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Hosted VoIP User Guide
Cisco "500" series Handset
Cisco "500" series handset
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  • Page 1 Hosted VoIP User Guide Cisco “500” series Handset Cisco “500” series handset...
  • Page 2 The “softkeys” are normally associated with digital handsets whereas analogue handsets will require a manual input of access codes to use the service. Features of the Cisco digital handset is detailed below: Cisco “500” series handset Overview...
  • Page 3 13. Speaker button Push to turn the speaker on or off. When the speaker is on, the button glows green. 14. Keypad Use to dial phone numbers, enter letters, and choose menu items. Cisco “500” series handset...
  • Page 4 Announced Transfer – Press the Xfer soft key, dial the extension number and press dial key, announce the call then press Xfer key again Blind Transfer – Press Right Arrow navigation key, press BXfer dial number and press dial key Cisco “500” series handset...
  • Page 5: Feature Access Codes

    When other phone is ringing, press soft key or dial code Call Return: Dial code Do Not Disturb on : Dial code or use soft key Do Not Disturb off : Dial code or use soft key Voicemail: Dial code or use soft key Cisco “500” series handset...
  • Page 6: Feature Description

    The Voice Portal also enables users to record their name and multiple personal greetings for busy and unavailable. For further information please contact your account manager in the first instance or our helpdesk as below: Email: service.desk@gcicom.net | Service desk direct dial: 0844 443 3538 Cisco “500” series handset...

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