dialed Call
3. Lost Call
3.1 Answer
3.2 Del Cur (Delete Current)
3.3 Del All (Delete All)
3.4 Save
3.5 Name/Tel
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Phone Book
1. New Entry
2. Search by name
3. Search by number
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Table of Contents
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4. Search by group
5. CO access code
6. Delete all entry
Menu Button Function
1. EZ Menu
1.1 Dialed Calls
1.2 Received Calls
1.3 Speed dial
1.3.1 Dial by STA SPD
1.3.2 Dial by SYS SPD
1.3.3 Dial by ICM Name
1.3.4 Dial by STA SPD Name
1.3.5 Dial by SYS SPD Name
1.4 Call forward
1.5 Absent message
1.6 Paging
1.7 Do not disturb
1.8 Wake up
2. Phone Book
3. Schedule
3.1 Schedule ADD/DEL/EDIT
3.2 Find schedule
3.3 Delete past schedule
3.4 View alarm schedule
3.5 Delete all schedule
4. Customize
4.1 Change language
4.2 Register name
4.3 Ring type
4.4 Speaker / Headset
4.5 E-MIC Headset
4.6 Bright Level
5. Setting
5.1 ENBLOCK MODE
5.2 Station COS
5.3 Password
5.4 Speed PGM
5.5 Answer mode
6. Voice mail
6.1 Internal Voice Mail
6.2 External Voice Mail
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Entering Characters
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Glossary of Terms
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Putting into operation
LDP-7024LD
LDP-7024LD is a user-friendly digital keyset, which offer convenience to user
with 3 soft key and navigation key.
• Features
-.Trendy and Stylish LDP Family design
-.Multi Level Graphic LCD (9 * 32)
-.Dual LED 24 Flexible buttons
-.Additional Device Port for SLT and FAX
-.Call Log Feature
-.Call Recording Feature (USB Module, Option)
-.Hands-Free Solution (Blue Tooth Module, Option)
-.Wall Mountable(Option)
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Putting into operation
ICON description on LCD
ICON
Description
1. You have received message
2. Call forward
3. DND mode
4. Earphone mode
5. Full Duplex Speaker Phone Mode
6. Mute mode
7. Setting melody
8. Setting alarm
9. Schedule
10. Phone book
11. ON : Already paired but linked-radio with headset
12. STADY ON : Ready to make and answer a call.
BLINK : Ongoing communication via Bluetooth headset.
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Putting into operation
Input / Output Devices and Button
1
Handset
10
Message Waiting LED
2
11
3 Soft Button
3
Earphone-Jack Socket
(Ear/Mic Mode)
Speaker
12
Flexible Button
4
Speed Button
13
Trans/Pgm Button
5
DND/Fwd Button
14
Call back Button
6
Speaker Button
15
Volume Button
7
Hold/Save Button
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Menu Button
8
Phonebook Button
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Handsfree Microphone
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LCD Display
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Putting into operation
1
Handset
2
EarphoneJack Socket
3
Speaker
4
5
Used for handset call.
The optional earphone into the handset to provide a
hands-free phone conversation.
Outputs tones and voice at your extension.
Speed Button
Used to access speed dialing, speed programming,
save number redial, and last number redial.
DND/Fwd
Button
The DND (Do Not Disturb) feature lets you activate a
‘do not ring this phone’ mode. When the DND is
active, this button is red. It is also used to activate call
forwards, to another station or voicemail for example.
Used to forward your calls to another station or voice
mail.
Speaker toggles the speakerphone state. The button
is red when the speakerphone is active.
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Speaker
Button
7
Hold/Save
Button
8
Phone Book
Save the telephone number and make a call use this
button.
9
LCD Display
Displays information about telephone status, dialing
directories,and test message information.
10
Message
Waiting LED
Illuminates when the phone is ringing.
11
3 Soft Button
12
Flexible
Button
13
Trans/PGM
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Call back
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16
Volume
Menu
Use this menu button to move to the desired
option(Dial, MSG, Program) and use for arrows key.
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Hands-free
Microphone
Used to work in conjunction with fixed and flexible
features.
This button put a call on hold or save information
when programming.
Used to work in conjunction with fixed and flexible
features.
The remaining Flex buttons can be assigned to a
feature.
This button is used to start a transfer (TRS) of a call
or enter programming mode (PGM)
A station can initiate a call back request to another
busy station. Once that station becomes idle, the
station that left the call back request is signaled.
The volume button adjusts the audio levels follows.
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Putting into operation
Cable Connection
④
③
①
②
Cable connection
①, ② Connect the end of the telephone cord to the handset
and the other end to the handset jack at the bottom of the telephone.
③, ④ Connect the end of the cable to the port at the bottom of telephone and the
other end to the switch port.
※ Connect the Earphone to the headphone jack at the left side of the telephone.
(In case front view of the base.)
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Putting into operation
ADP (Additional Device Port)
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Putting into operation
ADP (Additional Device Port)
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Placing or answering an outside call
1. Placing an Outside Call
ICM Line
or
Lift handset
▶
▶
talk
Enter the extension number
CO Line
Dial 9,0 or select
▶ CO line flexible ▶
button
or
Lift handset
▶
talk
Enter the desired phone number
2. Answering an Outside Call
ICM Line
or
▶
or
▶
talk
Lift handset
CO Line
Press flashing
CO line button or
loop key.
Lift handset
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▶
talk
3 Soft & Navigation Button
3 Soft Button
“3 Soft Button” is located on the bottom of the LCD display and OptiCon IP systems
provide some fitting message for each operation. It gives easy access to operations
with a Navigation Button or volume up/down key. For example, when a user gets busy
message of called extension, some operations which becomes available will be
displayed “Message Wait”, “Camp-On” and “Flash”. Then by pressing one of 3 soft
button, a user can activate the desired feature.
BUSY : STA 100
[CALLBK] CAMP(*) STEP
MSG
CAMP-ON
FLASH
Navigation Button
Sometimes a system does show all message for some operation, then the arrow key will
be displayed the begin or end line. By pressing a Navigation Button of LDP-7000 series,
others will be displayed.
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
FORWARD CONF REDIAL ▶
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
◀ ICM BTN
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Basic Function
The 3 soft button enables you to select the various function. For instance, if you want to
select the pickup, press the first button on the left as below shown. And if there are more
than three functions and displays an arrow on LCD, use Navigation Button to move the
next or previous function.
1. Idle
3 Soft Button is located on the bottom of the LCD display and OptiCon IP systems
provide.
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
PICKUP
CONF
REDIAL
PICKUP : press the [PICKUP] button to Can pickup
the ring in the same pickup group
CONF : press the [MSG] button to can cancel the
unsupervised conference.
REDIAL : press the [REDIAL] button to make a last
number redial.
1.1 Pickup
A station can pickup a call ringing to an unattended station within the same pickup group
by using the pickup procedure.
* Refer to programming manual of OptiCon IP system and OptiCon system.
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
PICKUP
CONF
REDIAL
Press the [pickup] button.
CALL TO STA 104
FROM 100
TRANS
CONF
Talk
05:34 pm
MUTE
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Basic Function
1.2 Conference
CALL TO STA 100
FEB 01 04
MSG
FLASH
CALL TO STA 100
FEB 01 04
TRANS
CONF
05:34 pm
Dial the desired phone number.
e.g.)100
The station 100 answers the call.
Press the [CONF] button.
05:34 pm
MUTE
CONFERENCE
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
FORWARD CONF REDIAL ▶
Dial the phone number of the desired party
e.g.)104
CALL TO STA 104
FEB 01 04
MSG
FLASH
The station 104 answers the call.
CALL TO STA 104
FEB 01 04
TRANS
CONF
05:34pm
Press the [CONF] button twice.
05:34 pm
MUTE
CONFERENCE
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
CONF
MUTE
For making a 3-party conference, press
[CONF] button twice.
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Basic Function
1.3 Redial
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
PICKUP
CONF
REDIAL
Press the [REDIAL] button.
Select the desired one with Navigation Button.
DIALED CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
DETAIL
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1
2
3
4
5
6 7
8
9 10 11 12 13 14 15
16 17 18 19 20 21 22
23 24 25 26 27 28 29
30 31
9114
LINE 001
TRANS
CONF
SEND
2004
07 / 01
DELETE
button to make
00:01:01
MUTE ▶
Or, press [DETAIL] to show the detailed
information of DIALED CALLS.
DIALED CALLS-0
07/24
10:56
1234
BACK
Press [SEND] or
the call.
Press [DELETE] to delete the call log while
checking the detail information.
SEND
Press [SEND] to dial.
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Basic Function
2. Off Hook
FWD : Press the [FWD] button to forward a call to
STATION 100 (T)
another station.
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm CONF : Press the [CONF] button to make a conference.
FORWARD CONF REDIAL ▶ REDIAL : Press the [REDIAL] button to make a last
number redial.
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
◀ ICM BTN
ICM : Press the [ICM] button to retrieve the ICM
[HOLD] button.
3. Intercom Dialing
STATION 100 (T)
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
FLASH
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
4. Intercom Ring Back
CALL TO STA XXX
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
MSG
FLASH
MSG : Press the [MSG] button to leave a message.
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
5. Intercom Busy
BUSY : STA 100
[CALLBK] CMAP ( * ) STEP
MSG
CAMP-ON
FLASH
MSG : Press the [MSG] button to leave a message.
CAMP-ON : Press the [CAMP-ON] button to allows
you to send a call waiting tone to a busy
station indicating that they have a call
waiting.
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
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Basic Function
6. Intercom DND
DO NOT DISTURB STA 100
CALLBK
FLASH
CALLBK : Press the [CALLBK] button to leave the call
back request or message.
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
7. Intercom Dialing Error
INVALID
FEB 01 04
FLASH
05:34 pm
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
8. Intercom Receiving
CALL FROM STA 101
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
DND
DND : Press the [DND] button to prevent other parties
from disturbing you.
9. Intercom Talk
CALL FROM STA 101
FEB 01 04
05:34 pm
TRANS
CONF
MUTE
TRANS : Press the [TRANS] button to transfer the
incoming call to another station.
CONF : Press the [CONF] button to make a conference.
MUTE : Press the [MUTE] button to mute the handset,
speakerphone, or headset but does not affect
the speech coming over the speaker or
handset. Pressing the [SPEAK] button again
activates the microphone.
10. CO Line Busy
CO LINE 001 BUSY
QUEUING ([CALLBK])
CALLBK
CALLBK : Pess the [CALLBK] button to reserve CO line.
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Basic Function
11. CO Dialing/CO Talk
123456789
LINE 125
TRANS
CONF
123456789
LINE 125
◀ RECORD FLASH
00:00:03
MUTE ▶
00:00:03
ACNR
TRANS : Press the [TRANS] button to transfer the
incoming call to another station.
CONF : Press the [CONF] button to make a conference.
MUTE : Press the [MUTE] button to mute the handset,
speakerphone, or headset but does not affect
the speech coming over the speaker or
handset. Pressing the [SPEAK] button again
activates the microphone.
RECORD : Press the [RECORD] button to record the
current calling.
FLASH : Press the [FLASH] button to disconnect the
line and re-seize.
ACNR : Press the [ACNR] button to set the automatic
call number redial.
12. Checking messages
VMIB MSG FROM : EXTERNAL
REPEAT DELETE ▶
NEXT
VMIB MSG FROM : EXTERNAL
◀ ADD
REWIND CALL BACK
NEXT : Press the [NEXT] button to move to the next
message.
REPEAT : Press the [REPEAT] button to hear the
message again.
DELETE : Press the [DELETE] button to erase the
message.
ADD : Press the [ADD] button to leave a message to
the party who leave a message to me.
REWIND : Press the [REWIND] button to rewind.
CALLBK : Press the [CALLBK] button to reserve CO
line.
※ ADD, REWIND,CALL BACK is not available in
Opticon16.
13. Page
PAGE FROM STA 103
30 JUL 04
01:28 pm
MEET ME
MEET : Press the [MEET] button to answer the current
paging.
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Call Log
Call Log Button PGM : PGM + Flexible + PGM ’57’.
Press the [Call Log] button.
1. RECEIVED CALL
2. DIALED CALL
3. LOST CALL
OK
1. Received Call
Use
RECEIVED CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
Press [SEND] to dial the desired one.
Press [DETAIL] to see the information in
detail.
DETAIL
SEND
Press [DELETE] to delete the call log while
checking the detail information.
RECEIVED CALL - 01
09/20 10:15
Press [SEND] to dial.
1234
BACK
NOTE
to select the list.
DELETE
BACK
SEND
Return to the previous
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Call Log
2. Dialed Call
Use
DIALED CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
Press [SEND] to dial the desired one.
Press [DETAIL] to see the information in
detail.
DETAIL
SEND
Press [DELETE] to delete the call log while
checking the detail information.
DIALED CALL - 01
09/20 10:15
Press [SEND] to dial.
1234
BACK
to select the list.
DELETE
SEND
3. Lost Call
Use
LOST CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
NOTE
to select the list.
Press the [SELECT] button to select the
following functions
: ANSWER, DEL CUR (delete current),
DEL ALL (delete all), SAVE, NAME/TEL.
SELECT>
BACK
ANSWER
Return to the previous
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Call Log
3.1 ANSWER
0123456789
03/10
16:02
CNT :01
BACK
SELECT > ANSWER
Press [ANSWER] to call the displayed number.
3.2 DEL CUR
0123456789
03/10
16:02
CNT :01
BACK
SELECT > DEL CUR
Press [DEL CUR] to erase current number.
3.3 DEL ALL
0123456789
14/07
16:02
CNT :01
BACK
SELECT > DEL ALL
Press [SELECT] until [DEL ALL] appears in
display. Press [DEL ALL] to initiate ‘delete all’
function.
ALL CLI DELETE
Press HOLD Key
BACK
SELECT > DEL ALL
Press the [HOLD] button to confirm ‘delete all’
function. All numbers are erased.
NOTE
BACK
Return to the previous
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Call Log
3.4 SAVE
0123456789
03/10
16:02
CNT :01
BACK
SELECT > SAVE
To save CLI, press [SAVE] button.
Press [HOLD] or
button,
ENTER SPD BIN NO (000)
CLI MSG USED
speed dial is registered.
PAUSE
FLASH
D-TONE
※ See the page 52.
3.5 NAME/TEL
0123456789
To check the name of the selected number,
03/10
16:02
CNT :01
press the [NAME/TEL] button.
BACK
SELECT > NAME/TEL
OR if a name is displayed, to check the associated
EDWARD
number, press the [NAME/TEL] button.
03/10
16:02
CNT :01
BACK
SELECT > NAME/TEL
NOTE
BACK
Return to the previous
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Phone Book
The [PHONE BOOK] is used for registering the new phone
number and searching, correcting and deleting the stored
phone number.
PHONE BOOK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
EXIT
▲
▼
OK
1. NEW ENTRY
The number of the phone number registers up to 100.
Press the [1] button.
PHONE BOOK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
Enter the name.
To move to the next step, press the
NEW ENTRY
NAME
TYPE
CO CODE
NUMBER
GROUP
BACK
:
:
:
:
:
↵
MOBILE
NOT USE
NO GR.
ABC
SAVE
button.
※ Use the softkey button to enter the character
such as English, the number and the
symbol and press the softkey button to select
the type : capital English letter>
small English letter>the number>the symbol.
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▲
Phone Book
NEW ENTRY
NAME
: JANE
TYPE
: ◀ MOBILE
CO CODE : NOT USE
NUMBER :
GROUP
: NO GR.
BACK
Enter the type, select the desired one among the
cellular phone number or office number or home
number or fax number or e-mail or address or
memo.
▶
SAVE
Select the CO access code, use the
NEW ENTRY
NAME
TYPE
CO CODE
NUMBER
GROUP
BACK
:
:
:
:
:
JANE
MOBILE
◀ CODE-1
select the NOT USE or CODE-1, 2,3,4,5.
▶
NO GR.
SAVE
:
:
:
:
:
JANE
MOBILE
CODE-1
123456789
NO GR.
SAVE
Select the group. Use
to select NO GR
/family / friend /office / school /customer or club.
Press [SAVE] to save the new entry.
NEW ENTRY
NAME
TYPE
CO CODE
NUMBER
GROUP
BACK
※ In case of selecting one of the e-mail or
address or memo, NOT USE will be displayed and
can’t select the CO access code.
Enter the phone number. In case of selecting
e-mail or address or memo on type, the
contents is available.
NEW ENTRY
NAME
TYPE
CO CODE
NUMBER
GROUP
BACK
to
:
:
:
:
:
JANE
MOBILE
CODE-1
123456789
◀ FAMILY
▶
SAVE
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Phone Book
2. SEARCH BY NAME
Press [FIND] and then the phone book entry will be displayed.
Press the [2] button.
PHONE BOOK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
BY Name
NAME
2.SEARCH
Search By
NAME
3.INPUT
SEARCH
BY?NUMBER
ABC↵
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
5. EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
ABC
FIND
When entering the name, enter the full name or
the part of the name(ex:ABC) and press [FIND].
※ For detailed information about entering
name, see the page 52.
The name will be displayed. Use
to select
the desired name.
※ Press [EDIT] to correct the phone number.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
Press [SEND] to make a call.
◀MOBILE▶
01011111234
BACK
EDIT
SEND
※ Use the
button to select type.
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Phone Book
3. SEARCH BY NUMBER
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
BY Name
NUMBER
2.SEARCH
Search By
NUMBER?
3.INPUT
SEARCH
BY NUMBER
123↵
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
5. EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
FIND
When entering the phone number, enter the
part of the phone number or the full number
and press [FIND].
The name will be displayed. Use
the desired name.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
01011111234
BACK
EDIT
Press the [3] button.
to select
※ Press [EDIT] to correct the phone number.
Press [SEND] to make a call.
◀MOBILE▶
SEND
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Phone Book
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
PHONE BOOK
SEARCH BY GROUP
1. NEW ENTRY
▲
NO GR.
▲
2. SEARCH BY NAME
FAMILY
3. SEARCH BY NUMBER
FRIEND
4. SEARCH BY GROUP
OFFICE
▼
5. REG. CO ACCESS CODE ▼
BACK
FIND
Use
to select the group and press [FIND].
The name will be displayed. Use
the desired name.
RESULTS
001 : JONE MARK
003 : ABRAHAM
007 : LUCKY
01011111234
BACK
EDIT
Press the [4] button.
to select
※ Press [EDIT] to correct the phone number.
Press [SEND] to make a call.
◀MOBILE▶
SEND
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Phone Book
5. CO ACCESS CODE
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
Press the [5] button.
CO ACCESS CODE
Use
CODE-1 : 9
CODE-2 : 8801↵
CODE-3 :
CODE-4 :
CODE-5 :
BACK
to select the code and enter the
CO ACCESS CODE.
Press [SAVE] to save. The entered CO ACCESS
CODE is entered when the phone number registers
or corrects.
SAVE
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
PHONE BOOK
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
Press the [6] button.
▲
▲
▼
Exit
OK
Use
PHONE BOOK
ARE YOU
SURE
6. Delete
All Entry
TO DELETE DATA?
▲
NO
YES
BACK
to select ‘YES’.
Press [OK] to delete all the phone book.
▼
OK
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Menu Button Function
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
Press the [MENU] button.
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
1. EZ MENU
1.1 DIALED CALLS
Use
DIALED CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
DETAIL
to select the list.
Press [SEND] to dial the desired one.
Press [DETAIL] to see the information.
SEND
1.2 RECEIVED CALL
Use
RECEIVED CALLS
1234
5678
BACK
DETAIL
Press [SEND] to dial the desired one.
Press [DETAIL] to see the information.
SEND
Use [DETAIL] to see the detailed information
of DIALED CALLS.
RECEIVED CALL - 01
09/20 10:15
Press [DELETE] to delete the information.
Also, press [SEND] to make the call.
1234
BACK
to select the list.
DELETE
SEND
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Menu Button Function
1.3 SPEED DIAL
1.3.1 DIAL BY STA SPD
Press the [1] button.
1.DIAL BY STA SPD
2.DIAL BY SYS SPD
3.DIAL BY ICM NAME
4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
BACK
EXIT
Use
to select the desired one.
1234 (001)
4567 (002)
5678 (003)
Press [SEND] to make the call.
BACK
※ To check the name of the selected number,
press the [NAME/TEL] button.
On the contrary, to check the number of the
selected name, press the [NAME/TEL]
button.
NAME/TEL
SEND
1.3.2 DIAL BY SYS SPD
Press the [2] button.
1.DIAL BY STA SPD
2.DIAL BY SYS SPD
3.DIAL BY ICM NAME
4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
BACK
EXIT
Use
9021111111 (001)
9022222222 (002)
9023333333 (003)
BACK
NAME/TEL
to select the desired one.
Also press [SEND] to make the call.
SEND
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1.3.3 DIAL BY ICM NAME
Press the [3] button.
1.DIAL BY STA SPD
2.DIAL BY SYS SPD
3.DIAL BY ICM NAME
4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
BACK
EXIT
Use
JANE
(001)
ROBERT (002)
HEAY
(003)
BACK
to select the desired one.
Also press [SEND] to make the call.
SEND
1.3.4 DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
Press the [4] button.
1.DIAL BY STA SPD
2.DIAL BY SYS SPD
3.DIAL BY ICM NAME
4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
BACK
SEND
Use
JANE
(001)
ROBERT (002)
HEAY
(003)
BACK
NAME/TEL
to select the desired one.
Also press [SEND] to make the call.
SEND
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Menu Button Function
1.3.5 DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
Press the [5] Button.
1.DIAL BY STA SPD
2.DIAL BY SYS SPD
3.DIAL BY ICM NAME
4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME
5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME
BACK
EXIT
Use
JANE
(2002)
ROBERT (2004)
HEAY
(2001)
BACK
NAME/TEL
to select the desired one.
Also press [SEND] to make the call.
SEND
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Menu Button Function
1.4 CALL FORWARD
when user can’t receive a call because of having a meeting or absence, the call
forwarding lets you forward your calls to another number. For detailed
information about forward , refer to the programming manual.
1.UNCONO.FWD 6/9.OFFNET-NO ANS
2.BUSY FWD
7.IN-CO OFFNET
3.NO ANS FWD 0.FOLLOW ME
4.BUSY/NO ANS #.CANCEL FWD
5/8.OFFNET-UNC
ENTER FORWARD TYPE
(0–9,#)
BACK
Select the desired type of forward from 0 to 9.
※ in case of canceling the forward, press [ # ].
EXIT
Enter the forwarded station / group/#(VMIB).
1.UNCONO.FWD 6/9.OFFNET-NO ANS
2.BUSY FWD
7.IN-CO OFFNET
3.NO ANS FWD 0.FOLLOW ME
4.BUSY/NO ANS #.CANCEL FWD
5/8.OFFNET-UNC
ENTER FORWARD TYPE
(0–9,#)
BACK
EXIT
Enter the forwarded station / group/#(VMIB).
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FORWARD TO STA 158 (U)
06 SEP 04
11:42am
PICKUP
CONF
REDIAL
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Menu Button Function
1.5 ABSENT MESSAGE
01.LUNCH RETURN AT HH:MM
02.ON VACATION
03.OUT OF OFFICE HH:MM
04.OUT OF OFFICE MM:DD
05.OUT OF OFFICE
ENTER MESSAGE NO
BACK
NEXT
The absent message list will be displayed.
Use [NEXT] button or [BACK] button to enter the
number of the desired absent message.
※ To erase the absent message, press [CANCEL].
CANCEL
01.LUNCH RETURN AT HH:MM
02.ON VACATION
03.OUT OF OFFICE HH:MM
04.OUT OF OFFICE MM:DD
05.OUT OF OFFICE
ENTER TIME
HH : MM
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
01.LUNCH RETURN AT HH:MM
02.ON VACATION
03.OUT OF OFFICE HH:MM
04.OUT OF OFFICE MM:DD
05.OUT OF OFFICE
ENTER TIME
07:30 Press HOLD Key
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
Enter the time.
e.g.) am 07:30 Î enter 0730.
pm 03:30 Î enter 1530.
Press [HOLD] button to save.
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Menu Button Function
1.6 PAGING
The paging is very convenient in case of emergency or finding someone.
The external paging requires a external amplifier and speaker.
The paging is available only for approval person.
For detailed information about paging, refer to the programming manual.
1.INTERNAL
2.INT ALL
3.EXT ZONE 1
4.EXT ZONE 2
5.EXT ZONE 3
BACK
6.EXT ALL
7.ALL (INT+EXT)
EXIT
1.INTERNAL
2.INT ALL)
3.EXT ZONE 1
4.ALL (INT+EXT)
BACK
OptiCon 100/300/600
EXIT
OptiCon 16
Select the paging zone.
1.INTERNAL
6.EXT ALL
2.INT ALL
7.ALL (INT+EXT)
3.EXT ZONE 1
4.EXT ZONE 2
5.EXT ZONE 3
ENTER INT PAGE NO (01-35)
1.INTERNAL
2.INT ALL
3.EXT ZONE 1
4.ALL (INT+EXT)
BACK
BACK
EXIT
ENTER INT PAGE NO (01-10)
OptiCon 100/300/600
EXIT
OptiCon 16
Enter the detailed zone.
Start paging by lifting handset.
After finishing paging, put the handset
down.
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Menu Button Function
1.7 DO NOT DISTURB
After setting the DND, the DND icon will
be displayed on the top of LCD.
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STA IN DO NOT DISTURB
04 JUL 03
06:01 pm
PICKUP
CONF
REDIAL
1.8 WAKE UP
Enter the alarm time.
1.DIALED CALLS
6.PAGING
2.RECEIVED CALLS7.DO NOT DISTURB
3.SPEED DIAL
8.WAKE UP
4.CALL FORWARD
5.ABSENT MESSAGE
ENTER YOUR WAKEUP TIME
HH:MM
04:01 pm
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
1.DIALED CALLS
6.PAGING
2.RECEIVED CALLS7.DO NOT DISTURB
3.SPEED DIAL
8.WAKE UP
4.CALL FORWARD
5.ABSENT MESSAGE
ENTER YOUR WAKEUP TIME
07:30-C
04:01 pm
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
After setting the alarm time,
press the[SAVE]button.
The alarm icon will be displayed on the top
of LCD and [*] is blinking.
-S:One Day (Default)
-C:Every Day ( # )
* Set the time : e.g. (7hour)
• am 07:00
• pm 19:00
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Menu Button Function
Press the [MENU] button.
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
2. PHONE BOOK
PHONE BOOK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
EXIT
PHONE BOOK
NEW ENTRY
▲
SEARCH BY NAME
SEARCH BY NUMBER
SEARCH BY GROUP
EDIT CO ACCESS CODE ▼
OK
6. DELETE ALL ENTRY
EXIT
▲
▼
OK
For the detailed information about the phone book, see phonebook(p25).
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Menu Button Function
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
Press the [MENU] button.
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
3. SCHEDULE
3.1 SCHEDULE ADD/DEL/EDIT
The number of the schedule can be added up to 50.
The calendar of schedule is from 1960 to 2040.
Use
SCHEDULE
SUN 1.
MONSCHEDULE/ADD/DEL/EDIT
TUE WED THU FRI SAT
1 CALENDAR
2.3 FIND
SCHEDULE
4
5
6
7
8
07/2004
10 DELETE
11 12 13 PAST
14 15 SCHEDULE
3.
17 18 19 20 21 22
4.
SCHEDULE
24 CHECK
25 26 27 ALARM
28 29
31
5. DELETE ALL SCHEDULE
BACK
TODAY
OK
2
9
16
23
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: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM] 06 : 59
:
NONE
:
NONE
:
AM
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM ] 06 : 59
:
◀ NONE ▶
:
NONE
:
press the [OK] button to save it.
※ Press [TODAY] or [5] to move to current date.
•Press [1] to move to last year.
•Press [3] to move to next year.
•Press [7] to move to last month.
•Press [9] to next month.
Use [ADD] to add the schedule.
Use number key to enter the time directly.
SCHEDULE ADD
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
to select the date and
※ am 7:00 ▶ 0700
pm 7:00 ▶ 1900
SAVE
SCHEDULE ADD
Use
to set NONE or everyday or every
week or every month.
SAVE
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Menu Button Function
Set the alarm.
Press the [SET] button to inform the schedule
and enter the time.
SCHEDULE ADD
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM ] 06 : 59
:
NONE
:
NONE
:
SET
DATE
TIME
REPE
ALARM
TEXT
BACK
: 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
: [PM ] 06 : 59
:
NONE
:00 HOUR 00 MIN
: CONFERENCE
ALL
SAVE
SCHEDULE ADD
Press [SAVE] to save the schedule.
BEFORE
SAVE
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The alarm icon will be displayed on the top
of LCD and it will ring for the time. After
checking the schedule, the icon will be
disappeared.
CHECK SCHEDULE
01 JUL 04
06:01 pm
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Menu Button Function
3.2 FIND SCHEDULE
FIND SCHEDULE
SEARCH
YEAR
MONTH
TEXT
:
:
:
:
BACK
ALL
BACK
:
:
:
:
SCHEDULE
2004
◀ 06
▶
ALL
Use
to select the month.
Press the [FIND] button and the result will be
displayed.
FIND
RESULTS
DATA : 01/JUL/04
[AM] 07:45 CONFERENCE
BACK
to select the year.
FIND
FIND SCHEDULE
SEARCH
YEAR
MONTH
TEXT
Use
SCHEDULE
◀ 2004 ▶
02
1/1
Use the [VIEW] button to check the contents of
schedule.
VIEW
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Menu Button Function
3.3 DELETE PAST SCHEDULE
The number of the past schedule is displayed.
Press the [DEL] button.
PAST SCHEDULE
PAST
SCHEDULE : 01
BACK
DEL
Use
PAST SCHEDULE
ARE YOU SURE
TO
SCH.DELETE
: 01 DATA?
PAST
to select [YES] or [NO].
Press [DEL] to delete the past schedule.
NO
YES
BACK
OK
3.4 VIEW ALARM SCHEDULE
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When the stored schedule comes, the
schedule icon will be displayed on the top
of LCD. And the alarm ring will ring to inform
the time.
CHECK SCHEDULE
01 JUL 04
*07:45 am
ALARM SCHEDULE
DATE : 01/JUL/04 (SAT)
TIME : [PM ] 06 : 59
REPE :
DAY
ALARM : 00 HOUR 01 MIN BEFORE
TEXT : CONFERENCE
BACK
Check the schedule.
Press the [DEL] to clear the schedule icon or
Press the [BACK] to leave the schedule icon.
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Menu Button Function
3.5 DELETE ALL SCHEDULE
PAST
Use
PAST SCHEDULE
ARE YOU SURE
TO
SCH.DELETE
: 01 DATA?
Press [OK] to delete the all schedule.
NO
YES
BACK
to select [YES] or [NO].
If selecting “YES”, delete it. If selecting
“no”, don’t delete it.
OK
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Menu Button Function
Press the [MENU] button.
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
4. CUSTOMIZE
4.1 CHANGE LANGUAGE
Press the [1] to change language.
1.CHANGE LANG 6.BRIGHT LEVEL
2.REGISTER NAME
3.RING TYPE
4.SPKR/HEADSET
5.E-MIC MEADSET
BACK
EXIT
4.2 REGISTER NAME
1.CHANGE LANG 6.BRIGHT LEVEL
2.REGISTER NAME
3.RING TYPE
4.SPKR/HEADSET
5.E-MIC MEADSET
JAN
ENTER NAME ( )
BACK
ABC>
OK
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Press the [2] and enter the name.
※ For detailed information about entering
name, see the page 56.
Press the [OK] button to save it.
When the another station calls, the name on the
LCD will be displayed instead of the station
number.
CALL TO JAN
01 JUL 04
07:45 am
MSG
FALSH
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Menu Button Function
4.3 RING TYPE
Press the [1] button.
1.ICM RING
2.ICM MELODY
3.CO RING
4.CO MELODY
BACK
EXIT
Use the dial button to select ring tone.
※ There are 15 types from 01 to 15.
e.g ) 01
1.ICM RING
2.ICM MELODY
3.CO RING
4.CO MELODY
RING TONE
DIAL 01 –15 : 01
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
※ Setting the CO ring is the same.
Press the [2] button.
1.ICM RING
2.ICM MELODY
3.CO RING
4.CO MELODY
BACK
◀
[01]
[02]
[03]
[04]
[05]
EXIT
EXIT
Pleasure (10)
▶
Use
to select the desired category.
※ Press the [EXIT] button to cancel.
Cancan
Trumpet Ensemble
Pathetique
Russian Dance
Bohe Folk Song
Use
OK
to select the desired melody.
Press the [OK] or
melody is changed.
※ Setting the CO melody is the same.
To set the melody, MFU and MU board is required.
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button and then the
Menu Button Function
4.4 SPEAKER/HEADSET
1.CHANGE LANG 6.BRIGHT LEVEL
2.REGISTER NAME
3.RING TYPE
4.SPKR/HEADSET
5.E-MIC HEADSET
SELECT SPEAKER/HEADSET
(1:SPK 0:HEADSET) : 1
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
Enter [1] to select speaker and [0] to select
headset. Press the [SAVE] button to save it.
4.5 E-MIC HEADSET
1.CHANGE LANG 6.BRIGHT LEVEL
2.REGISTER NAME
3.RING TYPE
4.SPKR/HEADSET
5.E-MIC HEADSET
EAR-MIC HEADSET
(1:ON/0:OFF) : OFF
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
Note
Press [1] to use an earphone and [0] not to
use an earphone. Press [SAVE] to save it.
To use an earphone, the speaker mode is required to set
speaker / headset mode.
4.6 BRIGHT LEVEL
1.CHANGE LANG 6.BRIGHT LEVEL
2.REGISTER NAME
3.RING TYPE
4.SPKR/HEADSET
5.E-MIC HEADSET
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■□□□□□
SELECT BY UP/DOWN KEY
BACK
EXIT
Use
bright level.
or
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to adjust the
in
Menu Button Function
Press the [MENU] button.
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
5. SETTING
5.1 ENBLOCK MODE
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
ENBLOCK MODE
(1:ON/0:OFF) : OFF
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
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Press [1] to set the EN-BLOCK MODE.
Press [SAVE] to save it.
In en-block mode, when dialing, press the
[CLEAR] button to erase the entered number.
Press [SEND] to make a call.
※ In case of dialing in en-block mode, don’t
use [HOLD] to make a call.
STATION 100 (T)
1234
CLEAR
SEND
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Menu Button Function
5.2 STATION COS
The password is needed.
Select the item.
1.TEMPORARY COS
2.WALKING COS
BACK
EXIT
5.2.1 TEMPORARY COS
SET TEMPORARY COS
Press the [1] TEMPORARY COS.
1.TEMPORARY COS
2.WALKING COS
ICM ONLY MODE
PRESS HOLD KEY
BACK
SAVE
Press the [SAVE] button to down the COS.
EXIT
CANCEL TEMPORARY COS
Enter the password.
※ If the password is wrong, the warning tone
will be heard.
1.TEMPORARY COS
2.WALKING COS
Press the [SAVE] button to restore the COS.
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
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Menu Button Function
5.2.2 WALKING COS
Enter the COS Override code.
1.TEMPORARY COS
2.WALKING COS
ENTER COS OVERRIDE CODE
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
1.TEMPORARY COS
2.WALKING COS
Press the [SAVE] button to use the walking
COS
ENTER COS OVERRIDE CODE
PRESS HOLD KEY
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
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Menu Button Function
5.3 PASSWORD
REGISTER PASSWORD
Press the [3] PASSWORD.
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
ENTER PASSWORD :
BACK
SAVE
After entering the password(3-11 digits),
press the [HOLD] button to save it.
EXIT
CHANGE PASSWORD
Press the [3] PASSWORD.
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
ENTER CURRENT PASSWORD
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
After entering the new password(3-11 digits),
press the [HOLD] button to save it.
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
ENTER PASSWORD :
BACK
SAVE
Enter the current password.
EXIT
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Menu Button Function
5.4 SPEED PGM
Press the [4] SPEED PGM.
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
BACK
EXIT
Enter speed bin no.
e.g ) 005
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ENTER SPD BIN NO (000)
PAUSE
FLASH
D-TONE
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ENTER CO-BTN/DIGIT (005)
PAUSE
FLASH
D-TONE
Enter phone number and then press the
[HOLD] button.
e.g ) 12345
※ A certain CO line can be selected by
pressing CO BTN. But if the CO line is not
idle when dialing by SPEED, other CO line
is seized.
Enter name and then press the [HOLD] button.
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LORA
ENTER NAME (SPD 005)
ABC>
OK
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Menu Button Function
5.5 ANSWER MODE
1.ENBLOCK MODE
2.STATION COS
3.PASSWORD
4.SPEED PGM
5.ANSWER MODE
ENTER ICM ANS MODE
H (1)
T (2)
P (3)
BACK
SAVE
EXIT
Press the [5] ANSWER MODE.
There are three modes and select the desired
mode. Press the [SAVE] button to save it.
[1] HANDSFREE MODE
[2] TONE MODE
[3] PRIVATE MODE
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Menu Button Function
Press the [MENU] button.
1.Ez MENU
2.PHONE BOOK
3.SCHEDULE
4.CUSTOMIZE
5.SETTING
6.VOICE MAIL
EXIT
6. VOICE MAIL
6.1 INTERNAL VOICE MAIL
Press the [1] button.
1.INT VOICE MAIL
2.EXT VOICE MAIL
BACK
EXIT
Press [NEXT] to hear another voice mail, press
[REPEAT] to repeat the current message and
to erase the message, press [DELETE].
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VMIB MSG FROM : STA 130
NEXT
REPEAT
DELETE ▶
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Menu Button Function
6.2 EXTERNAL VOICE MAIL
Press the [2] button.
1.INT VOICE MAIL
2.EXT VOICE MAIL
BACK
EXIT
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Use [NEXT] to move to the next voice mail
group. To check the external voice mail,
press [ANSWER].
> 620
BACK
NEXT
ANSWER
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Entering characters
Enter the figure
ABC
abc
▶
NUM
▶
▶
Dial
▶
SYMBL
Enter the symbol
ABC
abc
▶
NUM
▶
▲▼ Norm
Dial
1 / 4 ◀▶
① ② ③ ④ ⑤ ⑥ ⑦ ⑧ ⑨
.
▶
(
)
-
!
?
*
0
_
※ Use the
button and then select the symbol.
Enter the letters
ABC
abc
A
B
+
C
+
+
D
E
+
F
+
+
G
+
O
+
+
P
Q
+
R
+
+
S
+
+
+
T
H
+
I
+
+
J
U
+
V
+
+
W
K
+
L
+
M
N
+
X
+
Y
+
+
Z
+
+
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Glossary of Terms
1
2
3
ICM Intercom – describes internal calls within the telephone
system
CO Line Central Office Line – also known as a trunk line or outside
line
Speed Dial A commonly used number stored in a speed bin for easy
access
4
DND Do Not Disturb – a telephone in DND will show as busy to
callers
5
FWD Forward – your calls can be sent to another location such
a voicemail or another station
6
DDI or DID Direct Dial Inwards or Direct Inwards Dialing – ISDN lines
can be provided with multiple telephone numbers which
are each routed to individual extensions or Hunt Groups
7
DDI or DID Digital Key Telephone Unit – a Marconi digital telephone
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SLT Single Line Telephone – an analogue telephone
9
ISDN A type of CO line that comes in multiples of 2 or more
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VMIB Voice Message Interface Board – Marconi’s integral Voice
Processing card
11
CONF Conference – where you can talk to 2 or more internal or
external parties
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