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Casio SI-460 User Manual

Casio si-460: user guide.
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Programming the Remote Access Code .... 31
Auto Attendant ....................................... 32
Call Priority ............................................ 32
Private Line Support .............................. 32
Operation ............................................... 33
Programming ......................................... 33
Turning Auto Attendant On ........................ 34
Turning Auto Attendant Off ........................ 34
Voice Mail On/Off ....................................... 34
Auto Attendant Check List ......................... 34
Off Hook Options ....................................... 35
Headset Operation .................................. 35
Speakerphone Operation ........................ 35
Call Duration Time .................................. 35
Answering Calls ......................................... 36
Line Selection ........................................ 36
Automatic Line Selection ........................ 36
Manual Line Selection ............................ 36
is Not On ............................................ 36
is On ................................................... 37
During a Conversation ........................ 38
Making Calls .............................................. 38
Memory Storage ........................................ 39
Making a Call Using Caller ID ................. 39
Display Redial ........................................ 39
Redial ..................................................... 39
Auto Busy Redial .................................... 40
No Answer Redial ................................... 40
Reviewing Autodial Entries ..................... 40
Storing a Scratch Pad Number ............... 41
Dialing a Scratch Pad Number ............... 41
Display & Dial Number ........................... 41
Memory Dial ....................................... 42
Conversation Record ................................. 42
Hold ........................................................... 43
Audible Hold Reminder .......................... 43
Mute .......................................................... 43
Do Not Disturb (DND) ................................ 43
Transferring Calls ....................................... 44
Blind Call Transfer .................................. 44
Attended Call Transfer ............................ 44
Call Privacy ............................................ 45
Call Privacy Release/Restore .................. 45
Lines .................................................. 45
Call Parties ......................................... 46
and Two Stations ................................ 46
Call Screening ............................................ 47
Message Retrieval ..................................... 47
Voice Mail .............................................. 47
Play New Messages ............................... 47
Play All Messages .................................. 48
Repeat Messages ................................... 48
Skip Backward ....................................... 48
Skip Forward .......................................... 49
Pause Message Playback ....................... 49
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Erase an Individual Message .................. 50
Erase All Messages ................................ 50
Automatic Save ...................................... 50
Memo Record ............................................ 50
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    Call Privacy & Conference Calling ... 45 Setting Auto Attendant Timer On ... 34 Voice Mail On/Off ... 34 Auto Attendant Check List ... 34 TELEPHONE OPERATION Off Hook Options ... 35 Headset Operation ... 35 Speakerphone Operation ... 35 Call Duration Time ...
  • Page 2 E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. 13. Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote risk of electric shock from lightning.
  • Page 3: Initial Setup

    CALL WAITING The SI-460 supports call waiting caller ID, however, a subscription to call waiting, caller ID and call waiting caller ID is required from your local telephone company to view caller ID records or call waiting caller ID records.
  • Page 4: Creating Your Unique System

    INITIAL SETUP Thank you for purchasing Casio Communications’ SI-460 4-line fully customizable telephone system. To fully take advantage of the Executive Series’ robust system features and to ensure correct installation, it is important to review and follow the owner’s guide carefully.
  • Page 5: Planning Your System

    10. Plug one end of the coiled handset cord into the handset. Plug the other side of the coiled cord into the outlet on the left side of the SI-460 base with the icon of a handset below. Place the handset in the cradle.
  • Page 6: Connecting A Fax Or Pc Modem To The Data Port

    CONNECTING A FAX OR PC MODEM TO THE DATA PORT You can connect a fax or PC modem to the SI-460 Data Port, located on the upper left rear side of the unit. This data port is connected to line 2. When a fax or PC modem is connected to the Data Port, and it is in use by the fax or PC modem, the connection is protected and cannot be interrupted by incoming or transferred calls.
  • Page 7: Verifying Station And Line Configuration

    ” until The time and date have been set at all stations Once initial setup is complete, the SI-460 is ready to use with the following program defaults. Programming each of the settings below needs to be done at each station: PROGRAM FEATURE ”...
  • Page 8: Programming The Telephone

    PROGRAMMING THE TELEPHONE The SI-460 can be customized to meet your needs. ASSIGNING A STATION EXTENSION NUMBER Each station must have a different extension number assigned. Press PROGRAM Press “ extension number (11-22) appears in the display. NOTE: If another station’s ID number is chosen, an error beep will be heard and “...
  • Page 9: Setting The Outside Line

    If your telephone company requires you to dial 10-digits for local calls, you do NOT need to program the area code into the SI-460. If you are uncertain of your local calling services, please contact your local telephone company.
  • Page 10: Setting Always Ring

    7 using lines 3 and/or 4 so that your station has different telephone numbers from the other stations’ lines 3 and/or 4. More than one station can share a private line. Once the private lines are connected to your unit, follow the programming...
  • Page 11: Programming The Answering System

    PROGRAMMING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM Each SI-460 in the system has its own built-in answering system capable of playing up to six greetings. The total recording time for each SI-460 is 28 minutes. To program the auto attendant station, see page 32.
  • Page 12: Selecting The Primary Greeting

    PROGRAMMING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM The SI-460 can be set to play greeting 1 at a pre-programmed time. The remainder of the time, greeting 2 will play as your primary greeting. Press PROGRAM ”...
  • Page 13: Setting The Answering System Timer On

    PROGRAMMING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM SETTING THE ANSWERING SYSTEM TIMER ON The SI-460 can be set to turn your station’s answering system on at a pre-programmed time. The remainder of the time, your answering system will be turned off. Follow steps 1-20 under “SETTING THE GREETING TIMER ON”...
  • Page 14: Programming Autodial

    PROGRAMMING AUTODIAL Each SI-460 in the system can store up to 20 autodial numbers. Ten 16-digit numbers can be accessed with the autodial key and ten additional entries using the lower register key followed by the autodial key. Each autodial entry can have up to 16 digits and can have 14 characters for the name.
  • Page 15: Editing Autodial Entries

    CALL WAITING CALLER ID SERVICE OPTIONS Caller ID Caller ID is a subscription service offered by your local telephone company. The local time, date and the caller’s name and phone number, if available, will be displayed on the LCD, allowing you to choose to answer the call or let it forward to voice mail.
  • Page 16: Programming The Remote Access Code

    ID ON and OFF. TURNING CALL WAITING CALLER ID OFF/ON If you do not subscribe to a call waiting caller ID service, you can turn the SI-460’s feature off. It is factory preset to “ON.” Press PROGRAM Pressing “...
  • Page 17: Programming The Auto Attendant

    PROGRAMMING THE AUTO ATTENDANT AUTO ATTENDANT AND DIRECTED MESSAGING The SI-460 includes a powerful feature - auto attendant. When auto attendant is on, the auto attendant station automatically answers calls. The caller can then be transferred to other stations within the system or navigate through the system without the assistance of a live person to assist the call.
  • Page 18: Turning Auto Attendant On

    2. Select primary greeting 3. Turn auto attendant on HEADSET OPERATION The SI-460 has an RJ22 headset jack, allowing you the convenience of connecting a headset. At anytime during the conversation, you can press or handset. Insert the RJ22 plug into the headset port, located on the left side of the unit.
  • Page 19: Answering Calls

    (if available) of the caller will appear in the display within the first two rings. When the phone rings and the LINE INDICATOR rapidly flashes: Using the Handset, Lift the handset. The SI-460 will automatically answer the first ringing line. To hang up, return the handset to the cradle. TELEPHONE OPERATION...
  • Page 20: Answering A Call On Another Line During A Conversation

    Return the handset to the cradle to end the call. NOTES: If you have programmed your local area code into the SI-460 before using this feature, then the SI-460 will not prompt you for different dialing options. See “Setting the Area Code” on page 16.
  • Page 21: Auto Busy Redial

    Auto busy redial automatically redials a busy line up to 10 times, at 20 second intervals. If the line is still busy after ten attempts, the SI-460 will return to the idle mode. Automatic busy redial can be canceled anytime by pressing again.
  • Page 22: Storing A Number In Memory Dial

    Once the call has been placed on hold for over three minutes, the LINE INDICATOR will flash rapidly and the SI-460 will beep three times every 30 seconds until the call is taken off hold. If a call has been on hold for eight minutes, the holding call will be automatically disconnected.
  • Page 23: Transferring Calls

    TELEPHONE OPERATION TRANSFERRING CALLS The SI-460 enables calls to be answered and then transferred to another station in the system. When a call is transferred to another station, that call’s caller ID data is also transferred. Other Transfer Display Messages...
  • Page 24: Privately Talking To One Of The Conference Call Parties

    The auto attendant must be on in a system and set to answer lines connected to your station, voice mail must be turned on at the station for a caller to record and retrieve messages at a SI-460 station. When messages are played, they will play over the speaker. However, you can lift the handset or press...
  • Page 25: Linked Caller Id Record To Message

    ANSWERING SYSTEM MESSAGE RETRIEVAL LINKED CALLER ID RECORD TO MESSAGE When scrolling through caller ID records, if an follows a caller ID record, this indicates that a message has been received from this caller. When the caller ID record with the is on the display, make sure voice mail is on.
  • Page 26: Erase An Individual Message

    Intercom allows you to call another station in the system, without tying up an outside line. The (cont.) SI-460 has two intercom channels, so two 2-way intercom conversations can occur at the same time. If auto answer is turned on, and you receive an intercom call, the station will beep and the intercom is instantly connected.
  • Page 27: Making An Intercom Call Using The Headset Or Handset

    ALL STATION PAGE The SI-460 allows you to page all stations in the system at one time. Only stations with a common line 1 are able to utilize the page feature. Stations that are off hook or have Do Not Disturb on will not receive the page, so check to see if any station icons appear in the display.
  • Page 28: Call Waiting Caller Id

    REVIEWING AND DELETING STORED CALLER ID RECORDS If the caller ID feature is turned on and set to ANSWER or UNANSWER (see page 29), the SI-460 will store up to 64 of your most recent caller ID records. Any received caller ID information (name, telephone number, date and time) is stored for your reference.
  • Page 29: Additional Information

    See below for “BATTERY INSTALLATION.” BATTERY INSTALLATION Install four AA alkaline batteries (not included) into the bottom side of the SI-460 base to enable the telephone to operate up to 1 hours during a power failure. Batteries are not necessary for the SI-460 to operate and retain stored data with AC power.
  • Page 30: Performing A System Update

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PERFORMING A SYSTEM UPDATE When a system update is performed, it updates the status of all the stations in the system. A system update should be performed when one of the following occurs: Line 1 has been disconnected and then reconnected (done automatically when reconnected) When removing a station to the system When a unit changes it’s station ID...
  • Page 31 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION DISPLAYS (cont.) DISPLAYED MESSAGE STATUS VOICEMAIL was pressed when ON/OFF the greeting timer or voice mail timer is on. Answering system timer has been programmed on. You are in the greeting select mode, and a greeting has not been recorded for your selection.
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    EXTENSION NUMBER” on Caller ID is not displayed page 14. If you feel this Contact your local telephone company and make sure you subscribe to caller ID or call display was received in error, waiting caller ID. perform a system update at another station.
  • Page 33: Questions? Here's How To Reach Us

    I cannot operate the phone during a power failure. Install four AA alkaline batteries (not included) into the bottom of the SI-460 base to enable the telephone to operate up to 1 hour during a power failure. Line 2 won’t ring when the fax switch is on.
  • Page 34: Fcc Requirements

    Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Any changes made by the user not approved by CASIO COMMUNICATIONS can void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. This product is hearing aid compatible. LIMITED WARRANTY...
  • Page 35: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES To order accessories for your SI-460, simply cut out this order form, fill in the appropriate information and send it with payment (check, money order or credit card information) to: Pacific Coast Parts Distributors, Inc., 15024 Staff Court, Gardena, CA 90248 For parts orders using a credit card: (800) 421-5080 or (310) 515-0207, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m.
  • Page 36 Technical Specifications FCC Registration No.: Battery Capacity: 4X AA See bottom/underside of the SI-460 unit Battery Life: Ringer Equivalence: 1 hour standby operation See bottom/underside of the SI-460 unit Jack: 2X RJ14 The SI-460 is hearing aid compatible. Power Source:...
  • Page 37 Executive Series ... 7 Planning Your System ... 8 Turning Greeting/Answering System Installation Chart ... 8 Install Your SI-460 System ... 9 Setting the Greeting Mode: Answer or Phone Installation ... 9 Connecting a Fax or PC Modem to Selecting the Number of Rings ... 25 the Data Port ...
  • Page 38 PROGRAMMING TREE...

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