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  1. Brighton Center Phone and Voicemail Training

  2. Cisco 7962 Physical Phone Details 1- Line Buttons 2- LCD Display 3- Footstand Button 4- Messages Button 5- Directories Button 6- Help Button 7- Settings Button 8- Services Button 9- Volume Key 10- Speaker Button 11- Mute Button 12- Headset Button 13- Navigation Key 14- Keypad 15- Softkey Buttons 16- VM Indicator

  3. Volume Key • This key adjusts the volume of Ringer, Headset, Speaker and Handset • Use Up and Down arrows of the volume key to reach desired volume level • Press Save Soft Key • NOTE: When adjusting the Ringer volume, there is no need to press save, the settings are automatically saved upon adjustment • By performing this function, volume default level will be replaced

  4. Navigation Button • Key with white, up and down arrows in center of phone • This key provides up and down scrolling while navigating through menu functions

  5. “? key” (7942/7962) • Key in center of four key (messages, directories, services, & settings) grouping • Allows help information access during phone use • Press “?” key and any other phone key • A brief description of the phone key function will appear in the LCD display

  6. Soft Keys The Soft Keys are the buttons across the bottom of the LCD screen. The soft key labels are above the buttons. As you navigate different windows and options the softkeys will constantly change in order to offer different options

  7. Changing the LCD Contrast • Press the Settings Button • Select User Preferences • Select Contrast • Use down and up soft keys or volume key to adjust setting • Press Save

  8. Changing the Ring Type • Press the Settings Button • Select User Preferences • Select Rings • Select “default ring” • Use Scroll key to move up & down thru Menu • Press Play to hear ring type • Press Select to choose ring type • Press Save

  9. Directories Key • Allows access to Missed Calls, Received Calls, and Placed Calls • LCD Soft Key Selections: • Dial, Edit Dial, >>, <<, Delete, and Cancel • Allows access to the Corporate Directory • Press 6 • Type in person’s name or extension • It is not necessary to spell the entire name • Press Search

  10. Call Forwarding • Call Forward to Voicemail (Listen for 2 beeps and look for blinking cursor in LCD display) • Press CFwdAll soft key then the messages hard key • Call Forward to other locations • Press the CFwdAll soft key. You will hear two beeps. • Enter extension number • or • Enter the external number you want your calls to forward to • To Cancel Call Forwarding • To cancel, Press the CFwdAll key again.

  11. Placing a Call on Hold • During a call, press the Hold soft key. • Call ID Information will flash and a “double bar ” (i.e. pause) icon will appear next to line on hold • To retrieve the call • If only one call on hold press Resume • If multiple calls on hold • Use scroll key to highlight call to retrieve • Press Resume

  12. Parking a Call • During a call, press the More soft key, then press the Park key • The screen will say “Call Park at” followed by a 4 digit number • (5000-5019). • To retrieve a parked call from anywhere within your network. • Pick up any handset • Dial the Call Park Number

  13. Transferring a Call • For a Blind Transfer: • During a call, press the Trnsfer soft key • this places the call temporarily on hold • Dial the number to which you want to transfer the call • Press Trnsfer again • For an Announced Transfer: • During a call, press the Trnsfer soft key • this places the call temporarily on hold • Dial the number to which you want to transfer the call • Speak with the call recipient. • Press Trnsfer again • If party refuses the call • Press Endcall • Press Resume

  14. Transfer/Call to Voicemail • To bypass ring and Call/Transfer straight to voicemail • Press New Call/Trnsfer • * then 4 digit extension number • If Transferring, Press Trnsfer again

  15. DND – Do Not Disturb DND allows you to be notified of the call without hearing the ring. To Activate: Press the More Soft Key Press the DND Soft Key To Cancel: Repeat above steps

  16. IDivert Upon receiving an incoming call (while ringing), pressing the IDivert softkey will send the caller directly to voicemail.

  17. Conference Call • During a call, press the More soft key and then the Confrn soft key. • Dial the number of whom you wish to conference • When the party answers, press Confrn again • The Trnsfer function can also be used to transfer the conference call to a new caller. Conference feature allows up to Six users.

  18. Conference List • Conference List allows you to review those active on an Ad Hoc Conference Call • Press More soft key • Press ConfLi • You will see members number information • To Remove a member of the conference call • Press Remove • You will then see updated List • If you Remove yourself the other conference call participants can still continue to talk.

  19. Meet Me Conferencing • Meet Me Conferencing allows you to hold a conference call where all attendees can call directly into the conference system. • The attendees will each dial this number at a specified time in order to participate in the conference call. • Internal Meet Me numbers are • 5050-5060 • These numbers will need to be reserved /managed just as you would conference rooms.

  20. Meet Me Conferencing • Establishing a Meet Me Conference • Open line • Press More soft key, then press MeetMe soft key • Dial Meet Me Conference number (as indicated in previous slide) • NOTE: This does need to be FULLY MANAGED. • Joining a Meet Me Conference • Dial assigned Meet Me conference 4 digit number

  21. Call Back Feature • Call Back notifies the caller when the called party is busy on a call • To Activate: • During the call cycle press the Call Back soft key • When the caller is no longer busy, phone will ring with the called parties ext. number for notification

  22. Call Pickup • Open Line (NEW CALL, Use Handset, LINE button, Speaker button) • Press the MORE soft key • Press the PICKUP soft key • Press ANSWER soft key

  23. Voicemail

  24. Voicemail Mailbox Setup • Press the Messages. When the auto attendant answers, she will prompt you to enter a password. • Press 113355# • You will then be prompted to set up your mailbox. • It is important to follow prompts from start to finish • During this process, you will be prompted for the following information • Record your name • Record standard greeting • Select new password

  25. Logging into Voicemail • To access voicemail from your phone: • Press messages button • When Prompted • Enter password # • To access voicemail from someone else’s phone in the company: • Press messages button • When Auto Attendant begins • Press * 4-digit ext. number # • Enter password # • To access voicemail from external number • Dial xxx.xxx.xxx • When Auto Attendant begins • Press * 4-digit ext. number # • Enter password #

  26. Basic Menu Options • Check New Messages • Press 1 to hear New messages • Send a Message • Press 2 and follow prompts • This function enables you to leave another Unity Subscriber or group a message without having to dial their extension. • Review Old Messages • Press 3 to hear Old messages • Setup Options • Press 4 and follow prompts • -This function allows you to switch between Standard andAlternate Greetings. • -Change message settings • -Change personal settings • -Recorded name • -Password

  27. Message Commands • While listening to a messageAfter listening to a message • Restart the message 1. Replay the message • Save 2. Save • Delete 3. Delete • Slow Playback 4. Reply • Fast Playback 5. Forward • Rewind (increments) 6. Mark as New • Pause/Resume 7. Rewind • Fast Forward (increments) 9. Play message properties • #. Fast Forward to end #. Save as is • ## Save as is

  28. Standard Voicemail Keys • The following keys are standard in Unity • 0 = Conversation Help • * = Exit or Cancel • # = Skip or Move Ahead • ## = Toggle between entering an extension number or spelling a subscriber’s name

  29. Using Alternate Greeting • To switch to the Alternate Greeting, follow the instructions below. • Call into Voicemail Box • Press 4 for Setup Options • Press 1 for Greetings and Transfer • Press 1 for Greetings • It will automatically play the current recorded standard greeting • You can bypass message by pressing # • You will then be prompted to re-record the Standard greeting by pressing 1 or switch to Alternate by pressing 2 • Press 2 • It will automatically play the current recorded alternate greeting • If you wish to change this greeting, Press 1 • Once finished recording the alternate greeting, Press # • If you are happy with recording, Press * • You are now set up under the Alternate Greeting • To switch back to the Standard Greeting follow the instructions below. • Call into Voicemail Box • Press 4 for Setup Options • Press 1 for Greetings and Transfer • Press 1 for Greetings • It will automatically play the current recorded alternate greeting • You can bypass message by pressing # • You will then be prompted to re-record the Alternate greeting by pressing 1 or to turn off the Alternate, Press 2 • Press 2 • You are now set back to the Standard Greeting

  30. Unified Messaging • Emails will appear in voicemail box • Voicemails will appear in email box • When emails are received in the voicemail box, the system will verbally • read the email • If you do not wish to hear your emails when in the voicemail system, hang up after • the voicemails have played • Deleting voicemail while in email or moving it to another folder will cause it to no • longer be available in voicemail. • If an email is deleted while in voicemail it will be in your • deleted items folder in email. • When you leave voicemail in your inbox in email (even after it’s read), it will be • moved to your “old messages” folder in voicemail. • Voicemails in the email inbox will appear as follows: • - If the sender is an external person the sender will be “Unified Messaging System” • - If the sender is an internal person it will appear with their name • Emails do not trigger the MWI light

  31. Web Access

  32. IP Phone Web Services Log In • Open a Web Browser • The URL address is: https://192.168.101.10/ccmuser • User Identification is your 4 – digit extension number • The default password will be 113355 (as it was for voicemail) • Click Logon

  33. WEB ACCESS Username: Extension Number Password: 113355

  34. Change Password/Pin Select User Settings

  35. Password = Login for Web Access Page PIN = Login in the for the Personal Directory on the Phone

  36. Speed Dials From the drop down menu choose DEVICE

  37. Speed Dials Select Speed Dials

  38. Speed Dials Enter your speed dials as shown

  39. Accessing Speed Dials by Phone • For Speed Dial on Phone • Press the desired line button • For Speed Dial not associated with Phone • Press the Index Number of desired Speed Dial • Press Abbreviated Dial soft key • Number will automatically begin dialing using you speaker button • To make a private call, pick up handset

  40. Fast Dials Select Personal Address Book

  41. Fast Dials Click on ADD New

  42. Fast Dials Click on ADD New

  43. Fast Dials Address Book Setup The “Nickname” field will display on the phone along with the first letter of the phone type such as “M” for Mobile. Remember to enter the full dialing string for the call. Local calls should be preceded with a “9”, while long distance should be preceded with “91”. Example entry below will display on phone as: M John’s Cell 5551111

  44. Fast Dials Select Fast Dials

  45. Fast Dials Click “Find”

  46. Fast Dials Select Add New

  47. Fast Dials Enter the phone number (starting with a 9 for outside calls) and click Save

  48. Fast Dials Edit the Fast Dial # (if desired) Click on the number of the person to add to this entry