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THE FUJITSU 9924
QUICK REFERENCE
USERGUIDE

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    THE FUJITSU 9924 QUICK REFERENCE USERGUIDE...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    USERGUIDE CONTENTS: THE PERMANENT FUNCTION BUTTONS pg.3 pg.3 DROP pg.3 CONF pg.3 TRAN pg.3 REDIAL pg.3 HOLD pg.3 SPKR pg.4 THE MAIN MENU DISPLAY AND FUNCTION BUTTONS pg.5 THE MENU BUTTONS pg.5 pg.5 L-DIR pg.5 CLEAR pg.5 OPTIONS pg.5 MENU pg.5 THE LINE BUTTONS pg.6...

  • Page 3: The Permanent Function Buttons

    THE PERMANENT FUNCTION BUTTONS (Located on the bottom left of your set) : Pressing these buttons will; Decrease/Increase the volume of the receiver when it is being used. Decrease/Increase the volume of the speaker when the SPEAKERPHONE function is being used. : Pressing this button while on an active call will disconnect the call and DROP open the line for another outgoing call (you will receive dialtone again).

  • Page 4: Spkr

    (PERMANENT FUNCTION BUTTONS continued) (Speaker): Pressing this button will; SPKR Put an already active call on SPEAKERPHONE. You can then hang-up the receiver without disconnecting the call. Open an available line for dialing out on SPEAKERPHONE if you are not already on a call.

  • Page 5: Ii. The Main Menu Display And Function Buttons

    II. THE MAIN MENU DISPLAY AND FUNCTION BUTTONS (Located at the top of your set) (This is how the screen will appear with the MAIN MENU Display) 11:56AM SAT AUG 4 • UNA L-DIR CLEAR OPTIONS : Message Waiting Light) Button) MENU MENU...

  • Page 6: The Line Buttons

    (MAIN MENU DISPLAY AND FUNCTION BUTTONS continued) The MENU BUTTONS’ Secondary functions: Once a FUNCTION or PROGRAMMING mode has been selected from the Main Menu or Options display, the buttons under the screen will have secondary functions. The buttons will act differently depending on which mode you are in.

  • Page 7: Icm

    ENTER: The number you want all your calls to forward to. You will hear a stuttered Dial Tone as a confirmation of the programming. (MAIN MENU DISPLAY AND FUNCTION BUTTONS continued) (Intercom): Use this button to intercom others in your group.

  • Page 8: The Una: Unanswered Call Log

    III. THE : UNASWERED CALL LOG (This is how the screen will appear with the Display) 617-495-0001 08-03 11:00am To access the display screen: PRESS: (button 1) on the Main Menu display The display will show the oldest logged call first. The number that called will appear in the upper left, the date in the upper right and the time in the lower right corner of the display.

  • Page 9: The L-dir: Listed Directory Display

    IV. THE : LISTED DIRECTORY DISPLAY L-DIR (This is how the screen will appear when in the Display) L-DIR >01=RECEPTIONIST 02=VOICE MAIL To access the display screen: L-DIR SELECT: (button 2) from the Main Menu display. L-DIR > The display will show the first two numbers in the directory. The will appear next to the selected number (always at the top left of the screen).

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    PRESS : The to select the space where you want to make the entry (if the selected space has been previously programmed, PRESS: (button 3) to clear the CLEAR existing number). PRESS: button to access the secondary functions (once you have become MENU familiar with the secondary functions, you can omit this step from the programming instructions).

  • Page 11: The Options Display

    DISPLAY OPTIONS (This is how the screen will appear when in the DISPLAY) OPTIONS 1:ONE-TOUCH 2:CALANDER 3:INITIAL (SELECT 1-11) To access the display screen: OPTIONS SELECT: (button 4) from the Main Menu display. OPTIONS PRESS: button to access the secondary functions (once you have become MENU familiar with the secondary functions, you can omit the button step from all the...

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    will appear on the screen. And, all “ONE-TOUCH SELECT ASSIGN KEY” Line buttons that are already programmed for dialing will light GREEN. ONE-TOUCH Then, to program the number to a selected Line button: SELECT: The line button you want to program (if it has been previously programmed, PRESS: (button 3) after selecting the Line button, to clear the stored number).

  • Page 13: Calander

    PRESS: The programmed button, and the set will dial the number. PRESS: The programmed button, the SPEAKERPHONE will activate and the set will dial the number. CALANDER This option allows you to set/change the date and time as it appears at the top of the Main Menu display. SELECT: from the Main Menu display.

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    PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER “ ” will appear on the screen. INPUT YEAR ENTER: The last two numbers of the current year using the keypad. PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1).

  • Page 15: Initial

    INITIAL This option is to be used when you want to reinitialize your set. It will completely erase all the programming that has been done to your set, and restore it’s default settings. NOTE: Once this has been done, you will not be abl e to restore/retrieve any of the purged information.

  • Page 16: Una

    “ ” will appear at the bottom of the PRIVATE DATA CLEAR COMPLETED screen, and the stored information will be saved. PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 4) to return to the Main Menu display. EXIT This option allows you to select which unanswered calls will appear in the log.

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    Will appear on the screen. After a few “SUPPORTED(ALL) COMPLETED” seconds the screen will return to the display. OPTIONS PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 4) to return to the Main Menu display. EXIT Or, to enable the feature only on selected lines: PRESS: 2 on the keypad (for...

  • Page 18: Speaker

    PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 4) to return to the Main Menu display. EXIT SPEAKER: This option allows you to activate/deactivate the function of the SPKR button. This option must be activated if you are using a Headset or for the feature I-COM to work.

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    PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER will appear on the screen. After a few seconds “SUPPORTED COMPLETED” the screen will return to the display. OPTIONS PRESS : The button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 4) to return to the Main Menu display.

  • Page 20: Hand/head

    HAND/HEAD: This option allows you the choice to either: Enable the use of a HANDSET, with the button enabled or disabled for regular SPKR SPEAKERPHONE use, Enable the use of a HEADSET, using the button to pick up and disconnect calls. SPKR In this mode you cannot use the SPEAKERPHONE function.

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    PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will appear on the “1:HAND-SET 2:HEAD-SET (SELECT 1-2)” screen. Then, to enable the feature: HAND-SET PRESS: 1 on the keypad (for ) to enable the handset function. HAND-SET PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1).

  • Page 22: Ringer

    RINGER: This option allows you to change both the volume and the tone of the RINGER It will also allow you to change the mode of the when the set is idle or when in RINGER use, to either on or off. SELECT: from the Main Menu display.

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    PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will appear on “1:VOLUME 2:TONE 3:RINGING(SELECT 1-4)” the screen. And, if you: PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will appear on the screen. But, you do not “4:ONE RING (SELECT 1-4)”...

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    will appear on the screen. After a few second, the screen “SOFT COMPLETED” will return to the display. OPTIONS And for MEDIUM PRESS: 2 on the keypad (for ). You will hear one medium ring. MEDIUM PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1).

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    screen And, for PRESS: 1 on the keypad (for ). You will hear a low tone. PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER will appear on the screen. After a few second, the screen “SOFT COMPLETED”...

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    PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will appear on the “1:BELL 2:SILENT (SELECT 1-2)” screen. And to turn the on when the set is idle: RINGER PRESS: 1 on the keypad (for...

  • Page 27

    PRESS: 4 on the keypad (for ONE-RING PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will appear on the “1:SUPPORT 2:NO SUPPORT (SELECT 1-2)” screen.

  • Page 28: Spid

    SPID: This option cannot be programmed by the customer. If this feature is required for your set to work properly, the Telephone Technician will program it for you.

  • Page 29: U-code

    U-CODE: This option cannot be programmed by the customer. If this feature is required for your set to work properly, the Telephone Technician will program it for you.

  • Page 30: I-com

    (Announce Intercom) I-COM This option allows people you select, to call you and activate the INTERCOM mode automatically (the MICROPHONE and/or SPEAKERPHONE will come on after the line rings once). You must have Caller ID, an available incoming line, and the button SPKR must be enabled for this feature to work.

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    will appear on the screen. “SUPPORTED(ALL) COMPLETED” PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1) again. ENTER will “1:ONE WAY 2:TWO WAY 3:TURN OFF(SELECT 1-3)” appear on the screen.

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    PRESS: (button 1). ENTER will appear on the screen. “NON SUPPORTED COMPLETED” PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 4) to return to the Main Menu display. EXIT Choosing the type of intercomming: Once you have chosen which lines will be enabled for the feature, the display will I-COM prompt you to choose a type of intercom.

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    When “1:ONE WAY 2:TWO WAY 3:TURN OFF(SELECT 1-3)” appears on the screen. PRESS: 2 on your keypad (for TWO WAY PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1). ENTER will “TWO WAY SELECTED ENTER TELEPHONE NUMBER” appear on the screen. Also a number (1-4) will appear in the upper right corner. This repres ents how many numbers have been entered for this feature (the maximum being 4).

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    MIC-ON/OFF: This option allows you to activate/deactivate the MICROPHONE feature for SPEAKERPHONE and type calls. This button may also be programmed with a number for I-COM feature, but it must be deactivated as a MICROPHONE first. ONE-TOUCH SELECT: form the Main Menu display. OPTIONS ENTER: 11 on the keypad (for...

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    PRESS: (button 1). ENTER will appear on the screen. After a few seconds “SUPPORTED COMPLETED” the screen will return to the display. OPTIONS Or, to deactivate the button: MIC-ON/OFF ENTER: 2 on the keypad (for NO SUPPORT PRESS: button to access the secondary functions. MENU PRESS: (button 1).

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