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Conferencing By Barging In On Established Conversations - Cisco 7960G - IP Phone VoIP User Manual

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Making Conference Calls

Conferencing by Barging in on Established Conversations

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Cisco IP Phone 7960 and 7940 Series User Guide
3-20
Using Meet-Me Conferences, page 3-18
Conferencing by Barging in on Established Conversations, page 3-20
Establishing a Meet-Me Conference, page 3-19
The Barge feature lets you add yourself to a call in progress on a shared line
appearance.
If the party whose call you barged puts the call on hold, puts it in a conference, or
transfers it, you are disconnected from the call.
You cannot be on two barged calls at the same time. You cannot put a barged call
on hold and resume the call. You cannot answer a second line while on a barged
call.
Procedure
Select an active call on one of your shared lines.
Press the Barge softkey.
The phone creates a conference call and sends a beep tone to all the members of
the conference to indicate that the barge occurred and that the conference started.
To end the conference, hang up.
When you hang up, the remaining parties receive a disconnect tone, and the
original call continues.
Related Topics
Making Conference Calls, page 3-17
Placing a Conference Call, page 3-18
Using Meet-Me Conferences, page 3-18
Chapter 3
Placing a Call and Other Basic Phone Tasks
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