NEC SV8100 Telephone System User Guide
(for SV8100 12-button and 24-button phones)
KEYS AND BUTTONS ON YOUR PHONE
Incoming Call/Message Waiting indicator light
Flashes red quickly when a call is ringing your phone; flashes green slowly when there
is a new message in your voicemail box. Found on upper right of tilting display panel.
Shows date and time, name and extension, when the phone is idle; incoming caller ID;
outbound number dialed; duration of call; number of new voicemail messages;
message timestamp when in voicemail; and soft keys (more info on these below).
Use the Help key to identify the programming of function keys; the Exit key brings the
LCD display back to normal when in Help or Menu mode. Exit/Help keys found on left
and right just under display panel.
Soft Keys (4)
The four "soft keys" below your telephone's display are provided as shortcuts to many
of your phone's features and functions. Below is a list of some of the most useful
ones. Keep in mind, the soft keys are interactive and will change their function as you
press them to navigate features.
VMsg Use this soft key to access your voicemail box. Once pressed, other soft
keys appear, allowing you to visually access mailbox features.
Use this key to view recent calls. Outbound calls you have placed can
be seen in the Redial menu. Incoming Caller ID can be seen in the CID
menu. Use the arrows to scroll through the numbers. Press the Dial soft
key to place a call to the number displayed.
Use the Directory menu to dial stored numbers. Use the arrows to scroll
through the numbers.
SPD Common (system-wide) speed dial numbers
STA Personal speed dial numbers