Nortel Meridian M3903 Telephone Training. San Diego County Office of Education. Janice Burkhardt. Telecommunications Analyst II. Telephone Buttons & Features. GREEN EXT. Primary extension, for incoming and outgoing calls. SECOND LINE.
San Diego County Office
Telecommunications Analyst II
Primary extension, for incoming and outgoing calls
Incoming calls will roll to this key when your primary line is busy. You can place your first call on HOLD, then answer the second line. Outgoing calls may be placed from either line key. The 3903 can be configured for 2 lines.
Incoming calls will roll to this key when both your primary and second line are busy. You can place both calls on HOLD, then answer the third line. Outgoing calls may be placed from either line key. The 3904 can be configured for up to 6 line keys as desired.
Scrolls to the secondary feature assigned to upper 6 keys (or 2 for 3903) on either side of the display. If there are no specific requirements for these buttons in your environment, they will be programmed as single number autodial keys. Use the Shift key to access them.
With a caller on the line, press the HOLD button to place them on hold. The line key will flash. To return to the call, lift the handset and press the line key again.
Press this button to disconnect your call. This is useful with handsfree or speaker calls.
Activates headset operation if a compatible headset is connected.
Use the OPTIONS key to access customizable features of your telephone. The following features are available. Refer to Nortel Ref Guide for details.Call Log On/OffChange feature key labelsChange ring toneAdjust VolumePress QUIT key when finished, or your phone will not place or receive calls.
SPEED CALL LIST
LAST # REDIAL numbers.
Press your extension key twice to redial the last number dialed
CALL PARK numbers.
Recipient telephone will ring with a distinctive tone. Lift the handset to answer the intercom call. The 2 digit code and name of the calling intercom group member will appear on the display. This feature is optional and requires setting up the phones that can intercom to each other.
These features are available on all phones, and/or are the most commonly requested features. There are others, so if you are interested in something you don’t see here, please ask.