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Using Your Telephone
Due to the flexibility built into the system,
Dialing Codes
Feature
your
and
Capacities
may differ from those in this
guide. Check with your Communications
Manager and make a note of any differences.
and/or
These are
keys.
See Programming Function
Keys for more on setting up these
keys.
If you're on a Handsfree Call (see
Handsfree Options below), lift the
handset
for privacy.
These
Volume Controls
are for
speaker, handset and ringing calls.
Press CALL1 then
LND
to
automatically redial the last number
you called.
L1
L2
CALL 1
3
1
2
CALL 2
5
4
6
DIAL
7
8
9
FLASH
0
MIC
DND
VOL
LND
SPK
HOLD
Handsfree Options
Handsfree
lets you place and answer calls by pressing
Automatic
Handsfree, you can press a line or Line Appearance key without lifting
With
the handset. Normally, you have Automatic Handsfree.
Use
Handsfree Answerback
to answer a voice-announced Intercom call by speaking
toward your phone — without lifting the handset.
The
Message Wait LED
flashes when you
have Messages Waiting. If you don't have a
Voice Mail key, it also flashes when you have
Voice Mail messages left in your mailbox.
Line Appearance Keys
are Intercom keys
for placing and answering calls. If you're busy
on one – just use the other.
Press CALL1,
DIAL
and dial a bin number for
Common Abbreviated Dialing.
Do Not Disturb
Enable
to block your calls
when you don't want to be interrupted. This
key will also flash when Call Forwarding
is activated.
Handsfree
Press
for
calls, or use the
handset instead. See Handsfree Options below.
While on a handset call, press SPK once for
Handsfree; twice for
Group
Listen.
The
Microphone
picks up your voice for
Handsfree calls. Press
MIC
to turn off
the microphone.
instead of using the handset.

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  • Page 1: Using Your Telephone

    Using Your Telephone Due to the flexibility built into the system, Message Wait LED flashes when you Dialing Codes Feature your have Messages Waiting. If you don’t have a Capacities may differ from those in this Voice Mail key, it also flashes when you have guide.

  • Page 2: Placing Calls

    Placing Calls Placing an Outside Call . . . If your call doesn’t go through . . . Press a line key for 1. (Optional) Lift handset. Camp On and Callback quick access: + Listen for dial tone + Outside When you hear sys- 1.

  • Page 3: Answering Calls

    Answering Calls Answering Outside Calls . . . Quick Reference for Other Features Do Not Disturb: to block your outside calls OR to block Paging, Intercom calls, Call Forwards and transferred outside calls OR Listen for two rings or lift handset. to block all calls OR to block Call Forwards OR to cancel.

  • Page 4: Send The Call You're On To A Co-worker

    To transfer the call to Voice Mail, press your Voice Mail key before dial- ing your co-worker. (Hotline). *0893405* NEC America, Inc., Corporate Networks Group 4 Forest Parkway, Shelton, CT 06484 April 3, 2003 TEL: 203-926-5400 FAX: 203-929-0535 0893405 Printed in U.S.A.

  • Page 5: Placing Calls Quickly

    Placing Calls Quickly Automatically redial calls . . . Park a call in orbit Last Number Redial Park a call in orbit so a 1. Do not hang up. co-worker can pick it Quickly redial your 1. (Optional) Lift handset. + Park Orbit.

  • Page 6

    Quickly dial co-workers and outside calls . . . Abbreviated Dialing (Speed Dial) To dial your stored 1. (Optional) Lift handset. Abbreviated Dialing + Bin (for common). number: + Bin (for group). • You may also have function keys for Abbreviated Dialing.

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