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User Guide

eSpace 7910 and 7950 IP Phone V200R003C30

Describes the services supported by the eSpace 7910&7950 IP phones and the implementation of such services.

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Buttons

Buttons

If you cannot configure programmable buttons or line buttons on your phone LCD screen, contact your system administrator.

Home Screen Softkey

After services are enabled on the server, the corresponding softkeys are displayed on the home screen of the IP phone. You can press a softkey to go to the service setting screen or enable/disable the service.

Table 5-1 lists softkeys displayed on the home screen. For details about how to use the softkey of each service, see Phone Usage.

Table 5-1 Home screen softkeys and corresponding services

Softkey

Service

Conf

Server meeting

Absent

Absent

Status

Presence

Forward

Call Forward

DND

DND

PickUp

Pickup

GPickUp

Group Pickup

Unpark

Call Park

Switch

One-Key Switch

Callback list

Auto Callback

  • In the scenario where multiple numbers are registered with a phone, home screen softkeys including the Redial key is effective only to the primary number (first number) of the phone.
  • The Call Forward, DND, Presence, and Absent services are effective to all registered number on the phone.

Programmable Buttons

Programmable buttons are arranged from top to bottom. The following describes how to set a programmable button to a Speed Dial button:

  1. On the home screen, choose Apps > Pref. > Buttons. Select Expansion Module (for eSpace 7950) or Programmable Buttons (for eSpace 7910) to access the programmable button setting screen.

    To access the programmable buttons setting screen, press and hold a programmable button for at least 3 seconds.

  2. Select a programmable button on the expansion module and press Modify.
  3. Select Speed Dial and press Select.
  4. Set the parameters.

    Table 5-2 describes the parameters of programmable buttons.

  5. Press Done.
Table 5-2 Functions of programmable buttons

Function

Parameter

Description

Usage

None

-

-

No function is configured for the programmable button.

Speed Dial

Number

Allows you to dial a number directly by pressing the programmable button.

In the UC2.X network environment, you can enter the paging group access code.

NOTE:

On the phone screen, you can set the phone number of a contact from the contact list, contact group, directory, or call history as a speed dial number. However, on the phone web page, you cannot add speed dial numbers from the directory or call history.

Press the programmable button to dial the number.

Before using the BLF, ensure that your account has been assigned the BLF rights. For any questions, contact your system administrator.

For details about the operations related to BLF, see BLF.

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

BLF

Monitors the status of the phone number in real time, including idle, ringing, talking, and offline states. (In the IMS+UC network environment, the away state is also supported.)

In the UC2.X network environment, the paging group function cannot take effect at the same time as the BLF function.

Select Callout Account

Allows you to select an account from which to call a number.

DTMF

Access Code

Indicates the access code to dial in two-stage dialing.

NOTE:

The access code is a string of at most 16 characters that can contain only digits, asterisks (*), and number signs (#).

On the calling screen, press the programmable button. The IP phone plays the announcement asking you to enter the access code and at the same time, displays the access code on the phone screen.

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

XML App

XML Address

Indicates the website in the format of http://IP address/File name, for example, http://192.168.1.72/Menu.xml.

Press the programmable button to go to the specified website.

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

Group

-

Allows you to select an existing group and press Select to save the group settings.

Press the programmable button to go to the screen of the specified group.

Sleep

-

-

Press the programmable button for the phone to enter sleep mode.

For eSpace 7950, the expansion module connected to it also enters sleep mode.

Phone Lock

-

-

Press the programmable button to lock the phone.

For details about how to unlock a phone, see Phone Unlock.

Call Forward

Call Forward

Allows you to select a forward mode.

Press the programmable button to go to the call forward setting screen.

For details about the operations related to call forward, see Call Forward.

Voicemail

Forwards calls to the voicemail.

Number

Forwards calls to a third-party number.

DND

-

-

Press the programmable button to enable or disable DND.

For details about DND-related operations, see DND.

Call Park

-

-

Press the programmable button to park a call.

For details about the operations related to call park, see Call Park.

Pickup

Pickup

Answers calls for a specified account.

NOTE:

In the EC6.X or UC2.X network environment, you can configure speed dial. After the configuration, if the status of a monitored user is idle, you can call this user by speed dial.

Press the programmable button to answer calls for other users.

For details about pickup-related operations, see Call Pickup.

Gpickup

Answers calls for users in the same group.

BLF

Monitors the status of the phone number in real time, including idle, ringing, talking, and offline states. (In the IMS+UC network environment, the away state is also supported.)

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

Select Account

Allows you to select an account for answering calls.

Hunt Group

Access Code

Indicates the access code of the configured hunt group.

Press the programmable button to sign in to or sign out of the hunt group.

NOTE:
  • If your account is statically signed in to the hunt group, sign-out is not supported.
  • For details about the operations related to hunt group, see Hunt Group.

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

Select Callout Account

Selects an account as the number in a hunt group.

Virtual Voicemail

-

Selects a hunt group.

Press the programmable button to retrieve messages from the virtual voicemail of a hunt group.

For details about the operations related to virtual voicemail, see Virtual Voicemail.

Paging Group

-

-

Press the programmable button to access the screen of paging group call list.

For details about the operations related to paging group, see Paging Group.

SOA

Number

Consists of AT0 trunk SOA prefix+OSU board slot number+AT0 trunk port number.

For example, *25*101 (indicating that the OSU board slot number is 1, and the AT0 trunk port number is 01)

Press the programmable button to access the dialing screen.

Callout Account

Select an account as the outgoing calling number.

Label

Displays the function name of the programmable button, which can be customized.

BLF (available in VFOneNet)

NOTE:

The BLF function can be configured separately only after the BLF button configuration rights are assigned.

Number

Select an account as the status monitoring number and monitor whether the number is online in real time.

For details about the operations related to BLF, see BLF.

In the scenario where multiple numbers are registered with a phone, call services configured through programmable buttons on the phone are applicable or effective only to the primary number (first number) of the phone.

Line Buttons

Only unused line buttons can be set to shortcut buttons.

You can perform the following steps to set a line button:

  1. On the home screen, choose Apps > Pref. > Buttons > Line Buttons.

    • The label name of a line button contains a maximum of 63 characters.
    • You can press and hold down an idle line button (a line button that does not have any account configured) for about 3s to directly access the line button setting screen.

  2. Select a line button to use and press Modify.
  3. Select a function to use and set the parameters. For details, see Programmable Buttons.

# as Dial

You can perform the following steps to set the pound key (#) as the Callout button:

  1. On the home screen, choose Apps > Pref. > Buttons.
  2. Select # as Dial and press Enable or Disable.

Redial Button

The Redial button allows you to redial the last dialed number. For details about how to set and use the Redial button, see Placing Calls Using the Redial Button.

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