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DECT G355, G955 and I755 Handsets
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  • Page 1 Business Mobility (IP) DECT DECT G355, G955 and I755 Handsets User Guide...
  • Page 2 NEC Unified Solutions Nederland B.V. HILVERSUM, THE NETHERLANDS Date: October 2009 Great care has been taken to ensure that the information contained in this handbook is accurate and complete. Should any errors or omissions be discovered or should any user wish to make a...
  • Page 3: Disclaimer

    The pictures, icons, screen shots and diagrams used in this user manual have been derived from the G955 DECT Handset and might be slightly different for the G355 and the I755 DECT Handset.
  • Page 4: Revision History

    Revision history Revision history June, 2008 Creation of the User Manual for the G355 and G955 DECT Handsets. User Manual based on software version 1.30 July, 2008 New features of Feature Pack 1 added: Possible to select sending a message to a Central directory contact.
  • Page 5 Revision history Reference to VIP call included.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals ....23 Product disposal information ........24 For countries in the European Union .......... 24 For countries outside the European Union ......... 24 Battery disposal information ............25 Getting started ............... 26 Installing the battery pack for the G355/G955 ....26...
  • Page 7 Contents Installing the battery pack for the I755 ......27 Installing the charger ............ 28 Charging the batteries ..........29 Charging guidelines ..............30 Charging and operating times ............ 30 Charge display ............. 31 Switching the handset on or off ........32 Display areas and handset controls ......
  • Page 8 Contents Rejecting a call ................62 Change settings during a call ........63 Adjusting the headset or loudspeaker volume ......63 Using mute during a call ............63 Transferring a call ............63 Voice mail ..............65 Accessing voice mail ..............66 Defining a Voice mail number ............
  • Page 9 Contents Assigning new contact to a speed dial number ........88 Deleting the speed dial number ............89 Transferring numbers to your contacts list ........90 Transferring phone numbers to the caller filter list ...... 90 Messaging ..............92 Message limitations ............. 92 New messages and drafts ..........
  • Page 10 Contents Accessing the Calendar feature ..........116 Changing the calendar format ..........117 Selecting a date ............... 117 Adding an appointment ............118 Viewing an appointment ............120 Editing an appointment ............121 Copying an appointment ............122 Deleting an appointment ............122 Additional features ............124 Using the Calculator ............124 Using the Stopwatch ...........127...
  • Page 11 Contents Configuring the ring volume ............. 156 Defining the ring melodies ............157 Assigning the increasing ring feature........158 Configuring alert volume ............159 Defining the alert tone melody ..........160 Enabling the increasing alert feature ........160 Enabling the vibrator feature ............ 161 Enabling the key sound feature ..........
  • Page 12 Contents Handset accessories ............195 Installing the belt clip on the G355/G955 ........197 Installing the belt clip on the I755 ..........201 Connecting the headset ............202 Installing or removing the memory (MEM) card ......202 Installing the MEM card ..............203 Removing the MEM card ..............
  • Page 13: Introduction

    NEC G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets are compatible both with traditional DECT and IP DECT systems. Feature overview You can use the features of the NEC G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets to perform the following tasks: send and receive messages (only for G955 and I755 DECT...
  • Page 14: Use In Environments With Metal Particles

    Use in environments with metal particles G355 and G955 The G355 and G955 DECT Handsets are not meant for use in industrial and/or production environments. Using the G355 and G955 DECT Handset in environments with metal particles will cause small metal particles to stick to the loudspeaker and to the earpiece.
  • Page 15 Introduction the operation. Nevertheless NEC strongly recommends using a protective pouch for the I755 DECT handset when it is used in an environment with small metal particles.
  • Page 16: Important Safety Information

    Only use batteries that come with the handset or dedicated spare batteries marked with “Battery Pack for G355/G955” or “Battery Pack for I755” for the G355/G955 resp. the I755 handset. Do not use any other type. Never disassemble, customize or short-circuit batteries. Do not place battery in fire or heat the battery.
  • Page 17 Important safety information Charge the battery of the I755 handset (either on its own or in the handset) only in combination with either the: I755 DECT Handset Desktop Charger and the Ten Pao S008CM1200040 adapter that comes with the product; I755 Charger Rack and the Ten Pao S040EM1200250 adapter that comes with the Charger Rack.
  • Page 18: Regulatory Information Europe

    Directive 1999/5/EC.  http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Español Por medio de la presente “NEC Unified Solutions” declara que el “G355/G955” cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. ...
  • Page 19 í tilskipun 1999/5/EC.  http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Italiano Con la presente “NEC Unified Solutions” dichiara che questo “G355/G955” è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE.  http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Latviski Ar šo “NEC Unified Solutions”...
  • Page 20 “NEC Unified Solutions” declara que este “G355/G955” está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE.  http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Slovensko “NEC Unified Solutions” izjavlja, da je ta “G355/G955” v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES.  http://www.nec-unified.com/doc Slovensky “NEC Unified Solutions”...
  • Page 21: Regulatory Information United States

    Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.” Modifications not expressly approved by NEC Unified Solutions could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this equipment.
  • Page 22: Hearing Aid Compatibility (Hac/Vc)

    Regulatory information U nited States for the general population. The guidelines are based on the safety standards previously set by both U.S. and international standards bodies. These standards include a substantial safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless of age and health. This device and its antenna must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
  • Page 23: Regulatory Information Canada

    Regulatory information Canada Regulatory information Canada IC Information Privacy of communications may not be ensured when using this equipment. Operation of this equipment is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 24: Product Disposal Information

    Disposal of electrical and electronic products in countries outside the European Union should be done in line with the local regulations. If no arrangement has been made with NEC Unified Solutions or your supplier, please contact the local authorities for further information.
  • Page 25: Battery Disposal Information

    Product disposal information Battery disposal information Defect or exhausted batteries should never be disposed of as municipal waste. Return old batteries to the battery supplier, a licensed battery dealer or a designated collection facility. Do not incinerate batteries.
  • Page 26: Getting Started

    Installing or removing the memory (MEM) card (page 202) Bluetooth module installation (page 205) Installing the battery pack for the G355/G955 You must install the battery pack before you can use your handset. The battery compartment is on the back of the handset.
  • Page 27: Installing The Battery Pack For The I755

    Getting started Figure 1: Installing the G355/G955 battery pack When your DECT handset doesn‟t work (including not Attention: charging the battery pack when the DECT handset is put on the charger) after installation of a new battery pack the possible cause could be that no good contact is made between battery pack and the DECT handset.
  • Page 28: Installing The Charger

    Getting started Figure 2: Installing the I755 battery pack Installing the charger To install the charger, perform the following steps: 1. Place the charger on a flat surface. 2. Connect the AC adapter cable to the terminal at the back of the charger.
  • Page 29: Charging The Batteries

    Getting started Figure 3: G355, G955 and I755 in Desktop Charger Charging the batteries Place the handset in the charger as shown in Figure 3. Attention: The handset, if switched off, automatically switches on when placed in the charger. Alternatively the I755 Desktop Charger can be used to charge a spare battery pack for the I755.
  • Page 30: Charging Guidelines

    Getting started Figure 4: Placement of I755 spare battery pack Charging guidelines Observe the following guidelines when you charge your handset: Charge the battery for at least 6 hours before you use the handset for the first time. Do not leave the handset connected to the charger for more than a month without using it.
  • Page 31: Charge Display

    Getting started WARNING The talk time and standby time are influenced by the use of the handset. Influencing these times are e.g., display activities, alerting, use of Bluetooth, walking around a lot (causing many handovers), and so on. CAUTION Do not install the charger, handset, and accessories near the following: water, moisture, sources of heat, or direct sunlight devices that generate strong magnetic fields,...
  • Page 32: Switching The Handset On Or Off

    33% and less than 75% more than 75% WARNING Your G355 or G955 DECT handset displays the battery status accurately after charging for at least 6 hours. When removing and replacing the battery pack of your G355 or G955 DECT handset, the charge display will not give the battery status accurately until charging for at least 6 hours.
  • Page 33: Display Areas And Handset Controls

    13. Keypad (0-9, * and #) 8. Earpiece The G355 DECT Handset includes a 64K Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) of 128 x 128 pixels. The G955 and the I755 DECT Handsets include a 262K Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) of 128 x 160 pixels. The DECT...
  • Page 34: Icon Line

    This section describes the three areas of the display screen as shown Figure 6 and the key functions in the various operational modes of your G355, G955 or I755 DECT Handset. Icon line The icon line displays the status of the handset. The icons for the level of radio signal and battery charge status always appear in the icon line.
  • Page 35: Dialogue Area

    Getting started Table 2: Icon line icons Icon Description Keypad locked Activated alarm Attention: This icon, if active, replaces the Keypad locked icon. Missed calls Ringer deactivated Caller filter (only for G955 and I755 DECT Handset) Attention: This icon, if active, replaces the Ringer deactivated icon.
  • Page 36 Getting started the name of the active profile the time and date If you leave the range of the DECT system, a “No Network” message appears on the display screen. If you activate the mandown feature on the I755 the name of the DECT systems will be replaced by warning message “Mandown on”.
  • Page 37 Getting started Table 3: Key functions in Idle mode Description Press the programmable Up Up key navigation key to access the shortcut assigned to it. The default shortcut assigned is the Contacts menu. Press the programmable Down Down key navigation key to access the shortcut assigned to it.
  • Page 38: Call Mode

    Getting started Table 3: Key functions in Idle mode Description Long press the SOS key to make an SOS key emergency call (if configured). Attention: You can make an emergency call with the SOS key even if the keypad is locked. 1Ŕ9 Press the 1–9...
  • Page 39 Getting started the number and name (if available) of the calling party for an incoming call the number and name (if added to your contacts list) of the called party for an outgoing call the loudspeaker icon (if enabled) the microphone muted icon (if muted) The following table shows the icons in the dialogue area when in Call mode.
  • Page 40 Getting started The following table describes the handset key functions in Call mode. Table 5: Key functions in Call mode Description Left soft Press the Left soft key to select the item marked in the display. Press the Left soft key Silence mute the ringer for an incoming call.
  • Page 41: Dialogue Mode

    Getting started Table 5: Key functions in Call mode Description Clear key Press the key to end the call. Volume Press the Volume up key to increase up key the handset volume during a call. Volume Press the Volume down key to down key decrease the handset volume during a call.
  • Page 42: Menu Mode

    Getting started Figure 8 shows the Missed call(s) screen. Figure 8: Missed call(s) screen The following table describes the handset key functions in Dialogue mode. Table 6: Key functions in Dialogue mode Description Left soft Press the Left soft key to select the item marked in the display.
  • Page 43 Getting started Figure 9 shows the Main menu and the General settings screen. Figure 9: Main menu and General settings screens The following table describes the handset key functions in Menu mode. Table 7: Key functions in Menu mode Description Left soft Press the Left soft key to select the item marked in the display.
  • Page 44: Edit Mode

    Getting started Table 7: Key functions in Menu mode Description Left key Press the Left key to move the cursor to the desired menu item (entry) or menu section. Press the Right key to move the Right key cursor to the desired menu item (entry) or menu section.
  • Page 45 Getting started Figure 10: Contacts editing screens Figure 11: Date editing screen The following table describes the handset key functions in Edit mode.
  • Page 46 Getting started Table 8: Key functions in Edit mode Description Left soft Press the Left soft key to select the item marked in the display. Right soft Press the Right soft key to select the item marked in the display. Up key Press the Up key to move the cursor in the text area.
  • Page 47 Getting started Table 8: Key functions in Edit mode Description 0 Ŕ 9 Press the 0–9 keys one or more times to enter the digit (for example, to enter a number, date, time, or PIN). Press the 0–9 keys one or more times to enter a special character or a letter.
  • Page 48: Soft Key Line

    Getting started The following table shows the key to press, (when the handset is in text mode) to insert letters, numbers, or symbols. Table 9: key functions in text mode Uppercase Lowercase 1 £ $ ¥ € @ % & # § ^ 1 £...
  • Page 49: Locking Or Unlocking The Keypad

    Getting started For example, press the Menu soft key, as shown Figure 6, to access the Main menu. Locking or unlocking the keypad Use the keypad lock feature to prevent accidental operation of the handset. When you receive an incoming call, the keypad temporarily unlocks so you can answer the call.
  • Page 50: Dect System Configuration

    DECT system configuration DECT system configuration Use the information in this section to configure your DECT handset to work with a DECT system. This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Connectivity menu (page 50) Subscribing the handset to a DECT system (page 51) Manually selecting the DECT system (page 53) Enabling automatic DECT system selection (page 54) Terminating a subscription (page 55)
  • Page 51: Subscribing The Handset To A Dect System

    DECT system configuration Subscribing the handset to a DECT system You must subscribe the handset to at least one DECT system before you can use the handset to make a call. The handset can operate with a maximum of four DECT systems, for which the handset stores the name of the system in a subscription record.
  • Page 52 DECT system configuration 4. Choose either Empty (if there are less than eight subscriptions to the system on the handset) or the Name of the system would like to overwrite (here: DECT01). 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the soft key.
  • Page 53: Manually Selecting The Dect System

    DECT system configuration 14. Press the Save soft key. 15. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Manually selecting the DECT system If you subscribe the handset to more than one DECT system, you can manually select which system the handset uses by performing the following steps: 1.
  • Page 54: Enabling Automatic Dect System Selection

    DECT system configuration Enabling automatic DECT system selection If you subscribe the handset to several DECT systems and you configure the automatic search function, the handset automatically selects the nearest system. As a result, your handset automatically logs on to another subscribed DECT system when you leave the effective range of the current system.
  • Page 55: Terminating A Subscription

    DECT system configuration Terminating a subscription When terminating a DECT subscription you will not be able to make calls over the DECT system to which the subscription is related. Terminating all DECT subscriptions means you will no longer be able to make any call with your DECT handset.
  • Page 56 DECT system configuration 1. Open the Connectivity menu as shown in Accessing the Connectivity menu (page 50). 2. Highlight the Network select option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Choose the Name of the system from the list (here: DECT01). 5.
  • Page 57: Call Features

    Make a call This section describes the features associated with making a call. You can make a call from your G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handset using any of the following methods: Dialling a number (page 57) Using Predial mode (page 57)
  • Page 58: Using Speed Dial

    Call features 1. Use the Keypad: Enter the phone number (including any additional digits e.g., to get access to an outside line). 2. Press the Call key. To edit a number in Predial mode, perform the following steps: 1. Use the Right Left key to move to the...
  • Page 59: Using Loudspeaker

    Calls list Using Loudspeaker Your handset includes a Loudspeaker feature to allow several people in a room to listen to a call. Attention: The Loudspeaker feature is no substitute for a conference bridge or a conference device. Always use such devices when high quality speech is required.
  • Page 60 Call features 2. Highlight the Contacts menu. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Choose the Private or the Central Directory option. 5. Press the Select soft key. Use the Keypad: Enter the first character(s) of the required name. (E.g., entering “V” will move you to the first name in the directory starting with "V".) 6.
  • Page 61: Making An Sos Call

    Calls list Making an SOS call Use this option to make emergency calls to a specific telephone number. When you press the SOS key, the phone sends a text message (only with the G955 or I755 DECT Handset) or initiates a voice call.
  • Page 62: Answering A Call In Normal Mode

    Call features Answering a call in Normal mode To answer a call in Normal mode, perform the following step: 1. Press the Call key. (Loudspeaker is off) 1. Press the key. (Loudspeaker is on) Answering a call using any key To answer a call using any key, perform the following step: 1.
  • Page 63: Change Settings During A Call

    Calls list Change settings during a call During a call, you can adjust the headset or loudspeaker volume and mute the handset: Adjusting the headset or loudspeaker volume (page 63) Using mute during a call (page 63) Adjusting the headset or loudspeaker volume During a call, you can change the headset or loudspeaker volume using the volume keys.
  • Page 64 Call features To transfer a call, perform the following steps: 1. To place the first call on hold: Press the Call key. 2. Use the Keypad: Enter the phone number (including any additional digits e.g., to get access to an outside line). 3.
  • Page 65: Voice Mail

    Calls list For private telephone book only: 6. Choose the required contact‟s number. 7. Press the Call key. 8. To alternate between the two parties: Press the Call key. 9. Press the key to transfer the call. Voice mail Use the Voice mail feature (if available on your communication system) to listen to voice messages left by calling parties.
  • Page 66: Accessing Voice Mail

    Call features The following figure shows the voice mail display screen. Figure 12: Voice mail display screen Press the soft key to listen to the new voice message if voice mail number is configured or press the soft key to close the dialogue. Accessing voice mail To access voice mail, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 67: Defining A Voice Mail Number

    Calls list 5. Choose the Listen to voice mail option. 6. Press the Select soft key. The handset automatically dials the voice mail access number and you can listen to your voice mails. 7. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 68: By Entering Number

    Call features By entering number: 5. Choose the Enter number option. 6. Press the Select soft key. 7. Use the Keypad: Enter the number. 8. Press the Save soft key. 9. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 69: Calls List

    Calls list Calls list The Calls list stores information about dialled, answered, or missed calls (maximum 50 entries for all lists). The actual maximum number of entries can be smaller Attention depending on the usage of the available memory for other features.
  • Page 70: All Calls List

    Calls list The following table describes the calls list icons. Table 10: Call list icons Symbol Description All calls Answered call Dialled call Missed call This section describes the following features: All calls list (page 70) Answered calls list (page 71) Dialled calls list (page 71) Missed calls list (page 72) Actions on the calls lists (page 73)
  • Page 71: Answered Calls List

    Calls list 2. Select the All calls list. Answered calls list The Answered calls list stores the details of the answered calls. The most recent entry is at the top of the list. Accessing the Answered calls list To access the Answered calls list, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 72: Missed Calls List

    Calls list Missed calls list The Missed calls list stores the details of calls that are unanswered, rejected or blocked by the Caller filter feature (the latter only for G955 and I755). The most recent entry is at the top of the list. The following table shows the missed call icons.
  • Page 73: Actions On The Calls Lists

    Calls list 1. Press the Calls soft key. 2. Select the Missed calls list. Actions on the calls lists Except for the action to delete all entries in one of the calls lists (see Deleting all entries (page 78)), all actions described in this section start with: 1.
  • Page 74: Dialling A Number

    Calls list 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the View option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Dialling a number To dial a number from the All/Answered/Dialled/Missed calls list, perform the following steps: 3.
  • Page 75: Transferring A Number To Your Contacts List

    Calls list 6. Use the Keypad: Enter the new digits. 7. Press the Call key. Transferring a number to your contacts list To transfer a number from the All/Answered/Dialled/Missed calls list to your contacts list, where the handset treats the number as a new entry, perform the following steps: 3.
  • Page 76: Transferring A Number To The Caller Filter List

    Calls list Optional step(s): 11. Use the Keypad: Edit the Name. 12. Press the Save soft key. 13. Press the soft key. 14. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Transferring a number to the caller filter list The Caller filter feature is available only on the G955 and Attention the I755 DECT Handset.
  • Page 77: Deleting An Entry

    Calls list Optional step(s): 8. Use the Keypad: Edit the Number. 9. Press the Save soft key. Optional step(s): 10. Use the Keypad: Edit the Name. 11. Press the Save soft key. 12. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 78: Deleting All Entries

    Calls list Deleting all entries To delete all entries from the All/Answered/Dialled/Missed calls list, perform the following steps: 1. Open the appropriate calls list as shown in previous chapters. 2. Press the More soft key. 3. Highlight the Delete all option.
  • Page 79: Contacts

    Contacts Contacts You can use your handset to store contact numbers and names. Without a MEM card you can store up to 50 contacts and with a MEM card you can store up to 200 contacts. The actual maximum number of entries can be smaller Attention depending on the usage of the available memory for other features.
  • Page 80: Accessing The Contacts Menu

    Contacts This section describes the following tasks. Accessing the Contacts menu (page 80) Adding a new contact (page 80) Changing information of a contact (page 82) Deleting contacts (page 86) Speed dial feature (page 87) Transferring numbers to your contacts list (page 90) Transferring phone numbers to the caller filter list (page 90) Accessing the Contacts menu To access the Contacts menu, perform the following steps:...
  • Page 81 Contacts Open the Contacts menu as shown in Accessing the Contacts menu (page 80). Highlight the New contact option. Select the required type of the contact number. Press the soft key. Use the Keypad: Enter the phone number (including any additional digits e.g., to get access to an outside line).
  • Page 82: Changing Information Of A Contact

    Contacts Changing information of a contact To change information of one of the existing contacts, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Contacts menu as shown in Accessing the Contacts menu (page 80). 2. Highlight the required contact. 3. Press the More soft key.
  • Page 83: Adding A Contact Number

    Contacts Adding a contact number 6. Highlight the New number option. 7. Press the soft key. 8. Highlight the required number type (here: Home). 9. Press the soft key. 10. Use the Keypad: Enter the phone number (including any additional digits e.g., to get access to an outside line).
  • Page 84: Editing A Contact Number

    Contacts Editing a contact number 6. Highlight the required number. 7. Press the Edit soft key. 8. Highlight the required number type (here: Home). 9. Press the soft key. 10. Use the Keypad: Edit the Number. 11. Press the Save soft key.
  • Page 85: Editing A Contact Name

    Contacts 7. Press the Edit soft key. 8. Press the soft key. 9. Press the Clear soft key. 10. Press the Save soft key. 11. Press the Save soft key. 12. Press the soft key. 13. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 86: Editing A Contact Ringtone (Vip Call)

    Contacts Editing a contact ringtone (VIP call) 6. Highlight the Ringtone menu. 12. Press the Edit soft key. 13. Highlight the required ringtone. 14. Press the Select soft key. 15. Press the Save soft key. 16. Press the soft key. 17.
  • Page 87: Speed Dial Feature

    Contacts 4. Highlight the Delete contact option to delete one specific contact. 4. Highlight the Delete all contact option to delete all contacts. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the soft key. 7. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 88: Assigning A Speed Dial Number

    Contacts Assigning a speed dial number To assign a speed dial number, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Contacts menu as shown in Accessing the Contacts menu (page 80). 2. Highlight the required contact. 3. Press the More soft key. 4.
  • Page 89: Deleting The Speed Dial Number

    Contacts 1. Open the Contacts menu as shown in Accessing the Contacts menu (page 80). 2. Highlight the required contact. 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the Speed dial option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Highlight the required speed dial number. 7.
  • Page 90: Transferring Numbers To Your Contacts List

    Contacts 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the Speed dial option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Highlight the required speed dial number. 7. Press the Delete soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 91 Contacts 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the Save in caller filter option. 5. Press the Select soft key. Optional step(s): 6. Use the Keypad: Edit the Number. 7. Press the Save soft key. Optional step(s): 8. Use the Keypad: Edit the Name. 9.
  • Page 92: Messaging

    Attention: The Messaging feature is available only if supported by your communication system. Contact your system administrator to determine if you can use this feature. The Messaging feature is not available on the G355 Handset. This section describes the following tasks:...
  • Page 93: New Messages And Drafts

    Messaging New messages and drafts This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Messaging menu (page 93) Saving a new message or editing a draft (page 94) Sending a new message or draft (page 95) Deleting a draft (page 96) Deleting all drafts (page 97) Accessing the Messaging menu To access the Messaging menu, perform the following steps:...
  • Page 94: Saving A New Message Or Editing A Draft

    Messaging The following table describes the message icons on the display screen. Table 13: Menu section icons Icon Description Draft message Inbox message Outbox message Message settings Saving a new message or editing a draft To save a new message or edit a draft, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 95: Sending A New Message Or Draft

    Messaging 5. Press the key. 6. Press the soft key. Sending a new message or draft To send a new message or draft, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Messaging menu as shown in Accessing the Messaging menu (Page 93).
  • Page 96: Deleting A Draft

    Messaging 7. Highlight the Send to option. Lookup contact to choose the number from your (Private contacts) list. Enter number to use the Keypad to enter the number of the addressee. Send to many to choose several numbers from your contacts list. Central directory to choose a number from the central directory.
  • Page 97: Deleting All Drafts

    Messaging 4. Press the More soft key. 5. Highlight the Delete message option. 6. Press the Select soft key. 7. Press the soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Deleting all drafts To delete all drafts, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 98: Inbox

    Messaging 5. Highlight the Delete all messages option. 6. Press the Select soft key. 7. Press the soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Inbox This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Inbox Messaging menu (page 98) Reading an incoming message (page 99) Replying to an incoming message (page 99)
  • Page 99: Reading An Incoming Message

    Messaging 2. Choose the Inbox menu. Reading an incoming message To read an incoming message, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Inbox menu as shown in Accessing the Inbox Messaging menu (page 98). 2. Highlight the required message. 3. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 100: Forwarding An Incoming Message

    Messaging 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Press the Reply soft key. 5. Use the Keypad: Create reply message. 6. Press the Send soft key. 7. Highlight the required message type (Normal or Urgent). 8. Press the Select soft key. 9.
  • Page 101 Messaging 4. Highlight the Forward option. Optional step(s): 5. Use the Keypad: Edit the message. 6. Press the Send soft key. 7. Highlight the required message type (Normal or Urgent). 8. Highlight the Send to option. Lookup contact to choose the number from your (Private contacts) list.
  • Page 102 Messaging Saving to the contacts list To save a number to your contacts list, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Inbox menu as shown in Accessing the Inbox Messaging menu (page 98). 2. Highlight the required message. 3. Press the More soft key.
  • Page 103: Deleting An Incoming Message

    Messaging Deleting an incoming message To delete an incoming message, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Inbox menu as shown in Accessing the Inbox Messaging menu (page 98). 2. Highlight the required message. 3. Press the More soft key. 4.
  • Page 104: Sent Messages

    Messaging 4. Highlight the Delete all messages option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the soft key. 7. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Sent messages This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Sent Messages menu (page 104) Reading a sent message (page 105) Forwarding a sent message (page 105)
  • Page 105: Reading A Sent Message

    Messaging Reading a sent message To read a sent message, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Sent messages menu as shown in Accessing the Sent Messages menu (page 104). 2. Highlight the required message. 3. Press the View soft key. Optional step(s): 4.
  • Page 106 Messaging 4. Highlight the Edit option. 5. Press the Select soft key. Optional step(s): 6. Use the Keypad: Edit the message. 7. Press the Send soft key. 8. Highlight the required message type (Normal or Urgent). 9. Highlight the Send to option.
  • Page 107: Deleting A Sent Message

    Messaging 11. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Deleting a sent message To delete a sent message, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Sent messages menu as shown in Accessing the Sent Messages menu (page 104).
  • Page 108: Message Settings

    Messaging 2. Highlight any message. 3. Highlight the Delete all messages option. 4. Press the Select soft key. 5. Press the soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Message settings This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Message settings menu (page 108) Configuring the Overwrite old option (page 109) Configuring the Sent message option (page 110)
  • Page 109: Configuring The Overwrite Old Option

    Messaging 2. Highlight the Messaging icon. 3. Choose the Message settings menu section. Configuring the Overwrite old option Use the Overwrite old option to control what happens when the handset receives a new message, but there is no room to store more messages.
  • Page 110: Configuring The Sent Message Option

    Messaging 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the Sent message option Use this option to control whether sent messages are stored in the handset (option set to On) or not (option set to Off).
  • Page 111: Configuring The Display Normal Messages Option

    Messaging 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the Display normal messages option Use this option to control whether normal messages are displayed immediately upon receipt (option set to On) or not (option set to Off).
  • Page 112: Configuring The Auto Answer Message Option

    Messaging 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the Auto answer message option Use this option to control whether upon receipt of a special message automatically a loud speaking call will be set up to an in the special message defined number (option set to On) or not (option set to Off).
  • Page 113: Configuring The Silent Answer Message Option

    Messaging 10. Highlight the required value for the option. 11. Press the Select soft key. 12. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the Silent answer message option Use this option to control whether upon receipt of a special message automatically a loud speaking call will be set up to an in the special message defined number (option set to On) or not (option set to Off).
  • Page 114: Configuring The Voice Mail Number

    Messaging 16. Highlight the required value for the option. 17. Press the Select soft key. 18. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the Voice mail number Defining a Voice mail number (page 67).
  • Page 115: Emergency Messages

    Messaging the signalling process. If you receive an urgent message during a call, a repeated alert tone sounds. Emergency messages Emergency messages require receipt confirmation Ŕ see Confirming receipts (page 115). An activated keypad lock temporarily deactivates after you receive an emergency message so you can acknowledge the receipt.
  • Page 116: Calendar

    Calendar Calendar You can use the calendar to set up reminders, appointments, and meeting alerts. The Calendar allows you to store a maximum of 80 (without the MEM card) and a maximum of 100 (with the MEM card) appointments. Attention: The actual maximum number of appointments can be smaller depending on the usage of the available memory for other features.
  • Page 117: Changing The Calendar Format

    Calendar 2. Highlight the Calendar icon. 3. Press the Select soft key. Changing the calendar format To change the calendar format, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Calendar menu as shown in Accessing the Calendar feature (page 116). 2. Press the More soft key.
  • Page 118: Adding An Appointment

    Calendar 3. Highlight the Go to date option. 4. Press the Select soft key. 5. Enter the date. 6. Press the Select soft key. 7. To view the schedule of the selected date: Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 119 Calendar 6. Press the Continue soft key. 7. Enter the start time. 8. Press the Continue soft key. 9. Highlight the Duration. 10. Press the Select soft key. Optional step(s): 11. When Other has been selected: Enter the end date and end time for the appointment. 12.
  • Page 120: Viewing An Appointment

    Calendar 15. Press the Continue soft key. 16. Highlight the Reminder time. 17. Press the Select soft key. Optional step(s): 18. When Other has been selected: Enter the reminder date and time for the appointment. 19. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 121: Editing An Appointment

    Calendar 2. Highlight the required appointment. 3. Press the View soft key. 4. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Editing an appointment To edit an appointment in the calendar, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 122: Copying An Appointment

    Calendar Copying an appointment To copy an appointment, perform the following steps: 1. Open the appropriate date as shown in Selecting a date (page 117). 2. Highlight the required appointment. 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the Copy option.
  • Page 123 Calendar 3. Press the More soft key. 4. Highlight the Delete option. 5. Press the soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 124: Additional Features

    Additional features Additional features This section explains the additional features available on your G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets: Using the Calculator (page 124) Using the Stopwatch (page 127) Alarms (page 129) When an incoming call arrives while using one of the additional features, the feature will be disrupted (e.g.
  • Page 125 Additional features 6. Use the Keypad: Enter a value (maximum 9 numerals). Press the key to enter a period (if necessary). 7. Select the required operation icon. 8. Press the Select soft key. 9. Use the Keypad: Enter a value (maximum 9 numerals).
  • Page 126 Additional features The following table shows the calculator icons available for your use. Table 14: Calculator icons Symbol Description Addition sign Division sign Decimal point sign Note: In all languages the decimal point is used as the decimal separator. Equal sign Multiplication sign Percentage sign Subtraction sign...
  • Page 127: Using The Stopwatch

    Additional features Using the Stopwatch Use the stopwatch to measure elapsed time. To start the stopwatch, perform the following steps: 1. Press the Menu soft key to access the Main menu. 2. Highlight the Accessories icon. 3. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 128 Additional features halted measurement. 9. Press the Reset soft key to reset the stopwatch (back to 0). 10. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 129: Alarms

    Additional features Alarms Use the Alarm feature to set up daily or recurring weekly alarms. This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Alarms menu (page 129) Assigning or change a daily alarm (page 130) Turning off a daily alarm (page 130) Assigning or change a recurrent alarm (page 131) Turning off a recurrent alarm (page 132) Accessing the Alarms menu...
  • Page 130: Assigning Or Change A Daily Alarm

    Additional features Assigning or change a daily alarm To assign or change a daily alarm, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Alarms menu as shown in Accessing the Alarms menu (page 129). 2. Highlight the Alarm option. 3. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 131: Assigning Or Change A Recurrent Alarm

    Additional features 4. Press the Turn off soft key. 5. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Assigning or change a recurrent alarm To assign a recurrent alarm, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Alarms menu as shown in Accessing the Alarms menu (page 129).
  • Page 132: Turning Off A Recurrent Alarm

    Additional features 7. Press the Unmark soft key to deselect the required day of the week. Repeat previous two steps for all the required days of the week. 8. Press the soft key. 9. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 133: Telephone Settings

    Telephone settings Telephone settings The following table gives the settings you can configure on your handset and related telephone setting icons on the display. Table 15: Telephone setting icons Icon Description Page General settings Sounds & Alerts settings Display settings Calls settings Connectivity settings General settings...
  • Page 134: Accessing The General Settings Menu

    Telephone settings Resetting the memory card (page 153) Viewing status information (page 154) Accessing the General settings menu To access the General settings menu, perform the following steps: 1. Press the Menu soft key to access the Main menu. 2. Highlight the Settings icon.
  • Page 135: Selecting An Active Profile

    Telephone settings You can configure the following features for each profile: Ring volume Ring melody for external calls Ring melody for internal calls Ring melody for unknown calls Normal message alert Urgent message alert Ring melody for emergency calls Increasing ring feature Alert volume Alert tone Increasing alert...
  • Page 136: Switching Quickly To And From The Silent Profile

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Profiles option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the Select profile option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Highlight the required profile. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 137: Editing A Profile

    Telephone settings Editing a profile Only the active profile can be edited. To edit the active profile, perform the following steps: 1. Open the General settings menu as shown in Accessing the General settings menu (page 134). 2. Highlight the Profiles option.
  • Page 138: Resetting Profiles

    Telephone settings 10. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Resetting profiles To set all profiles to the deafult factory settings, perform the following steps: 1. Open the General settings menu as shown in Accessing the General settings menu (page 134).
  • Page 139 Telephone settings To assign the current time, perform the following steps: 1. Open the General settings menu as shown in Accessing the General settings menu (page 134). 2. Highlight the Time & date option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4.
  • Page 140 Telephone settings 9. Press the Select soft key. 10. Press the Save soft key. 11. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. To assign the current date, perform the following steps: 1. Open the General settings menu as shown in Accessing the General settings menu (page 134).
  • Page 141: Choosing A Language

    Telephone settings 6. Edit the date. 7. Press the More soft key. 8. Highlight the required Date format. 9. Press the Select soft key. 10. Press the Save soft key. 11. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 142 Telephone settings Turkish Polish Greek Russian Norwegian Attention: For both the Greek and Russian language 2 choices are given. In both cases the only difference between the two is the order in which the characters assigned to the keys of the keypad are given to the user (e.g.
  • Page 143: Configuring Shortcuts

    Telephone settings Configuring shortcuts Use the shortcuts option to create shortcuts to access some of the handset menus and features by pressing a single button. You can assign a shortcut to the following programmable keys: Left, Right, Up, and Down. To assign a shortcut, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 144: Configuring The Led Signal (I755 Only)

    Telephone settings 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring the LED signal (I755 only) The I755 DECT Handset has a three colored LEDs (red, green and orange). The LEDs are used to indicate certain conditions to the user: Missed call Text message Voice message...
  • Page 145: Security Options

    Security options The G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets support the following security settings: phone lock, automatic key lock, PIN code and proxy password. This section describes the following tasks:...
  • Page 146: Using The Phone Lock Feature

    Telephone settings Using the Phone lock feature (page 146) Using the Automatic keypad lock feature (page 147) Changing the PIN code (page 148) Changing the Proxy password (page 150) Using the Phone lock feature Use the Phone lock feature to avoid unauthorised use of your handset. If the Phone lock is set then upon turning on your handset you‟ll be asked to enter the PIN code.
  • Page 147: Using The Automatic Keypad Lock Feature

    Telephone settings 6. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN (authorisation code) at the code prompt. 7. Press the soft key. 8. Highlight the required value for the option. 9. Press the Select soft key. 10. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 148: Changing The Pin Code

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Security option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the Automatic keylock option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Highlight the required value for the option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 149 Telephone settings Accessing the General settings menu (page 134). 2. Highlight the Security option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the Change PIN code option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN (authorisation code) at the code prompt.
  • Page 150: Changing The Proxy Password

    Telephone settings 10. Use the Keypad: Enter the new code. 11. Press the soft key. 12. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Changing the Proxy password Use the Change Proxy password feature to change the Proxy password used at SIP authentication.
  • Page 151: Defining The Handset Name

    Telephone settings Optional step(s): 5. Use the Keypad: Enter the Proxy password. 6. Press the soft key. 7. Use the Keypad: Enter the new Proxy password. 8. Press the soft key. 9. Use the Keypad: Enter the new Proxy password. 10.
  • Page 152: Resetting Settings

    Telephone settings 1. Open the General settings menu as shown in Accessing the General settings menu (page 134). 2. Highlight the Handset name option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Use the Keypad: Enter (or change) the handset name. 5.
  • Page 153: Resetting The Memory Card

    Telephone settings 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Press the soft key. Optional step(s): 5. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN (authorisation code) at the code prompt. 6. Press the soft key. 7. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 154: Viewing Status Information

    Telephone settings 4. Press the soft key. 5. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN (authorisation code) at the code prompt. 6. Press the soft key. 7. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. 8. Switch the DECT handset off and on. Viewing status information Use the status option to view information about the software release installed on the handset, hardware version of the handset, battery...
  • Page 155: Sounds & Alerts Settings

    Telephone settings 5. Press the soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Sounds & Alerts settings You can use your handset to configure audio settings and preferences. Use the Sounds & Alerts settings menu to configure audio preferences with the following options: Accessing the Sounds and alerts menu (page 155) Configuring the ring volume (page 156)
  • Page 156: Configuring The Ring Volume

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Settings icon. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Choose the Sounds and alerts menu. Configuring the ring volume Use this function to change the ringer volume. To change the ringer volume, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 157: Defining The Ring Melodies

    Defining the ring melodies The G955 and I755 DECT Handsets contain 20 available melodies and the G355 DECT Handset contains 10 available melodies. The available melodies can be assigned to various types of calls: Ring external for external calls...
  • Page 158: Assigning The Increasing Ring Feature

    Telephone settings 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Select a melody. Optional step(s): 5. Press the Play soft key to listen to the melody. (Press the Stop soft key to halt listening to the melody.) 6. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 159: Configuring Alert Volume

    Telephone settings 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring alert volume Use this function to change the alert volume. To change the alert volume, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 160: Defining The Alert Tone Melody

    Telephone settings Defining the alert tone melody To define a melody for alerts, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Sounds and alerts menu as shown Accessing the Sounds and alerts menu (page 155). 2. Highlight the Alert tone option. 3.
  • Page 161: Enabling The Vibrator Feature

    Telephone settings (page 155). 2. Highlight the Increase alert option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 162: Enabling The Key Sound Feature

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Vibrator option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Enabling the key sound feature If you enable the key sound feature, a sound occurs when you press a key.
  • Page 163: Assigning Confirmation Sound

    Telephone settings 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Assigning confirmation sound You can assign confirmation sound to indicate if you successfully perform a specific action.
  • Page 164: Enabling The Coverage Warning Feature

    Telephone settings 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Enabling the coverage warning feature If you enable the coverage warning feature, a sound occurs when the handset is out of base station coverage.
  • Page 165: Enabling The Charger Warning Feature

    Telephone settings 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Enabling the charger warning feature If you enable the charger warning feature, a sound occurs when the handset is placed in the charger. To enable the charger warning feature, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 166: Defining The Missed Call Time

    Telephone settings Defining the Missed call time Missed call time feature allows you to define when an unanswered incoming call is added to the missed calls list. To set the Missed call time feature, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Sounds and alerts menu as shown Accessing the Sounds and alerts menu...
  • Page 167: Accessing The Display Settings Menu

    Telephone settings Selecting a startup screen image (page 171) Configuring power save (page 173) Accessing the Display settings menu To access the Display settings menu, perform the following steps: 1. Press the Menu soft key to access the Main menu. 2.
  • Page 168 Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Wallpaper option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Select the Theme option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. To assign wallpaper other than the selected theme, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 169 Telephone settings 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Select the required Picture from the list. Optional step(s): 7. Press the Show soft key to see the selected picture. (Press the soft key to return to selecting a picture.) 8. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 170: Selecting A Theme

    Telephone settings 4. Select None. 5. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Selecting a theme A theme is a combination of images and colour gradations for the wallpaper, startup screen, and menu of your handset. To select a theme, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 171: Selecting A Startup Screen Image

    Telephone settings 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Selecting a startup screen image The startup screen image displays temporarily when the handset software starts. To assign a startup screen image according to the selected theme, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 172 Telephone settings 167). 2. Highlight the Startup screen option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Select the Picture option. 5. Select the required Picture from the list. Optional step(s): 6. Press the Show soft key to see the selected picture.
  • Page 173: Configuring Power Save

    Telephone settings Accessing the Display settings menu (page 167). 2. Highlight the Startup screen option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Select None. 5. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Configuring power save You can use the power save option to configure a period of time after which the handset enters an energy-saving state.
  • Page 174: Calls Settings

    Telephone settings 4. Use the Keypad: Enter the time periods in seconds. The first value defines the time before the display becomes dim. The second value defines the time starting from the moment the display dims, before the display switches off. If you configure this value at 0, the display never switches off (so it stays dimmed).
  • Page 175: Accessing Statistics Information

    Telephone settings 1. Press the Menu soft key to access the Main menu. 2. Highlight the Settings icon. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Choose the Calls menu. Accessing Statistics information You can view Call time Message count information using the Units menu.
  • Page 176: Answer Mode Configuration

    Telephone settings Optional step(s): 5. Press the Reset and then the soft keys to reset the statistics. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Answer mode configuration Incoming calls can be answered in the following modes: Any key to answer with any key Auto answer...
  • Page 177: Caller Filter Configuration

    Telephone settings 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Caller filter configuration The Caller filter allows you to selectively block or accept calls from specified phone numbers. You can store up to 10 phone numbers in the caller filter list.
  • Page 178: Adding An Entry To The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the Caller filter option. 3. Press the Select soft key. Adding an entry to the Caller filter list To add an entry to the Caller filter list, perform following steps: 1. Open the Caller filter menu as shown in Accessing the Caller filter menu (page 177).
  • Page 179: Editing Entries In The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings 9. Use the Keypad: Enter the name. 10. Press the Save soft key. 11. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. 5. Choose the Lookup contact option. 6. Press the Select soft key. 7.
  • Page 180: Deleting Entries In The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required entry. 5. Press the More soft key. 6. Highlight the Edit option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Use the Keypad: Edit the Number. 9. Press the Save soft key.
  • Page 181: Deleting All Entries In The Caller Filter List

    Telephone settings 2. Highlight the List option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required entry. 5. Press the More soft key. 6. Highlight the Delete option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the soft key. 9.
  • Page 182 Telephone settings 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight any entry. 5. Press the More soft key. 6. Highlight the Delete all option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the soft key. 9. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN (authorisation code) at the PIN code prompt.
  • Page 183: Activating Caller Filter

    Telephone settings Activating Caller filter Attention: If you activate the Caller filter and configure the accept list, the handset accepts calls only from the numbers in the caller filter list. If you configure the block list, the handset blocks all calls from the numbers in the caller filter list. To activate an Accept list, a...
  • Page 184 If you define a message (up to 160 characters), the handset sends the message to the number. Attention: The Emergency call feature is available on the G355, G955 and I755 Handset, but the message can only be sent from G955 or I755 DECT Handset.
  • Page 185 Telephone settings 6. Choose the Lookup contact option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Highlight the required contact. 9. Press the Select soft key. 10. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. 6. Choose the Enter number option.
  • Page 186 Telephone settings To assign a text message to an emergency call, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Calls menu as shown in Accessing the Calls settings menu (page 174). 2. Highlight the Emergency call option. 3. Press the Select soft key.
  • Page 187: Configuring Mandown Calls (I755 Only)

    Telephone settings Configuring mandown calls (I755 only) To be able to use the mandown feature on the I755DECT Handset you need to configure the various items related to this feature. Access the mandown feature settings by: 1. Open the Calls menu as shown in Accessing the Calls settings menu (page...
  • Page 188: Defining The Mandown Message

    Telephone settings 4. Highlight the Mode option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Highlight the required value for the option. 7. Press the Select soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Defining the Mandown Message Defines the mandown message that will be sent upon activation of mandown.
  • Page 189: Defining The Mandown Destination

    Telephone settings 6. Use the Keypad: Edit the message. 7. Press the Save soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Defining the Mandown destination Defines the destination that will be called or to whom a message will be sent when the mandown situation arises.
  • Page 190: Setting The Mandown Delay

    Telephone settings automatically answered call will be set in the loudspeaking mode immediately. To set the Auto answer mode, perform the following steps: 4. Highlight the Auto answer option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5.
  • Page 191: Setting The Mandown Prealarm Time

    Telephone settings 5. Press the Select soft key. 7. Highlight the required value for the option. 8. Press the Select soft key. 9. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Setting the Mandown Prealarm time The mandown Prealarm time specifies the time that I755 DECT...
  • Page 192: Assigning The Silent Charging Feature

    Telephone settings 10. Highlight the required value for the option. 11. Press the Select soft key. 12. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Assigning the Silent charging feature Activate the Silent charging feature if you do not want the handset to ring or vibrate while in the charger.
  • Page 193: Connectivity Settings

    Telephone settings the Calls settings menu (page 174). 2. Highlight the Silent charging option. 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required value for the option. 5. Press the Select soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 194: Selecting A Network

    Telephone settings Selecting a network For information about selecting a network, see Manually selecting the DECT system (page 53) Enabling automatic DECT system selection (page 54). Bluetooth Attention: The Bluetooth feature is available only on the G955 and I755 DECT Handset. The following sections describe the procedures you can use to configure Bluetooth: Bluetooth module installation (page 205)
  • Page 195: Handset Accessories

    Handset accessories Handset accessories NEC provides accessories with your handset. The following table lists the accessories available for the G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets. Table 16: List of accessories Item Description G355/G955 Multi The G355/G955 Multi Charger Rack allows you to charge up to eight G355 Charger Rack and G955 DECT Handsets.
  • Page 196 I755 AC Adapter with a mains plug with changeable socket conection part (for EMEA, UK, AU or NA). G355/G955 Battery Extra handset battery pack for G355 Pack and G955 DECT Handsets. I755s Battery Pack Extra handset battery pack for I755s DECT Handsets.
  • Page 197: Installing The Belt Clip On The G355/G955

    BT31V Bluetooth headset for the Bluetooth Headset G955 and I755 DECT Handsets (Bluetooth module required). Installing the belt clip on the G355/G955 You can use the belt clip to fasten the handset on a belt (swivel belt clip), shirt or coat pocket (executive clip).
  • Page 198 Handset accessories To install the belt clip, perform the following steps: 1. Place the handset facedown on a flat surface. 2. Use the plastic tool to unlock the fastening of the belt clip compartment cover as shown in Figure 3. The plastic tool is shipped in the box with the handset. 4.
  • Page 199 Handset accessories Figure 15: Installed swivel belt clip Figure 16: Installed executive belt clip...
  • Page 200 Figure 17: Installed belt clip compartment cover CAUTION Only use the plastic tool that is shipped with your G355/G955 to unlock the belt clip or the belt clip compartment cover. Using anything else, like a screwdriver, can damage your DECT handset and will...
  • Page 201: Installing The Belt Clip On The I755

    Handset accessories Installing the belt clip on the I755 You can use the belt clip to fasten the handset on a belt, shirt or coat pocket. The I755 is fitted with a belt clip when initially delivered to the customer. When the I755 is used with a vertical pouch the belt clip is to be replaced by the belt clip cover;...
  • Page 202: Connecting The Headset

    Handset accessories Connecting the headset To use the optional headset with your G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets, insert the headset plug in the headset connector install as shown in Figure Figure 18: Connecting the headset Installing or removing the memory (MEM) card The G355, G955 and I755 DECT Handsets can be equipped with a removable memory (MEM) card used to personalise your handset.
  • Page 203: Installing The Mem Card

    Please insert the MEM card properly in the handset! When inserting a MEM card with the configuration of some other G355, G955 or I755 DECT Handset then that configuration will be used. Any configuration changes or new contacts, messages, calendar items and call filter items added after installing a MEM card are stored on the MEM card and not in the handset memory.
  • Page 204: Removing The Mem Card

    To remove the MEM card from the handset, perform the following steps: 1. Place the handset facedown on a flat surface. 2. Remove the battery compartment cover (for the G355 and G955)and the battery. 3. Lift up the top-end and slide out the MEM card under the two...
  • Page 205: Bluetooth Module Installation

    Handset accessories Figure 20: Removing the MEM card Bluetooth module installation The G955 and I755 DECT Handsets are equipped with a radio system to support Bluetooth wireless technology enabled headsets. Ensure you are familiar with the operation of the navigation keys to use the Bluetooth feature.
  • Page 206: Removing The Bluetooth Module From Your G955 Or I755 Dect Handset

    Handset accessories 3. Slide the Bluetooth module into the Bluetooth compartment as shown in Figure 21 and click the Bluetooth module firmly into place. 4. Replace the battery pack. 5. G955: Replace the battery compartment cover. Figure 21: Bluetooth module installed Removing the Bluetooth module from your G955 or I755 DECT Handset To remove the Bluetooth module from your G955 or I755 DECT...
  • Page 207: Bluetooth Headset Installation

    Handset accessories Figure 22: Bluetoooth module removed Bluetooth headset installation You can install a Bluetooth headset on your handset. The following table describes the Bluetooth headset status icons: Table 17: Bluetooth headset status Icon Description Connected Disconnected In conversation This section describes the following tasks: Accessing the Bluetooth configuration menu (page 208)
  • Page 208: Accessing The Bluetooth Configuration Menu

    Handset accessories Enabling Bluetooth connectivity (page 208) Disabling Bluetooth connectivity (page 209) Adding the Bluetooth headset (page 209) Connecting and disconnecting a paired Bluetooth headset (page 210) Deleting a Bluetooth headset (page 211) Accessing the Bluetooth configuration menu To access the Bluetooth configuration menu, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 209: Disabling Bluetooth Connectivity

    Handset accessories 5. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Disabling Bluetooth connectivity To disable Bluetooth connectivity, perform the following steps: 1. Open the Bluetooth configuration menu as shown in Accessing the Bluetooth configuration menu (page 208).
  • Page 210: Connecting And Disconnecting A Paired Bluetooth Headset

    Handset accessories 4. Highlight the Search for devices option. 5. Press the Pair soft key. 6. Use the Keypad: Enter the PIN code of your Bluetooth headset (refer to your headset documentation). 7. Press the Connect soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.
  • Page 211: Deleting A Bluetooth Headset

    Handset accessories 3. Press the Select soft key. 4. Highlight the required device. 5. Press the Connect soft key. 5. Press the Discon. soft key. 6. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display. Deleting a Bluetooth headset To delete a Bluetooth headset, perform the following steps: 1.
  • Page 212 Handset accessories 6. Highlight the Delete option. 7. Press the soft key. 8. Press the key one or more times to return to the idle display.

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