Panasonic ICX Operating instructions

Panasonic ICX Operating instructions
Panasonic
Intergrated Voice & Data Solutions
Section 521
Built-In ACD
Supervisor
Guide
International Version 4.5
(ACD Version 4.0)
issued June 2000
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prior warning to all participants. These laws do no make the Silent Monitor feature
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Contents
Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Specifications. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Basic Service Flow . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
ACD Call Handling Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Programming by Commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Transfer Destination Voice Number . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Silent Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Common Operation of Supervisor Menu. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Activating Supervisor Menu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Displaying System Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Common Operation for Supervisor Customization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Supervisor Customization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Direct Incoming Call Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Transferring Incoming Call Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
DID Call Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Ext. Group Call Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Changing Supervisor IDs and User Information Recording ID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Registering Agent IDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Confirming Agent IDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Setting on Service Flow Details . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Supervisor Monitoring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Traffic Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Waiting Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Agent Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
MIS Report Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
MIS Report Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
MIS Report Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
User Information Recording . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
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Log-in / Log-out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Available/Unavailable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Work Unit Count. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Wrap Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Zip Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Call Forwarding takes precedence over the Zip mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Key Assignment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
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Configuration
The Built-In ACD system is composed of the two circuit cards; the ACD
card and the VPU/4 card. These cards are installed into the ICX System.
The system configuration is shown below. Using an RS-232C port allows
MIS (Management Information System) reports to be output to a printer or
PC but not to the both simultaneously.
The ICX System can be configured for a maximum of 576 ports can support a
maximum of two Built-In ACD systems. Note that a single-shelf (96-port)
configuration can accommodate only one ACD system.
Figure 1.
ACD Configuration (96 port cabinet shown)
Note: Standard RS232C cables cannot be used for connection. Use the
special cable included with the ACD card. For PC/printer connecting
conditions, see the ACD installation section.
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Specifications
The following table outlines the major specifications of the Panasonic BuiltIn ACD system (maximum).:
Table 3-1. Maximums per ACD System
Item
6
Maximum per ACD
ACD Version 3.0
Agent Group
2
3
Agent IDs/system
64
64
Number of Agents/
system
32
32
Supervisor IDs/system
2
6
Voice port/system
4 ports are shared.
4 ports are shared
Music Port
1 Music on Hold source
on the CPC is used.
1 Music on Hold
source on the CPC is
used.
MIS Monitor Port
1 (RS232C, 9600bps)
1 (RS232C, 9600bps)
Number of user
guidance messages
6 (Max. 16 seconds/message)/system
6 (Length of each
message can vary,
with a total of 96 seconds recording time
available.)
Maximum Calls
Queued
50
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Basic Service Flow
The following chart shows the basic flow of ACD services.
Commands can be used to set any call distribution operation in the ACD Call
Handling Program.
During the initial start-up of the ACD, programming is performed
automatically using default sample programs.
Figure 2.
Call Incoming
No
ACD-targeted
Yes
See
Note
Read ACD Call Handling Program number
corresponding to target Exchange line.
Wait for stop of
incoming call,
then disconnect.
Perform call distribution operation according to ACD Call
Handling
Program
number.
Built-VM
Any program for the ACD
Call Handling Program
number can be set by 4101
to 4104 using commands.
The built-in VM
corresponding
to VM number
(1 to 4) can be
set by program
setting 4201 to
4204.
Call built-in VM according to specified
VM number.
Agent extension
line of agent group
1, 2, or 3
Setting of the ACD-targeted call and ACD Call Handling Program number is
performed by program setting 2101 to 2124, 2201 to
2224, 2301-2320, and
2401-2404.
• Type :Exchange line/
private line
• Mode :Direct incoming call/transferred incoming
call
• ACD Call Handling
Program number: 1 to 4
Extension line
Disconnection
Note:
• If there is a transferred incoming call (incoming call type either
Exchange line or private line) during an extension line incoming call,
this is considered as an ACD-targeted call.
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ACD Call Handling Program
Commands can be used to set any call distribution operation for each of the
ACD Call Handling Program numbers (4101 to 4104).
For details on the content of default sample programs, see "Chapter 2.
Programming, ACD Call Handling Program Setting."
Selecting Program Processing
You can select program processing by pressing the FF key. The following
shows the procedure and flow of operations from the entry of program
numbers to the selection of program processing.
Operation
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO)
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
DISP SYS INFO
→
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
2. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5 or 10 to
select [CALL HANDLING].
3. From [CALL HANDLING] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to
select [PROGRAM].
CALL HANDLING
PROGRAM
→
VM NUMBER
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
4. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired
program number.
CALL HANDLING
8
1. From [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to
select [CUSTOMIZE].
PROGRAM 1
→
PROGRAM 2
→
PROGRAM 3
→
PROGRAM 4
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
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5. The List Mode screen is displayed.
This screen displays the current setup status.
The program lines currently displayed at 1st LCD are the target of
processing.
The NEXT or HOLD keys move to the next line.
The PREV or FL/R keys return to the previous line.
SEARCH 1,015,010
01:Select FFKey
SEARCH
1,020,010
PLAY
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SEARCH
2,015,003
RET
02,010
PLAY
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6. Press the FF key to determine processing on the currently
displayed program line on the 1st LCD.
FF1
FF2
FF3
FF6
: EDIT
: INSERT
: DELETE
: ALL DELETE
The following items describe the details of subsequent processing.
Note:
• Pressing the PROG key returns to the ACD Call Handling Program
number in step 1.
Figure 3.
Enter ACD Call Handling Program number.
HOLD
List Mode screen
SEARCH 1,015,010
01:Select FFKey
NEXT/HOLD: to next line
PREV/FLR: to previous line
FF1
EDIT
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SEARCH
FF2
INSERT
1,020,010
PLAY
7,1
SEARCH
2,015,010
RET
02,010
PLAY
9,0
2nd LCD display
“01: Select FF Key”
“01: Program line number”
“Select FF Key: Operation Guide”
FF3
DELETE
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Programming by Commands
After you have determined the desired process by the FF key, you can
customize any program using the six available commands.
The following table shows a list of commands that are used:
Table 3-1.
No
Command
Parameter1
Parameter2
Parameter3
Description
1
END/
DISK
2
FWD
Transfer Destination
Extension
Line Number
Setting 0 to
9999 (max. 4
digits)
(must be set)
No Answer
Timer 001 to
600
(seconds)
(infinite when
not set)
Forward EXT
• Performs an extension line tone call to the transfer destination extension line specified in parameter 1, and performs a transfer after responding to
the other party.
• When there is no response, the response from the
other party is waited for until the end of the no
answer timer set in parameter 2.
3
FWDVM Transfer Destination VM
Number Setting 1 to 4
(must be set)
No Answer
Timer 001 to
600
(seconds)
(infinite when
not set)
Forward VM
• Setting of the built-in VM corresponding to the
transfer destination VM number of parameter 1 is
set by programming setting 4201 to 4204.
• Performs an extension line tone call to the transfer destination built-in VM specified in parameter
1, and performs a transfer after the VM response.
• When there is no response, the response from the
other party is waited for until the end of the no
answer timer set in parameter 2.
4
PLAY
5
SEARCH Agent Group Search Time
Setting
Setting 001 to
(must be set) 600
(seconds)
(must be set)
10
End/Disconnect
• Ends the ACD Call Handling Program at this line.
• When there is a call agent, ends by on-hook disconnection of the agent that replied to the call.
Message Play
Guidance
Option
Number Set• 0: Play
ting
• 1: Play and
Search
Answer & Play Message
• Plays back specified guidance in response to a
call.
Agent Search
No Answer
Timer 001 to • Performs a transfer to transferable agents within
the agent group specified in parameter 1.
600
• When there is no transferable agent, performs a
(seconds)
search until end of the search time set in parame(infinite when
ter 2.
not set)
• When the transferred agent does not respond, a
response from the other party is waited for until
the end of the no answer timer set in parameter 3,
and transfer to another Agent is moved to after
the end of the no answer timer.
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Parameter1
Parameter2
Count Setting 1 to 255
(times)
(must be set)
6
RET
Program Line
Number Setting 1 to 20
(max. 20
lines)
(must be set)
7
RAD
Port #
Parameter3
Description
Return
• Repeats the program from the line number specified in parameter 1 up to this line for the count
specified in parameter 2.
Recorded Announcement Device
• The caller hears MOH if the RAD port# is invalid
or incorrect.
• The ICX Built-in ACD must use different RAD
ports than Easy Run Courier ACD.
• RAD equipment will connect to AEC ports.
• No start or stop control method will be provided
to control the RAD equipment. RAD equipment
must be capable of operating in the continuous
play mode.
• Up to 8 RAD devices can be connected to AEC’s
per system.
• This command must be followed by a SEARCH,
FWD or FWDVM command.
• For programming (See Section 400 Programming
Manual on page 1-168)
Operation
The following describes the operation in each of the processes.
EDIT (FF1)
This command resets the current setting of displayed program lines. Edit is
repeated from the specified program line through to the currently registered
final program line (excluding the END/DISC line).
The following screen display shows an example of selection and setting of the
SEARCH command.
SEARCH 1,020,010
03:Select Cmd.
FWD
FWDVM
PLAY
RET
SEARCH
RAD
1. Press soft keys 1, 2, or 3 or 6, 7 or 8 for the command to be set,
and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press soft key 3 to select SEARCH.
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2. Set parameter 1, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press key 2 to set group 2.
SEARCH 1
03:AGENT GRP.
AGENT GROUP
NUMBER
(1-3)
List→
Example:
3. Set parameter 2, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press keys 0, 1 and 5 to set the Search Timer to 15.
SEARCH 2,020
03:Search Timer
AGENT SEARCH
TIME
1 to 600 sec.
List→
Example:
SEARCH 2,015,010
03:No Ans Timer
AGENT NO ANSWER
TIME
1 to 600 sec.
List
4. Set parameter 3, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Enter three digits to set the No Ans Timer.
The program line that was set is updated when the final parameter
is set. The next line is moved to, and the screen in step 1 is
redisplayed.
5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 to set other program lines, and end
programming at the END/DISC line.
Note:
• The program line is updated when the final parameter setup is completed at
each command, and the next line is moved to. (Example: In the case of the
FWD command, the program line is updated when the no answer timer of
parameter 2 is input, and the next line is moved to.)
• If you press soft key 10 and select List at any of the above steps, the List
Mode screen is redisplayed.
• The END/DISC line cannot be changed nor deleted.
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INSERT (FF2)
This command inserts a new line in the current setting of displayed program
lines. Insertion can be repeated up to 19 lines.
The following screen display shows an example of insertion and setting of the
SEARCH command.
01:Select Cmd.
FWD
FWDVM
PLAY
RET
SEARCH
RAD
1. Press the soft keys 1 , 2 or 3 or 6, 7 or 8 for the commands to be
set, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press soft key 3 to select SEARCH.
List
2. Set parameter 1, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press key 1 to set group 1.
SEARCH
01:AGENT GRP.
AGENT GROUP
NUMBER
(1-3)
List
Example:
3. Set parameter 2, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Press the 0, 1 and 0 keys to set the Search Timer to 10
seconds.
SEARCH 1,
01:Search Timer
AGENT SEARCH
TIME
1 to 600 sec.
List
Example:
SEARCH 1,010,
01:No Ans Timer
4. Set parameter 3, and press the HOLD key.
Example: Enter three digits to set the No Ans Timer.
AGENT NO ASWER
TIME
1 to 600 sec.
List
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The program line that was set is updated when the final parameter
is set. The next line is moved to, and the screen in step 1 is
redisplayed.
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5. Repeat steps 1 to 4 to set insertion of other program lines, and end
programming at the END/DISC line.
Note:
• If you press soft key 10 and select List at any of the above steps, the List
Mode screen is redisplayed.
• The END/DISC line cannot be changed nor deleted.
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DELETE (FF3)
This command deletes the current setting of displayed program lines.
Deletion can be repeated up to 19 lines.
The following screen display shows an example of deletion of line 01.
1. Confirm the specified line to be deleted, and press the HOLD
key.
Example: Line 01 is deleted.
SEARCH 1,015,010
01:DELETE(LINE)
To Delete Program
Line Data, Press
HOLD Key.
List
PLAY
2. The program line that was displayed is deleted, and the List Mode
screen is redisplayed.
When the specified line is deleted, each subsequent program line
is shifted up.
7,1
01:Select FFKey
SEARCH 1,020,010
RET
02,010
PLAY
9,0
END/DISC
Note:
Note: If you press soft key 10 and select List at any of the above steps, the
List Mode screen is redisplayed.
ALL DELETE (FF6)
This command deletes all settings currently set to all lines in the currently
displayed program.
1. Press key 0, and the HOLD key.
Program Delete:
DELETE(Program)
To Delete Program
Data, Press 0 and
HOLD Key
List
END/DISK
2. All of the program that was displayed is deleted, and only the
default END/DISC line is displayed.
01:Select FFKey
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Note: If you press soft key 10 and select List at any of the above steps, the
List Mode screen is redisplayed.
Transfer Destination Voice Number
Outline
Sets the voice mail extension line number and access code corresponding to
the transfer destination voice mail number (1 to 4).
Operation
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
2. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5 or 10 to
select [CALL HANDLING].
3. From [CALL HANDLING] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to
select [VM NUMBER].
CALL HANDLING
PROGRAM
→
VM NUMBER
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
4. The 4201 setting screen appears. Enter the extension number +
access code (max, 16 digits) using the 10-key pad, and press
HOLD key to make setting. Each time the HOLD key is pressed,
the setting changes: 4201→4202→4203→4204.
4201:
VM NUMBER 1
CUSTOMIZE MENU
1. From [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to
select [CUSTOMIZE].
→
5. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
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Silent Monitor
Version 3.0 and higher
CAUTION: When using the ACD “Silent Monitor” feature in some
states it is illegal (or civilly actionable) to monitor telephone communications without giving prior warning to all participants. These laws do
not make the Silent Monitor feature on the telephone system illegal. Before activating this feature, please check applicable state and federal
laws.
The Silent Monitor feature allows an ACD supervisor to monitor a call
between an ACD agent and a caller without the knowledge of either party.
(See CAUTION, above.) If necessary, the ACD supervisor can initiate a
three-way call by barging into the call.
Operation
To initiate Silent Monitor:
Table 3-2. Initiating Silent Monitor
Action
Press ON/OFF + 768 + Extension number you want to monitor
OR...
Press the FF key assigned as a Silent Monitor Key + Extension
number you want to monitor*
OR...
Press only the Silent Monitor Key if the FF key has been preprogrammed to monitor a specific extension number. You do not
need to enter the extension number.
Result
The Silent Monitor feature is
active, and the extension is being
monitored. (The Silent Monitor
key flashes green when Silent Monitor is active.)
Notes:
• The Silent Monitor key is disabled when the extension assigned to
that key is idle, dialing or ringing.
• If the Supervisor retrieves a call while monitoring a extension, he or
she can suspend the monitoring by pressing the ON/OFF key.
• Press the CONF key during the monitoring to initiate a three-way
call.
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Silent Monitor Color Definitions
Table 3-3. Silent Monitor Color Definitions
FF Key Color
Definition
Possible Operation
Clear
Cannot Monitor
None
Solid Red
Able to monitor
Press Silent Monitor key
Flashing Green
Not monitoring
On-Hook or CONF
Notice
• Be sure all phones that should NOT be allowed to monitor have a
COS that restricts monitoring. For progamming COS (See Section
400 Programming mnaual on page 1-50)
• Silent Monitor is allowed or denied by setting the appropriate
extension COS.
• Only one supervisor can initiate Silent Monitor on an individual
extension at any given time.
• Display telephones can initiate Silent Monitoring. SLTs cannot initiate Silent Monitoring.
• Display telephones and SLTs can be monitored.
• A supervisor cannot initiate Silent Monitoring on an extension
when the extension is on a conference call.
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Supervisor Features
Supervisor features are roughly divided into three groups:
1) Supervisor customization: Set for requested features of ACD.
2) Supervisor monitoring: Monitors ACD system status on a large LCD
telephone.
3) MIS report feature: Outputs agent management information.
All of the above features are included in the supervisor menu. The following
describes each of the features and the common operations.
Common Operation of Supervisor Menu
Read this section first before using the supervisor features.
Activating Supervisor Menu
Operation
From Large Display Telephone
1. Press the Log-in button (FF key).
2. Enter the 4-digit supervisor ID. If a supervisor ID is not entered,
you cannot enter supervisor menu.
Make sure to assign supervisor ID at installation. (Default: [No
assignment])
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
DISP SYS INFO
→
3. Select a desired menu by using the soft keys from the above
screen.
4. For further operations, see desired section in this manual.
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Displaying System Information
Operation
SUPERVISOR
1. From [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen, press the soft key 5 or 10
to select [DISP SYS INFO].
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
DISP SYS INFO
→
2. When the following screen appears, press the ON/OFF button or
hang up the telephone.
HAND UP OR
PRESS ON/OFF
TO DISPL
SYSTEM INFO
3. Group 1 monitoring: Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select Agent
Group 1.
Group 2 monitoring: Press the soft key 2 or 7 to select Agent
Group 2.
Group 3 monitoring: Press the soft key 3 or 8 to select Agent
Group 3.
SYSTEM INFO MENU
AGENT GROUP 1
→
AGENT GROUP 2
→
AGENT GROUP 3
→
SYSTEM
→
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TRAFFIC INFO
→
WAITING CALL
→
AGENT STATUS
→
4. After selecting one of the above groups, the following menu
selection screen appears. Use soft keys to select a desired item.
This figure shows the case where [AGENT GROUP 1] is
selected.
5. For further operations, see desired section of this manual.
Note: The [DISP SYS INFO] screen allows you to continue placing and
receiving telephone calls. This function is not available with other
commands.
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Common Operation for Supervisor Customization
1) PROG KEY
: Returns to Supervisor Top Menu.
2) MEMORY KEY
: Goes to the upper layer.
3) HOLD KEY
: Validates data or goes to the next setting.
4) FL/R KEY
: Returns to the previous address number
5) CONF KEY
: Clears data.
6) REDIAL KEY
: Displays the data before entering program
parameter.
7) PREV/NEXT KEY: Scrolls screens if the address has more than one
screen.
Supervisor Customization
Each item can be customized by operations from the supervisor menu. The
following shows the operation of customization from the supervisor menu.
Operation
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
DISP SYS INFO
→
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
1. From [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to
select [CUSTOMIZE].
2. Select a desired menu by using the soft key from the
[CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen.
3. For further operations, see desired section in this manual.
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Direct Incoming Call Setting
Outline
Exchange Lines and private lines with direct incoming ACD calls to be
processed the same are grouped together as a block. Each block is assigned
one of four ACD Call Handling Programs.
Set the ACD Call Handling Program number to each block, and set the ACD
service call processing method.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
LINE REGIST.
INCOME
→
TRANSF. INCOME
→
DID
ID
→
EXT.
GROUP
→
DIRECT
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to
select [LINE REGIST.].
2. From [LINE REGIST.] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[DIRECT INCOME].
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
DIRECT INCOME
BL 1ST LST
PRG
01 001 003
1
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired block
number.
02
03 005 010
3
04
or
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DIRECT INCOME
BL 1ST LST
PRG
21
22
23
24
4. Enter the first Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad. (The figure on left shows setting of block No. 03.)
2103:005
DIRECT INCOME
FIRST LINE NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
5. → Press HOLD key to store first line number.
6. Enter the last Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad.
2103:010
DIRECT INCOME
LAST LINE NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
7. Press HOLD key to store last line number.
8. Enter the ACD Call Handling Program number.
2103:3
DIRECT INCOME
PROGRAM NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
9. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
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Transferring Incoming Call Setting
Outline
Exchange Lines and private lines with transferred incoming ACD calls to be
processed the same are grouped together as a block. Each block is assigned
one of four ACD Call Handling Programs.
Set the ACD Call Handling Program number to each block, and set the ACD
service call processing method.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
LINE REGIST.
INCOME
→
TRANSF. INCOME
→
DID
ID
→
EXT.
GROUP
→
DIRECT
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to
select [LINE REGIST.].
2. From [LINE REGIST.] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to select
[TRANSF. INCOME].
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
TRANSF. INCOME
BL 1ST LST
PRG
01 001 003
1
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired block
number.
02
03 005 010
3
04
or
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BL 1ST LST
PRG
21
22
23
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4. Enter the first Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad. (The figure on left shows setting of block No. 03.)
2203:005
TRANSF. INCOME
FIRST LINE NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
5. → Press HOLD key to store first line number.
6. Enter the last Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad.
2203:010
TRANSF. INCOME
LAST LINE NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
7. Press HOLD key to store last line number.
8. Enter the ACD Call Handling Program number.
2203:3
TRANSF. INCOME
PROGRAM NO
(BLOCK03)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
9. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
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DID Call Setting
Outline
Exchange and private lines with transferred incoming ACD calls to be
processed the same are grouped together as a block based on the four digit
DID number. Each block is assigned one of four ACD Call Handling
Programs.
Set the ACD Call Handling Program number to each block, and set the ACD
service call processing method.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
LINE REGIST.
INCOME
→
TRANSF. INCOME
→
DID
ID
→
EXT.
GROUP
→
DIRECT
CUSTOMIZE MENU
DID ID
NO DID ID
PRG
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to
select [LINE REGIST.].
2. From [LINE REGIST.] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[DID ID].
→
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired block
number.
01
02
03
04
or
4. Use the NEXT and PREVIOUS keys to scroll through the list of
block numbers.
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5. Enter the first Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad.
2303:
DID ID
10 DIGITS
(0-9,*,#)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
6. → Press HOLD key to store first line number.
7. Enter the ACD Call Handling Program number.
2303:
DID ID
PROGRAM NO
(1-4)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
8. Press HOLD key to store last line number.
9. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
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Ext. Group Call Setting
Outline
Exchange and private lines with transferred incoming ACD calls to be
processed the same are grouped together as a block based on the trunk. Each
block is assigned one of four ACD Call Handling Programs.
Set the ACD Call Handling Program number to each block, and set the ACD
service call processing method.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
LINE REGIST.
INCOME
→
TRANSF. INCOME
→
DID
ID
→
EXT.
GROUP
→
DIRECT
CUSTOMIZE MENU
EXT. GROUP
GP 1ST LST
PRG
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to
select [LINE REGIST.].
2. From [LINE REGIST.] screen, press the soft key 4 or 9 to select
[EXT. GROUP].
→
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired block
number.
01
02
03
04
or
4. Use the NEXT and PREVIOUS keys to scroll through the list of
block numbers.
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5. Enter the first Exchange line or private line number using the 10key pad.
2401:
EXT. GROUP
FIRST LINE NO
(01-20)
(GROUP 1)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
6. → Press HOLD key to store first line number.
7. Enter the ACD Call Handling Program number.
2401:
EXT. GROUP
PROGRAM NO
(1-4)
(GROUP1)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
8. Press HOLD key to store last line number.
9. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
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Changing Supervisor IDs and User Information
Recording ID
Outline
This procedure changes supervisor IDs and user information recording ID.
Setting
Program Address 3101-3106:
Change the ID of Supervisor 1. The ID must be 4 digits. The initial
value should be assigned by your dealer.
Program Address 3102:
Change the ID of Supervisor 2. The ID must be 4 digits. The initial
value should be assigned by your dealer.
Program Address 3201:
Change the ID for user information recording. The ID must be 4 digits.
The initial value should be assigned by your dealer.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
3101:****
SUPERVISOR
ID NO (1)
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to
select [SYSTEM ID].
2. The 3101 setting screen appears. Enter the 4-digit ID number and
press HOLD key to make setting. Each time the HOLD key is
pressed, the setting changes:
3101→3102→3103→3104→3105→3106→3201.
CUSTOMIZE MENU →
3. Press the soft key 5 or 10 to return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU]
screen.
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Notice
1. Make certain the supervisor IDs and user information recording
ID are set at installation. Otherwise, you cannot enter
[SUPERVISOR MENU]. Ask your dealer if they are not
assigned.
2. Make sure to record the IDs because they cannot be confirmed
without entering [SUPERVISOR MENU]. Ask your dealer if you
forget.
Registering Agent IDs
Outline
This procedure sets agent ID numbers and their groups.
Setting
Program Address 3301~3364
Set agent ID numbers and agent groups. ID numbers are fixed to 4
digits. Set 1, 2, or 3 as an agent group for each agent.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
AGENT ID
REGISTRAION
→
CONFIRMATION
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
REGISTRATION
01
1000
1
02
1001
1
1002
2
1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to
select [AGENT ID].
2. From [AGENT ID] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[REGISTRATION].
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key for desired agent
number.
03
04
05
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or
REGISTRATION
61
1050
2
62
1051
1
1052
2
63
64
4. Enter 4-digit ID number using the 10-key pad. (The figure on left
shows setting of Agent No.01.)
To clear ID press CONF key.
3301:1000
AGENT 01
ID NO
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
5. →Press HOLD key to store ID number.
6. Enter the agent group number (1, 2, or 3) using the 10-key pad.
3301:1
AGENT 01
GROUP NO
(1-3)
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
7. →Press HOLD key to validate for this agent.
8. The next agent number is displayed. Repeat the same procedure
from procedure 4 for next agent if required.
9. To return to the CUSTOMIZE MENU, press the soft key 5 or 10.
Notice
1. Same agent IDs cannot be assigned. You will hear “beep beep”
sound.
2. Same agent and supervisor IDs cannot be assigned. You will hear
“beep beep” sound.
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Confirming Agent IDs
Outline
This procedure displays the ID numbers of agents which belong to each
group.
Operation
1. From [AGENT ID] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[CONFIRMATION].
AGENT ID
REGISTRAION
→
CONFIRMATION
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
→
CONFIRMATION
GROUP1 XX
→
GROUP2 XX
→
GROUP3 XX
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU →
2. The screen for selecting group 1, 2, or 3 appears. The number
which follows each group is the number of agents in the group.
Select the agent group whose agent IDs are to be confirmed, by
using soft keys.
Agent group 1: soft key 1 or 6
Agent group 2: soft key 2 or 7
Agent group 3: soft key 3 or 8
3. Registered agent ID numbers are displayed (The figure on left
shows a list of agent group 1). To scroll up/down the screen, use
the PREV or NEXT key.
CONFIRMATION
GROUP 1
XXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXX
CUSTOMIZE MENU →
4. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
or
Setting on Service Flow Details
Outline
This procedure makes a variety of settings such as service flow setting,
separately for agent group 1 and agent group 2.
Operation
CUSTOMIZE
MENU
LINE REGIST.
→
SYSTEM ID
→
AGENT ID
→
GROUP SETTING
→
CALL HANDLING
→
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1. From [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 4 or 9
select [GROUP SETTING].
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GROUP SETTING
GROUP1
→
GROUP2
→
GROUP3
→
CUSTOMIZE MENU
2. From [GROUP SETTING] screen, use soft keys to select the
agent group to be set.
Agent group 1: soft key 1 or 6
Agent group 2: soft key 2 or 7
Agent group 3: soft key 3 or 8
→
3. First setting (3401) for the selected group is displayed. Enter a set
value, then press the HOLD key to validate setting. Every time
the HOLD key is pressed without set values specified, the next
setting item is displayed. Press FL/R key to return to the previous
setting.
3401:1
GROUP 1
1:LEAST BUSY
2:LONGEST IDLE
CUSTOMIZE MENU →
4. To return to [CUSTOMIZE MENU] screen, press the soft key 5
or 10.
Setting
If the first two digits of a setting number is [34], the setting pertains to group
1, and [35], to group 2, and [36], to group 3. The following explanation,
therefore, shows group 1/group 2/ group 3 settings.
Program Address 3401/3501/3601: Agent search method
Set the agent search method. Select either of the following:
1: LEAST BUSY FIRST setting. This mode first selects the agent
whose busy rate (total busy time/total Login time) is the lowest
in the group for the day.
2: NEXT AVAILABLE FIRST setting. This mode selects the
agent which is placed in idle status for the longest duration
following the last talking status.
Note: For both 1&2, only ACD calls will be counted as busy time or busy
status.
Program Address 4101-4104: ACD Call Handling Program
Commands are used to set any call distribution operation to ACD Call
Handling Program numbers (4101 to 4104).
Program Address 4201-4204: Transferring Voice Mail access number
Sets the voice mail extension line number and access code corresponding to
the transfer destination voice mail number (1 to 4).
Program Address 4301: Message Play Option
Plays recorded messages, while the incoming ACD call is on hold. This
option can also be set to play a message and search for an available agent.
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Supervisor Monitoring
The ACD system can be monitored by the supervisor. Note that data is
updated every 10 seconds while the monitoring screen is displayed.
Operation
Details are given in each feature section. The following shows the operation
of the supervisor monitoring from the [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen:
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
DISP SYS INFO
→
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP1
→
AGENT GROUP2
→
AGENT GROUP3
→
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TRAFFIC INFO
→
WAITING CALL
→
AGENT STATUS
→
1. From the [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen:
Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select [SYSTEM INFO]:
2. Group 1 monitoring: Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select Agent
Group 1.
Group 2 monitoring: Press the soft key 2 or 7 to select Agent
Group 2.
Group 3 monitoring: Press the soft key 3 or 8 to select Agent
Group 3.
3. After selecting one of the above groups, the following menu
selection screen appears. Use soft keys to select a desired item.
This figure shows the case where [AGENT GROUP 1] is
selected.
4. Select desired menu. For further operations, see next page.
Traffic Information
Operation
1. From [SYSTEM INFO] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[TRAFFIC INFO.].
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TRAFFIC INFO
→
WAITING CALL
→
AGENT STATUS
→
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2. The following screen appears.
TRAFFIC INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TOTAL CALLS
MAX WAIT
XX
(X)XXXS
LOGIN AGENT
XX
AVAILABLE
XX
3. Press the MEMORY key to return to the [SYSTEM INFO.]
screen. Press the PROG key to return to the [SUPERVISOR
MENU] screen.
Screen explanation
TOTAL CALLS : Total number of current incoming calls via the ACD
system
MAX WAIT
: The longest time of a current incoming call via the ACD
system is placed in wait status, not connected to an agent.
The unit is in seconds.
LOGIN AGENT : The number of current log in agents.
AVAILABLE
: The number of agents who are available.
Waiting Call
Operation
1. From [SYSTEM INFO] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to select
[WAITING CALL].
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TRAFFIC INFO
→
WAITING CALL
→
AGENT STATUS
→
2. The following screen appears.
WAITING CALL
AGENT GROUP 1
TRK
TIME
XXX
XXXXS
XXX
XXXXS
XXX
XXXXS
XXX
XXXXS
or
01/XX
3. Press the NEXT key to scroll down/PREV key to scroll up the
screen.
4. Press the MEMORY key to return to the [SYSTEM INFO]
screen. Press the PROG key to return to the [SUPERVISOR
MENU] screen.
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Screen explanation
TRK column: Exchange Line numbers for calls currently in wait status.
TIME column: Time of the call is placed in wait status.
Agent Status
Operation
1. From [SYSTEM INFO] screen, select the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[AGENT STATUS].
SYSTEM INFO
AGENT GROUP 1
TRAFFIC INFO
→
WAITING CALL
→
AGENT STATUS
→
2. The following screen appears.
AGENT STATUS INF
AGENT GROUP 1
LOGIN AGENT
XX
AVAILABLE
XX
BUSY(ACD CALL)
XX
BUSY(NON-ACD)
XX
IDLE AGENT
XX
3. Press the NEXT key for additional information.
AGENT STATUS INF
AGENT GROUP 1
ID
EXT
XXXX
XXXX
STATUS
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
4. Press the NEXT key to scroll down, PREV key to scroll up.
or
AGENT STATUS INF
AGENT GROUP 1
ID
EXT
STATUS
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
XXXX
XXXX
XXXXX
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5. Press the MEMORY KEY to return to the [SYSTEM INFO]
screen. Press the PROG key to return to the [SUPERVISOR
MENU] screen.
Screen explanation
A. First screen
LOGIN AGENT: Number of agents that have logged in.
AVAILABLE: Number of log-in agents in AVAILABLE status.
BUSY(ACD CALL): Number of agents engaged in incoming calls via the
ACD system.
BUSY (NON-ACD): Number of agents engaged in calls other than the above
BUSY (ACD CALL) calls.
IDLE AGENT: Number of agents ready to answer incoming calls.
B. Second and the subsequent screens
ID column: Agent IDs.
EXT column: Extension numbers used by agents.
STATUS column: Current agent status.
Meaning of the display is as follows:
Avail: The agent is in the AVAILABLE status.
Unav.: The agent is in the UNAVAILABLE status.
ACD: The agent is engaged in incoming calls via the ACD system.
N-ACD: The agent is engaged in calls other than the above ACD calls.
MIS Report Features
MIS Report Outline
The MIS Report feature provides the Supervisor with a variety of reports.
Activity of each agent, system, or a group is tabulated on an hour, day, or
week (Monday to Sunday) basis. Data is saved for 14 days.
Printing order is issued from the Supervisor monitor telephone. For details,
see [MIS Report Operation]. Output destination is an RS-232C-compatible
printer or an RS232C-compatible personal computer (PC). To enable output
to a PC, communication software is required. For details on the MIS output
and connection, see the Installation Manual.
Notice
1. MIS report data memory is saved for only 14 days regardless of main
cabinet’s power switch status of past 14 days.
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2. If the date and time of the main unit is changed, MIS report will not be
accurate. In this case, output MIS report in advance, and clear the data (See
Other Features/Data Clear)
3. MIS report which includes present time (for example 19:30), will be
incomplete (report up to 19:00).
4. Two supervisors cannot output the MIS report simultaneously.
5. The MIS report data cannot be cleared if another supervisor has been
entering the MIS REPORT MENU.
6. Two supervisors cannot enter the MIS REPORT MENU and
CUSTOMIZE MENU simultaneously.
7. The definition of an ACD talk time is a time span from a call picked up to
an end of a conversation or transferring to another extension.
8. If a non-Agent picks up an ACD call, MIS report will not be accurate.
Therefore, the Manufacturer recommends not to assign ACD lines to FF
keys.
9. The MIS report includes Abandoned incoming calls.
• Exchange disconnects call before agent answers.
The following gives an outline of the MIS report output.
Agent Activity
The following reports are tabulated on a per agent basis:
• Total Log-in Time, Unavailable Time, Talk Time, Idle Time &
Percentage (IDLE Time=LOGIN Time-TALK Time)
• Average time from call incoming to answer.
• Number of incoming calls, number of answered calls
Group Activity
The following reports are tabulated on a per group basis:
• Total Log-in Time, Unavailable Time, Talk Time, Idle Time &
Percentage (IDLE=LOGIN-TALK)
• Number of incoming calls, number of answered calls
System Activity
The following reports are tabulated on a per system basis:
• Total Log-in Time, Unavailable Time, Talk Time, Idle Time &
Percentage (IDLE=LOGIN-TALK)
• Number of incoming calls, number of answered calls
Work Unit Count
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The following report is tabulated:
Number of per-code calls (tabulated on a daily/weekly basis for each group/
system)
MIS Function Tabulation Unit
MIS report is output in the following cycles:
• Hourly report:
Specified date(s) can be output on an hourly (0-24) basis.
• Daily report:
Data for previous week/this week can be output on a daily basis.
The oldest available data is Monday of previous week.
• Weekly report:
Data for both previous and this weeks are output on a weekly basis.
The following shows available report.
Table 3-4.
TOTA
L
LOGIN
TIME
UNAVAI
L ABLE
TIME
TAL
K
TIME
IDLE
TIME
HOURLY
o
o
o
o
o
DAILY
o
o
o
o
WEEKLY
o
o
o
HOURLY
o
o
DAILY
o
WEEKLY
System HOURLY
AVERAG
E
RINGING
TIME
ABANDONED
CALLS
o
X
X
o
o
o
X
o
o
o
o
X
o
o
o
o
X
X
o
o
o
o
o
X
X
o
o
o
o
o
o
X
X
o
o
o
o
o
o
X
X
DAILY
o
o
o
o
o
o
X
X
WEEKLY
o
o
o
o
o
o
X
X
INCOMING
ABANDONED
CALLS
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
o
Group
Agent
(1~64)
Group
(1, 2,
or 3)
INCOMING ANSWER
CALLS
CALLS
o : Available to report
X : Unavailable to report
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The following shows the tabulation unit of WORK UNIT COUNT.
Total count per code is shown in the following tabulation unit:
Table 3-5.
Unit
Code 1
Group 1
Code 2
Code 3
----
Code 20
DAILY
WEEKLY
Group 2
DAILY
WEEKLY
Group 3
DAILY
WEEKLY
System
DAILY
WEEKLY
MIS Report Operation
• Common Operation of MIS Report
MIS reports can be output by operations from the Supervisor. The following
shows the MIS report output operation from [SUPERVISOR MENU]:
Operation
SUPERVISOR
MENU
SYSTEM INFO
→
MIS REPORT
→
CUSTOMIZE
→
1. From [SUPERVISOR MENU] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to
select [MIS REPORT].
[MIS REPORT MENU] screen appears.
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
2. Select a desired menu by using the soft keys from the above
screen.
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ACD Supervisor Mode Menu Flow Chart
Figure 4.
MAIN SUPERVISOR MENU
SYSTEM
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
WAITING CALL
AGENT STATUS
MIS REPORT
AGENT REPORT
PERSONAL
(Agent ID
code input)
A HOURLY
B DAILY
(INPUT START DATE
AND LAST DATE)
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
C WEEKLY
ALL AGENT
D HOURLY
E DAILY
(INPUT START DATE
AND LAST DATE)
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
F WEEKLY
GROUP REPORT
GROUP1
G HOURLY
(INPUT START DATE AND LAST DATE)
H DAILY
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
I WEEKLY
GROUP2
HOURLY
(INPUT START DATE AND LAST DATE)
DAILY
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
WEEKLY
GROUP3
HOURLY
(INPUT START DATE AND LAST DATE)
DAILY
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
WEEKLY
SYSTEM REPORT
J HOURLY
K DAILY
(INPUT START DATE
AND LAST DATE)
THIS WEEK
LAST WEEK
ALL
L WEEKLY
WORK UNIT COUNT
SYSTEM
GROUP1
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N DAILY
WEEKLY
DAILY
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GROUP1
GROUP2
GROUP2
GROUP3
GROUP3
OTHERS
ACD CUSTOMIZE
LINE REGIST.
M DAILY
N WEEKLY
DAILY
WEEKLY
DAILY
WEEKLY
DAILY
WEEKLY
DAILY
WEEKLY
STATUS/CANCEL
MIS DATA CLEAR
OUTPUT QUIT
DIRECT INCOME
TRANSF. INCOME
SYSTEM ID
AGENT ID
GROUP SETTING
CALL HANDLING
REGISTRATION
CONFIRMATION
GROUP 1
GROUP 2
GROUP 3
PROGRAM
PROGRAM 1
PROGRAM 2
PROGRAM 3
PROGRAM 4
VM NUMBER
• Output of MIS Report Data
The following explains the procedure for outputting each function. The
procedures below are operations from [MIS REPORT MENU] screen.
Agent Report
A. Hourly tabulation of each agent
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
1. From [MIS REPORT] screen, press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[AGENT REPORT].
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
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AGENT REPORT
←
PERSONAL
→
←
ALL AGENT
→
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[PERSONAL].
Pressing the soft key 5 or 10 returns to [MIS REPORT MENU]
screen (the same for the subsequent screens).
MIS REPORT MENU
3. The following screen appears. Enter the 4-digit ID code of the
target agent by using the 10-key pad.
AGENT ID:XXXX
ENTER THE AGENT
ID CODE AND
PRESS HOLD KEY
MIS REPORT MENU
→
4. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to Select
[HOURLY].
AGENT ID:XXXX
←
HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
MIS REPORT MENU
→
START DATE:
ENTER THE START
DATE (DD) AND PRESS
HOLD KEY
MIS REPORT MENU
→
5. The following screen appears. Enter the starting date and ending
date of the data to be output. First enter the starting date, press
HOLD key to validate, then enter the ending date and press
HOLD key again. No month is needed to be entered. For
example, data for a period beginning with April 25 and ending
with May 2, Enter 25 as the starting date, 2 as the ending date. For
1 through 9, 01 through 09 can be entered instead.
First date input + HOLD key + Last date input + HOLD
key
LAST DATE:
ENTER THE LAST
DATE (DD) AND PRESS
HOLD KEY
MIS REPORT MENU
→
6. Once the input data is validated, the data output starts. The
following screen appears while the output is in progress. To abort
output, see the section [MIS data output abort] section of, [Other
Features].
MIS OUTPUT
AGENT ID:XXXX
HOURLY REPORT
FROM XX TO XX
MIS REPORT MENU
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B. Daily tabulation of each agent
Steps 1 to 3 are the same as those for item A.
4. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 2 or 7 to Select
[DAILY].
AGENT ID:XXXX
←
HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
→
MIS REPORT MENU
5. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 for [THIS
WEEK], 2 or 7 for [LAST WEEK], 3 or 8 for [ALL].
AGENT ID:XXXX
←
THIS WEEK
→
←
LAST WEEK
→
←
ALL
→
MIS REPORT MENU
→
6. Once the input data is validated, the data output starts. The
following screen appears while the output is in progress. To abort
output, see the [MIS data output abort] section, [Other Features].
(The figure on left shows outputting of this week)
MIS OUTPUT
AGENT ID:XXXX
DAILY REPORT
THIS WEEK
MIS REPORT MENU
→
C. Weekly tabulation of each agent
Steps 1 to 3 are the same as those for item A.
4. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[WEEKLY].
AGENT ID:XXXX
←
HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
MIS REPORT MENU
→
5. Once the input data is validated, the data output starts. The
following screen appears while the output is in progress. To abort
output, see the section [MIS data output abort], section, [Other
Features]
MIS OUTPUT
AGENT ID: XXXX
WEEKLY REPORT
MIS REPORT MENU
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D. Hourly tabulation of all agents
E. Daily tabulation of all agents
F. Weekly tabulation of all agents
Step 1 is the same as that for items A.
2. From the following screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to select
[ALL AGENT].
AGENT REPORT
←
PERSONAL
→
←
ALL AGENT
→
MIS REPORT MENU
ALL AGENT
←
HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[HOURLY], 2 or 7 to select [DAILY], 3 or 8 to select
[WEEKLY].
MIS REPORT MENU →
4. Follow steps 5 and 6 of item A for [HOURLY].
Follow steps 5 and 6 of item B for [DAILY].
Follow steps 5 of item C for [WEEKLY].
Group Report
G. Hourly tabulation of group report
H. Daily tabulation of group report
I. Weekly tabulation of group report
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
1. From [MIS REPORT] screen, press the soft key 2 or 7 to select
[GROUP REPORT].
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
GROUP REPORT
←
GROUP 1
→
←
GROUP 2
→
←
GROUP 3
→
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6, 2 or 7, or
3 or 8 to select [GROUP1/GROUP2/GROUP3]. Pressing the soft
key 5 or 10 returns to [MIS REPORT MENU] screen (the same
for the subsequent screens).
The following procedure assumes that [GROUP 1] is selected:
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HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
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3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[HOURLY], 2 or 7 to select [DAILY], 3 or 8 to select
[WEEKLY].
→
MIS REPORT MENU
4. Follow steps 5 and 6 of item A for [HOURLY].
Follow steps 5 and 6 of item B for [DAILY].
Follow steps 5 of item C for [WEEKLY].
System Report
J. Hourly tabulation of system report
K.Daily tabulation of system report
L. Weekly tabulation of system report
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
1. From [MIS REPORT] screen, press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[SYSTEM REPORT].
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
SYSTEM REPORT
←
HOURLY
→
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
←
DISC. CALL
→
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[HOURLY], 2 or 7 to select [DAILY], 3 or 8 to select
[WEEKLY].
MIS REPORT MENU
3. Follow steps 5 and 6 of item A for [HOURLY].
Follow steps 5 and 6 of item B for [DAILY].
Follow steps 5 of item C for [WEEKLY].
Work Unit Count
M. Daily tabulation of work unit count
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
1. From [MIS REPORT] screen, press the soft key 4 or 9 to select
[WORK UNIT].
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
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←
GROUP 1
→
←
GROUP 2
→
←
Group 3
→
←
SYSTEM
→
→
MIS REPORT MENU
WORK UNIT COUNT
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6, 2 or 7, or
3 or 8 to select [GROUP1/GROUP2/GROUP3/SYSTEM].
GROUP1 represents Agent Group 1 and GROUP2 represents
Agent Group 2, and GROUP3 represents Agent Group3.
SYSTEM represents the total sum of Group 1 and Group 2. The
following procedure assumes that Group 1 is selected (the
operation is the same if another option is selected).
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 2 or 7 to select
[DAILY].
AGENT GROUP 1
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
→
MIS REPORT MENU
WORK UNIT COUNT
AGENT GROUP 1
←
THIS WEEK
→
←
LAST WEEK
→
←
ALL
→
→
MIS REPORT MENU
4. From the following screen, press the soft key 1 or 6, 2 or 7, or 3
or 8 to select [THIS WEEK], [LAST WEEK], [ALL].
When [THIS WEEK] is selected, data is output from Monday of
this week.
When [LAST WEEK] is selected, data is output from Monday to
Sunday of last week.
When [ALL] is selected, all data from Monday of last week will
be output.
5. Once the input data is validated, the data output starts. The
following screen appears while the output is in progress. To abort
output, see the section [MIS data output abort] section, [Other
Features].
MIS OUTPUT !
AGENT GROUP 1
WORK UNIT COUNT
DAILY REPORT
THIS WEEK
MIS REPORT MENU
→
N. Weekly tabulation of work unit count
Steps 1 to 2 are the same as those for item M.
WORK UNIT COUNT
AGENT GROUP 1
←
DAILY
→
←
WEEKLY
→
3. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[WEEKLY].
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4. Once the input data is validated, the data output starts. The
following screen appears while the output is in progress. To abort
output, see the section [MIS data output abort] of [Other
Features].
MIS OUTPUT !
AGENT GROUP 1
WORK UNIT COUNT
WEEKLY REPORT
→
MIS REPORT MENU
Other Features (Data Clear and Output Cancel)
O. MIS data clear
* This feature clears all MIS data.
MIS REPORT MENU
←
AGENT REPORT
→
←
GROUP REPORT
→
1. From [MIS REPORT] screen, press the soft key 5 or 10 to select
[OTHERS].
← SYSTEM REPORT →
←
WORK UNIT
→
←
OTHERS
→
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 3 or 8 to select
[MIS DATA CLEAR].
OTHERS
STATUS/CANCEL
→
MIS DATA CLEAR
→
MIS REPORT MENU
→
MIS DATA CLEAR:
3. The following screen appears. To clear data, press 0 and HOLD
keys. This starts data clear processing.
PRESS 0 AND HOLD
KEY TO CLEAR ALL
MIS DATA
MIS REPORT MENU
→
MIS DATA CLEARED
MIS REPORT MENU
4. Once data clear is completed, the following screen appears.
Pressing the soft key 5 or 10 returns to [MIS REPORT MENU]
screen.
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P. MIS data output confirmation/cancel
* This feature confirms/cancels MIS data output.
1. Step 1 is the same as that for item O.
2. The following screen appears. Press the soft key 1 or 6 to select
[STATUS/CANCEL].
OTHERS
STATUS/CANCEL
MIS DATA CLEAR
MIS REPORT MENU
→
3. The following screen appears to show the current MIS data output
status on the Large Display (end of confirmation). To abort MIS
data output, press the soft key 4 or 9 to select [QUIT]. The
following screen assumes that daily report of Agent ID XXXX is
being output.
OUTPUT STATUS
AGENT ID:XXXX
HOURLY REPORT
FROM XX TO XX
QUIT
→
MIS REPORT MENU
→
4. The following screen appears. To quit, press 0 and HOLD keys.
OUTPUT QUIT:_
TO STOP MIS DATA
OUTPUT. PRESS 0
AND HOLD KEY
MIS REPORT MENU
→
5. Once output is cancelled, the following screen appears. Pressing
the soft key 5 or 10 returns to [MIS REPORT MENU] screen.
QUIT
MIS REPORT MENU
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User Information Recording
The following (Figure 5) shows the service flow for recording user
information messages. Voice output ports of the ACD system can be directly
accessed to register, confirm, change, or delete messages. The maximum
recording length of each service information message is 14 seconds. Up to 6
kinds of information messages can be registered per ACD system.
In version 3.0, up to 6 kinds of information messages can be registered per
ACD system. Individual messages can be of varying lengths, with an
inclusive total of 96 seconds recording time available.
After recording your information message(s), select which information
message to be sent to an outside party by entering parameter on service Flow
Details (Figure 2).
Related program addresses are:
4101 - 4104: ACD Call Handling Program
4201 - 4204: Transferring Voice Mail access number
4301: Message Play Option
Notice
Even if your message are recorded, using Figure 5, user information numbers
(1-6) must be selected for above program addresses.
If they are not selected, initial messages will be sent.
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Figure 5.
Call the extension
number of the voice
output port.
Password error is followed by three
short beeps. →Reenter
password.
→
→Three error count releases call
(BT).
“Incorrect password. Please hang
up”.
ACD answers
“This is ACD user information
recording service. Please enter the
password and press #”.
Password input
¨
Information number input
(1 to 6)
Service code input
1 #: Recording
Start recording
information
Recording ends
by 7 # or
time-out.
3 #: Play back
Please start
recording
your
information
message. To
finish
recording,
press 7
and #.
“Please enter the service
code. To start recording,
press 1 and #, to play a recorded message, press 3
and #, to delete, press 5
and #”.
5 #: Deletion
Message
play back
Message
play back
The message
has been recorded
“Please enter the information number, and press #”.
Deletion
The message
has been deleted.
“The message
has been deleted.”
“The message
has been recorded.”
¨
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Agent Features
Log-in / Log-out
Log-in procedure
1. Press the LOGIN key then, press the AGENT ID CODE.
2. The LED lights in green to notify completion of log-in.
3. Press ON/OFF key after the completion of log-in.
Notice
1. LOGIN key must be assigned in advance (See key Assignment).
2. Entering an unregistered agent ID code displays an error. In this
case, do the procedure from the beginning again after pressing
ON/OFF key.
3. Do not Log-in or Log-out while placing a call on hold.
If the extension is already logged in, another agent cannot log in
using his/her agent ID. The Current agent must log out once to log
in again.
Log-out procedure
1. Press the LOGIN key while the key LED is illuminated in green.
2. The key LED goes off to notify the completion of log-out.
3. Press ON/OFF key.
Available/Unavailable
Pressing the UNAVAILABLE key from an idle terminal which is logged in
places the extension in the Unavailable status temporarily. This
UNAVAILABLE excludes the telephone from candidates of ACD incoming
calls. Pressing the key again returns the telephone into the Available status.
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This key’s LED illuminates in green for the Available status and red for the
Unavailable status. Same as the LOGIN key, the UNAVAILABLE key LED
goes off with log-out procedure.
Operation
To activate UNAVAILABLE status:
Press the green/UNAVAILABLE key (the key LED illuminates in red).
To return to AVAILABLE status:
Press the red/UNAVAILABLE key (the key LED illuminates in green).
Notice
1. UNAVAILABLE key must be assigned in advance (See key
Assignment).
2. If an agent does not answer an ACD incoming call before a
specific time (Initial: 10 sec.), the agent will become
UNAVAILABLE automatically.
Work Unit Count
Work Unit Codes can be preset with the Work Unit Count key. When used,
the appear in the MIS report. For example, 01 for claims 02 for sales, 03 for
brochure. A maximum of 20 codes can be entered (set at installation).
Operation
1. Press Work Unit key while ACD call.
This lights the LED in red. Pressing the key again turns off the
LED and deletes code. The number of codes per call is not
restricted (multiple count is allowed).
Notice
1. The Work Unit Count key is effective only from an agent
telephone and while the telephone is engaged in an ACD call.
2. When the call is placed on hold, the LED remains on. It goes off
if another telephone retrieves the call placed on hold. If the same
telephone retrieves the call placed on hold the LED remains on,
and goes off when the call is released.
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Wrap Feature
When an agent finishes an incoming ACD call conversation, he/she can have
“wrap-up” time to prepare a memo or record other pertinent information.
Operation
Not required. Set this feature for each agent group. (Can be set upon
installation.)
To use the Wrap Feature the agent presses the Wrap Key upon completion of
his/her call. The agent will then have up to 600 seconds (maximum) to
complete wrap-up and be ready for the next incoming call. The default wrapup time is set at 20 seconds and can be modified to accommodate the
estimated wrap-up needs of agents.
If your agent group is using the Wrap feature, the LED of the Wrap Key will
change, as follows, when pressed by the agent:
Wrap Feature
During Wrap-up time
Wrap Key LED
lit in green
Wrap-up time final 15 seconds
blinks in red
Non Wrap-up time
no light
Setting
Set the program setting for the Wrap function as follows:
Agent Group
Wrap Function
1
3402 Wrap Function 0=No Wrap (Default)
3403 Wrap Function 1=Wrap
2
3502 Wrap Function 0=No Wrap (Default)
3503 Wrap Function 1=Wrap
3
3602 Wrap Function 0=No Wrap (Default)
3603 Wrap Function 1=Wrap
Notice
1. Wrap time is included an agent’s talk time for the MIS reports.
2. Only one Wrap Key is available for each extension.
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Zip Tone
Zip mode automatically answers calls when an agent is using the Headset
mode. With the Zip mode enabled, the agent hears a brief alert tone via the
headset before the system automatically answers the incoming call.
Operation
The user hears the notification (ZIP) tone and the call is automatically
connected.
Setting
When in Headset mode:
1. Press the ON/OFF key.
2.
Press the PROG key.
3. Dial 80 to toggle ZIP Mode ON and OFF.
4. The telephone LCD panel displays ZIP MODE ON or ZIP
MODE OFF.
Notes:
Call Forwarding takes precedence over the Zip mode.
Key Assignment
Assign the following keys to the Flexible Function (FF) keys of each
telephone (setting at installation work). You must not assign more or less than
one LOGIN or AVAILABLE key to one telephone:
• LOGIN (mandatory)
• UNAVAILABLE (mandatory)
• WORK UNIT COUNT (01-20: optional)
Setting
1. Press the ON/OFF key and PROG key.
2. Select a vacant FF key.
3. Press REDIAL key.
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4. Select to feature code to assign.
Fixed Feature Code
Feature Description
ACD-1 Log-In/Out Key
ACD-1 Work Unit Key
ACD-1 Unavailable Key
ACD-1 Wrap Key
ACD-2 Log-In/Out Key
ACD-2 Work Unit Key
ACD-2 Unavailable Key
ACD-1 Wrap Key
+ (additional digits to program
into key)
∗#80
∗#81 + (Work Unit 01-20)
∗#82
∗#83
∗#85
∗#86 + (Work Unit 01-20)
∗#87
∗#88
ACD Silent Monitor Key (two touch) 77+ desired extension
ACD Silent Monitor Key (one touch) 77
Zip Tone Mode ON/OFF Key
∗73
5. Press HOLD key to store.
6. Press ON/OFF key to end.
Notice
1. If an FF key selected in setting 2 is not vacant (Pre-assigned), the
previous setting will be erased automatically.
2. To confirm an FF key assignment, press ON/OFF-CONF-FF
key.
3. To delete an FF key assignment, skip procedures 3&4 of setting
procedure.
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Introduction
0
System
Configuration
Index
A
ACD Call Handling Program ....................................... 8
Data Clear ...................................................................49
Activating Supervisor Menu ...................................... 19
DELETE (FF3) ...........................................................15
Agent Features............................................................ 53
Direct Incoming Call Setting ......................................22
Agent IDs
Confirming ............................................................. 33
Registering.............................................................. 31
FF1
Introduction
D
E
FF1
Agent Report .............................................................. 43
System
Agent Status ............................................................... 37
0
System
Configuration
EDIT (FF1) .................................................................11
System
ALL DELETE (FF6) .................................................. 15
FF2
Available/Unavailable ................................................ 53
FF2
F
Trunks
Trunks
Features
Supervisor ...............................................................17
B
FF3
Extensions
FF3
Basic Service Flow....................................................... 7
Extensions
G
FF4
FF-/Soft Keys
FF5
Groups
FF6
TRS/ARS
C
Group Report...............................................................46
Call Setting
Direct Incoming...................................................... 22
Transferring Incoming................................ 24, 26, 28
Changing Supervisor IDs and User Information Recording ID ........................................................... 26
I
Information Recording
User .........................................................................51
FF5
Groups
INSERT (FF2).............................................................13
Commands
Programming .......................................................... 10
Common Operation for Supervisor Customization.... 20
FF4
FF-/Soft Keys
Call Handling Program................................................. 8
FF6
K
TRS/ARS
Configuration ............................................................... 5
Confirming Agent IDs................................................ 33
FF7
Applications
Customization
Supervisor............................................................... 21
Key Assignment....................................................55, 56
FF7
Applications
L
Log-in / Log-out..........................................................53
FF8
Maintenance
FF8
Maintenance
M
MIS Report Data
Output......................................................................43
Appendix A
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix B
576-45-521 (ACD 4.0)
ICX (International) issued June 2000
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Index-59
Index
Section521-ACD
Index
Introduction
MIS Report Features ...................................................38
Supervisor Monitoring................................................ 35
MIS Report Operation.................................................41
System Report............................................................. 47
Introduction
MIS Report Outline.....................................................38
Monitoring ..................................................................35
0
System
Configuration
System
Transfer Destination Voice Number........................... 16
Other Features (Data Clear and Output Cancel) .........49
Trunks
FF-/Soft Keys
U
FF2
Trunks
User Information Recording .......................................51
FF3
FF4
FF1
System
Unavailable ................................................................. 53
P
Programming by Commands ......................................10
Extensions
Transferring Incoming Call Setting ............................24
Output Cancel .............................................................49
Output of MIS Report Data.........................................43
FF2
0
System
Configuration
Traffic Information ..................................................... 35
O
FF1
T
User Information Recording ID
Changing ................................................................. 30
FF3
Extensions
R
W
RAD ............................................................................11
Recording
User Information .....................................................51
Waiting Call................................................................ 36
Work Unit Count ..................................................47, 54
FF4
FF-/Soft Keys
Registering Agent IDs.................................................31
FF5
Groups
Report Operation
MIS..........................................................................41
Report Outline
MIS..........................................................................38
FF5
Z
Groups
Zip Tone...................................................................... 56
FF6
TRS/ARS
FF6
TRS/ARS
S
Service Flow .................................................................7
FF7
Applications
FF7
Service Flow Details
Setting .....................................................................33
Applications
Setting on Service Flow Details..................................33
FF8
Maintenance
Silent Monitor .............................................................17
FF8
Specifications ................................................................6
Maintenance
Supervisor Customization ...........................................21
Supervisor Features.....................................................17
Supervisor ID
Changing .................................................................30
Appendix A
Appendix A
Supervisor Menu
Activating ................................................................19
Appendix B
Index
Appendix B
Index-60
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ICX (International) issued June 2000
576-45-521 (ACD 4.0)
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