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Multiple Line NEC D-Term Series I Phones (Faculty & Staff)

Dterm Series I

Multiple Line NEC D-Term Series I Phones (Faculty & Staff)

Beginning Fall semester of 2008, JMU Telecom will be providing the new NEC D-term Series I telephone sets on all new D-term installations. The look of the NEC D-term Series I will change, but the features and functions of the phone will remain the sames as the NEC D-term Series E telephone.

Calling Features
Some faculty and staff are provided with multiple line or D-Term phones with voice mail capability and other calling features as listed below.

CB (Call Back) - Activates a call back when a busy campus phone is encountered

CONF (Conference) - Establishes a three party conference call with on-campus or off-campus parties

  • To establish a conference, call the first party.
  • When the first party answers, press TRANSFER and dial the second party.
  • When the second party answers, press CONF and all three parties will be connected.
  • To establish a four or more party conference call, contact Telecom at X86471.

DIRECTORY BUTTON will not be used at this time.

FEATURE BUTTON
With handset idle, press the FEATURE button followed by the number button corresponding to the feature you wish to control.

  • Press FEATURE, then number 1 key to turn the microphone on or off. The microphone MUST be on to use "hands free" calling.
  • Press FEATURE, then number 2 key to control the handset receiver volume.
  • Press FEATURE, then number 3 key to select one of the nine ringer tones available. While the phone is ringing, successively press the FEATURE button to move through the four tone choices.
  • Press FEATURE, then number 4 key to increase or decrease the handset volume.
  • Press FEATURE, then number 5 key to activate "hands free" calling.
  • Press FEATURE, then number 6 key to deactivate "hands free" calling.

FWD (Forward All) - Forwards all your calls to another number

  • Press SPEAKER then FWD and dial the number which you want to forward calls to. Press speaker again.
  • Cancel by pressing SPEAKER then FWD.

FWDNA (Forward No-Answer) - Forwards your calls if unanswered after 4-5 rings

  • Press SPEAKER then FWDNA and dial the number which you want to forward calls to. Press speaker again.
  • Cancel by pressing SPEAKER then FWDNA.

FWDBY (Forward Busy) - Forwards your calls to another extension if your line is busy

  • Press SPEAKER then FWDBY and dial the number you want to forward calls to. Press speaker again.
  • Cancel by pressing SPEAKER then FWDBY.

HOLD

  • When pressed once, this key places a call on hold for three minutes.
  • When pressed twice, an exclusive hold (EIID) is applied which prevents the call from being picked up from another station.

LAST - Shows the last number dialed

  • Press LAST and listen for the dial tone.
  • Press the ASTERISK star to dial the last number dialed.

MESSAGE BUTTON will not be used at this time.

RECALL - Returns to dial tone so another call can be placed

REDIAL - Shows the last five numbers dialed

  • Press REDIAL (up to five times) to view the last five numbers dialed.
  • Listen for the dial tone and press the ASTERISK star to dial the desired number.

SPEAKER - Permits "hands free" calling

SPEED DIALING

  • Press the desired speed dial button. It will automatically give you a dial tone and dial the programmed number.
  • You may lift the handset or talk "hands free" if FEATURE #5 has been activated.

SPEED DIAL PROGRAMMING

  • Press the FEATURE button.
  • Press the desired speed dial button (from buttons on right side of phone).
  • Enter the phone number.
  • Press the FEATURE button.

SPEED DIAL PROGRAMMING WITH VOICE & TRANSFER (Ping)

  • Press the FEATURE button.
  • Press the desired speed dial button (from buttons on right side of phone).
  • Press RECALL.
  • Enter the extension number.
  • Press TRANSFER.
  • Press the FEATURE button.

TRANSFER - Transfers a call to another station

  • With call in progress, press TRANSFER.
  • Dial the extension you want to transfer to.
  • Announce the call and hang up.

UP & DOWN ARROW KEYS

  • When phone is idle, press the UP /\ key beside the number keypad to increase the display contrast.
  • Press the DOWN \/ key to decrease the contrast.
  • When SPEAKER is pressed, the UP or DOWN keys will increase/decrease the speaker volume. Volume will remain at the same level until it is manually reset.
  • When phone is ringing, press the UP or DOWN key to increase/decrease the ringer volume. Volume changes only take place when the phone is ringing.
  • While speaking into the handset, press the UP or DOWN key to increase/decrease the handset volume.

BAD CALL NOTIFICATION

  • If you should receive a harassing phone call, BEFORE the party hangs up, press TRANSFER (pause for 1 second)                then Dial  .
  • Hang up. Call Campus Police at 86911 immediately.