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|lou39a||8:49am on Wednesday, October 20th, 2010|
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Storing your data
Press STORE to store your data. The STORE indicator lights red and a confirmation tone is emitted. * Confirmation tone (one beep) After pressing STORE, you will hear a beep. This informs you that storage is completed. * Alarm tone (three beeps) If you hear this alarm, your entry is not valid.
Making another selection within the same program address
To make the next higher selection, press NEXT. To make the previous selection, press PREV. To make a specific selection, press SELECT and then enter the number.
Going to another program address
After pressing STORE, you can go to another program with either of the following two methods: (1) To go to the next larger program address: Press Soft 1 (SKP+) or VOLUME (DOWN). To go to the next smaller program address: Press SHIFT + Soft 1 (SKP) or VOLUME (UP). (2) To go to a specific program address:
Press END, then enter the Program Address.
Method (1) is useful when you want to perform a series of programs consecutively. For example, to change the programming in addresses  to , use this method. You can move from  to , from  to , and so on by pressing the SKP+ or VOLUME. You can move in reverse order from  to , etc. by pressing the SKP or VOLUME. This method can also be used to move between neighboring program groups: For example, you can move between the program addresses  and ,  and , and so on. Also, you can move between the smallest program address  and the largest one . Method (2) is useful when you wish to jump to another program address. For example, you have just finished with program  and now you want to go to program . Neither SKP+/ VOLUME nor SKP/VOLUME is convenient in this case. So you should press END and enter 301.
Note The following programming instructions assume that you have already entered the programming mode and that you will use Method (2).
Confirming the entries
You may review the stored programming without making any changes.
Going back to the operation mode
Two ways are available to go back to the operation mode: (1) Lift the handset while in programming mode. (2) When the Initial Message: SYS-PGM NO? is displayed, press the PROGRAM (or PAUSE) button. (To display the Initial Message, press END.)
4.1.3 Entering Characters
You can enter characters to store names or messages in the following programs by using the dialing key pad, buttons or the Jog Dial.  System Speed Dialing Name Set  Caller ID Name Set  Extension Name Set  Outside Line Name  Absent Message Assignment See the Combination Tables below.
Sets the current date and time. A 12 hour clock or 24 hour clock can be selected. Year: 00 through 99 Month: Jan. through Dec. Day: 1 through 31 Day of the week: SUN / MON / TUE / WED / THU / FRI / SAT Hour: 1 through 12 Minute: 00 through 59 AM / PM Clock hour: 12 or 24
'97 Jan. 1 WED 12:00 AM 12 1. Enter 000.
Display: 000 DATE / TIME
Display example: 97 Jan. 1 WED
Enter the year.
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new year.
4. 5. 6. 7.
Keep pressing SELECT until the desired month is displayed. Press.
Enter the day.
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new day.
Date and Time Set (contd.)
Keep pressing SELECT until the desired day of the week is displayed. Press STORE. Press NEXT.
Display example: 12:00 PM 24
Enter the hour.
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new hour.
Enter the minute.
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new minute.
15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
Press SELECT for AM or PM. Press.
Press SELECT for 12 or 24 (clock hour). Press STORE. Press END.
After changing an entry, you can press STORE. You do not have to perform the rest of the steps. To return to a previous field, press in steps 4 through 9 and steps 13 through 18. If you hear an alarm after pressing STORE, check that the date is valid. The clock starts immediately after the STORE button is pressed. You cannot leave an entry empty. Program  System Additional Information, Field (30) is used to enable the automatic time adjustment by Caller ID information once a day. Section 3, Features Display, in Idle
System Speed Dialing Number Set
Used to program the System Speed Dial numbers. These numbers are available to all extension users. There are 100 numbers from 00 to 99. Speed dial number: 00 through 99 Telephone number: 24 digits (max.) All speed dial numbers Not stored 1. Enter 001.
Display: 001 SYS SPD DIAL
Selection Default Programming
Display: SPD Code?
Enter a speed dial number.
To enter speed dial number 00, you can also press NEXT. Display example: 00:Not Stored
Enter a telephone number.
To delete the current entry, press CLEAR. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new number.
Press STORE. To program another speed dial number, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired speed dial number. Repeat steps 4 through 6. Press END.
Each speed dial number has a maximum of 24 digits. The valid characters are 0 through 9, the and # keys, and the FLASH or FLASH/RCL, PAUSE, SECRET and (hyphen) buttons. To store a flash signal, press FLASH or FLASH/RCL. Note: The stored flash will only be effective during a call. (Refer to Section 3, External Feature Access.) To store a hyphen, press the button. To store a pause, press PAUSE. (Refer to Section 3, Pause Insertion, Automatic.)
Each extension block has one or two digits, consisting of 0 through 9. Assign the leading digits for extension numbers of the respective blocks. Assignment of extension blocks defines the limits for programs  Extension Number Set,  Voice Mail Extension Number Assignment,  Phantom Extension Number Assignment and  Floating Number Assignment. Each feature number has one through three digits, consisting of 0 through 9, , and #. If or # is included in a feature number, dial pulse telephone users cannot access the feature. Double entry and incompatible combinations are invalid. Valid entry examples: 30 and 31, 210 and 211. Invalid entry examples: 5 and 5, 30 and 301. If you delete a feature number, the feature cannot be used by dialing operation. You can remove all the feature numbers except selections (01) through (16). To clear an extension block (01) through (16), it is required to change the corresponding numbers assigned in program  Extension Number Set,  Voice Mail Extension Number Assignment,  Phantom Extension Number Assignment and program  Floating Number Assignment. Section 3, Features Flexible Numbering
Feature Number List
Number 53 Feature 1st hundred extension block 2nd hundred extension block 3rd through 16th hundred extension block Operator call Automatic line access / ARS Outside line access System speed dialing Station speed dialing Station speed dialing programming Doorphone call Paging external Paging external answer / TAFAS answer Paging group Paging group answer Call pickup, outside line Call pickup, group Call pickup, directed Call hold Call hold retrieve intercom Call hold retrieve outside line Last number redial Call park / call park retrieve Account code entry Door opener External feature access Station feature clear Message waiting Outgoing message Call forwarding / do not disturb Call pickup deny Data line security Call waiting / OHCA / whisper OHCA Executive busy override deny Pickup dialing Absent message Timed reminder Electronic station lockout Night service mode Parallel telephone mode Background music external Default None # 35
Feature Number List (contd)
Number Feature LCS password Call log, incoming Call log lock, incoming Timed reminder, remote Log-in / log-out Automatic callback busy cancel Walking COS Reserved System working report Quick dial location numbers 1-8 Reserved Default 47 None 794 None None
Description Selection Default Programming
Day / Night Service Switching Mode
This program is used to determine if night mode is set automatically or manually. Manual / Auto (automatic) Manual 1. Enter 101.
Display: 101 DAY/NT AUTO
Display example: D/N Mode:Manual
Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. Press END.
If automatic switching is assigned, day / night mode is switched at the time programmed in  Day / Night Service Starting Time. The operator and manager can switch the day / night mode at any time. Section 3, Features Night Service
Sets the number of rings for Intercept Routing No Answer (IRNA) feature. If a call is not answered after the programmed number of rings, the call is redirected to the programmed station. Number of rings: 3 through rings 1. Enter 203.
Display: 203 INTERCEPT
One ring is equivalent to five seconds. Programs  Intercept Extension Day / Night are used to program the destination of Intercept Routing on an outside line basis in day and night modes. If the original extension has set Call Forwarding No Answer, Intercept Timer starts after Call Forwarding. You cannot leave the entry empty. Section 3, Features Intercept Routing
Pickup Dial Waiting Time
Sets the number of seconds for Pickup Dialing. If the telephone user lifts the handset, the programmed party is called when the time expires. Time (seconds): 1 through 5 1s 1. Enter 204.
Display: 204 PICKUP DIAL
Display example: Time:1 sec
To change the current entry, enter the new time.
This time gives the user an opportunity to dial digits before the automatic dialing process takes place. Section 3, Features Pickup Dialing
Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
Sets the maximum time allowed for a conversation with an outside party. If an outside call is originated or answered by a programmed extension user and the timer expires, the call is disconnected. Time (minutes): 1 through min 1. Enter 205.
Display: 205 EXT-CO TIME
Display example: Time:10 min
This time-out applies to extensions to which Limited Call Duration is assigned by program  Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit. This time cannot be set to zero or be left empty. Section 3, Features Limited Call Duration
Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time
Sets the maximum time allowed for a conversation between two outside parties. When the timer expires, the Outside-to-Outside Line call is disconnected. Time (minutes): 1 through min 1. Enter 206.
Display: 206 CO-CO TIME
You cannot leave the entry empty. Section 3, Features Call Forwarding to Outside Line Call Transfer, Screened to Outside Line Conference, Unattended Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
First Digit Time
Sets the maximum time allowed between the start of an outside dial tone and the first digit dialed on an outgoing outside call. If an extension user fails to dial any digits during this time, the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) receiver is released. Time (seconds): 5 through s 1. Enter 207.
Display: 207 1ST DIGIT T
Display example: Time: 10 sec
This timer is used for toll restriction checking. You cannot leave the entry empty. Section 3, Features Toll Restriction
Inter Digit Time
Display: 311 CARRIER #
Enter a special carrier number.
There is a maximum of 20 special carrier numbers. Each carrier number has a maximum of seven digits, consisting of 0 through 9, , and #. You can also use the PAUSE button to enter a wild card character. It will be displayed as X. Section 3, Features Pause Insertion, Automatic Toll Restriction for Special Carrier Access
Allows you to turn on or off the Automatic Route Selection (ARS) mode. ARS, if enabled, selects the least expensive route to be used for an outside call. On / Off Off 1. Enter 312.
Display: 312 ARS MODE SET
Display example: ARS:Off
3. 4. 5.
Press SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. Press END.
If Off is selected, the Automatic Line Access feature functions instead of ARS. Programs  through  are used to program ARS. Section 3, Features Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Line Access, Automatic
Assigns times for the four Automatic Route Selection (ARS) time schedules. It is possible to split a day into four time zones (maximum) so that the least expensive line is selected for that time. According to the service hours and charges offered by your carriers, enter the starting time of each zone. Day of the week: 1 (Mon) / 2 (Tue) / 3 (Wed) / 4 (Thu) / 5 (Fri) / 6 (Sat) / 7 (Sun) / (all days) Time schedule: A / B / C / D Time (hour) : 1 through 12 / Disable (no schedule) AM / PM All days of the week : A 8:00 AM; B 5:00 PM; C 9:00 PM; D Disable 1. 2. 3. Enter 313.
Display: 313 ARS TIME SET
Display: Day of week?
Enter the day of the week.
Display example: MON-A: 8:00 AM To program another time schedule, keep pressing NEXT or PREV until the desired time schedule is displayed.
To set no schedule (Disable), press SELECT and go to step 7. If Disable is selected, pressing SELECT shows the previous stored hour. To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new hour.
5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
to select AM / PM.
Press SELECT for AM or PM. Press STORE. To program another time schedule, keep pressing NEXT or PREV until the desired time schedule is displayed. Repeat steps 4 through 8. Press END.
ARS Time (contd.)
Enter a starting time for each time schedule. Select Disable for idle schedules. You cannot leave an entry empty. To assign all days of the week, press the key in step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for Monday. Section 3, Features Automatic Route Selection (ARS)
ARS Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8
By entering numbers into each leading digit plan (programs below) you are starting the process to determine which outside line will be used to route the call. Program:         Plan: These eight plans are used to analyze the number which the user dials and decide the route plan for the call. If the user-dialed number is registered in Plan 1, then Routing Plan 1 is selected for the call. Automatic Route Selection (ARS) Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8 match ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8 (programs  through ) respectively. Location number: 01 through 50 Leading digit number: 10 digits (max.) All locations Not stored 1. Enter a program address (314 through 321).
Display: 405 CPC INCOMING
To enter outside line number 1, you can also press NEXT. Display example: CO1:400msec
4. 5. 6.
Keep pressing SELECT until the desired time is displayed. Press STORE. To program another outside line, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired outside line number. Repeat steps 4 through 6. Press END.
To assign all outside lines to one selection, press the key in step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for outside line 1. You may disable CPC Signal Detection for an outside line. Program  CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set is used to program CPC Signal Detection for outgoing outside calls. Section 3, Features Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
Caller ID Assignment
Enables the Caller ID feature for the outside lines to which a Caller ID Service is offered by a Central Office by contract. Outside line (CO) number: 1 through 3, Enable / Disable All outside lines Disable 1. Enter 406.
Display: 406 CALLER ID CO
To enter outside line number 1, you can also press NEXT. Display example: CO1:Disable
To assign all outside lines to one selection, press the key in step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for outside line 1. The following programs are used to program Caller ID feature:  Caller ID Code Set and  Caller ID Name Set. Section 3, Features Caller ID
DIL 1:1 Extension Day / Night
The Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:1 feature allows incoming outside calls to be directed to a specific extension. When an outside line is assigned as DIL 1:1, it is necessary to assign the destination. These programs specify the extension number for day or night mode. Outside line (CO) number: 1 through 3, ( =all outside lines) Extension number: 2 through 4 digits / Disable (no DIL 1:1) All outside lines Disable Day / Night 1. 2. 3. Enter a program address (407 for day or 408 for night).
Display example: 407 DIL 1:1 DAY
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new number. To disable DIL 1:1, press CLEAR.
Press STORE. To program another outside line, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired outside line number. Repeat steps 4 through 6. Press END.
Display: 602 EXT GROUP #
To enter jack number 1, you can also press NEXT. To select the second part (-2), press NEXT after entering the jack number. Display example: #1-1:EXG1
Enter the extension group number.
To change the current entry, enter the new extension group number.
There is a maximum of eight extension groups. Each extension can only belong to one group. For an explanation of jack numbering, see Rotation of jack number on page 4-7. To assign all jacks to one extension group, press the key in step 3. In this case, the display shows the contents programmed for Jack 1. Section 3, Features Call Pickup, Group Extension Group
Paging Group Station Hunting
DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing Day / Night
The Direct In Lines (DIL) 1:N feature can be assigned to ring more than one extension. All incoming calls from the programmed outside lines are directed to the specified extensions. These programs assign the extensions and the notification method for each outside line in both day and night modes. Jack number: 1 through 8, (-1 / -2), ( =all jacks, -1 = first part, -2 = second part) Outside line (CO) number: 1 through 3, ( =all outside lines) Disab (disable) / Immdt (immediate ringing) / 1RNG (1 ring delay) / 3RNG (3 ring delay) / 6RNG (6 ring delay) / NoRNG (no ring) All jacks-1/2 all outside lines Immediate ringing Day / Night 1. 2. Enter a program address (603 for day or 604 for night).
Display example: 603 DIL 1:N DAY
To enter jack number 1, you can also press NEXT. To select the second part (-2), press NEXT after entering a jack number. Display example: #1-1:CO1:Immdt
You can also keep pressing number is displayed. or until the desired outside line
5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Keep pressing SELECT until the desired selection is displayed. Press STORE. To program another jack, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired jack number. Repeat steps 4 through 7. Press END.
DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed Ringing Day / Night (contd.)
An extension can be assigned as the destination of as many outside lines as required. For an explanation of jack numbering, see Rotation of jack number on page 4-7. To assign all jacks or all outside lines to one selection, press the key in step 3 or step 4. In these cases, the display shows the contents programmed for Jack 1 or for outside line 1. There are six notification methods: (1) Immediate ringing: rings immediately (2) 1 ring delay (3) 3 ring delay (4) 6 ring delay (5) No ring: only the indicator flashes (6) Disable: no incoming call When you change the jack number by pressing NEXT or PREV, the outside line number is not changed. Example #3-1:CO3..Press NEXT..#3-2:CO3 Section 3, Features Direct In Lines (DIL) Night Service
Section 3, Features Floating Station
DISA Built-in Auto Attendant
Assigns the DISA (Direct Inward System Access) built-in auto attendant number. The extension number and the floating number can be assigned as a one digit number and used as a DISA built-in auto attendant number. DISA built-in auto attendant number: 0 through 9 Extension number / Floating number: 2 through 4 digits Disable 1. Enter 815.
Display: 815 DISA AA
Display example: Dial NO?
Enter a DISA built-in auto attendant number.
To enter DISA AA number 0, you can also press NEXT. Display example: Dial 0:Disable
Enter an extension or floating number.
To change the current entry, press CLEAR and enter the new floating number. Display example: Dial 0:EXT112
Press STORE. To program another DISA AA number, press NEXT or PREV, or SELECT and the desired DISA AA number. Repeat steps 3 through 6. Press END.
This system can store up to ten programmable DISA built-in auto attendant numbers. Section 3, Features Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
System Data Clear
Clears the system data which you have programmed. The system will re-start with the default setting. 1. Enter 900.
Display: 900 SYS-DATA CLR
Display: Data Clear?
System Additional Information
Adds the following programming items, if required:
Display example Field number
(10) (9) (8) (7) (6) (5) (4)
(3) (2) (1)
(unused)(26)(22) (21) (20)(19)(18) (17)(16) (15)(14)(13)(12)(11)
(reserved) (27)(unused)(25)(24) (unused)
System Additional Information (contd.)
Sound source during transfer.
0 : ringback tone 1 : Music on Hold
CALL TRANSFER FEATURES Music on Hold Consultation Hold External Feature Access Flash None
Result of pressing the hookswitch lightly and then placing down the handset (during an outside call; standard telephones only). Result of pressing the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button on proprietary telephones (during an outside call). Enables or disables the dial tone between obtaining an outside line and dialing the phone number when using the one-touch dial, redial or speed dial function. Result of pressing the hookswitch lightly (standard telephones only). Sets the duration of the DTMF (Dual Tone Multi-Frequency) signals sent to the Voice Processing System (VPS) ports. Sets the time the system waits before sending DTMF signals (such as a mailbox number) to VPS after VPS answers a call.
0 : disable 1 : enable 0 : no check 1 : check
Confirmation Tone Toll Restriction
0 : disable 1 : enable
0 : 60 % 1 : 67 %
Dial Type Selection
0 : extension number 1 : free
0 : names 1 : numbers
Special Display Features Call Directory Background Music (BGM) Background Music (BGM) External Music on Hold None
(19) Determines the initial display of a digital display proprietary telephone (KX-T7431/ KX-T7433/KX-T7436/KX-T7235) in Station Speed Dialing. (20) Determines the source of Music Source 1 for Music on Hold and BGM. Internal music source is not available for your system.
0 : internal music source 1 : external music source
(21) Selects inter-digit pause for pulse dialing.
(22) Selects intercom dial tone frequency. (26) Selects the extensionhooking signal detection time. (23) Reserved (24) Prevents or allows a call originated by an Automated Attendant (AA) port of Voice Processing System (VPS) to another AA port. (25) Prevents or allows sending pulse dialing signals during an outside call. (27) Enables or disables the outside line pulse feedback tone. (30) Enables or disables the automatic time adjustment by Caller ID information once a day by the first call received after 3:00AM. (31 Unused 32) (33) Selects the result when a call from DISA arrives at a DND extension or a busy extension which disabled Call Waiting. (34) Sets the time the system waits for IRNA after the OGM.
00 : 630 ms 01 : 830 ms 10 : 1030 ms 0 : normal 1 : distinctive 0 : 84-1000 ms 1 : 200-1000 ms 0 : prevent 1 : allow
0 : prevent 1 : allow 0 : disable 1 : enable 0 : enable 1 : disable
None None Caller ID
0 : IRNA 1 : busy tone is sent 0 : immediately 1 : after 10 seconds
Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Outgoing Message (OGM)
(35) Selects the result when an outside call is routed by Call Forwarding to a voice mail port which is in Automated Attendant (AA) service mode. [For both Inband and Digital Proprietary Telephone (DPT) Integration] disable : AA service mode enable : The mode will change to the Voice Mail (VM) service mode and a Follow-On ID is sent. When the voice mail port is in VM service mode, this program is not affected. (36) Selects the result when an outside call is routed to a voice mail port by IRNA. [For both Inband and DPT Integration] When the voice mail port is in VM service mode; enable : VM service mode disable : The mode will change to the AA service mode. [Only when Inband] When the voice mail port is in AA service mode; enable : The mode will change to the VM service mode and a Follow-On ID is sent. disable : AA service mode (37) Unused (38) Enables or disables dial tone 2 when an extension sets programmable extension features such as Call Waiting. (39) Determines the result when pressing the FLASH or FLASH/RCL button during an outside call (When Field 3=0). Flash: Disconnects and accesses the same outside line. Terminate: Terminates the outside line and accesses the intercom. It is convenient to route the outside call according to Automatic Route Selection (ARS) if ARS is active. (40) Selects the message waiting ring type: 3 quick rings or 2 normal rings, for standard telephones. (41) Selects the SMDR format for an incoming call with Caller ID. The callers number only or callers number and name is selected.
0 : enable 1 : disable
0 : disable 1 : enable 0 : Terminate 1 : Flash
0 : 3 times by 40ms 1 : 2 times by 280ms 0 : <Incoming> + caller no. 1 : <I> + caller no. + name
Station Message Detail Recording (SMDR)
0 : enable 1 : disable 0 : IRNA 1 : reorder tone is sent 0 : Operators 1 and 2 simultaneously 1 : Operator 1 first and then Operator : enable 1 : disable 0 : not printed out 1 : printed out
(42) Enables or disables the SMDR printout for RC (when an incoming call occurs) and AN (when an incoming call is answered). (43) Selects the result when a call from DISA (Direct Inward System Access) is invalid. (44) Selects the result of pressing 0 (default); calls operators 1 and 2 at the same time or Operator 1 first and then Operator 2 if Operator 1 is busy. (45) Enables or disables the SMDR printout when the Timed Reminder starts and the alarm is not answered. (46) Programs whether or not the account code is printed out in the SMDR.
Account Code Entry
Area code: 01 (area 1) / 02 (area 2) / 03 (area 3) / 04 (area 4) / 05 (area 5) / 06 (area 6) Field number : 1 through 46 Selection: See Selection on pages 4-147 through 4-151. See Default shown in the table. 1. Enter 990.
Display: 990 SYS ADD DATA
Display: Area NO?
Enter an area code (01 through 06).
Display example: 0010100011000001
Keep pressing field.
to move the cursor to the desired
Enter your selection (0 or 1).
To change the current entry, press STORE and enter the new selection.
6. 7. 8.
To program another field, repeat steps 4 and 5. Press STORE. To program another area, press SELECT and the desired area code. Repeat steps 4 through 8. Press END.
None See References on pages 4-147 through 4-151.
COS Additional Information
(1) Sets the number of digits allowed to dial out during an outside call on a Class of Service (COS) basis. If an outside party hangs up and the extension user tries to dial out still on the outside line, the system will disconnect the line at the time the assigned number of digits are dialed. This program can be added if the Calling Party Control (CPC) Signal Detection is not provided by the outside line. The Field (1) shown below is used to enter your selection. (2) Enables or disables Call Forwarding Follow Me feature on a COS basis. The Field (2) below is used to enter your selection.
Operator / Manager Extension Assignment Absent Messages
           
  
Quick Dial Number Set System Programming Flexible Numbering See page 4-32 and 4-33. Day / Night Service Switching Mode Manual Day / Night Service Starting Time Every Day of the Week Day=9:00 am / Night=5:00 pm Automatic Access Outside Line 123 Assignment Account Codes Not Stored Station Hunting Type All Extension Groups=Disable System Password 1234 Automatic Hold by CO / DSS Button DSS Button=Enable; CO Button=Disable Caller ID Code Set Not Stored Caller ID Name Set Not Stored VM Status DTMF Set RBT=1; BT=2; ROT=3; DND=4; Answer=5; Disconnect=#9; Confirm =9; FWD VM RBT=6; FWD VM BT=7; FWD EXT RBT=8 VM Command DTMF Set LV-MSG=H; GETMSG= H; AA-SVC=#8; VM-SVC=#6 ROM Version Display Not Applicable Voice Mail Number Assignment Not Stored Voice Mail Extension Number VM-1=295; VM-2=296; Assignment VM-3=297; VM-4=298 Voice Mail Extension Group All Voice Mail Numbers=EXG 1 Assignment
: Available when the Digital Super Hybrid System is connected to a Digital
Proprietary Telephone capable Panasonic Voice Processing System (one that supports digital proprietary telephone integration; e.g. KX-TVS100).
DEFAULT Not Stored Not Stored Deleted Digits=3; Added Number=Blank Deleted Digits=0; Added Number=1 Not Stored Not Stored Enable 60 s 12 rings 3 rings 12 rings 1s 10 min 10 min 10 s 10 s 500 ms 0s 1 ring 0 min (no ring) 30 s 1s 12 rings Disable Not Stored Not Stored Not Stored Off
ADDRESS PROGRAM  User Password  Walking COS Password  Phantom Extension Number Assignment  Area Code Assignment  Caller ID Modification for Local Call  Caller ID Modification for Long Distance Call  Internal Caller ID Extension Assignment  Facsimile Transmission Extension  Off-Hook Monitor Timer Programming  Hold Recall Time  Transfer Recall Time  Call Forwarding No Answer Time  Intercept Time  Pickup Dial Waiting Time  Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time  Outside-to-Outside Line Call Duration Time  First Digit Time  Inter Digit Time  Dial Start Time  Call Duration Count Start Time  DISA Delayed Answer Time  Message Waiting Ring Interval Time  Timed Reminder Alarm Ring Time  DISA AA Wait Time  Call Park Recall Time TRS / ARS Programming  TRS Override for System Speed Dialing  TRS Denied Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6  TRS Excepted Code Entry for Levels 2 through 6  Special Carrier Access Codes  ARS Mode
PROGRAM DEFAULT Every Day of the Week: Time-A=8:00 am; Time-B=5:00 pm; Time-C=9:00 pm; Time-D=Disable Not Stored Not Stored All Modification Tables=0 (digits) Not Stored Except-2 Not Stored Location 01=991; Others=Not Stored All Outside Lines=Connect All Outside Lines=DTMF All Outside Lines=10 pps All Outside Lines=80 ms All Outside Lines=400 ms All Outside Lines=Disable All Outside Lines=DisableDay/Night All Outside Lines=DisableDay/Night Not Stored All Outside Lines=1.5 s All Outside Lines=600 ms All Outside Lines=1.5 s Disable Regular Not Stored COS 1 through 7=Level 1Day/Night; COS 8=Level 7Day/Night All COS=Disable All COS=Disable All COS=Disable All COS=Disable All COS=Enable All COS=Disable All COS=Option
ADDRESS  ARS Time
 ARS Leading Digit Entry for Plans 1 through 8  ARS Routing Plans 1 through 8  ARS Modify Removed Digit  ARS Modify Added Number  Extra Entry Table Selection  TRS Entry Code Assignment for Extra Table  Emergency Dial Number Set Outside Line Programming  Outside Line Connection Assignment  Dial Mode Selection  Pulse Speed Selection  DTMF Time  CPC Signal Detection Incoming Set  Caller ID Assignment  DIL 1:1 ExtensionDay/Night  Intercept ExtensionDay/Night  Host PBX Access Codes  Pause Time  Flash Time  Disconnect Time  CPC Signal Detection Outgoing Set  Reverse Circuit Assignment  Outside Line Name Assignment COS Programming  Toll Restriction LevelDay/ Night  Extension-to-Outside Line Call Duration Limit  Call Transfer to Outside Line  Call Forwarding to Outside Line  Executive Busy Override  Executive Busy Override Deny  Do Not Disturb Override  Account Code Entry Mode
DEFAULT All COS=Enable
ADDRESS PROGRAM  Off-Hook Call Announcement (OHCA) Extension Programming  EXtra Device Port  Class of Service  Extension Group Assignment  DIL 1:N Extension and Delayed RingingDay/Night  Outgoing Permitted Outside Line AssignmentDay/Night  Doorphone Ringing Assignment Day/Night  Voice Mail Access Codes  Live Call Screening Recording Mode Assignment Resource Programming  SMDR Incoming / Outgoing Call Log Printout  SMDR Format  System Data Printout  Music Source Use  External Pager BGM  External Pager Confirmation Tone  Serial Interface (RS-232C) Parameters  Floating Number Assignment
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