Section 200 - General Description
Users can program any of their one-touch keys for speed-dialing. There's Personal Speed Dial
codes which can be different on each extension (up to 20 SSDs per phone). There's also
System Speed Dial codes (up to 800) that can be used by everyone. Some of the wonderful
things you can do with these speed-dial codes in programming:
Set individual extensions to be able to override TRS restrictions with SSD numbers.
Chain SSDs and SSDs together (useful for entering account codes, navigating through
automated answering machines, etc.).
Divide the SSDs into blocks and assign them to different phone areas.
Set the system to automatically select a trunk whenever an SSD or PSD is dialled.
Saves time and increases productivity by allowing one-touch dialing of frequently-
Use the Station Lockout feature to limit use of your phone by others when you are away from
your telephone. When the Station Lockout feature is in use, the TRS (Toll Barring) Class of your
telephone is changed. Anyone using your telephone is limited to the calling abilities defined by
this Lockout TRS (Call barring) Class.
In addition, with the appropriate COS, you can set or cancel Station Lockout for other telephone.
Saves the telephone cost unexpected used by others.
TEXT MESSAGE/MESSAGE REPLY
You can send a text message to a key telephone with a display when you are sending call
waiting signal (Auto camp-on or manual camp-on). To reply message is also available.
The ICX's Transfer feature allows station users to transfer their outside line or inter-station calls
without attendant intervention. Transferring calls can be either supervised by the user (who waits
for the third party to answer, then announces the call before transferring it) or unsupervised (user
hangs up before the third party answers). If the third party doesn't pick up, the call will return to
the extension that originated the transfer. If that extension doesn't answer it either, the call will
return to the Attendant Group.
ICX (International) issued December 1999
Chapter 4 - Station Features