Using Your Telephone
Calls:
Make A Call:
Telephone idle, dial the desired number then lift the
handset... your call is placed. OR,
Pick up the handset. Dial the number. Press the “Send”
soft key.
Make a hands-free call (speakerphone):
Telephone idle, dial the desired number then press the
big Red button... your call is placed. OR,
Press the big red button. Dial the number. Press the
“Send” soft key.
To hang up:
Press the “End Call” soft key or hang up the receiver.
To place a call on Hold:
Press the “Hold” button.
To retrieve a call from Hold:
Press the flashing green button
(on your telephone only).
To transfer a call to an Extension
(Blind Transfer)
Press the “Transfer” key. Press the “Blind” Soft Key. Dial
the extension. Press the “Send” soft key. Hang up.
To transfer a call to an Extension
(Screened Transfer):
Press the “Transfer” key. Dial the extension. Wait for the
party to answer, announce the call then press the
“Transfer” key. Then hang up.
To transfer a call to Park:
Press the “Park” key & listen. You will hear the park
number (701,702, or 703). The red light next to the park
number will light.
To retrieve a call from Park:
Press the lit Park key for 701,702 or 703.
To transfer a call to Voicemail
Press the “Transfer” key. Press the “Blind” Soft Key.
Dial “*” & extension number.
Press the “Transfer” key, then hang up.
Conference - Three Party (you + 2)
While on the first call Press the “Conference” key.
Make the 2nd call.
Press “Conference” key again, to join all parties.
Confernce Room
(for large conference calls)
Use Conference Room; callers can be transferred into
the conference room by anyone or they can call into the
conference room directly from the outside by dialing
___________________. The conference room can be
accessed by dialing 901 from the inside. The PIN
number to enter the conference is 323.
Pause
This is “Do Not Disturb”. When active, all calls to your
telephone will go directly to your voicemail.
Call Log
Press the Directories key then use your Navigation keys
to select Call History to access your Missed Calls list,
your Received Calls list and your Dialed Numbers list.
You can dial the numbers in any of these call logs or store
them in your phonebook.
Redial
Press the “Redial” key to the last number that you dialed.
Mailbox Overview
Among the features that are included in the voice mail
systems are:
Three different types of greetings
Voice Mail sent to email including .wav file format.
An organization system called “Folders” to organize
saved messages
Password protected mailbox access
Audible recording menu to record and re–record
mailbox greetings
Greetings
A mailbox greeting is a message for you to inform the
caller that you are away from your desk or busy on
another call.
There are three types of Greetings:
Not Available Greeting – Played when your phone
is unanswered. …Hello, this is Mark; I am not able to
answer your call right now. Please leave a detailed
message and a number where I can reach you, and
I’ll call you back as soon as I am able.
Busy Greeting – Played when your extension is
busy or in DND. …Hello, this is Mark, I am currently
on the phone and not able to take your call right now;
please leave me a detailed message and I will call
you back as soon as I can.
Temporary Greeting - Played whenever it is
recorded. The temporary greeting is played as a
replacement for your other greetings. When the
situation warrants a greeting to inform your callers of
something different than your regular greetings;
record a temporary greeting and it will replace the
others while it is active. Sample temporary greeting;
…Hello this is Mark; I am on vacation with limited
access to messages. Please call extension 1500
and speak to Mary with any matters that need
immediate attention. I will return on Monday,
February 24.
Default Greetings
If you do not record any greetings, IPitomy will play a
set of default greetings depending on the status of your
extension. Be sure to record your name so your
greeting will be a little more personal. If you do not
record your name, the default greeting will say “the
person at extension (your extension number) is not
available”. If you record your name the greeting will say
“Mark
Smith” is not available…”
Folders
The IPitomy IP PBX allows you to save and organize
your messages into folders. The 5 folders have
convenient names for organizing messages:
0. New
1. Old
2. Work
3. Family
4. Friends
When a message is left for you, IPitomy will place the
message into the “New” folder. Once you listen to the
message, but do not delete the message or save the
message to a different folder, IPitomy will automatically
move the message to the “Old” folder. When you first
log into your mailbox, IPitomy will make the “New”
folder the current folder if you have any new messages.
If you do not have any new messages IPitomy will
make the “Old” folder the current folder.
Logging In to Voice Mail
From your local extension
Press the Voice Mail key (key with envelope icon) on
your telephone. This will bring you to a voice menu that
will ask you to enter your password. Enter your
password and follow the prompts to listen to messages.
From outside using the automated attendant
When dialing in from outside the office, call into the
automated attendant _______________________.
Dial # from the menu. You will be prompted to enter
your mailbox number, then your password. Follow the
prompts to listen to messages.
From a phone other than your extension
From a phone inside the office, dial 924. You will be
prompted to enter your mailbox number, then your
password. Follow the prompts to listen to messages.
9-March 2012
Phonebook
his
allows you to store up to 200 entries.
" Record your busy greeting.
" Record your unavailable greeting.
" Change your password

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