Using Multi-line Digital Telephones
The 7406, 7410/8410, 7434/7444, and 8434 telephones are multi-line digital voice terminals that are equipped with a message light, volume control, and a number of convenient feature access buttons. These models were installed for receptionists, nursing stations, and other areas receiving high numbers of calls. In addition to the standard twelve-button touch pad, these phones provide one-button access to the hold, transfer, conference, and drop functions. Most 7406, 7407, 7434 and 7444 units have displays; the 7410 does not. The 7406 model has seven dual function feature buttons that allow two features to be stored on the same button, one on the top in the gray area and one on the bottom in the white area. To use the features stored on the top, press SHIFT or SELECT.
Terminals have been customized to meet particular needs. In the instructions below, you may see a reference to a button (e.g., PERSONAL LIST) that you do not have. If you do not have a particular button, use the corresponding feature access code (e.g., *7). If you find you use a function frequently, Telecommunications can program a button on your phone to perform the function.
The coverage tone means that the call you have just placed is being routed to another extension. It is a long, low tone.
The intercept tone indicates that you have dialed incorrectly or that the feature you've requested is not available on your terminal. The intercept tone sounds like a European klaxon siren. If you hear the intercept tone, hang up and dial again. If you hear the tone again, you can assume that your terminal is not able to complete the particular call you have requested.
The Abbreviated Dialing feature provides access to pre-programmed telephone numbers that you call frequently. There are four ways that Abbreviated Dialing can save you time: You can program numbers or features into your Feature Directory; you can establish and use a Personal List; you can use a Group List that someone in your department has established for you; and, at the Medical Center, you can use System List.
To Program or Reprogram an Entry onto an Abbreviated Dialing (AD) Button
Please note that this button must first be assigned by the system manager.
- Press PROGRAM or dial *0.
- Press the AD button to be programmed.
- Dial outside number, extension, or feature code you want to store (up to 24 digits).
- Press the AD button for confirmation tone.
To Place a Call Using an Abbreviated Dial Button
- Get dial tone and press the correct Abbreviated Dial (AD) button.
To Program or Reprogram an Outside Number or Extension into a Personal List
Your Personal List can be programmed with your most commonly called extensions or outside numbers for quick access to those numbers.
- Get dial tone.
- Press PROGRAM (PROG) or dial *0.
- Press PERSONAL LIST (PL) or dial 1.
- Dial a two-digit list item number (01–20) as your index number for future use.
- Listen for dial tone.
- Dial the outside number or extension you want to store exactly as it would normally be dialed (i.e., 9.1.312.555.1212 or 9.555.1212).
- Press # to signal the end of the entry.
- Repeat steps 5 through 7 to program additional items.
To access a number from the list, get a dial tone, press *7, then press the two-digit code.
To Place a Call Using a Personal, Group, or System List
- Press the appropriate button or dial the correct Abbreviated Dialing List Code. Personal: *7 Group: *8 System: *9 (Medical Center only)
- Dial desired list entry (1–9); the stored number is automatically dialed.
Call Forward/Follow Me
The Call Forward/Follow Me feature allows you to have your calls follow you to a specific extension on any campus, provided that the extension is not on call-forward or send-calls. Calls are blocked from being forwarded outside the university except by special request. The call forwarding feature can also work in conjunction with existing coverage paths. This means that if you do not answer a call at the forwarding number, it will bounce to the next number in your coverage path, whether another staff member, a receptionist, or your voice mail. (This continuity through the coverage path works only when forwarding to another on-campus extension. If forwarding to an off-campus number, the call will not be redirected to your coverage path or voice mail.)
To Activate Call Forwarding
- Get dial tone.
- Press CALL FORWARD (CFFM) or dial *2
- Dial the extension or number where calls will be sent. If you are forwarding to an off-campus location, be sure to enter the number just as you would dial it if you were making a regular call (i.e., include 9 and 1 plus the area code if applicable).
- Hang up.
You will hear a short ring at your phone each time a call placed to your extension is forwarded.
To Cancel Call Forwarding
- Get dial tone, then press CALL FORWARD (CFFM) or dial # 2.
To Answer a Call to a Member of Pickup Group If Your Voice Terminal Is Not in Use
- Get dial tone.
- Press CALL PICKUP (CPU) or dial #4 and you will be connected to the ringing extension in your area.
To Answer a Call to a Member of Your Pickup Group While on Another Call
- Press HOLD. The present call is put on hold and the green light flashes.
- Select an available line to get dial tone.
- Press CALL PICKUP (CPU) or dial #4. The called voice terminal stops ringing and you are connected to ringing call
Conference calls can incorporate up to five parties in addition to the person initiating the call.
To make a conference call:
- Initiate a regular call with one of the conference parties.
- Press the CONFERENCE button. You will hear a dial tone.
- Dial the number for the next person you wish to include in the conference call. This number can be internal or external to Loyola. (Remember, though, that any calling restrictions in place for your telephone will limit your calling area.)
- Press the CONFERENCE button.
- Repeat steps 2–4 (up to three more times) until all parties are connected in the same call.
Note that any call participant, including the person who initiate the conference, can hang up at any time and the others will stay connected.
To disconnect from a normal call and obtain dial tone without hanging up or to drop the last party added to a conference:
- Press DROP.
To Keep a Call Waiting While You Perform Some Other Task
- Press HOLD; green light will flash.
To Return to Held Call.
- Press the button for the line on which the held call is waiting; green light will flash.
Use the INSPECT button on a display phone to determine who is calling you while you are already on the phone. Press NORMAL immediately afterwards.
Last Number Dialed
To Automatically Redial the Last Number You Dialed Inside or Outside
- Press LAST NUMBER DIALED (LND) or dial #9. The number will be automatically dialed.
There are eight different ring patterns available. You can select the way your phone will ring so it will sound different from everyone else's. Only the single long ring allows you to distinguish between inside and outside calls. If you select the single ring, one long ring signifies the call is an interoffice call. Two short signals tell you that you are receiving an outside call. Three short signals in rapid succession tell you that your call is a priority call.
Keeping the handset on hook . . .
- Press SHIFT then SELECT RING.
- Press SELECT RING button until desired ring is heard.
- Press SHIFT again.
7406 plus, 7407 plus, and 7444
- Press SELECT; green light will be steady.
- Press CONFERENCE/RING; green light next to Select will flash. Current ring pattern plays and repeats every 4 seconds. Your display shows Personal Ring X (where X is a number from 1 to 8).
- Continue to press CONFERENCE/RING to cycle through all 8 ringing patterns.
- When you hear the desired ringing pattern press SELECT again. Ring is set; light next to Select goes off.
7407 without calculator, 7410, and 7434
- Press SELECT RING; green light goes on.
- Press * button until desired ring pattern is heard.
- Press SELECT RING button; green light goes out.
7407 with calculator
- Press CALCULATOR/SELECT RING.
- Press PR until desired ring is heard.
- Press CALCULATOR/SELECT RING.
Send All Calls
The Send All Calls feature automatically routes incoming calls to the next point in your coverage path. Your coverage path is the pre-programmed route that your calls will take if your phone is busy or unattended.
To Activate Send All Calls
- Press SEND ALL CALLS (SACE) or geta dial tone and dial *3. You will hear a partial ring as each call is sent to coverage. If your SEND ALL CALLS button has a lamp, it will light to remind you that Send All Calls is on.
To Cancel Send All Calls
- Press SEND ALL CALLS (SACE) or get a dial tone and press #3.
When your calls go to coverage and your phone stops ringing, it is still possible to pick up the call and answer it if the person covering your call is still answering it. (This does not apply to calls being sent to voice mail.)
To Direct the Present Call to Another Extension
- Press TRANSFER; current call is put on hold.
- Dial number that call is to be transferred to. Remain on line if you wish to announce the transfer.
- Press TRANSFER again. Call is sent to dialed number.
- Hang up or press DROP.