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Analog Phones and Features

Information about analog telephone features and what phones are available.


Standard Voice Features

Hold

To place a call on hold
  • Depress switchhook. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial *6. Do not replace receiver.
To return to held call
  • Depress switchhook until telephone rings.

Call Pickup

  • Dial *1.

Last Number Dialed

  • Dial #7.

Transfer

  • Depress switchhook. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial 5-digit number.
  • (Announce call).
  • Hang up.

Conference

To add a party to call

(May add up to 3 parties.)

  • Depress switchhook. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial party.
  • Depress switchhook after party answers.
To drop last party added
  • Depress switchhook.

Call Forwarding Busy/No Answer

To activate
  • Dial *3. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial 5-digit number. (Hear confirmation tone.)
Note: Send All Calls must NOT be active for forwarding to operate. To cancel
  • Dial #9. (Hear confirmation tone.)

Call Forwarding All Calls

To activate
  • Dial *2. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial 5-digit number. (Hear confirmation tone.)
Note: If the phone that you have forwarded to is unavailable, the call returns to the originating phone and follows that phone's coverage path (can include AUDIX in path). Forwarding does override a priority call. The person the phone is forwarded to will receive the priority ring. To cancel
  • Dial #9. (Hear confirmation tone.)

Send All Calls

Works only if the extension is in a Call Coverage Group.

Note: Send All Calls overrides forwarding.

To activate
  • Dial #2. (Hear confirmation tone.)
To cancel
  • Dial #6. (Hear confirmation tone.)

Priority Call

To activate
  • Dial #3.
  • Dial 5-digit number.
To accept a call when already on a call
  • Dial #3.
  • Dial 5-digit number.
To return to first caller
  • Depress and hold switchhook until telephone rings.

Automatic Callback

Automatic Callback also works if there is no answer. The next time the extension you wanted is used and then becomes free, your phone rings back.

To activate
  • Depress switchhook. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial *5. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Hang up within 6 seconds.
To cancel
  • Press #5. (Hear dial tone.)

Speed Dialing

To dial a number from the system list (List 3)
  • Dial *9. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial speed number.
To dial a number from the group list (List 2)
  • Dial *7. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial speed number.
To dial a number from the personal list (List 1)
  • Dial *8. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial speed number.
To program personal or group lists
  • Dial *0. (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial 1or 2 (list number). (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial speed number location (0-9). (Hear dial tone.)
  • Dial number to be stored.
  • Dial #. (Hear confirmation tone.)
  • Hang up or program next speed number by dialing the next speed number location and continuing as above.

Call Park

To park a call
  • Depress switchhook.
  • Dial 200.
  • Dial extension number where call is to be parked, or dial # if it is to be parked on the current number.

Notes: If a busy signal is received, a call is already parked from this extension, so you cannot park this call.

The phone will ring back in one minute if a parked call has not been retrieved and the line is available. If you do not pick up, the parked call with follow your call coverage path.

To retrieve parked call
  • Hear dial tone.
  • Dial #0.
  • Dial extension number where call was parked, or dial # if it was parked on the current number.
Note: If you hear alternating high and low tones, either the caller has hung up or you dialed from an extension that does not have a call parked.

To place call on hold and retrieve parked call

  • Depress switchhook.
  • Dial *6.
  • Dial #0.
  • Dial extension number where call was parked, or dial # if it was parked on the current number.
To return to held call
  • Hang up. (The phone rings 3 short rings.)
Note: The present caller (if any) is disconnected and the phone will be rung back if the held caller is still holding.

Phone Options

All Locations

Analog Set Model 6221 with Speaker

  • 6221PDF icon6221 Instruction Booklet
  • Primary analog model
  • Built-in speaker
  • Desk or wall-mountable
  • Autodial capabilities
  • AUDIX message waiting light
  • Personalized ring
  • Dedicated buttons for Mute, Flash, and Redial

Fax or modem line

An active jack for a fax machine or modem.

Some locations: In use, but not available for new installations

Analog Set Model 2500 Desk Phone

  • 2500 Audix voicemail indicator light available for an additional fee

Analog Set Model 2554 Wall Phone

  • 2554 No longer available for new installations, replaced by the 6221

Analog Set Model 8110 Desk Phone

  • 8110 No longer available for new installations, replaced by the 6221
  • Speaker
  • Autodial Capabilities
  • AUDIX message waiting light
  • Flash (Switchhook)
  • Mute
  • Hold
  • Personalized Ring
  • Redial

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Last updated: 

Tuesday, February 14, 2017 - 12:52pm

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