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6.
Additional Line/
Feature Buttons
7.
Navigation Button
8.
Voicemail Button
9.
Hold Button
10.
Setup Button
11.
Mute Button
12.
Volume Button
13.
Headset Button
14.
Speaker Button
15.
Keypad
(for Cisco SPA509G)
Perform specified tasks, as configured by your phone
administrator. The color indicates the status. Paper labels are
provided.
Moves the cursor left, right, up, or down through the items on
the screen.
Connects to your voicemail box, if configured by your phone
administrator.
Places a call on hold.
Opens a menu to configure features and preferences (such as
your directory and speed dials), to access your call history,
and to set up functions (such as call forwarding).
When selected (steady red), prevents audio transmission to
the connected caller. Note: A flashing Mute button indicates
that the network connection cannot be found.
Adjusts the volume of the active audio device (handset,
headset, or speaker) or ringer volume (when the phone is
ringing or the phone is idle).
Press + to increase the volume, or press – to decrease the
volume.
When selected (steady green), uses the headset as the audio
device for a call.
When selected (steady green), uses the speaker as the audio
device for a call.
May be used to enter numbers and letters, and to select menu
options.
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