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eSpace 8950 and 8950S IP Phone V200R003C30 User Guide

Describes the services supported by the eSpace 8950 IP phones and the implementation of such services.
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BLF List (Only for BroadWorks)

BLF List (Only for BroadWorks)

On the phone LCD screen, you can quickly check the status of contacts or dial a contact's number in the BLF list.

NOTE:
  • Before checking the status, ensure that your account has been assigned the BLF List service rights on the phone and server. For any questions, contact your system administrator.
  • If a user logs in to a phone (host phone) as a guest, the BLF list on the user's original phone (guest phone) will not be synchronized to the host phone.

In the BLF list, the icon in the upper right corner of a contact's profile picture indicates the status of the contact.

Table 37-1 Status description

Icon

Description

The contact is in idle state.

The phone is in standby state or the account has not been registered with the phone.

The contact is in busy state, which can be subdivided into placing a call, being engaged in a call, or holding a call.

The contact's phone is ringing.

NOTE:

If the monitoring account has enabled the pickup rights on the phone, this icon is displayed when the monitored account receives an incoming call. The monitoring party can press information about the monitored account in the BLF list widget to pick up the call for the monitored party. For any questions, contact your system administrator.

The contact's phone is ringing.

NOTE:

The monitoring account has not enabled the pickup rights on the phone.

Status Convergence Principles

If multiple lines are configured for a monitored account and the lines are in the same state or in different states, only one state can be displayed. The following states are displayed in descending order of priority: new call, proactive dialing, talking, idle.

Table 37-2 describes the status convergence examples for an account with two lines configured.

Table 37-2 Account status convergence examples

Line 1

Line 2

Status Display

Talking

New call

Ringing ( or )

New call

New call

Ringing ( or )

Proactive dialing

Idle

Busy ()

Proactive dialing

New call

Ringing ( or )

Proactive dialing

Talking

Busy ()

Idle

Idle

Idle ()

Multi-account BLF List Display Rules

If multiple accounts have logged in to a phone and a BLF list has been configured for each account, the BLF lists are displayed on the LCD screen of the phone based on the following rules:

  • Status monitoring information about a maximum of three monitoring accounts can be displayed on the phone.
  • The BLF list widget of an account is automatically created on the fifth screen of the home screen. Another two BLF list widgets can be manually added. For details about how to manually add a BLF list widget, see Widgets.
NOTE:
  • A maximum of three BLF list widgets can be created on the LCD home screen of the phone.
  • Status information about the monitored accounts of each monitoring account is displayed following the BLF list widget creation order.
  • Each BLF list widget displays only data (including contact account information and status) of monitored accounts corresponding to the same monitoring account.
NOTE:
  • The order of the monitored accounts in a BLF list is configured on the server.
  • The number of a monitored account configured on the server cannot exceed 32 characters. Otherwise, data of the account cannot be displayed on the phone screen.
  • Status information about a maximum of 15 monitored accounts can be displayed in a BLF list widget.
NOTE:
  • In Table 37-3, BLF list widget 1 is automatically created by the phone and BLF list widgets 2 and 3 are manually added in chronological order.
  • Assume that the BLF lists of the monitoring accounts are generated following the account registration order.
Table 37-3 Multi-account BLF list display examples

Scenario

BLF List Widget 1

BLF List Widget 2

BLF List Widget 3

Four accounts are registered with the phone and 10 monitored accounts are configured for each account.

Displays status information about the 10 monitored accounts of account 1.

Displays status information about the 10 monitored accounts of account 2.

Displays status information about the 10 monitored accounts of account 3.

NOTE:

Status monitoring information about a maximum of three monitoring accounts can be displayed on the phone. Therefore, status information about the monitored accounts of account 4 is not displayed.

Two accounts are registered with the phone and 20 monitored accounts are configured for each account.

Displays status information about the first 15 monitored accounts of account 1.

Displays status information about the last 5 monitored accounts of account 1.

NOTE:

If status information about the monitored accounts of account 1 is not completely displayed in BLF list widget 1, status information about the remaining monitored accounts of account 1 is displayed in BLF list widget 2. The same rule applies to subsequent monitoring accounts.

Displays status information about the first 15 monitored accounts of account 2.

NOTE:

The number of BLF list widgets on the main screen has reached the upper limit. Therefore, status information about 5 remaining monitored accounts of account 2 is not displayed.

One account is registered with the phone and 50 monitored accounts are configured for the account.

NOTE:

The monitored accounts are numbered from 1 to 50.

Displays status information about the monitored accounts 1 to 15 of account 1.

Displays status information about the monitored accounts 16 to 30 of account 1.

Displays status information about the monitored accounts 31 to 45 of account 1.

NOTE:

Status information about a maximum of 45 monitored accounts can be displayed. Therefore, status information about the monitored accounts 46 to 50 is not displayed.

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