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Gigaset Communications GmbH
Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt
Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG
© Gigaset Communications GmbH 2008
All rights reserved.
Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved.



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  • Page 1 Issued by Gigaset Communications GmbH Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG © Gigaset Communications GmbH 2008 Gigaset All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved. E365...
  • Page 2: The Handset At A Glance

    The handset at a glance The handset at a glance 1 Direct dialling keys (II to IV) 2 Display in idle status (example) 3 Battery charge level e V U (1/3 charged to fully charged) flashes: battery almost flat e V U flashes: battery charging 4 Display keys (page 15) 5 Control key (page 15)
  • Page 3: E365 Base Station At A Glance

    E365 base station at a glance E365 base station at a glance Index card Loudspeaker é õ Direct dialling/SOS key with Delete key: Delete the current message SOS LED (see page 17) during message playback or all old mes- ê ... ì sages in idle status.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Setting up the SMS centre ..24 Gigaset E365 ....6 SMS to a PABX ....25 SOS mode .
  • Page 5 Contents Base station settings ..34 Changing the system PIN ..34 Changing ringtones ....35 Restoring the base station to factory settings .
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Caution: Read the safety precautions and the user guide before use. Explain their contents to your children as well as the potential hazards associated with using the telephone. Only use the mains adapter supplied, as indicated on the underside of the base station.
  • Page 7: Special Features Of The Gigaset E365

    (reverse side of user guide) SOS mode Your Gigaset E365 is equipped with a special SOS function or SOS procedure. You can use this SOS procedure to request assistance in case of emergency. You can store up to four SOS numbers.
  • Page 8 SOS mode SOS procedure The way the SOS procedure operates is described below. Press the SOS/direct dialling key é on the base station and the device dials immedi- ately. You have to press and hold the SOS/direct dialling key é on the handset to launch the function immediately.
  • Page 9: Gigaset E365 - More Than Just A Telephone

    Gigaset E365 – more than just a telephone Gigaset E365 – First steps more than just a telephone Pack contents Your phone not only enables you to send and receive text messages over the fixed The packaging contains a Gigaset E365...
  • Page 10: Connecting The Base Station

    The phone could also malfunction or be damaged as a result of using batteries that are not of the recommended type. * Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG. ¤ Fit the batteries with the correct polar- ity (see diagram).
  • Page 11 First steps Placing the handset in the base station Attaching the belt clip and registering There are notches for attaching the belt clip on the side of the handset at the same Requirement: the handset must not height as the display. already be registered on any base station.
  • Page 12 First steps ¤ To charge the batteries, leave the hand- Please remember: set in the charging cradle on the Always repeat the charging and dis- base station. charging procedure if you remove the batteries from the handset and re- Notes: insert them.
  • Page 13: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree There are two ways to select a function: Using number combinations ("shortcut") ¤ To open the main menu, press with the handset in idle status. §Menu§ ¤ Enter the number combination that is in front of the function in the menu tree. ¤...
  • Page 14 Menu tree Settings 6-1 Date/Time 6-2 Direct Diall. Keys 6-3 Language 6-4 Jumbo Font 6-5 Emergency Call Mode 6-6 Emergency Numbers 6-7 Handset 6-7-1 Screen Saver 6-7-2 Auto Answer 6-7-3 Register Handset 6-7-4 Reset Handset 6-8 Base 6-8-1 Audio Settings 6-8-1-1 Loud Speaker 6-8-1-2 Ringer Volume 6-8-1-3 Ringer Melody...
  • Page 15: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls – CLIP (calling line identification pres- entation): the caller's number is dis- played – CNIP (calling name identification Making an external call/ending a presentation): the caller's name is call displayed You have arranged CLIP or CNIP with External calls are calls using the public tel- your network provider.
  • Page 16: Operating The Handset

    Operating the handset Operating the handset In lists and menus t / s Scroll up/down line by line. In an input field Switching the handset on/off t / s Move the cursor left or right. Press and hold the end During an external call call key.
  • Page 17: Returning To Idle Status

    Using the directory, direct dialling keys and lists Returning to idle status Correcting incorrect entries Navigate to the wrong input with the You want to return to idle status from any- control key if û is displayed. where in the menu: Press the end call key a and hold.
  • Page 18: Direct Dialling And Sos Keys

    Using the directory, direct dialling keys and lists Storing a number in the directory Sending the directory to another ¢ ¢ ¢ handset New Entry §Menu§ §OK§ ¢ ¢ ~ (Enter number) §OK§ ¢ ¢ Requirements: ~ (Enter name) §OK§ The sending and receiving handsets must both be registered on the same Selecting a directory entry...
  • Page 19 Using the directory, direct dialling keys and lists on the handset by pressing the corre- Use Number sponding direct dialling key and the Edit or add to a stored number. Then talk key c. dial or use other functions with §Menu§...
  • Page 20: Last Number Redial List

    Using the directory, direct dialling keys and lists Changing/deleting SOS numbers Dialling from the last number redial list Requirement: SOS mode is activated. Press the display key. §Redial§ ¢ ¢ ¢ Settings Emergency §Menu§ §OK§ ¢ ¢ Select an entry. Numbers Edit Entry/Delete §Menu§...
  • Page 21 Using the directory, direct dialling keys and lists ‘ page 12). The display key will List entry become available again after a new entry Example of a list entry: is received in one of the lists. New Call Note: 1234567890 If calls are stored in the network mailbox you will receive a message if the appropriate set- §Back§...
  • Page 22: Automatic Network Provider Code (Preselection)

    Automatic network provider code (preselection) Displaying CNIP information However, if you want, for example, that 081 is still dialled without preselection, If you have arranged CNIP with your net- enter 081 for "Without Preselect". work provider, you can display the name and location registered for this number Storing preselection numbers with your network provider.
  • Page 23: Sms (Text Messages)

    SMS (text messages) SMS (text messages) Registering with the registration wizard Your unit is supplied ready for you to send text messages immediately. You can use the registration wizard to reg- ister with all service providers whose Requirements: number you have entered to send and Calling line identification presentation receive SMS messages.
  • Page 24: Receiving An Sms

    SMS (text messages) Writing/editing an SMS Note: You are reading an SMS in the draft mes- If you are interrupted by an external call while writing an SMS, the text is automatically saved sage list. in the draft message list. Press the display key.
  • Page 25: Setting Up The Sms Centre

    SMS (text messages) An entry in the list is displayed as follows Replying to or forwarding for example: text messages 01/02 You are reading an SMS (page 24). 1234567890 Press the display key. §Menu§ §Back§ §Menu You have the following options: 01/02: Current Number of the SMS currently in Reply the display / total number of new SMS...
  • Page 26: Sms To A Pabx

    SMS (text messages) SMS to a PABX SMS troubleshooting You can only receive an SMS when call- Error codes when sending ing line identification presentation If an SMS cannot be sent for a longer (page 14) is forwarded to the extension period of time, it is moved to the incoming of the PABX (CLIP).
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    SMS (text messages) Self-help with errors The following table lists error situations and possible causes and provides notes on troubleshooting. You cannot send messages. 1. You have not requested the CLIP service (calling line identification presentation, page 14). ¥ Ask your service provider to enable this service.
  • Page 28: Operating The Base Station Answering Machine

    Operating the base station answering machine Operating the base station After recording, the announcement is played back for you to check. answering machine Please remember: Recording ends automatically when You can operate the answering machine the max. recording time of via the handset or using the keys on your 170 seconds is reached or if there is a base station (page 2).
  • Page 29: Activating/Deactivating Call Screening

    Operating the base station answering machine Playing back new messages Deleting messages New messages that have not yet been You can delete old messages either all heard are indicated by a message on the together or individually. display. The ö key flashes on the base station.
  • Page 30: Setting Up The Answering Machine

    Operating the base station answering machine Switching off call screening for the Setting the recording time current recording You can set the maximum recording time of a message. Press the end call key. You can choose: sec, sec, 120 sec Setting up the answering Maximum.
  • Page 31: Using The Network Mailbox

    You can register up to four handsets on your base station. Using the network mailbox for Automatic registration Gigaset E36 on Gigaset E365, see page 10. setting speed dialling Manual registration Gigaset E36 on With speed dialling, you can direct dial...
  • Page 32: Locating A Handset ("Paging")

    Using several handsets Locating a handset ("Paging") Answering an internal call Your phone rings and the internal number You can locate your handset using the of the caller is displayed on the screen, for base station. example 2. If the call is coming from the ¤...
  • Page 33: Listening In To An External Call

    Handset settings Handset settings Accepting a waiting call If you get an external call while conduct- Your handset comes with default settings. ing an internal call, you will hear the call You can change the individual settings. waiting tone (short tone). The caller's number or name will appear in the display if calling line identification is enabled.
  • Page 34: Adjusting The Loudspeaker Volume

    Handset settings Adjusting the loudspeaker Setting ringer melody volume Set different ringer melodies for external calls, internal calls and the alarm clock. ¢ ¢ ¢ You can set the loudspeaker volume for Audio Settings Ringer §§Menu§ §OK§ ¢ ¢ handsfree talking and the earpiece vol- Melody External Calls §OK§...
  • Page 35: Using The Handset As An Alarm Clock

    Base station settings Restoring the handset default Battery warning tone: The battery requires charging. settings You cannot deactivate the confirmation tone for placing the handset in the You can reset any individual settings and base station. changes that you have made. This will not affect entries in the directory, calls list, or Activating/deactivating advisory tones SMS lists or the handset's registration on...
  • Page 36: Changing Ringtones

    Operating the base station on the PABX Changing ringtones Switching temporarily to dual-tone multifrequency dialling (DTMF) Volume: If your PABX is still using pulse dialling You can choose between five volumes, (PD) but tone dialling is required for a con- see page 33.
  • Page 37: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Care ¤ Wipe the base station and handset with a damp cloth (do not use solvent) or an Symbols and typographical antistatic cloth. conventions used Never use a dry cloth. This can cause static. This section explains the meaning of cer- tain symbols and typographical conven- Contact with liquid tions that are used in this user guide.
  • Page 38: Customer Service & Product Warranty - Australia And New Zealand

    Appendix Customer service & product is flashing in the display. Base warranty – Australia and New 1. The handset is outside the range of the base station. ¥ Zealand Move the handset closer to the base. 2. The base station is not switched on. ¥...
  • Page 39: Product Warranty

    Appendix Product Warranty – Any claim under this warranty is limited to the cost of repair or Subject to the conditions below, this pro- replacement of the product; and duct is guaranteed against any defect in – If the goods are found to be in sound materials or workmanship under conditi- working order by the authorised ser- ons of normal use for a period of 24...
  • Page 40: Technical Data

    Appendix Technical data Writing and editing a text message Recommended batteries The following rules apply when writing a (Valid at the time of going to press) text message: Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH): The cursor is controlled with t s. Sanyo Twicell 650 Characters are added to the left of the Sanyo Twicell 700 cursor.
  • Page 41 Appendix Order of directory entries The directory entries are usually sorted in alphabetical order. Spaces and digits take first priority. The sort order is as follows: 1. Space (shown here as s) 2. Digits (0–9) 3. Letters (alphabetical) 4. Other characters To get round the alphabetical order of the entries, insert a space or a digit in front of the name.
  • Page 42: Accessories

    Accessories Accessories Gigaset E36 handset Upgrade your Gigaset to a cordless telephone system. Gigaset E36 handset Large keys, illuminated keypad Text and symbols are shown clearly in large type on the display Jumbo digits (uppercase) Direct dialling keys Compatibility with hearing aids (HAC) Handsfree operation Phonebook for around 100 entries SMS (prerequisite: CLIP available)
  • Page 43: Index

    Index Index Cancelling (operation) ... . Care of the telephone ... . Changing PIN ....Changing system PIN .
  • Page 44 Index end call key ....handsfree key ....Earpiece volume .
  • Page 45 Index setting melody ....setting volume ... . Name suppressing ....displaying caller's name (CNIP) .
  • Page 46 Index Talk key ......Technical data ....Text message, see SMS Tone dialling .