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Pause; Using Speed Dial - IBM -4900 Installation And Operation Manual

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PAUSE

You may use this feature to create a dialing pause between digits during a call. Typically, the PAUSE func-
tion is most useful for programming dialing delays in long number sequences of certain Speed Dial num-
bers such as voicemail codes, international phone numbers, and personal banking authorizations.
Each time you press the [REDIAL] key, you add a three second delay to the dialing sequence (you may do
this more than once to create a longer delay.) You may insert a pause anywhere in the number (before, in
between any two digits and/or the end of the number.)

USING SPEED DIAL

You may store up to 24 numbers using the I2 Speed Dial keys. Each key supports two numbers, a shifted
and a non-shifted value. Each individual memory location can hold up to 24 digits, including PAUSE,
FLASH. PULSE and TONE.
Storing Numbers into the First Speed Dial Group (un-Shifted)
I. Press the [STORE] key.
2. Enter the number to be stored including
3. Press the corresponding Speed Dial key. A beep will be heard to signal successful programming.
Storing Numbers into the Second Speed Dial Group
I. Press the [STORE] key.
2. Enter the number to be stored including the digit " I" if the call is long distance.
3. Press the [SHIFT] key.
4. Press the [SPEED DIAL] key. A ring will be heard to signal successful programming. The [SHIFT]
LED will revert to dark immediately after pressing the [SPEED DIAL] key.
Storing the Last Number Dialed into the First Group of Speed Dial Memory
Press the [STORE] key.
2. Press the [REDIAL] key.
3. Press the [SPEED DIAL] key. A ring will be heard to signal successful programming.
Storing the Last Number Dialed into the Second Group of Speed Dial Memory
I. Press the [STORE] key.
2. Press the [REDIAL] key.
3. Press the [SHIFT] key.
4. Press the [SPEED DIAL] key. A ring will be heard to signal successful programming.
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