1 UCx Feature Guide for Nortel IP phones - with Feature Key mode disabled Date: 22 November 2016 System: UCx Release: 5.0 Phone models: Nortel IP Phones i20xx Series, 11xx Series and 12xx Series
2 Page 2 of 23 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION Controls and Buttons USAGE Making a Call... 6 Using Off-hook dialing... 6 Using On-hook dialing... 6 Using Handsfree dialing... 6 Using System Directory... 6 Using Call History (Call Log)... 6 Using Last Number Redial... 6 Using Hotline... 7 Using Intercom (Voice Call)... 7 Using Paging... 7 Using Ring Again (Call Back)... 7 Using User Speed Dial... 8 Using System Speed Dial While on a Call... 8 On Hold... 8 Transfer (Attended)... 9 Transfer (Blind)... 9 Transfer to Voic Box... 9 Call Park... 9 Call Park Retrieval... 9 Display Name/Number for active call... 9 Display Name/Number for incoming call while on an active call Disconnect Incoming Calls Internal Auto Answer Call Pickup Group Pickup Call Waiting Call Forward All Call Forward Busy
3 Page 3 of 23 Call Forward Unavailable Call Forward to Voic Make Set Busy Calls with Multiple Parties Call Join Conference Additional Features using System Wide Feature Codes Blacklist Blacklist Cancel Blacklist Last Caller Call Recording toggle Call Trace Follow Me toggle Intercom Allow Intercom Disallow Speak your Extension Speak Time Stamp Log Wake Up Call Hotdesking Hotdesk from a phone with the Services Key Hotdesk from an unregistered phone Hotdesk from a phone with a programmed key Call Center Agent Features SERVICES KEY Features available from Services Key listed in order of appearance VOIC Accessing Voic Direct Dial to Voic USER EXTENSION PORTAL... 23
4 Page 4 of INTRODUCTION This Feature Guide describes the usage of your Nortel IP Phone when Feature Key mode is disabled. With Feature Key mode disabled, the operation of your Nortel IP phone when connected to the UCx Server resembles the operation of a Nortel IP phone connected to the CS1000. Depending on the model of phone you have, different keys may be offered for different features. Nevertheless, there are some basic set of controls and buttons that will be available across all models. The figure below shows the button layout of the 1140E IP phone as a reference. Refer to the respective Nortel IP phone user guide for the button layout of your phone.
5 Page 5 of Controls and Buttons Standard telephone controls and buttons are listed in the table below. Name Control/Button Description Dial pad Standard telephone dial pad Volume Up/Down Ringer volume/sound volume Mute Mute/unmute toggle Handsfree Enable handsfree mode Up/Down/Left/Right Navigation keys Menu navigation Inbox Voic Outbox Call history (Call log) Directory Company directory Release (Goodbye) Release a call; Exit; End of a feature Headset Enable headset mode (if a headset is present) Hold Put call on-hold Services Provides a list of features that can be invoked
6 Page 6 of USAGE 2.1 Making a Call Feature Using Off-hook dialing Using On-hook dialing Using Handsfree dialing Using System Directory Using Call History (Call Log) Steps 1. Lift handset. 2. Dial the number. 1. Press the Line (DN) key. 2. Dial the number. 1. Press the Handsfree key or Headset key if headset is connected. 2. Dial the number. 1. Press the Directory key. 2. Use the dial pad to enter the first 3 letters of either the first or last name of the person you want to call. 1. Press the Outbox key. 2. Press the Recvd, Placed or Missed soft key to view the list of received, dialed or missed calls. 3. Use the Up/Down Navigation keys to view call log entries. 4. On Nortel phones with a single display line, use the More soft key to view additional information about call log entries. 5. Press the Call soft key to call the phone number from the selected call log entry. Note: The Call Log feature is NOT supported on phones that have single line display screens and do not have soft keys. Using Last Number Redial 1. Press the Line (DN) key. 2. Press the Redial softkey.
7 Page 7 of 23 Using Hotline 1. Lift handset or press the Line (DN)/Handsfree/Headset key and the configured number is dialed automatically. The Hotline feature and number is configured by the UCx Administrator on a per extension basis. Using Intercom (Voice Call) Using Paging 1. Dial *80 + EXTENSION. (For example, to intercom extension 200, dial *80200.) 2. Speak into the handset and your voice will be heard on the dialed EXTENSION s speaker 1. Dial the PAGE GROUP extension number. 2. Speak into the handset and your voice will be heard on the speakers of the extensions that belong to the page group. Page Groups are configured by the UCx Administrator under Paging and Intercom. Using Ring Again (Call Back) 1. Dial an extension and if you receive a Busy tone or if there is No Answer. 2. Press the RngAgn softkey. 3. If Ring Again is activated when the dialed extension is Busy, you will be notified when the extension becomes idle. 4. If Ring Again is activated when the dialed extension has No Answer, you will be notified when there is activity on the phone and the phone becomes idle. 5. When the extension you want to reach is available, you will be notified and prompted to call back the extension. 6. If you respond Yes, the feature will dial the extension immediately. 7. If you respond No, Ring Again for that extension will be cancelled.
8 Page 8 of 23 Using User Speed Dial 1. Dial *75 to enter the user speed dial menu. 2. Enter the speed dial location and press the # sign. 3. Follow the audio prompts. The same steps are used to add or change a speed dial entry. For an existing entry, the following audio prompts are presented: 1 - To Listen to the number 2 - To Change the entry location 3 - To Change the number * - To Cancel and delete the entry Using System Speed Dial 1. Dial *0 + SPEED DIAL CODE. (For example, if the speed dial code is 100, dial *0100.) Speed Dial Codes are configured by the UCx Administrator under Phonebook. 2.2 While on a Call Feature On Hold Steps 1. To place an active call on hold, just press the Hold key. 2. To retrieve the call previously put on-hold, press the Line (DN) key with the held call. 3. If a call is placed on hold for an extended period of time, a notification tone will be played. The time interval for the notification tone is configurable and can also be disabled by your UCx Administrator under Nortel Settings.
9 Page 9 of 23 Feature Transfer (Attended) Transfer (Blind) Transfer to Voic Box Call Park Steps 1. Press the Transfer softkey and the original caller is placed on hold. 2. Enter the other number you want to call and press the Call softkey or the # sign. 3. When the other party answers, you can consult with the other party first. 4. To connect the other party with the original caller press the Transfer softkey. 5. To abort the transfer, press the Cancel softkey or the Release key to return to the original caller. 1. Dial ## and the system prompt will say "Transfer" and present dial tone. 2. Enter the other number you want to transfer the call to. 3. The call is immediately transferred. 1. Dial ## and the system prompt will say "Transfer" and present dial tone. 2. Enter #* followed by the mailbox you want to transfer the call to - the call is immediately transferred (For example, to transfer to the mailbox of extension 200, enter #* 200.) 1. Press the Park softkey. 2. The system will say and display the PARKING LOT number. 3. To retrieve the parked call, dial the PARKING LOT number from any phone. If nobody retrieves a parked call within the timeout period, the call is automatically sent back to the extension that parked the call. The duration of the timeout is configurable by the UCx Administrator under Parking Lot. Call Park Retrieval 1. An alternative method to retrieve a parked call is to dial * The oldest parked call is retrieved regardless of who parked the call. Display Name/Number for active call 1. The Name and Number of the calling party is automatically displayed for an active call. 2. For telephones with only a single line display, you can press the Info softkey to toggle between the Name and Number.
10 Page 10 of 23 Feature Display Name/Number for incoming call while on an active call Steps 1. The Name and Number of another incoming call is automatically displayed while you are active on an existing call. 2. By default, the Name and Number will be displayed for 5 seconds. The Call Display Timer is configurable by your UCx Administrator under Nortel Settings. Disconnect 1. If using the handset, replace the handset into the cradle or press the Release key. 2. If using Handsfree or Headset, press the Release key. 2.3 Incoming Calls Feature Internal Auto Answer Steps 1. When Internal Auto Answer is set to Intercom, all calls from internal extensions will behave as intercom calls (i.e. auto-answered). All external calls or calls under certain circumstances (e.g. Blind Transfer and Follow Me) will behave as a normal call. Internal Auto Answer is configured by the UCx Administrator on a per extension basis. By default the feature is disabled. Call Pickup Group Pickup 1. While a call is alerting at another extension, dial ** + EXTENSION. (For example, to pick up a call that is alerting at extension 330, dial **330.) 1. While a call is alerting at another extension that is in your pickup group, dial *8. Call group and Pickup group(s) are configured by the UCx Administrator on a per extension basis.
11 Page 11 of 23 Feature Steps Call Waiting 1. To activate Call Waiting, dial * To deactivate Call Waiting, dial *71. To use call waiting, your phone must be configured to have 2 or more lines (DN) keys. When you have 2 or more line keys and call waiting is enabled, you will receive additional incoming calls until there is no free line key. When call waiting is disabled, you will not receive incoming calls if you have a call on at least one of the line keys - additional line keys can be used only to make outgoing calls Call Forward All/Unconditional 1 Remote Call Forward All/Unconditional 1 Call Forward Busy 1 Remote Call Forward Busy 1 1. To Call Forward All calls, press the CFwd softkey. 2. Enter the destination number. 3. Press the Forwd softkey to enable it. 4. To cancel, press the NoFwd softkey. 1. To activate Call Forward All/Unconditional from another local phone, dial * If calling from an external phone, dial your DISA number followed by the PIN code. When dial tone is presented, dial * Enter your EXTENSION number when prompted. 4. Enter the destination number. 5. To deactivate Call Forward All/Unconditional, dial *73 + EXTENSION. 1. To activate Call Forward on Busy, dial *90 + EXTENSION. (For example, to call forward to extension 200, dial *90200.) 2. To deactivate Call Forward on Busy, dial * To activate Call Forward Busy from another local phone, dial * If calling from an external phone, dial your DISA number followed by the PIN code. When dial tone is presented, dial * Enter your EXTENSION number when prompted. 4. Enter the destination number. 5. To deactivate Call Forward on Busy, dial *91 + EXTENSION.
12 Page 12 of 23 Feature Call Forward Unavailable 1 Remote Call Forward Unavailable 1 Call Forward to Voic 1 Make Set Busy Steps 1. To activate Call Forward on Unavailable, dial *52 + EXTENSION. (For example, to call forward to extension 200, dial *52200.) 2. To deactivate Call Forward on Unavailable, dial * To activate Call Forward All/Unconditional from another local phone, dial * If calling from an external phone, dial your DISA number followed by the PIN code. When dial tone is presented, dial * Enter your EXTENSION number when prompted. 4. Enter the destination number. 5. To deactivate Call Forward on Unavailable dial *53 + EXTENSION. 1. To activate Call Forward to Voic , press the CFwd softkey. 2. Enter the #* + EXTENSION. (For example, to call forward to mailbox of extension 200, enter #*200.) 3. Press the Forwd softkey to enable it. 4. To cancel, press the NoFwd softkey. 1. To activate Make Set Busy, press the MSB key. When MSB is active on your phone, the phone display shows Do not disturb. 2. To deactivate Make Set Busy, press the MSB key again. 1: Dial *74 to deactivate all types of call forwarding 2.4 Calls with Multiple Parties Feature Call Join Steps 1. While in a call or conference on the first Line (DN) key, press the Hold key. The caller(s) on the first line is placed on hold. 2. Make or receive a call on the second Line (DN) key 3. Press the Conf softkey, followed by the Join softkey. 4. Press the first Line (DN) key to join all parties into a conference. 5. You can continue to add as many parties to the existing conference with the above steps.
13 Page 13 of 23 Feature Steps Note: The Call Join capability is applicable only under the following conditions: The phone has a minimum of 2 Line (DN) keys The calls on both lines can be conferenced Conference 1. While on a call, press the Conf soft key. The original caller is placed on hold. 2. Dial the extension or external phone number of the party you want to add to the call. 3. To add the new party to the conference, press the Conf soft key again. 4. To return to the conference without adding the new party, press the Cancel softkey. 2.5 Additional Features using System Wide Feature Codes Feature Steps Blacklist 1. To add a number to the blacklist, dial * Enter the number to be added to the blacklist. 3. Press 1 to confirm. 4. Blacklisted numbers are screened and blocked from all incoming routes. Note: Internal numbers cannot be blacklisted. Blacklist Cancel 1. To remove a number from the blacklist, dial * Enter the number to be removed from the blacklist. 3. Press 1 to confirm. Blacklist Last Caller 1. To add the number from the last caller to the blacklist, dial * Press 1 to confirm. Call Recording toggle 1. While on a call, dial *1 to start recording. The system will play a beep tone to indicate recording has started. 2. To stop recording, press *1 again. The system will play a beep tone to indicate recording has stopped.
14 Page 14 of 23 Feature Steps On Demand Recording is configured by the UCx Administrator on a per extension basis. Call Trace 1. Dial *69 and the system will announce information about your last call. 2. Enter 1 to dial the number of the last call. Follow Me toggle 1. To toggle the Follow Me feature ON and OFF, dial *21. The Follow Me feature is added by the UCx Administrator on a per extension basis. Intercom Allow 1. To allow all intercom calls to your phone, dial * To allow intercom calls from a specific EXTENSION, dial *54 + EXTENSION. (For example, to allow intercom calls from extension 200, dial *54200.) Intercom Disallow 1. To disallow all intercom calls to your phone, dial * To disallow intercom calls from a specific EXTENSION, dial *55 + EXTENSION. (For example, to disallow intercom calls from extension 200, dial *55200.) Speak your Extension 1. To have the system play a message saying your current extension number, dial *65. Speak Time 1. To have the system play a message saying the current system time, dial *60. Stamp Log 1. To create a time stamp log entry for troubleshooting purposes, dial 9*9. Wake Up Call 1. To schedule a reminder or wake-up call, dial * Hotdesking The Hotdesking feature allows you to temporarily assign an extension to a phone that normally uses another extension or has no extension assigned. For example, you mainly work from home but occasionally come to the office and you may want to assign your own extension to a phone located at the office. Another use of the Hotdesking feature is to have multiple users share phone(s) in the office. Physical phones have no extensions assigned each user activates the Hotdesking feature to assign their extension to a phone when they want to use it. Note: When using Hotdesking with different types of phones, the capabilities are determined by the phone in use. For example, if a physical phone with 2 programmable keys is hotdesked to an extension normally assigned to a phone with 4 programmable keys, only 2 programmable keys would be available during the Hotdesking session.
15 Page 15 of 23 The physical phone that you want to activate Hotdesking must have the Hotdesking feature enabled. On your extension, the Hotdesking password must be configured. Hotdesk from a phone with the Services Key To invoke Hotdesking: 1. Press the Services key and use the navigation down arrow to scroll down until you see Hotdesking. 2. Press the Invoke softkey. 3. Enter the Hotdesk extension. 4. Enter the Hotdesk password. To cancel Hotdesking: 1. Press the Services key and use the navigation down arrow to scroll down until you see Hotdesking cancel. 2. Press the Invoke softkey Hotdesk from an unregistered phone To invoke Hotdesking: 1. Press the Hotdesk (HDesk) softkey 2. Enter the Hotdesk extension 3. Enter the Hotdesk password
16 Page 16 of 23 To cancel Hotdesking: 1. Press the Unreg softkey Hotdesk from a phone with a programmed key To invoke Hotdesking: 1. Press the Hotdesk programmed key 2. Enter the Hotdesk extension 3. Enter the Hotdesk password
17 Page 17 of 23 To cancel Hotdesking: 1. Press the Hotdesk programmed key again 2.7 Call Center Agent Features If your extension is a dynamic member of a queue, then you have to login to the queue to start receiving calls from that queue. (Note: Static members do not need to login and logout of a queue.) To login to a queue: 1. Dial *45 + QUEUE number (For example, to login to queue number 600, dial *45600.) 2. The system will announce that your extension has been added. To logout of a queue: 1. Dial *45 + QUEUE number (For example, to logout of queue number 600, dial *45600.) 2. The system will announce that your extension has been removed. Queue agents can temporarily change their status to Not Ready and pause receiving calls from the queue. To activate pause: 1. Dial *46 + QUEUE number (For example, to activate pause for queue number 600, dial *46600.) 2. The system will announce that pause has been activated. To deactivate pause:
18 Page 18 of Dial *46 + QUEUE number (For example, to deactivate pause for queue number 600, dial *46600.) 2. The system will announce that pause has been deactivated.
19 Page 19 of SERVICES KEY To invoke a feature using the Services key, perform the following steps: 1. While the phone is idle, press the Services key 2. Use the down arrow key to locate the desired feature 3. Press the Invoke soft key Features available from Services Key listed in order of appearance Features that can only be invoked via the Services key are highlighted in bold. Feature Feature access code Description Stamp log 9*9 Creates a time stamp log entry for troubleshooting purposes. Speed dial *0 Dials the number stored in the System Speed Dial list. Voice call (Intercom) *80 + EXTENSION Uses the speaker of another phone set as an intercom. Group pickup *8 Answers a call alerting at another extension that belongs to the same pickup group. Directed pickup ** + EXTENSION Answers a call alerting at another EXTENSION. Call timer Shows the duration of the current or the most recent call. Do not disturb *78 or *76 (toggle) Activates Make-Set-Busy feature. Do not disturb cancel *79 or *76 (toggle) Deactivates Make-Set-Busy feature. Call forward *72 + EXTENSION Activates Call Forward all calls. Call forward cancel *73 Deactivates Call Forward all calls. Forward to voic CFwd softkey + #* + EXTENSION CID blocking CID blocking cancel Hotdesking Hotdesking cancel Activates Call Forward all calls to Voic . Blocks the Caller Name and ID for the next outbound call. (Once any outbound call is made, the feature is automatically deactivated. This feature has no effect on internal calls.) Cancel Caller ID blocking. Temporarily assigns an extension to the phone that normally uses another extension. Cancels the Hotdesking feature and returns the phone back
20 Page 20 of 23 Feature Feature access code Description Static Time/Date Static Time/Date cancel to its normal extension. For phones with no dedicated date and time area, this feature is invoked to always show the time and date on the screen. The Static Time and Date feature keeps the Time and Date on the display of the phone even when there are missed calls or new messages on the phone. Cancel Static Time and Date feature. Agent Login / Logout *45 + QUEUE number Toggles queue member Login and Logout. Agent Not Ready / Ready External autodial Internal autodial Configure feature Language - English Language - French Language - Spanish Language - default Time zone offset *46 + QUEUE number Toggles queue member Not Ready / Ready state. Configures a programmable button on the phone to dial a combination of digits, * and/or #. Typically, this is used to configure the programmable button as a speed dial for an external telephone number. When the button is pressed, the configured digits are automatically dialed. Configures a programmable button on the phone to dial an internal DN. When the button is pressed, the configured DN is automatically dialed. If the configured DN belongs to a Nortel phone, the button further provides the following functionality: The icon associated with the programmable button indicates the current state of the configured DN When the programmable button is pressed while the configured DN is alerting, the button invokes the directed pickup feature (i.e. allows the user to answer calls alerting at the configured extension) Configures a programmable key on the phone to invoke any supported feature. Configures the language of voice prompts used for services such as voic , conferencing etc. By default, the system time of the UC X Server is displayed. If a phone is installed in a different time zone from the UC X system, time must be adjusted to display the correct time for that time zone. This feature allows the user to select the time zone offset to be used for the date and time displayed on the phone.
21 Page 21 of 23 Feature Feature access code Description Ring type Contrast Ring volume Page general Page zone 1 Page zone 2 Page zone 3 Page zone 4 Page zone 5 Page zone 6 Configures the ring type used for the phone. Selects the display contrast used by the phone. Selects the ring volume used by the phone. Initiates paging to the default page group Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 1. Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 2. Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 3. Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 4. Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 5. Initiates paging to the first page group with Group Description ending with the digit 6. Redial Redial softkey Dials the last dialed number. Voic *97 Accesses the voic box. Voic number Displays the voic number. Leave Message #* Directly dials the voic box of a extension without ringing the phone to leave a message. Call log Outbox key Shows the call history. Directory Directory key Accesses the company directory. Time announcement *60 Announces the current system time. Button inquiry Test sets To check what is programmed on a button on the set. To test the functioning of a button on the set.
22 Page 22 of VOIC 4.1 Accessing Voic If your UC X administrator has configured a mailbox for your Extension (EXTENSION), your phone will indicate with a red lamp that you have message(s) waiting. For more details, refer to the UCx Voic User Guide. To access your voic box: 1. Press the Inbox key Or you can: 1. Dial *97 To access your mailbox from a different phone: 1. Dial *98 + EXTENSION 2. For example, to access the mailbox of extension 200, dial * Direct Dial to Voic You can dial directly to an Extension s voic box without ringing the phone set: 1. Dial #* + EXTENSION 2. For example, to directly connect to the mailbox of extension 200, dial #*200.
23 Page 23 of USER EXTENSION PORTAL Each Extension created with a voic box has access to a user extension portal where the end user can access their own voic box, call recordings and other features enabled for the Extension. For more details, refer to the User Manual for UCx User Extension Portal. Accessing the User Extension Portal Access the user portal by entering the following URL in a web browser: For example, if your UC X Server IP address is , access the user portal as follows: Log-in using your EXTENSION number and your voic password.
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