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Contents
Guide to system documentation 2
Get Started Guide 2
Phone Quick Reference Guide 2
Detailed User Manual 2
Detailed Internet Module Manual 2
BT Versatility Wizard User Manual 2
System description 3
System Options 3
System Programming Notes 4
Guide to Featurephone layout 5
Explanation of Symbols 5
System programming 6
Accessing the System Programming 7
Programming System Time & Date 8
Configuring a Group (Ring/Hunt Group) 9
Configuring Group & Assigning Extensions 9
Configuring Group & Assigning Extensions [continued>] 10
Note on Groups & Group Types 11
Groups 11
Note: Group Programming 11
Note: Group Names 11
Mapping Incoming Calls to a Group [From a Network Line] 12
Note on Incoming Call Mapping 12
Mapping Incoming Calls to a Group [From an MSN or DDI] 13
Configuring Call Barring Rules 14
Call Barring and Tables 14
Setting up Call Barring Tables 15
Assigning rules to Extensions 16
Configuring Night & Weekend Service 17
Changing System Password 18
Examining Extension Passwords 18
Configuring Answering Machine/System VM Box 19
Enabling Answering Machine/System VM Box 19
Assigning Voicemail Extensions 20
Assigning Voicemail Capacities 20
Programming Personal Speed Dials 21
Programming System Speed Dials 22
Power Fail Operation 23
Extension Name & Settings 24
Additional Extension Settings 25
Configuring the Internet Module 30
BT Versatility Wizard Management Tool 32
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Guide to System Documentation
The BT Versatility is provided with the following range of documentation:
Get Started Guide
Provides overview of System Programming and Key Features
The Get Started Guide takes the user through key system programming
and enables the user to modify basic system configurations to suit their
business requirements. In addition, it allows an appointed ‘Administrator’ to
configure the system, through key settings and programming elements,
enabling a tailored business solution.
Phone Quick Reference Guide
Provides Quick Reference to Key System Features
The Phone Quick Reference Guide is supplied with each BT Versatility
system as an easy to view fold out for each system user. Also provided is a
simple reference to the key operation and system features of
Featurephones or Standard Telephones.
Detailed User Manual
Provides complete detail on System Programming and Features
The Detailed User Manual is provided on a CD-ROM with each
BT Versatility System, covering System Programming, Administration and
Usage, and providing the appointed ‘Administrator’ with information on
configuration of advanced system features.
Detailed Internet Module Manual
Provides complete detail on Internet Module Programming and Usage
The Detailed Internet Module Manual is provided on a CD-ROM with each
BT Versatility System, covering System Programming, Administration and
Usage, and providing the appointed ‘Administrator’ with information on
configuration of advanced system features.
BT Versatility Wizard User Manual
Provides complete detail on programming of BT Versatility with
PC Configuration Tool
The BT Versatility Wizard User Manual is provided on a CD-ROM with
each BT Versatility System.
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System description
• The BT Versatility is an Integrated Communications System. It supports
all your voice call needs and an Optional integrated Data Solution that
allows multiple simultaneous Internet sessions.
• The BT Versatility can accommodate up to 8 Analogue Lines, 4 Digital
Lines, or a combination of both, with up to 32 Extensions.
System Options
Your BT Versatility may be delivered or installed with additional optional
modules, or you may choose to purchase them at a later date. The
following options are available:
• Additional Extension Modules to a maximum of 32 extensions
• Additional Digital or Analogue Line Modules to a maximum of 8 lines
• Optional Internet Module for shared High Speed Internet Connections
• Optional Voicemail Module for professional voice services
• Optional Battery Back Up Module for full system operation in power fail
• Options Module for connecting Long Line Extensions, External Music on
Hold or Central Bell
• “V8” Featurephone with full Menu Display, Handsfree Operation and 8
Programmable keys
• “V16” Featurephone with full Backlit Menu Display, Handsfree
Operation and 16 Programmable keys
• “V16” Expansion Console providing an additional 32 Programmable Keys
when used in conjunction with the V16 Featurephone
• “V” System Terminal with CLI Display, Monitor Function and
Programmable Keys
• Door Intercom to facilitate visitor introduction
• Hospitality software for customers that either have a hotel or guest
houses or any business that needs to bill individual clients
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System Support
BT Versatility Support Web Site: www.productsupport.bt.com/
BT Sales
0800 800 152
BT Service
0800 800 154
BT Versatility Helpdesk
0870 240 8377
System Programming Notes
The BT Versatility may be programmed from either a V8/V16
Featurephone or from the BT Versatility wizard configuration tool supplied
on the CD-supplied with your system. This guide outlines the key elements
of System Programming from the Featurephones only.
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Guide to Featurephone layout
Secrecy
Key
Hands-free
and light
Volume
Keys
4 Function Keys
Programming
Message Retrieval
Speed Dial Lists
Network and ISDN
Voice messageindicating light
6 Display
Keys
Data
socket
Headset
socket
Programmable
keys.
(16 V16 / 8 V8)
Clear
Key
Scroll /
Edit keys
This diagram illustrates the V16 phone which has 16 programmable keys
Explanation of Symbols *Used in this manual
Specific symbols are used to define particular operations or to highlight
important areas as follows:
Caution
Program
Programming Key
Select Function
Scroll through Menus
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System Programming
The System may only be programmed from one specific extension, by
default this is configured as Extension 20, but the programming position
may be moved to any Extension required.
The System Programming is separated into 3 main blocks:
System covers aspects that affect operation across the complete system
Extension covers aspects that may be programmed per extension
Lines covers aspects which affect the Network connections, Incoming and
Outgoing Calls, and Least Cost Routing configuration.
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Accessing the System Programming
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the Programming Position
(Ext. 20 by default) select the
Programming Key
---Phone Setup---Auto Answer
-Key Programming
-Headset Mode
Program
Scroll through the menus to find
(System Programming) and select the
option
---Phone Setup---Ringing Options
-Contrast Options
-System Programming
Enter Password
Default 1111
You are now in the Main Menu for
System Programming and are presented
with the following Sub Menus for
Programming Options
Enter System Password
-Exit
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
The remainder of this document assumes that you have successfully
navigated to the System Programming Sub Menu above.
Depress the Clear key for 2 seconds at any time or Hang Up to exit the
Programming mode at any time. Modified settings are SAVED automatically.
For more complex settings please refer to the Owners Manual provided on
the CD-ROM packaged with your system.
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Programming System Time & Date
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [System]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Select [Time & Date]
Select Option
-Time & Date
-Change Password
-Programming Position
Enter Time [HHMM]
Set Time HHMM
-Confirm
-Exit
Enter Date [DDMMYY]
Set Date DDMMYY
-Confirm
-Exit
Note: Time & Date Settings are saved automatically.
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Configuring a Group (Ring/Hunt Group)
Configuring Group & Assigning Extensions
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Lines]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Select
[Group Programming]
Select Option
-Equipped Lines
-Group Programming
-Incoming Ringing
Select the Group to be Programmed
[Scroll If Necessary]
Select Group
-Group 1
Group 4-Group 2
Group 5-Group 3
Group 6-
Scroll
Select the Group type to be
programmed
Select Group Type
-Ring Group
-Hunt Group
-Exit
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Configuring Group & Assigning Extensions/continued
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
If RING GROUP selected
Select the Extensions to be included
in the RING GROUP
Select Extensions
-Ext. 20
Ext. 23-Ext. 21
Ext. 24-Ext. 22
Ext. 25-
Scroll
If HUNT GROUP selected
Select the HUNT GROUP type required
Select Hunt Group Type
-Linear
-Circular
-Longest Idle
(See Next page for Note on Group Types)
Select the Extensions to be included
in the HUNT GROUP
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Select Extensions
-Ext. 20
Ext. 23-Ext. 21
Ext. 24-Ext. 22
Ext. 25-
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Groups
Note on Groups & Group Types
Note:
Group Programming
When assigning Extensions within a Ring or Hunt Group the first
8 extensions are included by default in Group 1. The administrator
may select or deselect Extensions within a Group at any time.
Note:
Group Names
All Groups can be assaigned specific names to facilitate ease of
program and system usage. Please refer to the section on Naming
in this document for instructions on creating Group or Extension
names.
Groups of different types may be configured in your BT Versatility
System. When programming a Group you will be offered the
following options:
Ring Group:
When selected all phones in the Group ring simultaneously for an
incoming call
Hunt Group:
When selected incoming calls are presented to one phone only
within the group and the calls are filtered through the various
Extensions as follows:
• Linear
Calls are presented to the lowest numbered extension first. If an
extension is busy the call is presented to the next free extension.
• Circular
Calls are presented in strict rotation starting with the lowest
numbered extension in the Group (i.e. Call 1 is presented to
Extension 20, call 2 to Extension 21 etc.)
• Longest Idle
Incoming calls are presented to the extension that has been idle
for the longest period of time.
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Mapping Incoming Calls to a Group (From a Network Line)
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Lines]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Select
[Incoming Ringing]
Select Option
-Equipped Lines
-Group Programming
-Incoming Ringing
Select the Line or Access
Select Line
-Line 1
-Line 2
-Access 1
-Door Intercom
Scroll
Select the time
Select Option
-Day Mode
-Night Mode
-Day & Night Mode
Select the Destination for Incoming
Calls on this Line or Access [ Group In
This Case]
Select Destination
-Extension
-Group
-Auto Attendant
Select the Group which is to receive
Incoming Calls on this Line or Access
during the relevant Time Period
Select Group
-Group 1
Group 4-Group 2
Group 5-Group 3
Group 6-
Scroll
Note on Incoming Call Mapping
You may map Incoming Calls on Specific Lines to be presented to different Groups in
Day and Night Mode.
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Mapping Incoming Calls to a Group (From an MSN or DDI)
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Lines]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[DDI Programming]
Select Option
-DDI Programming
-ISDN Programming
-Exit
Scroll
Enter MSN Index 001 – 100
May be Existing or New
XXX
Enter MSN/DDI Number
May be Existing or New
Confirm when complete
XXXXXXXXX
Enter MSN Name
May be Existing or New
Confirm when complete
ABCDEFGHIJ
Enter MSN Index
- Exit
-------------Confirm
-Change
-Delete
Exit-------------Confirm
-Change
-Delete
Exit-
Select the time
Select Option
-Day Mode
-Night Mode
-Day & Night Mode
Select the Destination for Incoming
Calls on this MSN or DDI
Select Destination
-Extension
-Group
-Auto Attendant
Select the Group that is to receive
Incoming Calls on this MSN or DDI
Number during the relevant time period.
Select Group
-Group 1
Group 4-Group 2
Group 5-Group 3
Group 6[To Select a group(s) select the
diamond next to it ]
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Configuring Call Barring Rules
Call Barring and Tables
Call Barring allows you to prevent specific extensions making specific
types of calls in Day or Night Mode. In order to configure Call Barring, you
first set up the rules [Class codes] as described below, and then assign the
relevant call barring levels to individual extensions.
There are four Tables which may be programmed and six [Class codes]
which may be assaigned to an extension as listed below.
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Type of Restriction
Table
Class Typical Use
No restriction
None
1
Allow ALL
Restricted from calls in Table 2
2
2
Bar 00
Restricted from calls in Table 2 & 3
3
3
Bar 0
Allowed Internal and Emergency Calls only
None
4
Bar ALL
Allowed Numbers that overide Table 2 & 3
5
5
Exception
Restricted Numbers that overide Table 1, 2 & 3
6
6
Specific Bar
Table
Bar
Default settings
Table 2
International
“00”,“14100”,“147000”,“192”,“153”, “128000”
Table 3
National
“0”,“1410”,“14700”,“192”,“153”, “12800”
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Setting up Call Barring Tables
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [System]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[Class Codes]
Select Option
-Class Codes
-Reset Options
-Set v24 Baud Rate
Scroll
Select the Table which is to be
programmed
Select Table
-Table 2
-Table 3
-Allowed Table/Restricted Table
Enter Index 01 – 50
Enter Index 01 - 50 - Enter the
number or code you wish to
bar here
-Exit
May be Existing or New Index
Select Confirm to Complete the Set-Up
[See Note Below for ‘ANY’ Option]
XX
Select Option
-Any
-Confirm
-Change
Note: Each entry restricts or allows one number or range of numbers. A wildcard may be used ‘ANY’
(i.e. 403 X would bar calls to numbers between 403-1 and 403-0.
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Assigning rules to Extensions
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Extension]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[Restriction Classes]
Select Option
-Name Programming
-Restriction Classes
-Tone Protect
Select Time for rule to be applied
Day or Night
Select Option
- Day Class of Service
- Night Class of Service
- Exit
Select the Class Rule to be applied
Class 1 to 6
Select Option
-Class 1
Class 4-Class 2
Class 5-Class 3
Class 6Exit-
Select the Extensions to which this
rule applies
Class X
-Ext 20
-Ext 21
-Ext 22
day/night
Ext 23Ext 24Ext 25-
[To Select an extension(s) select
the diamond next to it]
Note: You may apply the same rule to multiple extensions.
You may apply multiple rules to the same extension.
You may exit the menu at any time and the settings will be saved.
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Configuring Night & Weekend Service
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [System]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[Night Service]
Select Option
-Night Service
-Music on Hold
-Line Key Light
Scroll
Program Night Service On & Off Times
[Apply Weekend (if required)]
Select Option
- Automatic On Times
- Automatic Off Times
- Weekend Service
Enter On Times
Select Option
-On Time 1
-On Time 2
-Exit
Enter Off Times
Select Option
-Off Time 1
-Off Time 2
-Exit
Enter Time to be set and then select
Confirm
Set Time [HHMM]
- Confirm
- Change
- Delete
Note: You may apply 2 sets of times for the Night Service rules to be applied, typically this will be
used for Lunch Time and Out of Office Hours.
Night Service allows you to configure different call routing plans for these time periods.
You may exit the menu at any time and the settings will be saved
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Changing System Password
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [System]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Select
[Change Password]
Select Option
-Time & Date
-Change Password
-Programming Position
Enter New Password [xxxx]
4 digit numeric and Confirm
1111
-Confirm
-Change
-Exit
Examining Extension Passwords
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Extension]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[Examine Passwords]
Select Option
-No Call Logging
-External Diversions
-Examine Passwords
Scroll
Select the password which you need
to view
Select Option
-Ext. Lock Password
-Voicemail Password
-System VM Box
The System VM password is displayed
immediately.
Select an extension to view
it’s Password.
Select Extension
-Ext 20
Ext 23-Ext 21
Ext 24-Ext 22
Ext 25-
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Configuring System Voicemail Box
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Lines]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[System VM Box]
Select Option
-Outgoing Line Priority
-PABX Group
-System VM Box
Scroll
Select the Line(s) which are to be
answered by the System Answering
Machine when it is enabled
System VM Box
-Access 1
-Line 1
-Line 2
Note: To utilise the Voicemail features on the BT Versatility, you must purchase the optional
Voicemail module
Enabling System Voicemail Box
From Extension 20 in idle menu Scroll
down and select
-Internal call
-Redial last number
-Saved numbers
[System VM Box]
Scroll down and select
-Night service
-System VM Box
-Divert
[System VM Box]
Scroll
Once enabled extension 20 idle
menu appears as shown
-System VM box
-Internal call
-Redial last number
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Assigning Voicemail Extensions
Note: To utilise the Voicemail features on the BT Versatility,
you must purchase and install the optional Voicemail module
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select [Extension]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[Voice Boxes]
Select Option
-Individual CLI Stores
-System Speed No O/ride
-Voice Boxes
Scroll
Select the Extensions which are to be
assigned individual Voicemail Boxes
Select Extension
-Ext 20
Ext 23-Ext 21
Ext 24-Ext 22
Ext 25[To Select an extension(s) select
the diamond next to it ]
Assigning Voicemail Capacities
Note: The system assigns a limit of 20 Messages per Voicemail Box,
this may be modified if required as follows
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select
[System]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Scroll down and select
[System VM Capacity]
Select Option
-V24 Baud Rate
-VM Capacity
-Account Codes
Scroll
Enter the required number of
messages allowed per extension
20
Enter VM Cap. 10-50
-Exit
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Programming Personal Speed Dials
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the Idle Menu
Select the Directory Key
Directory
--Directories--Personal Speed Dial
-System Speed Dial
-Personal Entries
-System Entries
Select
[Personal Entries]
- Personal Entries
Enter the Speed Dial number index to
modify an existing entry or a new index
to create a new entry
Enter SPD Index 01-30
1. Enter Number
2. Enter Name
3. Confirm
Note: Speed Dial Numbers may be entered from any extension, however the entry of System Speed
Dial numbers is password protected with the Administrator Password.
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Programming System Speed Dials
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the Idle Menu
Select the Directory Key
Directory
--Directories--Personal Speed Dial
-System Speed Dial
-Personal Entries
-System Entries
Select
[System Entries]
- Password Requested
- Enter Password
Enter the Speed Dial number index to
modify an existing entry or a new index
to create a new entry
Enter SPD Index 001-500
1. Enter Number
2. Enter Name
3. Confirm
Select the outgoing group
(normally the first group)
• Outgoing group
• Outgoing group 2 (760)
• Outgoing group 3 (761)
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Power Fail Operation
Your BT Versatility is provided with a basic power fail mechanism to allow the system to
continue operation in power fail situations.
Analogue Systems
For systems with traditional Analogue (PSTN) Lines two extensions on each extension
module are connected directly to the first two Network Lines on that module as follows:
Line
Extension
1/2
26/27
5/6
34/35
9/10
42/43
13/14
50/51
Digital Systems
Systems populated with Digital (ISDN) Lines only will not operate in Power Fail mode.
These systems MUST be populated with the Optional Battery Back Up unit or an
auxiliary uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
Battery Backup Unit
The Optional BBU available with the BT Versatility will ensure all system configurations
can operate to full capacity for a minimum of 1 hour under normal load conditions.
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Extension Name & Settings
Note: Each Extension on the BT Versatility System may be configured with different settings.
This section describes how to change the Extension names and list the key settings that may be
configured. Please refer to the full User Manual for further instruction if required.
Instruction
Action
Menu Display
From the System Programming
Sub Menu Select
[Extension]
Select Option
-System
-Extensions
-Lines
Select
[Name Programming]
Select Option
-Name Programming
-Restriction Classes
-Tone Protect
Select the required Extension and
enter the name required
Select Extension
-Ext 20
Ext 23-Ext 21
Ext 24-Ext 22
Ext 25-
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Additional Extension Settings
See the table below for a full range of settings. The following parameters may
be also be set on an extension by extension basis. Refer to the full ‘User
Manual’ for detailed programming instructions if required.
25 Hz
This allows the ringing frequency to be changed from 25 to 50 Hz.
The default setting is 25Hz however some older phone equipment
may require 50 Hz for ringing this setting should only be applied if a
telephone does not ring correctly at 25 Hzv
3.1 kHz Extension
Allows an outgoing call to be set for 3.1Khz minimum bandwidth. It is
advisable to set this for extensions equipped with a Fax or Modem
Extension Disconnect
Removes an unpopulated extension from all ring maps
Hot Line
Allows an extension to be set to call a pre-programmed number when
the extension goes off hook. Typically used for unsupervised
reception areas or fax machines
Individual CLI Stores
The administrator can decide which extensions have individual CLI
stores
Key Pad Feedback
Allows the keypad tones to be switched on/off on an extension by
extension basis.
Manager/Secretary
Allows specific features to be mapped between a manager and
secretary for improved functionality
No Call Logging
Prevents calls to or from this extension from being stored in the
system call logging information
External Diversions
This prevents or allows extensions from setting up diverts externally
and also prevents an extension from making dual trunk calls, such as
External Transfer, Conference or Consultation
Open Door Restriction
An extension can be restricted from Opening the Door if a remote
door opening system is installed
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Page Protect
Removes an extension from the paging group
Permanent CLIR
Allows an extension to be set so that it never sends the CLI number
when making an outgoing call (CLIR)
Permanent COLR
Allows an extension to be set so that it never shows the CLI number
during a connected incoming cal (COLR)
Port Swapping
Allows 2 extensions to be swapped on the system for administration
or programming purposes
Restrict use of PA
Prevents an extension from accessing the PA System if connected to
the system
Reverse Cadence
Allows the administrator to swap the ringing cadence used for
internal and external calls
Set Restriction Classes
Allows Call Restrictions to be placed on an extension by extension
basis. Different rules can be applied day and night if required
Sys Speed Dial O/Ride
Allows an extension to dial a number from the System Store even if
that area code is normally barred from that extension
Tele-Secretary
Allows the call recipient see who the call is for before answering, this
feature is ideal where one secretary answers calls on behalf of several
managers
Tone Protect
Allows an extension to be protected from tones at all times
Voice Boxes
Allows the administrator decide which extensions have individual
Voicemail Boxes
Extension Reset
You can cancel the following if they have been programmed on your
set, Do Not Disturb, Call Divert, Ring Back, Display Messaging,
Reminder Call
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Versatility Numbering plan
Code
Feature
100- 109
Phantom voice boxes
110 – 117
First S0 bus numbering
120 – 127
Second S0 bus numbering
130 - 137
Third S0 bus numbering
140 - 147
Fourth S0 numbering
150 - 159
First 10 VoIP Extensions
160 - 169
Second 10 VoIP Extensions
170 -173
Last 4 VoIP Extensions
180- 189
Group 1- 10
190- 199
Group 11 - 20
20-29
Extensions 1-10
30-39
Extensions 11-20
40-49
Extensions 21- 30
50- 51
Extensions 31 and 32
52
Long Line Extension
9
Line Access (Line Group 1)
0
Extension 20
710
Voice module number
711
Retrieving Voice Messages
712
Pick up a parked call
713
Extension Lock on / off
714
Extension Lock Code Programming
715
Voice Call
716
Page All Featurephones
717
External Paging Answer
718
Call Reminder
718*
Cancel Reminder call
719
Return to call placed on system hold
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Code
Feature
720
Call to a PA amplifier
721
Transfer for Remote maintenance
R 722
Forward Recall analogue lines
723
Log in / Log out of Hunt groups
724
CLIR on an individual call for a standard telephone
725
Tone protection
726
Call Pick Up external
727
Call Pick Up Group
728
Keypad protocol programming on a programmable key
729
Display messaging
731
Operate the doorstrike
732
Call Divert All Calls
733
Call Divert on Busy
734
Call Divert on No Answer
735
Call Divert - Follow Me
736
Do not Disturb Set / cancel
737
System Voicemail box on/off
738
Night Service on / off
739
Phone Reset
7401 - 7430
Personal speed dial Recall
7501 - 7530
Personal Speed Dial Programme
760 - 769
Line Groups 2 - 11
77
Last number Redial
781- 785
Saved numbers Redial
791
Account Codes
792
Group Divert All Calls
793
Group Divert on Busy
794
Group Divert on No Answer
795
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Code
Feature
8001 - 8500
System speed dials
R
Call hold (Standard Phone)
R1
Return and release in two call handling
R2
Return and hold in two call handling
R3
Call Conference
R5
Ring back
R8
Forced call waiting
R 712
Call park
R725
Tone protection
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Configuring the Internet Module
This section describes how to configure basis Network Settings on the
Internet Module to enable you to connect to the Internet, and to an ISDN
or ADSL Internet Service, assuming that you accept all default Internal
Network Settings. Please refer to the Internet Module User Manual
provided on the enclosed CD-ROM if you need to configure additional
options on the Internet Module.
• When the Internet Module is
installed and running run the
Wizard tool on a PC connected
to the system via the
V.24/Serial Port Interface.
• When you run the application
Screen 1 will be displayed.
From this screen Select the
‘Installation Wizard’
Screen 1
In the next screen displayed (Screen 2), select either ISDN or ADSL
depending on the type of connection you have to the Internet.
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ADSL Service
Ensure the Internet Module is connected to an ADSL Modem that is
working correctly with the ADSL Service.
• Set Profile Name
(<20 characters)
• Set Username
• Set Password
• Enable the Profile
The service is now configured.
Screen 2
ISDN Service
Ensure the ISDN Lines are connected and working through the BT
Versatility System.
• Set Profile Name
(<20 characters)
• Set Username
• Set Password
• Set the Phone Number of
the ISP
• Enable the Profile
The service is now configured.
Screen 3
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BT Versatility
Get started user guide
BT Versatility Wizard Management Tool
The BT Versatility Wizard Management Tool enables the system
administrator to program and modify system configuration through a
simple User Interface. The application contains extensive Help Files that
will guide you through key system settings. BT Versatility Wizard is
installed from the CD-ROM provided with your BT Versatility System.
• The application may be run at any time by inserting the CD-ROM and
selecting Start/Programs/BT Versatility Wizard in the Start Menu on
the PC.
• The Administrator’s PC must be connected to the BT Versatility using the
supplied Communications cable between the serial port on the PC and
the BT Versatility.
• When the application is running you must establish a connection to the
BT Versatility by choosing: Connection / Connect
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BT Versatility
Get started user guide
In the menu options select the settings as shown (using the assigned Com
port on the PC).
Once the connection is established you will view information live on the
system.
All available settings may be modified or updated without affecting calls in
progress on the system.
Once a setting is modified you must SEND this to the BT Versatility. This
may be done by:
• Selecting ‘Send Changes’ to send all updated fields
• Highlighting particular fields and selecting ‘Send Selected’
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The telecommunications services described in this publication
are subject to availability and may be modified from time to time.
Services and equipment are provided subject to British
Telecommunications plc’s respective standard conditions of contract.
Nothing in this publication forms any part of any contract.
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Registered office: 81 Newgate Street, London EC1A 7AJ
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