Setting the handset - Teamwork at Jacobs University

Operation
HiPath 4000
Gigaset S3 professional in HiPath Cordless Enterprise
www.siemens.de/enterprise
Safety notes
Safety notes
Handset
Danger:
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Do not use the handset in potentially explosive atmospheres.
To avoid mutual interference, do not operate the handset in the
vicinity of electronic equipment.
Do not use the handset in wet rooms! Devices are not splashproof.
A transmitter signal is emitted by your handset. Please observe
safety procedures for your area.
Note:
The ringing tone, signal tones and handsfree talking (speakerphone
mode) are played over the loudspeaker. Do not hold the telephone
to your ear when it is ringing or if speakerphone mode is switched
on. Otherwise you may seriously impair your hearing.
Note:
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Information for hearing aid users: Radio signals may interfere
with hearing aids.
If you give your handset to someone else, please include the operating instructions with it.
Batteries
Danger:
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Only use the rechargeable batteries recommended by Siemens.
Do not use a standard rechargeable batteries. This can result in
serious injury and material damage (risk of explosion, degradation of batteries cladding, functional interference and handset
damage).
Avoid contact with fire and water.
Only use the approved power supply unit to operate the charging shell.
Safety notes
WEEE mark
Note:
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All electrical and electronic products should be
disposed of separately from the municipal waste
stream via designated collection facilities appointed by the government or the local authorities.
The correct disposal and separate collection of
your old appliance will help prevent potential negative consequences for the environment and human health. It is a precondition for reuse and recycling of used electrical and electronic
equipment.
For more detailed information about disposal of your old appliance, please contact your city office, waste disposal service, the
shop where you purchased the product or your sales representative.
The statements quoted above are only fully valid for equipment
which is installed and sold in the countries of the European Union and is covered by the directive 2002/96/EC. Countries outside the European Union may have other regulations regarding
the disposal of electrical and electronic equipment.
III
Overview of handset
Overview of handset
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Receiver inset
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Call-by-call key
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Display
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Hash key
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Display keys
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Number keys
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Control key
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On-hook and on/off key
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Speakerphone key
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Message key
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Talk key
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Star key
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R key
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Microphone
How to use the keys: Æ Page 10
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Contents
Contents
Overview of handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IV
Operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Conducting calls –the basic functions . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Activating/deactivating the handset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
First seize the line, then dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dial first, then seize the line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Manual number redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Callback . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Consultation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating and deactivating the microphone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Answering or rejecting a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ending a call. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating or deactivating the keypad lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
After leaving the radio network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Description of controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Function keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
R key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display keys. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Menu icons in the main menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Putting the handset into service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Removing the protective cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Inserting the batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging and using the batteries. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Batteries operating times and charging times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Permitted batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fitting the attachment clip. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the handset display language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Setting the handset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Setting the speaker volume. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
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Contents
Setting the ringer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Advisory tones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting ringing tones and pictures with resource directory. . . . . . . . . .
Viewing pictures/playing sounds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Renaming a picture . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting pictures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the available memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating or deactivating the ringer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating or deactivating the warning tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating/deactivating automatic call answering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the date and time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Display settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the conversion list for vCard transfer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resetting the defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Conducting calls – enhanced functions . . . . . . . . .37
Speakerphone mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conducting calls with the headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Corded headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cordless headset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Number redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Automatic redial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting a redial entry or list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Adding a telephone number to the redial list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering a phone number in the call-by-call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The handset’s phonebook/call-by-call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Saving an entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Finding and dialling an entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dialling an entry with the speed dialling digit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Viewing an entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing an entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Marking a VIP (Very Important Person) entry. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Deleting an entry or phonebook/call-by-call list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending or copying an entry or list (phonebook) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying available memory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Central directories (group directory) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making calls using project assignment (cost billing) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using a different telephone in the same way as your own . . . . . . . . . .
Suppressing call ID display for called party . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Activating/deactivating do not disturb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call tracing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Call forwarding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Delayed call forwarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Forwarding calls for a different terminal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Entering commands via tone dialling (DTMF suffix dialling) . . . . . . . . .
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Contents
Parking/activating calls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Conducting calls – with multiple users. . . . . . . . . . 70
Camp-on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Override. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring a call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Toggling (switching between calls) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Conducting a conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting up a conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Expanding a conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Transferring the conference. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
During the conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using the camp-on function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Message functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Using the mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Using the missed call list. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Using the HiPath Xpressions mailbox function (optional) . . . . . . . . . . . 82
Additional functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Handset alarm clock function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Handset appointment reminder function. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85
System appointment function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Selecting a base . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Speed access to functions and phone numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
System-wide speaker call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Data exchange between a PC and a handset or between two handsets .
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Interface overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
PC application (Gigaset QuickSync) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
PC interface (Bluetooth). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Bluetooth interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Telephone blocking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Handset telephone lock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Locking the telephone line to prevent misuse . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Accessing system functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
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Contents
Troubleshooting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the handset. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Documentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charging shells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EU guidelines. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .109
VIII
Operating instructions
Step by Step
Operating instructions
These operating instructions describe your handset and
its functions on your communications system.
All functions that can be performed via your handset are
described here. If some of the required functions are
not available on your handset, it may be due to one of
the following:
• The function is not configured for you or your handset - please contact your system administrator.
• Your communications platform does not feature this
function - please contact your Siemens contract
partner to upgrade.
Conducting calls –the basic
functions
You can use your handset to make both internal and external calls.
Internal calls are calls that
• you make within the range of a communication system, for example, within your company,
• you make between networked communication systems, for example, to different company locations.
External calls are calls that you conduct with users of
the public telephone network.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Activating/deactivating the handset
a Press the On-hook key until the activation or deactivation is confirmed by a crescendo tone sequence.
PIN
If the default PIN has not been changed (0000), the
handset is ready for operation as soon as it is switched
on. If a PIN was set, it must be entered before the handset can be operated.
Please enter
PIN:
o
Enter the PIN.
[ Confirm your entry. The handset is ready to use.
Displaying the connection quality
The strength of the incoming signal is displayed by the
"receive field strength" icon in on or message status:
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Ò
Ñ
i
Ð
Flashing, no reception
Low receive field strength
50% receive field strength
75% receive field strength
100% receive field strength
The radio range is different indoors and outdoors.
Please consult your system administrator in the event
of range problems.
Charging the batteries
You may only use the charging shell provided for the
handset.
The handset charges when sitting in the charging shell,
even when deactivated. If the handset is active, the
charging status display flashes on the display.
If the handset deactivates because the batteries are
flat, it automatically reactivates and is ready for operation as soon as you place it in the charging shell. The
charging operation starts. If a PIN was set, it must be
entered first to allow charging to start.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Language
If your preferred language for the display texts is not
set, you can set this yourself (Æ Page 18).
First seize the line, then dial
c or d When the handset is idle: Press and hold down the Talk
key or press the Speakerphone key.
o
Enter the required phone number. The user will be
called.
Typing errors cannot be corrected. If you make a typing
error Press the On-hook key.
either:
p
The user answers. You conduct the call.
or:
CALLBACK
[
The user is busy. You can save a callback request
(Æ Page 5).
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Dial first, then seize the line
Dialling preparation
o and possibly X
Enter the required phone no. and correct individual characters as necessary using the "Delete" Display key.
S Press for five seconds Insert a dial pause. A "P" appears between the digits entered. You may have to insert a pause, for example, between the prefix and the phone number or when checking a mailbox.
Note:
The dialling preparation function is also available
with number redial and when dialling from the
handset’s phonebook (Ó).
Dial
c or d Press the Talk key or Speakerphone key within 30 seconds. The user will be called.
either:
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
p
The user answers. You conduct the call.
or:
[
CALLBACK
The user is busy. You can save a callback request
(Æ Page 5).
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Manual number redial
The last 20 phone numbers dialled are saved in the redial list. A phone number that was dialled several times
is only saved once.
c When the handset is idle: Press the Talk key briefly. The
redial list is displayed.
s or t Select the required telephone number.
If applicable,
Show
If you want to see details on the selected phone
number: Press the display key.
either:
c or d Press the Talk or Speakerphone key briefly. The connection is set up.
or:
Options
st
Display Number
Open the redial menu. The menu contains the following
functions (Æ Page 41):
• Copy to Directory
• Automatic Redial
• Display Number
• Delete Entry
• Delete List
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o
Change or complete the phone number, for example,
with DDIA.
c or d Press the Talk or Speakerphone key briefly. The connection is set up.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Callback
This function enables you to call a user who does not
answer or whose line is busy. The Callback function enables you to contact him as soon as he hangs up or reuses his telephone. Please note that a line is signalled
as busy when it is being called by another user. You can
continue to use your handset without restriction when
a callback has been booked.
Booking a callback
p
The number is dialled. You hear the busy tone or the
user does not answer.
[ Save the callback request.
CALLBACK
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
You are then called back
You are then called back:
• as soon as the selected user terminates his or her
call, or
• the first time the user uses his or her handset, or
• as soon as the other party checks his or her mailbox
and responds to your callback request (Æ Page 80).
c or d Press the Talk or Speakerphone key briefly. The connection is set up.
Note:
Callbacks are repeated until a connection is established or until the callback is deleted. A handset can initiate up to five callbacks and can be
the destination for up to five callback requests.
If these conditions are met, any further callbacks are rejected.
Deleting a callback request
u Call the system menu.
><
CALLBACK
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
MUELLER MOBILE
TH 06.02 09:23
[ The oldest entry is displayed first.
> < Select the required command.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Displaying the next entry:
><
NEXT
><
DELETE
[ Select and confirm the command to view the next entry.
Deleting an entry that is displayed:
[ Select and confirm the command.
Callback deleted.
You receive confirmation: "Callback deleted".
Terminating callback display:
><
CANCEL
[ Select and confirm the command.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Consultation
p
You interrupt your call to consult with a user (including
external users) and then resume the original call.
You are on a call.
Activating and conducting an enquiry/consultation
call
><
CONSULT
[ Activate enquiry. The current call is placed "on-hold", so
that the first user waits.
o Enter the phone number for the consultation call.
p
The number is dialled. The user answers. The consultation starts.
The second user is busy or does not answer
During the consultation you can:
• book a callback (Æ Page 5),
• activate call waiting (Æ Page 70) or
• override (Æ Page 71).
Ending a consultation call and returning to the waiting call
either:
><
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TO WAIT. CALL
[ If the consultation call/enquiry function was activated
but a number was not yet entered: Select and confirm
the menu item.
Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
><
RETURN
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
You are reconnected to the first partner. The second
partner hears the busy tone and hangs up; a Gigaset
handset hangs up automatically.
or:
><
TO WAIT. CALL
[ The second user hangs up. After confirming TO WAIT.
CALL you are reconnected to the first user.
You can also:
• toggle between the partners (Æ Page 72),
• set up a conference (Æ Page 74) or
• transfer the waiting partner to the second partner
(Æ Page 72).
Activating and deactivating the microphone
p
You can temporarily deactivate the handset microphone
if you want to consult with someone else in the room,
for example, without the other person on the telephone
hearing you.
You are on a call.
Deactivating the microphone
><
MUTE ON
[ Confirm the display message during the call. The microphone is deactivated. You can now consult with someone else in the room, for example.
Activating the microphone
MUTE OFF
[ Confirm the display message to re-activate the microphone.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Answering or rejecting a call
Answering a call
Your handset rings (Æ Page 28). The caller information
appears on the display. The name and/or telephone
number of the caller can be displayed. You have the following options for answering a call:
k
The handset is in the charging shell: remove the handset from the charging shell (only works if "Auto Answer"
is active, Æ Page 28).
c or d The handset is not in the charging shell. Press the Talk
key or Speakerphone key.
When you have accepted the call you can:
• transfer the call (Æ Page 72),
• place the call on hold and consult with someone
else in the room (Æ Page 71),
• place the call on hold and call a second partner
(Æ Page 6) in order to forward (Æ Page 72) or toggle
the call (Æ Page 72) or to set up a conference
(Æ Page 74).
Deactivating the ringer for the current call:
If you are currently in a meeting, for example, and want
to leave the room before accepting the call:
TURN RING OFF
[ Confirm the display message. The ringer is deactivated
for the current call.
c or d Press the Talk key or Speakerphone key. The call is accepted.
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Conducting calls –the basic functions
Step by Step
Ending a call
a or
k
Press the On-hook key briefly or place the handset in
the charging shell.
The call charges are displayed, depending on the communication system.
Activating or deactivating the keypad
lock
This feature protects against accidentally pressing buttons when the handset is in a pocket, for example. The
keypad lock turns off automatically when a call comes
in and turns back on when the call has ended.
# Press the hash key until the activation or deactivation is
confirmed by a crescendo tone sequence.
A key icon on the display indicates that keypad lock is
active.
After leaving the radio network
The base name flashes on the display. The handset repeatedly attempts to synchronise with a base. The intervals between synchronisation attempts increase on
account of the integrated power saving function.
You can switch off your handset to save the batteries.
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Description of controls
Description of controls
Function keys
The following function keys are available:
Key
Name
Use
a
On-hook and
on/off key
•
•
•
•
End a call
Cancel functions
Jump back to the previous menu (only
following Options )
Activate or deactivate the handset
c
Talk key
•
•
•
•
Answering a call
Dial a phone number
Open the redial list
Access telephone system functions
d
Speakerphone
key
•
•
•
Answering a call
Dial a phone number
Toggle between handset to speakerphone mode
Access telephone system functions
•
10
f
Message key
Access message lists
*
Star key
Activate/deactivate the ringer
#
Hash key
Activate/deactivate keypad lock
C
Call-by-call key
Access the call-by-call list
S
R key
R key function
(Æ Page 11)
Description of controls
R key
Pressing the R key briefly allows different functions to be performed depending on the current operating mode, for example:
• When dialling: insert a pause (for example, between the prefix and the
phone number, or when checking a mailbox)
• When conducting a call: end the call
• When conducting a consultation call: end the consultation call
• When conducting a consultation call, initiating a conference or forwarding a call: terminate the connection to a mailbox
Control key
The control key is assigned different functions depending on the operating
situation:
Situation
In idle status
During a call
In the main
menu
In lists and
menus
In the input
field
Change values
t
Press top of
key
Set the ringer
s
Press bottom
of key
Open the mobile’s telephone directory
Set the voice/ Open the motelephone vol- bile’s teleume
phone directory
Select a menu Select a menu
icon
icon
Next-higher
Next-lower
item in the list item in the list
Move the cur- Move the cursor up one line sor down one
line
u
v
Press left side Press right
of key
side of key
Open the Base Short: Open
system menu the handset’s
main menu
Open the Base Select "Loudsystem menu speaker Vol",
"GAP DTMF",
"Base Settings"
Select a menu Select a menu
icon
icon
Next menu
Select an entry
level up, cancel (OK)
Move the cur- Move the cursor to the left sor to the right
Reduce value
Increase value
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Description of controls
Display keys
The handset has two display keys, each with one or two functions. When
the key is allocated two functions, press the right or left side of the key to
select the corresponding function. Display key assignment depends on the
operating status. A function can be represented by text or an icon.
Icon
Name
Use
©
Menu
Open the handset’s main menu
X
Delete
Delete the entry character by character
from right to left
”
Go Back
Go back to the next highest menu level,
cancel
n
Internal
Call the system menu
OK
Confirm the selected menu item
Up/down
Scroll up or down to select menu items
[
<>
?
Define a func- Program a function for the left display
tion
key. Displayed until a function is programmed.
Play
Play
Play a melody
View
View
Display entry or picture
Off
Off
Deactivate automatic redial/function
End
End
End melody playback
Beep
Beep
Activate the warning tone
Yes
Confirm the security check question
Options
Open a context-specific handset menu
Silent
Confirm handset appointment reminder
call
Set
Set number keys
Save
Save entries
Appoint.
Activate handset appointment reminder
function
Alarm
Alarm
Activate alarm function
Time
Time
Enter the time and date. Displayed until
the time and date are set.
Yes
Options
Silent
Set
Save
Appoint.
Additional icons can be displayed by programming the left display key with
a function, for example, the name of a directory or call-by-call entry
(Æ Page 90).
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Description of controls
Menu icons in the main menu
©
You can open the handset’s main menu by pressing the "Menu" display key
or by pressing the right control key.
The main menu is a graphical menu and contains the following menu icons:
Icon
Use
í
ì
ç
Ï
Ð
Open the "Add. Features" menu. Contains the menu
items “Data Transfer” and "Missed Dates".
Open the mask for setting the alarm clock. You can enter a wake-up time here.
Open "Calendar". Displays the calendar for the relevant
month and allows you to set a new reminder. The list
of fixed reminders also appears.
Open the "Resource Dir." menu. Contains the menu
items "Screensavers", "Caller Pictures", "Sounds" and
"Available Memory".
Open the "H/Set Settings" menu. This menu contains
the following items: "Date/Time", "Audio Settings",
"Display", "Handset" and "Base".
Icon for caller list: functions analog to messages key.
u/v and t/s
The menu icons are selected by pressing the top, bottom, right or left of
the control key.
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Putting the handset into service
Putting the handset into service
Removing the protective cover
Remove the protective cover from the display before
putting the handset into service.
Inserting the batteries
The handset is supplied with the approved batteries. The batteries are not
loaded. It is first charged in the handset.
Note:
•
•
•
•
•
Note: Please observe the safety notes on the back cover.
Only use the approved batteries (Æ Page 17).
Open the battery compartment in a dust-free environment only.
Your telephone directory entries and all settings remain stored
even if you remove the batteries. The date and time settings
will be reset.
Only remove the batteries if it is defective. The batterie’s life diminishes each time it is removed.
1. Removing the attachment clip (if installed)
Insert a screwdriver between the attachment clip and the battery cover (1)
and force the attachment clip outward (2) until it dislodges.
1
2
Also release the clip on the reverse side and then remove.
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Putting the handset into service
2. Opening the battery compartment
Insert a screwdriver into the groove between battery cover and the jack,
grip the cover firmly and lift it off the battery compartment.
3. Inserting the batteries
Insert the approved batteries making sure that the poles are facing the
right directions as indicated.
3
4. Closing the battery compartment
Position the battery cover over the compartment’s catches so that they can
snap into place. Then press the battery cover down until it snaps into place.
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Putting the handset into service
Charging and using the batteries
To charge the batteries, insert the handset into the charging shell with the
keypad facing forwards.
Attention:
Only use the relevant approved power supply units for operating
the charging shell (for order numbers see Æ Page 106).
The charging status is indicated by the charge status display. This flashes
during charging:
=
Batteries are flat
e
Batteries are 33% charged
V
Batteries are 66% charged
U
Batteries are 100% charged
Note:
•
•
•
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Initial charging: Charge the batteries for at least 10 hours without a break, regardless of the charging status icon. Without replacing it in the charging shell, use the handset until the "battery low" beep is heard. This action aligns the charge status
display with the operating times of the batteries.
To attain full operating and charging times (Æ Page 17): Without replacing it in the charging shell, use the handset until the
"battery low" beep is heard.
For future charging: you can replace your handset in the charging shell each time it has been used. Charging is electronically
controlled which ensures that the batteries are charged optimally.
Putting the handset into service
Batteries operating times and charging times
The operating times are only achieved after several charging and discharging cycles and are dependent on
• the battery capacity,
• the age of the batteries,
• the settings made,
• the user behavior,
• the DECT cordless system used
Capacity (mAh)
Stand-by mode
(hours)
800
a.
b.
> 150 a
approx. 110 b
Talk time
(hours)
Charging
time
(hours)
approx. 9
approx. 9
Operation at a Gigaset bases, such as, Gigaset S300 professional
Operation at HiPath Cordless Enterprise/HiPath Cordless Office
Permitted batteries
The following batteries are approved for use with the handset.
Batterie
Sanyo NiMH, 800 mAh
GP, 850 mAh
Yuasa Technoligies AAA, 800 mAh
Fitting the attachment clip
Press the attachment clip onto the back of the handset until the tabs on
the sides engage in the recesses on the phone.
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Putting the handset into service
Step by Step
Setting the handset display language
If your preferred language for handset display texts is
not set as the default, you can set this yourself. The language of communication system display texts can only
be set by the administrator.
Opening the main menu
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Opening the first submenu
st
st
either:
Ð
H/Set Settings
Ð
Einstellungen
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or:
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Opening the second submenu
either:
st
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or:
st
Mobilteil
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Opening the third submenu
either:
st
Language
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or:
st
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Sprache
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Putting the handset into service
Step by Step
Selecting a language
st
Deutsch
English
Francais
Italiano
Espanol
Portugues
Nederlands
Dansk
Norsk
Svenska
Suomi
Cesky
Polski
Turkce
Ellinika
Magyar
Russkij
Hrvatski
Slovenscina
Romana
[ Select and confirm the language you require.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Note:
•
•
If you inadvertently set a display language
that you do not understand, press
"v 5 3 1" and then select the correct language.
If you want to reset the default display language: Æ Page 35.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Setting the handset
You can change the standard settings of the handset if
you are not happy with them.
Setting the speaker volume
You can adjust the speaker volume during a call. The following volumes are adjustable:
• Volume in handset mode. Three volume levels are
possible.
• Volume in speakerphone mode. Five volume levels
are possible. You can only change the speakerphone
volume if the speakerphone is active (Æ Page 37).
p
You are on a call.
© Open the handset’s main menu.
st
Ð
st
Audio Settings
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Handset Volume
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
__Handset Volume__
Handset:
f
g
Handsfree:
f
g
”
Save
uv Define settings.
Save
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Press the display key if you want to permanently save
the setting.
Setting the handset
Step by step
Setting the ringer
Setting the ringer volume and melody
Tones and melodies are saved on your handset. When
selecting the menu, the ringer sounds at the current
setting. You can choose between three ringer volumes,
as well as a crescendo ring (volume increases gradually).
You can activate distinctive ringing tones on your handset to help you differentiate between calls and appointments:
• Ext. Calls
• Internal calls
• Appointments
• All
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Audio Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Ringer Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Ext. Calls
Internal Calls
Appointments
All
[ Select the required menu item and confirm. The input
st
mask, for example, for external calls is displayed:
1 Ringer volume
1
2
___Ext. Calls___
Loudspeaker Vol:
f
Melody:
Circles g
2 Ringer melody
g
f
”
Save
uv Set volume.
s Move the cursor down one line.
... etc.
uv Enter the time control setting.
s Move the cursor down one line.
... etc.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Please make sure that you have picked up the call
before holding the phone to your ear. This is to
ensure that the loud ringing tone does not cause
damage to your hearing.
Save
Save the settings.
Advisory tones
The advisory tones have the following meaning:
Advisory
Meaning
Key tone
Every keystroke is confirmed
Confirmation
tones
•
•
•
Battery tone
st
st
st
Ð
Confirmation tone (crescendo
tone sequence) when saving inputs/settings and when placing
the handset in the charging shell
Error beep (decrescendo tone
sequence) to signal incorrect inputs
End-of-menu beep at the menu
end
The batteries need to be charged
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Audio Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Advisory Tones
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask,
for example, for advisory tones, is displayed:
1 Key tone status
1
2
3
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___Advisory Tones___
Key tone:
g
fOn
Con. tone:
g
fOn
Battery
g
fOn
Save
”
2 Confirmation tone
status
3 Battery tone status
Setting the handset
Step by step
uv Define the setting.
s Move the cursor down one line.
...
Save
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Setting ringing tones and pictures with
resource directory
Your handset’s resource directory is used to manage
sounds that you can set as ringing tones and pictures
that you can use as screensavers. Sounds are preset
and can be neither modified, loaded nor deleted.
The resource directory can manage the following media
types:
Icon
Media type
Format
Monophone ringing
tones
Standard
Polyphone ringing tones Standard
Polyphone ringing tones .mid
Picture (screensaver)
BMP
(128 x 128 or
128 x 64 pixels)
The icon is displayed in the resource directory before
the name. Your handset comes with a number of monoand polyphone sounds pre-installed. Loading/deleting
sounds is not supported. You can download pictures
from a PC (Æ Page 109) and listen to existing sounds.
Viewing pictures/playing sounds
st
st
Ï Resource Dir.
Screensavers
Caller Pictures
Sounds
© Open the main menu of the handset.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
[ Select the required menu item and confirm.
st Select the entry.
Play
or
End
Show
or
Press the display key. Sounds are played back or pictures are displayed.
Press the display key. The handset finishes playing the
sound or displaying the picture.
While playing back sounds, you can use the u key to
interrupt playback.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
a Press and hold down the On-hook key to end the operation. The telephone reverts to idle mode.
If an error message appears
An error message appears after you select a picture if
you saved the image in an invalid file format. Press ”
Delete to delete the
to interrupt the operation. Press
picture.
Setting the sound volume during playback
st
[ Select the required sound and confirm.
Sound 1
Sound 2
...
Play
Press the display key.
Volume
Press the display key.
uv Adjust the volume.
Save
Save settings.
Renaming a picture
st
st
Ï Resource Dir.
Screensavers
Caller Pictures
© Open the main menu of the handset.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
[ Select the required menu item and confirm.
st Select the entry.
Options
st
Rename
Open the menu.
[ The name of the entry can be modified. Length: up to
15 characters. Then confirm your entry.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Deleting pictures
A picture that cannot be deleted is marked with è. In
this case, the functions listed below are not available.
st
st
Ï Resource Dir.
Screensavers
Caller Pictures
© Open the handset’s main menu.
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
[ Select the required menu item and confirm.
st Select the entry.
Options
Open the menu.
either:
st
Delete Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The selected entry
will be deleted.
or:
st
[ Select the menu item and confirm. All deletable entries
Delete List
in the list are deleted.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Checking the available memory
You can show how much memory is left.
st
st
Ï Resource Dir.
Available Memory
© Open the handset’s main menu.
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The amount of
memory available/used is displayed:
_Available Memory_
Free: 13%
”
13% of the available
memory is free.
[
” or [ Press the display key. The display ends.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Activating or deactivating the ringer
Deactivating the ringer
* Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted.
The ringer is deactivated.
Activating the ringer
* Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted.
Deactivating the ringer for the current call
* Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted.
Reactivate the ringer after the call so that the handset
uses the ringer to signal the next call.
Activating or deactivating the warning
tone
When you activate the warning tone, all other tones are
deactivated. An incoming call is signalled by this brief
tone.
If the handset is in a call pickup group, a pickup call is
also signalled by the warning tone.
Activating the warning tone
* Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted.
Beep on
Press the Display key within three seconds.
The warning tone is activated. The volume of the warning tone is coupled with the volume of the external ringer.
Deactivating the warning tone
* Hold down the key until a confirmation tone is emitted.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Activating/deactivating automatic call
answering
This function allows you to accept calls by removing the
handset from the charging shell.
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Auto Answer Õ
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Automatic answering is activated.
The activated function is ticked and can be deactivated
by selecting it once more.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Setting the date and time
The handset date and time are automatically set when
you set up a call to another station. If your communication system does not support this function, you can set
the date and time manually. The handset data and time
must be set so that calls receive the correct timestamp.
either:
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
Date/Time
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or: If the date and time have not yet been set:
Time
Press the display key.
then:
o Enter the date, for example, 22.09.2007 = 220907.
s Move the cursor down one line.
o Enter the time, for example, 19:05 = 1905.
Save
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Note:
If your communication system does not automatically set the date and time, you must check
the setting from time to time and if necessary,
correct it.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Display settings
A number of options are available for setting the display.
You can set the screensaver (screen picture), the colour
scheme, the contrast and the display lighting. You can
also change the name displayed for the base station.
Screensaver
You can set a screensaver that is displayed when the
handset is idle. It replaces the idle status display and
can even overlap the date, time and the name of the
base station. The screensaver is not displayed during a
call or if the handset is logged off.
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Display
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Screensaver
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The mask for activating and setting the screensaver is displayed.
Activation: u On v Enable or disable activation.
either:
View
The active screensaver is displayed.
or:
s Move the cursor down one line.
Selection: u Beach v Select a picture, for example "Beach".
Tip: If you select the "Clock" screensaver, the time is
shown in large digits on the display.
Edit
The selected screensaver is activated.
then:
Save
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Colour scheme
Four colour schemes are saved on your handset. By selecting a colour scheme you define the colours to be
used for the font, menu items and background.
If you change to a different colour scheme during a setting, it is immediately previewed to show how it will appear later for all menus.
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Display
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Colour Scheme
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The colour scheme
selected is displayed.
st Selecting the colour scheme.
[ Confirm your selection.
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Contrast
Use this function to define the contrast between the
font/menu icons and the background.
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Display
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Contrast
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The mask for setting
the contrast is displayed.
u v Set the contrast.
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Lighting
You can set whether the display should light up when
the handset is in the charging shell or if it is out of the
charging shell.
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Display
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Lighting
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The mask for setting
lighting is displayed.
In Charger: Enable or disable activation.
u On v
s Move the cursor down one line.
Outside Charger: Enable or disable activation.
u On v
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Base station name
You can change the base station name that is displayed
in idle status. The handset must be registered at the
corresponding base.
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Select Base
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
<Base>
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
The selected base is activated. The activated base is
ticked. It can be deactivated by selecting another base.
Change
Change the settings.
Edit Name: X Delete text.
o and possibly X
Save
Enter the required text and correct individual characters
as necessary using the "Delete" Display key.
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
aa Press the On-hook key twice to turn the handset off and
back on.
The new base station name is now displayed in idle status.
The Cordless system overwrites the display information
“Name base station” with the own phone number as
soon as an incoming or outgoing call is initiated. In this
case, the name of the base station only reappears after
the handset has been switched off and back on again.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Setting the conversion list for vCard
transfer
Phone numbers are usually specified as follows in email programs, such as, Microsoft Outlook: +49 (05251)
820776. The handset is unable to use this format, however, to dial the phone number. If the phone number
above is a local fixed network number, it is converted to
0820776, for instance, when dialled. The conversion
pairs are defined in the conversion table and can be
modified if they deviate from the default values.
Consult your system administrator about the conversion rules that apply to your handset.
Defining conversion pairs
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Area Codes
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The conversion ta-
ble is displayed. It is predefined for the country in question and may be displayed in the following format:
____Area Codes____
International code:
00 - 49
Local area code:
0 - [I
]
”
1 The country code "49" is
replaced by "00"
2 The area code, for instance "05251" (blank in
this example), is replaced by "0"
2
1
Save
o Change entry
Press the up/down control key to navigate to another input field; Press the left/right control key to move the cursor within an input field.
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Setting the handset
Step by step
Resetting the defaults
This function allows you to reset your mobile phone to
the defaults, for example, if you want to pass it on to
someone else or reset it.
The handset features are handled as follows:
Feature
Action
Sound settings
are reset
Call-by-call list
is retained
System registration
is retained
Phonebook
is retained
Redial list
is deleted
Resetting
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Reset Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm. A security check
question appears.
Yes
Confirm the security check question. The handset is returned to the default.
Note:
For information about deleting the telephone directory see: Æ Page 44.
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Setting the handset
Default settings
Setting
Explanation/notes
Levels
Tones and
signals
Ringer volume
5
Default
state
5
Ringer melody, external
Ringer melody, internal
3 +30
3 +30
1
3
Warning tone
Handset volume
3
off
1
Volume in speakerphone mode
Appointment
5
3
3+30
5
1
5
Melody
Volume
Key tones, audible each time a key is pressed.
on
Warning tone, audible approximate- ly five minutes before the battery
runs out.
on
Confirmation tone, indicates wheth- er actions were successful or unsuccessful.
Auto Answer Call is automatically accepted by re- moving the handset from the charging shell.
Select Base Select the base
4
on
Lighting
Screen Picture
Character
Set
Display lighting
Display in idle status
-
on
off
Available character set
-
Standard
Language
Select different languages:
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Bluetooth
Bluetooth-Activation
-
English
or
German
off
Default state Resetting the defaults deletes the redial call numbers and resets the
sound settings. The registration (logon) and the handset PIN are retained.
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on
retained
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Speakerphone mode
Features
Speakerphone mode offers you the following advantages:
• Other persons can listen to and participate in the
call.
• Your hands are free.
• When dialling, you can hear the ring tone, for example, without having to lift the handset to your ear.
Speakerphone mode can be used effectively up to a
background noise level of 50 dB (A) (Office environment).
Activating speakerphone mode
Speakerphone mode can be activated during a call,
when dialling or when answering a call:
d Press the speakerphone key. The Speakerphone key
lights up. Inform the other party when you want to activate the speakerphone to let others listen in.
Note:
Make sure you switch back to handset mode before you return the telephone directly to your ear.
In this way you can avoid causing damage to your
hearing.
Switching between speakerphone and handset
mode
d Press the speakerphone key. The handset switches
from speakerphone to handset mode or vice versa.
The Speakerphone key lights up if speakerphone mode
is active. It does not light up if speakerphone mode is
deactivated and handset mode is activated.
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Note:
If you wish to replace the handset in the charging shell during a call, forexample, because the
batteries are flat, hold down the Speakerphone
key to prevent the call from being cleared down.
Setting the speakerphone volume
The volume can be set during a call (Æ Page 20).
Conducting calls with the headset
The handset can be used with a corded and cordless
headset.
Corded headset
You can connect a corded headset to the socket on the
side. The headset must have a 2.5 mm plug.
The receiver inset and microphone functions are activated on the headset once it is connected.
Cordless headset
You can use a cordless, Bluetooth headset with your
handset. This means your hands are free while making
calls, and there are no annoying cables, forexample,
when you are working at your computer or when you
are on the road.
Your Bluetooth headset must be registered on your
handset before you can use it for the first time. After
this, you can continue to use your Bluetooth headset
until you decide to deregister it.
Note:
• Theoretically, third parties can tap Bluetooth
connections.
• To improve protection against unauthorised
tapping, deregister any Bluetooth devices
you no longer require.
During a call, a second caller is not signalled at the Bluetooth headset.
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Registering a Bluetooth headset at the handset
Set the headset to login mode (see the user manual
supplied with your headset).
© Open the main menu of the handset.
st
í Add. Features
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Data Transfer
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Bluetooth
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth menu
st
Search Headset
st
Found Devices
S55 Headset
is displayed.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The handset searches for a Bluetooth headset and sets up a wireless connection. The name of the devices found are displayed.
Select the required headset.
Options
Open the handset’s menu
st
Trust Device
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
agreed PIN:
[ Enter and confirm the Bluetooth PIN for your headset
st
Activation Õ
(see the user manual supplied with your headset). The
device is recorded in the list of known devices.
[ The Bluetooth interface is automatically activated on
your handset.
The active Bluetooth function is ticked.
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Conducting calls via the Bluetooth headset
Activating the Bluetooth headset during a call
If the handset is in dial or call mode (see Æ Page 3 for
information on setting up a call), the Bluetooth headset
can assume the receiver inset and microphone functions.
Press the Talk key on the Bluetooth headset (see the
user manual supplied with your headset).
Accepting a call on the Bluetooth headset
The headset uses a call tone to signal an incoming call.
Press the Talk key on the Bluetooth headset (see the
user manual supplied with your headset).
Deactivating the Bluetooth headset during a call
You are conducting a call via the Bluetooth headset.
c or d Press the Talk key or Speakerphone key on the handset.
The Bluetooth headset is deactivated. You can continue
the call directly on the handset.
Deregistering the Bluetooth headset at the handset
To improve protection against unauthorised tapping, deregister the Bluetooth headset at the handset if you no
longer wish to use it.
© Open the main menu of the handset.
st
í
st
Data Transfer
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Bluetooth
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth menu
st
Trusted Devices
S55 Headset
Add. Features
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
is displayed.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The name of the
registered or detected Bluetooth headset is displayed.
Options
st
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Delete Entry
Open the handset’s menu
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth headset is deregistered and can no longer be detected by
the handset.
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Number redial
The last 20 phone numbers dialled are saved in the redial list. A phone number that was dialled several times
is only saved once.
If you tried to call a party from the handset’s telephone
directory, the name of the party is displayed in case of
number redial. For information on manual number redial, see (Æ Page 4).
Automatic redial
The phone number is automatically redialled ten times
at 20-second intervals. Speakerphone mode is automatically activated, the Speakerphone key flashes. The
function is deactivated after ten unsuccessful attempts
and when a call is made in the interim.
c Press the Talk key briefly. The redial list is displayed.
s or t Select the required telephone number.
Options
st
Automatic Redial
Open the redial menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. Automatic redial is
activated.
either:
p
The user answers and you conduct the call.
or:
Off
If you wish to cancel the function: press the Display key
or any key.
Deleting a redial entry or list
c Press the Talk key briefly. The redial list is displayed.
s or t Select the required telephone number.
Options
Open the redial menu.
either:
st
Delete Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The telephone
number is deleted.
or:
st
Delete List
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The redial list is deleted.
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a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Adding a telephone number to the redial list
During dial preparation, you can add a number from
your handset’s redial list to your phonebook.
c Press the Talk key briefly. The redial list is displayed.
s or t Select the required telephone number.
Options
st
Copy to Directory
st
New Entry
Open the redial menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The phonebook is
displayed.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The following selection mask appears:
1 Tel.
2 Tel. (office)
Insert number
999
to:
1
2
3
3 Tel. (mobile)
<
=
>
”
[
st Mark the line where you want to insert the phone
number.
[ Confirm your entry.
st o Enter the remaining contact information, such as the
first name and surname. For further information, see
Æ Page 44 and Æ Page 45.
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Entering a phone number in the call-by-call
list
You can manually enter a phone number in the call-bycall list.
C When the handset is idle: Open the call-by-call list.
st
New Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask is
displayed. The line where you can enter information is
marked active with [...].
o Enter the relevant information, see above.
st Jump to the next line.
... etc.
Functions for text input:
#
X
*
Save
Switches mode from abc to Abc, from Abc
to 123 and from 123 to abc
If predictive text is off:
press the key briefly.
If predictive text is on:
press and hold down the key.
Deletes the letter to the left of the cursor.
Opens the table of special characters.
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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The handset’s phonebook/call-by-call list
A total of up to 250 entries can be saved in the phonebook and the call-bycall list. The phonebook and the call-by-call list are operated in the same
way.
Gigaset QuickSync Æ Page 109 is a software application for transferring
data between your cordless Gigaset phone and your PC. You can use it at
your phone to load data from your PC to your Gigaset over a data cable or
Bluetooth and synchronize contacts with Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft
Outlook Express, and contacts in Microsoft Windows Vista.
Phonebook:
You can save contact information for frequent call partners in the phonebook. Once a phone number has been saved in this way you no longer
have to enter it in full when you want to call someone. All you have to do
is select the required phonebook entry.
You can save the following contact information for every entry in the phonebook:
Information
Explanation
First Name*,
Surname
A name must be entered in at least one of the fields.
Each name can contain up to 16 characters.
Phone,
Phone (Mobile)*,
Phone (Office)*
A number must be entered in at least one of the fields.
Each number can contain up to 32 digits.
E-Mail*
E-mail address with up to 60 characters. The special
character "@" can be inserted after pressing the asterisk key.
Anniversary
You can select either "On" or "Off". If "On" is selected:
• Anniversary (Date): Day/month/year, 8 digits*
• Anniversary (Time): Hour/minute, 4 digits, for reminder call
• Anniversary (Signal): Type of signalling, acoustic or
visual (time specification not necessary)
CLIP picture*
Displays a picture for an incoming call when CLIP is active.
Note: This function is not supported by the system and
should therefore not be used.
VIP Entry
VIP mark and VIP ringing tone. Reached by pressing
Options .
* = new for vCard format
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Call-by-call list:
You can save carrier prefixes, for instance, in the call-bycall list. The following information applies to each entry.
Information
Explanation
Number:
Up to 32 digits
PublicKey:
Up to 16 characters
Saving an entry
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
st
New Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask is
displayed. The line where you can enter information is
marked active with [...].
o Enter the relevant information, see above.
st Jump to the next line.
... etc.
Functions for text input:
#
X
*
Save
Switches mode from abc to Abc, from Abc
to 123 and from 123 to abc
If predictive text is off:
press the key briefly.
If predictive text is on:
press and hold down the key.
Deletes the letter to the left of the cursor.
Opens the table of special characters.
Save the settings.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Changing the sequence of entries:
The phonebook entries are generally sorted in alphabetical order by surname. Spaces and digits have first priority here. If the phonebook only contains a subscriber’s
first name, this is listed instead of the surname in the
sequence.
The sort sequence is as follows:
1. Space
2. Digits (0 - 9)
3. Letters (alphabetical)
4. Other characters
If you want to change the sequence of entries in the alphabetical list, you could insert a space or a digit before
the first letter of the surname. These entries then move
to the top of the phonebook. Names preceded by an asterisk are listed at the end of the phonebook.
Finding and dialling an entry
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
t/s or o You can scroll to the required entry or enter the first letter of the relevant entry.
If necessary, press a key several times in succession to
enter the required letter.
either:
c Press the Talk key. The assigned phone number is dialled.
or:
Options
st
Display Number
Open the menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The number is displayed.
o
Change or complete the phone number, forexample,
with DDIA.
a Press and hold down the Talk key.
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Dialling an entry with the speed dialling digit
Once you have saved an entry in the call-by-call list and
assigned a speed dialling digit to it, you can call up this
entry and dial the phone number associated with it by
pressing the corresponding speed dialling digit
(Æ Page 90).
o Press and hold down the required speed dialling digit.
The assigned phone number is shown on the display.
c Press and hold down the Talk key. The assigned phone
number is dialled.
Viewing an entry
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
t/s or o You can scroll to the required entry or enter the first letter of the relevant entry.
If necessary, press a key several times in succession to
enter the required letter.
Show
Press the display key. The entry’s data is displayed.
[ Confirm to return to the list.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Changing an entry
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
t/s or o You can scroll to the required entry or enter the first letter of the relevant entry.
If necessary, press a key several times in succession to
enter the required letter.
either:
Show
Change
Press the display keys one after the other. The entry’s
data is displayed.
or:
Options
st
Edit Entry
Open the menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The entry’s data is
displayed.
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then:
o Enter changes.
Options
st
Open the menu.
[ Save the entry.
Save Entry
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Marking a VIP (Very Important Person) entry
An incoming call for a VIP-marked entry is signalled with
a VIP ringing tone.
s When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook.
s t Select the required entry.
Options
st
Open the menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask for
VIP Entry
marking a VIP entry is displayed.
VIP: u On v Activate the VIP marking.
s Move the cursor down one line.
Melody: u Circles v Select a melody, forexample, "Circles".
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Deleting an entry or phonebook/call-by-call
list
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
s t Select the required entry.
Options
Open the menu.
either:
st
Delete Entry
st
Delete List
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The telephone
number is deleted.
or:
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[ Select the menu item and confirm. A security check
question appears.
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Confirm the security check question. The phonebook/
call-by-call list is deleted.
Yes
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Sending or copying an entry or list (phonebook)
You can send an entry or a list to a central server to save
it. Any phone number between 00 and 99 can be used
for this purpose (Æ Page 51).
Restriction: The entries in the handset’s phonebook
are stored in vCard format (Æ Page 44). The communication system, however, uses another format. This can
cause loss of phonebook entry information. The features that are new for the vCard format are indicated by
an asterisk (= new for vCard format) in the table on
Æ Page 44. The phone numbers are not affected.
Attention:
Existing data may be destroyed if you send the
communication system an entry or list to the
same number that you have just used. This will
completely overwrite an existing file.
s Open the phonebook.
s or t Select the required entry.
Options
Open the menu.
either:
st
Copy Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or:
st
Copy List?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
st
to Internal
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o Enter any phone number between 00 and 99.
Copy
Press the display key. The entry/list is sent.
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Copying an additional entry
Yes
Press the display key
s or t Select the required entry.
Copy
Press the display key.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Displaying available memory
s or C When the handset is idle: Open the phonebook or callby-call list.
t s Select any entry.
Options
st
Available Memory
Open the menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The amount of
memory used and available is displayed.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Central directories (group directory)
You can save your private phonebook that is saved on
your handset to a central server, and add group phonebooks that are saved on this server to your private
phonebook.
To protect phone numbers in your private phonebook
from being modified when a group phonebook is added, we recommend first saving your private phonebook
using the function "Send List" (Æ Page 49).
If the number of group directory entries exceeds the
volume of memory available in your private phonebook,
the transfer operation terminates as soon as the memory capacity limit is reached.
u Call the system menu.
><
PHONEBOOK
[ Select and confirm the phonebook.
either: Delete the private phonebook
><
PRIV. DELETE
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
The following message appears:
PHONEBOOK DELETED
or: Load the private phonebook
><
PRIV. LOAD
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or: Load the group directory
><
LOAD GROUP
...
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
ABC Directory
EFG Directory
[ Select and confirm the group directory.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Making calls using project assignment
(cost billing)
Calls made to external partners can be assigned to specific projects.
Prerequisite: Project numbers (from 1 to 5) have been
configured for certain projects, and you have an account
code (ACCT) for the project.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
o Enter a service code between 61 (for project number 1)
and 65 (for project number 5).
o Enter the PIN.
or:
><
PIN / COS?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
PIN 1?
...
[ Select the required PIN and confirm.
then:
o Enter an external phone number.
Then make your phone call as usual (Æ Page 3).
A time limit is applied to project assignment. It is
automatically deactivated if you have not used
your handset for a period of more than five minutes, for instance.
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Using a different telephone in the same
way as your own
You can log on to another telephone belonging to the
HiPath 4000 system via a personal identification
number or PIN (this includes telephones of networked
HiPath 4000 systems, for example, at other branches of
your company). At the other telephone you can then:
• make calls and assign the charges to cost centres,
• make calls and assign the charges to specific
projects,
• check your mailbox,
• set appointments.
Using an internal PIN, you can have your calls diverted
to a telephone in the office or department where you
will be for a temporary period (call forwarding - "follow
me").
Prerequisite: You have been assigned a PIN by System
Support. You require an internal PIN for calls within your
own HiPath 4000 system, while for calls involving other
HiPath 4000 systems in the integrated network you require a network-wide PIN.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
6 1 Enter the service code
(61 for PIN 1, 62 for PIN 2 etc.).
or:
><
PIN / COS?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
PIN 1?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
If you have several PINs and wish to use another one,
select the other PIN.
then:
You are prompted to enter the PIN by the message "Enter station no." or "Enter ID" on the display.
The following applies within the actual HiPath
4000-system:
o Enter the internal PIN.
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Entering the PIN for your own and another
HiPath 4000-system within the integrated network:
o Enter the 2-digit node code for your own HiPath 4000
system (consult System Support).
o r Enter your own number and press the hash key.
o r Enter the network-wide PIN and press the hash key.
Dialling after (successful) identification:
You will hear the dialling tone. The following appears on
the display:
"Please dial".
o Enter a phone number.
Call forwarding - follow me after successful identification:
><
VARY FORWARD
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
SAVE
[ Confirm. Call forwarding is activated immediately.
Suppressing call ID display for called
party
The call ID display can only be suppressed for one subsequent call and the setting is not saved if the number
is redialled.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
8 2 Enter the service code.
or:
><
OTHER FUNCT.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
DISPLAY
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
o Enter the phone number of the user. If the extension accepts the call, your phone number will not be displayed.
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Activating/deactivating do not disturb
If you prefer not to be disturbed, you can activate the Do
not disturb function. Internal callers will hear the ringing
tone and the announcement "Do Not Disturb"; external
calls will be diverted to the attendant. System Support
can also set up call forwarding destinations for the Do
Not Disturb function, to which you can forward your internal and external calls.
Prerequisite: System Support has enabled the Do Not
Disturb function for all extensions.
u Call the system menu.
><
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
BASIC SERVICE
either:
2 2 Enter the service code.
or:
><
Feature settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
DO NOT DISTURB
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The display indicates whether Do Not Disturb is activated or not.
then:
ACTIVATE
[ Confirm the display if "Do Not Disturb" should be acti-
DEACTIVATE
[ Confirm the display if "Do Not Disturb" should be deac-
vated.
tivated.
Note:
A tone reminds you that Do Not Disturb is activated when you seize the trunk.
The attendant can circumvent the Do Not Disturb
function and reach you anyway.
If System Support has locked the Do Not Disturb
function for all users, the item "Do Not Disturb"
will not appear on the service menu.
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Call tracing
You can have malicious external callers identified. The
caller’s phone number can be traced during the call or
up to 30 seconds thereafter. However, you yourself
should not hang up.
Prerequisite: The function must be configured.
p
During the call.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
8 3 Enter the service code.
or:
><
OTHER FUNCT.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
CALL TRACING
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Note:
If the call was traced successfully, the data will
be saved with the network provider. Please consult System Support.
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Call forwarding
Using call forwarding
You can program two types of call forwarding:
• Fixed call forwarding and
• variable call forwarding.
For fixed call forwarding, you programme a forwarding destination that will
remain valid until you change or delete it. You can activate and deactivate
this forwarding function.
For variable call forwarding, you can choose between six different forwarding types:
• Variable forwarding (unconditional forwarding)
• Forwarding for internal
• Forwarding for external
• Forwarding on busy
• Forwarding after timeout
• Fwd. on busy/after timeout
Call forwarding is activated when a forwarding destination is programmed.
When the phone is idle, active forwarding instructions are shown on the
display, for instance, Forwarding: 47110 to 47200,
47110 -->
47200
You can use codes to activate and deactivate call forwarding (Æ Page 64).
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Fixed call forwarding
If you have programmed a forwarding destination for
fixed forwarding, you can activate and deactivate the
forwarding facility in the service menu. The programmed forwarding destination remains valid until you
change or delete it.
Programming and activating a forwarding destination
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm. The display shows "variable forwarding".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "FWD-FIXED off". If for-
warding has been programmed, the destination is displayed.
><
ENTER DESTIN.:
[ Select and confirm.
o Enter the phone number for the forwarding destination.
Any destination previously saved will be overwritten.
SAVE
[ Confirm when the complete number has been entered.
Call forwarding to the programmed destination is active.
Activating and deactivating fixed forwarding
You can only activate and deactivate fixed forwarding if
a destination number has been programmed.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm. The display shows "variable forwarding".
NEXT
[ Confirm.
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Deactivating
FWD-FIXED
><
DEACTIVATE
The display shows "FWD-FIXED".
[ Select the menu item and confirm. Fixed forwarding is
deactivated.
Activating
FWD-FIXED
><
ACTIVATE
The display shows "FWD-FIXED".
[ Select the menu item and confirm. Fixed forwarding is
activated.
Deleting the destination for fixed forwarding
You can delete the destination for fixed forwarding.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm. The display shows "variable forwarding".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "FWD-FIXED" and the forwarding destination.
FWD-FIXED
><
DELETE
The display shows "FWD-FIXED" and the forwarding
destination when forwarding is activated.
[ Select and confirm. The forwarding destination is deleted. If fixed forwarding was activated it is now switched
off.
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Variable call forwarding
For variable forwarding you can choose between six different call forwarding types:
• Variable forwarding (unconditional forwarding)
• Forwarding for internal
• Forwarding for external
• Forwarding on busy
• Forwarding after timeout
• Fwd. on busy/after timeout
Rem.: The various forwarding types must be configured
for the user.
The forwarding types are mutually exclusive except for
"forwarding for internal" and "forwarding for external".
You can program a forwarding destination for each of
the two exceptions and activate them both.
Example:
You have activated variable forwarding. If you now program and thus activate forwarding after timeout, variable forwarding will be automatically deactivated and its
forwarding destination will be deleted.
Selecting a variable forwarding type
Select Destinations and Forwarding in the service menu.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm.
"Variable forwarding" will be offered first.
FWD-VAR-ALLBOTH
><
NEXT
FWD-FIXED
><
NEXT
FWD-VAR-ALL-INT
><
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NEXT
Output on first line.
[ Confirm to select the next forwarding type.
Output on first line.
[ Confirm to select the next forwarding type.
Output on first line.
[ Confirm to select the next variable forwarding type.
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FWD-VAR-ALL-EXT
><
Output on first line.
[ Confirm to select the next variable forwarding type.
NEXT
or
> < To edit the current variable forwarding type, select the
required command.
Programming a forwarding destination
u Open the System Menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm. The display shows "variable forwarding".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "FWD-FIXED off".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "Forwarding for internal".
ENTER DESTIN.:
[ Select and confirm.
><
o Enter the phone number for the forwarding destination.
Any destination previously programmed will be overwritten.
SAVE
[ Confirm when the complete number has been entered.
To select a different forwarding type, proceed as described onÆ Page 60.
If variable forwarding was previously programmed and
activated, it is deactivated and the forwarding destination is deleted ((for exception, see Æ Page 60). Fixed
forwarding is deactivated.
Deleting a forwarding destination
A variable forwarding destination is automatically deleted when the forwarding type is deactivated.
Activating variable forwarding
Variable forwarding is automatically activated when the
forwarding destination is programmed.
Deactivating variable forwarding
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Step by step
You can deactivate all variable forwarding types in the
Service Menu (Basic Service).
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
FORWARD
[ Confirm. The display shows "variable forwarding".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "FWD-FIXED off".
NEXT
[ Confirm. The display shows "Forwarding for internal".
DEACTIVATE
[ Select and confirm. Variable forwarding is deactivated
><
and the forwarding destination is deleted.
To select a different variable forwarding type, proceed
as described on Æ Page 60
Checking forwarding
To check up on the status of the forwarding types, proceed as described on Æ Page 60. The forwarding destination is shown in the second line if this variable forwarding type is activated.
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Step by step
Activating and deactivating forwarding by means
of a switch
If a forwarding destination has been programmed for
fixed forwarding, you can use the switch to activate and
deactivate the forwarding facility. If variable forwarding
is activated, it can only be deactivated with the switch.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
Feature settings
[ Select and confirm.
><
FORWARD
[ Select and confirm.
><
ACTIVATE
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The call forwarding
><
DEACTIVATE
function is activated.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. Call forwarding is
deactivated. This deletes any destination number programmed for variable forwarding.
Automatic call forwarding
Forwarding of internal and external calls in the system
can be configured and activated for your line by System
Support. Calls can be rerouted:
•
•
•
unconditionally
when the line is busy
when the call is not answered
Unconditional call forwarding should only be used if the
line is for outgoing calls only (for example, in a lift).
If you have set up fixed or variable call forwarding, and
if the manually programmed forwarding destinations
are not obtainable (for example, because they are
busy), then calls are automatically forwarded to the system forwarding destinations.
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Step by step
Call forwarding with codes
You can use codes to set up the following forwarding
types:
Forwarding type
Program and activate fixed forwarding
Activate fixed forwarding
Code
(example)
* 51
* 41
Delete (and deactivate) fixed forwarding
# 51
Deactivate fixed forwarding
# 41
Program and activate unconditional variable forwarding
* 42
Program and activate variable forwarding
for internal calls
* 44
Program and activate variable forwarding
for external calls
* 43
Program and activate variable forwarding
on busy
* 45
Program and activate variable forwarding
after timeout
* 46
Program and activate variable forwarding
on busy / after timeout
* 47
Deactivate variable and fixed forwarding
# 41
Deactivate variable forwarding for internal
calls
# 44
Deactivate variable forwarding for external
calls
# 43
Activate system call forwarding
* 90
Deactivate system call forwarding
# 90
The display messages for activating and deactivating
call forwarding can be found on Æ Page 57.
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Step by step
Programming and activating call forwarding
c Press the Talk key.
o Enter the code, for example, *51 (ask your System Support). You will hear the dialling tone.
o Enter the destination phone number.
# Enter the termination character. You will hear a confirmation beep and call forwarding is activated.
a Press the On-hook key.
Activating fixed forwarding
c Press the Talk key.
o Enter the code, for example, *41 (ask your System Support). You will hear a confirmation beep.
a Press the On-hook key.
Deactivating call forwarding
c Press the Talk key.
o Enter the code, for example, #41 (ask your System Support). You will hear a confirmation beep.
a Press the On-hook key.
Cancelling fixed forwarding
c Press the Talk key.
o Enter the code, for example, #51 (ask your System Sup-
port). You will hear a confirmation beep and call forwarding is cancelled.
a Press the On-hook key.
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Step by step
Delayed call forwarding
This is configured for the entire system by System Support.
Prerequisite: The second call function must be activated Æ Page 78.
If "Forwarding on busy / after timeout" or "Forwarding after timeout" is activated on your handset Æ Page 60
and a second call comes in, you will automatically hear
the camp-on tone and see the details of the caller on
the display. This gives you the chance to accept this call
before it is forwarded (you may be urgently awaiting this
call, for instance).
The caller hears the ringing tone and is not forwarded to
another extension until after a certain timeout.
Forwarding calls for a different terminal
You can save, activate, check and deactivate call forwarding for another telephone, fax machine or PC from
your own mobile telephone. To do so, you need to know
the PIN for this terminal or you must have the "Call forwarding for remote terminal" class of service. Your System Support can help you in both cases.
Storing a destination for another telephone/activating call forwarding
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
DESTINATIONS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
FORWARD
NUMBER
VARY FORWARD
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
[ Confirm.
o Enter the number of the other telephone.
FINISHED?
[ Confirm.
o Enter the PIN
(only if your own station does not have the "Call forwarding for remote terminal" class of service).
FINISHED?
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[ Confirm.
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Step by step
o Enter the destination phone number.
SAVE
[ Confirm.
Call forwarding is activated immediately.
Deactivating/checking call forwarding for another
telephone
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
><
Feature settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
FORWARD
NUMBER
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
VARY FORWARD
[ Confirm.
o Enter the number of the other telephone.
FINISHED?
[ Confirm.
o Enter the PIN
(only if your own station does not have the "Call forwarding for remote terminal" class of service).
FINISHED?
[ Confirm.
Deactivating or checking:
><
DEACTIVATE
[ Confirm or:
INTERROGATE?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
3428------------>8968
Example of display: calls for station 3428 are redirected
to station 8968.
Changing call forwarding for a different terminal
Proceed in the same way as for saving/activating:
Æ Page 66.
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Step by step
Entering commands via tone dialling
(DTMF suffix dialling)
After dialling a phone number, you can activate DTMF
tone dialling (dual-tone multifrequency signalling) in order to operate devices, such as, answering machines or
automatic directory enquiry and switching systems by
means of command inputs.
p
You are connected.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
8 1 Enter the service code.
or:
><
OTHER FUNCT.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
DTMF DIALING
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
You can now enter commands with the keys 0 to 9, the
star key and the hash key.
Note:
When the connection is closed, the DTMF suffix
dialling will end as well.
Depending on the system configuration, "DTMF
DIALING" may be displayed immediately after the
number has been entered. In this case, you can
enter commands immediately after dialling a
phone number.
Parking/activating calls
You can park up to 10 internal and/or external calls and
resume them at another telephone.
Calls cannot be parked if:
• All parking positions are busy.
• The parking position you have selected is busy.
• The user is the attendant console.
• The call is a consultation call.
• The call is part of a conference.
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Step by step
Parking and resuming a call
You can park a call to your handset in a free parking position and resume it at your own telephone or another
one. This function can also be performed at telephones
which do not have a display.
p
You are on a call.
o Enter the system parking code (consult System Support
if you need help).
1 ... 9 Enter and note a parking position number between 1
and 9.
The call is parked.
a Press the On-hook key.
Resuming a parked call
c or d The handset is not in the charging shell. Press the Talk
key or Speakerphone key.
o Enter the system parking code (consult System Support
if you need help).
1 ... 9 Enter the parking position number between 1 and 9 that
you have noted and continue your call.
Parking is not possible
If all parking positions or the selected one are busy, or if
call parking is not available for some other reason, you
will receive both an acoustic and a visual message.
If the selected parking position is occupied, you will receive a display message and hear the busy tone.
either:
TO WAIT. CALL
[ Confirm and continue the call.
or:
a Press the On-hook key. You receive a recall from the call
on hold.
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Step by Step
Conducting calls – with multiple
users
Camp-on
You need to speak to a user in your communication system urgently, even though his line is busy. You can send
a call waiting signal during his call to let him know you
want to talk to him. The user either answers immediately or you will be automatically connected to him when
he has finished his call.
This function is only available if it has been configured
by the service engineer.
The user is busy. You want to use call waiting.
><
CAMP-ON
[ Select the menu item, confirm and wait briefly.
Note:
To camp on, you must have the appropriate class
of service.
Camp-on is not possible if the called party is protected by the camp-on security function.
You receive a call waiting signal (second call)
You are still available to other callers, even though you
are on the telephone. The call waiting signal informs you
of the second call while you are conducting a call. You
can answer this call without ending the first call.
p
You are on a call and hear a call waiting signal.
If you want to answer the second call, you can either
place the first call on hold (the first caller waits) or end
the first call.
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Step by Step
Placing the first call on hold and answering the second call
Answer the second call.
Accept call
Talk to the second caller. The first caller waits. His call is
on hold. You can now:
• toggle between the two callers (Æ Page 72) or
• set up a conference (Æ Page 73).
Ending the second call
a Press the On-hook key. Your handset rings.
c Press the Talk key to talk to the first caller again.
Ending the first call
a Press the On-hook key. The first call is ended. Your
handset rings.
c Press the Talk key and answer the second call.
Override
You need to speak to an internal user urgently, even
though his line is busy. The "Override" function allows
you to interrupt the ongoing call to pass on a message.
><
p
OVERRIDE
The user is busy.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Both the colleague and the other party hear a warning
tone.
You can speak immediately.
Note:
To override, you must have the appropriate class
of service.
Override is not possible if the called party is protected by the Privacy function.
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Step by Step
Transferring a call
If the person you are conversing with wishes to be forwarded to one of your colleagues, you can transfer the
call.
Transferring the call with prior announcement:
><
CONSULT
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o Enter the phone number of the required user.
Inform him or her that the waiting user wishes to be put
through.
a Press the On-hook key. The person you were speaking
with is now connected to the desired party.
Transferring the call without prior announcement:
><
START TRANSFER
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o Enter the phone number of the required user.
a Press the On-hook key.
Note:
If a connection is not set up between the other
two parties within 40 seconds, you will be recalled. You will be connected to the first party
again.
Toggling (switching between calls)
The Toggle function allows you to switch between two
users without allowing them to speak to each other directly. The two users can be either external or internal
users. You can also start a conference.
><
p
CONSULT
You are on a call.
[ Press the display key. The current call is placed "on
hold", the user waits.
o Enter the phone number of the second user.
p
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The second user answers.
Conducting calls – with multiple users
Step by Step
Switching to the caller on hold
><
TOGGLE
[ Press the Display key to switch between the two calls.
Ending the present call – returning to the other call
><
RETURN
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Setting up a three-way conference
><
CONFERENCE
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
A warning tone advises you that a conference in now in
place between all three users.
Conducting a conference
In a system-supported conference you can include up to
8 internal and external users. Users with system telephones can perform or use all the following functions simultaneously. ISDN telephones and external stations
are passive users – they can only be included in an existing conference.
You can include users and conferences from a remote
system in your own conference. The remote stations
can set up a conference of their own and extend it. The
members of this conference are included in your current conference – but they cannot perform or use the
following functions.
The following functions are supported for all conference
members with a system telephone:
• Setting up a conference when calling a user or receiving a call or making a consultation call or receiving a second call.
• Accepting a waiting call and including the caller in
the conference.
• Toggling between the conference and a consultation call or waiting call.
• Holding a consultation call during a conference and
adding it to the conference.
• Interconnecting conference members from two independent conferences via a remote network.
• Putting the conference on hold, if line keys are installed.
• Viewing all the conference members.
• Transferring the conference to a new user.
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Step by Step
These functions can be carried out by all conference
members at the same time.
Setting up a conference
You can set up a conference from any of the following
types of connection:
•
•
•
Single call
Consultation call
Camp-on
Starting a conference from a single call
You want to set up a conference.
><
p
START CONF.
You are on a call.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o Call the second user.
Announce that a conference is to be set up.
><
CONFERENCE
[ Select the menu item and confirm. You will briefly see
the message: "1 is your position".
Conf.
EXPAND CONF.
Setting up a conference from a consultation call
p
CONSULT
You are connected to one user and you call a second user.
[ Confirm.
o Call the second user. The second user answers, you announce the conference.
><
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CONFERENCE
[ Select the menu item and confirm. You will briefly see
the message: "1 is your position".
Conducting calls – with multiple users
Step by Step
Setting up a conference from a second call
p
><
Pickup
><
CONFERENCE
You are connected to one user and receive a second
call, which is signalled by a warning tone.
[ Select and confirm. You are connected to the second
caller. The other party is placed on hold.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. You will briefly see
the message: "1 is your position". All members are
connected in a conference call.
Expanding a conference
Any member of the system conference can expand the
conference by:
• calling another user and adding this person to the
conference
• adding a user to the conference from a consultation
call,
• accepting a second call and adding the caller to the
conference.
Calling and adding another user
You intend to call another user and to add this person to
the conference.
><
EXPAND CONF.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o Call the new user.
Announce that a conference is to be set up.
CONFERENCE
[ Confirm.
The user is added to the conference.
If the new user does not answer:
TO WAIT. CALL
[ Confirm.
Expanding the conference from a consultation call
You wish to make a consultation call during the conference.
><
CONSULT
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The conference is
placed on hold.
o Call a user. Make the consultation call.
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Step by Step
either:
><
CONFERENCE
><
TOGGLE
[ Select the menu item and confirm to add the user from
the consultation call to the conference.
or:
[ Toggle between the conference and the consultation
call.
or:
><
RETURN
[ Select the menu item and confirm to release the consultation call and return to the conference.
Accepting a second call and adding it to the
conference
If you receive a second call during the conference (the
second call function is activated), you can add this user
to the conference.
An alerting tone is audible.
><
Pickup
[ Select and confirm. You are connected to the second
caller. The conference is placed on hold.
either:
><
CONFERENCE
[ Select and confirm to add the second caller to the conference.
or:
><
TOGGLE
[ Toggle between the conference and the second call.
or:
><
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RETURN
[ Select and confirm to release the second call and return
to the conference.
Conducting calls – with multiple users
Step by Step
Transferring the conference
Any member can transfer the conference to a third party whom he has called by using the consultation or "expand conference" functions. The new user is not yet a
member of the conference. The conference cannot be
transferred to a second call.
You are taking part in a conference
either:
><
[ Select and confirm. The conference is placed on hold.
CONSULT
o Call a user.
or:
[ Select and confirm.
EXPAND CONF.
o Call a user.
Announce that you are transferring the conference
><
CONF. TRANSFER
[ Select and confirm.
You are disconnected from the conference.
a Press the On-hook key.
During the conference
You are taking part in a conference with 3 to 8 members
and you wish to know about the other members or to
disconnect a certain member or to disconnect the last
member added to the conference.
Viewing member information and disconnecting
members
><
[ Select and confirm.
VIEW MEMBERS?
Call No. Member
The display shows the phone number and possibly the
name of the conference member with the lowest member number.
1
NEXT CONF PTY?
either:
NEXT CONF PTY?
[ Confirm to display the next member.
or:
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Step by Step
><
[ Select and confirm to end the display.
STOP VIEWING?
or:
><
RELEASE PARTY?
[ Select and confirm to disconnect this member from the
conference. If there were only three members, the conference is now ended.
Disconnecting the last member added
You wish to disconnect the last member added to the
conference.
><
REM LAST PTY?
[ Select and confirm. The last member added is discon-
nected. If there were only three members, the conference is now ended.
Using the camp-on function
If you are expecting an important call, you should activate the camp-on function. A second call will then be
signalled while a call is in progress. You can accept or ignore the second call.
Note:
A second call is not signalled on the Bluetooth
headset.
Activating and deactivating the camp-on function
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
2 1 Enter the service code.
or:
><
Feature settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
Camp-on
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then: Activating or deactivating
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Activate
[ Confirm one of the two displays.
Deactivate
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Conducting calls – with multiple users
Step by Step
Accepting a second call
Prerequisite: You are making a call. The camp-on function is activated.
You will hear a warning tone. The calling party will hear
the ringing tone as though you were "free" .
><
Pickup
[ Select and confirm. You are connected to the second
caller. The first caller is placed on hold.
Ending the second call, resuming the first call:
a Replace the handset and lift it again.
c
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Message functions
Step by Step
Message functions
Using the mailbox
Callers who have tried to reach you during your absence
can leave a callback request in your mailbox.
In the mailbox you will also find voice or fax messages
from the mail server (if this has been set up).
Viewing the mailbox/selecting a mailbox entry
An advisory message appears and the message key
flashes when one or more information messages or
voice mails have been received for you.
either:
f Press the message key.
or:
u Call the system menu.
><
MAILBOX
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
MUELLER MOBILE
TH 06.02
09:23
[ The first entry appears.
> < Press to display the menu selection.
><
[ Select the menu item and confirm to select the next
NEXT
callback request.
Making a requested callback
MUELLER MOBILE
TH 06.02
09:23
The callback request is displayed.
> < Press to display the menu selection.
><
80
Output
[ Select and confirm.
The station will be called.
Message functions
Step by Step
Deleting mailbox entries
Select the required entry (Æ Page 80).
MUELLER MOBILE
TH 06.02
09:23
The required entry appears.
> < Press to display the menu selection.
><
[ Select and confirm to delete the entry.
DELETE
Note:
You cannot delete (new) voice messages to
which you have not yet listened in full. To mark a
message as "listened to", press 66 to jump to the
end of the message. Callback requests must also
be deleted from the missed call list (Æ Page 82).
Ending mailbox viewing
> < Press to display the menu selection.
><
[ Select and confirm. Mailbox entries which have not
CANCEL
been deleted remain saved.
Using the missed call list
Callers who have tried to reach you during your absence
are saved in the missed call list. Callback requests
(Æ Page 80) are also recorded here.
Viewing the missed call list
An advisory message appears and the message key
flashes when one or more information messages or
voice mails have been received for you.
either:
f Press the message key.
or:
u Call the system menu.
><
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
QUERY NO.
46068
34101
9
The phone number or names are displayed. Phone
numbers that have been viewed are ticked.
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Message functions
Step by Step
> < Press to view the list of phone numbers (names).
Phone numbers (names) that have already been viewed
are ticked.
Calling back a caller on the list
> < Press to select the required phone number (name).
><
© Press to display the menu selection.
DIAL
[ Select and confirm.
The station will be called.
Deleting a caller from the list
> < Press to select the required phone number (name).
><
© Press to display the menu selection.
DELETE
[ Select and confirm. The entry is deleted and the missed
call list is displayed again.
Exiting the missed call list
Î
Press to move up to the next or a higher level of the
menu
or:
a Press the on-hook key to return to the main menu.
Using the HiPath Xpressions mailbox
function (optional)
Users with a mailbox (HiPath Xpressions) can dial the
messaging phone number to use this system’s features
andthus configure call forwarding types or listen to
available messages. User voice prompts explain how to
obtain all the available functions. If call forwarding to the
mailbox is activated, the messaging phone number is
shown on the display (Æ Page 57).
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Additional functions
Step by step
Additional functions
Handset alarm clock function
When the alarm clock is activated, it rings every day or
every day from Monday to Friday at the set time. The
alarm clock is deactivated during automatic number redial.
Note:
The alarm will only sound with the set melody if
the handset is in idle status. During a call, the
alarm is only signalled by a short tone. Date and
Time must be set.
Prerequisite: The date and time must be set.
Activating the alarm clock
The handset is in idle status.
st
ì
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Alarm Clock
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask for
setting the alarm is displayed.
1 Alarm activation: on/off
1
2
3
4
5
___Alarm Clock___
Alarm Clock:
f On g
Time:
[HH:MM]
Period:
f Daily g
Volume:
g
f
Melody:
fCircles
”
g
Save
2 Time in the format
[HH:MM], forexample,
19:05 = 1905
3 Alarm rings every day or only
Monday - Friday
4 Volume can be set to five different levels + crescendo
ring
5 Adjustable melody
u On v Define the setting.
s Move the cursor down one line.
o Enter the time.
s Move the cursor down one line.
... etc.
Save
Save the settings.
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Step by step
¼ The alarm clock is activated.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Deactivating an alarm/repeating after a pause
The alarm rings for 60 seconds. The following appears
on the display: ì. If you do not press anything, the
alarm repeats after five minutes and then deactivates.
During the alarm:
either:
Press the display key. The alarm deactivates.
Off
or:
Snooze
Press the display key or any key. The alarm deactivates
and is repeated after five minutes. The alarm is repeated twice and then permanently deactivated.
Deactivating the alarm clock
The handset is in idle status.
st
ì
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Alarm Clock
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The input mask for
setting the alarm is displayed.
Activation: u Off v Define the setting.
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Handset appointment reminder function
You can program your handset to remind you of up to
thirty appointments. The handset must be in idle status
at the time of the appointment reminder. The appointment reminder function is deactivated during automatic
number redial.
The ringer melody and volume are set under Audio Settings/Ringer Settings/Appointments. The date and time
must be set.
Saving an appointment
The handset is in idle status.
st
ç
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Calendar
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The current month’s
calendar is displayed with the current day marked.
uv [ Select and confirm the required day for the new appointment reminder. The input mask for entering a new
appointment reminder appears.
st
New Entry
uv
Appoint.: < On >
[ Select and confirm the menu item or select an existing
appointment entry. The "New Entry" option only appears
if an appointment entry already exists.
Define the setting.
s Move the cursor down one line.
Date:
o Enter the date, forexample, 11 November = 1111.
s Move the cursor down one line.
Time:
o Enter the time, forexample, 19:05 = 1905.
s Move the cursor down one line.
Notes:
o Enter the name for the appointment reminder.
X If applicable, delete the old text.
Save
Save the settings.
¼ The appointment reminder function is activated.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Confirming an appointment reminder call
An appointment reminder call is signalled in the same
way as an incoming call.
Off
Press the display key during the appointment reminder
call.
If you do not confirm the appointment reminder call, it
will be stored in a missed dates list.
Deactivating an appointment reminder
The handset is in idle status.
st
ç
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Calendar
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The current month’s
calendar is displayed with the current day marked.
[ Confirm the current day. The list of appointments is displayed.
st
New Entry
11.11, 22:22
11.11, 23:23 ...
[ Select and confirm the appointment reminder that you
want to deactivate.
Options
st
Deactivate
Call the additional menu.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The appointment reminder marked is deactivated.
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Deleting an appointment reminder or the entire list
of appointment reminders
The handset is in idle status.
st
ç
© Open the main menu of the handset.
Calendar
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The current month’s
calendar is displayed with the current day marked.
[ Confirm the current day. The list of appointments is displayed.
st
New Entry
11.11, 22:22
11.11, 23:23 ...
[ Select and confirm the appointment reminder that you
want to delete.
Options
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Call the additional menu.
Additional functions
Step by step
either:
st
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The appointment is
Delete Entry
deleted.
or:
st
[ Select the menu item and confirm. A security check
Delete List
question appears.
Yes
Confirm the security check question. The appointment
reminder list is deleted.
then:
Save
Save setting.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
Displaying an unconfirmed appointment
If you have failed to confirm an appointment reminder
call, a Display key is assigned the "Missed Appoint."
function. This unconfirmed appointment must also be
saved in a missed dates list.
Appt.
Display an appointment. The date and time of the unconfirmed appointment are displayed.
Displaying an unconfirmed appointment and unconfirmed anniversaries
Any appointment reminder calls and anniversary calls
you fail to confirm are stored in a missed dates list.
st
st
í Add. Features
Missed Dates
© Open the main menu of the handset.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. A list of missed/unconfirmed appointments is displayed. The last appointment missed is always on top and the oldest is last.
st [ Select an unconfirmed appointment or an unconfirmed
anniversary. The relevant information is displayed.
Delete
If applicable, delete the selected appointment.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Additional functions
Step by step
System appointment function
You can arrange for the communication system to remind you of an appointment. For this to happen, you
need to save the times at which you wish to be reminded. This is possible for a period of up to 24 hours in advance.
Saving an appointment
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
7 Enter the service code.
or:
><
REMINDER
><
NEW REMINDER
[ Select and confirm.
The display indicates whether any reminders are already saved.
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
o Enter the time as 3 or 4 digits, forexample, 845 for
8.45 a.m. or 1500 for 3 p.m.
SAVE
[ Confirm.
Deleting a saved appointment
u Open the System Menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
7 Enter the service code.
or:
><
><
REMINDER
NEXT
[ Select and confirm. A saved reminder is displayed.
[ Confirm if you have saved several reminders.
then:
><
DELETE
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
a Press the On-hook key.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Using the appointment reminder function
Prerequisite: You have saved an appointment. The
saved time is reached.
Reminder
The handset starts ringing.
c Press the Talk key. The appointment time is displayed.
a Press the On-hook key.
If you do not accept the reminder, the handset
will ring a few more times and "Appoint." will be
displayed before the reminder is deleted.
Selecting a base
If your handset is registered at multiple bases, then you
can set a specific base or the base with the best reception as the base to be used. The handset then switches
automatically to this base.
You can change the base name that is displayed on the
handset at any time (Æ Page 32).
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Select Base
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Base 1
...
Best Base
[ Select the required base and confirm. The selected
st
base is ticked.
• Base 1 - 4: Selecting base n defines one specific HiPath cordless system where the handset is registered.
• Best Base: If the handset is registered at multiple
cordless systems, it automatically switches to one
of these systems when it enters the relevant range.
Example: The handset is registered at the Gigaset
home base as well as at the cordless system in the
company.
a Press the On-hook key to end the operation.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Speed access to functions and phone
numbers
You can program the left display key and the number
keys 0 and 2 to 9 with a phone number or function. You
can then dial the phone number or start the function
programmed by simply pressing the appropriate key.
Configuring speed access
either:
0 / 2 ... 9 Press the required number key briefly.
If this key is already programmed with a function, it appears on the left display key. The number key can be
programmed with a new function.
Press the display key.
Set
or:
0 / 2 ... 9 /
?
Press and hold down the required number key or the
left display key.
then: A list of the functions that can be programmed on the
key is displayed. The following functions are available
for selection:
• Speed dialling (Æ Page 47)
• Call-by-call (Æ Page 44)
• INT
• Alarms (Æ Page 83)
• Calendar
• Bluetooth
st
Quick Dial
...
[ Select and confirm the function.
If you selected the "speed dialling" or "call-by-call"
function:
st
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Quick Dial
...
[ Select the required phone number and confirm.
Additional functions
Step by step
Starting a function, dialling a phone number
either:
0 / 2 ... 9 Press and hold down the number key programmed with
the required function. Or press the left display key briefly.
or:
0 / 2 ... 9 Press the number key programmed with the required
function briefly. The function is displayed on the left display key.
For example:
Alarm
Press the left display key briefly.
then: Depending on how the key is programmed, the following occurs:
• A phone number from the handset’s telephone directory is dialled.
• A phone number from the call-by-call list is dialled.
• The menu associated with the programmed function is opened.
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Additional functions
Step by step
System-wide speaker call
You can set up a connection with an internal
HiPath 4000 user by addressing him/her directly over
the loudspeaker of his/her telephone. You can also start
a speaker call from an enquiry.
To cancel a speaker call, replace the handset or - during
an enquiry - resume the call that was in progress.
Note:
For all functions, make sure that Speaker Calling
is deactivated for the telephones concerned
Æ Page 93.
If you make a direct call to a user who has activated call protect, the speaker call will be ignored
and a normal call will be placed.
From your handset, you can directly call any internal
user whose telephone has the speakerphone function
or a loudspeaker.
A destination user is addressed via his internal phone
number.
Speaker calling
c or d The handset is not in the charging shell. Press and hold
down the Talk key or press the Speakerphone key.
o Enter the code for "Speaker call" and
o the user’s phone number.
A connection to that user’s loudspeaker will immediately be established if:
•
•
•
the connection is not busy,
the handset is not lifted,
and call protection is not activated.
The caller will hear a tone to indicate when the connection has been established and he/she can start speaking.
The called party can accept the call by lifting the handset.
If the called party presses the speakerphone key or the
Trunk key (if configured), the connection is cancelled.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Note:
The number of possible speaker calls and normal
calls is the same.
Activating/deactivating speaker calling
You can protect yourself against being directly addressed. Attempts to address you directly over the
speakerphone will then become normal calls.
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
2 3 Enter the service code.
or:
><
Feature settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
CALL PROTECT
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
Activating or deactivating
Activate
[ Confirm the menu item displayed.
Deactivate
[
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Additional functions
Data exchange between a PC and a handset or between two handsets
You can transfer data between a PC and your handset, or between two
handsets.
Interface overview
The handset supports the following interfaces for data exchange:
Interface
Connect via...
Data transfer between...
Bluetooth interface
Radio, cordless
PC <-> handset and
Handset <-> handset
PC application (Gigaset QuickSync)
You can use the PC application, for example, for read and write access to
your handset’s directory as well as download pictures (.bmp) for the
screensaver from the computer to the handset. The PC application must
be installed on your PC for this. It can be downloaded as freeware from the
Internet.
"Data Transfer" is shown on the display during data transfer between the
handset and PC. No inputs are possible via the keyboard when this operation is active and incoming calls are ignored.
The PC application supports different DECT handset types.
For more detailed information, refer to the Gigaset QuickSync help function under: www.siemens.com/GigasetSL370.
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Additional functions
PC interface (Bluetooth)
You can use the PC interface (Bluetooth) to read, modify and transfer
phonebook entries and pictures to the mobile phone.
Data transfer mode
Certain functions necessitate the transfer of large volumes of data between the handset and the computer. When these functions are selected,
the handset switches to data transfer mode and "Data Transfer" appears on
the display. In this mode, no inputs are possible via the keyboard and calls
are ignored.
The handset is switched to data transfer mode by:
• activating read/write access to the phonebook
• loading screensavers
The handset automatically switches to idle if a fault occurs in the
course of transferring data.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Bluetooth interface
If you have installed a Bluetooth interface on your PC,
you can also communicate with the PC application via
the Bluetooth interface on your handset.
Note:
Theoretically, third parties can tap Bluetooth connections.
Transferring a phonebook from handset to handset
via Bluetooth
Prerequisite: The Bluetooth interface on the other
handset (Æ Page 98) must be active.
If the Bluetooth connection is not yet established between the handsets, perform the following steps:
On your handset
© Open the handset’s main menu.
st
í
st
Data Transfer
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Bluetooth
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth menu
st
Search Data Device
st
Found Devices
S3 professional
Add. Features
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
is displayed.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The handset searches for a Bluetooth data device and sets up a wireless
connection. The name of the devices found are displayed.
Select the required device, for example, the other handset.
Options
Open the handset’s menu
st
Trust Device
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
agreed PIN:
[ Enter the Bluetooth PIN and confirm (default: 0000).
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The device is recorded in the list of known devices.
Additional functions
Step by step
On the other handset:
st
agreed PIN:
st
Add to
Trusted Device
list?
[ Enter the Bluetooth PIN immediately and confirm (de-
fault: 0000). If you were not fast enough, repeat the previous steps.
[ Confirm the prompt.
The Bluetooth connection is established. The two handsets can now exchange data in vCard format.
Transferring data
s Open the phonebook.
t s Select the entry.
© Open the handset’s phonebook menu.
either:
st
Copy List
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
or:
st
Copy Entry
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
st
vCard via Bluetooth:
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
st
Trusted Devices
...
[ Select and confirm the target device or handset. The
vCard data is sent to the target device.
Now follow the instructions on your handset display.
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Additional functions
Step by step
Deactivating and activating the Bluetooth interface
You can deactivate the Bluetooth interface if you do not
need it for extended periods of time. This increases
your handset’s standby time.
Deactivating the interface
© Open the handset’s main menu.
st
í Add. Features
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Data Transfer
[ Select the menu icon and confirm.
st
Bluetooth
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth menu
st
Activation Õ
is displayed.
[ Select the menu item and confirm. The Bluetooth interface is deactivated.
Õ The check box is not marked if the Bluetooth function is
deactivated.
Activating the interface
Follow the procedure described above to activate the
Bluetooth interface.
The active Bluetooth function is ticked.
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Telephone blocking
Step by Step
Telephone blocking
Handset telephone lock
You can protect your handset against unauthorised access by entering a 4-digit numerical code to lock it.
The PIN is preset to "0000" (default). The handset does
not prompt for a PIN in this setting. As soon as you have
changed the PIN you will need to enter it when you turn
on the handset.
Enter the value "0000" again to deactivate the PIN.
Attention:
If you have forgotten your PIN, please contact
Siemens Service. It will be reset at your own expense.
Entering a new PIN
st
st
st
Ð
© Open the main menu of the handset.
H/Set Settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Handset
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
Change HSPIN
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
o
Enter the old PIN. If a PIN has not yet been set, then enter "0000".
o
Enter the new PIN.
o
Repeat the new PIN.
s Move the cursor down one line.
[ Confirm your entries. The new PIN is saved.
a Press and hold down the On-hook key to return to idle
status.
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Telephone blocking
Step by Step
Battery charging when PIN lock active
If the handset deactivates because the batteries are
flat, it automatically reactivates as soon as you place it
in the charging shell. The charging operation starts. If
you have already set a PIN, you must enter it so that the
handset can receive calls.
Locking the telephone line to prevent
misuse
You can prevent unauthorised persons from using your
telephone (and the system directory) during your absence.
Prerequisite: You have been assigned a personal identification number (PI N) by System Support.
Note:
As an alternative, however, you can lock your
handset against misuse (Æ Page 99).
Neither of these two locks may be active if you
want to place a call.
The PINs for locking the telephone line and for the
handset are not identical.
Locking the telephone line to prevent unauthorised
dialling
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
6 7 Enter the service code.
or:
><
PIN / COS?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
CHANGE COS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
o Enter the PIN (code no.).
[ Press. If the PIN is correct, it will be confirmed with:
"carried out" on the display.
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Telephone blocking
Step by Step
Enabling the telephone again:
u Call the system menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
[ Select and confirm the basic service.
either:
6 7 Enter the service code.
or:
><
PIN / COS?
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
><
CHANGE COS
[ Select the menu item and confirm.
then:
o Enter the PIN (code no.).
[ Press. If the PIN is correct, it will be confirmed with:
"carried out" on the display.
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Accessing system functions
Step by step
Accessing system functions
The system functions can be accessed via the Service
menu. The following example shows how to select the
"Camp-on" function.
u Opening the Base menu.
><
BASIC SERVICE
...
[ Select and confirm the basic service. The Service menu
><
Feature settings
[ Select the menu item and confirm (example).
><
Camp-on
[ Select the menu item and confirm (example).
is displayed.
Structure of the service menu
Destinations
Set up call forwarding
Control relay
Camp-on on/off
Do not disturb on/off
Spk. call protect on/off
Hunt group in/out
Forwarding on/off
Call forwarding display on/off
Ringer cutoff off/on *
Voice mail service
Access voicemail
Leave voicemail
PIN and COS
PIN 1 (option: network-wide)
PIN 2
PIN 3
PIN 4
PIN 5
Deactivate PIN
Change COS
Save appointment
More features
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Tone dialling (DTMF dialling) on
Display suppression on
Display suppression off
Call tracing (caller)
Variable call forwarding
Fixed call forwarding
Forwarding for intnl
Forwarding for extnl
Forwarding on busy
Forwarding after timeout
Forwarding on busy after timeout
Appendix
Appendix
Troubleshooting
Some malfunctions can be resolved without outside intervention. The following table provides a list of such malfunctions. All other malfunctions
should be reported to the relevant service personnel.
Error
Possible cause
Remedy
No display.
Handset not switched
on.
Press the On-hook key
until confirmation is
received.
The batteries are flat.
Charge or replace the
batteries.
You cannot dial a
phone number.
The handset is locked. Unlock the handset.
No reaction to keystroke.
Keypad lock activated.
Press the hash key until
confirmation is received.
The key is stuck.
Release the key.
De-crescendo tone
sequence during
input.
An incorrect entry was Repeat key sequence
made.
while watching the display; where applicable,
consult the operating
instructions.
The line "Base n"
flashes (n= 1 - 4).
The handset is outside Come closer to the base
the base radio range;
radio range, change your
radio signals too weak. position.
Handset not registered. Register the handset.
Intervals between syn- Switch off the handset
chronisation attempts and switch it back on
are too long.
again.
No ringer on the hand- Ringer is deactivated.
set.
Activate ringer.
"Do Not Disturb" is acti- Deactivate "Do Not Disvated.
turb".
Nothing audible during a call.
The "R key" was
pressed – the microphone and the receiver
inset are muted.
Press the "Delete" Display key to re-activate
the microphone and the
receiver inset.
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Error
Remedy
The following appears Communication sysimmediately after the tem is being used by
Talk key is pressed:
other users.
Connect.
No dial tone available;
no calls can be made.
Repeat call later.
The following,
Handset is blocked.
forexample, appears:
Base 1
Outgoing and incoming calls and activation/
deactivation are not
possible.
Remove the batteries
from the handset and
then re-insert it. Proceed as when loading
batteries for first time
(Æ Page 16).
The following appears: Maximum input time
Time exceeded
was exceeded.
Avoid long pauses
between keystrokes.
The on-hook key was
not pressed.
Press the On-hook key.
The following appears: The communication
Please try later
system is overloaded.
Wait and try again later.
The following appears: Function is currently
Currently not acces- not available.
sible
Wait and try again later.
The following appears:
Not possible
or:
Incorrect input
or:
Nothing stored
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Possible cause
No connection under
the phone number
dialled available.
Enter the phone number
correctly or call the
attendant console.
Speed-dial number not
available, appointment
entered incorrectly,
entry blocked or not
allowed, prerequisite
not fulfilled
(forexample, if there is
no second partner for
toggling), number
dialled was incomplete.
Correct your input,
select a permitted
option, enter the phone
number in full.
The following appears: Blocked function was
Not authorized
called.
Apply to the relevant
service personnel for the
COS for the blocked
function.
The following appears: Incorrect PIN was
Not allowed
entered.
Enter the correct PIN.
Appendix
Error
Possible cause
Remedy
The following appears: Phone number was not Enter the phone number
Not available
fully entered, the star or correctly or as prehash key was not
scribed.
pressed.
The following appears: Data transfer is active. Wait and try again later.
Do not disturb
Cleaning the handset
Removing everyday dirt
To clean the handset and the charging shell, simply wipe them with a damp
or anti-static cloth. Never use a dry cloth.
Do not use abrasive cleaning agents.
After contact with liquids
1. Deactivate the handset immediately. Do NOT activate it!
2. Remove the batteries immediately. Leave the battery compartment
open.
3. Allow the liquid to drain off:
– Hold the handset in a horizontal position with the open battery compartment facing down.
– Hold the handset in a vertical position with the open battery compartment facing down. Shake the handset gently, slightly tilting it back
and forth.
– Dab all components dry and then leave the handset in a warm spot
(other than a microwave, oven, etc...) for at least 72 hours with open
battery compartment and keypad facing down.
The handset can be put back into operation once it is completely dry.
Storage
To avoid damage, the handset should not be stored with sharp objects,
such as knives or tools, etc. We recommend using a protective pouch
(Æ Page 107).
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Appendix
Documentation
These operating instructions can be found in PDF format at the following
URL:
http://www.siemens.com/hipath
and on CD-ROM (ask the service personnel) in HTML and PDF format.
To view or print the operating instructions in PDF format, you need a computer on which the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program is installed.
To view the operating instructions in HTML format, you need a computer
with a Web browser, forexample, Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Technical data
Maximum sound pressure level
according to TBR10, Annex D:
less than 118 dB (A)
Operating and charging times:
Æ Page 19
Permissible ambient conditions
for operation:
+5 °C to +45 °C
20 % to 75 % relative humidity
Weight incl. batteries:
approx. 119 g
Batteries:
Æ Page 19
Dimensions (W x H X D):
approx. 50 x 143 x 30 mm
Charging shells
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Gigaset S3 professional Charger EU
S30852-H1980-R142
Gigaset S3 professional Charger UK
S30852-H1980-L142
Gigaset S3 professional Charger US
S30852-H1980-R342
Gigaset S3 professional Charger AUS
S30852-H1980-C442
Appendix
Accessories
Only use original accessories. This will help you avoid injury and property
damage and you can ensure that all relevant regulations are observed.
Source
For information on accessories (such as, headsets, protective pouches),
contact Siemens at the following address:
Siemens AG, I&S IS SC S RC, Tübingerstr. 1-5, 80686 Munich
Mr. Jens Schwabe
Tel.: +49 89 9221 - 3174
Fax: +49 89 9221 - 6603
E-mail: jens.schwabe@siemens.com
EU guidelines
The handset and accessories listed conform to the following EU guideline:
99/05/EC "Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment“
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Appendix
Declaration of conformity
Your handset is supplied for use within a specific country, which is displayed on the underside of the device. Country-specific features must be
observed.
The device complies with the basic requirements of the R&TTE Directive
and therefore displays the CE symbol.
Extract from original declaration
"We, Siemens AG, declare, that the above mentioned product is manufactured according to our Full Quality Assurance System certified by CETECOM ICT Services GmbH with the registration number "Q810820M" in
compliance with ANNEX V of the R&TTE Directive 99/05/EC. The presumption of conformity with the essential requirements regarding Council
Directive 99/05/EC is ensured."
Senior Approvals Manager
The Declaration of Conformity (DoC) has been signed. In case of need, a
copy of the original DoC can be made available via the company hotline.
0682
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Index
Index
A
Accessories ............................................... 107
Activating ....................................................... 2
Advisory tones ............................................ 22
Alarm ............................................................ 83
Ambient conditions .................................. 106
Anonymous, making ~ calls ..................... 54
Appointments
Activating ................................................. 85
Confirming ......................................... 86, 89
Deactivating ...................................... 86, 88
Displaying ................................................ 87
Handset ~ ................................................ 85
Saving ....................................................... 88
System ~ ................................................. 88
Attachment clip
Fitting ....................................................... 17
Audio functions .......................................... 20
Auto Answer ............................................... 28
Auto Number redial
List ............................................................ 41
Automatic call forwarding ......................... 63
Available memory ...................................... 50
B
Base
Changing the Name Displayed ............ 32
Selecting .................................................. 89
Battery pack
Capacity ................................................... 17
Charging ............................................... 2, 16
Charging time ......................................... 17
Inserting ................................................... 14
Operating time ........................................ 17
Permitted ~ ............................................. 17
Stand-by time .......................................... 17
Talk time .................................................. 17
Warning tone .......................................... 36
Battery tone
Setting ...................................................... 22
Bluetooth
Headset ................................................... 38
Interface ................................................... 96
C
Call forwarding ............................................ 57
Activating/deactivating .......................... 63
Automatic ................................................ 63
Changing for different terminal ............ 67
Checking for another telephone .......... 67
Fixed ......................................................... 58
For different terminal ............................. 66
Variable ..................................................... 60
With codes .............................................. 64
Call tracing ................................................... 56
Callback .......................................................... 5
Callback request ......................................... 80
Call-by-call key ............................................. IV
Call-by-call list ............................................. 44
Calls
Accepting ................................................... 8
Anonymous ~ ......................................... 54
Answering ................................................. 8
Making ....................................................... 3
Parking ..................................................... 69
placing on hold .......................................... 6
Transferring ............................................. 72
Camp-on ................................................ 70, 78
Capacity ....................................................... 17
Changing a phone number ....................... 47
Charge status .............................................. 16
Charging time ............................................. 17
Cleaning ..................................................... 105
Clip
Fitting ....................................................... 17
Colour scheme, setting ............................. 31
Computer .................................................... 95
Conducting calls with the headset .......... 38
Conference
Ending ...................................................... 78
Expanding ................................................ 75
Managing ................................................. 77
Setting up ................................................ 74
Transferring ............................................. 77
Viewing members .................................. 77
Confirmation tone
Function ................................................... 36
Setting ...................................................... 22
Connection quality ....................................... 2
109
Index
Consultation (second connection) ............. 6
Contrast, setting ........................................ 31
Control key ............................................. IV, 11
Copying - phonebook, list ......................... 49
Cost billing ................................................... 52
D
Data cable ................................................... 95
Data transfer ............................................... 95
Date
Setting ...................................................... 29
Deactivating .................................................. 2
Declaration of conformity ....................... 108
Default state ............................................... 35
Delayed call forwarding ............................ 66
Deleting
Call-by-call list ......................................... 48
Entry ................................................... 41, 48
Phonebook .............................................. 48
Redial list ................................................. 41
Dialling
A phonebook entry ................................ 46
After line seizure ...................................... 3
Before line seizure ................................... 3
Dialling a number ....................................... 46
Dialling preparation ...................................... 3
Different telephone ................................... 53
Dimensions ............................................... 106
Directive .................................................... 107
Display .......................................................... IV
Colour scheme ....................................... 31
Contrast ................................................... 31
Lighting .................................................... 32
Screensaver (screen picture) ............... 30
Settings .................................................... 30
Display keys ........................................... IV, 12
Display lighting ........................................... 32
Do not disturb ............................................. 55
DTMF suffix dialling ................................... 68
E
Entry
Changing .................................................. 47
Deleting ............................................. 41, 48
Dialling ............................................ 4, 41, 46
Marking as VIP ........................................ 48
110
Saving ....................................................... 45
Searching for ........................................... 47
Sending .................................................... 49
Viewing .................................................... 47
EU directive ............................................... 107
Everyday dirt ............................................. 105
F
Fax messages ............................................. 80
Fixed forwarding ........................................ 58
Function keys ............................................. 10
Functions ................................................... 102
H
Handset operating times .......................... 17
Hash key ................................................. IV, 10
Headset ....................................................... 38
Corded ..................................................... 38
Cordless (Bluetooth) .............................. 38
Holding ........................................................... 6
I
Icons ............................................................. 13
Identification number ................................ 53
Information message, viewing ................ 80
Interface ................................................. 95, 96
Interference with electronic equipment
EMC ............................................................ II
J
Jack for headset, PC interface and charging
unit ................................................................. IV
K
Key tones
Function ................................................... 36
Setting ...................................................... 22
Keypad lock ................................................... 9
Keys
Control key .............................................. 11
Display keys ............................................ 12
Function keys .......................................... 10
Index
L
P
Leaving the radio network/re-registering . 9
Line seizure ................................................... 3
Liquids ........................................................ 105
List
Sending, copying .................................... 49
Locking/unlocking
Handset ................................................... 99
System ................................................... 100
Parking ................................................... 68, 69
Parts of the device ...................................... IV
PC interface ................................................. 95
Permitted battery packs ............................ 17
Phone number
Changing .................................................. 47
Dialling ........................................................ 3
Dialling from the phonebook ................ 46
Saving ....................................................... 45
Suppressing ............................................ 54
Phonebook
Copying .................................................... 49
Handset .................................................... 44
Phonebook entries, sorting ...................... 46
PIN ............................................................ 2, 99
Prefixes, converting ................................... 34
Programming keys ..................................... 90
Project assignment .................................... 52
Protective cover ......................................... 14
Protective pouch ...................................... 105
M
Mailbox ............................................ 53, 80, 82
Deleting entries ...................................... 81
Viewing .................................................... 80
Main menu .................................................. 13
Making calls .................................................. 3
Manual number redial ................................. 4
Memory ....................................................... 50
Menu icons ................................................. 13
Message key ......................................... IV, 10
Message, viewing ...................................... 80
Microphone .................................................. IV
Activating/deactivating ............................ 7
Missed Call List .......................................... 81
Muting ............................................................ 7
N
Number keys ............................................... IV
Number redial
Adding a phone number ....................... 42
Automatic ................................................ 41
Deleting an entry/list .............................. 41
List ........................................................ 4, 41
Manual ....................................................... 4
Number, applying ....................................... 46
O
On/Off key ................................................... 10
On-hook and on/off key ............................. IV
On-hook key ................................................ 10
Opening/closing battery compartment .. 15
Override ....................................................... 71
R
R key ................................................. IV, 10, 11
Radio range ................................................... 2
Range problems ........................................... 2
Receiver inset .............................................. IV
Reset ............................................................ 35
Resource directory ..................................... 24
S
Saving a phone number ............................ 45
Second connection (enquiry) ...................... 6
Sending - phonebook, list ......................... 49
Setting the language .................................. 18
Setting the ringer ....................................... 21
Setting the screen picture ........................ 30
Setting the screensaver ............................ 30
Siemens Data Suite ................................... 95
Sorting phonebook entries ....................... 46
Sound pressure level, maximum ........... 106
Speaker calling ...................................... 92, 93
Speaker volume .......................................... 20
Speakerphone key ................................ IV, 10
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Index
Speakerphone mode ................................. 37
Speed access to functions ....................... 90
Speed dialling
Dialling ...................................................... 47
Stand-by time ............................................. 17
Star key ................................................... IV, 10
Storage ...................................................... 105
Switching between calling parties .......... 72
System functions ..................................... 102
T
Talk key ................................................... IV, 10
Talk time ...................................................... 17
Technical data ........................................... 106
Telephone volume ..................................... 20
Time
Setting ...................................................... 29
Toggle .......................................................... 72
Tone dialling ................................................ 68
Tones ..................................................... 21, 22
Transferring ................................................. 72
Transferring, call ......................................... 72
Troubleshooting ....................................... 103
V
Variable forwarding .................................... 60
vCard
Converting prefixes ............................... 34
Vibration alert .............................................. 23
Viewing a message ................................... 80
VIP ................................................................ 48
Voice messages ......................................... 80
Volume ......................................................... 20
W
Warning tone .............................................. 27
Function ................................................... 36
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