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|Mooten||10:56pm on Saturday, September 11th, 2010|
|Not for Toshiba Satellite users either - or a lot of notebooks I suspect. Not compatible with Mac OS, Logitech makes this clear. For Windows though, it works great. However.|
|paulk||8:17pm on Friday, July 2nd, 2010|
|GREAT SIZE AND WILL FIT INTO A LARGE 18 INCH LAPTOP BAG GREAT PRODUCT THAT ALLOWS YOU TO PACK IT IN YOUR LUGGAGE AND ABLE TO SET UP YOUR LAP TOP IN H...|
|Dokolas||4:48pm on Wednesday, June 9th, 2010|
|G15 Rev. 002 Pros: -Silent Keystrokes -Backlit -6 function keys with three groups (M1,M2. A excellent, feature-rich, solid keyboard overall Pros -Relatively good construction quality. OldGamer The keyboard works fine, but as for playing games my old one did just as well.|
|ajax2615||7:35pm on Sunday, April 25th, 2010|
|Antec Twelve Hundred Case Corsair 850W PSU EVGA X58 FTW3 Motherboard Intel i7-950 Stock 12gb Corsair Dominator RAM EVGA GTX 580 Superclocked (Factory)...|
|Colonel||6:39am on Friday, April 23rd, 2010|
|Very nice keyboard, I really love it It does not work for Inspiron 1525 If the feet/tabs were just a little bigger, or the angle of the stand slightly flatter, it would work well with the bigger notebooks.|
|annbrilee||4:21pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|Extra Features Mostly Useless So, on the positive side, the G15 has pretty much all the functionality that you would expect from a keyboard.|
|JPPeri||3:05pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010|
|Owned since 6/24/10. IMHO not worth the price as is. I got this on a whim since it had a instant discount promotion with a nice sized rebate. They seem ok with hackers mucking with the code and 3rd party mods are available. The G15 is pure amazing. I absolutly love it..|
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Norstar-PLUS Modular ICS Central Answering Position User Card
The central answering position
The Meridian Norstar* central answering position (CAP) consists of a Norstar M7324 telephone and one or two CAP modules. A CAP module is an add-on device that provides 48 extra memory or line buttons for an M7324 telephone. You can connect up to two CAP modules to an M7324 telephone. Your telephone is assigned as a central answering position by your installer or customer service representative. Norstar M7324 telephone with a CAP module attached
Why use the CAP module?
By giving you one-touch access to many more lines, features and autodial numbers, the CAP module makes it easier for you to: answer external calls check the status of the telephones in your Norstar system transfer calls to your co-workers' telephones When CAP modules are rst plugged into your telephone, each CAP module button is pre-assigned either to select a line or to dial an internal number. As a central answering position, with two CAP modules, your telephone can be assigned up to 120 lines. Lines are assigned to a CAP module beginning with the button in the top left corner and moving down. Buttons on a CAP module cannot be assigned as incoming line group or answer buttons. These buttons can only be assigned to your M7324 telephone. You cannot move incoming line group buttons from your M7324 telephone to your CAP module. After lines are assigned, any remaining buttons on your CAP module(s) become internal autodial buttons, starting with the lowest default internal number.
About pre-assigned buttons
* Meridian and Norstar are trademarks of Northern Telecom.
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Checking the pre-assigned CAP module buttons
You can check what is programmed on any of your telephone or CAP module buttons. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press. Press the buttons you want to check and read the display. Ensure that your buttons have the correct snap-on caps. Press when you are nished.
Customizing your CAP module
You can program any of the buttons on your CAP module that do not select lines. These buttons can be programmed to automatically dial internal or external numbers. You can also program features onto CAP module buttons. See your M7324 Telephone User Card for information on programming memory buttons. The indicators beside internal autodial buttons on your CAP module show you the status of Norstar telephones. The indicator is on when a telephone has an active call The indicator is off when a telephone has no active call
when a telephone has Do Not Disturb when a telephone has a call on hold turned on and no other active call
Answering and transferring a call
Most of the telephone calls which you deal with should involve the following procedures: 1. 2. 3. 4. Answer a call made from outside the Norstar system. Determine whom the call is for. Check the status of the destination Norstar telephone. If the indicator is off, transfer the call to that telephone.
If you answer a call for a co-worker who is busy on another call, Norstar offers you some useful features: Camp-on lets you transfer the call to them. Ring Again lets you know when the telephone becomes free. Priority Call lets you interrupt their current call. Message lets you send them notication to call you.
If your telephone has been assigned as a central answering position, you can send up to 30 messages to co-workers.
Other Norstar documents
See the Norstar M7324 Telephone User Card, the Norstar Telephone Feature Card and the Norstar Prime Telephone User Card (if applicable) for more information on using Norstar features.
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* Meridian and Norstar are trademarks of Northern Telecom. Meridian Norstar is manufactured by Northern Telecom. This document is for use with Meridian Norstar-PLUS Modular ICS. P0810402 Issue 03 Printed in Canada
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Norstar-PLUS Modular ICS Prime Telephone User Card
Using your prime telephone
Your telephone has been programmed as a prime telephone for particular external lines on your system. This means that any external call on those lines that is not answered, or gets transferred, parked, or put on hold and is not picked up, or any call that for one reason or another is not being handled, rings at your telephone. Your system can have several prime telephones.
Understanding rings and indicators
Your telephone rings differently for different types of calls. External calls ring normally, internal calls give two short rings. Redirected external calls ring as internal calls. The indicator beside a button tells you the status of a call on a line, line pool, answer, or intercom button. lit fast ash medium ash slow ash unlit The line is active on a call. You have put a call on hold on that line. There is an incoming call. Somebody else has put a call on hold on that line. The line is available.
Interpreting display messages
When an unanswered call rings at your telephone, you may see one of the following displays: The person at telephone 223 forwarded a call to you using Do Not Disturb. The system transferred a call to you from a telephone in Do Not Disturb mode. Nobody answered this call, so the system transferred it to you. Carol held a call too long, so the system transferred the call to you. A call on line 001 was camped, parked, or transferred, but no one has answered it. Press CALLBACK or the line button to connect to the call. There is no telephone that can receive a call on line 001, so the system transferred it to you. A call on line 007 was forwarded or routed to Brenda, but was not answered. The call coming in on line 007 was routed to target line 121. Line 121 is busy so the system transferred the call to you.
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Answering many calls
Sometimes calls come in faster than you can answer them. When you have several calls ringing, use Call Queuing to answer the next call. 1. Enter the Call Queuing feature code ( If more than one call is waiting, priority is given to incoming external calls over callback, camped, or transferred calls.
Leaving a message for a co-worker
You can use Norstars Message feature to leave someone a message to call you. ). 1. Enter the Message feature code ( 2. Press ADD. (This step is not necessary on a telephone with a one-line display.) 3. Dial the internal number of the person you want to send a message to. That persons telephone displays Message for you.
Transferring a call
When you want to transfer a call to someone: 1. 2. 3. 4. Press TRANSFER. Dial the number of the person you want to transfer the call to. If you want to speak to the person rst, wait for them to answer. Press JOIN.
Transferring a call when a telephone is busy
When a telephone is busy, or when transfer is denied, you can use Campon to transfer a call. ). 1. Enter the Camp-on feature code ( 2. Dial the internal number of the person you want to transfer the call to. The person is notied that they have a camped call waiting.
Transferring a call to a co-worker who is not at their desk
If a person is not at their desk, but its important that you get a call to them, you can park the call and announce it using Page. ). The display 1. Enter the Call Park feature code ( shows the retrieval code. 2. Press PAGE. 3. Select the appropriate type of page. Your system coordinator can explain the different types to you. 4. Page the person and ask them to answer the call using the retrieval code. The person can retrieve the call from any Norstar telephone.
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Interrupting a co-workers current call
If your co-worker is on a call and a second important call comes in, you can interrupt their current call. 1. Dial the number of your co-worker. The display reads On another call. 2. Enter the Priority Call feature code ( ). After a pause, your call goes through. Your co-worker can stop your priority call from going through by using the Do Not Disturb feature code. (Some prime telephones may not support this feature. See your system coordinator.)
Monitoring the status of someones telephone
If you have an autodial button or an answer button with an indicator programmed for someones telephone, you can monitor the status of their telephone by watching the indicator next to their button. You can also use Ring Again to tell you when a busy or unanswered telephone becomes available. 1. Dial the number of the person you want to speak to. You will hear either ringing, or a busy signal. 2. Press LATER. The display reads Ring Again ?. 3. Press YES. When the person hangs up or next uses their telephone, your telephone rings and the display asks if you want to call the person. Press YES to call them.
Making sure calls are answered when you are away from your desk
When you are away from your desk, you can make sure calls get answered by forwarding your calls to someone else. ). 1. Enter the Call Forward feature code ( 2. Dial the number of the person who will be answering your calls. Your calls now ring at that persons telephone. To cancel Call Forward: 1. Enter the Cancel Call Forward feature code (
A more sophisticated way to provide alternate answering while you are away is to invoke a Service Mode. Ask your system coordinator for more information on Service Modes.
Providing backup answering for internal calls
In addition to providing backup answering for external calls, you can provide backup answering for peoples internal calls using Call Forward. Individuals can forward all their calls to you. Your system can also be programmed so that you answer all calls to telephones that are busy or do not answer. See your system coordinator for information on Call Forward Busy and Call Forward No Answer.
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Personalizing your telephone
Programming memory buttons for frequently used features
You can program memory buttons for one-touch access to features that you use often like Transfer, Message, and Ring Again. 1. 2. 3. 4. Press Press the button you want to program. Press and enter the feature code you want to program. Label the button.
You can now use the feature by simply pressing the programmed button. You cannot program line, incoming line group, intercom, answer, or Handsfree/Mute buttons.
Programming memory buttons for frequently called numbers
You can program memory buttons for one-touch access to numbers that you call often. 1. Press 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. to program an external number or to program an internal number. Press the button you want to program. For external numbers, if you want this autodial button to use a particular line or line pool, select that line or line pool. Dial the number you want to program. or OK when nished. For external numbers, press Label the button.
You can now call the person by simply pressing the programmed button. You cannot program line, incoming line group, intercom, answer, or Handsfree/Mute buttons.
Moving line buttons
You can arrange the buttons on your telephone to suit your needs. 1. Press 2. Press the line button you want to move. 3. Press the button you want to move that line to. The buttons are exchanged. 4. Press 5. Exchange the button caps.
You cannot choose a button other than a line or incoming line group button as the button to move in step 2. You cannot exchange a line button with an answer, intercom or Handsfree/Mute button.
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Meridian and Norstar are trademarks of Northern Telecom. Meridian Norstar is manufactured by Northern Telecom. This document is for use with Meridian Norstar- PLUS Modular ICS. P0810400 Issue 03 Printed in Canada
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