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  • Page 1 Issued by Information and Communication mobile Haidenauplatz 1 D-81667 Munich Gigaset C1/C2/S1colour/ SL1colour © Siemens AG 2004 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modification reserved. Siemens Aktiengesellschaft www.siemens-mobile.com/gigaset...
  • Page 2: S1: The Handset At A Glance

    S1: The handset at a glance S1: The handset at a glance Reception strength Charge status = flat U full Talk key = flashes: battery is Answer a call ◆ almost flat or is charging Initiate dialling ◆ Switch from handsfree ◆...
  • Page 3: Sl1: The Handset At A Glance

    SL1: The handset at a glance SL1: The handset at a glance Display (display screen) Reception strength Charge status = flat U full Talk key = flashes: battery is Answer a call ◆ almost flat or is charging Initiate dialling ◆...
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents S1: The handset at a glance ....1 SL1: The handset at a glance ....2 Safety precautions .
  • Page 5 Contents Call lists ............50 SMS (text messages) .
  • Page 6 Contents Setting appointments ..........96 Displaying missed appointments, and anniversaries .
  • Page 7 Contents Making a call with devices on an analogue connection (TAE connection) ..134 Activating/deactivating repeater mode ........136 Operating the answering machine directly .
  • Page 8: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Fit only the recommended rechargeable batteries (page 154) and of the same type! Use no other types of batteries or non-rechargeable batteries, as they could damage health and cause personal injury. Ensure correct polarity when fitting rechargeable batteries, and use the bat- ‹...
  • Page 9: Means Of Display

    Means of display Means of display A table under the title indicates the bases or the handset for which this function is avail- able. Example: A function concerning bases with answering machine: On the base: CX150isdn SX150isdn CX253isdn SX255isdn SX353isdn Example: The vibration alarm of the Gigaset SL1: On the MT:...
  • Page 10: Preparing To Use The Handset

    Place the cover on the battery compartment about 3 mm down from the latch and ◆ push it up until it clicks into position. Use only the rechargeable batteries recommended by Siemens on page 154! Never use conventional batteries (non-rechargeable) or other battery types as this may cause significant damage to health and prop- erty.
  • Page 11: Attaching The Belt Clip

    Preparing to use the handset Your handset is now ready for operation. To correctly record the time of calls and, if applicable, messages you must now set the date and time. Depending on the network provider, the date and time are updated automatically by the telephone network with every outgoing call.
  • Page 12: Operating The Handset - Menu Guidance

    Preparing to use the handset Operating the handset – menu guidance Special keys Control key The control key is the central operating element. It has four arrows and the correspond- ing icons. Pressing the various icons (up, down, right, or left) opens a different function. The side you have to press is shown by a black triangle in the operating instructions, e.g.: key for right = open menu.
  • Page 13: Graphic Main Menu

    Preparing to use the handset The various display symbols have the following meanings: Display Meaning when pressed Icon Þ Last number redial key: Open the list of the last 10 numbers you dialled. OK key: confirm menu function or confirm an input and store. à...
  • Page 14 Preparing to use the handset Overwriting characters to the right of the cursor When entering Cost per Unit: the number of digits is fixed and there is a default entry in the field. Use the control key to move the cursor to the left of the wrong digit and then overwrite it.
  • Page 15: Operating The Base - Getting Started Wizard

    Preparing to use the handset Operating the base – Getting started wizard A few settings are necessary before using your telephone. The Getting started wizard is designed to help you with this. It can be opened anytime using your handset. The fol- lowing settings can be set one after the other.
  • Page 16 Preparing to use the handset 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. 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 17 Preparing to use the handset Setting the date and time: Depending on the network provider, the date and time are adopted automatically from the telephone network during the first outgoing call. The display shows: Enter time? Press the display key to set the date and time. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Enter the date (6-digit) and time (4-digit in 24-hour mode) in series,...
  • Page 18 Preparing to use the handset Confirm the prompt with If your MSNs can be found, the number of MSNs found will be shown on the display ◆ and the MSNs entered. If your MSNs cannot be found (e.g., because MSNs are already entered or the net- ◆...
  • Page 19 Preparing to use the handset Setting the incoming MSN The display shows: Set incoming MSN? The incoming MSN is used to answer incoming calls. The MSNs allocated to your ISDN connection can be allocated to various terminals according to your preferences. You can assign a terminal multiple incoming MSNs.
  • Page 20 Preparing to use the handset Using with a PABX: Only carry out the following steps if you want to connect your telephone to a private PABX (thus not directly to a NTBA). In this case, you must enter an access code (outside line code) for external calls when getting started the first time, depending on the PABX.
  • Page 21: Registering/De-Registering Handsets

    Registering/de-registering handsets Registering/de-registering handsets On a few bases, the registration of your Gigaset S1 handset is done automatically. You can also register your Gigaset S1 handset manually. You must register your Gigaset SL1 handset manually. Your handset can be registered on up to four bases. Automatic registration: Gigaset S1 handset On the base: CX100isdn...
  • Page 22 Registering/de-registering handsets De-registering handsets You can de-register any registered handset from any registered Gigaset S1 or SL1 handset. Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 23: 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. Enter the phone number and press the talk key. The phone number is dialled.
  • Page 24: Accepting A Call

    Making calls Starting a group call to all internal users You can make a group call from any handset to all other registered internal parties entered for group calls (page 122). By factory default, this option is activated. Open Internal call. either ...
  • Page 25 Making calls Displaying caller's phone number Precondition: Calling Line Identification is activated for the caller. Screen display with CLIP With Calling Line Identification, the caller's telephone number is displayed on the hand- set screen. If you have stored an entry for this number in your directory, then that entry will be displayed instead of the number, e.g.
  • Page 26: Handsfree

    Making calls Handsfree Activating/deactivating handsfree Activate while dialling: Enter the phone number and press the handsfree key (instead of the talk key c). Activate during a call: Press the handsfree key. Deactivate handsfree: Press the talk key. As soon as you terminate the handsfree mode you switch to "earpiece mode" and con- tinue the call on the handset.
  • Page 27: 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 as well as is shown in the display on all handsets of this MSN group.
  • Page 28: Ringback When Busy (Ccbs) / When The Call Is Not Answered (Ccnr)

    Making calls The temporary outgoing MSN is transferred to the person called as phone number information. You can set up your handset so that after pressing the Talk key c or the handsfree key d a list of all available outgoing MSNs is displayed (page 114). Ringback when busy (CCBS) / when the call is not answered (CCNR) Precondition: The exchange supports this service.
  • Page 29: Identify Caller

    Making calls Checking or deleting the ringback before it is incoming: Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. The status list is Status ‰ displayed ( = activated). Select the menu item and confirm. The current call- Callback back number is shown on the screen.
  • Page 30: Functions During A Call

    Functions during a call Functions during a call Muting the handset You can mute your handset 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 dur- ing this time.
  • Page 31 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 directory 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 32 Functions during a call Make a call to the internal user: either ... Enter the number of the internal party you want. or ... Press the display key. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] LIST Select internal number, e.g. Int.11 and confirm. Int.11 The connection to the internal party is established. The internal party dialled is busy: Press the display key to return to the external party.
  • Page 33: Forwarding An Incoming Call - Cd (Call Deflection)

    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 34: Transferring Calls

    Functions during a call Transferring calls Transferring a call to an external number – ECT (Explicit Call Transfer) Preconditions: The feature must be activated see page 130. ◆ It is only possible to transfer a call if the exchange or your ISDN PABX also supports ◆...
  • Page 35: Putting A Call On Hold (Call Hold)

    Functions during a call Changing parties End your current call. The waiting call becomes a normal call. Press the talk key to answer the call. Forward call waiting internally: You can forward the call waiting call internally without answering the call. Open the menu.
  • Page 36: Parking/Continuing A Call

    Functions during a call Parking/continuing a call You are making an external call and would like to transfer this to another telephone of your ISDN connection, for example. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Call park Enter a one or two digit park number and confirm. Wait for the positive response Call parked.
  • Page 37: Using The Directory And Other Lists

    Using the directory and other lists Using the directory and other lists Directory and speed dial list You can store up to 200 numbers in the directory and the email directory. You can store up to 10 phone numbers in the speed dial list. The directory makes dialling easier for you.
  • Page 38 Using the directory and other lists Storing a telephone number in the directory Open the directory. Confirm. New Entry Create an entry: Enter the telephone number. Scroll to the next line and enter the name. either ... Save the entry: à...
  • Page 39 Using the directory and other lists Already assigned speed dial digits are no longer offered. ◆ Sorting order: entries with speed dial digits are at the beginning of the ◆ list. Dialling with the directory/speed dial list Open the directory or speed dial list. either ...
  • Page 40 Using the directory and other lists Copying and changing a directory entry So that you do not have to enter a similar entry twice, you can create a copy and then edit that entry. Open the directory. Select an entry and open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 41 Using the directory and other lists Marking a directory entry as VIP You can mark directory entries of callers who are particularly important to you as "VIP" (Very Important Person). You can also assign a particular ringer melody to VIP numbers. You can then tell who is calling you by the ringer.
  • Page 42 Using the directory and other lists Adding a displayed telephone number to the directory When a telephone number appears in the display (CLIP) you can add it to your directory. This can be done while dialling from the last number redial list, from the calls list/ answering machine list (on Gigaset with integrated answering machine) or during a call ©.
  • Page 43 Using the directory and other lists Sending a single entry or complete list to a handset You can send single entries or the complete list to another handset that is registered on the same base. This avoids entering information twice. VIP settings, stored voice pat- terns and speed dial digits are not sent.
  • Page 44: Voice-Activated Dialling

    Using the directory and other lists To delete an anniversary, press the display key in the field for the anniversary in Edit the directory entry, then when the display changes press the display key Delete finally after another display change press Save Anniversary reminder call: The handset signals a reminder call with the selected ringer melody.
  • Page 45 Using the directory and other lists To change the voice pattern, you must delete it (page 45) and record it again. If your two recordings are too different from each other, you will be ◆ prompted to repeat them. A message tells you if your speech pattern is too much like another ◆...
  • Page 46 Using the directory and other lists Deleting the voice pattern You can delete a particular user's voice pattern for an entry. This does not affect the voice patterns of the other users. Open the directory for voice-activated dialling (see Step 1, page 43). Now: Select an entry (marked with ´) and open the menu.
  • Page 47: Email Directory

    Using the directory and other lists Email directory You store email addresses in the email directory you need for sending SMS to email addresses, for example. You can store a total of 200 entries in the e-mail directory, in the directory and in the speed dial list.
  • Page 48: Display Available Memory

    Using the directory and other lists Deleting or copying an email address Precondition:You have opened an email directory. Select an entry and open the menu. either ... Delete the email address: Select the menu item and confirm. Delete Entry or ... Copy the email address: Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 49: Last Number Redial List

    Using the directory and other lists Last number redial list The last number redial list contains the ten last dialled numbers (on your handset). If names have also been stored for these numbers in the directory, then these names will be displayed.
  • Page 50: Opening Lists With The Message Key

    Using the directory and other lists To cancel automatic redial, press the display key or any key. CANCEL A call in the meantime deactivates the automatic redial. You must acti- vate it again afterwards. Deleting a single phone number or the entire last number redial list Þ...
  • Page 51: Call Lists

    Using the directory and other lists Call lists There are two call lists: the list of missed calls ◆ This contains all the calls that have not been accepted or have been rejected plus all calls responded to by an answering machine for which there is no message attached.
  • Page 52: Displaying An Entry

    Using the directory and other lists Calling back a caller Precondition: The caller's number has been identified (page 23). Open the list of missed or accepted calls (page 51). Now: Select entry. either ... Press the talk key. or ... Open the menu.
  • Page 53 Using the directory and other lists Changing the caller's phone number Open the list of missed or accepted calls (page 50). Now: Select entry and open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. You will now see Change number the number.
  • Page 54: Sms (Text Messages)

    SMS (text messages) SMS (text messages) You can send and receive SMS text messages (Short Message Service) with your hand- set. You can 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 55: Managing Sms Service Centres

    SMS (text messages) If the fixed line recipient's phone is unable to receive an SMS, the text message is played back automatically as a voice message. Between 7.00 and 22.00 hrs, these text mes- sages are delivered immediately in the form of a telephone call. Text messages sent after 22.00 hrs are stored and delivered the next day.
  • Page 56: Entering, Editing Or Deleting Phone Numbers For Sms Centres

    SMS (text messages) Entering, editing or deleting phone numbers for SMS centres You can enter up to ten SMS centres. Before entering or editing the number, please obtain information about special features and what the SMS service provider offers. Open the menu. s í...
  • Page 57: 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 SMS centre as the send centre. By doing this you determine via which SMS centre the text message is to be sent. Text messages can be received via all SMS centres entered, as long as you have previ- ously been through the registration procedure (see the next chapter) as an SMS-capable connection.
  • Page 58: 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 59: 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 automati- cally stored in the outgoing message list.
  • Page 60 SMS (text messages) Ç The EATONI (page 156) predictive text feature helps you write your message The icon tells you if EATONI is activated (the default setting is: on). You can deactivate EATONI à anytime using Predictive Text Please refer to the Character Set Chart (page 155) to see how to ◆...
  • Page 61 SMS (text messages) The recipient's number must always include the area code (prefix), even if you are in that area. Examples of phone number inputs: 08912345678 A national telephone number within the fixed network 077x1234567 A number within the mobile phone network Opening the outgoing message list The outgoing message list shows you: Text messages which you saved before you sent them (page 59).
  • Page 62 SMS (text messages) or ... Delete SMS: Select the menu item and confirm. Delete textmess. 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 60). Open the menu.
  • Page 63: Sending A Text Message To An E-Mail Address

    SMS (text messages) Precondition: You are writing an SMS (page 58), and the input field is open. à Press the display key to open the submenu. either ... Inserting text templates: Select the menu item and confirm. Insert Template Select a template and confirm, e.g. Let's meet . Let's meet or ...
  • Page 64: Receiving Text Messages, Incoming Message List

    SMS (text messages) Entering the text of the message Enter the SMS text. Ç 580(1)_____ _____Abc Email address, space, SMS p.mustermann@name.de text (example) Hallo Peter ¨ à Press display key to open menu. 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 65: 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 70). The message list is displayed for example as follows Number of new text messages in the list Inbox 2/ 5 Number of old, read text messages in the list...
  • Page 66 SMS (text messages) Reading and deleting text messages in the incoming message list Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list (page 64). Select SMS. Open the menu. either ... Read SMS: Confirm. Use s to view the continuation of the text Read textmessage message in the display.
  • Page 67 SMS (text messages) or ... Edit the incoming message and return it: Select the menu item and confirm. Use Text Edit text..then à Press display key to open menu. Confirm and then send the message as described on Send page 59.
  • Page 68 SMS (text messages) Callback begins at once. The phone number is deleted from the calls list and entered in the last number redial list. To a PABX: The access code (outside line code) is automatically put before the phone number (page 130). Copying a phone number from the SMS text into the directory You telephone can "detect"...
  • Page 69: Using New Ringer Tones And Logos For The Handset

    (graphic) as well. For a selection of melodies and logos, browse these web pages on the Internet: www.siemens-mobile.com/ringtones (melodies) and www.siemens-mobile.com/logos (logos). The Internet pages will tell you which data is available in your country. You can use the following formats: "iMelody"...
  • Page 70 SMS (text messages) Installing a new ringer tone or a logo Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list (page 64). Scroll to the desired text message as necessary. Confirm. You can see in the title or icons that data for Read textmessage installing the melodies/logos you have chosen has been sent.
  • Page 71: Text Messages To A Pabx

    SMS (text messages) to a PABX Text messages You can only receive a text message when the Calling Line Identification is for- warded to the extension of the PABX (CLIP). The CLIP of the phone number of the SMS centre is evaluated in your telephone. If your phone is connected to a PABX, you may have to prefix the number of the SMS centre with an access code (this depends on your PABX).
  • Page 72 SMS (text messages) Errors when receiving a text message A message appears on the screen if your phone cannot receive any more text messages. You cannot receive text messages under the following conditions: call forwarding has been activated with All Calls, ◆...
  • Page 73: 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 handset. You can use the speed dial list to manage your call-by-call numbers. You manage entries in the speed dial list in the same way as entries in the directory by opening the speed dial list with the C key instead of the directory.
  • Page 74: Displaying Call Charges

    Making cost-effective calls Displaying call charges 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 of the last call made (depending on setting, see page 75) on each Comfort handset. The total charges includes the charges accrued by this handset.
  • Page 75 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 76 Making cost-effective calls Displaying and deleting the cost overview Depending on the setting, call or charge units for each internal party, for each set-up MSN, and for the entire system are displayed: Open the menu. s ë Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm.
  • Page 77: Operating More Than One Handset

    Operating more than one handset Operating more than one handset Using a handset as a room monitor With this function, a previously stored internal or external number is called when a set noise level in the room is reached (the baby cries). When you answer the call you hear the noise in the baby's room.
  • Page 78 Operating more than one handset Activating the room monitor function and entering the "call to" number for the first time Step 1: Open input field for room monitor: Open the menu. s é Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm. The input field is opened. Room Monitor Step 2: Activate room monitor: Go to the line Room M.: On.
  • Page 79 Operating more than one handset Changing previously set external "call to" numbers Precondition: You currently have the input field open for the room monitor (Step 1, page 77). Jump to the line Call to: and press the display key. R[RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Edit Delete existing phone number.
  • Page 80: Setting The Walk And Talk Mode

    Operating more than one handset Deactivating the room monitor Press the OFF display key on the room monitor handset to deactivate the room monitor function. To reactivate the room monitor function with the same telephone number, you must turn on the activation again and save with Save Setting the Walk and Talk mode The Walk and Talk function allows two handsets to communicate with each other no...
  • Page 81 Operating more than one handset Activating/deactivating the Walk and Talk mode Open the menu. s é Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Walk and Talk Deactivate the Walk and Talk mode: Press the display key. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] If, when you are in Walk and Talk mode, you press the talk key c or the handsfree key d, the call will go to all the handsets that are in Walk and Talk mode.
  • Page 82: Setting The Answering Machine

    Setting the answering machine Setting the answering machine On the base: CX150isdn SX150isdn CX253isdn SX255isdn SX353isdn Once you have connected your telephone your answering machine is ready for use. Answering machine AM1 is activated. It displays all messages (on all receive MSN's). AM1 can be played back and set from all handsets (factory default).
  • Page 83: Hiding/Showing An Answering Machine

    Setting the answering machine Hiding/showing an answering machine If you only want to operate one or two answering machines for your connection you can remove the other answering machine(s) from all displays and menus. When supplied, AM1 is set to show, AM2 and AM3 are hidden. 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 84: Specifying The Number Of Rings Before The Answering Machine Starts

    Setting the answering machine 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 set the charge saving setting Automatic 2/4 (factory default).
  • Page 85: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pause

    Setting the answering machine Setting the recording time You can limit the maximum length of a message to 1 minute, 2 minutes or 3 minutes. If you set the recording time to Maximum (factory setting), it is "unlimited" (until the memory is full).
  • Page 86: Locking The Answering Machine, Defining Am Pin

    Setting the answering machine Locking the answering machine, defining AM PIN You can protect your answering machine against unauthorised access. To do this, define an AM PIN (Personal Identification Number) and activate the AM lock. The settings may then only be changed and the messages played back after the PIN has been entered. The answering machine can only be controlled remotely if you have defined an AM PIN.
  • Page 87 Setting the answering machine Example: The answering machine of your office should be deactivated during normal office hours (8:00 to 5:00 p.m.). Only during the lunch hour (12:00 to 3:00 p.m.) should the answer- ing machine be activated using announcement 1. After office hours (5:00 to 8:00 p.m.) the answering machine should use announcement only.
  • Page 88 Setting the answering machine Setting time control for Saturday or Sunday By factory default, the time control for work days is used – As for Mon-Fri. Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 138). Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 89: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Listen In On The Handset

    Setting the answering machine Activating/deactivating automatic listen in on the handset You can set your answering machine to switch a handset assigned to it automatically to listen in when a message is recorded. When supplied, automatic listen in is deactivated. Assigning a handset Only one handset may be assigned to an answering machine.
  • Page 90: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pickup

    Setting the answering machine Activating/deactivating automatic pickup With automatic pickup you can take a call directly from the answering machine (announcement or recording is running) on any handset or by lifting a receiver (tele- phone 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 91 Setting the answering machine Entering destination phone number for a text message No destination number has been stored. Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 138). Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. SMS notificat.
  • Page 92: Security Settings

    Enter new system PIN (up to 8 digits, 0 to 9) and con- firm. Repeat the new system PIN and confirm. Long press (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 153).
  • Page 93: 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 external/internal outgoing calls. ◆ Incoming only The devices can only answer incoming calls. External calls cannot be made. Internal calls can be made.
  • Page 94: Dialling Emergency Numbers

    Security settings Í Press the display key to open the submenu. either ... Set up or edit emergency number: Confirm. Change number Enter new emergency number (up to 32 digits) or edit existing emergency number. You can also copy the number from the directory s or speed dial list C.
  • Page 95: Date And Time

    Date and Time Date and Time Setting the date and the 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 96 Date and Time Switching the alarm clock on: In the Room M.: line, select On. Enter the time for wake-up call: Scroll to the Time: line and enter the hours/minutes in a 4-digit format, e.g., QM15 for "7:15 a.m.". When in 12-hour mode (page 94): [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] am/pm press the display key if you want to switch between...
  • Page 97: Setting Appointments

    Date and Time Setting appointments You can use your handset to remind yourself of up to five appointments. To do this, you have to save the times. Activating and setting appointments Open the menu. s ç Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm.
  • Page 98: Displaying Missed Appointments, And Anniversaries

    Date and Time Cancelling an appointment Open the menu. s ç Select the menu item and confirm. Confirm. Set Appoints. Select the appointment (1-5) and confirm. Appoint. 2 Select setting Off. Now press the display key to confirm the setting. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR ] Save Switching off or answering an appointment alarm...
  • Page 99: Night Service

    Date and Time If there is a new appointment/anniversary in the list, the display ◆ shows . You can also use this display key to open the list of Appoint appointments/anniversaries. Once you have looked at all the new appointments, Appoint will disappear from the display. If the handset is deactivated at the time of an appointment/anniver- ◆...
  • Page 100 Date and Time Setting the forward destination Precondition: Night service is deactivated (page 101). Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm (‰ = Night serv- Night service ice is activated). The list of MSNs is displayed. Select and confirm MSN, e.g.
  • Page 101 Date and Time Entering the start and end time for Night service By factory default, the Start time is pre-set to 20:00 or 8:00 pm, and 08:00 or 8:00 am for the End time. Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 102 Date and Time Activating/deactivating Night service You can only activate Night service when you have entered a forward destination for the incoming MSN and when there is no forward destination currently activated for it. Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 103: Individual Handset Settings

    Individual handset settings Individual handset settings Your handset has default settings. You can change these settings individually. Changing the display language You can view the display texts in different languages. Open the menu. s ì Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 104: Displaying A Logo

    Individual handset settings Displaying a logo You can display a logo instead of the idle status display. You have a choice of 3 pictures. Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Display Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 105: Changing The Name Of The Base

    Individual handset settings Changing the name of the base The names " assigned automatically. You can change the name of Base 1" to "Base 4" are your base. The name of the base is handset-specific, i.e. the base receives the name which was assigned by the handset.
  • Page 106: Changing The Ringer Tone

    Individual handset settings Changing the ringer tone Setting the ringer melody on the handset is only effective, if the external ringer MT is set instead of a ringer melody(page 115) for the incoming MSN of the handset. A range of options is available: Gigaset S1: Six volume levels: ◆...
  • Page 107 Individual handset settings Scroll to the Until: line and enter the end of the time period (4-digit format). Scroll to the next line and set the ringer volume for this time period. Press the display key to save the time control. [RRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR] Save Now press the display key to confirm the setting.
  • Page 108 Individual handset settings Activating/deactivating the ringer All handsets ring when there is an incoming call. You can cancel the ringer on your handset before you answer a call or when the handset is in idle status; the ringer can be cancelled permanently or just for the current call.
  • Page 109: Sound Manager

    Individual handset settings Sound Manager On the MT: You can use Sound Manager to record polyphonic melodies (max. length 4 sec.) or record using a data cable (max. 16 kb) (page 158). A maximum of 16 melodies can be stored. Open the menu.
  • Page 110: Vibration Alarm

    Individual handset settings Vibration alarm On the MT: Incoming calls and other messages are signalled by a vibration. This setting is independ- ent of ringer settings. Open the menu. s ê Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm (‰ = activated). Silent Alert Long press (back to idle status).
  • Page 111: Resetting A Handset To The Factory Setting

    Individual handset settings Resetting a handset to the factory setting You can reset individual settings and changes you have made. This will not affect entries in the directory, the calls list, the email directory or the speed dial list, the handset's reg- istration to the base and melodies that you have loaded.
  • Page 112: System Settings

    System settings System settings The abbreviations in brackets after the titles indicate the ISDN service concerned. Some services may only be used if they have been authorised by the network provider (there may be an extra charge). All the settings for the base are made with a registered S 1 handset. Changing the names for internal users By factory default, all internal numbers are given the names Int.11 , Int.12 , etc., accord- ing to their numbering.
  • Page 113: Setting Up/Deleting Isdn Phone Numbers (Msn)

    System settings Setting up/deleting ISDN phone numbers (MSN) Your ISDN connection offers you 2 simultaneously usable telephone lines (B channels). You can establish up to 10 separate phone numbers (MSN) on your base station. Setting up an ISDN phone number (MSN) / changing the name If you haven’t saved all the phone numbers with the Getting started wizard (page 14), you can enter them now.
  • Page 114: Assigning A Phone Number (Msn)

    System settings Cancelling ISDN phone numbers (MSN) Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. 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 115: Setting Up The List Of Outgoing Msn For The Next Call

    System settings Assigning a send MSN When the phone is supplied no send MSN has been entered. The telephone exchange adds the outgoing MSN. You can define one outgoing MSN per internal party. This MSN is shown to the person you call and the call is also charged to this MSN.
  • Page 116: Setting Up A Busy Signal When The Msn Is Being Used (Busy On Busy)

    System settings Setting up a busy signal when the MSN is being used (Busy on Busy) This setting allows callers to get a busy signal immediately when an external call is already being made on this MSN, independent of the setting Call waiting. By factory default, the function is not set.
  • Page 117: Setting Up Rejecting For The Entire Msn Group

    System settings Setting up rejecting for the entire MSN group You can reject an external call not only on your handset, but for all members of an MSN group. Pressing will give the caller a busy signal instead of a ringing tone. The REJECT entire group will no longer be called.
  • Page 118 System settings Activating/deactivating internal call forwarding Precondition: Internal call forwarding can only be activated if the forward destination is set up. Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Int. call forw. Enter system PIN if required (page 91).
  • Page 119 System settings so that the call is forwarded in your base (internal call forwarding); this means both ◆ telephone lines are engaged You bear the costs for the call forwarding. ◆ If the call is forwarded in the base station (internal call forwarding), ◆...
  • Page 120 System settings Setting up the forwarding destination Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Ext. call forw. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). The list of set up call transfers is displayed. Í...
  • Page 121 System settings Editing an entry Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Ext. call forw. Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select call forwarding, e.g. MSN1 to 22222. Open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 122: Pre-Assigning The Call Deflection Destination - Cd (Call Deflection)

    System settings Switching external call forwarding internal/external Your ISDN connection offers you 2 simultaneously usable telephone lines (B channels). You can set up your telephone so that: the call forwarding is done at the telephone exchange (external), so that your sec- ◆...
  • Page 123: Setting Up Automatic Call Forwarding When Not Reaching A Handset

    System settings Setting up automatic call forwarding when not reaching a handset If your handset is out of the radio range of the base station, the battery is flat, or the handset has been deactivated, a call will be forwarded to one of the external phone numbers you specify (e.g.
  • Page 124: Setting Up Ring Delay

    System settings Open the submenu. ‰ Select the menu item and confirm ( = activated). Hunt group Setting up ring delay Ring delay can be used to individually set up a party per incoming MSN to ring later. Dur- ing this ring delay time, the handset can take the call using the function "Accept?" with- out hearing a ring.
  • Page 125: 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 announced both acoustically, and visually on your handset screen.
  • Page 126: Setting Up The Waiting Melody

    System settings Initiating a enquiry call see page 29 or page 30. Open the menu. í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings either ...
  • Page 127: Activate/Deactivate Call Beats Data

    System settings Activate/deactivate Call beats data On the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn Using Call beats data you can set if a call is rejected or signalled during data transmis- sion. Your ISDN connection offers you 2 simultaneously usable telephone lines (B channels). Both channels are used at the same time to transmit data.
  • Page 128 System settings Í Enter a new or changed long distance prefix and open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Save entry Entering or changing the country code: On the base: SX303isdn SX353isdn Phone numbers transferred from the GSM network always contain the international country code, even when dialling within a country (e.g., +49 for Germany, +33 for France, +39 for Italy, or +43 for Austria).
  • Page 129: Restoring The Factory Setting

    System settings Restoring the factory setting You can select which type of reset should be performed: Operational – All MSNs and access code are deleted and the AM PIN (on Gigaset with integrated answering machine) is set to 0000. The authorisations are reset to "dial and answer".
  • Page 130: Checking The Software Version

    System settings Checking the software version You can check the version of the software for the base: Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 131: Operating When Connected To A Pabx

    Operating when connected to a PABX Operating when connected to a PABX Pay attention to the special features for SMS on PABX systems (page 70). Access code Precondition: If your phone is connected to a PABX you may have – depending on the PABX – to enter an access code (outside line code) for external calls when getting started the first time.
  • Page 132: Dialling Options

    Operating when connected to a PABX By factory default, this function is deactivated. Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. ISDN settings ‰...
  • Page 133 Operating when connected to a PABX Dial * and # Once Dial * and # has been activated, the * and # characters are transmitted during dial- ling as commands to the exchange or PABX. Regardless of the setting options above, after dialling or during the conversation, the phone switches automatically to tone dialling (DTMF), for instance for remote control of an answering machine.
  • Page 134: Operating With Other Devices

    Operating with other devices Operating with other devices Defining device type On the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn If your base offers the option of connecting an analogue terminal, you must set the device type (see operating instructions for the base). Open the menu.
  • Page 135: Making A Call With Devices On An Analogue Connection (Tae Connection)

    Operating with other devices Making a call with devices on an analogue connection (TAE connection) On the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn Telephones with tone dialling (DTMF) can be used on analogue connections. Tele- phones with DP (pulse dialling) are not supported. Information about telephoning with devices on an analogue connection can be found in the operating instructions of your base.
  • Page 136 Operating with other devices Make calls internally using the GAP handset Autom. line seizure is not active c ~ or Group call to all internal users Autom. line seizure is not active c P / for GAP A call on call waiting You hear the call waiting tone during an external call.
  • Page 137: Activating/Deactivating Repeater Mode

    Operating with other devices Transferring the call before/after answering either ... Transferring before answering: Hold down (return to idle status). or ... Transferring after answering: Transfer the call after answering. Make an enquiry call. Hold down (return to idle status). Information about telephoning with devices on an analogue connection can be found in the operating instructions of your base.
  • Page 138: Operating The Answering Machine Directly

    Operating the answering machine directly Operating the answering machine directly On the base: CX150isdn SX150isdn CX253isdn SX255isdn SX353isdn Your ISDN telephone has three answering machines (AM1, AM2, AM3), each of which you can operate and set independently. You can operate the answering machines either directly via a registered handset (via the menu) or by remote control (internal or exter- nal call to the answering machine, see the operating instructions of the base).
  • Page 139: Selecting An Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine directly Selecting an answering machine Open the menu. s æ Select the menu item and confirm. If necessary, select answering machine and confirm, e.g. AM1 . If AM lock is set (page 85): enter the answering machine PIN and confirm.
  • Page 140: Selecting Announce Only And Am Mode

    Operating the answering machine directly Selecting announce only and AM mode You can activate Announcement 1 , Announcement 2 or Announcem. only for each answering machine. As supplied, the three announcements already contain pre- recorded announcements. You can delete the pre-recorded announcement and record your own announcement.
  • Page 141: Playing Back/Deleting Announcements

    Operating the answering machine directly Recording is automatically terminated if: you pause for more than 8 seconds when recording your announcement ◆ the memory is full. Delete old messages or announcements you no longer require. ◆ The announcement will not be stored if you press the end call key during the recording or repeat playback.
  • Page 142: Two-Way Recording

    Operating the answering machine directly Two-way recording You can make a two-way recording of a call. The two-way recording can then be played back or deleted like a message. During a call: Open the menu. Select the menu item and confirm. Record Select an answering machine and confirm, e.g.
  • Page 143: Playing Messages

    Operating the answering machine directly Playing messages New messages are displayed on the handset by the flashing message key f. Pressing the messages key f gives you direct access to the new messages. You can also open the lists of new and old messages via the menu. Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 138).
  • Page 144: Returning A Call During Playback

    Operating the answering machine directly Returning a call during playback You can call back a caller immediately while a message is being played. Precondition: The caller's number has been identified (page 24). During playback: Í Press the display key to open the submenu. either ...
  • Page 145: Playing Back Memos

    Operating the answering machine directly Playing back memos Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 138). Select the menu item and confirm. Memos Select the menu item and confirm. Play memo Jump to the next or previous memo. Setting the playback speed You can set the playback speed for messgaes/memos to four levels, Slow Normal speed, Fast or Very fast.
  • Page 146 Operating the answering machine directly or ... Delete a single memo: Select the menu item and confirm. Memos Select the menu item and confirm. All memos Select memo. Í Press the display key to open the submenu. Select the menu item and confirm. The current Delete curr.memo memo is deleted.
  • Page 147: Marking An Old Message Or Memo As "New

    Operating the answering machine directly Marking an old message or memo as "new" You can mark messages/memos you have already played back as "new". This will display this message/memo on the handset as a new entry by flashing the message key f or by text in the display.
  • Page 148: Operating With A Gate Telephone

    Operating with a gate telephone Operating with a gate telephone On the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn Assigning internal users to the gate telephone call group If you have set up a gate telephone, all internal users registered on the base will be assigned to the gate telephone call group.
  • Page 149 Operating with a gate telephone Call waiting for the gate telephone The gate telephone calls internal users for 20 seconds. If call forwarding for the gate tel- ephone is set up externally, the call time is extended to 60 seconds. Accept call waiting Press the display key .
  • Page 150: Forwarding The Gate Telephone Externally

    Operating with a gate telephone Forwarding the gate telephone externally On the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn The calls to the gate telephone can be forwarded to an external phone number. The internal users of the gate telephone call group will continue to be called even with exter- nal call forwarding set up.
  • Page 151 Operating with a gate telephone Deleting the destination number for external call forwarding Open the menu. s í Select the menu item and confirm. Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 91). Select the menu item and confirm. Setup user Confirm.
  • Page 152: 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-mobile.com/custeromercare. You will find the most frequently asked questions and answers below. What has happened...
  • Page 153 Appendix What has happened Possible cause Possible solution when … … the answering machine Its memory is full. Delete old messages does not record any messages Play back new messages and or has automatically switched delete. over to "announce only"? …...
  • Page 154: Service (Customer Care)

    Ireland 18 50 77 72 77 The Siemens Service is only available to deal with device faults only. Your specialist dealer will be able to help you with any questions about operating your device. Please address any questions about the DSL or cable connection to your network...
  • Page 155: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Recommended batteries Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH): Sanyo Twicell 700 ◆ Sanyo Twicell 650 ◆ Panasonic 700 mAh ◆ GP 700 mAh ◆ YDT AAA SUPER 700 ◆ VARTA PhonePower AAA 700 mAh ◆ GP 850 mAh ◆ Sanyo Ni-MH 800 ◆...
  • Page 156: Character Set Chart

    Appendix Character set chart Standard characters Press the relevant key repeatedly or hold it down: 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 x 6 x 7 x 8 x 9 x 10 x 11 x 12 x 13 x 14 x â...
  • Page 157: Predictive Text

    Appendix Order of directory entries As a rule, entries in the directory are arranged in alphabetical order, although blank spaces and numerals (digits) take first priority. The order in which entries occur is as follows: 1. Space (shown here as s) 2.
  • Page 158 Appendix Deactivating/activating predictive text Predictive text is activated and deactivated according to specific functions. Even if you have deactivated predictive text when entering a name in the directory for SL1 for instance, it is still available for writing text messages. Precondition: You are in a text input field (SMS, name in the directory, speed dial list or email directory).
  • Page 159: Pc Interface

    PC interface On the MT: The SL 1 handset can be connected to your computer using a Siemens data cable (page 168). Your computer can communicate with your Gigaset SL 1 using the program "Siemens Data Suite" (download free of charge at http:\\www.siemens-mobile.com\mysiemens) and can access the following parameters...
  • Page 160: Guarantee Certificate (United Kingdom)

    The duration of the Guarantee shall not be extended by services rendered under the ◆ terms of the Guarantee. Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Siemens reserves the right to charge the cus- ◆ tomer for replacement or repair. The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detri- ◆...
  • Page 161 Any further claims are excluded. Siemens is not liable in any circumstances for ◆ downtime, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of any other information. The customer alone is responsible for safeguarding such data and information.
  • Page 162: Menu Tree

    Menu Tree Menu Tree Main menu Instead of scrolling to locate a menu function, you can also select a menu function faster by opening the menu and keying in the digit combination ("shortcut"). Example: v 5 2 4 for "set ringer for the alarm clock". With the telephone in the idle status, press v (open menu): è...
  • Page 163: Submenu

    Menu Tree Answer Machine For continuation see submenu Answering machine (page 165) í Submenu " " í or v N. To begin: With the handset in idle status press Status Callback Withhold no. Call forwarding Ext.occupations ‰ = On AM1 on AM2 on AM3 on Missed calls...
  • Page 164 Menu Tree Start time End time Sat/Sun all day Settings Security Change PIN (Enter PIN) Authorisation Unrestricted List of internal users Incoming only Internal only Emergency nos. Emergency numbers (preconfigured) Change number Emergency numbers (personal) Delete number Display number Setup user Setup device Device type specific List of...
  • Page 165 Menu Tree Lg.-dist. code National : 0 Change number Internat.: 00 Delete number Code : %_ Change number Int. enq. call Ext. enq. call Transfer(ECT) Forward. base Forward. netw. Reject all Busy on busy Auto.forwarding List of all set up MSNs Call beats data Service centres (List of SMS serv-...
  • Page 166: Submenu "Answer Machine

    Menu Tree Submenu "Answer Machine" or v O, select To begin: With the handset in idle status press Answer Machine an answering machine, e.g., AM1 , and confirm with Messages Continue List of all messages AMx Delete message Call back NET list Repeat Del.old mes-...
  • Page 167 Menu Tree Settings Message/Memo Message length 1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Maximum Time stamp Time control Activate? or Deactivate? – if time control is activated Mon - Fri List of four Select ann. Announce- adjustable ment 1 Announce- time periods ment 2 Announcem.
  • Page 168: Directory Key And Speed Dial List Key

    Menu Tree Directory key and speed dial list key Press the directory key s or the speed dial list key C, select an entry with s and press v to open the required list. The following menu functions are available: Display Number Edit Entry Delete Entry...
  • Page 169: Accessories

    To connect the telephone to the serial RS232 port of your computer. All accessories and batteries are available from your mobile phone retailer. Or you can order direct online from the siemens-mobile Online Shop: www.siemens-mobile.de/ shop or call: 0180 5333 225 (0.12 Euro/min.).
  • Page 170: Index

    Index Index Alert tone Activate ....Accepting a call ....Deactivate .
  • Page 171 Index Playing back an announcement Inserting ..... . Playing back memos ... Recommended .
  • Page 172 Index Withholding ....COLP ......Calls COLR .
  • Page 173 Index Deactivate SMS send centre ..Marking an entry as VIP ..Default settings Opening the ....Handset .
  • Page 174 Index Enquiry call Change for best reception ..External ..... Change to another base .
  • Page 175 Index Setting up ....machine ... . . Locking, activating/deactivating keypad protection ..Logo .
  • Page 176 Index Assigning the ringer melody ..PC interface ....Enter ..... . . Pickup Finding .
  • Page 177 Index Removing protective film (display) ..Recording time ....Repeater Send MSN ....Activate .
  • Page 178 Index Shortcut ..... From answering machine ..Show answering machine ..Sound Manager .
  • Page 179 Index Text area (empty), see SMS Text message, see SMS Text templates, see SMS Time control Ringer volume ....Setting ....Time control, answering machine .
  • Page 180 C1: The handset at a glance C1: The handset at a glance Charge status Talk/directory key: flat fully Top half: charged Answer a call flashes: battery is ◆ almost flat or is charging Initiate dialling ◆ Switch from handsfree ◆ Current functions and to "earpiece"...
  • Page 181 C2: The handset at a glance C2: The handset at a glance Charge status Talk/Handsfree key: flat fully charged Top half: flashes: battery is Answer a call ◆ almost flat or is charging Initiate dialling ◆ Switch from handsfree ◆ Current functions and to "earpiece"...
  • Page 182 Contents Contents C1: The handset at a glance ....1 C2: The handset at a glance ....2 Safety precautions .
  • Page 183 Contents SMS (text messages) ......36 General ............. 36 Before you can send and receive text messages from SMS .
  • Page 184 Contents Using several handsets ..... 70 Using a handset as a room monitor ........70 Setting the Walk and Talk mode .
  • Page 185 Contents Appendix ....... . 100 Care ............. . 100 Contact with liquid .
  • Page 186: Safety Precautions

    Safety precautions Safety precautions Fit only the recommended rechargeable batteries (page 103) and of the same type! Use no other types of batteries or non-rechargeable batteries, as they could damage health and cause personal injury. Ensure correct polarity when fitting rechargeable batteries, and use the bat- ‹...
  • Page 187: Representation

    (page 11), a simplified representation has been chosen for the Talk key: ◆ Directory key: ◆ Handsfree key: ◆ Gigaset C1: Rocker key: Handsfree key Top half of the key = Talk key Bottom half of the key = Directory key...
  • Page 188: Preparing To Use The Handset

    Gigaset C2: Use only the rechargeable batteries recommended by Siemens on page 103! i. e. never use conventional (non-rechargeable) batteries or other battery types as this may cause significant damage to health and property.
  • Page 189 Preparing to use the handset Attaching the belt clip on handset: Push the belt clip onto the back of the handset until the lugs click into the recesses on either side of the handset. Activating/deactivating the handset To activate the handset, press the end call key and hold.
  • Page 190: Display Keys

    Preparing to use the handset Rocker key Gigaset C1: Talk/directory key The talk/directory key is a rocker key that has two functions. You press the top half of this key to initiate a call. You press the bottom half of the key to open the directory.
  • Page 191: Correcting Wrong Inputs

    Using the display keys , position the cursor on the digit that is to be changed and overwrite it. Idle status Display in idle status (example) Gigaset C1: Only available with Gigaset with × answering machine: answering machine activated 12:50 12.04.03...
  • Page 192: Menu Operation, Using "Setting Handsfree Volume" As An Example

    Preparing to use the handset Menu operation, using "Setting Handsfree Volume" as an example 1. MENU Press the display key. The menu opens. Press the display key repeatedly until Audio Settings appears on the screen. 3. OK Confirm with the display key. Press the display key repeatedly until Handsfree Volume appears on the screen.
  • Page 193: Registering/De-Registering Handsets

    Registering/de-registering handsets Registering/de-registering handsets On some bases, your Gigaset C1 or C2 handset is registered automatically. In any event, you can register your Gigaset C1 or C2 handset manually. Your C2 Gigaset handset can be registered on up to four bases.
  • Page 194: Changing The Base

    Registering/de-registering handsets De-registering handsets You can de-register any registered handset from any registered Gigaset C1 or C2 handset. Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Base Settings Select the menu item and confirm. Handset Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 78).
  • Page 195: Making Calls

    Making calls Making calls Making external calls and ending a call External calls are calls using the public telephone network. Enter the phone number and press the talk key. The phone number is dialled. End the call: Press end call key. You can also press the talk key first (you hear the dialling tone) ◆...
  • Page 196: Answering A Call

    Making calls Starting a group call to all internal users You can make a group call to all other registered internal users from any handset. In the supplied condition, this option is activated. Initiate an internal call. either ... Press the star key. or ...
  • Page 197 Making calls Displaying caller's phone number Precondition: Calling Line Identification is activated for the caller. Screen display with CLIP With Calling Line Identification, the caller's telephone number is displayed on the hand- set screen. If you have stored an entry for this number in your directory, the directory entry will be displayed instead of the number, e.
  • Page 198: Handsfree

    Making calls Handsfree Activating/deactivating handsfree Activate while dialling: Enter the phone number and press the handsfree key (instead of the talk key Activate during a call: Press the handsfree key. Deactivate handsfree: Press the handsfree key. As soon as you terminate the handsfree mode you switch to "earpiece mode" and con- tinue the call on the handset.
  • Page 199: Cancelling Callback

    Making calls Activating callback The number you are calling is busy or your call is not answered: Open the menu. MENU Press the display key. CALLBCK Wait for confirmation from the exchange. Accepting a callback The handset rings with a special ring and the display shows the callback number. Press the talk key.
  • Page 200: Functions During A Call

    Functions during a call Functions during a call Making a call to several users You initiate a call to several users through an enquiry call. You can then speak to the other users either one at a time ("toggling", page 23) or at the same time ("conference call", page 23).
  • Page 201 Functions during a call Internal enquiry call You wish to call an internal user during an external call. Initiate an internal enquiry call: either ... Open Internal call. or ... Open the menu. MENU Confirm. Enquiry call Open Internal call. or ...
  • Page 202: Conference Call

    Functions during a call Toggling Precondition: You have established an enquiry call (page 21 and page 22). There is both an active call (the one established with an enquiry call) and a held call (the first). You can speak to both callers one at a time. to swap between the two callers.
  • Page 203: Transferring Calls

    Functions during a call Ending a conference You have several options for ending a conference call: either ... You end the conference: Press the end call key The conference call is ended; the two other users will hear the busy tone. or ...
  • Page 204: Dealing With A Waiting External Call - Call Waiting (Cw)

    Functions during a call Dealing with a waiting external call – Call Waiting (CW) Precondition: Call Waiting (CW) has been set up (page 87). You hear the call waiting tone (short beep) if you receive an external call while conduct- ing another call (internal or external).
  • Page 205: Using The Directory And Other Lists

    For storing entries in the speed dial list, please refer to page 27. Gigaset C1: You can store up to 50 telephone numbers in the directory. In the speed dial list you can store up to 10 telephone numbers.
  • Page 206 Using the directory and other lists Storing a telephone number in the directory Open the directory. either ... The directory is empty: Press the display key to confirm the prompt. or ... There are already entries in the directory: Press display key to open menu. MENU Confirm.
  • Page 207 Using the directory and other lists Dialling with the directory/speed dial list Open the directory or speed dial list. either ... Scroll to the entry: Select entry. Press the talk key. The number is dialled. or ... Enter the first letter: Enter the first letter of the name.
  • Page 208 Using the directory and other lists If you only edit the name, you will see a message tell- ing you that the number already exists. Press the dis- play key to confirm the prompt. Long press (back to idle status). The "VIP"...
  • Page 209 Using the directory and other lists Adding a displayed telephone number to the directory When a telephone number appears in the display (CLIP) you can add it to your directory. You can do this while dialling from the last number redial list, from the calls list/answer- ing machine list (on a Gigaset with answering machine) or during a call.
  • Page 210: Last Number Redial List

    Using the directory and other lists After an entry has been sent, you are asked if you want to send another entry. If you confirm with the display key , you can select more entries to send; once you have fin- ishing sending, press the "end call"...
  • Page 211: Opening Lists With The Message Key

    Using the directory and other lists Opening lists with the message key Providing a new entry is present in the relevant list, you can open the following lists using the message key 1. Incoming SMS message list Textmessage(SMS) (page 46) 2.
  • Page 212 Using the directory and other lists Opening calls lists You can open both calls lists via the menu. The list of missed calls can also be opened via the key. Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Base Settings either ...
  • Page 213 Using the directory and other lists Changing the caller's phone number Open the list of missed or accepted calls (page 33). Now: Select entry and open the submenu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. The number is Change number displayed.
  • Page 214: 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). You can use the speed dial list to manage your call-by-call numbers. You manage entries in the speed dial list in the same way as entries in the directory by opening the speed dial list with the key instead of the directory.
  • Page 215: Sms (Text Messages)

    SMS (text messages) SMS (text messages) You can send and receive SMS text messages (Short Message Service) with your hand- set. You can 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 216: Managing Sms Service Centres

    SMS (text messages) If you have entered into a preselection contract with a network provider, ask whether they support the "Fixed line SMS" feature. (Preselection means you are bound contrac- tually to a network provider.) In Switzerland, the SMS function is not supported on the ISDN network (as of Septem- ber 2003).
  • Page 217: Entering, Editing Or Deleting Phone Numbers For Sms Centres

    SMS (text messages) Entering, editing or deleting phone numbers for SMS centres You can enter up to ten SMS centres. Before entering or editing the number, please obtain information about special features and what the SMS service provider offers. Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 218: 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 219: 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 220: Sending A Text Message And The Outgoing Message List

    SMS centre. Deutsche Telekom's SMS Service will not charge for an interrupted call. Writing text messages Gigaset C1: A single text message can be up to 160 characters long. Remember that the service provider cannot deliver a text message that contains Greek or Cyrillic characters.
  • Page 221 SMS (text messages) Gigaset C2: You will be assisted as you write a text message by the EATONI (page 108) predictive text feature. EATONI is activated in the sup- plied condition. You can deactivate EATONI at any time by selecting MENU, Predictive Text OK.
  • Page 222 SMS (text messages) The recipient's number must always include the area code (prefix), even if you are in that area. Examples of phone number inputs: 08912345678 A national telephone number within the fixed network 077x1234567 A number within the mobile phone network Opening the outgoing message list The outgoing message list shows you: Text messages which you saved before you sent them (page 42).
  • Page 223 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 43). Open the menu. MENU Confirm. Delete list Press the display key to confirm the prompt. Short press (back to idle status).
  • Page 224: Sending A Text Message To An E-Mail Address

    You can save the text temporarily with MENU, Save TextOK. Gigaset C1: Enter the "@" character using the hash key (press x 2), the colon using the key (press 8 times), and the space with (press once).
  • Page 225: Receiving Text Messages, Incoming Message List

    In the incoming message list new (unread) messages come before the old messages. New and old messages are sorted according to their time of arrival: oldest new message, ... , newest message, oldest old message, ..., newest old message. Gigaset C1: Ü New text messages are indicated by the icon and by an advisory tone.
  • Page 226 SMS (text messages) The text message list is displayed, for example, as follows Number of new text messages in the list Inbox 2/ 5 Number of old, read text messages in the list Opening with the message key Precondition: There is at least one new message in the list. Press the message key.
  • Page 227 SMS (text messages) Reading and deleting text messages in the incoming message list Precondition: You have opened the incoming message list (page 46). Select SMS. Open the menu. MENU either ... Read SMS: Confirm. Use to view the continuation of the Read textmessage text message in the display.
  • Page 228 SMS (text messages) Confirm and then send the message as described on Send page 42. or ... Select and confirm to store the entry. Save Text To forward a text message, open the menu with MENU and select the Send option. Now send the message as described on page 42.
  • Page 229: Text Messages To A Pabx

    SMS (text messages) The number of the text message recipient must be stored in the directory together with its area code (prefix) so that it can also be used for sending text messages. to a PABX Text messages You can only receive a text message when the Calling Line Identification is for- warded to the extension of the PABX (CLIP).
  • Page 230 SMS (text messages) Errors when receiving a text message A message appears on the screen if your phone cannot receive any more text messages. You cannot receive text messages under the following conditions: call forwarding has been activated with Immediately, ◆...
  • Page 231: Operating The Answering Machine Directly

    Operating the answering machine directly Operating the answering machine directly at the base: CX150isdn SX150isdn CX253isdn SX255isdn SX353isdn The ISDN phone has three answering machines (AM1, AM2, AM3), each of which you can operate and set independently. You can operate the answering machines either directly via a registered handset (via the menu) or by remote control (internal or exter- nal call to the answering machine, see operating instructions for the base).
  • Page 232: Selecting An Answering Machine

    Operating the answering machine directly Selecting an answering machine Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Voice Mail If necessary, select answering machine and confirm, e. g. AM1 . If AM lock is set (page 66): enter the answering machine PIN and confirm.
  • Page 233: Selecting Announce Only And Am Mode

    Operating the answering machine directly Selecting announce only and AM mode You can activate Announcement 1 , Announcement 2 or Announcem. only for each answering machine. As supplied, the three announcements already include standard messages. You can delete the standard messages and record your own announcements (page 54).
  • Page 234: Playing Back/Deleting Announcements

    Operating the answering machine directly Recording is automatically terminated if: you pause for more than 8 seconds when recording your announcement ◆ the memory is full. Delete old messages or announcements you no longer require. ◆ The announcement will not be stored if you press the end call key during the recording or repeat playback.
  • Page 235: Two-Way Recording

    Operating the answering machine directly Two-way recording You can make a two-way recording of a call. The two-way recording can then be played back or deleted like a message. During a call: Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Record Select an answering machine and confirm, e.
  • Page 236: Playing Messages

    Û icon is shown on the handset screen to indicate the arrival of a new message. On the Gigaset C1, the Message key also flashes. Pressing the messages key gives you direct access to the new messages. You can also open the lists of new and old messages via the menu.
  • Page 237: Returning A Call During Playback

    Operating the answering machine directly Returning a call during playback You can call back a caller immediately while a message is being played. Precondition: The caller's number has been identified. During playback: Press the display key to open the submenu. MENU either ...
  • Page 238: Playing Back Memos

    Operating the answering machine directly Playing back memos Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 53). Select the menu item and confirm. Memos Select the menu item and confirm. Play memo Jump to the next or previous memo. You can set the playback speed for messages/memos to four levels, Slow Normal speed, Fast or Very fast.
  • Page 239: Deleting Messages/Memos

    Operating the answering machine directly Deleting messages/memos You can delete messages or memos individually or all together. Only messages and memos that have been listened to for at least 3 seconds can be deleted. These record- ings are then described as old. Deleting single messages/memos Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 53).
  • Page 240: Marking An Old Message Or Memo As "New

    Operating the answering machine directly Marking an old message or memo as "new" You can mark messages/memos you have already played back as "new". This message/ Û memo is then displayed on the handset as a new entry with the icon on the screen.
  • Page 241: Setting The Answering Machine

    Setting the answering machine Setting the answering machine at the base: CX150isdn SX150isdn CX253isdn SX255isdn SX353isdn Once you have connected your telephone your answering machine is ready for use. Answering machine AM1 is activated. It displays all messages (on all receive MS's). AM1 can be played back and set from all handsets (factory default).
  • Page 242: Hiding/Showing An Answering Machine

    Setting the answering machine Hiding/showing an answering machine If you only want to operate one or two answering machines for your connection you can remove the other answering machine(s) from all displays and menus. When supplied, AM1 is set to show, AM2 and AM3 are hidden. 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 243: Specifying The Number Of Rings Before The Answering Machine Starts

    Setting the answering machine 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 set the charge saving setting Automatic 2/4 (factory default).
  • Page 244: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pause

    Setting the answering machine Setting the recording time You can limit the maximum length of a message to1 minute, 2 minutes or 3 minutes. If you set Maximum for the recording time (factory setting) then it is "unlimited" (until the memory is full). Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 53).
  • Page 245: Locking The Answering Machine, Defining Am Pin

    Setting the answering machine Locking the answering machine, defining AM PIN You can protect your answering machine against unauthorised access. To do this, define an AM PIN (Personal Identification Number) and activate the AM lock. The settings may then only be changed and the messages played back after the PIN has been entered. The answering machine can only be controlled remotely if you have defined an AM PIN.
  • Page 246: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Pickup

    Setting the answering machine Select the menu item and confirm. Select HS Select the handset and confirm, e.g. Int13: Anna. Activating/deactivating listen in You can only activate the listen in function if a handset has been assigned to the answer- ing machine.
  • Page 247: Activating/Deactivating Automatic Notification Via Text Message

    Setting the answering machine Activating/deactivating automatic notification via text message If you have received new messages on the answering machine, your telephone can automatically send a text message to you on an external phone number (e. g. to a mobile phone). A text message of this kind will read, for example: New message: 01712205625 for office at 18:27 hrs on TH, 19.07.
  • Page 248 Setting the answering machine Activating/deactivating text message notification You can only activate text message notification if a destination number is stored. Precondition: You have selected an answering machine (page 53). Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm. SMS notificat.
  • Page 249: Using Several Handsets

    Using several handsets Using several handsets Using a handset as a room monitor on handset: With this function, a previously stored internal or external number is called when a set noise level in the room is reached (the baby cries). When you answer the call you hear the noise in the baby's room.
  • Page 250 Using several handsets Activating the room monitor function and entering the call to number for " " the first time Press display key to open menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Additional Features Confirm. Room Monitor either ... Enter an internal number as the "call to"...
  • Page 251: Setting The Walk And Talk Mode

    Using several handsets Deactivating the room monitor remotely You can deactivate the room monitor remotely. Take the call from the room monitor and press . The room monitor function will deactivate about 90 seconds after the call ends. The room monitor will make no further calls. The other room monitor func- tions on the handset (e.
  • Page 252 Using several handsets Activating/deactivating the Walk and Talk mode Activate the Walk and Talk mode: Press display key to open menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Additional Features Select the menu item and confirm. Walk and Talk Deactivate the Walk and Talk mode: Press display key to open menu.
  • Page 253: Date And Time

    Date and Time Date and Time Setting the date and the time Correct date and time settings are essential if, for example, you want to know exactly when calls were received. The first time you make a call on your phone, the date and time are transmitted by the exchange.
  • Page 254: Setting The Alarm Clock

    Date and Time Setting the alarm clock on handset: You can use your handset as an alarm clock. Precondition: You have set the date and time (page 74). Activating/deactivating the alarm clock and setting the wake-up time Switching the alarm clock on: ¼...
  • Page 255: Setting An Appointment

    Date and Time Setting an appointment on handset: You can use your handset to remind yourself of an appointment. To do this, you have to save the times. Activating/deactivating the appointment function Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Calender/Clock ‰...
  • Page 256: Cancelling An Appointment

    Date and Time Deactivating an appointment call An appointment is signalled with the selected ringer melody (page 90). ¼ Press the display key. The alarm clock icon disap- pears when the alarm clock is not activated. Cancelling an appointment Open the menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 257: Security Settings

    Enter new system PIN (up to 8 digits, 0 to 9) and con- firm. Repeat the new system PIN and confirm. Hold down (return to idle status). Memorise the new system PIN! If you forget it the phone will require expert intervention. If this happens, contact the Siemens Hotline.
  • Page 258: Emergency Numbers

    Security settings Emergency numbers The emergency numbers relevant to each country have been entered in the base sta- tion. These cannot be edited or deleted. You may enter five emergency numbers of your own choice. An emergency number may also be dialled from a handset with limited authorisation.
  • Page 259: System Settings

    System settings System settings The abbreviations in brackets after the titles indicate the ISDN service concerned. Some services 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 party When the phone is supplied, all internal numbers are allocated the names Int.11 , Int.12 etc., according to their numbering.
  • Page 260: Setting Up/Deleting An Isdn Phone Number (Msn)

    System settings Setting up/deleting an ISDN phone number (MSN) Your ISDN connection offers you two telephone lines (B channels) that you can use at the same time. You can establish up to ten separate phone numbers (MSN) on your base station.
  • Page 261 System settings Setting up an ISDN phone number (MSN) / changing the name All newly stored phone numbers are automatically assigned to all registered hand- sets. Each newly set up phone number automatically gets its own ringer melody, which can be changed to suit your individual requirements (page 84).
  • Page 262: Assigning A Phone Number (Msn)

    System settings Assigning a phone number (MSN) You can assign certain 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 263: Assigning An Msn A Ringer Melody

    System settings Assigning an MSN a ringer melody Each new receive MSN you set up is automatically given its own ringer melody, which you can change individually. For a receive MSN you can: Select one of the available ringer melodies. This means that all handsets will use this ringer melody to indicate an incoming call to a receive MSN.
  • Page 264: Forwarding External Calls - Call Forwarding (Cf)

    System settings Forwarding external calls – Call Forwarding (CF) For each receive MSN you can store a destination number for each of the following con- ditions: Immediately — On busy — On no reply All three conditions can be activated at the same time. Set up external call transfers are entered in a list.
  • Page 265 System settings Select the menu item and confirm. Activate? or ... Deactivate: Select the menu item and confirm. Deactivate? You will be notified if you have selected call forward- ing that another internal user has already set up. You can either return to the selection of other set- tings with a short press on the end call key, or con- tinue with Editing an entry...
  • Page 266: 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 announced both acoustically, and visually on your handset screen.
  • Page 267: Restoring The Factory Setting

    System settings Calling the answering machine on the network Press and hold. This connects you directly to the answering machine. If you now press the handsfree key , you can 'open listen' to the announcement of the answer- ing machine and operate it easily and conveniently on the network. Display/play back a message on the answering machine on the network When a message arrives for you, you get a call from the answering machine on the net- work.
  • Page 268: Individual Handset Settings

    Individual handset settings Individual handset settings Your handset has default settings. You can change these settings individually. Changing the display language You can view the display texts in different languages. Press display key to open menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 269: Adjusting The Loudspeaker Volume

    (page 83) for the incom- ing MSN of the handset. Changing the ringer melody Gigaset C1: You can set the ringer individually for an internal or an external call. Gigaset C2: You can set the ringer individually for an internal or external call, for a wake-up call or for an appointment.
  • Page 270: Adjusting The Ringer Volume

    Individual handset settings Select the menu item and confirm. Appointment or ... For a wake-up call (on the C2; page 75): Select the menu item and confirm. Alarm Clock or ... To set all functions to ring the same (on the C2): Select the menu item and confirm.
  • Page 271: Activating/Deactivating Advisory Tones

    Individual handset settings 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 set- ting is On). Key click: Every key press is confirmed. ◆...
  • Page 272: Resetting A Handset To The Factory Setting

    Individual handset settings Resetting a handset to the factory setting You can reset individual settings and changes you have made. This will not affect entries in the directory, the calls list, or the speed dial list, nor the handset's registration to the base or logos and melodies that you have loaded.
  • Page 273: Operating With Other Devices

    Operating with other devices Operating with other devices Setting device type at the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn Press display key to open menu. MENU Select the menu item and confirm. Set base Select the menu item and confirm. Settings Enter system PIN if required (page 78).
  • Page 274: Activating/Deactivating Repeater Mode

    Operating with other devices Activating/deactivating Auto engaged When Auto engaged is activated, the exchange line becomes engaged as soon as the receiver is picked up. This means that normal internal dialling is no longer possible. However, an internal call can be made as an enquiry call by pressing the key.
  • Page 275: Operating When Connected To A Pabx

    Operating when connected to a PABX Operating when connected to a PABX Note the special features of text messages on PABXs (page 50). Access code Precondition: If your telephone is connected to a PABX, you must – depending on your PABX – enter an access code for external calls when you use the machine for the first time.
  • Page 276: Setting Options

    Operating when connected to a PABX If your telephone is integrated in a Centrex system, the following performance features can be used. Calling Name Identification When you receive calls from other CENTREX subscrib- (CNI) ers, the caller's number and name are displayed on the screen.
  • Page 277: Making Calls With The Door Subscriber Station

    Making calls with the door subscriber station Making calls with the door subscriber station on handset: at the base: SX205isdn SX255isdn SX303isdn SX353isdn Calling from the door subscriber station In a call with the door subscriber station, the following features are not available: Hold a call ◆...
  • Page 278 Making calls with the door subscriber station Call waiting at the door subscriber station The door subscriber station calls internal users for 20 seconds. If call forwarding from the subscriber station is directed externally, the ringing time is extended to 60 seconds. Accept call waiting Open the menu.
  • Page 279: 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-mobile.com/customercare . You will find the most frequently asked questions and answers below. What has happened...
  • Page 280 Appendix What has happened Possible cause Possible solution when … … the calls list does not indi- Date/time are not set. Set the date/time (page 74). cate a time for a message? … the answering machine Its memory is full. Delete old messages.
  • Page 281: Service (Customer Care)

    Ireland 18 50 77 72 77 The Siemens Service is available to deal with device faults only. Your specialist dealer will be able to help you with any questions about operating your device. Please address any questions about the DSL or cable connection to your network provider.
  • Page 282: Specifications

    Appendix Specifications Recommended batteries Nickel-cadmium (NiCd) Nickel-metal-hydride (NiMH): Sanyo N-3U Saft RH 6 NiMH 1300 (700 mAh) (1300 mAh) Mobile Power 700 Panasonic HHR-110 AA (700 mAh) (1100 mAh) Panasonic 600 DT Sanyo HR-3U (600 mAh) (1600 mAh) Emmerich 700 GP GP130 AAHC (700 mAh) (1300 mAh)
  • Page 283: Character Set Chart

    Dialling mode DTMF (tone dialling) / DP (dial pulsing) Dimensions/Handset Gigaset C1: approx. 151 x 55 x 27 mm (L × W × H) Gigaset C2: approx. 151 x 55 x 27 mm (L x H x W) Weight Gigaset C1: Handset with battery cells approx. 130 g Gigaset C2: Handset with battery cells approx.
  • Page 284 Appendix Creating and editing text On the Gigaset C2 you can also use the predictive text function (page 108). You can create and edit text in a number of ways: u v t s The cursor is controlled with ◆ Û...
  • Page 285: Guarantee Certificate (United Kingdom)

    The duration of the Guarantee shall not be extended by services rendered under the ◆ terms of the Guarantee. Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Siemens reserves the right to charge the cus- ◆ tomer for replacement or repair. The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detri- ◆...
  • Page 286 Any further claims are excluded. Siemens is not liable in any circumstances for ◆ downtime, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of any other information. The customer alone is responsible for safeguarding such data and information.
  • Page 287: Predictive Text

    Appendix Predictive text on handset: The EATONI predictive text helps you to write: Text messages, ◆ Names in the directory, ◆ Names in the speed dial list. ◆ Each key between is assigned several letters and characters which all appear on a selection line immediately above the softkeys (beneath the text area) as soon as you press a key.
  • Page 288: Menu Tree

    5 4 1 Example: MENU for "set ringer melody for external calls". With the telephone in the idle status, press MENU (open the menu). Gigaset C1: With the telephone in the idle status, press MENU (open menu): Write message Inbox...
  • Page 289 Menu Tree Base Settings Base For continuation see submenu Settings (page 111) Voice Mail For continuation see submenu Voice Mail (page 112) Gigaset C2: With the telephone in the idle status, press MENU (open menu): Additional Room Monitor Features Walk and Talk Calender/ Set Appointment Clock...
  • Page 290: Base Settings" Submenu

    Menu Tree 5-5-3 Confirmation Tone Handset Set- Auto Answer tings Language Register Handset Select Base (List) Reset Handset Base Settings Base For continuation see submenu Settings (page 111) Voice Mail For continuation see submenu Voice Mail (page 112) "Base Settings" submenu To begin: with the handset in idle status, press MENU, Base Settings OK MENU...
  • Page 291: Voice Mail" Submenu

    Menu Tree ISDN settings Set up MSN Edit entry List of all set up MSNs Ringer melody Delete entry Display entry ‰ Unknown call = on Service centres Edit entry (List of SMS service centres) Serv.centre on? Serv.centre off? Delete entry "Voice Mail"...
  • Page 292: Directory Key And Speed Dial List Key

    Menu Tree Settings Message/Memo Message length 1 minute 2 minutes 3 minutes Maximum Time stamp No. of rings Automatic 2/4 1 ring tone 9 ring tone Automatic pause Remote options Remote control Remote delete Change AM-PIN AM lock AM quality High quality Long recording Aut.
  • Page 293: Index

    Index Index Deactivate ....Answer and record (answering machine) Accepting a call ....Setting quality .
  • Page 294 Index Not kept ....Activate ..... Setting the ringer .
  • Page 295 Index Characters ....Last number redial list ... External call forwarding ..Memos (answering machine) .
  • Page 296 Index Making calls ....De-register ....Idle status .
  • Page 297 Index Handsfree key ..External ..... Hash key ....Handsfree .
  • Page 298 Index Opening the battery compartment . . . centre ....Operating the answering Remote control Machine ....Operating the answering .
  • Page 299 Index Display language ....dress ..... . Handset (individual) .
  • Page 300 Index SMS centres ....Pick from directory ... . . Storing in the directory ..Storing in the speed dial list .

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