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Cisco 8821 End User Manual

For business edition 4000
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Your Phone
1.
Indicator light (LED) and headset port
2.
Speaker button
3.
Softkey buttons, navigation cluster, and call control
buttons
4.
Keypad
5.
Left side buttons
x Application
, Use with XML applications, such
as Push to Talk
x Volume
x Mute
LED Indicator States
x Solid red—the phone is connected to the AC power
source and battery is charging.
x Solid green—the phone is connected to the AC
power source and battery is fully charged.
x Fast blinking amber—There is an incoming call.
Phone can be charging or fully charged.
x Fast blinking green—There is a voice message.
When phone is connected to the AC power source,
the green light displays longer than when using only
the battery.
x Slow blinking green (every 2 seconds): The phone
is using only battery power. The phone is registered
with the wireless network and is within service
coverage area.
Information Required from your Network
Administrator
x Lead digit to dial an outside line ________
x Lead digit for Intercom Calls ________
x Lead digit for transferring a call to voicemail of
another extension ________
Copyright © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.
Cisco Business Edition 4000 End User Guide
for Cisco Wireless IP Phone 8821
Tasks on Phone and Selfcare Portal
x For information on tasks performed on the phone, see
"Tasks on Phone
Device" on page 2
x For information on tasks performed on the Selfcare
Portal, see
"Tasks on Selfcare
Softkeys available in various states
Softkey
Answer
Conference
Decline
Do not
disturb
End call
Forward all
Hold
Hunt group
Mobility
New Call
Pickup
Redial
Resume
Show detail
Transfer
Portal" on page 5
Description
Available States
Answer incoming call.
Ringing
Join a conference call.
Connected
Transfer the call to
Hold, Connected
voicemail.
Put your phone on do
Idle, Ringing
not disturb mode.
End an existing call.
Connected
Set up or cancel call
Idle
forwarding.
Put a call on hold.
Connected
Log out or log in to
Idle, Connected
hunt group.
Enable or disable
Idle, Connected
pushing calls to Single
Number Reach (SNR)
number.
Make a new call.
Idle, Remote-in-
use
Answer a call that is
Idle
ringing on another
phone in your group.
Redial the most
Idle, Hold
recently dialed number.
Resume a held call.
Hold
View additional
Ringing,
information of the call.
Connected, Hold
Transfer the current
Connected
call to another phone.
August 2018

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Summary of Contents for Cisco 8821

  • Page 1 Lead digit to dial an outside line ________ x Lead digit for Intercom Calls ________ x Lead digit for transferring a call to voicemail of another extension ________ Copyright © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. August 2018...
  • Page 2: Access Your Voicemail Service

    If you lock the keypad, you need to unlock it to use the 1. From a connected call, press More phone. 2. Press Hold. 1. Press Unlock. 2. Press Zero (0) Copyright © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. August 2018...
  • Page 3: Change The Ringtone

    4. Enter the number to receive the calls or select an entry choose to delete, the message is deleted from the from your Recents call list. GDM and other members cannot listen to the message. Copyright © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. August 2018...
  • Page 4 2. Dial * and the extension where you want to park the call. Example: If you want to park the call on extension 4501, dial *4501. 3. Press Transfer again. Copyright © 2018 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. August 2018...
  • Page 5 1. Choose My Settings > Change Password. 1. Choose My Extensions > Single Number Reach. After you receive an email from the Cisco Business Edition 2. Enter the Current Password and the New Password. 2. Enter the lead digit to dial an outside line followed by 4000 Administrator: the phone number.
  • Page 6: Change Device Name

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