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Samsung ITP-5107 User Manual

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T E L E C O M
SAMSUNG
HANDSET USER GUIDE
FOR
DS-5007S / DS-5014S / DS-5038S / DS-5014D / DS-5021D
ITP-5107 / ITP-5114D / ITP5121D
FOR TECHNICAL TIPS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE
www.PRPTELECOM.co.uk

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  • Page 1 T E L E C O M SAMSUNG HANDSET USER GUIDE DS-5007S / DS-5014S / DS-5038S / DS-5014D / DS-5021D ITP-5107 / ITP-5114D / ITP5121D FOR TECHNICAL TIPS PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.PRPTELECOM.co.uk...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    T E L E C O M Handset Diagram ...3 Programmable button’s LED Indicators ...4 Phone Status Indicator...4 Using Feature Codes ...4 Selecting Programmed Functions ...4 Assigning Button Values (Extenders) ...5 How to Add Extenders ...5 Controlling Volume Levels ...6 Handset Volume ...6 Speakerphone Volume ...6 Ringer Volume ...6...
  • Page 3 T E L E C O M Cancelling Call Forwarding ... 12 Forwarding All Calls... 12 Forward Busy ... 12 Forward No Answer ... 12 Forward Busy/No Answer ... 12 Forward DND... 12 Viewing and Changing Call Forward Options ... 13 Forward Follow Me ...
  • Page 4: Handset Diagram

    T E L E C O M SAMSUNG HANDSET DIAGRAM (DS-5007S / 5014S / 5038S / 5014D / 5021D & ITP-5014D / 5021D) All buttons below are common across the Samsung range of handsets SPEAKER - For handsfree SPEAKER - Used for...
  • Page 5: Programmable Buttons Led Indicators

    T E L E C O M PROGRAMMABLE BUTTONS LED INDICATORS The programmable buttons, [Transfer] button, [Hold] button, and [Speaker] button have LEDs that light red, green or amber when it is being used. The following table summarises the functions of LEDs. Function External line or function is in use New incoming call is ringing...
  • Page 6: Assigning Button Values (Extenders)

    T E L E C O M ASSIGNING BUTTON VALUES (Extenders) You can add an “extender” to some programmed buttons to make their functions more specific. For example, you could add the extender “4” to the [PAGE] button. Normally, when you press the [PAGE] button, you are asked to enter the page zone to page. With the new extender, pressing the button will automatically page zone 4.
  • Page 7: Controlling Volume Levels

    T E L E C O M CONTROLLING VOLUME LEVELS Volume levels for the speakerphone, ringer and handset can be adjusted using the [Volume] buttons. The levels you set will be saved in memory. If background music is set, the volume levels of music and page announcements can also be adjusted using the [Volume] buttons.
  • Page 8: Dialling By Directory Name

    T E L E C O M DIALLING BY DIRECTORY NAME The online directory of names allows you to find any extension or speed dial number very quickly. Normally, every extension num- ber or speed dial number in the system has a directory name assigned to it (for example, John Smith on extension 201, or Ann Jones on 203).
  • Page 9: Busy Extension Camp-On

    T E L E C O M BUSY EXTENSION CAMP-ON If a called extension is busy and you don’t want to wait for a callback, you can give the called extension off-hook ring tone and wait for them to answer. Press the [CAMP] button or dial [4][5] or press the soft button corresponding to the CAMP option on the LCD panel.
  • Page 10: Transferring Calls

    T E L E C O M TRANSFERRING CALLS You can quickly and easily transfer your current call to another extension. A ‘blind’ transfer means you don’t announce the call, unlike a ‘screened’ transfer where you do. While on a call, press the [Transfer] button. Dial the extension or group number, or press the programmed [DS] button.
  • Page 11: Call Waiting

    T E L E C O M CALL WAITING If an outside call or other extension has camped-on to you, your phone will ring and the waiting call’s button will flash green. Press the flashing button to answer the waiting call. If your phone has the Auto Hold feature set, your current call will go on hold automatically and you are connected to the new call.
  • Page 12: Dialling Using Speed Dial Numbers

    T E L E C O M DIALLING USING SPEED DIAL NUMBERS You can dial speed dial numbers from the list of system numbers 500-999 or 050-999 created by the system administrator or from the personal list of numbers 00-49 or 000-049 you have created. Press the programmed [SPD] button or dial [1][6].
  • Page 13: Call Forwarding

    T E L E C O M CALL FORWARDING If your phone has the FWD ALL, FWD BUSY, and FWD NO ANSWER buttons programmed, you can set the type of forwarding re- quired by pressing one of the buttons. In this case, the button LED lights to indicate which forward option is enabled. Otherwise, use the dialling codes as described below.
  • Page 14: Viewing And Changing Call Forward Options

    T E L E C O M Viewing and Changing Call Forward Options You can view or change your Call Forward options from the LCD panel of your phone. Press the [Transfer] button. Dial [1][0][2]. Select the Call Forward option by pressing one of the buttons [0] to [5], or by using the [Volume] buttons FORWARD FOLLOW ME This feature has two purposes.
  • Page 15: Meet Me Page: Mmpg

    T E L E C O M MEET ME PAGE: MMPG If you cannot directly contact someone or they are absent from their desk, you can page them and ask them to call you while you wait off-hook. Pick up the handset and listen for dial tone. Press the programmed [MMPG] button or dial [5][4], or select the MMPG option from the LCD panel using the soft button.
  • Page 16: Creating Your Own Message

    T E L E C O M Creating Your Own Message Personalised messages can be programmed using codes 16 to 20. To create a personalised message on your phone: Press the [Transfer] button and dial [1][1][5]. Dial a code number 16-20 Enter your message (up to 16 characters see Entering Characters below) Press the [Transfer] button to set your message Entering Characters on the LCD Panel...
  • Page 17: Appointment Reminder/Alarm Clock

    T E L E C O M APPOINTMENT REMINDER / ALARM CLOCK This feature serves as an alarm clock. Up to three alarms may be set. Each alarm may be set as a one-day (today) alarm or daily alarm. You set a time for each alarm: if set for today it will ring at the set time, unless cancelled; if set as a daily alarm it will ring at the set time each day, unless cancelled.
  • Page 18: Group Listening

    T E L E C O M GROUP LISTENING While you are on a call using the handset, you can allow others to hear the conversation through your phone’s speaker. Turn on the speaker by pressing the programmed [LISTEN] button or selecting the LISTN option on the LCD panel* using the Scroll button and soft button.
  • Page 19: Secure Ohva

    T E L E C O M Secure OHVA This option prevents your phone from receiving OHVA calls via the speaker, for privacy. Any OHVA call is broadcast via the handset only when the SECURE OHVA option is turned on at your phone. Press the [Transfer] button.
  • Page 20: Viewing Clip For Calls On Hold Or Parked

    T E L E C O M VIEWING CLIP FOR CALLS ON HOLD OR PARKED When an incoming call is on hold or parked for you, you can view CLIP information and decide how to handle the call before an- swering.