LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is your window into the operation of the new NEC series handsets.
It keeps you informed on:
The bright backlit LCD makes it easy to view and enter data in any light setting.
To exit from the current Menu or Help mode and go back to the previous menu.
The buttons beneath the display on your telephone are called 'soft keys' because their function changes depending on the mode that your telephone is in at any given time. The current feature will be indicated in the display above each key.
Some example may include:
Press the Help key, then press the desired soft key for an explanation about what that key does.
These keys may be pre-assigned for you to access your phone line, forward your phone, use any number of phone features or they may be set up as speed dials allowing you to store a group of numbers for you to click and call.
Setting your speed dials
If a key is pre-assigned by your administrator as a speed dial you can set a number to it:
Essential for dialling phone numbers or interacting with automatic phone systems (IVR) that require you to push buttons while on the phone, like your voicemail or phone banking.
Choose the dialling style that best suits you.
Alternate between modes by pressing Feature key + 8.
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The curly cord, one of the most important inventions of the civilised world. It allows you to move several meters from your phone and still talk with the quality you would expect.
Cut the cord
Don’t like the curly cord, have you considered using a headset?
Hang up the current call and get dial tone.
Instead of having to wait for the caller to hang up, or to return the handset to the cradle, you can simply press the Recall key. This will hang up on the current call and give you a dial tone so you can make the next call immediately.
The Feature key allows you to set various features and functions on your phone.
The Feature key can also be used to assign speed dials (if they are configured on your phone).
Allows you to answer a secondary call.
This option is given to you when you are on a call and you have a secondary call waiting for you. Your Answer key will flash to indicate a call is waiting. When this occurs, press the Answer key to toggle between the available calls
If lit, your microphone is active when using hands-free. If not lit, your microphone is muted when using hands-free.
When holding a hands-free conversation, ensure the Mic key is lit before you talk, or use it to ensure people do not hear your conversations and background noise.
This key allows you to go to the local menu of your phone providing access to various features.
View missed, incoming and outgoing calls from your phone.
Access alternative applications and resources hosted by a network accessible server.
Modify telephone specific settings such as your password, ring tones, screen saver, display and much more.
This feature is intended for administration purposes comprising of system configuration settings.
The Cursor key has multiple functions based on the current state of your phone.
When displaying a menu, the Cursor key can be used to navigate through menu items.
Pressing the Up/Down keys allows you to adjust the following settings:
Right key (Directory)
Press this key to open the Directory menu. (Note: For classic mode only)
Left key (Redial)
Press this key to activate the Redial feature. Press Redial and scroll back through numbers that have been dialed. When the desired number is displayed, press the * or # to activate dialing. (Note: For classic mode only)
The Enter key is primarily used to confirm your selections/changes within the current screen.
Whilst the default screen is being displayed, press the Enter key to access the Shortcut Menu. (Note: For classic mode only)
Within this feature, you can quickly access your missed calls or voicemail. If your voicemail number is not set in the Shortcut Menu, you can assign it by completing the following;
The Hold key allows you to place the current caller on hold. While on hold, the caller will hear music played.
The line key associated to your phone number will flash.
Retrieve a call
To retrieve the call:
After approximately two minutes on hold, the call will automatically ring back on your phone.
The caller does not hear this ringing.
The Transfer key allows you to transfer your current caller to another phone, be that another person within your company, your mobile phone or any number you can dial from your desk phone.
While on a call:
If you stay on the line you can talk to the third party, or you can optionally hang up the phone to transfer the call unannounced.
At this point, you can press the Transfer key to alternate between the new person and the person you originally had on hold.
You can press the CONF soft key at any point to enter a three-way conference.
NEC’s high fidelity speaker enables you to hold crystal clear hands free conversations all from the comfort of your desk.
The lamp at top of your DT Series handset flashes when the phone is ringing.
It also lights up, if you are using a voicemail service when a message has been left.
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