1 QUICK START GUIDE NTS HOSTED PBX Welcome Welcome to NTS Hosted PBX! This guide is intended to get you up and running with the basic features associated with the product. For more in-depth information, please see the tutorial videos on our website at. Getting Oriented When you log in, you will see the Call Manager home page. This guide covers the four main elements of the NTS Hosted PBX product: 1. NTS Call Manager - A web portal used for configuration and calling history 2. Accession Desktop - A Windows/Mac client for calling, instant messaging, and more 3. Accession Mobile - An app for ios 7+/ Android that includes a full-featured dialer, instant messaging, and more 3. Accession Meeting - A Windows/Mac application for audio and video conferencing over the Internet As always, you can also contact our local customer care team at and we will be happy to assist you. Note: This guide is representative and images may vary from your individual Call Manager screens. CALL MANAGER Call Manager is the web portal used to configure the features on your new phone system. With Call Manager you can: View missed calls Listen to voic messages Manage your contacts Set up rules to route your calls Perform many other functions To get started, go to your login page at: Messages and Calls (13) Click this link to view and retrieve any voic s Contacts Import your contacts from Outlook or create new ones, then click on a name to dial Phone Status - Control your Call Manager settings Make Call Make a call direct from Call Manager Start Meeting Start an Accession Meeting Manage Webinars - Create or manage your Accession Webinars Security - Use these links to change your password or security address Downloads Download apps, for example Accession Communicator Send Feedback Report bugs or make suggestions for improvements to the Call Manager interface Your Services Use these links to access a range of services available with your Call Manager account, for example to change your call, message and notification settings, or set up a Reminder call Texas Customers: Louisiana Customers: (Consult your administrator regarding your default password. Once you log in, you will be prompted to create a new password.)
2 Messages and Calls The Messages & Calls page shows all recent call activity. The fastest way to add your contacts is to import them from your program. If you use Microsoft Outlook, follow these instructions: Open Outlook and go to the File tab, then Import and Export A new window should appear Select Export to File and click Next Select Comma Separated Values from the list and click Next Use the sub-tabs to view calls based on whether they were Missed, Dialed, Received, Rejected, or Deleted. one of the sub-tabs to get more detail. From the Missed, Dialed, and Received tabs you can click on the name and either call them, add them to your contacts, or jump to the caller s existing contact information. Click the Play icon to listen to a voic . Click the trash icon to delete the voic . Click and select: Reply, Mark as new/heard, Forward as , Forward as Voic , or Save File. Click the New Voic box at the top left of the messages and Calls screen to record and leave a voic as a memo (your computer needs a microphone to use this function). Contacts Use the Contacts page to manage your contact details. This page displays an alphabetical list of your currently configured contacts. Use the Search box to find a particular contact. Use the check box on the left to select a contact and display their details on the right of the screen. Select Contacts from the folder tree and click Next Save exported file as Outlook Contacts and click Next, then save in a place you can easily locate such as the Desktop or My Documents Go back to the Call Manager Contacts tab Click the Import button Click the Browse button to find the Outlook Contacts file Click Import Your contacts are now in Call Manager! Making Calls from Call Manager You can make a call direct from Call Manager by clicking Make Call to launch the Dialer. On the Dialer you can enter the number you want to call, either by typing it in or selecting from a drop down list of your Contacts, and also choose which of your telephone numbers will be used to make the call. Call Manager The Phone Status panel at the center of the Call Manager Home page displays your Call Manager that allows you to set your current availability status, and manage how incoming calls are handled. Click to create a new contact. Click to set up a group of contacts. You can send a message to several subscribers at once by messaging the group. You can also set up call handling rules for a group.
3 The top section on the left enables you to change your setting from Available to Do Not Disturb, allowing you to route calls directly to voic if you re busy. There is also a forwarding option that enables simultaneous ring with your mobile device. The panel on the right allows you to set up how calls from various different types of callers are handled. You can use options on this screen to add numbers to VIP and Unwanted callers lists. Downloading Apps Use the Downloads link at the bottom of the Call Manager Home page to launch the Apps page where you can download applications that allow you to access the features of Call Manager on your computer, mobile phone, and tablet. Click to see a list of the applications available and follow the on-screen instructions to install the app. Change Settings The panel at the bottom of the Call Manager Home page allows you to make various changes to your settings. For example: To configure your phone according to your preferences, use the Devices link. On the screen that appears, use the set keys link to configure your phone according to your preferences. To change your password and/or PIN, or your security address, click on the links under Security at the bottom of the Home page. The Calls Settings page allows you to control various call settings, for example withholding your caller ID and configuring Call Forwarding, Call Blocking or Call Jump settings. The Messaging Settings page enables you to control how your messages are handled, for example you manage mailbox settings, customize how you are notified of a voic , configure greetings, and more. Using Voic Greetings you can personalize your voic greeting by recording an announcement (a microphone is required).
4 ACCESSION COMMUNICATOR FOR DESKTOP Your NTS Hosted PBX phone service can be used to make or receive calls from your desk phone, your PC or Mac, and your mobile devices. For this service to work on your desktop you will need to install the Accession Communicator software on your PC or Mac. The following information helps you to do that. Ensure Your Computer is Compatible Accession Communicator for Desktop works on PCs running Windows 7 or later. It also runs on Macs with OS X 10.7 or later versions. You can use your computer s built-in microphone and speakers with Accession Communicator, but you will have much better audio quality if you use a headset. Accession Communicator works with most common headsets, including Bluetooth. It will even work with the answer/reject call button on some headsets. Find Your Password You ll need your NTS Call Manager phone number and password to start using Accession Communicator for Desktop. If you don t have this information, contact us at You can also use it to send instant messages to other people in your corporate directory who are using Accession Communicator, no matter what device they are using. Accession should be populated with your company contacts. In some cases you may need to search for your commonly used contacts by typing their name into the enter name or number field. Under the Tools menu, choose Options. Here you can see your configuration options for Accession, including synchronizing contacts and enabling interaction with a desk phone. Making Calls Making a call is as easy as entering the number on the keypad or clicking on a contact s call button. If your contact has more than one number, you can choose which one to call from the drop-down list. If the person you re calling has caller ID they will see your individual business number. Receiving Calls When someone calls your number, you ll see a pop-up box on your computer screen. You ll also hear a ringing tone through your speakers or headset. The pop-up shows the number of the person calling you. If that person s details are already in your contacts list, you ll also see the caller s name. Download and Install the Software First, download Accession Communicator for Desktop here: Texas Customers: Louisiana Customers: You will find it under the Apps tab. When prompted, save the file. Then find it in your downloads folder and open it to begin the installation process. Depending on the package you have you may see the incoming call on your desk phone, on your mobile phone, or on a tablet device. You can answer the call on the device that is most convenient for you. During the Call While a call is in progress you ll see the call window. Use this window to: Exploring Accession Communicator Accession Communicator for Desktop is like having your desk phone on your computer. You can make and receive calls, hold calls, transfer calls, and make three-way calls.
5 1 Add a participant 7 Adjust the volume 2 Transfer the call 8 Access the keypad 3 Perform a CRM look-up 9 Record the call 4 Put the call on hold 10 Merge calls 5 6 Send video Mute your microphone End the call You may receive a call while you are already on another call. If you answer the new call, the current call is automatically placed on hold and the new call appears in a new call progress window. Switch between the two calls using the window for each one, or click on the Merge calls icon to merge other callers into a single call. 11 Reject Call With IM If the caller is in your Contacts list, you can reject a call and send the caller an instant message explaining why you can t take the call. the drop-down list next to Reject and select one of the system messages, or click Custom Message to type your own message. Presence Let others know whether you are available or busy by setting your presence to Online or Busy. Video Calling If the person you re talking to is also using Accession Communicator on the same network, you can upgrade your call to video at any time. the Camera icon to send your video. The other person will receive a prompt inviting them to switch on video as well. the Camera icon any time to turn off your video feed. Your Presence information automatically shows when you are Away, On the Phone, or In a Meeting (this references the information in your Outlook calendar). Send the Call to Someone Else Use the Call Transfer icon to send any call to another number. A menu will pop-up allowing you to select a contact, or you can type in a completely new number to transfer the call to. You can also transfer the call to another of your devices that has Accession Communicator installed, without having to hang up! Call Manager You can tell Accession Communicator how to handle your incoming calls. the Presence selector, expand the Available option and choose between: Instant Messaging If you have Accession Communicator with Instant Messaging, click on a contact s Chat icon to send them an instant message. If Do Not Disturb is selected, callers hear a recorded voice announcement saying that you are unavailable and are then connected to your voic . None of your devices will ring until you turn off Do Not Disturb, so be sure to use it carefully! You can select Forwarding to forward all incoming calls to another number. You are then prompted to enter the number you want to forward calls to. From within the chat window, you can send files, view your chat history with the contact, call the contact, and add one or more participants to the conversation. Note that when you change your Presence or Call Manager settings, the change applies on all of your Accession Communicator devices. So if you step away from your computer and forget to update your status, you can change your status using the Accession Communicator app on your mobile phone instead.
6 Choosing Which Calls to Receive You can specify how calls should be handled if they are from anonymous numbers, from VIPs, or from numbers on your Unwanted Callers list. Your Contacts List Accession Communicator for Desktop assembles a contact list for you to use. Depending on how your service is set up, this list may include: Contacts that you type directly into Accession Communicator for Desktop Contacts that are contained in the Outlook or Mac local address book that is stored locally on your computer Contacts that are in Call Manager contacts Contacts that are in your corporate directory To do this, click on the Presence selector, expand the Available option, and select the View all settings option at the end of the menu. This opens the Call Manager Status window, where you can set your call handling preferences. Available - Do Not Disturb - Forward Calls You can tell Accession Communicator how to handle your incoming calls. Choose between: Online Busy Call Manager Use the Options menu to configure how you manage your contacts. Visual Voic If you have a voice or video message, the indicator will change color and indicate the number of messages received. the message button to see a list of the messages, to listen to the messages, or to forward messages to another person. Emergency Calls Accession Communicator enables you to make calls from anywhere on the most convenient device. If you place a 911 call from Accession Communicator, keep in mind the operator may not be able to identify where you are calling from. Favorites For quick access to frequently-called people, add them to your favorites list. Use the right-hand mouse button to click on any contact and choose Add to Favorites from the drop down list. Favorites will appear in both the Favorites and Contacts lists. Busy tells your contacts you are unavailable, but will not block them from contacting you. Call Manager provides features for forwarding or do not disturb settings. Note that when you change your status or set up a forwarding number, the change applies on every device on which you use Accession Communicator. If you step away from your computer and forget to change your status, you can easily do it from the app on your mobile phone (if installed). Privacy and Protection If Accession Communicator is configured to automatically sync with Outlook, you can view and edit your Outlook contacts using Accession.
7 ACCESSION COMMUNICATOR FOR MOBILE Accession Communicator for Mobile is a full-featured soft phone for your mobile device or tablet. It enables you to send and receive calls from your business number, as well as instant message. For this to work on your mobile or tablet, you need to install the Accession Communicator for Mobile app. This guide will help you to do that. Exploring Accession Communicator Accession Communicator for Mobile is like having your desk phone on your mobile. You can make and receive calls, hold calls, transfer calls, and make three-way calls. You can even push and pull calls from your phone to other twinned devices, mid-call. Ensure Your Device is Compatible Accession Communicator for Mobile works on: Android phones and tablets running (Gingerbread) or later versions iphones (3GS, 4, 4S) and ipads running ios 5 or later Video calling only works on devices that have a front-facing camera. Find Your Password You ll need your Company Call Manager phone number and password to start using Accession Communicator for Mobile. If you don t have this information, call us at Download and Install App Search for Accession in itunes or the Google Play store and download the Accession Mobile app to your device. When you open the app you ll be prompted to choose your provider. Scroll to NTS Communications and select. Next you will need to enter your username and password. Generally your username will be your 10-digit business phone number. If you ve logged into Call Manager before you likely will have changed your password. If you don t know your password contact your administrator. If you want to have the ability to switch calls to your own cellular network (for example, if you move to an area with poor Wifi connection during a call made on Accession Communicator) enter your own mobile phone number and tap Continue. You can also use Accession Communicator to send messages to other people in your corporate directory who are using Accession Communicator (on any device). Accession Communicator uses the Wifi, broadband, or mobile data services available, so you can make and receive calls without using your mobile minutes. Tap on the Menu icon, or swipe right on the screen, to view the Accession Mobile menu. Making Calls To make a call, enter the number you are calling into the Accession dialer, or simply tap on the contact and touch the contact s number. Accession Communicator for Mobile will route the call over Wifi or using 3G/4G/LTE mobile data. If the person you are calling has caller ID they will see your individual Company phone number.
8 Receiving Calls When someone calls your Company number the Accession Communicator app will offer you the choice to accept or reject the call. Depending on the suite of services you have you may see the incoming call on your desk phone, your desktop, or on a tablet device. You can answer the call on whichever device is most convenient for you. Switch the Call to Another Device If the call has poor audio due to an unreliable Wifi or mobile data service connection, you can touch the Switch icon and select This device (cellular) to move the call to your regular cell phone. Remember that the call will now start to use your mobile minutes. Alternatively, you can choose to push the call to another of your devices running Accession Communicator, such as your desktop or your ipad. Touch the Switch icon and select Another device to push the call to whichever device is most convenient. Calls directly to your mobile number utilize the device s native dialer as normal. During the Call While a call is in progress you will have these options: Put the call on hold Mute your microphone Access the keypad Turn on loudspeaker Send video Switch the call to another device Merge calls Transfer the call You may receive another call while you are already on a call. Accession Communicator for Mobile gives you the option to: Hold the existing call and answer the new call. End the existing call and answer the new call. Ignore the new call. Video Calling If the person you re talking to is also using Accession Communicator you can upgrade your call to video at any time. the Video icon to send your video. The other person will receive a prompt inviting them to switch on video as well. the Video icon at any time to turn off your video feed. Call Pull You can also pull calls from your other devices onto your mobile. If a call exists that can be pulled, the Accession Communicator menu displays a Call Available to Pull option. Tap this option and follow the on-screen prompts to pull the call from your other device onto your mobile. Transfer the Call to Someone Else Use the Call Transfer icon to send any call to another number. A menu will pop-up allowing you to select a contact, or you can type in a completely new number to transfer the call to. You can also transfer the call to another of your devices that has Accession Communicator installed, without having to hang up! Call History See your full call history by selecting the Call History tab. Instant Messaging Tap the Chat tab to use Instant Messaging. Enter your Chat Address and Password and tap Sign in. You can then select a contact to send an Instant Message to. From within the chat window, you can start or continue a conversation, send files, call a contact, or add one or more participants to a conversation.
9 Voic If you have a voice or video message, the Messages tab indicates the number of messages received. Select the Messages tab and tap on a message to listen to it. Your Contacts List Accession Communicator for Mobile assembles a contact list for you to use. Select the Contacts tab to view your Contacts list. Depending on how your service is set up, the Contacts list may include: Contacts that are contained in the contacts list already on your phone Contacts that are in your corporate directory Contacts that are in Call Manager contacts Call Manager You can tell Accession how to handle your incoming calls. Tap the Call Manager tab and select Available, Do not disturb, or Forward all calls. Accession Communicator for Mobile provides you with access to corporate directory and Call Manager contacts directly on the installed device. When you are inside the Accession Communicator app and looking at the contacts page you can press your phone s menu button or action bar to choose which of your contacts are presented to you when you are using Accession. Settings Use the Settings tab to manage your Call, Chat, Contact, and Messaging settings, and to access additional setup options. You can also send error reports from the Settings tab. Presence Whenever one of your contacts is signed in to their Chat account, Accession Mobile displays their presence information on the Messages, Call History, and Chat tabs. Emergency Calls If you select Do Not Disturb, callers hear a recorded voice announcement saying that you are unavailable and are then connected to your voic . None of your devices will ring until you turn off Do Not Disturb, so be sure to use it carefully! Select Forward all calls and, in the Forwarding number box, enter the number you want to forward all calls to. Note that when you change your Call Manager settings, the change applies on all of your Accession Communicator devices. If you place a 911 call from Accession Communicator for Mobile it will attempt to make the call using the native mobile phone dialer. 911 calls cannot be made from tablet devices at any time. Privacy and Protection Accession Communicator for Mobile adds a new source of contacts that can be displayed, but it never changes any existing contacts. If you add a contact directly into Accession Communicator for Mobile it will open the usual contact management feature on your phone. Contacts entered directly on your mobile device (not in Accession) and existing contacts entered directly into the Accession Mobile application are uploaded to your contacts on our servers.
10 ACCESSION MEETING Accession Meeting provides audio and video conferencing over the Internet, including web collaboration features such as screen sharing, whiteboard annotations, and presentation capabilities. If you have set up Accession Desktop with Accession Meeting, you can invite any of your contacts to join you in a meeting, even if they do not have Accession Desktop! Find Your Password You ll need your Company Call Manager phone number and password to start using Accession Communicator for Desktop and Accession Meeting. If you don t have this information, call us at Download and Install the Software First, download Accession Communicator for Desktop here: Texas Customers: Louisiana Customers: When prompted, save the file, then find the file in your downloads folder and open it to begin the installation process. Set up an Accession Meeting You can choose to start an instant meeting from Accession Desktop, from the Call Manager dashboard, or directly from your Outlook calendar. Within Accession Desktop, you can send a meeting invitation: Using the Accession Desktop File menu From your Contacts list or while viewing a contact s details While chatting to a contact using instant messaging When you are in a call When you start a meeting, you are prompted to select the contacts you want to invite to join you in the meeting. You can then start the meeting and contacts can simply click on the invitation to join your meeting. Schedule a Meeting You can use Accession Meeting to schedule a one-off or recurring meeting. Select the Schedule A Meeting option from Accession Desktop, from the Call Manager dashboard, or directly from your Outlook calendar to launch the Schedule A Meeting window. Here, you can set the date, time, and length of the meeting, and specify various other audio and video settings for the meeting. Then click Schedule to open the meeting invitation and select the participants you want to invite to the meeting before sending the invite. The Accession Meeting is added to the participant s calendar. Join a Meeting You can join an Accession Meeting by clicking on the on-screen invitation or by opening the Meeting URL in a browser. Explore the Meeting Window While a meeting is in progress, you will either see the participant toolbar or the host toolbar at the bottom of the Meeting window. Participant toolbar: Host toolbar: Set Up Your Audio Use the Microphone icon to toggle your microphone on and off. to change your audio options. Select Join Audio to allow Accession to use either your phone or your computer s microphone and speaker. Select Leave Audio to prevent Accession from using your speaker and audio device. Use the Video icon to toggle your video on and off.
11 Access the Settings Menu to access the Settings menu, where you can set up and test your microphone, speakers, and video. You can also use the Settings menu to specify where to save recorded meetings and to access additional application settings. Invite Contacts to Join You in the Meeting and select the contacts you want to invite to join you in the meeting. The contacts you select are then sent a meeting invitation. View Meeting Participants to see who has joined the meeting. You can access the following options from the Participant window. The following icons provide additional information about each attendee. The participant is currently speaking. The participant s microphone is on. The participant s microphone is muted. The participant s video camera is on. The participant s video camera is off. The participant has raised their hand. Share Your Screen - let the meeting host know that you have something to say - change your display name. If you are the meeting host, click on Manage Participants to access the Participants window. and choose the desktop or individual application window that you want to share. Note: The Share Screen option may not be visible if the meeting host has selected to Lock Screen Share. Once you are sharing your screen with meeting participants, you will see the Screen Share toolbar. Meeting hosts can use the following additional options to manage participants: or specific individual., or Mute to mute a The Screen Share toolbar provides the following options: Pause/Resume screen sharing. to prevent meeting attendees from sharing their screen. to access additional options, including: Mute on Entry - mute all attendees as they join the meeting. Play Enter/Exit Chime when a participant joins or leaves the meeting. Lock/Unlock Meeting - no new attendees can join if the meeting is locked. Share a New Window - select a new window to share. Annotate your shared screen using a variety of shapes and highlight tools, including: a Mouse; Draw options (lines, shapes, and arrows); a Spotlight tool; an Eraser to remove selected annotations; and Undo, Redo and Clear annotation options. Note: The Annotate option may not be visible if the meeting host has selected to Disable Attendee Annotation. Mute - toggle your microphone on and off. Stop/Start Video - toggle your video sharing on and off. More - access Chat, Record, Settings, and Audio Conference options. Click to exit screen sharing.
12 Send a Message to Meeting Attendees to open a Chat window and send a message to another meeting attendee. local computer. to save the conversation to your Record Your Meeting to start recording the meeting. Click to end recording. When the meeting ends, you will see a pop-up saying that the meeting recording is being saved and converted to mp4 format. The directory containing the saved recording then automatically opens showing the recorded file, and the meeting will also appear in your list of recorded meetings within the Accession Meeting application. You can specify the directory to save recorded meetings to using the Settings menu. Note: The Record option may not be visible if the meeting host has disabled recording for the meeting. Leave the Meeting to leave the meeting. If you are the meeting host, click on will end the meeting for all participants. - this Additional Meeting Window Options full-screen display. extends the meeting display to a exits the full-screen display. participants. displays the video for all meeting speaker. displays the video for the current
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