Phone Button Tutorial
- The handset light strip lights up to indicate a ringing call (flashing red) or a new voice message (steady red).
- Each programmable feature button corresponds with a phone line, speed dial, and calling feature.
- The back button returns you to the previous screen or menu.
- The message button (top center) auto-dials your voicemail system. The gear button (bottom left) opens/closes the applications menu. Use it to access things like call history, preferences, and phone information. The contacts button (bottom right) opens/closes the contacts menu. Use it to access your personal directory, the corporate directory, or your call history.
- The volume button controls the handset, headset, and speakerphone volume (off-hook) and the ringer volume (on-hook).
- The keypad allows you to dial phone numbers, enter letters, and choose menu items (by entering the item number).
- The headset button (top left) selects the headset as the default audio path and initiates a new call, picks up an incoming call, or ends a call. The speakerphone button (top right) selects the speakerphone as the default audio path and initiates a new call, picks up an incoming call, or ends a call. The mute button (bottom center) turns the microphone on or off during a call.
The hold button (top center) allows you to put someone on hold during a call. The transfer button (bottom left) allows you to transfer a call to another person. The conference button (bottom right) creates a conference call.
- The release button ends a connected call or session.
- The softkey buttons allow you to access the softkey options displayed on your phone screen.
- Each session button corresponds with an active call or a call function.