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Dear Customer,
Gigaset Communications GmbH is the legal successor to
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), which in turn continued the Gigaset business
of Siemens AG. Any statements made by Siemens AG or
SHC that are found in the user guides should therefore be
understood as statements of Gigaset Communications
GmbH.
We hope you enjoy your Gigaset.
DE
Sehr geehrte Kundin, sehr geehrter Kunde,
die Gigaset Communications GmbH ist Rechtsnachfolgerin
der Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices
GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), die ihrerseits das Gigaset-Geschäft
der Siemens AG fortführte. Etwaige Erklärungen der
Siemens AG oder der SHC in den Bedienungsanleitungen
sind daher als Erklärungen der Gigaset Communications
GmbH zu verstehen.
Wir wünschen Ihnen viel Freude mit Ihrem Gigaset.
FR
Chère Cliente, Cher Client,
la société Gigaset Communications GmbH succède en droit
à Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH
& Co. KG (SHC) qui poursuivait elle-même les activités Giga-
set de Siemens AG. Donc les éventuelles explications de Sie-
mens AG ou de SHC figurant dans les modes d'emploi
doivent être comprises comme des explications de Gigaset
Communications GmbH.
Nous vous souhaitons beaucoup d'agrément avec votre
Gigaset.
IT
Gentile cliente,
la Gigaset Communications GmbH è successore della Sie-
mens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC) che a sua volta ha proseguito l'attività della
Siemens AG. Eventuali dichiarazioni della Siemens AG o
della SHC nei manuali d'istruzione, vanno pertanto intese
come dichiarazioni della Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Le auguriamo tanta soddisfazione con il vostro Gigaset.
NL
Geachte klant,
Gigaset Communications GmbH is de rechtsopvolger van
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), de onderneming die de Gigaset-activiteiten
van Siemens AG heeft overgenomen. Eventuele uitspraken
of mededelingen van Siemens AG of SHC in de gebruiksaan-
wijzingen dienen daarom als mededelingen van Gigaset
Communications GmbH te worden gezien.
Wij wensen u veel plezier met uw Gigaset
ES
Estimado cliente,
la Gigaset Communications GmbH es derechohabiente de la
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC) que por su parte continuó el negocio Gigaset
de la Siemens AG. Las posibles declaraciones de la
Siemens AG o de la SHC en las instrucciones de uso se
deben entender por lo tanto como declaraciones de la Giga-
set Communications GmbH.
Le deseamos que disfrute con su Gigaset.
PT
SCaros clientes,
Gigaset Communications GmbH é a sucessora legal da Sie-
mens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), que, por sua vez, deu continuidade ao sector
de negócios Gigaset, da Siemens AG. Quaisquer declara-
ções por parte da Siemens AG ou da SHC encontradas nos
manuais de utilização deverão, portanto, ser consideradas
como declarações da Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Desejamos que tenham bons momentos com o seu Gigaset.
Issued by
Gigaset Communications GmbH
Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt
Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark
licensee of Siemens AG
DA
FI
SV
NO
EL
HR
.
SL
Kære Kunde,
Gigaset Communications GmbH er retlig efterfølger til Sie-
mens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), som fra deres side videreførte Siemens AGs
Gigaset-forretninger. Siemens AGs eller SHCs eventuelle
forklaringer i betjeningsvejledningerne skal derfor forstås
som Gigaset Communications GmbHs forklaringer.
Vi håber, du får meget glæde af din Gigaset.
Arvoisa asiakkaamme,
Gigaset Communications GmbH on Siemens Home and
Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC)-yri-
tyksen oikeudenomistaja, joka jatkoi puolestaan Siemens
AG:n Gigaset-liiketoimintaa. Käyttöoppaissa mahdollisesti
esiintyvät Siemens AG:n tai SHC:n selosteet on tämän
vuoksi ymmärrettävä Gigaset Communications GmbH:n
selosteina.
Toivotamme Teille paljon iloa Gigaset-laitteestanne.
Kära kund,
Gigaset Communications GmbH övertar rättigheterna från
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), som bedrev Gigaset-verksamheten efter Sie-
mens AG. Alla förklaringar från Siemens AG eller SHC i
användarhandboken gäller därför som förklaringar från
Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Vi önskar dig mycket nöje med din Gigaset.
Kjære kunde,
Gigaset Communications GmbH er rettslig etterfølger etter
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), som i sin tur videreførte Gigaset-geskjeften i
Siemens AG. Eventuelle meddelelser fra Siemens AG eller
SHC i bruksanvisningene er derfor å forstå som meddelelser
fra Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Vi håper du får stor glede av din Gigaset-enhet.
Αγαπητή πελάτισσα, αγαπητέ πελάτη,
η Gigaset Communications GmbH είναι η νομική διάδοχος της
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), η οποία έχει αναλάβει την εμπορική
δραστηριότητα Gigaset της Siemens AG. Οι δηλώσεις της
Siemens AG ή της SHC στις οδηγίες χρήσης αποτελούν
επομένως δηλώσεις της Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Σας ευχόμαστε καλή διασκέδαση με τη συσκευή σας Gigaset.
Poštovani korisnici,
Gigaset Communications GmbH pravni je sljednik tvrtke
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH &
Co. KG (SHC), koji je nastavio Gigaset poslovanje tvrtke
Siemens AG. Zato sve izjave tvrtke Siemens AG ili SHC koje
se nalaze u uputama za upotrebu treba tumačiti kao izjave
tvrtke Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Nadamo se da sa zadovoljstvom koristite svoj Gigaset
uređaj.
Spoštovani kupec!
Podjetje Gigaset Communications GmbH je pravni naslednik
podjetja Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices
GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), ki nadaljuje dejavnost znamke
Gigaset podjetja Siemens AG. Vse izjave podjetja Siemens
AG ali SHC v priročnikih za uporabnike torej veljajo kot izjave
podjetja Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Želimo vam veliko užitkov ob uporabi naprave Gigaset.
© Gigaset Communications GmbH 2008
All rights reserved.
Subject to availability. Rights of modifications
reserved.
www.gigaset.com

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  • Page 1 Nadamo se da sa zadovoljstvom koristite svoj Gigaset de la Siemens AG. Las posibles declaraciones de la uređaj. Siemens AG o de la SHC en las instrucciones de uso se deben entender por lo tanto como declaraciones de la Giga- Spoštovani kupec! set Communications GmbH.
  • Page 2 Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), kroz koju je nastavljeno poslovanje kompanije Gigaset kao dela Siemens AG. Stoga sve izjave od strane Siemens AG ili SHC koje se mogu naći u korisničkim uputstvima treba tumačiti kao izjave kompanije Gigaset Communications GmbH.
  • Page 3 Issued by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG Schlavenhorst 66 D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset SX353isdn/SX303isdn © Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG 2005 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. www.siemens.com/gigaset...
  • Page 4: Brief Overview Of Base Station

    Brief overview of base station Brief overview of base station...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Brief overview of base station ....1 Safety precautions ......6 Display explanation .
  • Page 6 Contents Caller lists ............42 Making cost-effective calls .
  • Page 7 Contents Activating/deactivating voice announcement of date and time ....78 Setting the recording time and recording quality ......79 Activating/deactivating automatic pause .
  • Page 8 Contents Using function keys ..........115 Using Bluetooth devices .
  • Page 9: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Read the safety precautions and the user guide before use. ◆ Explain their contents to your children, and the potential hazards ◆ associated with using the telephone. Only use the power supply unit supplied, as indicated on the underside of the telephone.
  • Page 10: Preparing The Base Station For Use

    Preparing the base station for use Preparing the base station for use Pack contents The pack contains: One base station ◆ One receiver and one coiled receiver cord ◆ One power supply unit with power cord ◆ One ISDN connection cable ◆...
  • Page 11: Connecting The Base Station

    Preparing the base station for use Connecting the base station Note the specified sequence Socket for Socket for ISDN power cord connection cable Socket for coiled receiver cord Schematic illustration Insert the plug on the long end of the coiled receiver cord into the socket on the ◆...
  • Page 12: Connecting Additional Devices

    (messages, Phonebook entries etc.) are retained indefinitely. Connecting additional devices You can connect an analogue device to the Gigaset SX303isdn/SX353isdn (page 129). You can also use the USB connection on the base station to operate a PC (page 136). Connection for...
  • Page 13: Operating The Base Station - Menu System

    Preparing the base station for use Pin assignment of cable supplied As there are two different pin assignments for analogue devices (3/4 or 2/5), the cable supplied (see diagram) is designed in such a way that it can always be used to establish a connection between the base station and the analogue add-on device to be connected.
  • Page 14 Preparing the base station for use The various display symbols have the following meanings: Display Meaning when pressed Symbol OK key: Confirm menu function or confirm an input and store. Menu+ key: Open submenu, e.g. in input fields. Delete key: Delete input from right to left one character at a time. Escape key: Go back one menu level, or cancel the operation.
  • Page 15: Operating The Base Station From The Handset

    Preparing the base station for use Idle status Display in idle status (example) Gigaset SX303isdn Gigaset SX353isdn The number in pointed brackets <> <1> <1> indicates how many telephone lines are currently in use: <1> or Internal 10 Internal 10 <2>.
  • Page 16 Preparing the base station for use Operating the base station from a S44 handset The central operating element of the S44 handset is the control key p, which has four direction arrows and the associated symbols. Pressing the various icons (up, down, right, or left) opens a different function.
  • Page 17 Preparing the base station for use Operating the base station from a C34 handset The central operating element of the C34 handset is a control key p, which has a triangle to the top and bottom and a point to the left and right. Pressing the various icons (up, down, right, or left) opens a different function.
  • Page 18: Preparing The Base Station For Use - Getting Started Wizard

    PC software). Operating instructions for the S44, S1, SL1, C34, C1, C2 and C32 handsets can be found on the enclosed CD and on the Internet at www.siemens.com/service. What is an MSN? MSN = Multiple Subscriber Number. You can apply for up to ten different telephone numbers for one multiple ISDN connection.
  • Page 19 Preparing the base station for use Example of how to assign an MSN: You have applied for four MSN's, two for business use (MSN1, MSN2) and two for private purposes (MSN3, MSN4). Four handsets are connected to a base station. Two handsets (Int.11 and 12) and the answering machine AM 91 are intended for business use, and two handsets (Int.13 and 14) and the answering machine AM 92 are intended for private use.
  • Page 20 Preparing the base station for use The Getting started wizard cannot be used simultaneously by multiple ◆ internal users. If there is already settings data (factory default or previous settings), ◆ this data is shown at the appropriate positions in the display and can be modified there.
  • Page 21 Preparing the base station for use If your connection does not support this feature, you have to enter the MSNs manually. Press the display key to confirm the prompt. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Press the display key to confirm the MSN1 MSN %f? [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] prompt.
  • Page 22 Preparing the base station for use The receive MSN is used to answer incoming calls. The MSNs allocated to your ISDN connection can be allocated to various end devices according to your preferences. You can assign an end device multiple receive MSNs. Press the display key to confirm the prompt.
  • Page 23 Preparing the base station for use Using with a PABX: Only carry out the following steps if you want to connect your telephone to a private PABX (not directly to a NTBA). Depending on the PABX, it may be necessary for you to enter an access code (outside line code) for external calls during installation;...
  • Page 24: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls Making external calls and ending a call External calls are calls using the public telephone network. Two external calls can be made at the same time on your base station. either ... Immediate dialling: Lift the receiver. Enter the telephone number.
  • Page 25 Making calls Calling a specific handset Lift the receiver. Press the display key to initiate the internal call. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] either ... Enter the number of the internal user you want. or ... Press the display key. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] LIST Select and confirm the internal number you want, INT11: Int.11 e.g.
  • Page 26: Answering A Call

    Making calls Answering a call Your base station rings, the call is shown in the display and the handsfree key d flashes. Lift the receiver or press the handsfree key d to answer the call. If the ringer is intrusive, press the display key.
  • Page 27 Making calls Withholding phone number identification If you do not wish your phone number to be revealed to the person you are speaking to you can stop your number being identified. You can withhold identification of your phone number specifically for the next call or else for all calls. With the permanent setting, the phone number is withheld from the other caller both for outgoing calls (CLIR) and for incoming calls (COLR).
  • Page 28: Activating/Deactivating Handsfree And Open Listening

    Making calls Activating/deactivating handsfree and open listening The function of the handsfree key d depends on the current status of your base station: Your base station is in idle status: Activate handsfree while dialling: Enter the number and press the handsfree key. You are making a call using the receiver or you are making a call using the receiver and you have activated open listening: Activating/deactivating open listening:...
  • Page 29: Rejecting A Call

    Making calls Rejecting a call You get an external call or you are making a call and receive an external call. The call is signalled acoustically and also shown in the display on all telephones or handsets in this MSN group. You can reject this external call. Press the display key REJECT Depending on the setting (page 98) the call can be rejected on the base station rejecting...
  • Page 30: Callback On Busy (Ccbs) / On No Answer (Ccnr)

    Making calls The temporarily set send MSN is displayed as the phone number for ◆ the person you are calling. To make this function easier to use, you can also set one of the ◆ function keys accordingly (page 117). You can set up your base station so that after lifting the receiver or pressing the handsfree key d a list of all available send MSNs is displayed (page 97).
  • Page 31: Identify Caller

    Making calls Checking and deleting a callback Deleting the callback while it is incoming The base station rings and the display shows the callback number. Press the display key. The callback function is [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] DELETE cancelled. Checking or deleting the callback before it is incoming Open the menu.
  • Page 32: Functions During A Call

    Functions during a call Functions during a call Muting the base station You can mute your base station during a call, e.g. if you wish to talk confidentially to another person in the room. Your party on the line cannot hear your conversation during this time.
  • Page 33 Functions during a call Make a call to the second external user: Enter the second user's telephone number. You can also make a call via the Phonebook or other lists (page 36). If the second external user you have dialled is busy: Press the display key to return to the first party.
  • Page 34 Functions during a call Make a call to the internal user: either ... Enter the number of the internal user you want. or ... Press the display key. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] LIST Select the required internal number, INT11: Int.11 e.g. INT11: Int.11, and confirm. The connection to the internal user is established.
  • Page 35: Conference Call

    Functions during a call Conference call Precondition: You have established an enquiry call (page 29 and page 30). There is both an active call (the one established with an enquiry call) and a held call (the first). In a conference call you can speak to both other callers at the same time. You can make a conference call with two external users or ◆...
  • Page 36: Forwarding An Incoming Call - Cd (Call Deflection)

    Functions during a call Forwarding an incoming call – CD (Call Deflection) CD enables an incoming call to be diverted to any phone number while it is ringing, without having to answer the call. You can pre-set a divert destination (page 103), dial a phone number from the Phonebook or enter a new number.
  • Page 37: Working With Call Waiting For An External Call - Cw (Call Waiting)

    Functions during a call Working with call waiting for an external call – CW (Call Waiting) Precondition: CW (Call Waiting) set up, see page 106. You hear the call waiting tone (short beep) if you receive an external call while conducting another call (internal or external).
  • Page 38: Call Hold

    Functions during a call Call hold Hold external party You are conducting an external call. Press the display key . The external caller is put on hold. The waiting external party hears the waiting melody (page 107), when the connection is on hold internally (page 106).
  • Page 39: Using The Phonebook And Other Lists

    Using the Phonebook and other lists Using the Phonebook and other lists Phonebook and speed dial list You can store up to 200 phone numbers in the Phonebook. You can store up to 10 phone numbers in the speed dial list. The Phonebook makes dialling easier for you.
  • Page 40 Using the Phonebook and other lists Storing a telephone number in the speed dial list The maximum number of entries in the speed dial list depends on the number of entries in the Phonebook and in the email address book. Ÿ...
  • Page 41 Using the Phonebook and other lists Defining the MSN for the next call You can select a valid send MSN for this call only even when dialling from the Phonebook. Precondition: MSN next call must be activated (page 97). Select an entry and press to open the submenu.
  • Page 42 Using the Phonebook and other lists Selecting a phone number from the Phonebook If you are prompted to enter an external phone number while you are operating your telephone, you can use the Phonebook from your base station to do this. Precondition: The input field for external telephone numbers is displayed.
  • Page 43: Display Available Memory

    Using the Phonebook and other lists Display available memory The memory is divided between the Phonebook and the speed dial list (page 36). The available memory of all these lists is displayed. Open the Phonebook. Select any entry and open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 44: Opening Lists With The Message Key

    Using the Phonebook and other lists Automatic redial With this function, the phone number of a party you did not reach is redialled automatically every 20 seconds. The handsfree key flashes and "Open listening" is activated. If the party answers, press the talk key c. "Open listening" remains activated. If the party does not answer, the call is terminated after approx.
  • Page 45: Caller Lists

    Using the Phonebook and other lists Caller lists There are two caller lists: the list of missed calls ◆ It contains all calls that have not been answered or have been rejected and all calls answered by an answering machine for which there is no message. the list of answered calls ◆...
  • Page 46: Displaying An Entry

    Using the Phonebook and other lists Calling back a caller Precondition: The caller's number has been identified (page 23). Open the list of missed or answered calls (page 42). Now: Select entry. either ... Dial after line seizure Lift the receiver or press the handsfree key. or ...
  • Page 47 Using the Phonebook and other lists Changing the caller's phone number Open the list of missed or answered calls (page 42). Now: Select entry and open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. You will now see Change number the number.
  • Page 48: Making Cost-Effective Calls

    Making cost-effective calls Making cost-effective calls Sign up with a network provider who offers particularly low-cost call rates (call-by-call) or view the call charges on the base station. You can use the speed dial list to manage your call-by-call numbers. You can manage entries in the speed dial list in exactly the same way as entries in the Phonebook.
  • Page 49: Call Charge Display

    Making cost-effective calls Call charge display You can display the charges if you have requested this from your network provider. You can check the ongoing units / total charges and the charges for the last call made (depending on setting, see page 48) on each terminal. The total charges includes the charges accrued by this terminal.
  • Page 50 Making cost-effective calls Entering the price per unit In order for the invoice type Units cent.off. to be able to calculate charges, you must define the currency and the price per unit (by factory default: No rate). For this charge calculation, Units cent.off.
  • Page 51 Making cost-effective calls Displaying and deleting the cost overview Depending on the setting, call or charge units for each internal user, for each set-up MSN, and for the entire system are displayed. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Costs Confirm.
  • Page 52: Sms (Text Messages)

    SMS (text messages) SMS (text messages) You can use your base station to send and receive SMS text messages (Short Message Service). You ca send an SMS to any fixed network or mobile phone network number. Your SMS can be received as a text message by any device with SMS functionality (mobile phone, PC, another telephone).
  • Page 53: Entering, Editing Or Deleting Phone Numbers For Sms Centres

    SMS (text messages) By default, the "Anny Way" SMS centre has already been entered (number 0190 01504) and activated as the send centre. This means that, in Germany, you may send text messages immediately. You can activate another SMS centre as your send centre. The send centre that was activated previously is then automatically deactivated.
  • Page 54: Activating/Deactivating Sms Send Centre

    SMS (text messages) Activating/deactivating SMS send centre To send an SMS you must activate the phone number for the required SMS centre as the send centre. By doing this you determine via which SMS centre the text message is to be sent.
  • Page 55: Registering/De-Registering With An Sms Centre

    SMS (text messages) Registering/de-registering with an SMS centre In order to be able to receive text messages on your phone you must first register your phone number with an SMS service provider. You can find out from the service provider concerned which information you need to send to register and de-register.
  • Page 56: Sending A Text Message And The Outgoing Message List

    SMS (text messages) Sending a text message and the outgoing message list Notes on writing and sending an SMS message If you are interrupted as you are writing (by a call, an incoming SMS or because the handset changes to idle status because of prolonged inactivity), the SMS is automatically stored in the outgoing message list.
  • Page 57 SMS (text messages) Saving text messages Precondition: You have written a text message (page 53) and the input field is open. Press the display key to open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. You can then Store send the text message (page 54). The message is stored in the outgoing message list.
  • Page 58 SMS (text messages) Opening the outgoing message list The outgoing message list shows you: Text messages which you saved before you sent them (page 54). ◆ Text messages you could not send, e.g. you were interrupted by an incoming call ◆...
  • Page 59: Sending A Text Message To An E-Mail Address

    SMS (text messages) Deleting the entire outgoing message list This function deletes all the messages in the outgoing message list. Precondition: You have opened the outgoing message list (page 55). Open the submenu. Confirm. Delete list Press the display key to confirm the prompt. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Hold down (back to idle status).
  • Page 60: Receiving Text Messages, Incoming Message List

    SMS (text messages) Entering the text of the message Enter the SMS text. Email address, space, mustermann@name.de SMS text (example) Hallo Peter < > Press the display key to open the submenu. Confirm. Send Sending a text message as an e-mail You must send the text messages to the number for the e-mail service of your send centre.
  • Page 61: Opening The Incoming Message List

    SMS (text messages) Opening the incoming message list The incoming message list shows you: all received messages, ◆ messages that could not be sent despite several attempts. These messages are all ◆ stored with an error status (page 61). The message list is displayed, e.g. follows: Number of new text messages in the list Inbox 2/ 5 Number of old, read text messages in the list...
  • Page 62 SMS (text messages) Reading and deleting text messages in the incoming message list Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list (page 58). Select SMS. Open the submenu. either ... Read SMS: Confirm. Use s to view the continuation of the text Read textmessage message in the display.
  • Page 63 SMS (text messages) ... then Press the display key to open the submenu. Confirm and then send the message as described on Send page 54. The sender’s phone number is provided automatically. or ... Select and confirm to store the entry. Store To forward a text message, open the menu with and select the...
  • Page 64: Text Messages To A Pabx

    SMS (text messages) Adding a text message sender's telephone number to the Phonebook Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list and selected a message (page 58). Press display key to open menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Copy to dir. Go to the Name line and enter the name (max.
  • Page 65 SMS (text messages) You can display information about the cause of errors on the screen. Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list (page 58). Scroll to the text message you were unable to send. Open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. The cause of the Error status error appears in the display.
  • Page 66: Operating The Answering Machine (On Sx353Isdn)

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) The Gigaset SX353isdn has three answering machines (AM1, AM2, AM3), which can be used independently of each other. You can operate the answering machines either directly via the base station, a registered handset or by remote control (internal or external call to the answering machine, see page 72).
  • Page 67: Activating/Deactivating The Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Activating/deactivating the answering machine You can only activate/deactivate an answering machine when time control is not active (page 81). Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63). either ... Activate the answering machine: Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 68: Recording/Changing Announcements

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) The answering machine switches automatically from recording mode to announce only mode when the memory is full. As soon as memory space is made available (e.g., because you have deleted some messages) the answering machine automatically switches back to answer and record mode.
  • Page 69: Recording Memos

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Recording memos Memos are "spoken notes" recorded, for example, for members of your family. A memo is played back, saved and deleted in the same way as a message. If there is a new memo, the message key f flashes on all handsets assigned to the answering machine.
  • Page 70: Picking Up A Call From The Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Picking up a call from the answering machine You can pick up a call, even if the answering machine has already switched itself on, your announcement is running or the caller is already leaving a message. When you pick up the call the recording stops.
  • Page 71: Returning A Call During Playback

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Jumping to the next or previous message during playback Go to the next message. Skip to beginning of current message. Ï Repeat the last 5 seconds of the current message. If less than 5 seconds have elapsed, the current message is played back from the beginning.
  • Page 72: Playing A Message To Another Caller

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Playing a message to another caller During an external call you can play messages from the answering machine to the person you are calling. Precondition: The same receive MSN is assigned to the base station (or handset) and the answering machine.
  • Page 73: Setting The Playback Speed

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Setting the playback speed You can set the playback speed of messages/memos in four levels: Slow Normal speed, Fast or Very fast. When the phone is supplied Normal speed is set for all answering machines. During playback: Press the display key to open the submenu.
  • Page 74: Marking An Old Message Or Memo As "New

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Deleting all old messages/memos Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63). either ... Delete all old messages: Confirm. Message playback begins. Messages Press the display key to open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. Del.old messages Confirm.
  • Page 75: Remote Control

    Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Remote control You can control your answering machine remotely from a registered handset or any external connection or mobile telephone, e.g., to play back and delete messages. Apart from the first step, the procedure is the same for both kinds of remote control. Precondition: Remote control from an external connection is only possible if you have defined an ◆...
  • Page 76 Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Introduction to remote operation while you are away from home For remote control you need a telephone that transmits DTMF tones (tone dialling). It is important to enter the AM PIN immediately while the announcement is being played. In addition Remote control and, if required, Remote delete must be activated.
  • Page 77 Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Key sequences for remote control Once you have initiated remote control of the answering machine, the functions of the keys are the same for all telephones. Pause/Stop Record Announcemen On/Off Operating mode Delete Status/Help Playing back messages and memos All messages New messages only...
  • Page 78 Operating the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Playing back an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement Selecting an announcement Announcement 1 Announcement 2 Announcement Concluding announcement Recording internal memos Begin recording End recording Activating/deactivating the answering machine Activate/deactivate Help Check settings Check functions requiring one key to be pushed...
  • Page 79: Setting The Answering Machine (On Sx353Isdn)

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Once you have connected your telephone your answering machine is ready for use. Answering machine AM1 is activated. It records all messages (on all receive MSNs). AM1 can be played back and set from all handsets (factory default). By default, AM2 and AM3 are not activated (page 77).
  • Page 80: Hiding/Showing An Answering Machine

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Hiding/showing an answering machine If you only want to use one or two answering machines for your connection, you can hide the other answering machine(s) from all displays and menus. When hidden there must be no messages or memos remaining in the answering machine: If there are new messages/memos you have not yet played back on the answering ◆...
  • Page 81: Specifying The Number Of Rings Before The Answering Machine Starts

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Specifying the number of rings before the answering machine starts You can set when you want the answering machine to activate (after how many rings). The options are: 1 ring tone, 2 ring tone, ..., 9 ring tone. Instead of a set number of rings, you can also choose the cost saving setting Automatic 2/4 (factory default).
  • Page 82: Setting The Recording Time And Recording Quality

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Setting the recording time and recording quality You can set the maximum length of a message and its recording quality. The recording quality determines the total recording time of your answering machine. On the High quality setting the total recording time is up to 12 min, on Long recording (standard quality, generally adequate) up to 25 min.
  • Page 83: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pause

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Activating/deactivating automatic pause If automatic pause is activated the answering machine switches to pause mode after playing back a message or memo. The next message will not be played back until you Ð display key or the ô key. press the When the phone is supplied automatic pause is deactivated.
  • Page 84: Setting Time Control

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Setting time control You can set the answering machine so that it is activated or deactivated depending on the time of day, as well as using different announcements depending on the time of day. You can define (for the 24-hour day) up to four time sections with different settings for the answering machine.
  • Page 85 Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Select the menu item and confirm. Start time Enter the start time (4-digit). The start time specifies the end of the previous time section. Press the display key to open the submenu. Confirm. Save entry Hold down (back to idle status).
  • Page 86: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Listen In

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Activating/deactivating automatic listen in You can set up your answering machine so that it automatically switches a handset assigned to it or the base station (CX263 or SX353 only) to automatically listen in when it is recording a message.
  • Page 87: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pick Up

    Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Activating/deactivating automatic pick up With automatic pickup you can take a call directly from the answering machine (during announcement or recording) on any handset or by lifting a receiver (telephone with cord) providing the same receive MSN is assigned to all devices. You just need to press the talk key c on the handset.
  • Page 88 Setting the answering machine (on SX353isdn) Entering destination phone number for a text message Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 63). Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. SMS notificat. Enter destination number (up to 20 digits). Press the display key to open the submenu.
  • Page 89: Date And Time

    Date and Time Date and Time Setting the date and time The first time you make a call on your phone, the date and time are transmitted by the exchange. You can choose between the 12 hour and the 24 hour display (factory setting) for the time (a.m.
  • Page 90: Setting Appointments

    Date and Time Setting appointments You can use your base station to remind yourself of an appointment. To do this, you have to save the times. Setting an appointment Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Reminder Press the display key to open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 91: Night Service

    Date and Time Switching off or answering an appointment alarm An appointment call is signalled acoustically. The stored message (page 87) or Reminder is shown in the display. Press the display key to switch off the appointment alarm. The appointment alarm will ring for 15 seconds if it is not answered.
  • Page 92 Date and Time Select internal number, e.g. INT11: Internal 11 INT11: Internal 11 (‰ = set). or ... Select the answering machine (for SX353isdn): Select the menu item and confirm. Answering mach. Select the answering machine you would like e.g. AM2. The calls are forwarded to the selected answering machine.
  • Page 93 Date and Time Activating/deactivating Saturday/Sunday all day Night service If Sat/Sun all day is set, then Night service is active between the indicated start and end times from M-F, and all day on weekends. If Sat/Sun all day is deactivated, calls are also diverted at the weekend between the set start and end times.
  • Page 94: Security Settings

    Enter new system PIN (up to 8 digits, 0 to 9) and confirm. Repeat the new system PIN and confirm. Hold down (back to idle status). Memorise the new system PIN! If you forget it, the device will require technical intervention. If this happens, contact the Siemens Hotline.
  • Page 95: Defining Authorisation

    Security settings Defining authorisation You can set different authorisations for all registered devices: Unrestricted (set as factory default) ◆ All devices can answer incoming calls and make outgoing external/internal calls. ◆ Incoming only The devices can only answer incoming external calls. External outgoing calls are not possible.
  • Page 96: Dialling Emergency Numbers

    Security settings Setting up, editing, reading and deleting personal emergency numbers Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings If required, enter the PIN and confirm (page 91). Confirm. Security Select.
  • Page 97: System Settings

    System settings System settings The abbreviations in brackets after the titles indicate the ISDN service concerned. Some features may only be used if they have been authorised by the network provider (there may be an extra charge). Changing the name for an internal user By factory default, all internal numbers are given the names Int.11, Int.12, etc., according to their numbering.
  • Page 98 System settings Setting up an ISDN phone number (MSN) / changing the name If you have not saved all the phone numbers with the Getting started wizard (page 16), you can enter them now. All phone numbers that are subsequently stored are automatically assigned to all registered terminals.
  • Page 99: Assigning A Phone Number (Msn)

    System settings Assigning a phone number (MSN) You can assign particular individual phone numbers (MSN's) to registered terminals. When doing this determine which phone number makes a registered terminal ring (receive MSN), ◆ under which number an internal user dials (send MSN). ◆...
  • Page 100: Setting Up The List Of Send Msns For The Next Call

    System settings Setting up the list of send MSNs for the next call You can set up your base station so that after lifting the receiver or pressing the handsfree key d a list of all available send MSNs is displayed. By factory default, MSN next call is not activated.
  • Page 101: Assigning An Msn A Ringer Melody

    System settings Assigning an MSN a ringer melody Each receive MSN is assigned a ringer melody when setting up. You can change this assignment for each receive MSN individually. This means that all terminals will use this ringer melody to indicate an incoming call to a receive MSN. In place of ringer melodies 1-20, you can also assign the "Device ringer"...
  • Page 102: Diverting Calls

    System settings Diverting calls To make this function easier to use, you can also set one of the function keys accordingly (page 117). Diverting calls internally Only one destination can be selected for internal call diversion. ◆ Only one-level call diversion is supported: If the subscriber to which ◆...
  • Page 103 System settings Specifying the number of ring cycles Ring delay can be used to specify the number of ring cycles after which a call is to be diverted. The setting can be between 0 (= immediate call diversion) and 9 ring cycles. A ring cycle lasts 5 seconds.
  • Page 104 System settings Setting the location for call diversionn By default, Forward. netw. is activated. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings either ...
  • Page 105 System settings Activating/deactivating external call diversion Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Ext. call forw. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select call diversion and open the submenu. either ...
  • Page 106: Activating/Deactivating Handsfree Dialling

    System settings Activating/deactivating handsfree dialling If you have activated , you can dial without lifting the receiver. As soon as Dial handsfree you have entered the first digit, the line is seized and handsfree is automatically activated. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 107: Setting Up An Internal Group Call Group

    System settings By default, automatic call diversion is not set up. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 108: Setting Up Ring Delay

    System settings Setting up ring delay Ring delay can be used to individually set one subscriber per receive MSN to ring later. However, during this ring delay time, the terminal can answer the call using the "Accept?" function without hearing a ring. The ring delay time is specified in ring cycles.
  • Page 109: Activating/Deactivating Call Waiting - Cw

    System settings Activating/deactivating call waiting – CW This function can be set up separately for each user. When call waiting is activated the caller will hear the ringing tone if you are already making a call. This call is indicated both acoustically and visually on your base station display.
  • Page 110: Setting Up The Waiting Melody

    System settings Initiating an enquiry call see page 29 or page 30. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings either ...
  • Page 111: Activating/Deactivating Call Beats Data

    System settings By factory default, Internal is activated. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. System settings Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 112 System settings Otherwise, you would not be able to make some calls, e.g. callbacks from the call list. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 113: Calling An Answering Machine In The Network (On Sx303Isdn)

    System settings Calling an answering machine in the network (on SX303isdn) Press 1 and hold. You are connected directly to the answering machine in the network. If you then press the handsfree key d, you can listen to the answering machine announcement in the network and operate the answering machine via the network.
  • Page 114: Checking The Status

    System settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. System settings Select the menu item and confirm. Spec. function Select the menu item and confirm. Factory setting either ... Restore the functionality: Select the menu item and confirm. Operational or ...
  • Page 115: Setting The Volume, Display And Keys

    Setting the volume, display and keys Setting the volume, display and keys Your base station has default settings. You can change these settings as required. Setting the display Changing the display language You can view the display texts in different languages. Open the menu.
  • Page 116: Adjust Volume

    Setting the volume, display and keys Setting the display contrast You can set the contrast of the display. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Contrast Set the display contrast and confirm. Hold down (back to idle status).
  • Page 117: Changing The Ringtone

    Setting the volume, display and keys Changing the ringtone A range of options is available: Six volume levels: ◆ – Five volume levels (1–5; e.g. volume level 2 = ˆ), – "Crescendo" call (6; the volume increases with each ring = ‰). Ten melodies (1–10;...
  • Page 118: Activating/Deactivating Advisory Tones

    Setting the volume, display and keys Activating/deactivating advisory tones Your handset uses "advisory tones" to tell you about different activities and statuses. The following advisory tones can be activated and deactivated individually (the default setting is on). Key click: Every key press is confirmed. ◆...
  • Page 119 Setting the volume, display and keys Assigning a phone number to a function key You can use a function key with a phone number assigned to it for targeted dialling of a particular party. Precondition:You have assigned the function key (page 115)..
  • Page 120 Setting the volume, display and keys Assigning call diversion to a function key You can assign an immediate call diversion to a function key; the general diversion path set for call diversion is then applicable (page 99). Precondition: You have assigned the function key (page 115)..
  • Page 121: Using Bluetooth Devices

    Using Bluetooth devices Using Bluetooth devices Using Bluetooth , your SX303isdn/SX353isdn base station is capable of wireless communication with other equipment that also uses the technology. This means that you use a GSM (mobile) telephone or a handsfree kit for making calls on your base station or use PCs/PDAs to surf the Internet via the base station.
  • Page 122 Using Bluetooth devices Making calls using the GSM network You can only make external calls using pre-dialling, i. e. you enter the complete number on the base station or a registered handset first and then lift the receiver. The following pre-dialling options are available: Block dialling (entering telephone number by hand), see page 21 ◆...
  • Page 123: Operating With Other Devices

    (page 126). On the Gigaset SX303isdn/SX353isdn, you can also operate an analogue device (page 9, page 129), a PC via the USB connection on the base station (page 9, page 136) and a Bluetooth device (page 126).
  • Page 124 Operating with other devices Manually registering a Gigaset E45, S45, SL55 handset Open the menu. Ð Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Handset Select the menu item and confirm. Register H/Set Select base (1–4) and confirm, e.g. Base 1. Base 1 Enter the system PIN of the base station (the default is 0000) and press...
  • Page 125 Operating with other devices After registration the handset reverts to idle status. The handset's internal number is shown in the display. Manually registering a Gigaset C34 handset Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Handset Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Handset Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 126 Operating with other devices Registering a Gigaset 4000 Comfort/Micro handset Hold down to turn on the handset. either ... Confirm the prompt. or ... Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Register H/Set Select base (1–4) and confirm, e.g. Base 1. Base 1 ...
  • Page 127 Operating with other devices Registering a Gigaset 3000 Comfort/Micro handset − Hold down to turn on the handset. either ... Confirm the prompt. or ... Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Stations Select base (1-4) and open the submenu. Station1 Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 128 Operating with other devices Registering a Gigaset 2000 C handset Press to turn on the handset. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Registration Select base (1-4) and confirm. Station1 Open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 129: De-Registering Handsets

    Operating with other devices De-registering handsets Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Setup user Select the menu item and confirm. De-reg.
  • Page 130 Operating with other devices Registering a GSM mobile phone on the base station Carry out the following actions on your GSM mobile phone: Prepare your base station for registration, see page 126. 1. Initiate registration on your GSM mobile phone, either as a "paired connection" or a "coupled connection".
  • Page 131: Configuring Bluetooth Devices

    Operating with other devices When registering, the base station saves either the name transferred by the PC/PDA (Bluetooth device name, max. 16 characters) or the default name BT PC/PDA. The display on the base station is accompanied by the automatically assigned internal number.
  • Page 132: De-Registering Bluetooth Devices

    Operating with other devices De-registering Bluetooth devices Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Bluetooth Select the menu item and confirm. A list of De-reg. BTdevice registered Bluetooth devices is displayed. Select the device (e.g. GSM phone) and confirm. GSM phone The Bluetooth device is then de-registered.
  • Page 133: Connecting Telephones

    Operating with other devices Connecting telephones By default, the analogue connection is set to Telephone. For details of making calls using wire-based telephones, see section "Making calls with devices on the analogue connection (TAE connection)", page 132. If you also want to use this telephone to make internal calls, automatic line seizure for the associated analogue connection must be deactivated (page 132).
  • Page 134 Operating with other devices Connecting an answering machine If you are operating an answering machine (or a telephone with integrated answering machine) on the analogue connection, the device type setting Answ. machine is recommended. This setting allows the answering machine to pick up a call (see Page 134).
  • Page 135: Setting The Device Type

    Operating with other devices Setting the device type Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Setup user Confirm.
  • Page 136 Operating with other devices Making external calls Auto. line seizure inactive Auto. line seizure active c Q ~ Making internal calls Auto. line seizure inactive Group call to all internal users Auto. line seizure inactive c P / for GAP Call waiting You hear the call waiting tone during your external call.
  • Page 137 Operating with other devices Transfer call before/after answer either ... Transfer before answer: Hold down (return to idle status). or ... Transfer after answer: Transfer the call after answer. Make enquiry call. Hold down (back to idle status). Picking up a call while answering machine is in operation You can pick up a call even if the answering machine has already responded, your announcement is running or the caller is already recording their message.
  • Page 138: Gigaset Repeater

    Operating with other devices Gigaset Repeater You can increase the range of your handsets with the Gigaset Repeater. You can operate up to six repeaters on your base station. To ensure the repeater is installed correctly, repeater capability must be activated on the base station. Activating/deactivating repeater mode You can use this function to activate and deactivate repeater mode.
  • Page 139: Connecting A Pc Via Usb

    Operating with other devices Connecting a PC via USB Your base station then offers you the option of using a connected PC to : Configure your base station ◆ Manage Phonebooks from the PC, the base station or handsets ◆ Using a PC connected by a cable or via a Gigaset M101 Data, you can also fax from the PC (using fax emulation with no hardware requirements).
  • Page 140: Operating When Connected To A Pabx

    Operating when connected to a PABX Operating when connected to a PABX If you are operating your base station on a PABX, special characteristics for receiving text messages should be noted (page 61). Access code Precondition: If your phone is connected to a PABX you may have to enter an access code (outside line code) for external calls when first getting started, depending on the PABX.
  • Page 141: Dialling Options

    Operating when connected to a PABX Dialling options The KEYPAD function allows you to control certain services by entering sequences of characters and digits. The KEYPAD function must be set when connecting your Gigaset SX303/353isdn to an ISDN PABX or to a telephone exchange (e.g., Centrex) which uses the KEYPAD protocol for control.
  • Page 142 Operating when connected to a PABX Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. System settings Select the menu item and confirm. Spec.
  • Page 143: Operation Of Entrance Telephone

    Operation of entrance telephone Operation of entrance telephone Setting up the entrance telephone You can select two door types for your entrance telephone: Door type 1: ◆ for entrance telephones with door opening via ringing current (FTZ 123) – one ringer button.
  • Page 144: Assigning Internal Users To The Entrance Telephone Call Group

    Operation of entrance telephone Select the menu item and confirm. Setup device Select internal user and open submenu. INT21: Int.21 either ... Set door opener code: ‰ Select the menu item and confirm ( = on). Door code Enter code (preset = #9). or ...
  • Page 145: Making Calls With The Entrance Telephone

    Operation of entrance telephone Making calls with the entrance telephone Call from the entrance telephone The following features are not available for calls with the entrance telephone: Putting a call on hold ◆ Enquiry call from a call with the entrance telephone ◆...
  • Page 146: Diverting The Entrance Telephone Externally

    Operation of entrance telephone Diverting the entrance telephone externally Calls from the entrance telephone can be diverted to an external phone number. The internal subscribers from the entrance telephone call group are still called if an external call diversion is set up. The setting for the destination for external diversion, either in the exchange or in your base station (page 103) also applies to call diversion for the entrance telephone.
  • Page 147 Operation of entrance telephone Deleting the destination number for external call diversion Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Setup user Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 148: Activating Entrance Telephones

    In case of questions about the entrance telephones shown here or any other systems, please contact the respective manufacturers or suppliers. We ask for your understanding that Siemens AG cannot provide any guarantee of the currency, completeness and accuracy of the circuit diagrams.
  • Page 149 Operation of entrance telephone Ritto TwinBus entrance system SX303/353isdn Caution! Connect base power unit 4753/01 and additional unit TFV4680/00 using enclosed bus connector. Door type 2 (DTMF) For details of connecting entrance telephones with DTMF control (door type 2), refer to the example below.
  • Page 150: Appendix

    In many cases, you will then be able to use it again. Questions and Answers If you have any questions about the use of your phone, you can contact us 24/7 at www.siemens.com/gigasetcustomercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and answers below. What has happened...
  • Page 151 Appendix What has happened Possible Cause Possible solution when … … the divert conditions are Internal call diversion is Activate external call diversion not displayed for call activated. (page 100). diversion? Apply to have this activated by the network provider. …...
  • Page 152: Service (Customer Care)

    You can get assistance easily when you have technical questions or questions about how to use your device by using our online support service on the Internet at: www.siemens.com/gigasetcustomercare or by referring to the section entitled Questions and answers in this manual (page 147).
  • Page 153: Specifications

    This device is intended for the ISDN telephone connection in the UK. Country-specific requirements have been taken into consideration. We, Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, declare that this device meets the essential requirements and other relevant regulations laid down in Directive 1999/5/EC.
  • Page 154: Character Set Chart

    Appendix Power consumption Operating status SX303isdn SX353isdn Idle status 3.9 W 4.0 W Internal connection between base station (using receiver) and a 4.4 W 4.5 W handset External connection on base station using receiver 4.3 W 4.4 W External connection on base station using handsfree 4.4 W 4.5 W External connection on base station via a handset...
  • Page 155: Guarantee Certificate United Kingdom

    In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from ◆ manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the said device.
  • Page 156: Guarantee Certificate Ireland

    This Guarantee shall apply to new devices purchased in the European Union. For ◆ Products sold in the United Kingdom the Guarantee is issued by: Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt, Germany.
  • Page 157 This Guarantee shall apply to new devices purchased in the European Union. For ◆ Products sold in the Republic of Ireland the Guarantee is issued by Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG, Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt, Germany.
  • Page 158: Menu Tree

    Menu Tree Menu Tree Main menu In base station idle status press i (open menu): Write message Inbox 2/5 Outbox 2 Available memory Reminder Appointment editor Audio Ringer Volume Ringer melody Handset Volume Vol.Loudspeaker Advisory tones Key Beeps Confirm. Beep Error Beep Costs Cost overview...
  • Page 159 Menu Tree "Set base" submenu To begin: with the base station in idle status press v Set base or i N: Status Callback Withhold no. Call forwarding Ext.occupations ‰ = on AM1 on AM2 on AM3 on Missed calls (phone number list) -> Caller list menu (page 42) Accepted calls (phone number list) ->...
  • Page 160 Menu Tree Night service Activate? Deactivate? List of MSNs – if night service is activated Forward. dest. External Number editor Internal List of handsets Answering mach. List of handsets Start time End time Sat/Sun all day Settings Security Change PIN Enter PIN Authorisation Unrestricted...
  • Page 161 Menu Tree ISDN settings Set up MSN Edit entry List of all set up MSNs Ringer melody Delete entry Display entry Withhold no. Forward. dest. (Enter phone number) Lg.-dist. code National : 0 Change number Delete number Internat.: %V 00 Change number Delete number Code:49...
  • Page 162 Menu Tree "Answering mach." submenu To begin: with the base station in idle status press i Answering mach. or i O, select an answering machine, e.g. AM1, and confirm with Messages Continue List of all Delete message messages AMx Call back Call-by-Call Repeat Del.old...
  • Page 163 Menu Tree Settings Message/Memo Message length 1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Maximum Time stamp Time control Activate? Deactivate? – if time control is activated Mon - Fri List of four Select ann. Announceme adjustable nt 1 time periods Announceme nt 2 Announcem.
  • Page 164 Menu Tree Phonebook key and last number redial key Press the Phonebook key h or the last number redial key k, select an entry with sand press to open the corresponding menu. The following menu functions are available: For an entry in the Phonebook list: Dial number Display Number New entry...
  • Page 165: Accessories

    SMS (CLIP must be enabled) ◆ Voice dialling ◆ PC interface for managing Phonebook entries ◆ Headphone socket ◆ www.siemens.com/gigasets44 Gigaset SL 1 handset Large illuminated graphic display with date and time ◆ Illuminated keypad ◆ Phonebook for around 200 entries ◆...
  • Page 166 ◆ Phonebook for around 100 entries ◆ SMS (CLIP must be enabled) ◆ Room monitor ◆ Timer ◆ www.siemens.com/gigasetc34 Gigaset C32/C2 handset Graphic display with date and time ◆ Phonebook for around 100 entries ◆ Handsfree mode ◆ ◆ EATONI predictive text ◆...
  • Page 167 ◆ use of the dialler blocker to protect against unwanted ◆ high-cost connections. www.siemens.com/gigasetm34usb The following accessories are connected to the handset: Mobile handsfree set with P2T key With the mobile handsfree set you can make a call while keeping your hands free.
  • Page 168: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Added-feature connection ISDN connection that offers three more services than the standard connection: Call forwarding, transfer of charges after the connection, and a T-mailbox. AM PIN Abbreviation for answering machine PIN AOC-D Advice of Charge: During the Call. Transfers the charge information during the connection.
  • Page 169 Glossary Call diversion (via second B channel / internal call diversion While external call diversion takes place in the network provider's local telephone exchange, internal call diversion is implemented by your telephone. Your telephone diverts the call via the second line of your ISDN connection. This means both phone lines are engaged for the duration of the call.
  • Page 170 Glossary Callback on no answer If a user does not respond when called, a caller can arrange an automatic callback. As soon as the destination phone has completed a call and is free again the caller is rung back. This service must be supported by the exchange. The callback request is automatically cancelled after approximately 2 hours (depending on the telephone exchange.
  • Page 171 Glossary COLP (Connected Line Identification Presentation) User A calls User B. B's phone number is displayed on A's telephone. If, for example, B has programmed call forwarding to C, and the dialled number and transmitted number are not the same, then C's phone number is displayed if C permits this phone number to be displayed.
  • Page 172 Glossary Handsfree A phone's handsfree set not only permits open listening but also allows you to talk to the person on the other end without lifting the receiver by means of an integrated microphone. This means others present in the room can also participate in the conversation.
  • Page 173 Glossary MCID (Malicious call identification) See "Capture". Multiple Subscriber Number. The phone numbers belonging to a multiple ISDN connection. Each terminal is addressed separately, e.g., a separate number for a fax machine. Three MSN's are included in the basic price of a standard and added- feature connection.
  • Page 174 Glossary Parking A call is parked when you want to unplug the telephone during a call, or you want to continue your call from another telephone with the same connection. The connection is retained while it is parked. PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) Small portable computer, for example including calendar, address book and notes function and other applications such as a web browser for Internet access and a media player for playing back music.
  • Page 175 Glossary S0 Bus Four-wire ISDN connection wiring. It provides two B-channels and one D-channel. Up to twelve ISDN outlets can be connected to it, on which up to eight terminals can be operated at the same time. Standard connection ISDN connection with a series of services such as call waiting, three-party conference, or callback on busy.
  • Page 176: Index

    Index Index Connecting analogue AM ..Deactivate ....Access code ....Define AM PIN .
  • Page 177 Index Automatic pause (answering machine) Call charges Activate/deactivate ... . . Delete ..... . Display .
  • Page 178 Index Display language ... . . Date setting ....Long distance prefix ... Default settings Loudspeaker volume .
  • Page 179 Index T-NetBox message ... . Display call duration ... . . Getting started wizard ... . Display the available memory .
  • Page 180 Index Connection cable ....Message (answering machine) ..ISDN phone numbers (MSN) MCID, see Capture Delete ..... . Medical appliances .
  • Page 181 Index PIN (answering machine), see AM PIN Play back OK key ..... . . Announcement (answering Open machine) ....Caller list .
  • Page 182 Index Remaining memory time (answering Set time by ....machine) ... . Set up Remote activation .
  • Page 183 Index Send centre ....Terminal Sending as an e-mail ... Transferring a call .

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