Chapter 4 - Station Features
To pick up a camped-on call, either hang up from the current call and then go off-hook again, or
put the current call on hold. You'll be automatically connected to the caller.
Users only have to call a busy extension once. They don't have to wait for the station
to become free, or interrupt the current call, to transfer a waiting call to it.
Any user who wants to be notified of another call, without the current caller being
aware of it
Attendants who don't have time to wait for extensions to become free before
transferring calls to them
Users can include other parties in an existing call. The ICX offers 3-Party Conferencing which
can consist of:
1 extension + 2 CO lines
2 extensions + 1 CO line
There's also 8-Party Conferencing with 1 extension and up to 7 exchange lines, or up to 8
extensions. This requires an extra Conference Card (VB-44120) installed in the ICX cabinet.
Employees in separate buildings who want to hold meetings over the phone
Telemarketing applications where a station user needs to conference-in a Supervisor
DND enables station users to stop all transferred intercom and CO calls from ringing their
station, but still be able to make outgoing calls. Anyone who calls the DND station will hear a
distinctive busy signal. But individual phones can be programmed with the ability to override
DND settings on other phones.
Enables a user to quickly and easily initiate privacy for important meetings, etc.
DP-TO-DTMF SIGNAL CONVERSION
While on a DP (dial pulse) trunk, a user can switch to DTMF (dual tone multi-frequency) signaling
by pressing the
connecting to an automated answering system such as Voice Mail, Auto Attendant, etc.
You can program the ICX to automatically change DP to DTMF tones based on incoming and
outgoing timer programming.
Users can send DTMF signal to the other party (such as a bank computer or Voice
Mail) to specify service numbers.
or # key. DTMF signaling is required whenever additional digits are dialled after
ICX (International) issued December 1999
Section 200 - General Description