Now that you've mastered the basics, it's time to move on to the advanced features. In
this section, you'll learn how to set preferences for your endpoint, program buttons,
use directories, access your voice mailbox remotely, and perform various other func-
Your endpoint and voice mailbox are automatically set to specific defaults. You can,
however, configure many of these settings at any time.
Changing Volume Levels
The endpoint has two volume levels; low and high.
To switch from low to high or vice versa (while you are talking on the endpoint):
To set the low volume level:
appears. Use the dialpad to enter a volume level from 1 (softest) to 8 (highest). High
volume is automatically set two levels higher than low volume. If you have a headset
the headset's low volume must be adjusted
Changing the Ring Type
The ability to change your endpoint's ring type is helpful in close-quartered environ-
ments. Ring types include
The Vibrator Ring and Vib/Norm Ring types are only available on the Model
8525 and 8526 endpoints.
To select the ring type for your endpoint:
displays with an asterisk (*).
the factory set default. "Vibrator" ring type works only if your endpoint has the
optional vibrating ringer.
until Volume Level displays and press
until Ring Type displays and press
to select Telephone Ring. The ring type currently set on your endpoint
until you see the ring type you want. Then press
. The Current Volume Level
Model 8524/8525/8526 User Guide
. "Normal" is