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Nortel M3902Nortel Meridian M3902 Basic Digital phone - Charcoal - Single-line operation

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Designed for light telephone use in areas such as manufacturing, warehouses, and other business environments, the M3902 Basic Telephone brings a display-based interface and handsfree capability to this single-line phone. Self-labeling keys, "Smart" Mute, and user-selectable options make this a powerful single-line solution. The M3902 also increases its capabilities by supporting a cartridge accessory to add new features and capabilities.

 

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The M3901 has one Line (DN) Key and can be programmed with up to five features. M3901
Feature Activation Indicator Feature Goodbye Line Hold Message/Call Status/ Incoming Call Indicator

Feature Card

Volume Control Bar

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Note: The Meridian SL-100 configures the Line (DN) Key as a Directory Number only.
The M3902 has one Line (DN) Key, and three Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled). M3902
LCD display Message Waiting Light/ Incoming Call Indicator
One Line (DN) Key Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled) Options LED Handsfree Key Message Transfer Hold Goodbye

Navigation Keys

Volume Control Bar LED

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The M3903 has two Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keys (self-labeled) with two features or lines configured on each key. It also has four Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled). M3903
LCD Display Goodbye Hold Message Waiting Light/ Incoming Call Indicator
Programmable Line (DN)/ Feature Keys (self-labeled) Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled) Copy Fixed Feature Keys

LED Handsfree Key

Volume Control Bar LED Headset Mute Options Quit Call Log Message
Shift Applications Navigation Keys

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The M3904, has six Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keys (self-labeled), with two features or lines configured on each key. It also has four Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled). M3904

LCD Display Goodbye Hold

Message Waiting Light/ Incoming Call Indicator
Programmable Line (DN)/ Feature Keys (self-labeled)
Programmable Soft Keys (self-labeled) Fixed Feature Keys Shift Copy LED Applications Navigation Keys Directory/Log

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Volume Control Bar Headset
Mute Options Quit Message

Your Telephones Controls

Use the Volume Control Bar to control the volume of the handset, headset, speaker, ringer, and handsfree. Increase the volume by pressing the right side of the bar. Lower it by pressing the left side.

Goodbye

You can terminate an active call by pressing the Goodbye Key. The Goodbye Key is useful for disconnecting a handsfree call. Press the Headset Key to answer a call while on the headset or to switch a call from handset or handsfree to the headset. A steady LCD indicator appearing beside a Line (DN) Key means that the feature or line is active. A flashing LCD indicator means the line is on hold or the feature is being programmed.

Headset

By pressing the Hold Key, you can put an active call on hold. Return to the caller by pressing the DN Key beside the flashing indicator. The Handsfree Key allows you to activate the handsfree (M3902, M3903, and M3904) and Group listening features (M3903 and M3904). The speaker LED lights to indicate handsfree is active, the LED flashes to indicate Group listening is active.

Delete

Directory/Log

Example:

CallWait

Terms you should know

Attendant The attendant is a telephone operator in your organization. Call Log The Call Log can be configured to store either unanswered or all incoming calls. These entries can be accessed through your directory menu. Call party informationWhen your telephone rings, the display shows Calling Line Identification (CLID) information. The system must have CLID enabled. The display module shows the phone number and name of the incoming call. Card View The Card View displays a directory entry name and telephone number. Copy Key The Copy Key allows the M3904 to copy information from one application to the Personal Directory. Date/time display feature The Date/time display feature shows the month and date while the telephone is in an idle state. Directory Number (DN) The Directory Number (DN) is a telephone number that consists of one to seven digits. The DN is commonly known as an extension number. Feature Access Codes (FACs) Feature Access Codes (FACs) allow you to access features for which you do not have a fixed or soft feature key. Feature Access Codes are applicable to the Meridian SL-100 system only. For your convenience, the FACs for your system can be printed on a page located at the back of this guide. Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs) Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs) allow you to access features for which you do not have a fixed or soft feature key. Flexible Feature Codes are applicable to the Meridian 1 system only. For your convenience, the FFCs for your system can be printed on a page located at the back of this guide. Fixed KeysThe Fixed Keys are the hard labeled keys on your telephone. Indicator An indicator is an LCD or LED that displays the current status of a feature by its state; flashing, winking, steady on, or off. Information screenThe Information screen displays call activity, lists, prompts, and status of calls. Interrupted dial toneInterrupted dial tone is a broken or pulsed dial tone, heard when you access some of the features on your telephone. Meridian 1 The Meridian 1 is your office communications system.
Terms you should know More. The More Key allows access to the multiple layers of Programmable Soft Keys. These keys are the keys located below the display on your telephone. Off-hook Off-hook is a term used to indicate that the telephone is active and ready to make a call. Your telephones status changes to off-hook when you pick up the handset or press a Line (DN) Key. Paging tonePaging tone is a special tone heard when using the Radio Paging feature. You hear two beeps followed by dial tone. Personal Directory The Personal Directory stores entries by name and phone number. Primary Directory Number The Primary Directory Number is the main extension number on your telephone. It is accessed through the Primary Directory Number (PDN) Key. Private Line Private Line can be assigned to your telephone. With this line, you can reach an outside number without dialing a code to access an outside line. Internal extensions cannot be dialed from a private line. Redial List The Redial List is accessed through the Call Log Key on the M3903 and through the Directory/Log Key on the M3904. It lists outgoing numbers for calls that have been made from your telephone. Ringback/ring tone Ringback/ring tone is the sound you hear when a call you have made is ringing at its destination. Shared Directory Number A shared Directory Number is a DN (extension) that is shared by two or more telephones. This is also known as a Multiple Appearance DN (MADN). Special dial tone The special dial tone refers to three consecutive short tones followed by steady dial tone that you hear when accessing some of your telephone features. Switchhook The switchhook is the button which the handset presses down, disconnecting your call, when you replace the handset. When lifted, the handset releases the switchhook and you either answer an incoming call or you receive dial tone indicating that your telephone is ready to make a call.

Your telephone call features
Your network administrator assigns features to your programmable feature keys. Whenever this guide describes a procedure that requires special codes ask your network administrator to provide these to you. To access a feature, you press a Feature Key, or enter a Flexible Feature Code (FFC) for the Meridian 1 or a Feature Access Code (FAC) for the Meridian SL-100. Your network administrator supplies you with the Flexible Feature Codes or Feature Access Codes for your system. Note: In order to use a feature described in this section, your system software must support the feature and the feature must be assigned to your telephone. Check with your network administrator for more details.
Use handsfree calling (M3902, M3903, and M3904)
If your telephone is an M3902, M3903, or M3904 you can use the built-in microphone and speaker instead of the handset to make of receive a handsfree call. While on an active call, you can switch between Handset and Handsfree mode.
To answer a call with handsfree:
Press the Handsfree Key. You are now on a handsfree call.
To discontinue a handsfree call:
Press the Goodbye Key to end the call.
To mute a handsfree call:
1. Press the Mute Key. The LED indicator flashes. 2. Press the Mute Key again to return to a two way handsfree conversation.
To switch from handsfree to handset:
1. Lift the handset to switch from handsfree to handset. 2. Replace the handset to end the call.
To switch from handset to handsfree:
1. Press the Handsfree Key.

2. Replace the handset.

3. Press the Goodbye Key to end the call.

To use headset:

Connect headset to the headset jack or the handset jack depending on the headset type and the telephone you are using.
Press the Headset Key (M3903 and M3904). For the M3902 read the instructions that came with your recommended headset. Note 1: There are amplified and unamplified headsets that are compatible with your M3900 Series Telephone. Refer to Hardware Options for recommended headset types for you telephone. Note 2: Access Volume Adjustment in the Options List to adjust the headset volume and gain that work best with the headset type you are using.
To switch from handsfree to headset:

To answer a call at a specific extension within your Pickup Group:
1. Lift the handset. DNPickup 2. Press the DN Pickup Key. Note 1: The Meridian SL-100 uses the Directed Call Pickup Feature Access Code (FAC). Note 2: If the pickup DN is invalid, you receive an overflow burst tone, and the screen displays Release and try again. Press the Goodbye Key. 33

Use Call Waiting

Call Waiting puts your current call on hold, while you answer an incoming call. Example: The attendant routes an outside call to you while you are on an existing call. Call Waiting allows you to recognize the call and respond to it. This feature must be enabled by your network administrator.
To answer an incoming call while on another call:
1. Press the Hold Key when you hear the tone. The Call Waiting status icon appears in the display. 2. Press the Call Wait Key (CWait for M3902) to answer the call.
To return to your first telephone call:
1. Press the Hold Key, if you want to put the second call on hold. or Press the Goodbye Key to end the second call. 2. Press the Line (DN) Key associated with the first call.
If you do not have a Call Waiting Key:
1. If you do not have a Call Waiting Key and you hear the Call Waiting tone, press the Goodbye Key to end your current call. 2. Press the Line (DN) Key beside the flashing status icon to answer the incoming call.
This section describes features that you may wish to use when you are away from your desk.

Forward calls

Call Forward allows you to direct your calls to ring at another DN. If the telephone is in the process of ringing, you cannot forward that call.
To forward your calls or change the forward number:

Forward

1. Press the Forward Key.
2. Dial the DN where you want to forward your calls. Forward 3. Press the Forward Key.

To cancel Call Forward:

Press the Forward Key.
To reinstate Call Forward to the same number:
Press the Forward Key Twice.
Forward internal calls only
Internal Call Forward allows only calls originating at internal DNs to ring at another DN. Calls originating outside your Meridian 1 system will still ring at your telephone. You cannot forward calls while your telephone is ringing.

To forward your internal calls:

IntForward

1. Press Internal Call Forward Key.
While you are away from your desk 2. Dial the DN where you want to forward your calls. IntForward
Receiving a call: To cancel Internal Call Forward:
3. Press the Internal Call Forward Key.
To reinstate Internal Call Forward to the same number:
Press the Internal Call Forward Key.

IntForward IntForward

Press the Internal Call Forward Key twice. Note: The Meridian SL-100 uses Call Forward Busy/Dont Answer Internal/External Feature. This feature allows Meridian SL-100 users to: Forward an incoming call which originated internally from a DN in the same customer group as you Forward an incoming call which originated externally from a DN out of your customer group to a DN outside your customer group.
You can activate this feature by using a Feature Access Code (FAC).

Use Remote Call Forward

The Remote Call Forward feature allows you (from any telephone other than your own) to forward your calls to any telephone. Note: On the Meridian SL-100, dial the Remote Access Directory Number. You are prompted to enter the directory number of your telephone and dial the Call Forwarding Remote Feature Activation Code. This allows you to activate, deactivate, or change call forwarding to a new destination.
To activate Remote Call Forward:
2. If you call from a telephone outside the system, first dial your direct system access number and wait for dial tone. 3. Dial the Remote Call Forward FFC to activate the feature. 4. Dial your Electronic Lock password. Note: Refer to Secure your telephone on page 38. 5. Dial your DN. You get a dial tone before you dial your number. 6. Dial the number where you want to forward your calls. If you forward calls to an invalid number, you receive a fast busy.
7. Press the Key. To forward calls to a previous call forward telephone number, skip step six above.
To cancel Remote Call Forward:
1. Lift the handset. 2. If you call from a telephone outside the system, dial the Direct Inward System Access number and wait for the dial tone. 3. Dial the FFC deactivate key code for Remote Call Forward.
While you are away from your desk 4. Dial your Electronic Lock password.
5. Dial your DN. You get a dial tone before you dial your number.

Secure your telephone

6. Press the Key.
You can Secure (lock) your telephone with a password so that no one can make calls from your office. The lock consists of a password which you may change.

To lock your telephone:

1. Lift the handset. 2. Dial the Lock Flexible Feature Code (FFC) and your Electronic Lock Password. Note: If you perform this operation from someone elses telephone, dial your DN.
To unlock your telephone:
1. Lift the handset. 2. Dial the Unlock Flexible Feature Code (FFC) and your Electronic Lock Password. Note: If you perform this operation from someone elses telephone, dial your DN.

Talk with more than one person 3. Press the Goodbye Key. If configured the Conference Count Display returns and is updated to reflect the revised total count of conferees. The LCD indicator tuns off.

Use Group Call

Group Call automatically calls members of a predefined group, one at a time, until they all answer. Ask your network administrator for details on how to create a conference call group. Note: On the Meridian SL-100, use the Preset Conference feature for group calls. Dial the specific DN for Preset Conference, simultaneous ringing of the pre-selected parties is activated.

To call group members:

1. Lift the handset. 2. Press the Group Call Key. The feature automatically calls all group members. The icon flashes until all members answer. Their phone numbers appear on the display as they answer. When the last person answers, the Group Call indicator lights steadily. Note: After all the people in the group have answered, only the person who made the group call can put the call on hold.

To answer a Group Call:

GroupCall
Press the Group Call Key or Multiple Appearance DN (MADN) Key.
Talk with more than one person Note 1: If you are on a call and you receive three short tones, this is the notification of a group call on your DN. Note 2: If you are on a call on another telephone in your group, you receive a long tone through the handset or speaker. Note 3: You do not get a notification of a group call if you are already on a conference or group call.

To end a Group Call:

Press the Goodbye Key. Note: When the person who made the group call disconnects, the call terminates for all members of the group. However, the members of the Group Call can disconnect from the call and not affect other members on the call.
This chapter describes features that provide you with uninterrupted work time.

Activate Make Set Busy

Make Set Busy allows you to make your telephone appear busy to all callers.
To activate Make Set Busy:

MakeSetBsy

To deactivate Make Set Busy:
Press the Make Set Busy Key.
Press the Make Set Busy Key a second time to deactivate the feature.
Auto Dial Transfer Feature
Auto Dial Transfer allows you to use your Auto Dial Key to transmit digits to the central office after a Trunk Switchhook Flash. You must be on a central office/exchange (CO) trunk call from or to a CO which offers Centrex or exchange line-type features.
To use Auto Dial Transfer when you pick up an incoming trunk call:

CentrexSHF AutoDial

1. Press the Centrex Switchhook Flash Key and wait for interrupted dial tone. 2. Press the Auto Dial Key to call the number desired.
3. Press the Goodbye Key to end the call. Note: On the Meridian SL-100, Auto Dial can be used to transfer calls however, you do not have to be on a central office trunk call, and the Centrex Switchhook Flash key is not applicable to the Meridian SL-100.

To cancel a wake-up call:
1. Lift the handset. 2. Dial the Wake-Up Cancel FFC on the Meridian 1 or the Wake-Up Cancel FAC on the Meridian SL-100.
Hospitality features 3. Press the Goodbye Key. Note: On the Meridian SL-100, after you enter the FAC, you receive a confirmation tone.
To verify the time for the wake-up call:
1. Lift the handset. 2. Dial the Wake-Up Verify FFC.
3. Dial the wake-up time in a 24 hour time format (hhmm). If it is correct, you receive a confirmation tone. Note: This feature is not available on the Meridian SL-100. To change the specified time for a wake-up call on the Meridian SL-100, you must first deactivate the feature and then activate the feature with a new request.
4. Press the Goodbye Key. Note: In 24-hour time format, 7:30 AM is entered as 0730; 9:45 PM is 2145.

Message Registration

Message Registration allows you to read, change, or reset meters that log your hotel telephone calls.

To read meters:

MsgReg
1. Press the Message Registration Key. 2. Dial the room Directory Number (DN).

To change a meter:

3. Press the Message Registration Key.
3. Dial the correct meter count.
To reset a meter to zero:
4. Press the Key. 5. Press the Message Registration Key
3. Press the Star Key. 4. Press the Message Registration Key.

Maid Identification

Maid Identification makes it easier to keep track of which maids clean which rooms. The maid enters the information from the telephone in each room.
To enter cleaning status:

RoomStatus

1. Press the Room Status Key. 2. Dial the Directory Number (DN) for the room for which the cleaning status is being changed. 3. Dial one of the following cleaning status codes:
= cleaning requested = cleaning in progress = room cleaned = room passed inspection = room failed inspection = cleaning skipped = not for sale
You receive interrupted dial tone.
4. Press the Key. 5. Dial the Maid ID. If you dial the wrong Maid ID, press the Star Key and redial the ID.
1. Press the Room Status Key.

Room Status

Room Status lets you read the status of a room using the display.
To read the status of a room:
1. Press the Room Status Key. 2. Dial the Directory Number (DN) for the room. The DN is displayed followed by a two digit code. The first digit indicates the occupancy status:

Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit. Note: Additional equipment is required to implement this option. For more information please contact your Nortel Networks distributor.
Activate Headset port external alerter
When the Headset port external alerter option (available on the M3904) is activated, it supports a visual or audible alerter and/or recorder device. This device plugs into the Headset port, which is located on the bottom of the telephone. After you select Headset port ext alerter from the Options List menu; On or Off From the Ext alerter screen, press the On Key to turn on Headset port external alerter. or Press the Off Key to turn off Headset port external alerter.

Use Call indicator light

The incoming call indicator light can be controlled on the M3904. After you select Call indicator light from the Options List menu; On or Off From the Indicator screen, press the On Key to turn on Call indicator light. or Press the Off Key to turn off Call indicator light.

Set On-hook default path

The On-hook default path option (available on the M3903 and M3904) automatically opens the voice path on either the Headset or on Handsfree when you press a Line (DN) Key. After you select On hook default path from the Options List menu; From the On hook path menu, use the Navigation Keys to highlight and select either: Handsfree selected or Headset selected Handsfree selected or Headset selected
Press the Done Key to save selection. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.

Display diagnostics

The Display diagnostics option tests the functionality of your telephones display screen and indicator lights. This option also provides information on the firmware currently in use on your M3900 series telephone. After you select Display diagnostics from the Options List menu; Use the up or down Navigation Keys to scroll through the list and view the changing display screens. Press the Done Key to return to the Options List menu. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.

Control Group Listening

The Group Listening feature enables you to talk on the handset to one party while other people listen to the conversation on your telephones speaker. The network administrator must enable this feature. After you select Group listening from the Options List menu; On or Off From the Group listening screen, press the On Key to turn on Group listening. or Press the Off Key to turn off Group listening.
Note 1: The Group listening selection will not appear in the Options List menu of your telephone unless this feature has been activated by your network administrator. Note 2: This feature does not have a tone to inform the party on the other end of the call that the conversation is being monitored. You must tell the other party that others are listening to the conversation.

M3903 Directory display and navigation
The M3903 information display shows one item at a time. Use the Navigation Keys to scroll through the list. When the item you want appears, press the Select Key. The figure below shows the status once you log into the directory. The M3903 has a Call Log and Redial list. It does not have a Personal Directory.
01 Call Log (use Callers List Select

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Access your Callers List or Redial List (M3903)
To access the M3903 Call Log:
1. Press the Call Log Key. 2. Use the Navigation Keys to highlight the log that you want to view.
Callers List Redial List Select 3. Press the Select Key.
To exit the M3903 Call Log:
Press the Quit Key or the Call Log Key to exit.
M3904 Directory display and navigation
With the M3904s display, you can view three lines of information. The figure below shows the status once you log into the directory.
01 Directories Personal Directory Call Log (Callers List) Call Log (Redial List) Select

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Access your Call Log, Redial List, or Personal Directory (M3904)
To access the M3904 Directory/Log:
1. Press the Directory/Log Key. 2. Use the Navigation Keys to highlight the Personal Directory or the Call Log that you want to view.
Personal Directory Call Log (Callers List) Call Log (Redial List) Password Administration Select 3. Press the Select Key.
To exit the M3904 Directory/Log:
Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
Directory password protection (M3904)
You can password protect your Personal Directory, Callers List, and Redial list on the M3904. If password protection is activated, you will be asked to enter your password each time you press the Directory/Log Key.
To enable password protection:
2. From the Directories menu, use the Navigation Keys to highlight Password Administration. Password Administration Select 3. Press the Select Key. The Passwd Admin menu appears with Password enabled: OFF highlighted. 4. Press the Select Key again to select. Password enabled: OFF 5. Press the On Key to enable password protection. 6. Dial the password.

7. Press the Enter Key.

8. Dial the password again to confirm your password.

9. Press the Enter Key.

10. Press the Done Key to save changes.
11. Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
To disable Personal Directory password:

2. Dial the password.

3. Press the Enter Key.

Dirctry

3. Press Next to copy the incoming call without editing the name. Edit the number, if required (see note for step 4) and go to step 5. or Press Clear to make changes to the name before saving. Add the name using the dial pad, Delete, and Case Keys as needed. 4. Press the Next Key. Make changes to the telephone number if required Note: If you are copying an external or long distance number, be sure to add the access codes required by your system to make an external or long distance call.
5. Press the Done Key to save the entry in your directory. 6. Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
Note: You can edit the name or number before or after you save to the directory.

Add an outgoing call

1. Use the dial pad to enter the complete number of the other party. Note: If you are dialing an external or long distance number, be sure to include the access codes required by your system to make an external or long distance call. 2. Lift the handset.
3. After the person you called answers, press the Copy Key. The displays shows Copy to. 4. Press the Directory Key. 5. Add the name, using the dial pad, Delete, and Case Keys as needed.

6. Press the Next Key.

7. Press the Done Key to save the changes. 8. Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
Note: You can edit the name or number before or after you save to the Directory.
Delete or edit a Personal Directory entry
To delete a Personal Directory entry:
1. Use the Navigation Keys to highlight the entry you want to edit or delete. Delete 2. Press the Delete Key to delete the currently highlighted entry in your Personal Directory. 3. Press the Yes Key to confirm the deletion.
To edit a Personal Directory entry:
1. Press the Edit Key to change the telephone number or name. 2. Use the Navigation Keys to highlight the character you want to change. 3. Use the dial pad to enter the desired changes. Refer toAdd a Personal Directory entry on page 82 for an example of how to use the dial pad to enter names.

4. Press the Next Key. Edit the number if necessary. 5. Press the Done Key to save the changes. 6. Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
Delete your Personal Directory
To delete your Personal Directory:

DelList

1. Press the Delete List Key. The message Delete all entries? appears. 2. Press the Yes Key if you want to delete all the entries in your Personal Directory. or Press the No Key if you want to return to the top of the Personal Directory with no changes made. 3. Press the Quit Key or the Directory/Log Key to exit.
Use the Personal Directory to make a call
To use the Personal Directory to make a call:
1. Use the up or down Navigation Keys to highlight the desired name or number. Purchasing Note: If you are dialing an external or long distance number, be sure that your directory entry includes the access codes required by your system to make an external or long distance call. 2. Press the Dial Key.

Use Card View

The Card View feature provides additional information about the Personal Directory entry.
To look at the Card View:
1. Highlight the name. 2. Press the right Navigation Key.
To dial from the Card View:
1. Use the Navigation Keys to show the name and number of the currently selected entry in the Card View. Note: If you are dialing an external or long distance number, be sure that your directory entry includes the access codes required by your system to make an external or long distance call. Dial 2. Press the Dial Key to place the call.

To exit the Card View:

1. Press the left Navigator Key to leave the Card View and return to the selected name.

Search for an entry

You can search for a particular entry in your Personal Directory.

To search for an entry:

1. Use the Navigation Keys to scroll through the Directories menu and highlight Personal Directory. Personal Directory Select 2. Press the Select Key.
3. Use the dial pad to enter the first letter of the name your are seeking. For example, press the key twice to go to the first entry that begins with the letter B.
Copy a number from the Redial List
You can copy a number from the Redial List to the Personal Directory.
To copy a number from the Redial List:
1. Use the Navigation Keys to highlight the name or number in your Redial List that you want to copy to your Personal Directory.
2. Press the Copy Key. 3. Press the Directory Key when the prompt asks Copy to?. 4. Press Next to copy the incoming call without editing the name. Edit the number, if required (see note for step 5), and go to step 6. or Press Clear to make changes to the name before saving. Add the name using the dial pad, Delete, and Case Keys as needed. 5. Press the Next Key. Make changes to the telephone number, if required. Note: If you are copying an external or long distance number, be sure that your directory entry includes the access codes required by your system to make an external or long distance call.

language selection 62 Last Number Redial 20 Line (DN) Key 1, 2, 5, 31, 91 Line Key 6 live dial pad 66 Lock FFC 38
M3901 feature operation 90 fixed keys 90 key layout 1 M3901 Features Auto Dial 92, 93 call status indication 97 Call Transfer 94 Conference 95 Feature Activation Indicator (FAI) 97 make a call 97 Message Waitiing Indicator (MWI) 97 recieve calls 97 Ring Again 96 Speed Call 93 M3902 display 59 key layout 2 Options List 61 M3903 Callers List 77 display 59

Navigation Keys 6, 61

off-hook 9 On-hook default path 70 on-hook dialing 15, 18 Options Key 6, 61 Options List 61 Override 50 override enhanced 49
page 46, 51 Meet - me page 51 paging tone 9 park 28 password directory 74 Personal Directory 9, 74, 82, 89 Card View 88 delete directory 87 delete entries 86 edit entries 86 make calls from directory 87 search 88 pickup 33 Predial 15 preferred name match 66 Preset Conference 42 Primary Directory Number (PDN) 9 Primary Directory Number (PDN) Key 6 Privacy Release 51 Private Line 9 Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Key 3, 4, 7, 62, 63 Programmable Soft Keys 2, 3, 4, 7
Remote Call Forward 36 Remote Call Forward FFC 37 Ring Again 19 Mring tone 9, 50 ring type 65 ringback 9, 50 Ringback/ring tone 8 Room Status 58
screen contrast 64 secure your telephone 38 Select Key 61 Selectable Conferee Display and Disconnect 41 shared Directory Number (DN) 9 Shift Key 7 special dial tone 9 Special Prefix (SPRE) code 29 Special Prefix code 47, 48 Speed Call 21, 93 Speed Call Controller 21, 94 Speed Call User 94 Speed Call, System 22 SPRE code 47, 48 Switchhook 7 switchhook 9 System Park DN 28, 29 System Speed Call 22

Quit Key 6, 61

Radio Page 51 recall attendant 27 Timed Reminder Recall 26 receive calls MRedial 20 redial 96 Redial List 9, 77, 80, 89 access,MM3903 14, 80 M3904 14, 80 Redial list on the MRemote Access Directory Number 36 104
time format 67 wake-up 54 Timed Reminder Recall 26 Trace 31 Transfer 25, 31, 47 transfer 94

Voice Call 53 Volume Control Bar 5, 91 volume, adjust 64
work without interruption 44
Title to and ownership of Meridian SL-1 software shall at all times remain with Nortel Networks. Meridian SL-1 software shall not be sold outright and the use thereof by the customer shall be subject to the parties entering into software agreements as specified by Nortel Networks. Information contained in this document is subject to change. Nortel Networks reserves the right, without notice, to make changes in equipment design or program components as progress in engineering, manufacturing or technology may warrant. Reordering number: NT2F7901 A0779727 (c/o 15 each per package P0903627) Internal Manufacturing part number: P0903627 Issue 2.00 Printed in the United States of America February 1999 www.nortelnetworks.com

 

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