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D-Term IP-32 User Guide

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    D-Term IP-32 User Guide...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Keys and Lamps ........................2 Tones ............................3 Making and Receiving Calls ....................... 4 Hold ..........................5 Transfer ........................6 Conference Calls ....................... 6 Soft Keys ..........................7 Feature Keys ..........................8 Security Lock ........................9 Speed Dial Keys ....................

  • Page 3: Keys And Lamps

    Keys and Lamps Some of the keys listed below have a built-in Light Emitting Diode (LED) that lights or flashes according to the activity of that function key. Security Button Locks your phone so you cannot make or receive calls. The Security Lock LED will remain illuminated when this feature has been activated.

  • Page 4: Tones

    Menu Allows you to access local phone settings, such as the call history, ring tones, and color of the Call Waiting Lamp. For a complete list of options, see page 12. Cursor Acts as the Up/Down/Left/Right/Enter buttons on the menu, as well as the Redial button, the volume buttons, and a shortcut key.

  • Page 5: Making And Receiving Calls

    Making and Receiving Calls TO PLACE AN INTERNAL CALL Lift your handset or press the Speaker key to receive a dial tone. Dial the desired 5-digit extension. Use your handset or Microphone to converse. TO PLACE A LOCAL CALL Lift your handset or press the Speaker key to receive a dial tone. Dial 9 and wait for the second dial tone.

  • Page 6: Hold

    Hold You may place callers on Hold at any time during the call. A held call will flash green on your phone, and will flash red on any other D-Term phones with the same line appearance. You may place a call on Exclusive Hold so that it may only be retrieved from your phone. When a call is on Exclusive Hold, your phone will flash a rapid green and will remain steadily lit red on any other D-Term phones with the same line appearance.

  • Page 7: Transfer

    Transfer You may transfer calls, set up 3-way conference calls, or consult a third party by using the Transfer key. Your caller will hear the normal music on hold while transferring, establishing a conference call, or consulting a third party. TO TRANSFER A CALL While on a call, press the Transfer key and listen for the interrupted dial tone.

  • Page 8: Soft Keys

    Soft Keys OHR (Off Hook Ringer) This feature mutes the ringer while you are on the phone. To activate or deactivate this feature, press the gray Soft Key directly beneath the letters “OHR” on your display. RMUTE (Ring Mute) This feature mutes the ringer so that the phone will not ring for any calls. To activate or deactivate this feature, press the gray Soft Key directly beneath the letters “RMUTE”...

  • Page 9: Feature Keys

    Feature Keys Security Lock The Security Lock will lock all buttons and features on your phone and prevent anyone (including you!) from using it until it is successfully unlocked. TO LOCK YOUR PHONE Press the Security Lock button above your display. The display will indicate “Security Lock?” Press OK or press the Enter key.

  • Page 10: Pickup

    TO SAVE A SPEED DIAL USING THE SHIFT KEY Press the Feature key. Press the Shift key, then press the speed dial key you wish to program. Enter the number or function you wish to save. The display will indicate the digits dialed. Press the Feature key again to save the number or function.

  • Page 11: Voice

    TO CANCEL FORWARDING Lift your handset or press the Speaker key. Press the forward key you wish to remove (Fwd NA, Fwd All, or Fwd Busy) and hang up. The LED light will go off and your display will indicate “Forward Cancel.”...

  • Page 12: Shift

    Shift The Shift key allows you to save an additional 8 speed dial keys. For more information on speed dial keys, see page 8. Logout The Logout key allows you to log out of your IP phone and disconnect it from the network. You will not be able to make or receive calls while you are logged out.

  • Page 13: Menu

    Menu The Menu key provides access to many customizable features. The only options used at Vanderbilt are History (Option 1) and Settings (Option 5). Below is a full list of options available from the Menu. For information on commonly used settings, see page 16. Menu History The History menu can be access by pressing the Menu key and choosing Option 1.

  • Page 14: Menu

    Menu Settings The Settings menu can be accessed by pressing the Menu key and choosing Option 5. Here, you can customize certain aspects of your phone, including the ring tone, the color of the Call Waiting Lamp, the font size on your display, and many more. Below is a full list of options available from the Menu Settings.

  • Page 15: Other Features

    Other Features Call Park This feature allows you to “park” a call until you retrieve it from your own or another telephone. For example: You receive a call and must go to the file room to look up some information. You would park the call, get the information needed, and retrieve the parked call on the telephone in the file room.

  • Page 16: Headsets

    Headsets Hands-free headsets are available for purchase through Vanderbilt ITS. In order to use your headset, ITS must add a “Release” key to your phone, which will allow you to hang up calls. Note: When using a headset, the ring volume on your phone is automatically lowered. To adjust the ring volume, you must come out of Headset mode.

  • Page 17: Customizing Your Phone

    Customizing Your Phone Ring Volume You may adjust the volume of your ringer as needed. However, you can only adjust the ring volume if the ringer is turned on and your phone is ringing. TO ADJUST RING VOLUME Have a coworker call your phone (or call yourself from a cell phone). While your phone is ringing, press Up on the Cursor to increase the ring volume.

  • Page 18: Lcd Brightness

    LCD Display You may adjust the brightness of your LCD display as needed. While the phone is on hook (i.e. inactive), press Up on the Cursor to darken the display. Press Down on the Cursor to lighten the display.

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