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IP Office Basic Edition - Phone Based Admin

You can program a list of up to 100 frequently dialed numbers for the all users system by using System Speed Dial feature.

A system speed dial number can be up to 28 characters in length and can consist of the digits 0–9, *, # and the special dialing characters. You assign the number to one of the codes 600 through 699.

To specify a system speed dial when making a call:

On DS and ETR phones, press FEATURE and dial 600 to 699.

On BST phones, press FEATURE and dial 0600 to 0699.

You can store account codes as system speed dial numbers for use with the account code entry feature.

A marked system speed dial number overrides dialing restrictions. To sets a system speed dial as a marked system speed dial, the number should begin with a * before the telephone number. The digits in a marked system speed dial number do not appear on phone displays when the speed dial is used.

A marked system speed dial number can begin with a star code. To enter it, press * followed by the star code and then the telephone number. For example, press **675551001.

You cannot program system speed dial codes on Auto Dial buttons.

If the system is connected to a PBX or Centrex system and a dial-out code (usually 9) is needed to place calls outside the PBX or Centrex system, include the dial-out code and one or more pauses (if available) in Speed Dial numbers that must dial out of the PBX or Centrex system.

You can use multiple Auto Dial buttons and Speed Dial numbers during the course of a single call. For example, you can use an Auto Dial button or Speed Dial number to dial the Account Code Entry feature code and another Speed Dial number to dial the account code.

 

1408/1416/9504/9508 Phone

1.At either of the first two extensions on the system, press Admin.

To do the above during a call, you may need to press the key phone PHONE button to display the Admin soft key option. If you access phone administration during a call, only the key speaker SPEAKER, key mute MUTE and key headset HEADSET buttons still affect the connected call.

2.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to scroll the display to Telephone Programming. When highlighted, press Select.

3.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to scroll the display to System Speed Dial. When highlighted, press Select.

4.At the Code: prompt enter 600 to 699 to select the speed dial entry to edit.

5.The current setting of the speed dial entry is displayed.

6.Enter the external number and press Enter. Press Clear to remove any existing number. The following keys can be used to enter special dialing commands:

Function

Press to insert

Character

Description

Pause

HOLD

P

Inserts a 1.5 second pause.

Transfer

SPEAKER

R

Send a hook-switch flash signal.

Stop

CONFERENCE

S

Stop dialing.

On 9500 Series phones, these options are accessed by pressing More and select Pause, Stop or Recall as required.

Adding a * at the start of a speed dial will indicate that speed dial as being a 'marked' system speed dial. When used, marked system speed dials override dialing restrictions. The * is not dialed as part of the number. If a * is required to be dialed at the start of the marked system speed dial number, enter **.

Exit programming by pressing key phone PHONE. Alternatively use the Back button to move to another menu.

 

 

M7324/M7324N/M7310/M7310N/T7316/T7316E Phone

1.At a system administration extension (the first two extensions on the system); press feature small Feature **user (ie. Feature **8737).

If the system has a system password set, it is requested. Enter the password.

2.At the Extension: prompt enter the extension number of the extension from which you are programming.

3.Select a speed dial by pressing Feature and dialing four digits between 0600 to 0699. If a number is assigned already to the code, the number appears on the display.

3.To enter a number dial the digits. For example, to program 555-4757, press 5554757. Any existing number is overwritten. To remove any digits press Hold.

Function

Press to insert

Character

Description

Pause

Soft Key 1

P

Inserts a 1.5 second pause.

Transfer

Soft Key 2

R

Send a hook-switch flash signal.

Stop

Soft Key 3

S

Stop dialing.

Adding a * at the start of a speed dial will indicate that speed dial as being a 'marked' system speed dial. When used, marked system speed dials override dialing restrictions. The * is not dialed as part of the number. If a * is required to be dialed at the start of the marked system speed dial number, enter **.

5.To save the number, press Feature.

Exit programming by pressing Feature 00. You can also exit programming mode by lifting the handset, then placing it back in the cradle.

 

ETR 18D/ETR 34D Phone

1.At either of the system administration telephones (on the first two extensions in the system), press Feature 0 0.

2.Select a speed dial by pressing Feature and dialing three digits between 600 to 699.

If a number is assigned already to the code, the number appears on the display.

If no number is assigned to the code, the word Blank is shown on the telephone display.

4.To enter a number dial the digits. For example, to program 555-4757, press 5554757. Any existing number is overwritten.

Function

Press to insert

Character

Description

Pause

HOLD

P

Inserts a 1.5 second pause.

Transfer

SPEAKER

R

Send a hook-switch flash signal.

Stop

CONFERENCE

S

Stop dialing.

On 9500 Series phones, these options are accessed by pressing More and select Pause, Stop or Recall as required.

Adding a * at the start of a speed dial will indicate that speed dial as being a 'marked' system speed dial. When used, marked system speed dials override dialing restrictions. The * is not dialed as part of the number. If a * is required to be dialed at the start of the marked system speed dial number, enter **.

4.To remove a stored speed dial number, press MIC/HFAI once.

Exit programming by pressing Feature 00. You can also exit programming mode by lifting the handset, then placing it back in the cradle.

 

 

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