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conversation, press the MUTE key
again. While MUTE is enabled, the other
party will hear music on hold (MOH). If
necessary, MOH can be disabled. When
MOH is disabled, you will be able hear the
other party whereas the other party will not
be able to hear you.

Enabling MOH

Lift the handset
Press the MENU key
Use the ARROW keys to select the
MUTE W/ MUSIC option
Press the SELECT key
Use the ARROW keys to select the
desired option (Y - yes or N - no)
Press the SELECT key
Press the MENU key
PAUSE key
This key can be used when the telephone
is connected to a PBX system. It inserts an
interdigit pause (the default pause is 1
second – to change this setting see Other
configurations on page 5), starting with
the first digit when you press the PAUSE
key
. These pauses are essential for
some systems with extension lines and can
be stored in the Phonebook, in memories
and on the REDIAL key
. The display
shows the character P above the number
dialed to indicate the pause.
FLASH key
(special features)
The FLASH key
allows you to use a
number of special features (call forward,
call waiting, conference, etc.) provided
when your telephone is connected to a
digital Central Office or to a PBX system.
The default flash is 250 ms. It may be
necessary to program a different flash time
(see Other configurations on page 5). If
you are not sure about the correct flash
time, refer to the documentation of your
PBX to check what the recommended time
is.
Note:
These
services
must
be
together with your local operator.
Memories
The telephone has 16 memories (position
12 on page 3). Each of these memories can
store up to 16 digits.
Storing phone number in the memories
To store a new number in one of the 16
memories, proceed as follows:
Lift the handset
Press the PHONEBOOK key
Press the SELECT key
: Enter the phone number to be stored
Press the SELECT key
Press the desired memory key
(position 12 on page 3)
If the number is already stored in the
Phonebook, proceed as follows:
Lift the handset
Press the PHONEBOOK key
Use the ARROW keys to select the
or
desired register or use the numeric
keypad (see item Consulting the
:
Phonebook on page 9)
Press the desired memory key
(position 12 on page 3)
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