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NEC

The UNIVERGE SV8100 Communications Server is the ideal system for SMBs that wish to compete and grow their businesses over time. This robust, feature-rich solution is completely scalable and can be expanded to meet your communications needs both now and in the future.

Designed to be both versatile and scalable for your growing business needs, the SV8100 supports TDM, IP, video, wired or wireless. It also provides three on-board applications and a full range of high-powered features that can be transparently shared between branches or remote locations. Individuals, departments and locations can work more efficiently by using this feature to communicate seamlessly in real time.

The SV8100 also supports a wide variety of solutions from the SV8000 Series family of products.

The SV8300 Communications Server is the ideal system for medium-sized businesses that wish to compete and grow their businesses over time. This robust, feature-rich solution is completely scalable and can be expanded to meet your communications needs both now and in the future.

Designed to be both versatile and scalable for your growing business needs, the SV8300 supports, IP, TDM video, wired or wireless. It also provides high-powered features and applications that can be transparently shared between branch or remote locations. Individuals, departments and locations can work more efficiently by using this feature to communicate seamlessly in real time.

The SV8300 also supports a wide variety of solutions from the SV8000 Series family of products.
Additional solutions supported by the UNIVERGE SV8300 Communications Server.
The SV8300 also supports SV8300, which ensures that your business can grow cost effectively. Remote Link enables your business to network SV8300 systems together to extend your reach to remote offices. It can help you increase efficiency with its enhanced security and feature transparency.


The UX5000 Communications Server is a comprehensive integrated solution designed to meet the unique challenges of both business telephony applications and VoIP. This top performance system supports pure peer-to-peer IP telephony connectivity and advanced networking, - all from one system! It allows your organization to bring together voice and data networks and benefit from the cost-saving advantages, convenience, and ease of use afforded by networked telephony systems. VoIP provides seamless internal and external communications and access to advanced data and productivity tools. By integrating diverse hardware components and software applications, NEC brings control of telephony features and related call information right to the user’s PC, and provides advanced CTI throughout your organization. Reduce costs and improve network efficiency by transparently sharing communication features and resources between branch or remote locations. Share voice mail and other applications for additional cost savings.


The DSX-40 represents the next generation of DS Series platforms, and is designed for residential and small commercial applications. The system shares station equipment, IntraMail voice mail, and programming design with the DSX-80/160.

The standard DSX-40 configuration provides 4 CO/line ports, 8 digital station ports, 2 analog station ports, and 2 analog doorbox ports with relay controls. The system is easy to install and expands easily to 8 lines with 24 business phones or 18 single-line phones, or a mixture of both, via expansion cards.

Notable system features include:

  • Built-in 2-port automated attendant, with multiple line greetings, and customizable dial action tables.
  • Built-in caller ID information that can be logged at each extension and that can be sent to analog phones with caller ID capabilities.
  • Workgroup features such as Call Coverage, Extension Hunting, Group Call Pick-up and Multi-Party Conference
  • Intuitive system programming via DSX telephone or the System Administrator software, which is available for free download, from the DSX support website (link to www.necdsx.com)
  • Optional DSX IntraMail voice mail / automated attendant that provides more advanced automated attendant features than provided by the built-in auto attendant. Available in either a 4-port x 8-hour, or 8-port x 16-hour configuration.

USER GUIDES

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Elite IPK

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DSX2
DSX3

ASPIRE

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NEAX 2000

ELITE MAIL

ELIT IPK ll InMail

8100 InMail

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ASPIRE Voicemail
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The Elite® IPK II is a versatile communication platform, supporting both traditional voice and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) on a single processor. It offers the deployment of traditional circuit switched technology, VoIP, or any combination, all from one system. End users have the freedom to adopt VoIP when and where it’s needed, so today’s technology investment is protected tomorrow.

DT310/DT330/DT710/DT730
USER GUIDE


TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.INTRODUCTION
General................................................................................................. 1
Face Layout.......................................................................................... 2
Keys And Parts..................................................................................... 5
Icon Display .......................................................................................... 15
Menu List .............................................................................................. 16
Simple Operation by Menu Key and Cursor Key .................................. 16
2.TERMINAL SETUP
Terminal Setup With the Up/Down Key ................................................ 17
Terminal Setup With the Feature Key................................................... 18
3.BASIC OPERATION
Login (DT700 Series Only) ................................................................... 21
Logout (DT700 Series Only) ................................................................. 21
To Start Security Mode (DT730 Only) .................................................. 22
To Cancel Security Mode ..................................................................... 22
4.FEATURE OPERATION
ANSWERING CALLS ........................................................................... 23
PLACING CALLS.................................................................................. 24
MICROPHONE CONTROL .................................................................. 27
SPEAKERPHONE CALLS.................................................................... 27
GROUP LISTEN................................................................................... 27
HOLDING CALLS................................................................................. 28
TRANSFERRING CALLS..................................................................... 28
CONFERENCE..................................................................................... 29
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
CALL PARK – SYSTEM ....................................................................... 29
STATION BUSY/NO ANSWER OPTIONS........................................... 30
CO/PBX DIALING OPTIONS................................................................ 33
CALL PICKUP ...................................................................................... 36
PAGING................................................................................................ 37
BACKGROUND MUSIC ....................................................................... 39
CALL FORWARDING........................................................................... 39
SELECTABLE DISPLAY MESSAGING................................................ 41
STATION RELOCATION...................................................................... 42
CODE RESTRICTION, DIAL BLOCK................................................... 42
ACCOUNT CODE ENTRY ................................................................... 43
AUTOMATIC CALL DISTRIBUTION (ACD) ......................................... 44
5.DIRECTORY OPERATION
Add New Data....................................................................................... 54
Find Registered Data............................................................................ 55
Make a Call From Directory .................................................................. 57
Delete All Directory Data ...................................................................... 57
Delete Specific Directory Data.............................................................. 58
6.CALL HISTORY OPERATION
View Call History................................................................................... 60
Make a Call From Call History .............................................................. 61
Store Call History Data to Speed Dial................................................... 61
Delete Call History Data ....................................................................... 62

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1. INTRODUCTION
General
This guide explains how to operate DT Series (DT310/
DT710/DT330/DT730) under the following headings.
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
Explains the configuration of this guide and
contains the following information.
• Face layout of DT Series
• Keys and Parts of DT Series
• Icon Display
• Menu List
CHAPTER 2 TERMINAL SETUP
Explains the operating procedures for terminal
settings of the DT Series.
CHAPTER 3 BASIC OPERATION
Explains the basic operation of DT Series.
CHAPTER 4 FEATURE OPERATION
Explains operating procedures for various
Telephony Server features.
CHAPTER 5 DIRECTORY OPERATION
Explains operating procedures for Directory
function.
CHAPTER 6 CALL HISTORY OPERATION
Explains operating procedures for Call History.
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4
5
6
7
8
0
#
*
9
2
3
HOLD
Recall Feature
Mic
Menu
Answer
Transfer Speaker

DT330/DT730

Face Layout
DT310/DT710 (2-button without LCD) DT310/DT710 (6-Button with LCD)
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Redial Conf
Directory
Mic
Message
Answer
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Exit Help
Redial
DT710 Model shown above
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1.
DT330/DT730 (12-Button with LCD)
Note: Lock button is equipped on DT730 only.
DT330/DT730 (24-Button with LCD)
Note: Lock button is equipped on DT730 only.
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Exit Help
Redial
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Exit Help
Redial
4
1.
DT330/DT730 (32-Button with LCD)
Note: Lock button is equipped on DT730 only.
DT330/DT730 (DESI Less 8-Button)
Note: Lock button is equipped on DT730 only.
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Exit Help
Redial
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Scroll
Exit Help
Redial
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1.
Keys And Parts
DT310/DT710
(2-Button without LCD)
(1) Call Indicator Lamp
Lamp at top corner of DT Series Display flashes
when a call terminates to the terminal. On the
SV8100, this lamp flashes fast when a call
terminates to the terminal and flashes slower
when a message has been left.
(2) Programmable Keys
These keys can be programmed as Flexible Line
key/Programmable Feature Key by Web/PCPro.
(3) Recall
Press key to finish an outside call and hear the dial
tone.
(4) Feature
Used to activate any features as terminal setup
functions.
(5) Redial
(Last Number Call, Speed Calling-Station/Group)
Press key to activate redial feature. Press redial
and scroll back through numbers that have been
dialed.
(6) Conf
Press key to establish a three-way conversation.
LED on key lights when key is active.
(7) Answer
When LED on this key is lit, press key to answer a
waiting call.
(8) Mic
Press key to respond hands free. LED on this key
lights to show the key is activated.
(9) Message
This key shows a message is waiting. Press this
key to access the Voice Mail system (if
programmed).
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Redial Conf
Directory
Mic
Message
Answer
(3)
(2)
(1)
(4)
(5)
(8)
(6)
(7)
(9)
(14) (13) (12) (11) (10)
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1.
(10) Up/Down
( DOWN UP)
Used to adjust LCD contrast, speaker/receiver
volume, and ringer volume.
• LCD Contrast:
Press ( ) or ( ) key while idle.
• Speaker/Receiver Volume:
Press ( ) or ( ) key during conversation.
• Ringer Volume:
Press ( ) or ( ) key during ringing.
(11) Directory
Press key to activate speed calling - system
feature.
(12) Speaker
Controls the built-in speaker which can be used for
Hands Free dialing/monitoring.LED on key lights
when key is active.
DT310 supports half duplex handsfree. DT330
supports half/full duplex handsfree.
(13) Transfer
Allows the station user to transfer established calls
to another station, without attendant assistance.
(14) Hold
Press this key to place an internal or external call
on hold.
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DT330/DT730
(24-button with LCD)
(1) Security Button (DT730 only)
The user can prevent information leakage from
terminal by simple operation.
(2) Call Indicator Lamp
On the SV8100, this lamp flashes fast when a call
terminates to the terminal and flashes slower
when a message has been left.
(3) LCD (Note 1)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) provides DT Series
activity information plus data, time and Softkey
Operation.
The LCD on DT310/DT710 has 24-character/
28-character, 3-line capability.
The LCD on DT330/DT730 has 28-character,
4-line capability. Top line is used exclusively for the
status icons.
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
Exit Help
Redial
(1) (2)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(5)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(14)
(13)
(18) (17) (16) (15)
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(4) Exit
The user can exit from a screen mode by pressing
this key.
(5) Softkeys
Any feature shown at the bottom of the LCD is
available. The appropriate feature key is displayed
on the screen according to the call handling
process.
(6) Help
The user can press this key followed by a
programmable key to check what Line or
Programmable Feature is programmed on the key.
(7) Programmable Keys
These keys can be programmed as Flexible Line
key/Programmable Feature Key by the Telephony
Server Administrator. For the SV8100, the
programmable keys can be set by Web/PCPro and
the user can also set them.
(8) Recall
Press key to finish an outside call and hear the dial
tone.
(9) Feature
Used to activate any features as terminal setup
functions.
(10)Answer
When LED on this key is lit, press key to answer a
waiting call.
(11) Mic
Press this key to respond hands free.
(12) Menu
From this key, the user can access to the functions
not normally used (such as terminal settings,
downloads and access to XML applications)
easily.
(13) Cursor
By using this Key, DT Series user can access
various features with simple operation.
Two lines of menu items can be displayed at a
time. Use "Up" or "Down" key to scroll to the item.
- Enter Key
- Shortcut Key
- 4-way Scroll DOWN key
- 4-way Scroll RIGHT key
- Directory key
- 4-way Scroll UP key
- 4-way Scroll LEFT key
- Redial key
- Volume (UP) key
- Volume (DOWN) key
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1.
Note: DT310/DT710 (2-Button without LCD) does
not have the Cursor Key. DT310 (6-Button
with LCD) also does not have the Cursor Key.
(14)Enter
DT330/DT730 Series has Shortcut Menu for
frequently-used features. The user can access to
Shortcut Menu by pressing Enter Key.
Note: DT310/DT710 Series does not support the
Shortcut Menu.
Shortcut Menu includes the following features.
(15)Redial
(Last Number Call, Speed Calling-Station/Group)
Press key to activate redial feature. Press redial
and scroll back through numbers that have been
dialed.
When the desired number is displayed, press the #
key to activate dialing.
(16)Speaker
Controls the built-in speaker which can be used for
Hands Free dialing/monitoring.
LED on key lights when key is active.
DT310 supports half duplex handsfree. DT330
supports half/full duplex handsfree.
(17)Transfer
Allows the station user to transfer established calls
to another station, without attendant assistance.
(18)Hold
Press this key to place an internal or external call
on hold.
Note 1: Not equipped on DTL-2E-1/ITL-2E-1.
Menu of DT330
Menu of DT730
Feature Description
1. Missed Call Access to history of Missed Call.
2. Voice Mail Access to history of incoming Voice Mail.
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1.
DT330/DT730
(DESI Less 8-Button with LCD)
(1) Security Button (DT730 only)
The user can prevent information leakage from
terminal by simple operation.
(2) Call Indicator Lamp
On the SV8100, this lamp flashes fast when a call
terminates to the terminal and flashes slower
when a message has been left.
(3) LCD (Note 1)
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) provides DT Series
activity information plus data, time and Softkey
Operation.
The LCD on DT310/DT710 has 24-character/
28-character, 3-line capability.
The LCD on DT330 has 28-character, 4-line
capability. Top line is used exclusively for the
status icons.
(4) Exit
The user can exit from a screen mode by pressing
this key.
1 2
ABC
3
DEF
4
GHI
5
JKL
6
MNO
7
PQRS
8
TUV
9
WXYZ
0 #
Menu
HOLD Transfer Speaker
Recall Feautre
Answer Mic
(1)
(3)
(4)
(6)
(5)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
(12)
(13)
(14)
(19) (18) (17)
(2)
Scroll
Exit Help
Redial
(16)
(15)
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(5) Softkeys
Any feature shown at the bottom of the LCD is
available. The appropriate feature key is displayed
on the screen according to the call handling
process.
(6) Help
The user can press this key followed by a
programmable key to Check what Line or
Programmable Feature is programmed on the key.
(7) 8LD Display
32 (8 keys x 4 pages) additional programmable
keys are provided. They can be programmed as
Flexible Line/Programmable feature key by
Telephony Server Administrator. For the SV8100,
the programmable keys can be set by Web/PCPro
and the user can also set them.
Note: Maximum 11 characters (including icon)
Maximum 13 characters (excluding icon)
(a) Icon
Status of the Line key such as Call termination,
Call Hold or Busy, and setting on the Feature key
are shown as Icons.
Scroll
1
2
3
4
Ben
Rachel Julia
James Paul
Hannah
FDA
FDN
(a) (b) (C) (b) (a)
Page Switching Key
User’s Status Icon Flashing
Pattern
• Idle
• I-HOLD
Blink
Note
• Others Hold
• Recall
Blink
Note
• Incoming Ringing
• During Conversation (Individual
Use)
• Call Transfer
• Conference
• During Conversation (Other
Party Use)
• Active Feature (Under a setting
of feature key like a “Call
Forwarding”)
• Others
• Key is busy (example, if Steady Lit
programmed as a virtual
extension and the virtual
extension is busy).
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(b) Feature Key Information
Feature Key Information displays the followings.
Note: Maximum 11 characters (including icon)
Maximum 13 characters (excluding icon)
(c) Page Icon
8LD display has four pages (8 Programmable
Feature keys per page). Page Icon Key indicates
currently displayed page. The user can switch the
Feature Key display from page 1 to 4 by using the
Page Switching Key.
(8) Programmable Keys
These keys can be programmed as Flexible Line
key/Programmable Feature Key by Web/PCPro.
(9) Scroll Key
This key is used to turn over the page of 8LD
display.
(10)Recall
Press key to finish an outside call and hear the dial
tone.
(11)Feature
Used to activate any features as terminal setup
functions.
(12)Answer
When LED on this key is lit, press key to answer a
waiting call.
Key Description
Maximum
digits to be
displayed
Line Key - Name and Number
information
Refer to
note*
Feature Key - Feature Name Refer to
note*
One-Touch
Speed Dial Key
- Speed Dial Name
Information
- Number Information
Refer to
note*
Feature Key 1-8 Black background indicates
currently displayed page.
Feature Key 9-16
Feature Key 17-24
Feature Key 25-32
1
2
3
4
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1.
(13) Mic
Press key to respond hands free. LED on this key
lights showing it is active.
(14) Menu
From this key, the user can access to the functions
not normally used (such as terminal settings,
downloads and access to XML applications)
easily.
(15) Cursor
By using this Key, DT Series user can access to
various features with simple operation.
For DT330 Series, two lines of menu items can be
displayed at a time. For DT730 Series, three lines
of menu items can be displayed at a time. The
following figure shows the menu screen for DT330
Series. Use "Up" or "Down" key to scroll to the
item.
Note: DT310/DT710 (2-Button without LCD and
DT310 [6-Button with LCD]) does not have
the Cursor Key.
(16)Enter
DT330/DT730 Series has Shortcut Menu for
frequently-used features. The user can access to
Shortcut Menu by pressing Enter Key.
- Enter Key
- Shortcut Key
- 4-way Scroll DOWN key
- 4-way Scroll RIGHT key
- Directory key
- 4-way Scroll UP key
- 4-way Scroll LEFT key
- Redial key
- Volume (UP) key
- Volume (DOWN) key
Menu of
DT330
Menu of DT730
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1.
Note: DT310/DT710 Series does not support the
Shortcut Menu.
Shortcut Menu includes the following features. (Ex.
of DT730)
(17)Speaker
Controls the built-in speaker which can be used for
Hands Free dialing/monitoring.
LED on key lights when key is active.
DT310 supports half duplex handsfree. DT330
supports half/full duplex handsfree.
(18)Transfer
Allows the station user to transfer established calls
to another station, without attendant assistance.
(19)Hold
Press this key to place an internal or external call
on hold.
Feature Description
1. Missed Call Access to history of Missed Call.
2. Voice Mail Access to history of incoming Voice Mail.
3. IM Not Supported.
4. Presence Not Supported.
5. Backlight Access to screen for LCD backlight settings.
6.Bluetooth Not Supported.
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1.
Icon Display
The LCD of DT730 Series displays Desktop Icons
which provide notification when events (such as missed
call and voice mail) occur.
Note: DT310/DT710 Series does not support the
icon display.
Note: Currently unavailable.
Feature Icon Description
Missed Call
This icon appears when there is a
missed call. Once the user has
checked the missed call, this icon
will disappear.
Voice Mail
This icon provides notification of
incoming Voice Mail. Once the user
has checked the mail, this icon will
disappear.
Instant
Message
(Note)
This icon appears when the terminal
receives a new instant message.
Once the user has checked the
message, this icon will disappear.
Presence
(Note)
This icon indicates the terminal’s
presence status.
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Icon Display
Encryption
(Note)
This icon appears when using RTP
Encryption feature.
Security
This icon appears when the Security
Key is pressed and the terminal in
Security mode
Bluetooth
This icon appears when any
peripheral equipment is connected
via Bluetooth. DT330 is supported.
Cursor
This icon indicates the currently
available direction of the Cursor
Key.
Feature Icon Description
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Menu List
From the Menu List, the user can use various
application features such as Directory and Call History.
To Display Menu List
Press Key. The Menu List is displayed in
LCD. Use Cursor Key to select desired Menu Item.
Note: Operation for Instant Message (IM) is
currently unavailable.
Note 1: Unavailable Menu items are grayed out.
Simple Operation by Menu Key and
Cursor Key
By using Menu Key and Cursor Key, DT Series user
can have access to Call History, Directory and terminal
settings with simple operation.
As an example, the following shows the operations how
to access to Directory menu.
No. Menu Item Description
1 Call History To view Call History.
2 Directory To use Directory function.
3 Tool
Settings to set Ring Volume, Off Hook
Ring, Backlight, Headset, and
Peripherals.
4 Call Function Currently Not Used (grayed out).
5 Setting
To set up the terminal such as ringing
volume control, LCD display setting and
download of Music on Hold.
6 Presence Currently Not Used (grayed out).
# Favorite
By registering frequently-used
features as favorite, the user can
access these features with simple
operation.
0 Terminal
Config
This item is used for Configuration
setting of DT Series.
Menu
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2. TERMINAL SETUP
This chapter describes operating procedures for
terminal settings by the UP/DOWN key and Feature
keys.
Various terminal settings such as display, sounds,
password, and language are also available from Menu
key. For detailed information on terminal settings from
Menu key, see IP Peripheral Equipment Guide.
Terminal Setup With the Up/Down
Key
To Adjust Handset Receiver Volume
Press the Up/Down key in the off-hook status or during
the call.
To Adjust Speaker Volume
Press the Up/Down key during speakerphone
operation or during the call.
To Adjust Ringer Tone
Press the Up/Down key during ringing.
To Adjust LCD Contrast
Press the Up/Down key in the on-hook status.
HANDSET
SPEAKER
RING
LCD
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Terminal Setup With the Feature
Key
Microphone On/Off
LED on Mic key shows the status of the built-in
microphone.
STEP 1: Press Feature and 1.
To Select Ringer Tone
DT Series has 8 kinds of ringer tones that you can
select.
To Change your Extension Incoming Ring Tone
STEP 1: Press Speaker and dial 720.
STEP 2: Dial 1 to set Intercom ring; Dial 2 to set Trunk
ring.
STEP 3: Dial code for the desired ring pattern (1~8).
Display below shows when INT is selected.
STEP 4: Press Speaker to hang up.
To listen to the Incoming ring choices:
STEP 1: Press Speaker and Dial 711.
STEP 2: Dial 1 to listen to Intercom ring; Dial 2 to listen
to Trunk ring.
STEP 3: For Intercom Ring:
Dial the code for the ring pattern you want to
hear (1-8).
1: INT 2: EXT
SET INCOM RING
INCOM RING 1-8:?
SET INT INCOM RING
TONE No. Tone Range
1 High
2 Mid Range
3 Low
4 Ring Tone 1
5 Ring Tone 2
6 Ring Tone 3
7 Ring Tone 4
8 Ring Tone 5
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Trunk Ring:
Dial code for the ring pattern you want to hear
(Ring1-3, Melody 4-8). If you select Ring 1-3, a second
screen prompts for the tone pattern (1-4).
STEP 4: Press Speaker to hang up.
TONE No. Tone Range
1 Ring Tone 1
2 Ring Tone 2
3 Ring Tone 3
4 Melody 4
5 Melody 5
6 Melody 6
7 Melody 7
8 Melody 8
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This page is for your notes.
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3. BASIC OPERATION
Login (DT700 Series Only)
When login mode is activated, the following procedure
is required.
Enter login code and press Set Softkey.
(The station number is used as the Login code.)
Enter the password and press OK Softkey.
If the login code is accepted, display changes to
normal idle status.
Logout (DT700 Series Only)
Press the preassigned Logout Feature Key on the
terminal.
Note: This location is an example.
Note: Logout button is assigned by data setting at
the ECP (Enterprise Communication
Platform).
“LOGOUT?” is displayed on the LCD of the
terminal.
Press the Logout Feature Key on the terminal
again.
Password
Login ID : 2000
:
Cancel BK Set OK
Login ID : 2000
Cancel BK Set OK
Password : *****
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To Start Security Mode (DT730 Only)
Press the Lock Key on the DT730. The following
message is displayed on the LCD.
Press the OK Softkey to start Security Mode.
To Cancel Security Mode
Display the Password Entry screen by either of the
following operations.
• Press any key while the screen server is
activated.
• Press the Lock Key while the Lock icon is
displayed on the LCD.
The Lock Key LED is extinguished and Security
Mode is canceled.
Cancel OK
DEL Cancel OK
[Password]
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4. FEATURE OPERATION
ANSWERING CALLS
Ringing Calls
1. Lift the handset.
2. Start conversation.
Note: When assigning the Delayed Ringing feature,
incoming calls will first ring at a primary
station. If the call is unanswered after a
preprogrammed time interval, calls will also
ring at the assigned secondary station.
Ringing Calls to a Second Incoming Extension/
CAR/VE Key
1. Lift the handset.
2. Start conversation.
Note 1: A Second Incoming Extension key must be
assigned to appear and ring.
Note 2: A Line key must be available to answer an
incoming outside call
Answering Outside Calls Using the Answer Key
1. Receive outside call.
2. Press the Answer key.
3. Talk with the incoming calling party.
4. When additional outside calls are received, press
the Answer key to place the current call on hold
and connect the multiline terminal user to the next
call.
TALKING TO STA 12345
2-11 MON 10:15AM
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Line 001
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Voice Announce Calls
1. Adjust the Speaker volume as needed.
Note 1: On SV8100 if MIC key is not lit the
user cannot answer voice announce
calls without lifting the handset.
2. Respond hands free.
Note 2: The handset may be used any time
during the conversation.
Camp-on (Call Waiting)
Receive the camp-on tone while on another call:
1. When a Camp On is set from another station,
complete the present call and a Call Back will ring
the station that set the Camp On.
2. When the Camp On station answers and rings the
phone, lift the handset or press the Speaker key.
Off Hook Signaling
With a call in progress:
1. Receive Off-Hook signaling.
2. Press the Answer key, then converse with the
second party.
Note 3: The second call may be placed on Hold.
Note 4: Press the flashing Line key or Conf key to
return to the first call.
PLACING CALLS
Internal Calls
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial a station number or 0 (for attendant).
3. Voice announce after the tone burst, or wait for the
ringing call to be answered.
Outside Calls
1. Lift the handset.
2. Dial the trunk access code (i.e. 9).
-ORPress
an idle Programmable Outside Line key.
3. Dial the telephone number.
4. Converse.
TALKING TO STA 12345
2-11 MON 10:56AM
Conf
2142622000
Line 001 00:15
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Trunk Queuing
After pressing a busy Line key and receiving the trunk
busy indication:
1. Dial # or press Trunk Queuing/Camp On key
(Service Code 751:35).
2. Replace the handset.
Note: When a line is available, your telephone will
ring; lift the handset and place the call.
Last CO/PBX Number Redial
1. Without lifting the handset,
press the Redial key.
2. To redial the last number, press #.
-ORSearch
for the desired number from the Redial List by
pressing the List Softkey and then the Redial
Softkey.
3. Press the Up Arrow/Down Arrow or VOLUME UP/
VOLUME DOWN keys to search for the desired
number.
4. Lift the handset or press Speaker to place the call.
Speed Dial – System/Group/Station
To dial a Station Speed Dial number:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial #7 (default Service Code).
Note: To preselect, press a Line key in step 1
(instead of Speaker).
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial buffer number (0~9):
1 = Station Speed Dial buffer 1
2 = Station Speed Dial buffer 2
::
0 = Station Speed Dial buffer 10
Note 1: The stored number dials out.
Note 2: Unless you preselect, Trunk Group Routing
selects the trunk for the call. The system may
optionally select a specific Trunk Group for
the call.
Note 3: If you have a DSS Console, you may be able to
press a DSS Console key to chain to a stored
number.
Redial CID
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To dial a Station Speed Dialing number:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial #2 (default Service Code).
-ORPress
the Redial key.
-ORPress
the System Speed Dialing key (Service
Code 751:27).
Note: To preselect, press a Line key in step 1
(instead of pressing Speaker).
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial buffer number (Default:
000~999).
The stored number dials out.
Note 1: Initially (at default), there are 1000 System
Speed Dial buffers.
Note 2: Unless you preselect, Trunk Group Routing
selects the trunk for the call. The system may
optionally select a specific Trunk Group for
the call.
Note 3: If you have a DSS Console, you may be able to
press a DSS Console key to chain to a stored
number.
To dial a Group Speed Dialing number:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial #4 (default Service Code).
-ORPress
the Redial key.
-ORPress
the Group Speed Dialing key (Service Code
751:28).
Note: To preselect, press a Line key in step 1
(instead of pressing Speaker).
3. Dial the Group Speed Dial buffer number ( none at
default).
Note 1: Initially, there are no Group Speed Dial
buffers assigned.
Note 2: Unless you preselect, Trunk Group Routing
selects the trunk for the call. The system may
optionally select a specific Trunk Group for
the call.
Note 3: If you have a DSS Console, you may be able to
press a DSS Console key to chain to a stored
number.
92142622000 NEC
2-13 WED 5:28PM
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MICROPHONE CONTROL
1. Press the MIC key.
2. A lit MIC LED indicates that the MIC is on.
SPEAKERPHONE CALLS
1. Press the Speaker key and the Speaker LED lights.
2. Ensure that the MIC LED is lit.
3. Place an internal or outside call.
4. Converse.
5. Press the Speaker key to disconnect the call.
Note: The handset may be used at any time during
the conversation. To resume handsfree
operation or to monitor a call, press the
Speaker key (the Speaker LED lights) and
replace the handset.
GROUP LISTEN
To initiate Group Listen:
1. Place or answer a call using the handset.
2. Press the Speaker key twice (do not hang up).
Note 1: The Speaker LED flashes.
Note 2: You can talk to the caller through the handset.
Your coworkers hear your caller’s voice over
your telephone’s speaker.
Note 3: When you press the Speaker key once, you
turn your Speakerphone on. The second press
turns on Group Listen. Pressing the Speaker
key a third time cancels the Group Listen
feature.
GROUP LISTEN
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HOLDING CALLS
System Hold –
With a call in progress:
1. Press Hold.
Exclusive Hold –
With a call in progress:
1. Press the Exclusive Hold key (Service Code
751:45).
Note 1: To retrieve a held call, press the flashing Line
key or ICM key (Internal calls).
Note 2: Calls on System Hold can be retrieved from
any multiline terminal with the held line
appearance.
Note 3: After a preprogrammed time, the held call will
recall to the originating station.
TRANSFERRING CALLS
Using Manual Dial –
With a call in progress:
1. Press the Transfer key.
2. Dial the station number.
3. Announce the call (optional).
4. Replace the handset.
Using Direct Station Selection (DSS) –
With a call in progress:
1. Press the Transfer key.
2. Press the programmed DSS.
3. Announce the call (optional).
4. Replace the handset.
Note 1: If the called station is busy, replace the
handset to initiate a camp-on. Unanswered
camp-on calls and unscreened transfers will
recall to the transferring station.
Note 2: To return to the original party, press the
flashing Line key or Conf key.
Note 3: A Programmable Function Key may be
assigned for DSS.
Note 4: To transfer a call directly to a personal voice
mailbox, dial 8 after dialing the station
number.
HOLD STA 12345678
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InPg ExPg P/U ��
HOLD STA 12345678
2-13 WED 5:40PM
InPg ExPg P/U ��
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CONFERENCE
1. Establish an intercom or trunk call.
2. Press the Conf Softkey or the Conference key
(Service Code 751:07).
3. Dial the extension you want to add.
-ORAccess
an outside call.
Note: To get the outside call, you can either press a
Line key or dial a trunk/trunk group access
code.
4. When the called party answers, press the
Conference key twice.
Note: If you cannot add additional parties to your
conference, you have exceeded the system’s
Conference limit.
5. Repeat steps 2~4 above to add more parties.
CALL PARK – SYSTEM
To Park a call in a system orbit:
Note: You can Park intercom or trunk calls.
1. Press the Park key (Service Code 752: *04 + orbit).
Note: The Park key LED lights.
2. Use Paging to announce the call.
3. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
Note: If not picked up, the call will recall you.
-OR-
1. Press the Transfer key.
2. Dial #6 and the Park orbit (01~64).
Note: If you hear a busy tone, the orbit is busy. Try
another orbit.
3. Use Paging to announce the call.
4. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
TALKING TO STA 12345 Note: If not picked up, the call will recall you.
2-11 MON 10:56AM
Conf
ICM DIAL
CONF
AnHd Dir
PARK HOLD
Park No. Dial
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To pick up a Parked call:
1. Lift the handset.
2. Press the Park key (Service Code 752: *04 + orbit).
-OR-
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial *6 and the Park orbit (01~64).
STATION BUSY/NO ANSWER
OPTIONS
Callback
To place a callback:
1. Call an unavailable (busy or unanswered)
extension.
2. Dial # or press the Callback key (Service Code
751:35).
3. Hang up.
4. Lift the handset when the busy extension calls you
back.
Note 1: If the unavailable extension was unanswered
(not busy), the Callback goes through after
your co-worker uses their telephone for the
first time.
Note 2: If you have Callback Automatic Answer, you
automatically place a call to the formerly busy
extension when you lift the handset. If you do
not have Callback Automatic Answer, you
must press the ringing line appearance to
place the call.
To cancel a Callback:
1. Press the idle Speaker key and dial 770.
-ORPress
the Camp-On key (Service Code 751:35).
ANS HOLD
Park No. Dial
CAMP-ON STA 12345678
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Message Waiting
To leave a Message Waiting:
1. Call a busy or unanswered extension.
2. Dial 0 or press the Message Waiting key (Service
Code 751:38).
3. Hang up.
To answer a Message Waiting:
Note: When you have a message, your Message
Waiting LED flashes.
1. Press the Speaker key and dial *0.
-ORPress
the MW softkey or Message Waiting key
(Service Code 751:38).
Note: If the called extension does not answer, dial 0
or press your Message Waiting key to
automatically leave a message.
To cancel all your Messages Waiting:
Note: This includes messages you have left for other
extensions and messages other extensions
have left for you.
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 773.
3. Hang up.
To cancel the Messages Waiting you have left at a
specific extension:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 771.
3. Dial the number of the extension you do not want to
have your messages.
4. Hang up.
-ORPress
the Cncl Softkey.
MSG >>> STA 12345678
2-14 THU 3:15PM
12345678 STA 12345678
2-14 THU 3:15PM
MW Menu
Call Cncl
MW from STA 12345678
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Tone Override
To send off hook signals to an extension busy on a call:
Note: Your extension may send off hook signals
automatically.
1. Dial *.
-ORDial
709.
2. Press the Off Hook Signaling key (Service Code
751:33).
Note 1: You hear Ring Busy Tone.
Note 2: The called extension hears Call Alert
Notification.
To answer Tone Override:
1. Receive Tone Override.
2. Press the Hold key and talk with the party.
Department Step Call
To make a Step Call:
1. Place a call to a busy Department Group member.
-ORPlace
a call to a Department Group pilot number.
2. Dial Department Step Code (2) to call the next
available Department Group member.
3. Repeat step 2 to call other Department Group
members.
Voice Over
To initiate a Voice Over to a busy extension:
1. Press the Voice Over key (Service Code 751:48).
-ORDial
6.
Note: You hear an alert tone and the Voice Over key
flashes. You can talk to the called party after
the alert tone ends.
CALLING STA 12345678
2-14 THU 3:15PM
Voice MW
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To respond to a Voice Over alert tone to your
extension:
Note: You can only respond if you have a Voice
Over key.
1. Press the Voice Over key (Service Code 751:48).
Note: The Voice Over key lights steadily (green) and
you can talk to the interrupting party.
To return to your original call:
1. Press the Voice Over key.
Note 1: Your Voice Over key flashes red when you are
talking to your original call.
CO/PBX DIALING OPTIONS
Save Number Dialed
To save the outside number you just dialed (up to 24
digits).
Note: Use this feature before hanging up.
1. Press the Save Number Dialed key (Service Code
751:30).
To redial a saved number:
1. Press an idle trunk line key.
Note: This selects a specific trunk for the call.
2. Press the Save Number Dialed key (Service Code
751:30).
Note: The stored number dials out.
-OR-
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 715.
Note 1: Save Number Dialed automatically selects a
trunk from the same group as your original
call.
Note 2: The stored number dials out.
Memo Dial
To store a number while you are on a call:
1. While on a call, press the Memo Dial key (Service
Code 751:31).
2. Dial the number you want to store.
3. Press the Memo Dial key again and continue with
the conversation.
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To call a stored Memo Dial number:
1. Do not lift the handset.
2. Press the Memo Dial key (Service Code 751:31).
3. Press the Speaker key.
-ORPress
a configured Line key.
Note: The stored number dials out.
To check to see the stored Memo Dial number:
1. Do not lift the handset.
2. Press the Memo Dial key (Service Code 751:31).
Note: The stored number displays.
3. Press Exit to return to the main LCD screen.
To cancel (erase) a stored Memo Dial number:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Memo Dial key (Service Code 751:31).
Repeat Redial
To use Repeat Redial (if the outside party you call is
unavailable or busy):
1. Place a trunk call.
Note: Listen for busy tone or Ring-No Answer.
2. Press the Feature + Redial keys.
-ORPress
the Repeat Redial key (Service Code 751:29).
Note: The Repeat Redial key lights while you wait
for the system to redial.
3. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
Note 1: The system periodically redials the call.
Note 2: System programming determines the waiting
time and the number of redial attempts.
4. Lift the handset when the called party answers.
Note: When using trunks with answer supervision,
the Repeat Redial feature automatically
cancels.
CONF
MEMO DIAL
Repeat Dial
Line 001 00:27
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To cancel Repeat Redial:
1. Press the Feature key.
2. Press the Redial key.
-ORPress
the Repeat Redial key (Service Code 751:29).
Caller ID
Answer
Receive incoming ringing or a transferred outside call:
1. Review the telephone display for the calling party’s
name or number.
2. Answer the call accordingly.
Temporary Memory
An unanswered call will cause the Call History key
(Service Code 751:08) to flash, indicating a new call
has been placed in the temporary memory. If enabled
in programming, the telephone’s display will show:
“Check List”.
1. Press the Call History key (Service Code 751:08)
or press the LIST Softkey and CID.
Note: The last addition to the list is displayed.
2. Press the Arrow Down Softkey to scroll through the
list of numbers in memory.
3. Press the DEL Softkey to delete the entry and scroll
to the next entry.
4. The Call History key will remain on as long as
entries remain in memory.
5. To place a call back to a number in the temporary
memory list, with the number to be dialed
displayed, press a Line or the Speaker key.
Note: The outgoing call is placed.
Cancel Repeat Dial
2-14 THU 3:15PM
List Dir ICM Prog
NEC America 2142622000
Line 001
Conf Dir ICM Prog
12345678
2-14 THU 4:32PM
Conf Dir ICM Prog
LIST MENU
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CALL PICKUP
Group Call Pickup
To answer a call ringing another telephone in your
Pickup Group:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Group Call Pickup key (Service Code
751:24).
-ORDial
756 or *#.
Note: Service Code *# can pick up any call in the
group, plus any Ring Group calls. Service
Code 756 cannot pick up Ring Group calls.
To answer a call ringing a telephone in another Pickup
Group when you do not know the group number:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Group Call Pickup key (Service Code
751:25).
-ORDial
769.
To answer a call ringing a telephone in another Pickup
Group when you know the Group Number:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Group Call Pickup key (Service Code
751:26 + group).
-ORDial
768 and the group number (0~9 or 00~64).
Call P/U STA 87654321
2-14 THU 4:32PM
Conf
Group No.
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Directed Call Pickup
To use Directed Call Pickup to intercept a call to a
coworker’s extension:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial **.
3. Dial the number of extension whose call you want to
intercept.
Note: If more than one call is coming in, the system
sets the priority for which call it answers first.
PAGING
To make an Internal Page announcement:
1. Press the zone’s Internal Paging key [Service
Code 751:21, 01~64 for zones (00 for All Call)].
-OR-
1. Press the Speaker key or lift the handset.
2. Dial 701 and the Paging Zone number (0~9 or
00~64).
Note: Dialing 0 or 00 calls All Call Internal Paging.
3. Dial *1 and the Combined Paging Group code 1~8
or 0 (for Internal/External All Call).
Note: The display indicates the Combined Paging as
an External Page.
Note: If the Internal Page Zone is busy or if there are
no extensions in a page group, the page will be
announced as an External Page only.
ICM DIAL 12345678
2-14 THU 4:32PM
TALKING TO STA 12345678
2-14 THU 4:20PM
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GROUP No.
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PAGE EXT GROUP
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4. Make an announcement.
5. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
To Page an External Zone:
1. Press the External Paging key (Service Code
751:19 for External Paging zones or 20 for External
All Call Paging).
2. Make the announcement.
-OR-
1. Press the Speaker key or pick up the handset.
-OR-
2. Dial 703 and the External Paging Zone code (1~8 or
0 for All Call).
-ORDial
*1 and the Combined Paging Group code (1~8 or
0 for Internal/External All Call).
Note: The display indicates the Combined Paging as
an External Page.
Note: If the Internal Page Zone is busy or if there are
no extensions in a page group, the page will be
announced as an External Page only.
3. Make the announcement.
Meet Me Answer
To join a Meet Me Internal Page:
1. Press the Speaker key or pick up the handset.
2. Dial 763 (if your extension is in the zone called).
-ORDial
764 and the zone number (if your extension is not
in the zone called).
-ORPress
the Meet Me Conference/Paging Pickup key
(Service Code 751:23) if your extension is in the
zone called.
Note: You connect to the other party.
ZONE
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To join a Meet Me External Page:
1. Press the Speaker key or pick up the handset.
2. Dial 765.
3. Dial the announced External Paging Zone (0~8).
Note: You connect to the other party.
BACKGROUND MUSIC
To turn Background Music on or off:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 725.
3. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
CALL FORWARDING
All Calls (CF/A)
To set Call Forward – Immediate at a forwarding
station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Immediate Service Code
(default: 741).
-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable Function
Key (Service Code 751:10).
3. Dial 1 (Set)
.
4. Dial the destination extension or off-premise
number.
5.
6. Press the Speaker key or hang up.
Note: Your Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key lights.
To cancel Call Forward – Immediate at a forwarding
station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Immediate Service Code
(default: 741).
B.G.M. ON
2-14 THU 4:20PM
1:SET 0:CANCEL
CF-ALL
CF-ALL
CF-ALL
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-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key (Service Code 751:10).
3. Dial 0.
4. Press the Speaker key or hang up.
Note: Your Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key goes off.
Call Forwarding Busy/No Answer (B/NA)
To set Call Forward – Busy/No Answer at a forwarding
station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Busy/No Answer Service
Code (default: 744).
-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key (Service Code 751:13).
3. Dial 1 (Set).
4. Dial the destination extension or off-premise
number.
5. Press the Speaker key or hang up.
To cancel Call Forward – Busy/No Answer at a
forwarding station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Busy/No Answer Service
Code (default: 744).
-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key (Service Code 751:13).
3. Dial 0 (Cancel).
4. Press the Speaker key or hang up.
To set Call Forward – Both Ring at a forwarding station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Both Ring Service Code
(default: 745).
-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key (Service Code 751:14).
3. Dial 1 (Set).
4. Dial the destination extension number.
1:SET 0:CANCEL
CF-BNA
12345678
CF-BNA
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To cancel Call Forward – Both Ring at a forwarding
station:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Call Forward – Both Ring Service Code
(default: 745).
-ORPress
the Call Forwarding Programmable
Function Key (Service Code 751:14).
3. Dial 0 (Cancel).
4. Press the Speaker key or hang up.
SELECTABLE DISPLAY
MESSAGING
To select a message:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Text Message key (Service Code 751:18
+ 01~20).
3. Use VOL UP or VOL DOWN keys to scroll through
the messages.
4. For messages 1~8 and 10, enter digits to append
the message, if needed.
Note: You can append messages 1~8 and 10 with
digits (e.g. the time when you get back). You
enter the time in 24-hour format.
5. Press Speaker to hang up.
Note: Intercom calls to extensions with Selectable
Display Messaging set will receive a DND
signal and receive the display message on
their telephone’s display instead of ringing
the display.
12345678
CF-Both Ring
STA 12345678
IN MEETING UNTIL 08:48
L i s t Dir ICM Prog
No. Message Change “#” to:
1 IN MEETING UNTIL ##:## Time (when meeting is
done)
2 MEETING ROOM - ####### Room name or
extension
3 COME BACK ##:## Time (when returning)
4 PLEASE CALL ########### 11 digits (Tel. No.)
5 BUSY CALL AFTER ##:## Time (when returning)
6 OUT FOR LUNCH BACK ##:## Time (when returning)
7 BUSINESS TRIP BACK ##:## Date (when returning)
8 BUSINESS TRIP ########## 10 digits (where
reached)
9 GONE FOR THE DAY
10 ON VACATION UNTIL ##:## Date (when returning)
11~20 MESSAGE 11~20
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Note: To allow calls to ring through and have the
message displayed on the calling extension’s
display, cancel DND by pressing the DND key
+ 0 (DND key (Service Code 751: Code 03).
To cancel a message:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Press the Text Message key
(Service Code 751:18+).
3. Press Speaker to hang up.
STATION RELOCATION
To exchange two terminals:
1. Pick up the handset or press the Speaker key.
2. Dial the Extension Data Swap Service Code – not
assigned at default.
3. Dial the Extension Data Swap Password – not
assigned at default.
4. Dial the extension to be swapped with or relocated
to.
5. When successfully completed, a confirmation tone
will be heard and the display will show “completed”.
6. Press the Speaker key twice.
CODE RESTRICTION, DIAL BLOCK
To set Dial Block:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 600 (default).
3. Dial the 4-digit Dial Block Code (user defined).
4. Dial 1.
Note: The confirmation tone is heard.
5. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
To release Dial Block:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 600.
3. Dial the 4-Digit Block Code.
4. Dial 0.
Note: The confirmation tone is heard.
5. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
Note: At default, Dial Block restriction Class per
Extension is denied.
CANCEL
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ACCOUNT CODE ENTRY
To enter an Account Code any time while on a trunk
call:
The outside caller cannot hear the Account Code digits
you enter. You can use this procedure if your system
has Optional Account Codes enabled. You may also be
able to use this procedure for incoming calls.
1. Dial *.
-ORPress
your Account Code key
(Service Code 751:Code 50).
2. Dial your Account Code (1~16 digits, using 0~9 and
#).
Note: If Account Codes are hidden, each digit you
dial shows as a “*” character on the
telephone’s display.
3. Dial *.
-ORPress
your Account Code key
(Service Code 751:Code 50).
To enter an Account Code before dialing the outside
number:
If your system has Forced Account Codes, you must
use this procedure. If it has Verified Account Codes,
you can use this procedure instead of letting the system
prompt you for your Account Code. You may also use
this procedure if your system has Optional Account
Codes. If your system has Verified Account Codes
enabled, be sure to choose a code programmed into
your Verified Account Code list.
1. Access trunk for outside call.
Note: You can access a trunk by pressing a Line key
or dialing a code (except 9).
2. Dial *.
-ORPress
your Account Code key (Service Code
751:Code 50).
3. Dial your Account Code (1~16 digits, using 0~9 and
#).
Note: If you make an incorrect entry, your
system may automatically alert the
operator. If Account Codes are hidden,
each digit you dial will show as a “*”
character on the telephone’s display.
Enter Account Code
LINE 001
Conf Rpt Sav Trf
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4. Dial *.
-OR-
5. Dial the number you want to call.
Note: If you hear “stutter” dial tone after dial
the number, ARS is requesting that you
enter an Automatic Route Selection
Authorization Code.
AUTOMATIC CALL DISTRIBUTION
(ACD)
Agent Log In
To log in:
1. Press the ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key (Service
Code 752: *10).
-ORPress
the Speaker key and dial the Log In Service
Code (Default *5).
2. Dial the log in code (up to 20 digits).
Note: This step is not required if the ID code is
disabled.
AIC Agent Log In
To log in:
1. Press the ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key (Service
Code 752: *10).
-ORPress
the Speaker key and dial the AIC Log In
service code – not assigned at default.
2. Dial the log in code (up to 20 digits).
Note: This step is not required if the ID code is
disabled.
3. Dial the Agent Identity Code (AIC – up to four
digits).
12345678 STA 12345678
WAIT ACD LOGIN G:01
List Dir ICM Prog
12345678 STA 12345678
Group G:01
(1:Yes; 0:No)
ACD LOGOUT?
Input AIC
List Dir ICM Prog
Display before Agent login
Display after Agent login
Agent Log Out display
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Note: The ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key lights.
Display before Agent login
Display after Agent login
Multiple AIC Agent Log In
To log in:
1. Press the ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key (Service
Code 752: *10).
- OR –
Press the Speaker key and dial the AIC Log In
service code -not assigned at default.
2. Dial 0 to cancel the log out option.
3. Dial the Agent Identity Code (AIC) (up to four
digits).
Note: The ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key lights.
4. Repeat steps 3 and 4, if more log ins are required.
To log out (for single or multiple agent AIC log In):
Note: All AIC log in become logged out.
1. Press the ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key (Service
Code 752: *10) + 1 to accept.
2. Press the Speaker key and dial the AIC Log In
service code – not assigned at default.
Note: The ACD LOG IN/LOG OUT key goes out.
Rest Mode
To set the manual Rest Mode:
1. From an idle state, press the ACD Rest Mode key
(Service Code 752: *13).
Note: The ACD Rest Mode key lights. If the Rest Mode
key is pressed while the agent is on an active call,
the key will flash until the agent hangs up.
Note: This operation is not available for the System
Supervisor.
2-15 FRI 11:02PM
12345678 STA 12345678
List Dir ICM Prog
2-15 FRI 11:02PM
12345678 Login
List Dir ICM Prog
Group No: 01
12345678 OFF DUTY
List Dir ICM Prog
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To cancel the manual Rest Mode:
1. Press the ACD Rest Mode key
(Service Code 752: *13).
Note: The ACD Rest Mode key light goes off.
Queue Status Display
When Logged Into ACD Group:
1. From an idle state, press the Queue Status Display
key (Service Code 752: *19).
Note: The display indicates the number of calls in
queue, the trunk name, and the length of time
the call has been waiting.
Note: When the Queue Status Display key is pressed,
the queue status of the extension’s group is
displayed. When the extension is not in an
ACD group, the Queue Status of group 1 is
displayed instead.
Note: When an agent logs in using an AIC code, the
Queue Status of the default ACD group is
displayed.
2. Press Volume Up and Volume Down to scroll
through the Queue Status Displays of all the ACD
Groups.
3. Press the CLEAR key to return the telephone to an
idle state.
When Logged Out of ACD Group:
When ACD agents are logged out and a call is placed
into the ACD queue, the telephones of the logged out
agents will display the Queue Status and hear the
alarm according to the settings defined in system
programming.
Pressing the Queue Status Display key will return the
telephone to idle until the timer expires again.
Answering a Call Using a Headset
1. Press the Headset key to answer.
2. Converse.
3. Press the Headset key to hang up.
Group No: 01
0----------------- 00:05
List Dir ICM Prog
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Using the Headset with Automatic Answer for
ACD Agents:
1. With the multiline terminal in an idle state, press the
Feature key.
2. Press the HEADSET key (Service Code 751: 05).
Note: The Headset key blinks when Automatic Headset is
activated.
Note: To cancel Automatic Headset, repeat these steps.
Station Speed Dial – Dial Access
To store a Station Speed Dialing number (display
telephones only):
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial 755.
3. Dial the Station Speed Dial buffer number to be
programmed (0~9).
1 = Station Speed Dial buffer 1
2 = Station Speed Dial buffer 2
::
0 = Station Speed Dial buffer 10
4. Dial the Access Code (e.g., 9) – if required.
5. Dial telephone number you want to store (up to 24
digits).
Note: Valid entries are 0~9, # and *. To enter a pause,
press MIC. To store a Flash, press Recall.
6. Press Hold.
7. Enter the name associated with the Speed Dialing
number (display telephones only):
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8. Press Hold.
9. Press the Speaker key to hang up.
Line Keys/Programmable Function Keys
The following functions can be assigned to Line Keys if
allowed by Class of Service.
To Program a Line key as a Programmable Function
Key:
1. Press the Speaker key.
2. Dial Service Code 751.
3. Press the Line Key to be programmed.
4. Dial the code for the desired feature plus additional
data if required.
5. Press Speaker to hang up.
Note 1: Service Code 00 will erase the function from
the key.
Note 2: In some cases, the Hold key needs to be
pressed before pressing the Speaker key.
Use this
keypad
digit....
Key for Entering Names
When you want to....
1 Enter characters:
1 @ [ ¥ ] ^ _ ` { | } Æ ¨ Á À Â Ã Ç É Ê ì ó
2 Enter characters: A-C, a-c 2
3 Enter characters: D-F, d-f, 3
4 Enter characters: G-I, g-I, 4
5 Enter characters: J-L, j-l, 5
6 Enter characters: M-O, m-o, 6
7 Enter characters: P-S, p-s, 7
8 Enter characters: T-V, t-v,8
9 Enter characters: W-Z, w-z,9
0 Enter characters:
0 ! “ # $% & ’ ( ) ô Õ ú ä ö ü á å è
* Enter characters:
+ , - . / : ; < = > ? B E ó S ¢ £
# # = Accepts an entry (only required if
two letters on the same key are
needed – ex: TOM). Pressing # again
= Space.
Conf Clears all the entries from the point of
the flashing cursor and to the right
(used when entering the Name).
Exit Clears all the entries from the point of
the flashing cursor and to the right
(used when entering the Number, this
clears both the number and name).
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Function
Number Function Additional Data
00 Not Defined
01 DSS / One-
Touch
Extension number or any
numbers (up to 24 digits).
Press HOLD to write.
02 Microphone Key
(ON/OFF)
03 DND Key
04 BGM (ON/OFF)
05 Headset
06 Transfer Key
07 Conference Key
08 Incoming Call
Log
09 Day/Night Mode
Switch Mode Number (1-8)
10 Call Forward –
Immediate
11 Call Forward-
Busy
12 Call Forward –
No Answer
13 Call Forward –
Busy/No Answer
14 Call Forward –
Both ring
15 Follow Me
16 --Not Used--
17 --Not Used--
18 Text Message
Setup Message Numbers (01-20)
19 External Group
Paging
External Paging Number
(1-8)
20 External All Call
Paging
21 Internal Group
Paging
Internal Paging Number
(01-64)
22 Internal All Call
Paging
23 Meet-Me Answer
to Internal Paging
24 Call Pickup
25 Call Pickup for
Another Group
26
Call Pickup for
Specified
Group
Call Pickup Group Number
27
Speed Dial –
Common /
Private
Speed Dial Number
(Common / Private)
28 Speed Dial –
Group Speed Dial number (Group)
29 Repeat Redial
30 Saved Number
Redial
31 Memo Dial
32 Meet – Me
Conference
33 Override (Off-
Hook Signaling)
Function
Number Function Additional Data
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34 Break – In
35 Camp On
36 Step Call
37 DND / FWD
Override Call
38 Message Waiting
39 Room Monitoring
40
Handset
Transmission
Cutoff
41 Buzzer Extension Number
42 Boss – Secretary
Call Extension Number
43 Series Call
44 Common Hold
45 Exclusive
46 Department
Group Log Out
47 Reverse Voice
over Extension Number
48 Voice Over Extension Number
49 Call Redirect Extension Number or Voice
Mail Number
50 Account Code
51 General Purpose
Relay Relay No (0, 1-8)
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Automatic
Answer with
Delay Message
Setup
Function
Number Function Additional Data
53
Automatic
Answer with
Delay Message
Start
54
External Call
Forward by Door
Box
55 Extension Name
Change
56 General Purpose
LED Operation
57 General Purpose
LED Indication
58
Automatic
Transfer at
Department
Group Call
Extension Group Number
(1-8 or 01-64)
59
Delayed Transfer
at Department
Group Call
Extension Group Number
(1-8 or 01-64)
60
DND at
Department
Group Call
Extension Group Number
(1-8 or 01-64)
61 --Not Used--
62 --Not Used--
63
Outgoing Call
Without Caller ID
(ISDN)
64 --Not Used--
65 --Not Used--
66 CTI
Function
Number Function Additional Data
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67 --Not Used--
68 --Not Used--
69 --Not Used--
70 --Not Used--
71 --Not Used--
72 Keypad Facility
Key
73 Keypad Hold Key
74 Keypad
RETRIEVE Key
75 Keypad
Conference Key
76 --Not Used--
77 Voice Mail (In-
Skin)
Extension Number or Pilot
Number
78
Conversation
Recording –
Voice Mail
79
Automated
Attendant (In-
Skin)
Extension Number or Pilot
Number
80 Tandem Ringing
1=Set
0=Cancel Extension
Number to Tandem Ring
81
Automatic
Transfer to
Transfer Key
Trunk Line No. (001-200)
82 Dterm IP Call
Log
Function
Number Function Additional Data
83
Conversation
Recording
Function (VMSU)
0=Pause
1=Re-recording
2=Address
3=Erase
4=Urgent Page
84 Drop Key
85 Directory Dialing
86 Private Call
Refuse
87 Caller ID Refuse
88 Dial-In Mode
Switching
89 --Not Used--
90 --Not Used--
91 Live Recording
Key
94 Call Attendant
97
97: Doorphone
(1-8:Doorphone
No.)
Function
Number Function Additional Data
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This page is for your notes.
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5. DIRECTORY OPERATION
This chapter explains about the Directory function of
DT Series. By using Directory function, the user can
make a call with simple operation.
Directory function can register up to 500 records. The
user can add/view/edit/delete these records.
• Add New Data
• Find Registered Data
• Make a Call From Directory
• Delete All Directory Data
• Delete Specific Directory Data
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Add New Data
STEP 1: Press Menu key. The menu screen is
displayed in LCD.
STEP 2: Select 2. Directory by using Cursor Key,
Digit Key (2) or Softkey. (DT7XX menu
shown)
STEP 3: Select 1. REGIST by using Cursor Key, Digit
Key (1) or Softkey.
STEP 4: Select Name or Telephone Number by using
Alpha or Num Softkey to toggle between the
two.
STEP 5: Enter a name or telephone number to be
registered in the directory using the dial pad.
STEP 6: After entering the name or telephone, press
the Hold key.
STEP 7: The following list appears. Select a desired
group by entering a number.
STEP 8: Enter the telephone number as indicated in
the display and press the Hold key.
STEP 9: Enter a desired Memory ID.
STEP 10: After entering the Memory ID, the display
goes back to the main directory screen. Press
exit to go back to the main screen.
[Directory]
Personal
[Directory]
[Directory]
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Find Registered Data
STEP 1: Press Menu Key. The menu screen is
displayed in the LCD. (DT7XX menu shown)
STEP 2: Select 2. Search by using Cursor Key, Digit
Key (1) or Softkey.
STEP 3: Select MENU to search.
Note: The display will show No TELBK Data if there
are no entries to review.
STEP 4: Select a search method from the following
list.
STEP 5: The following is an example when NAME,
GRP, NUM, and MEM are selected as a
search.
Search Method Description
1. Name Search data from the name list
registered in the directory.
2. Group Display the lists registered to each
group (01~20 groups).
3. Tel Number
Search data from the telephone
number list registered in the
directory.
4. Memory ID Search data from the memory
number registered in the directory.
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57
Make a Call From Directory
STEP 1: Display the detailed data for a target party
(see Find Registered Data).
The following display is an example of dial by name.
STEP 2: Lift handset, press the Speaker key or press
the Dial Softkey while displaying the detailed
data for target party on LCD.
Note: If multiple telephone numbers are assigned
into a target party, a call is made to the first
telephone number.
Delete All Directory Data
STEP 1: Display the main directory screen.
STEP 2: To delete all the registered data, press the
Enter Key or 4: Softkey to delete all the data.
Below is a sample display of a deleted
number.
STEP 3: After 4-digit password is entered, display
asks if you want to delete all the Directory
data. To delete, press Yes.
STEP 4: After the appropriate Directory data is
deleted, the display changes as follows:
Name:Abe Shintaro
[Detail]
Name:Abe Shintaro
[Detail]
Name:Abe Shintaro
[Detail]
Name:Abe Shintaro
[Detail]
Name:Abe Shintaro
[Detail]
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Delete Specific Directory Data
STEP 1: Display the detailed data for a target party
(see Find Registered Data).
STEP 2: Press Menu Key. The display changes as
follows:
Select a search method to be deleted. Select one by
using the Cursor key or Softkey.
The example below displays a specific group deleted.
Select Group 01.
STEP 3: Select 1: NEC.
STEP 4: Press the DEL Softkey to delete the
appropriate Directory data.
STEP 5: After the appropriate Directory data is
deleted, the following display appears:
STEP 6: The following confirmation message appears.
[Directory]
[Directory]
[Directory]
[Directory]
[Directory]
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6. CALL HISTORY OPERATION
This chapter explains about the Call History function of
DT Series. By using the Call History function, the user
can make a call with a simple operation.
The Incoming Call History can register up to 50 records.
The Outgoing Call History can resister up to 10 records.
• View Call History
• Make a Call From Call History
• Store Call History Data to Speed Dial
• Delete Call History Data
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View Call History
STEP 1: Press Menu Key. The menu screen is
displayed in the LCD.
STEP 2: Select 1. History by using Cursor Key, Digit
Key (1) or Softkey. (DT7XX menu shown)
STEP 3: Select an item from the following histories, by
using the Softkey.
In this example, 1. CID is selected.
STEP 4: The detailed information of the last call is
displayed.
Note: Use the Cursor key to display the next/former
records.
Note: If no history data is saved, “LIST END” will
be displayed on LCD.
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Make a Call From Call History
STEP 1: Display the Call History data of the target
telephone number referring to Make a Call
from Call History. The following is an example
when the history of Caller ID is displayed.
STEP 2: Lift the handset, press the Speaker key while
displaying the call history information for the
target telephone number on the LCD.
Note: While the call history data is displayed, the
user cannot make a call by dialing a telephone
number.
Store Call History Data to Speed
Dial
STEP 1: Display the Call History data of the target
telephone number (see Make a Call From
Call History). The following is an example
when the history of a call is displayed.
STEP 2: Press the Store Softkey while displaying the
call history information for the target
telephone number. The display changes as
follows:
STEP 3: Select STA to store in a Speed Dial bin or
select SPD to store in a System Speed Dial
bin. Select TELBK to store in a Telephone
Book.
[Missed]
Ken Kobus
Tel:7205
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Delete Call History Data
STEP 1: Press the Menu key. The menu screen is
displayed in the LCD.
STEP 2: Select 1. Call History by using the Cursor
Key, Digit Key (1), or Softkey. (DT7XX menu
shown)
STEP 3: Select CID Softkey.
STEP 4: Select DEL
 

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