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UNSCREENED TRANSFER 1. Press TRANS button and dial station number. 2. When the called extension begins to signal, hang up to transfer the call. 3. Replace handset or press ON/OFF button. SCREENED TRANSFER While connected to an outside line: 1. Press station button where call is to be t ra n s f e r r e d ( i f pr o g ra m m e d o n y ou r telephone), -orPress the TRANS button and dial the desired station number. (The called extension signals according to the intercom signal switch position.) 2. When that extension answers, announce the transfer. 3. Hang up to complete transfer. LEAVING A MSG WAITING INDICATION If you dial a station that is busy, unattended, or in Do Not Disturb, you can leave a message waiting indication. 1. Press the ON/OFF button. 2. Dial the desired intercom station. A busy tone or DND tone is heard. 3. Press the MSG button. The called partys MSG button LED will flash slowly. 4. Press the ON/Off button to end the call.
PLACING AN OUTSIDE LINE ON HOLD If your system is programmed for Exclusive Hold Preference, press the HOLD button once for Exclusive Hold or twice for System Hold. If your system is programmed for System Hold Preference, press the HOLD button once for System Hold or twice for Exclusive Hold.
To transfer a call using Directory Dialing 1. Press the TRANS button. 2. Dial Directory Dial Code , -orPress the DIRECTORY DIAL flexible button. 3. Press the digit associated with the persons name. When the name displays, press the SPEED button to automatically dial the station. 4. Press the ON/OFF button to complete transfer. Calls may only be transferred to internal stations. PROGRAMMING FLEXIBLE BUTTONS 1. Press the SPEED button twice. 2. Press the flexible button to be programmed. 3. Dial the desired code from the following chart. Confirmation tone sounds. 4. Press the ON/OFF button. All Call Page (Internal & External)700 Background Music 632 Call Back 622 Call Park Location (System) 43+[C] Call Park Location (Station) 439+[XXX] Call (Park) Pickup #6+[XXX] Caller ID Review (Answered) 659 Caller ID Review (Unanswered) 635 Directory Dial 680 Do Not Disturb 631 Extension Numbers 100-149 External Page Zone 761 Last Number Redial [SPEED]+[#] Line Queue 621 Personal Park 438 Speed Dial Access [SPEED]+[YYYY] Save Number Redial [SPEED]+[ ] VM Group Pilot Numbers 44 [V] ________________________________________ C = Call Park Location (0-7) V = Voice Mail Group Number (0-7) XXX = Station Extension Numbers YYYY = Speed Dial Bin Numbers (9000-9019 Station) (9020-9099 System) To erase a flexible button: 1. Press the SPEED button twice. 2. Press the flexible button to be erased. 3. Press the FLASH button. Confirmation tone sounds. 4. Press the ON/OFF button.
FWD Key SPEED Key
CONF Key TRANS Key FLASH Key CAMP ON Key MUTE Key
HOLD Key ON/OFF Key VOLUME Key
Speaker Microphone HPT Interactive Soft Keys Headset Jack
ABOUT THIS USER GUIDE
The features described in this User Guide apply to Vodavi STS Digital and Vodavi Single Line Telephone Systems. GUIDELINES Flexible Buttons -- Most system features can be set up on a flexible button for easy one-button access. (For more details, refer to Flexible Button Programming on page 48.) This Flex Btn symbol indicates those features that need a preprogrammed button to function properly. - EXCEPTION When the Soft Key symbol is also present, use of either a preprogrammed button or a Soft Key is permitted.
Flexible Numbering -- This feature allows the system numbering plan to be modified, as well as the length of the feature access codes (2-4 digits). For consistency, the following programming and operating procedures refer to 3-digit default codes. To verify the numbering plan for your system, consult with your System Administrator. Single Line Telephones -- A telephone symbol appears when the Single Line Telephone (SLT) operation differs from the Digital Telephone. If your SLT has a FLASH key use that key instead of depressing the hookswitch when instructed.
Any station user or attendant who programs a flexible button for 911 ALERT (feature code 608) will be alerted of internal stations placing 911 calls. The system can store the 16 most recent 911 calls. Calling information includes the time/date of the call and the station number from which the call was placed. The initial 911 Alert indications include: Audible ringing tone Green flashing 911 ALERT flexible button LED Automatic LCD display of 911 call information
E 1 C AL L M M / DD / Y Y XX: S TA X X XX HH:MM
XX = Index number (01-16)
Station users and attendants can press the flexible button as necessary to view additional 911 call information in the stored list. Once a station user or attendant views the information for all 911 calls in the system list: LEDs at all stations will change to a solid red indication. Audible ringing tone at all stations ceases. LCDs at all stations will revert to a normal display. The list remains available for review by pressing the 911 ALERT flexible button until all messages are deleted. To delete logged 911 Alert messages: An attendant must use the following steps to delete the messages on a system-wide basis. 1. Press the 911 ALERT flexible button to display the 911 call information for deletion. 2. Press FLASH to delete that message.
Dialing 911 from any station overrides previously enabled features such as Do Not Disturb.
Using Account Codes
Prior to placing, or during, an outside line call: 1. Press the preprogrammed ACCOUNT CODE button (627). 2. Dial account code up to 12 digits. (The other party does not hear the digits being dialed). If account code is less than 12 digits, an [ ] must be entered to return to the call. If account codes are forced, the account code must be entered prior to dialing the outside number. 3. Dial  or CO Access code. A dial tone will sound. 4. Dial the desired number.
Verified Account Codes
Prior to placing an outside line call: 1. Press the preprogrammed ACCOUNT CODE button (627). 2. Dial account code up to 12-digits.
SINGLE LINE TELEPHONE
To 1. 2. 3.
enter an Account Code before a call: Lift the handset. Dial . Dial the account code.
If the account code contains fewer than 12 digits, dial [ ] to automatically return to the call.
4. Dial  or CO Access code. A dial tone will sound. 5. Dial the desired number.
To enter an Account Code during a call: 1. Depress the hookswitch momentarily. Call is placed on executive hold while you enter your account code. 2. Dial . 3. Dial the account code.
Account Codes - Traveling COS (Verified)
To use Verified Account Codes: 1. Press preprogrammed ACCOUNT CODE button (627) before accessing a CO line. 2. Dial account code up to 12-digits. If account code matches a verified account code, intercom dial tone is returned. Otherwise an error tone is presented. 3. Access an outside CO line, or dial the LCR code, and then dial the desired number.
SMDR must be enabled for the Account Code feature to operate, and become part of the SMDR record.
enter an Account Code before a call: Lift handset. Dial . Dial account code.
If Account Code contains fewer than 12 digits, dial [ ] to return to intercom dial tone.
4. Dial  or CO Access code. A dial tone will sound. 5. Dial desired number.
6. Press SPEED when finished. Confirmation tone sounds and the display shows the new or changed name. 7. Press HOLD, then use [ ] or [#] to scroll to next entry. -orHang up to end programming.
If an error is made during keystroke entry, press FLASH to clear the current name.
Speed Dial Bin The following procedure is used to associate names to a system speed dial bin only. To add names to a System Speed Bin: 1. Enter desired 3-digit Directory List number (000-199), or dial [ ] to scroll up (next entry) or [#] to scroll down (previous entry) through the list. If just changing a name associated with an existing System Speed Dial Bin entry, skip to step 4. 2. Press TRANS. 3. Dial system speed dial bin location (9020-9099). 4. Press MUTE. 5. Use keys on the dial pad to enter the name (up to 24 characters may be entered). The display updates as the name is entered. 6. Press SPEED when finished. Confirmation tone sounds and the display updates. 7. Press HOLD, then use [ ] or [#] to scroll to next entry. -orHang up to end programming.
Attendant Disable Outgoing CO Line
The first Attendant can disable CO lines to prevent outgoing access to those lines. To 1. 2. 3. disable CO Lines: Lift handset or press ON/OFF button. Dial  on the dial pad. A confirmation tone will sound. Press the line button(s) of the CO Line(s) to disable. The CO Line button(s) LED flashes; a confirmation tone sounds.
To reactivate the CO Line(s): Repeat Steps 1-3 to disable this feature.
When Attendant Override is enabled, Attendant stations may override or call stations that are busy or in Do Not Disturb. To call a station busy on a CO call: Press the preprogrammed ATTN OVERRIDE button . Three short tone bursts are presented to the called party. After five (5) seconds, the stations CO line is automatically placed on hold and the Attendant is cut-through. To call a station in Do Not Disturb mode: Press the preprogrammed ATTN OVERRIDE button. The station is signaled with a Camp On tone.
Attendant Setting Time and Date
System Time/Date must be set by the first programmed Attendant via admin programming or using feature code 692. To set using the feature code: 1. Dial  on the dial pad. A confirmation tone will sound. 2. Enter date and time as follows: YYMMDDHHMM
YY = Year (00-99) MM = Month (01-12) DD = Day (01-31) HH = Hour (00-23) MM = Minute (00-59)
When the correct number of digits are entered, a confirmation tone will sound. 3. Press the ON/OFF button to OFF to update the display.
Attendant Speed Dial - System Storing
System Speed numbers must be entered by the first programmed Attendant. If an Attendant is not specified, enter at Station 100. 1. Press SPEED once, then press the desired outside line key, -orPress SPEED twice to select an outside line automatically. 2. Dial the System Speed bin location (9020-9099). 3. Dial telephone number. 4. Press SPEED. 5. Hang up. Speed Dial Options To use the following speed dial options, enter as shown:
To conduct the transfer, while connected to an outside line: 1. Press the station button where call is to be transferred (if programmed on your telephone) or press TRANS and dial station number. The called extension signals according to the intercom signal switch position. 2. When that extension answers, announce the transfer. 3. Hang up to complete the transfer. To answer the Screened Transfer: Your intercom will be signaling according to the intercom signal switch position. 1. Answer the intercom and receive the transfer notice. 2. Press OUTSIDE LINE or flashing LOOP button on hold.
If the Direct Transfer feature is enabled, the screened transfer will go directly to the handset. You do not have to press a LINE or LOOP button to answer.
When attempting to locate a party: 1. Press a station DSS button to signal the station or press TRANS and dial desired station. 2. If the station is unavailable, press another station DSS button to enter a new station number or press TRANS twice and dial the station number. 3. When the station answers, hang up to complete transfer.
Caller ID Display
Unanswered CO Call Transfer
While idle or on an internal/external call and an incoming or transferred CO call is ringing at your station: 1. If on another call, place the current call on hold and replace the handset or press ON/OFF. 2. Dial the INC CO XSFR code  or press preprogrammed INC CO XSFR flexible button. 3. Press a DSS, Group button, or dial a station or group number. Call automatically transfers to that destination. 4. You can then return to the call placed on hold.
1. Press the TRANS button. 2. When the called extension begins to signal, hang up to transfer the call (the Recall Timer start). 3. Replace the handset or press ON/OFF.
Caller ID Display (Answered Calls)
The Answered Caller ID Table feature can store up to 100 system-wide entries of the most recently answered calls with caller ID. A station may dial a unique access code to view the entries, scroll through the entries, and dial a desired entry back. The table displays the caller ID number and the identity of the station that answered the call. This table may be accessed from any user station display phone. Any Attendant station can delete a table entry, one entry at a time. To start the review process at the beginning of the table: Dial .
Caller ID Display (Unanswered Calls)
An Unanswered Call Management Table with 100 system-wide entry capacity is maintained in the system. The calling number/ name information pertaining to any unanswered call is placed in this table at the time the system determines the call was abandoned. This table may be accessed from any display telephone to review unanswered calls. Only an Attendant station(s) can delete an entry from this table. To start the review process at the beginning of the table: Dial . Keypad Functions The following functions apply to both Answered and Unanswered Call Management Tables:
If a station is in DND, only the Attendant can Camp On using the Attendant override feature. Camp On or Override drops any internal callers to which that station is talking.
To answer a call that is waiting: 1. Press your flashing CAMP ON button when you hear one burst of muted ringing. Any outside line you are connected to will be placed on hold. 2. Converse with the station placing the call, -orIf a call is being transferred, press the flashing OUTSIDE LINE button.
CO Line - Access
To alert a busy station of your call: 1. Briefly depress and release the hookswitch. 2. Dial . When the called line is alerted, they can choose to pick up your call or remain on original call. To answer a call that is waiting (while on a CO line call): 1. Receive Camp On warning tone through the handset. 2. Choose desired call (hang up on present call and take new call, or ignore Camp On signal).
To access an outside line: 1. Press an idle CO line button or a POOL button, -orDial a CO line group access code or an LCR code: 9, 801-823, 88+LLL (LLL = CO Line number). 2. Dial the desired number for outside call. 3. Lift the handset to converse or use the speakerphone.
access an outside line: Lift the handset. Dial access code: 9, 801-823, 88+LLL (LLL = CO line number). Dial telephone number.
CO Line Queue
If you wish to be placed on a waiting list for an outside line to become available: 1. Press desired busy OUTSIDE LINE button, -orPress the POOL button. (A busy tone will sound.) 2. Press the preprogrammed CO LINE QUEUE button (621). 3. Replace the handset or press the ON/OFF button. To answer a queue: If you hear ringing and an outside line of the line group or a LOOP button you queued onto is rapidly flashing: 1. Lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button. 2. Press the flashing OUTSIDE LINE button, or LOOP button. To cancel a call back request: 1. Dial the CO Line Queue Cancel code  on the dial pad. 2. Replace handset or press ON/OFF button.
1. Dial an outside line access code, a busy tone will sound. 2. Briefly depress and release the hookswitch. 3. Dial . A confirmation tone will sound.
Only stations that have conference enabled can institute a conference. Add-On Conference -- Up to eight internal parties can engage in a conference, or seven internal parties with one external party. A maximum of five 8-party conferences (five external parties maximum) can be established. Multi-Line Conference -- One internal station can engage in a conference with up to four outside parties.
To 1. 2. 3. 4.
terminate a party during a Conference call: Press the line button of the party you wish to drop. Replace the handset or press the ON/OFF button. Lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button. Press the flashing CONF button.
To set up a Conference with one external and one other internal station: 1. Place an outside call. 2. Briefly depress and release the hookswitch to put the call on hold. 3. Dial the number of the internal station you wish to add. 4. When that station answers, briefly depress and release the hookswitch again. All three parties will be connected. To set up a Conference with Personal Park: 1. While connected to an outside line, depress the hookswitch momentarily. The intercom dial tone will sound. 2. Dial . The first call will be placed in personal park. 3. Dial the desired number for the second call. 4. Depress the hookswitch momentarily. The Intercom dial tone will sound. 5. Dial the code for SLT Conference Park . All three parties will be conferenced. 6. Hang up to terminate the conference.
The system allows station users to dial extension numbers, or speed bins, by entering the name of a person that has been programmed for that station. The system database allows entry of a name (alphanumeric) up to 24 characters in length for each station. The programmed name can be used for dial-by-name station users and in directory dialing. (NOTE This feature should not be confused with the Name In Display function.) 1. Dial the Dial-By-Name code [6 ] on the dial pad, -orPress the preprogrammed DIAL-BY-NAME flexible button. 2. Dial the persons last name on the keypad as shown.
G-4 H-4 I-4 P-7 R-7 S-7 Q-7
A-2 B-2 C-2 J-5 K-5 L-5 T-8 U-8 V-8
D-3 E-3 F-3 M-6 N-6 O-6 W-9 X-9 Y-9 Z-9
# 0 Example To search for the name BROWN, press     . *
When the system finds a numeric match for the name being dialed: A call will be placed to the station matching the name. An intercom call will signal the station according to the intercom mode selected: H, T, or P. If fewer than 8 digits are dialed, the numeric match is dialed after a 10-second interdigit time-out occurs, or when the [#] key is pressed.
When intercom call rings a busy station (w/intercom btn): 1. The calling station receives ringback tone instead of busy tone. The called station hears muted or reminder ring and their intercom button LED starts flashing at the incoming CO line rate. This indicates an incoming intercom call. 2. The called station can place the current CO call on hold by pressing the HOLD button, -orPlace the current intercom call on hold by pressing the HOLD button. The intercom call is placed on hold on the available intercom button. 3. The called station then presses the flashing intercom button to answer incoming intercom call. When answered, the following message displays on the called station LCD:
C A LL F R O M S TA X X X M M M DD Y Y H H : MM a m
Sta XXX can be a programmed station name.
Answering an Intercom Call
Depending on the position of your intercom button signal switch, answer the intercom call as indicated: H Mode (No LED) Handsfree Mode -- You will hear three bursts of tone and an announcement. Reply handsfree or lift handset for privacy. P Mode (LED Flashing) Privacy Mode -- You will hear three bursts of tone and a one-way announcement. The calling party cannot hear conversations in progress. Lift handset or press ON/OFF to answer. -orPosition the H-T-P switch to the H mode to answer. T Mode (LED On) Tone Mode -- You will hear repeated bursts of intercom tone ringing and HOLD button slow flashes. Lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button to answer. -orPosition the H-T-P switch to the H mode to answer.
To 1. 2. 3. 4. use Intercom Transfer without DSS Buttons: Receive or make an intercom call. Press the TRANS button. An intercom dial tone will sound. Dial the desired station number. When the second station answers, you are in a supervised transfer mode (first station is staged for transfer). 5. Hang up (stations 1 and 2 will be connected). To 1. 2. 3. 4. use Intercom Transfer with DSS Buttons: Receive or make an intercom call using a DSS button. Press the TRANS button. An intercom dial tone will sound. Press the DSS button where to transfer the call. Hang up (stations 1 and 2 will be connected).
To place an Intercom Call: 1. Press the DSS button of the party to be called (if programmed at your phone), -orDial the extension number.
Dialing a number in the numbering plan activates the telephone automatically.
(You will hear ringing if the called station is in the T mode; or three bursts of tone if called station is in H or P mode.) 2. Lift the handset or use the speakerphone after the tone bursts stop. 3. Hang up to end the call. To answer an Intercom Call: In the T mode (LED On), you will hear repeated bursts of intercom tone ringing and the HOLD button slow flashes. Lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button to answer, -orPosition the H-T-P switch to the H mode to reply. In the P mode (LED flashes), you will hear three bursts of tone and one-way announcement. The calling party cannot hear conversations in progress. Lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button to answer, -orPosition the H-T-P switch to the H mode to reply. In the H mode (No LED), you will hear three bursts of tone and an announcement. Reply handsfree or lift the handset for privacy.
00 = (clears msgs) 01 = On Vacation 02 = Return AM 03 = Return PM 04 = Return Tomorrow 05 = Return Next Week 06 = On Trip 07 = In Meeting 08 = At Home 09 = On Break 10 = At Lunch
To cancel a pre-assigned message: 1. Either dial the Personal Messages code  + , dial , or press the DND button. 2. Replace the handset. The DND button LED will extinguish.
Each station can select from ten possible custom messages to display on the LCD of a key telephone calling that station. These messages are programmed from the first attendant station for system-wide use. Each station can also program three unique custom messages.
The Custom Messages feature is not available for use by attendant stations.
To select a custom message: 1. Dial  on the dial pad, -orPress a preprogrammed PERSONAL MESSAGES button. 2. Dial a valid message number (21-30) for the desired custom message. The first Attendant should provide a list of messages to each station user. To program a unique custom message: 1. Dial  on the dial pad. 2. Dial a valid message number (18-20) for the desired custom message. 3. Enter a custom message, up to eight characters. 4. Press the HOLD button to save the message.
To use a unique custom message: 1. Dial  on the dial pad. -orPress a preprogrammed PERSONAL MESSAGES button. 2. Dial a valid message number (18-20) for the desired custom message. To cancel a custom message: 1. Either dial the Personal Messages code  + , dial , or press the DND button. 2. Replace handset. DND button LED extinguishes.
SLT users can use custom messages (21-30) as described above. Unique custom messages (18-20) are not applicable. SLT users cancel the use of a custom message by using feature code 662.
Date and Time Entry Messages
Station users can activate certain messages that let users enter a specific time or return date. These messages appear on the calling stations display to alert them of the desired partys return time or date. To activate a message with a custom return time or date: 1. Dial the Message Access code  on the dial pad. 2. Then dial the desired message number [11- 17]. Users may activate the following messages and be prompted to enter a return time or date:
The Release Button feature allows the station user to speed up call handling time by disconnecting calls while being off-hook. Using the handset, while off-hook (not the speakerphone): Press the preprogrammed RELEASE button  to terminate intercom call, transfer sequence, page announcement or CO call.
To use Last Number Redial, either: 1. Press the SPEED button. 2. Press the pound [#] key. The last number dialed over an outside line will be automatically redialed. -orUse the Soft Keys LNR option when in an idle condition.
Save Number For Redial
If you wish to save the last number you dialed,either: 1. After placing an outside call, keep the handset off-hook. 2. Press the SPEED button twice, -orUse the Soft Keys STORE NO option.
Redial a Saved Number
To dial a number that was saved for redial, either: Press the SPEED button, then press the [ ] key. -orUse the Soft Keys SNR option when in an idle condition. The saved number is automatically dialed.
When you place a CO call and a Busy or No Answer is received: 1. Press the preprogrammed RPT REDIAL flexible button . You will receive an LCD prompt for a timer value.
EN TER R P T RE DI A L TI M E R : XXX 006 -9 99
2. Enter a valid number (006-999 seconds) for the Repeat Redial Timer. The default value is 060 (one minute). A confirmation tone will sound when you go on-hook. The flexible button LED will be lit steady. When the timer expires, you will receive a signal via a CO line queue indication on the RPT REDIAL flexible button. During the Queue Call Back, the LCD display will indicate that this is a Redial Call Back. Once the line queue is answered, the LCD will indicate an outgoing CO line.
Ring Down / Hot Line / Off-Hook Preference
To activate a redial: Press the preprogrammed REDIAL flexible button, -orPress the ON/OFF button, -orLift the handset, the line will be seized and number is dialed. If you receive a busy/no answer, you may repeat the step to activate another redial. To cancel the operation: Press the preprogrammed REDIAL flexible button. A confirmation tone will sound and the Auto Redial function is cancelled.
If your phone has been programmed for Off-Hook Preference, you can access an outside line, or a feature by going off-hook or pressing the ON/OFF button. It simulates the depression of a specific button and can be programed by a station user or a database administration programmer using code  + the button number.
While Off-Hook Preference is enabled, you may access internal intercom dial tone as follows: 1. Press the preprogrammed ICM button, -orDial your intercom number. (Do not lift the handset or press the ON/OFF button before dialing intercom number.) The LED will light steady and an intercom dial tone will sound. 2. Dial an internal station or feature access code. Off-Hook Preference Programming (Via a Station) If your phone is programmed for Off-Hook Preference and you were given the ability to enable or change the prime flexible button: 1. Dial  on the dial pad. 2. Dial desired button number. Refer to the following chart:
Universal Day/Night Answer
Incoming CO lines can be programmed for Universal Day Answer (UDA) or Universal Night Answer (UNA). UDA/UNA assigned CO lines can also signal over the external page port(s). If External Day programming is enabled and the system is in the day mode, the assigned external page port(s) present a ringing signal. UDA/UNA is established on a per CO line basis in admin programming. When the system is in Day or Night mode and an outside line rings at another station, and you wish to answer it: Dial [#5] or use the Soft Keys UDA/UNA option. The connected outside line can be transferred or disconnected.
Each telephone utilizing Universal Day/Night Answer must have a loop button appearance if the ringing outside line does not display at their phone.
Call Forwarding to Voice Mail Groups
Callers may be routed directly to your mailbox by forwarding your phone to a voice mail group. 1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF. 2. Press FWD or dial . 3. Dial the desired code:  = All Calls  = Busy  = No Answer  = Busy/No Answer 4. Dial the 3-digit Voice Mail group pilot number where calls are to be forwarded (440-447 = voice mail groups 1-8). A confirmation tone will sound. 5. Replace handset or press ON/OFF.
Retrieving Voice Messages
To enter the Voice Mail system to check for mail: Either dial Voice Mail group number, press preprogrammed VM GROUP flexible button, press flashing MESSAGE WAIT button, or use the Soft Keys VM1 option (group 440 only). You will be prompted to enter your mailbox password.
Voice Mail Transfer with ID Digits
While on a call and the caller on the other end wishes to leave a Voice Message for another VM user: 1. At the initiating station, press the TRANS. button. 2. Dial the Voice Mail Group number or press the preprogrammed VM GROUP flexible button. 3. Dial the VMID (Mailbox location) of the desired party and go on-hook.
Voice Mailbox Button
To 1. 2. 3. program a Mailbox flexible button: Press the SPEED button twice. Press the desired flexible button to be programmed. Dial the Mailbox feature code (460-467 = voice mail locations 1-8). 4. Dial the VMID number.
439+[XXX] #6+[XXX] #430-#437 #5#+[XXX]+press[B] 7#+[XXX] 6#+[XXX] 662 88+[LLL] 801-621 626
G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G
450-648+[#, ] [SPEED]+[#]
G G G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G G
LCR (E911 active on CO Line) LCR (if active) or CO Line Group 1 Loop Key (reqs btn) Message Wait Modem Modem - Voice Mail Access Name in Display Night Service (reqs btn) Off Hook Voice Over (reqs btn) Page - All Call Page - Ext Zone Page - Internal Zones 1-8, All Page - Meet Me (Answer) Personal Messages Release Button (reqs btn) Repeat Redial Ring Down / Hot Line / Off-Hook Pref Ring Tone Save Number Redial School Zone SLT Conference Park SLT Directed Call Pickup SLT Message Wait Answer SLT Speed Dial SLT Speed Programming SLT Volume Software Version
761 701-633+[ZZ] 691+[BB] 695+[RR] [SPEED]+[ ] #668+[YYYY] 661+[YYYY] 638+[V] 605
G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G G G G
G G G G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G
Speed Dial Station Numbers (Fixed) Station/Port Fixed Number Station Relocate Stop Trace UCD Avail/Unavail UCD CIQ Sta Display (any grp) UCD Group (grp 1-8) Unanswered CO Call Transfer Universal Day/Night Answer Voice Mail Group (grp 1-8) Voice Mailbox Btn (reqs btn) VM Msg Cancel (VM Port only) VM Msg Set (VM Port only) VM Msg Set w/cnt (VM Port only) VM One Touch Record (reqs btn) VM Pse/Res Rec (Dig VM) (reqs btn)
TABLE LEGEND B = Button w/ feature code: 622 = Call Back 620 = Camp On 625 = Exec Override 623 = Message Wait 628 = OHVO BB = Button Number C = Call Forward Condition Code 6 = All Calls 7 = No Answer 8 = Busy 9 = Busy / No Answer)
= Off-Net (for Follow Me only)
[SPEED]+[YYYY] 100-636+[XXX] 567+[UUU] 550-#5 440-447 460-467+[VMID] 421+[MMMM] 420+[MMMM] 422+[MMMM] 649+[VVV] 655
G G G G G G G G
G G G G G G G G G G G G
LLL = CO Line Number (001-028) MMMM = 2- to 4-digit Mailbox Number
NNN = CO Line Group Access Code of group to be forwarded 801- 823 = CO Group 1-= All CO Groups RR = Ring Tone Number (00-36) V = Volume Control Level (0-9) VVV =Voice MailGroup Number(440-447) XX = Custom Message Number (21-30) XXX = Intercom Station Numbers YYYY = Speed Dial Bin Numbers (9000-9099) ZZ = Personalized Messages
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Vodavi Starplus STS System
System Time/Date must be set by the first programmed Attendant via admin programming or using feature code 692. To set using the feature code: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Dial  on the dial pad. A confirmation tone will sound. Enter date and time as follows: YYMMDDHHMM YY = Year (00-99) MM = Month (01-12) DD = Day (01-31) HH = Hour (00-23) MM = Minute (00-59) When the correct number of digits are entered, a confirmation tone will sound. Press the ON/OFF button to OFF to update the display.
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