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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 Dialing keys (II to IV) Key II: factory preset for internal calls 2 Display in idle status (example) 3 Battery charge level e V U (1/3 charged to fully charged) Flashes: batteries almost empty e V U Flashes: battery charging...
  • Page 3: Gigaset E365 Base Station At A Glance

    Gigaset E365 base station at a glance Gigaset E365 base station at a glance Index card Loudspeaker é õ Direct Dialing/SOS key with Delete key: Delete the current message SOS LED (see page 22) during message playback, or delete all old ê...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Special features Setting up the answering machine . . . 28 of the Gigaset E365 ... . 8 Resetting fast access on the answering machine to Network Voice Mail ..28 SOS mode .
  • Page 5 Contents Operating the base station on a PABX ....34 Appendix ....35 Care .
  • Page 6: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Use only the power supply unit supplied as indicated on the underside of the device. Only insert UL- approved rechargeable nickel-metal hydride (NiMH) AAA batter- ies. Never use ordinary (non-rechargeable) batteries as they may pose a health hazard or cause injury.
  • Page 7 Safety precautions ƒ If you give your Gigaset E365 to a third party you should also give them the operating instructions. Dispose of batteries and the phone carefully. Do not pollute the environment. Emergency numbers cannot be dialed if the keypad lock is activated!
  • Page 8: Notes On The Operating Instructions

    Notes on the operating instructions Notes on the operating instructions This section explains the meaning of cer- tain symbols and typographical conven- tions that are used in this user guide. Symbols and conventions used Enter digits or letters. The display keys' current func- §Menu§...
  • Page 9: Special Features Of The Gigaset E365

    Index card for labeling the SOS/Direct Dialing keys (reverse side of user guide) SOS mode Your Gigaset E365 is equipped with a special SOS function or SOS procedure. Use this SOS function to request assistance in case of emergency. You can store up to four SOS num- bers.
  • Page 10 SOS mode SOS procedure The SOS procedure operates as described below. Press the SOS/Direct Dialing key é of the base station and the device immediately dials. You must press and hold the SOS/Direct Dialing key é of the handset to immediately launch the function.
  • Page 11: Gigaset E365 - More Than Just A Telephone

    Gigaset E365 – more than just a telephone Gigaset E365 – First steps more than just a telephone Package contents Your phone not only enables you to store up to 100 telephone numbers (page 21), The product includes one Gigaset E365...
  • Page 12: Connecting The Base Station

    First steps Connecting the base station Setting up the handset for use ¤ First connect the power adapter and Carry out the following steps for each then the phone jack as shown below, handset. and place the cables into the cable recesses.
  • Page 13 First steps Placing the handset into the base Attaching the belt clip station and registering There are notches for attaching the belt clip on the side of the handset at the same height as the direct dialing keys. ¤ Press the belt clip onto the back of the handset so that the protrusions on the belt clip engage the notches.
  • Page 14 Which headsets are compatible? when the base station you want to register The following headsets have been tested the handset to is not being used to make a with the Gigaset E365: call. Plantronics MX200 – Pressing a key cancels automatic registra- Plantronics MX250 tion.
  • Page 15: Area Codes

    First steps Area codes Date and time Setting the time format To call back a caller using the incoming calls list (page 25), your phone's area You can set the date/time to the 12-hour code ("local area code") must be stored. If format (12-hour display and the MM/DD/ your phone is in a "multiple area code"...
  • Page 16: Menu Tree

    Menu tree Menu tree There are two ways to select a function: Using number combinations ("shortcuts") ¤ 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 17 Menu tree Settings 6-1 Date/Time 6-1-1 Set Date/ Time 6-1-2 Time Format 6-2 Direct Dial 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...
  • Page 18: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls Caller ID When you receive a call, the caller's number and/or name is displayed on the Making external calls screen if you have arranged Caller ID (CID) and ending calls with your network provider. The screen displays Ext.
  • Page 19: Handsfree Operation

    Operating the handset Handsfree operation Control key on the handset After entering the phone number, you can make immediate calls (the d key lights up permanently) in handsfree mode by pressing the Handsfree key d. Toggle between earpiece and handsfree mode during a call and when playing back the answering machine by pressing the d 1 Control key...
  • Page 20: Display Keys

    Operating the handset Display keys Using the menus The current display functions are shown in Your telephone's functions are accessed the bottom display line in reversed high- using a menu that has a number of levels. lights. The functions of the display keys change depending on the particular oper- Main menu (first menu level) ¤...
  • Page 21: Writing And Editing A Text Message

    Operating the handset Writing and editing a text Order of directory entries message Directory entries are usually sorted in alphabetical order. Spaces and digits take The following rules apply when writing a first priority. The sort order is as follows: 1.
  • Page 22: Correcting Incorrect Entries

    Using the directory, Direct Dialing keys, and lists Using the directory, Correcting incorrect entries Direct Dialing keys, and lists Navigate to the wrong input with the Control key if û is displayed. Press to delete the character to §Delete§ A directory, last number redial list, calls the left of the cursor.
  • Page 23: Direct Dialing And Sos Keys

    Using the directory, Direct Dialing keys, and lists Dialing with the directory A successful transfer is confirmed by a ¢ ¢ message and confirmation tone on the q (Select entry; page 21) receiving handset. Managing directory entries Adding a displayed number to the directory You have selected an entry (page 21).
  • Page 24 Using the directory, Direct Dialing keys, and lists Storing/changing Direct Dialing/SOS With to continue the procedure §Yes§ keys With to continue with Label with §No§ Internal Call You can assign external phone numbers Enter or edit the number, if and the internal call function to the Direct necessary, and press §OK§...
  • Page 25: Last Number Redial List

    Using the directory, Direct Dialing keys, and lists Managing entries in the last number Note: redial list The emergency call text that the recipient of your emergency call hears consists of two or Press the Display key. §Redial§ three text parts. The called party first hears Select an entry.
  • Page 26 Using the directory, Direct Dialing keys, and lists Calls/answering machine list List entry Requirement: CIP (page 17) Example of a list entry: Depending on the list type selected, the New Call calls list contains 1234567890 Answered calls §Back§ §Menu Answering machine calls Status of entry Depending on the list type selected, the In the calls list...
  • Page 27: Operating The Base Station Answering Machine

    Operating the base station answering machine Cancel recording with a or Operating the base station . Restart §Back§ the recording with §OK§ answering machine Press the display key to end §OK§ the recording. You can operate the answering machine After recording, the announcement is via the handset or using the keys on your played back for you to check.
  • Page 28 Operating the base station answering machine Playing back messages Marking a message as new You can mark a message you have already The date and time of each message is heard as new. logged (provided this has been set – see During message playback: page 14).
  • Page 29: Activating/Deactivating Call Screening

    Operating the base station answering machine Activating/deactivating call Please remember: You can set your telephone so that the screening first ringer is suppressed for all calls (page 32). In this case, the time selected While a message is recording, you can lis- for call answering predetermines how ten to it on the loudspeakers in the base long the caller must wait before the...
  • Page 30: Using The Network Mailbox

    You can register up to four handsets to your base station. Using the network mailbox to Automatically registering the handset to the Gigaset E365 base station, see set fast access page 12. With fast access, you can dial either your...
  • Page 31: Making Internal Calls

    Using several handsets Ending paging Transferring a call to another handset/ internal consultation Briefly press the Registration/Paging key ù of the base station (page 2) or press You are calling an external subscriber. the Talk key c of the handset. ¤...
  • Page 32: Listening In On An External Call

    Handset settings Listening in on an external call Screensaver You want to listen in on an existing exter- When this function is activated, the time is nal call. displayed in digital in idle mode, filling the entire screen. Requirement: The function Listening in ¢...
  • Page 33: Changing Ringers

    Handset settings Changing ringers Advisory tones Volume: Your handset uses ‘advisory tones’ to inform you of different operations and Five volume levels (1- 5; e.g., volume 2 = ˆ) and "off" statuses. The following advisory tones can Ú ‰ ). be activated and deactivated independ- (volume 0 = ently of each other:...
  • Page 34: Using The Handset As An Alarm Clock

    Base station settings Base station settings Using the handset as an alarm clock The base station settings are changed using a registered handset. Activating/deactivating the alarm clock Requirement: Changing the system PIN The time is set according to the chosen time format (12-hour or 24-hour format) You must enter the system PIN when regis- (see page 14).
  • Page 35: Restoring The Base Station To Factory Settings

    Operating the base station on a PABX Restoring the base station to Changing the pause after line seizure You can set the length of the pause factory settings between pressing the Talk key c and sending the phone number. When the settings are restored, all hand- ¢...
  • Page 36: Appendix

    Appendix Appendix Troubleshooting If you have any questions about using your phone, visit us anytime at Care The ¤ table below contains a list of common Wipe the base station and handset with problems and possible solutions. a damp cloth (do not use solvent) or an antistatic cloth.
  • Page 37: Technical Data

    Appendix General specifications You hear an error tone when keying an input (a descending sequence of tones). DECT 6.0 is supported Action has failed/invalid input. ¥ Range up to 984 feet outdoors Repeat the operation. and up to 164 feet indoors Watch the display and refer to the operat- ing instructions, if necessary.
  • Page 38: Safety Precautions

    Appendix A copy of the supplier's Declaration of Conform- tric shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on this product. ity (SDoC) is available at this Internet address: 11. To reduce the risk of electric shock or burns, do not disassemble this product. Take it to a The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication qualified service center when service is of the maximum number of devices allowed to...
  • Page 39: Service (Customer Care)

    Appendix be toxic if swallowed. 5. Exercise care in handling the batteries in order not to short the batteries with conducting materials such as rings, bracelets, and keys. The batteries or conducting material may overheat and cause burns or fire. 6.
  • Page 40 Appendix 3. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT – Performance of the Products when used in combination with other products or equip- COVER AND IS VOID WITH RESPECT ment not manufactured, supplied or author- TO THE FOLLOWING: ized by Distributor. – Cosmetic damage, physical damage to the –...
  • Page 41 Appendix 5. LIMITATION OF WARRANTY 7. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES Distributor or Gigaset Communications makes DISTRIBUTOR AND ITS SUPPLIERS (INCLUDING no warranty or representation that the soft- GIGASET COMMUNICATIONS) PROVIDE THE ware in the Products will meet your require- PRODUCT AND SUPPORT SERVICES (IF ANY) AS ments or will work in combination with any IS AND WITH ALL FAULTS.
  • Page 43: Wall Mounting For Base Station

    Wall mounting for base station Wall mounting for base station...
  • Page 44: Index

    Index Index Canceling (operation) ... . Care of the telephone ... . Changing PIN ....Changing system PIN .
  • Page 45 Index fast access ....Handsfree key ....Fast access keypad lock .
  • Page 46 Index storing in directory Sending entry to handset ..Setting On/Off key ..... . date .