Nortel Networks Phone T7316 User Manual

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Nortel Networks does not support the connection of a headset to the T7316E telephone, unless hands-free is enabled within the system programming. If handsfree is not enabled, certain call handling features may not work as intended. Read the Telephone Feature Card for more information on using telephone features. More on making and answering calls. Contents 7 Telephone Features Programming Guide Make a call using Call Log.

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Recognized languages: English
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  • Preface
  • Telephone configuration overview
    • Telephone types
      • IP telephones and cordless handsets
    • Telephone buttons
    • One0015line and two-line displays
      • Buttons under the display
    • Labeling your telephone buttons
  • Answering calls
    • Understanding ring types
      • System ring indicators
    • Line buttons
    • Information about call display
      • Viewing call information for a specific call
    • Central answering position (CAP) module
    • Pick up a call ringing at another telephone
      • Group Pickup
      • Trunk Answer
    • Listen to a call as a group
  • Make a call
    • Using line pools
    • Select how you dial your calls
    • Receive a busy signal on an internal call
      • Priority Call
      • Ring Again
    • Create a conference call
  • Time-saving features
    • Autodial
      • Programming T7000 memory keys for auto dial
    • Last Number Redial
    • Programming speed dialing
    • Saved Number Redial
  • Handling calls
    • Use Hold
    • Transfer calls
    • Call Park
    • Managing system-wide calls using SWCA
      • Parking and retrieving calls on SWCA keys
      • Call interactions with SWCA controls
  • Forward your calls
    • Call Forward
      • Call Foward prompts
    • Line redirection
  • Communicating in the office
    • Paging in the office
    • Messages
      • Send a message
      • Reply to a message
      • Remove items from your message list
    • Voice Call
      • Voice Call Deny
  • Track your incoming calls
    • Call log
      • Create a password to your Call Log
  • Customize your telephone
    • Programming feature codes
    • Default button assignments
    • Move line buttons
  • Telephone features
    • Prevent calls from ringing at your telephone
      • Use Do Not Disturb
      • Turn Privacy on or off for a call
    • Handsfree and Mute
    • Background music
  • System features
    • ISDN
      • Network name display
    • Use alternate or scheduled services
    • Special telephones
      • Hotline
    • Host System dialing signals
    • Pulse or tone dialing
    • Access your system from an external location
      • Direct Inward System Access (DISA)
      • Maintain security
    • Service provider features
      • Call Forward
  • Hospitality Services
    • Types of telephones
      • Hospitality passwords
    • Alarm time (AL) feature
      • Setting the alarm time feature
    • Room occupancy
    • Room condition
  • Cordless telephones and features
    • Multiple-handset/base station, local
      • Companion features
    • Wireless IP telephones
      • Making calls
      • Releasing calls
      • Accessing call on Hold after hang up
      • Using the display menu
  • Troubleshooting alarm codes
    • Alarm codes
      • Test a digital telephone
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Cord connections

B

1

Desk mount option

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C

Route line cord through the stand.

Headset option

Connect cord to headset.

Connect cord to handset.

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Connect line cord to

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wall jack.

Your T7316 telephone

ATelephone light

Flashes when a call rings at the telephone.

Lights up when Message Waiting Indication (MWI) is supported by system software. Contact your System Administrator or Coordinator for more information.

BAdjustable display

Shows the time and date, call and feature information.

CDisplay buttons

The label for display buttons appear in capital letters on the bottom of the display. Display buttons change with each feature you use.

Contrast level 2

Feature message

Display button label

DOWN

UP

OK

Display button

D¨Release button

Ends an active call.

EDial pad

Your T7316 telephone

FÃVolume control

Adjusts the handset, Handsfree, headset and ringer volume.

G©Mute button

Turns the microphone off or on when you are on a call.

HÂHeadset button

Turns the headset mode on.

I²Feature button

Starts or ends a feature.

J³Hold button

Places calls on hold.

KMemory buttons

LMemory and line buttons

M½Indicators

Appear next to active line and memory buttons.

NNumber card

Write your extension number on this card.

Wall mount without a telephone stand

1

Press here to remove the stand.

Connect cords to the telephone, refer to “Cord connections” illustrations.

2

Connect line cord to wall jack.

Place the telephone onto the wall mount plate and slide it down.

Wall mount with a telephone stand

1

Press here to remove the stand.

key hole slots

Use the key hole slots on the stand to mark the location for the screws. Tighten screws for a secure fit.

2

Mount the stand as shown and insert screw. Use the screw that came with your telephone.

Connect cords to the telephone, refer to “Cord connections” illustrations.

3

Mount the telephone onto the screws and slide it down.

Connect line cord to wall jack.

Telephone setup

Display contrast level

Adjust the contrast of your display.

1.Press ²¥à.

2.Press UP or DOWN to view the levels.

3.Press OK to select a level.

Language choice

²¥ÞâÚ

Select Primary Language for the telephone display.

²¥ÞâÛ

Select Alternate Language for the telephone display.

²¥ÞâÜ

Select Alternate Language 2 for the telephone display.

²¥ÞâÝ

Select Alternate Language 3 for the telephone display.

Ring type

Select a different ring for your telephone.

1.Press ²¥ß.

2.Press Ú, Û, Ü, Ý, or NEXT to hear the different ring types.

3.Press OK to store the ring type.

Button inquiry

Check what is programmed on your buttons.

1.Press ²¥â.

2.Press the button(s) that you want to check.

3.Read the display. Button assignment examples are shown below.

Line

Intercom

XXX (LINENAME)

XXXX (SETNAME)

SHOW

OK

NEXT VIEW

Internal autodial

External autodial

Autodial (XXXX)

(XXXXXXXXXX)

Feature

Handsfree

(FEATURENAME)

Handsfree

SHOW

OK

4.Press ²when finished.

Button labels

Use the three button label strips on the telephone to show what is programmed on the buttons.

Spare button label strips are provided with your telephone.

How to label your buttons

1.Remove the plastic lens and button label strips from the telephone.

2.Write the name of each button on the button label strip.

3.Insert the button label strip back on the telephone.

4.Insert plastic lens, matching the tabs on the lens with the notches on the telephone.

Align tabs

Tip

Use the Desktop Assistant application to customize button label strips for your telephone.

Go to www.nortelnetworks.com and download the Desktop Assistant application to your personal computer.

Memory buttons are buttons not assigned as line, intercom or Handsfree buttons.

Memory buttons store internal and external numbers or features to give you one touch dialing or feature activation.

A

B

C

AMemory buttons without indicators for autodial numbers and features.

BMemory buttonswithout indicators for external autodial numbers and features.

These memory buttons show ½indicators for internal autodial numbers only.

CMemory, line or intercom buttons with ½indicators.

Programming memory buttons

You can program a memory button with a new number or feature.

External autodial

1.Press ²¥Ú.

2.Press a memory button.

3.Dial the external number.

4.Press OK to store the number.

5.Label your new button.

Internal autodial

1.Press ²¥Û.

2.Press a memory button.

3.Dial the extension number.

4.Press OK to store the number.

5.Label your new button.

Features

1.Press ²¥Ü.

2.Press a memory button.

3.Press ²and enter the feature code.

4.Press OK to store the feature code.

5.Label your new button.

How to erase memory buttons

1.Press ²¥Ú.

2.Press a memory button.

3.Press OK to erase the button.

Making and answering calls

Making calls

There are many ways to make a call, depending on your telephone programming and the type of call.

External calls using line buttons

1.Lift the handset.

2.Press a line button.

3.Dial the external telephone number.

External calls using intercom buttons

1.Lift the handset.

2.Press an intercom button and enter a line pool access code.

3.When you hear an external dial tone, dial the external telephone number.

Contact your System Administrator or Coordinator for a list of line pool codes.

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Internal calls using intercom buttons

1.Lift the handset.

2.Press an intercom button.

3.Dial the extension number.

Contact your System Administrator or Coordinator for a list of extension numbers.

Answering calls

When your telephone rings and the display light flashes or when an intercom or line button ½indicator flashes:

Lift the handset. OR

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Press the button with the flashing ½indicator before you lift the handset.

More on making and answering calls

How to hold calls

While on a call, press ³. The ½indicator for the line on hold will flash.

To retrieve a held call, press the line button with the flashing ½indicator.

Calls are put on hold automatically when you switch from one line to another.

Handsfree calls

Your System Administrator or Coordinator must program the Handsfree feature on your telephone.

Press the Handsfree button on your telephone to make or answer a call.

To switch to Handsfree when you are on a call, press the Handsfree button and replace the handset. Lift the handset to switch back.

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When programmed, the Handsfree feature is assigned to button 16 on your telephone.

Handsfree button

16

How to mute calls

While on a call, press ©to turn the microphone off. The ©light flashes when the microphone is off.

Press ©again to turn the microphone on.

Use ©on handset, Handsfree or headset calls.

Headset calls

Press Âto activate the headset mode. When the Âlight is on, press a line or intercom button to make a call.

Press Âto answer a call when the telephone rings or when an intercom or line button ½indicator flashes.

To switch to your headset when you are on a call, press Âand replace the handset. Lift the handset to switch back.

Warning

Nortel Networks does not support the connection of a headset to the T7316 telephone, unless Handsfree is enabled within the system programming. If Handsfree is not enabled, certain call handling features may not work as intended.

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