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LDP7024LD Digital Telephone
User Guide – Featuring Ez MENU
Version 1.0 | August 2005

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  • Page 1 LDP7024LD Digital Telephone User Guide – Featuring Ez MENU Version 1.0 | August 2005...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Emergency Services and Safety Precautions………………….…..2 Muting a Call…....…..…………………..………………………26 Getting to know your 7000 Series handset……………………..…..3 Do Not Disturb……………….………………………………………..…27 Familiarise yourself with its features……………………………..3 Handset keys……………………………..........5 User Programming…………….………………………………………28 Saving your name to your phone………………………………..29 General Functions………………………………………………..……...7 Storing personal speed dials……………………………………….30 Making and Answering Calls………………........8 Character Entry Charts……………………………………………..31 Making and Answering an External Call……………………………..8...
  • Page 3: Emergency Services And Safety Precautions

    Service The 7024LD digital telephones contain no user-serviceable parts. LG recommend that your 7024LD digital telephone is serviced or repaired by an LG authorised service centre Note: Information contained within this document is subject to change without prior notice. E&OE...
  • Page 4: Getting To Know Your 7000 Series Handset

    Getting to know your 7024LD Phone Familiarise yourself with its features Handset Contains a microphone and speaker to allow the user to speak to another party Dial Pad Alpha-numeric keypad used to dial numbers and when storing speed dial numbers and names to memory Headset Port Used for connection of a...
  • Page 5 Getting to know your 7024LD Phone Your digital telephone’s keys (1) Speaker Key This is for activating the phone’s speaker whilst on hook. Useful when using a headset or if you wish to speak hands free. Red LED illuminated if off-hook without lifting the receiver.
  • Page 6: Handset Keys

    Getting to know your 7024LD Phone Familiarise yourself with its features 3 Line, 48 Characters Displays inbound/outbound Trasnfer/PGM call information. Displays Used for performing a information based on user transfer or user actions programming Flexible Buttons Context Sensitive Keys Used for storing speed These keys will perform dials and features as well different functions based...
  • Page 7 Getting to know your 7024LD Phone Your digital telephone’s keys (7) Call Back This key is used for leaving a message wait notification at a busy or unanswered station or for answering a message wait notification at your own station. (8) DND/FWD (8) (7) Dual purpose key.
  • Page 8: General Functions

    GENERAL FUNCTIONS • Making and Answering External Calls • Making and Answering Internal Calls • Placing an Internal/External Call on Hold • Retrieving an Internal/External Call on Hold • Parking a Call • Retrieving a Parked Call • Call Forward •...
  • Page 9: Making And Answering Calls

    General Functions Fig.1 Making and Answering calls ______________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT Always ensure that external parties are informed if you 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 intend to record a call. 25 26 29 30 ______________________ 01321876543...
  • Page 10: Making And Answering An Internal Call

    General Functions Fig.3 Making and Answering an internal call ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT You can make an internal call in the following ways: 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 1. Lift the receiver and dial an extension number. 25 26 29 30 ________________________...
  • Page 11: Placing An External/Internal Call On Hold

    General Functions Placing and External/Internal Call on hold Fig.6 Whilst connected to another party (internal or external) ________________________ press the button. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 A line key will be flashing to indicate that you have an 11 12 15 16 04/21...
  • Page 12: Parking A Call

    General Functions Parking a Call Fig.7 1. Whilst connected to an external party press the ________________________ button, dial a Park Location (601-619) or press a SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT flexible button labelled as Park and hang up. 2004 11 12 15 16...
  • Page 13: Call Forward

    General Functions Call Forward It is possible to forward you phone in a number of ways. The options available are: 0 – Follow-Me (To forward calls from your extension to a temporary location. The forward is activated at the temporary location). 1 –...
  • Page 14: Call Forward

    General Functions Fig.8 Call Forward ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1. Press the button and then press the 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 button. 25 26 29 30 ________________________ BUSY/NO ANSWER FORWARD 2.
  • Page 15: Ddi Call Waiting

    General Functions DDI Call Waiting ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT If enabled, you will be able to see if you have a DDI 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 call waiting whilst engaged in another call. 25 26 29 30 ________________________...
  • Page 16: Call Wait (Camp On)

    General Functions Fig.11 Call Wait (Camp On) ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1. Dial an internal number 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 25 26 29 30 2. Get busy notification (Fig.11 shows what you will ________________________ BUSY : ANDY see in the display of your 7016/24D digital telephone).
  • Page 17: Call Pickup (Directed)

    General Functions Fig.13 Call Pickup (Directed) 1. Press under PICKUP or dial 7 followed by ________________________ the extension number of the station that is ringing SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 2.
  • Page 18: Transfer (Screened)

    General Functions Fig.15 Transfer (Screened) ________________________ 1. Whilst connected to a caller press the button SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT under TRANS. 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 25 26 29 30 2. If you are transferring an internal call your display ________________________ HOLDING : ANDY will look as in Fig.15...
  • Page 19: Using Speed Dial Numbers

    General Functions Using Speed Dial Numbers Fig.17 1. Press the button twice ________________________ 2. Your display will appear as in Fig.17 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 3. Select the option you require by dialling 1, 2 or 3 11 12 15 16 04/21...
  • Page 20: Queuing For An Outside Line

    General Functions Fig.19 Queuing for an Outside Line ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1. If no external lines are available when you attempt 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 to make an outside line you will receive busy tone 25 26 29 30 ________________________...
  • Page 21: Making A Page

    General Functions Making a Page ________________________ 1. Dial the required paging code (see the list of codes SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT on page 55) 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 2. Your display will look as in Fig.21 25 26 29 30 ________________________...
  • Page 22: Conference Call

    General Functions Conference Call It is possible whilst on a call to set up a conference consisting of up to 6 parties. You will need a flexible ________________________ button assigned as CONFERENCE. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 1.
  • Page 23: Last Number Redial

    General Functions Last Number Redial/Redial 1. Press under REDIAL. ____________________________ a) The display of you 7024LD Digital Handset will DIALED CALLS appear as in Fig.23 01234567890 01987654321 2. Use the User Navigation button as described on page 3 to find the number you require. 3.
  • Page 24: Saved Number Redial

    General Functions Saved Number Redial It is possible to save a number that you have dialled whilst connected to the external party. ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 1. Press the button twice whilst connected to the 18 19 22 23 25 26...
  • Page 25: Messaging

    General Functions Fig.25 Messaging Leaving a Message Wait Notification ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT It is possible to inform a called party (Internal) that you 2004 11 12 15 16 have tried to contact them). 04/21 18 19 22 23 25 26 29 30...
  • Page 26: Answering A Message Wait Notification

    General Functions Answering a Message Wait Notification When somebody has left you a notification as described on the previous page your display will ________________________ appear as in Fig.27. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 If a Voice Message has been left the display will show 18 19...
  • Page 27: Muting A Call

    General Functions Muting a Call Whilst on a live call you may mute your Microphone so as the called or calling party cannot here any ________________________ transmission from your telephone. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19...
  • Page 28: Do Not Disturb

    General Functions Do Not Disturb (DND) You may place your telephone in DND when idle or when receiving calls. ________________________ SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT IDLE 2004 11 12 15 16 04/21 18 19 22 23 1. Press 25 26 29 30 ________________________...
  • Page 29: User Programming

    USER PROGRAMMING SAVING YOUR NAME TO YOU PHONE STORING PERSONAL SPEED DIALS CHARACTER ENTRY CHART 7024LD User Guide | User Programming 28...
  • Page 30: Saving Your Name To Your Phone

    User Programming Saving your name to your phone Fig.29 This enables colleagues to identify you by your name instead of you extension number (Fig.29). You can ________________________ store you name in one of two ways: SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16...
  • Page 31: Storing Personal Speed Dials

    User Programming Storing Personal Speed Dials It is possible for you to store numbers that you use regularly to your personal speed dial directory. • Press the button. • Press the button. • The screen will show the next available speed dial that can be programmed (Dial 001 for example) •...
  • Page 32: Character Entry Charts

    User Programming Character Entry Chart – For Navigation Button menu entries Please follow the chart below when entering characters. Use the relevant button to enter numbers. For a space use on the navigation button. A - 2 D - 3 G - 4 B - 22 E - 33...
  • Page 33 User Programming Character Entry Chart Please follow the chart below when the user guide specifies. A - 21 D - 31 . - 13 B - 22 E - 32 1 – 10 C - 23 F - 33 2 - 20 3 - 30 G - 41 J - 51...
  • Page 34: Storing Information Under Flexible Buttons

    User Programming Storing information under a flexible button Flexible buttons can be programmed as line, extension, feature or speed dial buttons. ________________________ To assign a feature to a flexible button follow the SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 11 12 15 16 instructions below:...
  • Page 35: Menu Tree - Navigation Button

    Menu Tree – Navigation Button [1] Ez MENU [3] SCHEDULE [5] SETTING 1.1 DIALED CALLS 3.1 SCHEDULE ADD/DEL/EDIT 5.1 ENBLOCK MODE 1.2 RECEIVED CALLS 3.2 FIND SCHEDULE 5.2 STATION COS 1.3 SPEED DIAL 3.3 DELETE PAST SCHEDULE 5.3 PASSWORD 1.4 CALL FORWARD 3.4 VIEW ALARM SCHEDULE 5.4 SPEED PGM 1.5 ABSENT MESSAGE...
  • Page 36: Ez Menu

    1. Ez MENU 1.1 DIALLED CALLS 1.2 RECEIVED CALLS 1.3 SPEED DIAL 1.4 CALL FORWARD 1.5 ABSENT MESSAGE 1.6 PAGE 1.7 DO NOT DISTURB 1.8 WAKE UP 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Ez MENU 35...
  • Page 37: Dialled Calls

    Ez MENU Dialled Calls This option allows you to see the last 10 dialled numbers. ________________________ To access follow the instructions below: DIALED CALLS 01234567890 01987654321 01444444444 1. Select MENU option by pressing 01333333333 2. Press OK to select option 1 – Ez MENU. BACK DETAIL SEND...
  • Page 38: Received Calls

    Ez MENU Received Calls This option allows you to see the last 10 received DDI ________________________ calls. RECEIVED CALLS 01234567890 To access follow the instructions below: 01987654321 01444444444 01333333333 1. Select MENU option by pressing BACK DETAIL SEND 2. Press OK to select option 1 – Ez MENU. 3.
  • Page 39: Speed Dial

    Ez MENU Speed Dial This option allows you access various speed dial numbers. ________________________ To access follow the instructions below: 1.DIAL BY STA SPD 2.DIAL BY SYS SPD 3.DIAL BY ICM NAME 4.DIAL BY STA SPD NAME 1. Select MENU option by pressing 5.DIAL BY SYS SPD NAME 2.
  • Page 40 Ez MENU Fig.34 Call Forward ____________________________ This option allows you to implement a call forward to your 1.UNCOND.FW 6.OFFNET-NO ANS handset. See page 10 for a list of Forward Types. 2.BUSY FWD 7.IN-CO OFF NET 3.NO ANS FWD 0.FOLLOW ME To access follow the instructions below: 4.BUSY/NO ANS #.CANCEL FWD...
  • Page 41: Absent Message

    Ez MENU Absent Message This option allows you to implement a call forward to your ____________________________ handset. See page 90 for a list of Messages. 01.LUNCH RETURN AT HH:MM 02.ON VACATION To access follow the instructions below: 03.OUT OF OFFICE HH:MM 04.OUT OF OFFICE MM:DD 05.OUT OF OFFICE ENTER MESSAGE NO...
  • Page 42 Ez MENU Page This option allows you to implement a call forward to your ____________________________ handset. See page 10 for a list of Forward Types. 1.INTERNAL 6.EXT ALL 2.INT ALL 7.ALL (INT+EXT) To access follow the instructions below: 3.EXT ZONE 1 4.EXT ZONE 2 5.EXR ZONE 3 1.
  • Page 43 Ez MENU Do Not Disturb This option allows you to place your handset in a state of ________________________ Do Not Disturb. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 To access follow the instructions below: 04/24 ________________________ STATION IN DO NOT DISTURB 1.
  • Page 44: Wake Up

    Ez MENU Wake Up This option allows you to set an alarm as a reminder for a ________________________ meeting or important appointment. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 To access follow the instructions below: 04/24 ________________________ STATION IN DO NOT DISTURB 1.
  • Page 45: Phone Book

    2. PHONE BOOK 2.1 NEW ENTRY 2.2 SEARCH BY NAME 2.3 SEARCH BY NUMBER 2.4 SEARCH BY GROUP 2.5 EDIT CO ACCESS CODE 2.6 DELETE ALL ENTRY 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Phone Book 44...
  • Page 46 Phone Book Phone book is an on-board contact manager. The pages that follow describe how to administer this application. NEW ENTRY New Entry NAME TYPE This option allows you to create a new contact record. CO CODE : Follow the instructions below: NUMBER : GROUP UPPER...
  • Page 47: Edit Entry

    Phone Book Edit Entry This option allows you to edit a contact record. Follow the instructions below: RESULTS 005 : CRAIG 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2. Use to scroll down and select option 2 – PHONE OFFICE 01234987654 UPPER EDIT SEND...
  • Page 48: Search By Name

    Phone Book Search by Name This option allows you to search for a contact record by name. 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2. Use to scroll down to option 2 – PHONE BOOK and press OK. 3. Use to scroll down to option 2 – SEARCH BY NAME and press OK. 4.
  • Page 49: Edit Co Access Code

    Phone Book Edit CO Access Code You do not need to change any settings here as the system will automatically enter the correct access code for an outside line. Delete All Entry This option allows you to delete all contact record data (BE VERY SURE YOU WISH TO DO THIS BEFORE PROCEEDING!).
  • Page 50: Schedule

    3. SCHEDULE 3.1 SCHEDULE ADD/DEL/EDIT 3.2 FIND SCHEDULE 3.3 DELETE PAST SCHEDULE 3.4 VIEW ALARM SCHEDULE 3.5 DELETE ALL SCHEDULE 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Schedule 49...
  • Page 51: Schedule Add/Del/Edit

    Schedule This is an on-board scheduling application. The following pages show you how to manage the application. SCHEDULE ADD Schedule ADD/DEL/EDIT DATE : 2004/11/25 (THU) TIME : [PM] 12:20 This option allows you administer schedule entries: REPEAT : NONE ALARM: NONE TEXT : UPPER...
  • Page 52: Find Schedule

    Schedule Find Schedule This option allows you to search for a scheduled item. 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2. Use to scroll down to option 3 – SCHEDULE and press OK. 3. Use to scroll down to option 2 – FIND SCHEDULE and press OK. 4.
  • Page 53: View Alarm Schedule

    Schedule View Alarm Schedule This option allows you to view all scheduled alarms. 1. Follow instructions for Find Schedule selecting option 4 – VIEW ALARM SCHEDULE at point 2. Your alarm schedule will be displayed. Delete All Schedule This option allows you to delete all scheduled items. 1.
  • Page 54: Customise

    4. CUSTOMISE 4.1 CHANGE LANGUAGE 4.2 REGISTER NAME 4.3 RING TYPE 4.4 SPKR/HEADSET 4.5 EAR-MIC HEADSET 4.6 BRIGHT LEVEL 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Customise 53...
  • Page 55: Change Language

    Customise Change Language This option allows you to switch your display to a second language if it has been setup by a qualified system administrator. 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2. Use to scroll down to option 4 – CUSTOMISE and press OK. 3.
  • Page 56: Ring Type

    Customise Ring Type This option allows you to change the ring type of your ____________________________ 7024LD digital telephone for incoming internal and external 1.ICM RING calls. 2.ICM MELODY 3.CO RING 1. Select MENU option by pressing 4.CO MELODY 2. Use to scroll down to option 4 –...
  • Page 57 Customise Speaker/Headset This option allows you to set your 7024LD digital telephone ____________________________ up to utilise a headset. 1.CHANGE LANG 6. BRIGHT LEVEL 2.REGISTER NAME 1. Select MENU option by pressing 3.RING TYPE 4.SPKR/HEADSET 5.E-MIC HEADSET 2. Use to scroll down to option 4 – CUSTOMISE and SELECT SPEAKER/HEADSET press OK.
  • Page 58: Bright Level

    Customise Bright Level This option allows minor changes to the brightness or the LCD of your 7024LD Digital Telephone. 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2. Use to scroll down to option 4 – CUSTOMISE and press OK. 3. Use to scroll to option 6 –...
  • Page 59: Setting

    5. SETTING 5.1 ENBLOCK MODE 5.2 STATION COS 5.3 PASSWORD 5.4 SPEED PGM 5.5 ANSWER MODE 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Setting 58...
  • Page 60: Enblock Mode

    Setting Enblock Mode This option changes the dialling style of your phone to be ____________________________ more like a mobile. If you use this option you will dial the 1.ENBLOCK MODE number before it is dialled. In default a number is dialled as 2.STATION COS 3.PASSWORD digits are pressed.
  • Page 61: Station Cos

    Setting Station COS COS refers to the types of numbers that you are able to ____________________________ dial from your extension 1.TEMPORARY COS 2.WALKING COS There are two options: TEMPORARY – effectively ‘locks’ your extension preventing other users from making unauthorised calls. BACK EXIT WALKING –...
  • Page 62 Setting Password This option allows you to set a valid authorisation code. ____________________________ This is often required for various features as per the 1.ENBLOCK MODE previous page. 2.STATION COS 3.PASSWORD 1. Select MENU option by pressing 4.SPEED PGM 5.ANSWER MODE 2.
  • Page 63 Setting Speed Programme This option allows you programme personal speed dials. ________________________ 1. Select MENU option by pressing SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 2. Use to scroll down to option 5 – SETTING and press 04/24 _______________________ ENTER SPD BIN NO (000) 3.
  • Page 64: Answer Mode

    Setting Answer Mode This option allows you alter the way that your 7024LD will ____________________________ ring on inbound internal calls. 1.ENBLOCK MODE 2.STATION COS The three options are: 3.PASSWORD 4.SPEED PGM 1 – Handsfree (H): 3 short bursts of tone followed by full 5.ANSWER MODE handsfree conversation.
  • Page 65: Voicemail

    6. VOICEMAIL 6.1 INTERNAL VOICE MAIL 6.2 EXTERNAL VOICE MAIL 7024LD User Guide | Navigation Button - Voicemail 64...
  • Page 66: Internal Voice Mail

    Voice Mail This option allows you to quickly check whether you have voice messages Internal Voice Mail This option allows you to see how many voice messages have been left on the integral voice messaging card. 1. Select MENU option by pressing 2.
  • Page 67: Menu Tree - Long Version

    Menu Tree – Long Version [1] RING [3] AUTH / MOBILE EXTN [6] ANNOUNCEMENT 1.1 TYPE 3.1 AUTH REGISTER 6.1 REC USER GREETING 1.2 ANSWER MODE 3.2 AUTH CHANGE 6.2 LISTEN TIME/DATE 1.2.1 HANDSFREE (H) 3.3 REG MOBILE-EXT 6.3 LISTEN STA NUMBER 1.2.2 TONE (T) 3.4 ACTIVE MOBILE-EXT 6.4 LISTEN STA STATUS...
  • Page 68: Ring

    1. RING TYPE 1.2 ANSWER MODE 1.3 SMS MSG DISPLAY 1.4 ENBLOCK MODE 1.5 SMS/NOTICE DISPLAY 1.6 SCROLL SPEED 1.7 EAR-MIC HEADSET 1.8 ICM RING 1.9 CO RING 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Ring 67...
  • Page 69: Sms Msg Display

    Ring Type 1. Press the button and select option [1] RING followed by option [1] TYPE. (Your display should look as ________________________ per Fig.50). SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 2. The screen shows the current active ring 04/24 3.
  • Page 70: Icm Ring

    Ring Enblock Mode See page 55 for more details on this option and how to change it. SMS/Notice Display Reserved for future development Ear-Mic Headset See page 52 for more details on this option and how to change it. ICM Ring See page 51 for more details on this option and how to change it.
  • Page 71: Cos (Class Of Service)

    2. COS (Class Of Service) 2.1 COS DOWN 2.2 COS RESTORE 2.3 WALKING COS 2.4 COS CHANGE 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree – Class Of Service 70...
  • Page 72: Walking Cos

    COS – Class Of Service COS Down See page 56 for details on Temporary COS COS Restore This option returns your phone to normal service, taking off ________________________ the lock applied above. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 1.
  • Page 73 3. AUTH CODE MOBILE EXTENSION AUTH CODE REGISTER 3.2 AUTH CODE CHANGE 3.3 REGISTER MOBILE EXTENSION 3.4 ACTIVATE MOBILE EXTENSION 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree – Auth Code/Mobile Extension 72...
  • Page 74: Authorisation Code/Mobile-Ext

    Authorisation Code/Mobile Extension Auth Code Register See page 57 for more details on this option and how to change it. Auth Code Change See page 57 for more details on this option and how to change it. 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Authorisation Code/Mobile Extension 73...
  • Page 75 Authorisation Code/Mobile Extension Fig.52 Register Mobile Extension ________________________ This feature allows to set your mobile or other valid SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 telephone number to receive DDI calls simultaneously to 04/24 your desk phone. ________________________ 1. Press the button and select option [3] MOBILE EXT TEL.
  • Page 76: Wake Up/Conference Room

    4. WAKE UP TIME / CONFERENCE ROOM 4.1 SET WAKE UP TIME 4.2 WAKE UP DISABLE 4.3 ACTIVE CONF-ROOM 4.4 DEACTIVE CONF-ROOM 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree – Wake Up Time/Conference Room 75...
  • Page 77 Wake Up Time/Conference Room Set Wake Up Time See page 40 for more details on this option and how to change it. Wake Up Disable See page 40 for more details on this option and how to change it. 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Wake Up Time/Conference Room 76...
  • Page 78 Wake Up Time/Conference Room Activate Conference Room Conference Room allows external callers to dial into a ________________________ multi-party conference. As a user you can set up and SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 deactivate a conference room. 04/24 1.
  • Page 79: Message

    5. MESSAGE SET PRE-SELECTED MESSAGE 5.2 SET CUSTOM MESSAGE 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Message 78...
  • Page 80 Message Set Pre-Set Message See page 37 for more details on this option and how to change it. Set Custom Message By selecting option 00 above you will chose your own ________________________ personal message. You set you own message as below: SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 1.
  • Page 81: Announcement

    6. ANNOUNCEMENT 6.1 RECORD USER GREETING 6.2 LISTEN TO TIME/DATE 6.3 LISTEN TO STATION NUMBER 6.4 LISTEN TO STATION STATUS 6.5 RECORD PAGE MESSAGE 6.6 ERASE USER GREETING 6.7 ERASE PAGE MESSAGE 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Announcement 80...
  • Page 82 Announcement Record User Greeting If you have permission you may record a greeting that users will hear based on a forward type set on your extension. (See page 10 for Call Forward Settings). 1. Press the button and select option [6] ANNOUNCEMENT followed by option [1] REC USER GREETING.
  • Page 83 Announcement Listen to Station Number To check your station number: 1. Press the button and select option [6] ANNOUNCEMENT followed by option [3] LISTEN STA NUMBER. 2. You will then hear a system message telling you the number of your station. Listen to Station Status To listen to your current status (Station Number, COS, Call Forwards): 1.
  • Page 84: Erase User Greeting

    Announcement Erase User Greeting To erase your personal greeting: 1. Press the button and select option [6] ANNOUNCEMENT followed by option [6] ERASE USER GREETING. 2. Your personal greeting will be erased. Erase Page Message To erase your page message: 1.
  • Page 85: Supplementary

    7. SUPPLEMENTARY LCD LANGUAGE DISPLAY 7.2 MPB VERSION DISPLAY 7.3 BGM 7.4 REGISTER STATION NAME 7.5 SPEAKER/HEADSET 7.6 HEADSET RING MODE 7.7 WTU STA NUM RCVR 7.8 SERIAL NUMBER 7.9 PC-PHONE LOCK KEY 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Supplementary 84...
  • Page 86: Lcd Display Language

    Supplementary LCD Display Language See page 52 for more information on this options and how to change it. MPB Version Display This allows you to the level of software that your system is ________________________ running. SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 1.
  • Page 87 Supplementary You can chose to listen to background music through your ________________________ handset. There are 11 possible music sources. You should SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 check with a qualified system administrator for details of 04/24 which sources are active. ________________________ SELECT BGM SRC (00-11) 1.
  • Page 88 Supplementary Register Station Name See page 29 for more information on this option and how to change it. Speaker/Headset Mode See page 54 for more information on this option and how to change it. 7024LD User Guide | Menu Tree - Supplementary 87...
  • Page 89: Headset Ring Mode

    Supplementary Headset Ring Mode To complement the above setting you can chose whether ________________________ your headset, your phone or both devices ring on inbound SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 calls. 04/24 1.Press the button and select option [7] ________________________ SELECT BGM SRC (00-11) SUPPLEMENTARY followed by option [6] HEADSET RING...
  • Page 90: Serial Number

    Supplementary Serial Number Fig.59 This is only required when advanced features need to be ________________________ activated (VoIP, CTI, IP Phones, PC Attendant) SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 2004 1.Press the button and select option [7] 04/24 SUPPLEMENTARY followed by option [8] SERIAL ________________________ KEY:020014F800060402 NUMBER.
  • Page 91 USER PROGRAMMING CODES PRE SET MESSAGES GLOSSARY INDEX 7024LD User Guide | Miscellaneous 90...
  • Page 92: User Programming Codes

    User Programming Codes Codes for programming Flexible Buttons Precede all of these codes by pressing the button. Differential Ring: 11 Listen to Station Status: 64 Enblock Mode: 14 Record Paging Message: 65 SMS Notice/Display: 15 Erase User Greeting: 66 Headset Port On/Off: 17 Erase Paging Message: 67 ICM Ring Tone: 18 LCD Language Change: 71...
  • Page 93: Preset Messages

    Preset Messages Preset Messages Preset messages that can be left in the display of your handset are as follows 00 PERSONAL/CUSTOMISABLE Message. 01 LUNCH, RTN HH:MM – Use this message if you are away from your desk at lunch. The internal calling party will see this message on their display when the call you.
  • Page 94: Glossary

    Glossary Glossary Liquid Crystal Display Direct Dial Inward – Allows an external callers to be routed directly to your extension, bypassing reception Hunt Group Feature to allow a number of extension to be group together to answer inbound calls. Used in call centres.
  • Page 95 Glossary IPLDK IP enabled, LG Digital Keysystem Background Music. You may select a number of different music sources to play through your handset. Main Processor Board. The ‘brains’ of the phone system. MPB contains all system software and controls all system functions.
  • Page 96: Index

    Index A……………………………..…31 D…………………………….……31 J……………………….……31 DDI…...…………………..…14, 93 Announcement……………..…80 Dial Pad………...……………..3 Answer Mode…………….59, 68 Do Not Disturb………………….27 K…..………………………31 Answering Calls………...……8,9 Answering Message Wait..25 Authorisation Code………57, 73 E………….………………………31 L………………………….…31 Ear-Mic Headset…...…..52, 69 LCD...………..…4, 52, 85, 93 Enblock Mode…..………….55, 69 B…………………………..……31 BGM……………………..86, 94 M…..…………………….…31 Busy Station…………………..24 F……………………………….…31 Making Calls…………..…8, 9...
  • Page 97 Index P……………………………..…31 Station Number…………………82 Station Status…………………..82 Page……………………………20 Page Message………..82, 83 Park…………………………….11 T………….………………………31 PC Phone……………………..89 Transfer…..……………….4, 5, 17 Pickup………………………….16 Time/Date……………………….81 Preset Message…….40, 78, 79 Programme Codes………..91 U……………………………….…31 Unanswered Station……………24 Q…………………………..……31 User Programming………...28, 91 Queuing……………………….19 User Greeting……...……….81, 83 V……………………………….…31 R………………………………..31 VMIB……………………………..94 Redial……………………..22, 23 Volume.………………………..4, 5 Ring…………….………………67 W...…………………………….…31...