3.12 Other Features
3.12 Other Features
3.12.1 Time Service
Time service modes are used by many PBX features to determine how they will function during different
times of day. For example, incoming calls can be directed to sales staff during the day and to a Voice Mail at
night, extension users can be prohibited from making long-distance calls during lunch time, etc.
There are 3 time service modes—day, night, and lunch.
Though it is possible to set/cancel Time mode through Web Maintenance Console as well as confirm the
current Time mode, operations by a feature number are also possible using one of the following methods:
[Time mode set/cancel] Manager extension Only
After a dial tone is heard, enter the Time Service (Day / Lunch / Night) Switch feature number and dial the
desired Time Mode (Refer to 2.1.2 Programming by Dial for Manager)
After the caller hears the confirmation tone, the present mode will be announced and the call will be
[Confirm Time mode] Manager extension Only
After a dial tone is heard, enter the Time Service (Day / Lunch / Night) Switch feature number and dial #
(Refer to 2.1.2 Programming by Dial for Manager)
After a confirmation tone is heard, the call will be disconnected.
The current time service mode can switch automatically to another
time service mode at the time assigned in the Time Table. It is
possible, however, to switch time service modes manually. Whether
time service modes are normally switched manually or automatically
is determined through system programming.
In regards to automatic mode switching, the start time of Day Mode,
Lunch Mode, and Night Mode can be set through Web Maintenance
Console. For Day Mode, in order to divide the time zone, it is
possible to set two start times (Day Mode 1 and Day Mode 2).
Automatic mode will continue even if the time service mode is
switched manually when the automatic mode is enabled.
2.2.3 PBX Configuration—[1-3] System—Week Table
3.12.2 CDR (Call Detail Record)
This function records the information of outgoing and incoming call numbers, etc. for all calls to a csv file.
System users can confirm the necessary information by utilizing Macros and tools with this csv file.
Each mode will operate from its
start time until the next mode's