6THE BASICSLine/featureKeysSessionKeysMessage WaitingIndicatorSoftkeysBack ButtonHandsetRelease ButtonMessagesApplicationsHoldConferenceContactsNot a touch screen, you will use the navigation button to navigate.Mute button turns red when you press it to confirm its on.Softkeys adapt to the menu options on the screen.An example of what your line keys may have would be line, voice mail, and shared line.TransferSpeakerphone(hands-free)HeadsetVolumeControlNavigationButtonKeypadMute
7Additional Information Internal Dialing4-digit internal extensions.Local DialingInside your area code Dial 9+7-digit local numberOutside your area code, dial 9+10-digit local numberLong Distance DialingDial digit numberEmergency ServicesDial 911Help Desk Information*reminder if you accidentally call 911, do not hangup.*refer to your internal IT for assistance976 Help?On site analyst will be walking around.
8Placing a call using the handset Lift handset and dial.-or-Dial and lift handset.Ex. Speak to Dial in the voice directory
9Placing a Call Using the speakerphone Press Speakerphone button. Dial the number.-or-Dial the number, then press the Speakerphone button.* Speaker phone is very sensitive, use mute button to privatize calls.
10Placing a call using the headset Press Headset button, then dial the number.-or-Dial the number, then press the Headset button.
11Answering a callLift Handset-or-Press HeadsetSpeakerphone button
13resuming a call on holdPress the Resume softkey.
14Dealing with a second call When the second call comes in, you will hear a tone in the receiver and the line key will be flashing amber.
15Dealing with a second call The second call will appear under the first call on the Session key. To answer the second call, press the flashing Session Key. The first caller will go on hold.Ex. Show example of dealing with a second call
16Dealing with a second call Do nothing – second call will go to voic .* You have can have 2 incoming calls and 2 outgoing calls on one line.
17Dealing with more than one call on hold Press the Session key where the caller on hold resides. The active call will go on hold and the held call will become your active call.Ex. Show example of dealing with more then on call. Emphasis the ability to switch between calls in the session key with the touch of one button.
18To transfer a call Press Transfer button. Dial the number. Press Transfer button or the Transfer softkey again to complete the transfer.Ex. Show an example of how to transfer a call.
19Press the Cancel softkey. To cancel a transferPress the Cancel softkey.Then press the End call softkey.Press the Resume softkey to retrieve original caller from hold.*Emphasis how to send a call to voic .* + 4 digit ext.Note: To transfer a caller directly into someone’s voic , add a * before their 4-digit extension number
20While on an active call, press Conference button. Conference callsWhile on an active call, press Conference button.Call the next party.Ex. Show example of making a conference call.
21Conference call3. When the next party is on the line, press the Conference button or softkey to bring all parties together.
224. You will hear a tone and your display will read: To Conference. Conference calls4. You will hear a tone and your display will read: To Conference.*Keep conference call going for next example\
23To see List of conference participants While on a conference call, press the Show details softkey for a list of Participants.Ex. Show example of listed participants.* 8 parties are allowed to be on a conference call.
24To Remove a conference participant You will be able to remove participants by using the Remove softkey.Ex. Show example of removing a conference call participant.* Remind users that they will have to end outside line participants.
25Join two existing calls During an active call, press the (Conference) button.Press the Session key where the other caller is on hold.You will hear a tone and your display will show you are now conferenced.Ex. Show example of conferencing in two existing calls.
26Dial the number that will receive your calls. Call forwardingPress Forward all.Dial the number that will receive your calls.Your display will indicate where your phone is being forwarded.Ex. Show example of forwarding a call to voic .Note: Forwarding to a cell phone is limited to a Supervisor or above.Note: Forward your calls to voic by pressing Forward ALL and then the (Messages) button.
27Cancel call forwarding To turn forwarding off: press the Forward Off softkey.Ex. Show Example of turning the call forward off.Note: Phone display returns to its normal idle state.
28Press the Applications key. Select Recents from menu. To view call HistoryPress the Applications key.Select Recents from menu.Use the Navigation key to find the desired log, and press Call.Press softkey to return to previous screen.* Show Example of viewing call history.
30Voicemail indicators on your phone: 1.The red light on the handset.2. The envelope displayed near your extension’s primary line key.* Must enroll in voice mail to check voice messages.
31Press the Messages key on your phone. VoicPress the Messages key on your phone.Note:NameGreetingPin #* Wait until the setup assistant says you have completed the process, otherwise the system may not have saved your mailbox.The system will prompt you through the setup process.
32To listen to your messages from your phone, press the Messages key. voicTo listen to your messages from your phone, press the Messages key.To listen to your messages from another Cisco Phone on your network, press the Messages key, dial * + your I.D. (from initial setup)*Your ID is always your 6 digit pin
33VoicTo listen to your messages from outside the office:Dial your direct dial numberWhen your voice mail greeting answers, press *You will be asked for your ID (your 4-digit extension)Enter your PIN
34Customizing your ringtones Press the Application Key
35Customizing your ringtones Select Settings then Ringtone.Use the Navigation key to find a ringtone, then press the Play softkey to play a sample.Press the Set softkey to select the ringtone for your phone.*If you have more then one line (ex. line1 and a shared line, ), then you have the option to select which line you can change the ringtone of.