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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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Figure 4-1 shows the appearance of the eSpace 7910 IP Phone.

Figure 4-1 Appearance of the eSpace 7910

Figure 4-2 shows the appearance of the eSpace 7950 IP Phone.

Figure 4-2 Appearance of the eSpace 7950

Table 4-1 describes the buttons on the phone.

Table 4-1 Buttons

Button

Description

Contacts button

Displays the Contacts screen.

Home button

Displays the home screen.

NOTE:

You can press and hold down the Home button for 10s and select whether to restore factory settings as prompted.

Call History button (with an LED)

Displays the History screen.

For details about the button LED status, see LED.

Message button

Displays the Message screen.

NOTE:

If the voicemail function is not supported, you can set the button as a Preferences button for displaying the Preferences screen. For details, consult your system administrator.

Keypad

Allows you to enter digits, lowercase or uppercase letters, and special characters.

Line button (with an LED)

Displays the account status. An unused line button can be used as a programmable button.

For details about the button LED status, see LED. If you also want to learn about the meanings of the icons displayed for a line button, see Line Button Icon.

Programmable button (with an LED)

Can be set as the shortcut button of multiple functions such as Speed Dial, XML App, and Phone Lock for eSpace 7910 IP Phone users.

For details about the button LED status, see LED.

NOTE:

Expansion modules can be configured for eSpace 7950 IP Phone users based on actual requirements. The programmable buttons on an expansion module (programmable buttons for short) can be configured as required. The method of setting such a programmable button is the same as that on the eSpace 7910 IP Phone.

Navigation buttons

Provides four arrow buttons (Up, Down, Left, and Right) and one OK button.

  • The arrow buttons allow you to move the cursor on the screen.
  • The OK button functions the same as the highlighted softkey on the current screen, which is used to access the selected main menu.

Forward button (only for eSpace 7950)

Displays the call forward setting page.

Transfer button (only for eSpace 7910)

Transfers a call to a third party. For details about how to use the call transfer function, see Call Transfer.

Hold button (only for eSpace 7910)

  • Holds a call.
  • Resumes a held call.

Conference button (only for eSpace 7910)

Creates a conference call. For details about how to use the conference function, see Local Conference.

Volume button

When the phone is idle or ringing, you can:

  • Press + to turn up the volume of the ringtone.
  • Press - to turn down the volume of the ringtone.

When the phone is offhook, dialing, or in an active call, you can:

  • Press + to turn up the volume of the handset, headset, and speakerphone.
  • Press - to turn down the volume of the handset, headset, and speakerphone.

Speaker button (with an LED)

When a call comes in, you can press the button to answer the call in speaker mode and press the button again to end the call.

For details about the button LED status, see LED.

Headset button (with an LED)

When a call comes in, you can press the button to answer the call in headset mode and press the button again to end the call.

For details about the button LED status, see LED.

Mute button (with an LED)

Turns mute on and off. Mute disables the audio input for your audio devices, such as a headset, speakerphone, or microphone. With mute enabled, you can hear other parties on a call but they cannot hear you.

For details about the button LED status, see LED.

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Updated: 2019-10-30

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