To talk to another party, make a call using one of the various methods of dialling numbers. Calls may be made using On hook dialling and Off hook dialling.
Answer an incoming call by pressing the speaker button/headset button/Line button or by picking up the handset receiver.
Hang up means disconnecting calls. There could be one or more ongoing calls your phone at some time. Any of the active calls may be disconnected using the HNGUP soft key or by other methods explained in this manual.
Placing Calls on Hold
An active call may be put on a simple hold, or to make second call or to pick up another incoming call.
By activating Mute you stop your voice from reaching the other party.
This feature allows the number of the calling party to be displayed on the screen of your phone.
Call waiting allows you to answer another incoming call when you are already in an active call. The telephone supports Call Waiting Caller ID.
Do Not Disturb
When Do not Disturb feature is activated then the phone does not receive any call and caller hears the busy tone or is redirected to the voicemail.
The number saved in Autodial UserId gets dialled just by going off hook.
This feature is used to transfer the ongoing call to some other number. Transfers are of three types- (angel) Blind transfer (beer) Consultative transfer (coffee) Conferencing transfer
Conference feature allows more than two phones to conversate with each other at the same time. Conference can be done in one of two ways: 3-way conferencing performed natively on the telephone, or conferencing using a conferencing server.
The voicemail feature allows you to retrieve your voicemails.
With this feature you can park a call on a call-park server, and retrieve it back at some other phone.
You may forward the incoming calls at your phone to some other phone using one of the three call forwarding options- CFU(unconditional call forward), CFB(forward on busy) and CFNA(call forward on no answer.
You may pick-up an incoming call at some other phone This may be done in one of two ways: one touch call pickup using memory keys, or by using a soft key after going off-hook.
Multiple calls per lines