Utilizing Ericsson Phone Features

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Utilizing Ericsson Phone Features Analog Phone or Digital Phone

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How to Use Phone Features accessible for all work area telephones Transfer Last Number Redial Conference (advanced telephones) Conference (simple telephones) Directed Call Pickup Hold Automatic Callback Call Forward/Follow Me Features accessible just for computerized phones Call Diversion Pickup Group Name Display on LCD screen Exclusive Hold Speed Dial (Programmable Buttons) Accept Second Call Features accessible just for simple phones Call Park

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Follow these means to exchange an approach a simple telephone. Press the R, lightning jolt, or glimmer catch. Listen for a review dial tone (three beeps and a dial tone). Dial the number to which you need to exchange the call. Either sit tight for the main ring or remain focused line to report the call. Hang up the handset. Note: If the individual you're attempting to reach is hanging in the balance or doesn't reply, press the R or lightning jolt, or glimmer catch once and listen for the review dial tone. Press the R, lightning jolt, or glimmer catch again to come back to the guest.

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Follow these means to exchange an approach a computerized telephone. Press a dim get to catch to put the approach selective hold. Dial the number to which you need to exchange the call. Either sit tight for the main ring, or keep focused line to report the call. Press the exchange catch. Note: If the line you're attempting to reach is occupied, press the get to catch to come back to the guest.

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Automatically redial the last off-grounds number you dialed. Lift the handset. Press * The last off-grounds number you called will be consequently redialed.

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How to Set Up a Conference Call (simple telephones) Establish an underlying telephone association. Call the main individual you need to incorporate into the phone call. Include the second individual. Press the R or Lightning Bolt or Flash catch. Listen for the review dial tone (three beeps and a dial tone). Dial the quantity of the second individual. At the point when the second individual answers, squeeze 3 . Listen for the gathering tone — a long beep. This beep shows that the second individual has joined the principal individual on the meeting line. Note: You may incorporate a greatest of two off-grounds calls. Include extra gatherings. Rehash Steps 1 and 2 to incorporate up to a sum of eight gatherings in the telephone call (this incorporates a most extreme of two outer calls). Note: If you call a gathering whose line is occupied or who does not reply: Cancel the second party by squeezing the R or Lightning Bolt or Flash catch once. Listen for the review dial tone. Rejoin the primary individual or the meeting by squeezing the R or Lightning Bolt or Flash catch once more.

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How to Set Up a Conference Call (computerized telephones) Establish an underlying telephone association. Call the primary individual you need to incorporate into the phone call. Include the second individual. Press the accessible line catch. For example, on the off chance that you put the main approach get to 1, squeeze get to 2. On this second line, dial the quantity of the second individual you need to add to the telephone call. After the second individual answers, squeeze 3 . Listen for the gathering tone — a long beep. This beep shows that the second individual has joined the primary individual on the meeting line. Note: You may incorporate a most extreme of two outside calls. Include extra gatherings. Rehash Steps 1 and 2 to incorporate up to a sum of eight gatherings to the phone call (this incorporates a most extreme of two outside calls). Note: If you call a gathering whose line is occupied or who does not reply: Disconnect by hanging up Press the line (Access 1 or 2) of the primary call to rejoin the principal party or the meeting.

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Call Pickup Follow this method to answer someone else's telephone at your work area. Dial the quantity of the ringing telephone. Sit tight for the bustling sign. Squeeze 8 . Note: Directed call pickup won't work if the ringing telephone has a bustling preoccupation . (You should hear a bustling sign to recover the call).

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Automatic Callback Activate the programmed callback highlight. When you dial an on-grounds number yet get a bustling sign, Press 6 . Note: You should hear a bustling sign before you can initiate programmed callback. Answer a programmed callback. Lift the handset when you hear the particular callback ring — 8 quick rings. After you lift the handset, the phone will start to ring at the number you called initially. Cross out programmed callback. Press # 6 # to scratch off the programmed callback highlight. Note: Automatic callback wipes out itself naturally following 20 minutes.

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How to utilize Call forward/tail me Activate the call-forward/tail me highlight. Lift the handset. Press * 2 * Enter the four-digit augmentation for the telephone number to which you need to direct calls. Press # Listen for the throbbing dial tone. Supplant the handset. Note: If a preoccupation is customized on your telephone, the tail me highlight will abrogate the redirection and send your calls instantly to the substitute number. At the point when the call-forward/tail me highlight is expelled, the preoccupation consequently gets to be dynamic once more. Scratch off the tail me highlight. Lift the handset. Press # 2 # Listen for an ordinary dial tone. Supplant the handset.

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How to Use Call Diversion Summary: A call redirection re-courses approaching calls to an other telephone number or to phone message. The preoccupation must be modified by the Broughton IRM Department . Utilize the directions on this page after the redirection has been modified around your work area telephone. How it functions: If your telephone isn't replied after around four rings (14 seconds), the call will be redirected to an other telephone number or to phone message. To initiate: Lift the handset. Press * 2 1 # Listen for an interfered with dial tone Replace the handset. To cross out: Lift the handset. Press # 2 1 # Listen for an ordinary dial tone. Supplant the handset.

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How to Use Call Diversion Use call preoccupation's bustling element. How it functions: If your telephone is occupied, other approaching calls will be redirected to the other telephone number or to voice message. To actuate: Lift the handset. Press * 2 # Listen for an interfered with dial tone. Supplant the handset. To scratch off: Lift the handset. Press # 2 # Listen for a typical dial tone. Supplant the handset.

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How to Use Call Diversion Use call redirection's no-answer and occupied elements. How it functions: The no-answer and occupied redirections cooperate to occupy calls if your telephone is either unanswered or occupied. To initiate: Lift the handset. Press * 2 # Listen for an interfered with dial tone. Squeeze Clear. Press * 2 # Listen for an intruded on dial tone. Supplant the handset. To wipe out: Lift the handset. Press # 2 # Listen for a typical dial tone. Squeeze Clear. Press # 2 # Listen for an ordinary dial tone. Supplant the handset.

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How to Use Call Diversion Use call redirection's all-calls include. How it functions: The all-calls include redirects every one of your calls promptly to the other telephone number or to voice message; your telephone won't ring. To enact: Lift the handset. Press * 2 # Listen for an intruded on dial tone. Supplant the handset. To cross out: Lift the handset. Press # 2 # Listen for a typical dial tone. Supplant the handset.

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How to Use Pick-Up Group Answer a bring in the get gather. Lift the handset and dial 8 To get to the call by speakerphone, dial 8 without lifting the handset.

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Phone Model: Ericsson DBC 561 Standard Features 3 get to catches Standard dialing keys Clear catch Message holding up capacity Mute catch Program catch Dial Additional Digits (End-to-End DTMF Calling) 12 programmable catches Speaker catch LCD screen (tilts) Transfer catch Red pointer lights Volume controls (handset and ringer) Accept second call

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Phone Model: Ericsson DBC 561 Ring Options Access 1 & 2 can be customized for any of the flexible ringing designs recorded beneath. Different Appearance Directory Numbers (MDNS), Hotlines, Intercoms, and so on might be modified for various ring choices. To program: Press Program work catch. (light is on; handset is on snare) Press line catch to be customized. (light is on) Enter one of the accompanying digits (0-6) for craved ring choice: 0 = Silent (flashes just) 1 = Normal ring 2 = Rings after postpone 3 = Two ring at half volume (keeps on blazing) 4 = Two rings at half volume after deferral (keeps on glimmering) 5 = Automatic amplifier association ( auto answer work catch must be actuated for utilize) 6 = Automatic amplifier association (no capacity catch required) Press line catch being modified. (light is off) Press Program work catch to finish passage. (light is off) To check choice: Press Program work catch. (light is on) Press line catch, choice number shows up in show. Squeeze Program work catch to clear show.

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