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Base Directory; Changing The Assignment Of The Control Key To A Directory - Gigaset E290HX User Manual

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Transferring a directory (entry) to another handset
The sending and receiving handsets must both be registered with
the same base.
The other handset and the base are able to send and receive direc-
tory entries.
Transferring a directory entry to another handset
¤
Select entry
number of the recipient handset
Transferring a directory to another handset
¤
Menu
recipient handset

Base directory

If the DECT base (on an CAT-iq router for example) provides a separate direc-
tory, it can also be displayed and edited on the handset.
¤
Directory
the directory is displayed
For information on the base directory:
Changing the assignment of the control key to a
directory
The control key
assignment:
¤
Directory
Handset Directory or Basestation Directory
The preferred directory is the one
opened with the control key
into which entries are copied to the call list using Copy to Directory
into which a number is transferred using
in which a search is performed for the right name for a phone number
(such as for an incoming call for showing in the display or when transfer-
ring a call to a list)
Menu
Send List
OK
OK
OK
Basestation Directory
opens the local directory by default. You can change this
OK
Preferred Directory
Availability and operation of the functions
may differ on your telephone.
Send Entry
OK
OK
Select internal number of the
OK . . . The first entry of
Refer to your router documentation
OK
OK
when it is dialled
Directory
Select internal
Select Local
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