2 Quick Guide Content Initial Login and Setup... 4 Introducing Masergy Unity... 4 Logging In/Out of Call Center Groups... 4 Hoteling... 4 Window Layout... 5 Resizing Masergy Unity... 5 Maximizing and Minimizing... 5 Getting Started... 5 Using Masergy Unity from the System Tray... 5 Call Control... 5 Make a Call... 6 End a Call... 6 Redial... 6 Answering a Call... 6 Send To Voic Transferring a Call...7 Announced Transfer...7 Blind Transfer...7 Transfer to Voic ...7 Transfer To Mobile... 8 Call Hold... 8 Placing a Call On Hold... 8 Retrieving a Held Call... 8 Conference Calling... 8 Setting-Up a Conference Call... 8 Ending a Conference Call... 9 Active Call Window... 9 Redirected Calls... 9 Managing Multiple Calls... 9 Managing Conference Calls... 9 Resizing the Active Call Window... 9 User Status Tool Tips...10 Adding/Removing Users...10 Transferring Calls Within User Status Call Pickup Change View Directories Making Calls Using Directories Using the Personal Directory Contact Search...13 Custom Directories...13 Setting Up Custom Directories...13 Removing Custom Directories...14 Call Logs...14 Adding Call Log Entries to the Personal Directory...14 My Status...15 Instant Messaging...16 Sending an Instant Message...16 Instant Message Dialogue Box...16 Managing Messages and Users Calling from the IM Dialogue Box Preferences & Settings...17 My Services CommPilot Express [My Status] Voice Messaging...18 Settings Computer/Phone Integration...18 Summary Pop Up...19 Screen popping Web Base Applications...19 Quick Keys...20 Skins...20
3 Auto Updates Connectivity>>Options Appearance General Trial Licences Masergy Unity Version System Requirements Operating System...23 Internet...23 Hardware Specification...23 FAQ / Troubleshooting... 23
4 Introducing Masergy Unity Welcome to Masergy Unity. Masergy Unity is a Microsoft Windows based application that simplifies the making and receiving of calls for Masergy users. Featuring an intuitive icon based interface, Masergy Unity provides point and click call control within the familiar desktop environment. Masergy Unity improves workgroup collaboration by bringing users closer to each other and simplifying internal and external communication. Logging In/Out of Call Center Groups Masergy Unity supports the ability to dynamically log into and out of call center groups. Select Call Centers from the Tools menu. The call centers to which the user belongs are displayed. Log In/Out as appropriate. Initial Login and Setup Masergy Unity requires an initial configuration in order to your communicate with Masergy. Masergy Unity will retain login credentials for later use. Click then select the Settings tab. From the list on the left select Connectivity Authentication Enter your ten digit phone number as the Login ID. No dashes, no spaces.. e.g Enter your web portal password as the password. To complete and save settings click the green tick at bottom right. Masergy Unity will now display a dialogue box Logging in as the application opens. Hoteling Masergy Unity provides the Hoteling Guest with simplified login to available Hoteling Host extensions. When Masergy Unity is closed the user is prompted to logout of the Host extension.
5 Getting Started Window Layout Masergy Unity is split into three functional areas; Call Control, Active Call Window and User Status. The Active Call Window will display the status of all current calls. User Status will populate with users in your department by default. You are limited to displaying 20 users. Using Masergy Unity from the System Tray In its minimized state, Masergy Unity offers the ability to change My Status profiles, edit Settings & Preferences and make a call. Right click the Masergy Unity icon in the system tray to open the menu and left click to select Resizing Masergy Unity Masergy Unity can be dragged from the bottom right corner to the required size. The Active Call Window resizes independently by dragging the border at the bottom of the window [where the lower red line is in the illustration above]. When Masergy Unity is closed, all current settings will be saved. Maximizing and Minimizing Masergy Unity can also be maximized and minimized using the standard buttons in the top right hand corner of the application. When minimized, Masergy Unity appears in the system tray in the bottom right hand corner of the desktop where the Masergy Unity icon will be displayed To re-open Masergy Unity, simply double click this icon, or right click and select Restore from the menu. See also Using Masergy Unity from the System Tray See also Make A Call See also My Status See also CommPilot Express [My Profiles] Call Control Active calls are managed through the Call Control Buttons at the top of the application. The Answer/ Release and Hold/Retrieve icons toggle as only one of these options will be valid at any time. For example, when an inbound call is ringing Answer becomes a valid option. Once the call is active the icon will toggle to Release as hanging up is the valid option. See also Active Call Window
6 Make a Call Click the Dial button to bring up the Make A Call dialogue box Redial Right click the Dial Left click a number to redial. icon to see a list of the last 5 dialled numbers. See also Active Call Window See also Quick Keys Enter the number on the PC keyboard and click the green tick to make the call. The desk telephone will default to using hands-free speakerphone. If the telephone does not support speakerphone, you will need to lift the handset when the call is answered See also Active Call Window See also Quick Keys End a Call Click the Release icon If there is more than one call in progress, first click the call in the Active Call Window, then click Release. Note: Replacing the telephone handset will also end the call. See also Quick Keys Answering a Call When Masergy Unity displays an inbound call, click the Answer call in icon, or double click the the Active Call Window, to connect the call. Your desk telephone will now be on hands-free speakerphone, if it supports this feature with Masergy Unity. If there is an active call in progress, you will need to click the new inbound call in the Active Call Window before clicking Answer. This will automatically place the first caller on Hold Note: Answering a call by lifting the handset on the desk phone will have the same effect as clicking Answer. See also Active Call Window See also Quick Keys Send To Voic To send an inbound caller directly to your Voic click Send to Voic Note: If Voic is not assigned or is disabled, the button becomes disabled. See also Voice Messaging See also Quick Keys
7 Transferring a Call There are two ways to transfer a call; Announced Transfer, where you introduce the call to the receiving party before putting the call through, and Blind Transfer, where you transfer the caller directly to a recipient without introducing the call. See also Quick Keys Announced Transfer Receive and answer an inbound call. Make a new call to the desired destination extension, either by clicking Dial double clicking an Blind Transfer While on an active call right click the recipient in either User Status or Directory and select either Transfer Call To Extension or Transfer call To Mobile. This will send the caller directly to the destination number. The original call will now disappear from the Active Call Window. To Blind Transfer the call to a new number, select the call from the Active Call Window and click Transfer Available colleague in User Status or double clicking a Group Directory or Personal Directory entry [link Making Calls Using Directories]. This will automatically place the first caller on Hold and will initiate a new call in the Active Call Window. Once the called party answers, click Transfer to connect the call. Both calls will now disappear from the Active Call Window. If you have multiple active calls, make sure you first select the call you wish to transfer by clicking on it in the active call window. This will pop a Transfer Call dialogue box. Enter the destination number and click the green tick or press Enter. The call will be transferred and will disappear from your Active Call Window. See also Active Call Window See also User Status Transfer to Voic The option to Transfer to Voic is valid only for internal company users that have Voic . While on an active call, right click in User Status and select Transfer to Voic . This will send the inbound caller direct to the destination extension voic without introducing ringing. See also Making calls Using Directories See also Active Call Window See also User Status Note: Transfer to Voic is only available for users that have Voic and have it activated. See also Voice Messaging See also User Status See also Quick Keys
8 Transfer To Mobile If the destination user has a mobile number entered as part of their profile in Masergy, you have the option to right click and select either Dial Mobile or Transfer Call To Mobile. To announce the call, click Dial Mobile. Once the recipient answers click Transfer To blind transfer the call without introduction click Transfer Call To Mobile Note: If the user does not have a mobile number entered as part of their BroadWorks user profile the Dial Mobile and Transfer to Mobile options are not displayed. Call Hold The Hold/ Status of Retrieve function toggles depending on the the current active call. Hold is only available for a current call while Retrieve is only a valid option for a call currently on Hold. When a call is on Hold, the red Hold icon is shown in miniature to the right of the call in the Active Call Window Placing a Call On Hold To place a current active call on Hold, press the red Hold as On Hold in the Active Call Window and there will be Retrieving a Held Call Click the held call in the Active Call Window to select it. Click the the call off hold. See also Active Call Window See also Quick Keys icon. The call status will now show an On Hold icon alongside the call. Retrieve button to take Conference Calling A Conference Call can be established with any combination of internal and external numbers. The total number of parties that can be supported is determined by your licensing. Masergy also offers Six-Way calling. Please call customer service for assistance. Setting-Up a Conference Call Once an active call is established, that you have either made or received, call a third person. You can do this by clicking the Dial button or double clicking a user in User Status or the Directories. Making this call will automatically place the first caller on Hold. Once the third party has answered click the Conference button and all three parties are active on the conference call. The other parties on the conference call are displayed in the Active Call Window with Status as Active (Conference). Clicking either call will select the conference as a whole, which can then be placed on Hold or disconnected in the same manner as any other call.
9 Ending a Conference Call Click Release to end the call as you would any other. Both other parties will be disconnected. See also Active call Window See also Managing Conference Calls Active Call Window The Active Call Window gives visual representation of the status of all current calls. This includes the caller [From], number called [To], Duration and hold/active/ringing Status. Where the calling number [From] is matched to the Group or Personal Directory, the caller name rather than number will be displayed. The number called [To] field will Managing Multiple Calls To manage a particular call, first select it by clicking it in the Active Call Window. Once the call is highlighted you can place it on hold/retrieve, transfer the call or talk to the caller. All calls that are currently on held will display On Hold in Status and the red On Hold icon will display at the far left of the call Managing Conference Calls Once a conference call has been established, both other parties are shown as separate calls in display the user name, destination extension or Hunt group that has been called to enable the call to be answered appropriately. Redirected Calls Where a call has been made to a colleague that has forwarded the call, the call Status will change to Active (Redirection) and the To number will change to the number they are currently on rather than the number that was originally dialled the Active Call Window. The call status for both will be Active (Conferencing). Clicking either call will select the conference as a whole, which can then be placed on Hold or disconnected in the same manner as any other call. Resizing the Active Call Window The bottom border of the Active Call Window can be dragged to display as many or as few active calls as necessary. Masergy Unity will save these dimensions when closed. See also Resizing Masergy Unity See also Maximizing and Minimizing
10 User Status Tool Tips Left clicking and hovering over a user icon will give detailed information about their current status. For example, hovering over a Particular to Red icon will indicate who they are talking User Status gives a visual indication of the Busy/Available status of colleagues. By default Masergy Unity is populated with users in your Department. You are limited to displaying 20 users. There are four user states; and the current duration of the call. The same action for Unavailable users will indicate their current Status ie Do Not Disturb, Busy or Unavailable. This feature can be disabled for the entire Available -The user s telephone is idle and ready, they have set their Status to either Available - In Office or Available Out of Office and their telephone is not currently off hook. They are free to receive a call. Ringing -The user s telephone is ringing. group. To disable it, please call Masergy. On the Phone -The user is currently off hook on the telephone See also User Status Unavailable Busy or Unavailable. -The user has set their Status to Do Not Disturb, See also My Status See also Adding/Removing Users Adding/Removing Users Masergy Unity is populated with colleagues in the user Department. However, this cannot exceed the population limits of 20 for Masergy Unity.
11 Transferring Calls Within User Status Blind Transfer - While on an active call, right click an off hook or Available colleague in User Status and select Blind Transfer. This will send the inbound caller direct to the destination extension or number without introducing the call. Announced Transfer While on an active call, double click an Available colleague in User Status. This will automatically place the original on Hold and a new call to your colleague will appear in the Active Call Window. Once your colleague answers, introduce the call then click Transfer. Both calls will now disappear from the Active Call Window. Note: Only Blind Transfer and Transfer To Voic (if the user has enabled voic ) are available for users on the phone If there are multiple active calls, highlight the call on Hold you wish to transfer and then click Transfer. Transfer to Voic While on an active call, right click a Red Icon or Available colleague in User Status and select Transfer To Voic . This will send the inbound caller direct to your colleague s voic without the telephone ringing. Note: If Voic is not assigned the button becomes disabled See also Enabling/Disabling Voic in Voce Messaging See also Active Call Window
12 Directories Call Pickup Directories are lists of frequently dialled numbers, conveniently stored for easy access. Masergy Unity features two default Directories; Group Directory and Personal Directory. Group Directory - The Group Directory is a common list of all company users. As new users added to your system they will appear in you Group Directory. You cannot change this directory from within Masergy Unity. If the user has a mobile number as part of their User Profile this will be displayed in the Mobile column alongside their name. Personal Directory - The Personal Directory provides a number list that only you can see. See also Setting Up Custom Directories Right click a ringing user to access Call Pick Up and intercept the call. (If setup by your administrator) Change View Right click in User Status and select change View to toggle between Icon and List views. The List view displays Tool Tip information on the status of active calls for your monitored users. Making Calls Using Directories Double click a user to call their extension. Alternatively right click to dial their Extension or Mobile [if one has been entered as part of the User Profile] See also Active Call Window Using the Personal Directory To open the Personal Directory, select it from the Directory Name drop box in the Directories tab See also Tool Tips Double click an entry to make a call. To add an entry to the Personal Directory, right click anywhere in the main tab window and select Add Personal Contact. Complete the Add Phone List Entry when prompted and click OK to save. To remove an entry, right click it and select Remove.
13 Contact Search To search all directories enter a user name in the Contact Search text box. Masergy Unity will dynamically scroll results as the contact name is entered to display the best available match Setting Up Custom Directories Select Tools>>Custom Directories>>Create New from the menu. The Custom Directory Wizard will guide you through setting up the directory. Note: Contact Search will not dynamically search Custom Directories [if they have been set-up]. Custom Directories will be searched when either ENTER is pressed or the Search icon is clicked. See also Custom Directories Custom Directories Custom Directories are external databases that Masergy Unity can reference to make an outbound call and to populate the To field in the Active Call Window on an inbound call. To search a custom directory select it from the Directories drop box in the Directories tab or begin typing in the Contact Search box. The Custom Directory will be searched when either ENTER is pressed or the Search icon is clicked. Make a call by double clicking the Custom Directory entry See also Computer/Phone Integration See also Removing Custom Directories See also Setting Up Custom Directories
14 Removing Custom Directories Select Tools>>Custom Directory from the menu. Select Remove Existing then select the custom directory to remove from the Remove Directory dialogue box. Adding Call Log Entries to the Personal Directory Right click a Call Log entry. Click Add Personal Directory Entry and complete the Add Phone List Entry dialogue box. Click the green tick to save and close. Call Logs The Call Logs tab displays Missed, Received and Dialled Calls in chronological order. Double click any entry to make a call or right click to Add to Personal Directory. The Call logs tab will show the number of missed calls, if there are any. See also Adding call Log Entries to the Personal Directory See also Using the Personal Directory
15 My Status My Status performs two functions; providing a series of preset conditions to control and route inbound calls and alerting colleagues as to your availability. There are several settings, We do not recommend you use options 1-4 (CommPilot Express) as it conflicts with many of the other features such as call forwarding, Masergy Anywhere, and Simultaneous Ring. You should set it to 5. (None) for no special handling. 6. (Do Not Disturb) To go directly to voic . 7 (Out of Office Assistant) to provide a visual cue to your fellow Masergy Unity group members. Available - In Office Available - Out of Office Busy Unavilable None Do Not Disturb Out of Office Assistant Green icon in User Status Green icon in User Status Grey icon in User Status Grey icon in User Status Green icon in User Status Grey icon in User Status Grey icon in User Status To toggle between the settings click on My Status at the far right/ middle of the main Masergy Unity window and select from the drop box. When you choose Out of Office Assistant, you have several additional choices. The first option allows you to set it for a specific time/date to begin and end. You can also set call forwarding for this time if you choose. 1. Add a scheduled item The following options begin now and have no end time settings. Your Masergy Unity will read, until further notice. 2. In a meeting 3. Out to lunch 4. Out of the office 5. On leave 6. Away sick To clear your status choose, Clear Current Status. See also My Status in User Status See also Using Masergy Unity from the System Tray Note: The My Status link is only displayed when the CommPilot Express service has been assigned to the user by the Masergy. The Do No Disturb status is only available if the Do No Disturb license has been assigned to the user by the administrator. If the user has Do Not Disturb assigned but not CommPilot Express, the My Status link will not be available and the user will have to use the Settings window to turn this feature on and off. See also My Services
16 Instant Messaging Instant Messaging [IM] Masergy Unity provides company wide Instant Messaging to colleagues from within User Status and the Group Directory. There is no separate login required. To receive a message, the recipient must have Masergy Unity open. They will be shown as in User Status. Instant Message Dialogue Box Enter text in the bottom dialogue window and press Enter or click Send Message Note: Users on the phone can still receive an instant message. Sending an Instant Message Right click the user icon/name in User Status or the Group Directory and select Instant Message From User Status Clicking will end the conversation and close the Dialogue Box When a user closes the Masergy Unity application the Dialogue Box will show that they are offline From Group Directory Clicking Instant Message will open the Instant Message Dialogue Box Note: If the recipient does not have Masergy Unity open then the Instant Message option will not be displayed. Note: Message participants changing their Profile to Unavailable, Busy or activating Do Not Disturb will not make them appear offline for IM
17 Preferences & Settings Managing Messages and Users Multiple instant messages from different parties will open in separate Dialogue Boxes. From within the dialogue box additional participants can be invited to the conversation by clicking which will pop the Manage Users interface Note: Only users that have Masergy Unity open will be displayed in Manage Users. Calling from the IM Dialogue Box Clicking the icon will make a call to the IM recipient My Services My Services provides access to common telephony features. This is not linked to My Status profiles and will override My Status settings. For example, activating Simultaneous Ring here will make that service active against all My Status profiles. Services Call Forward Always Divert all calls to a specified number Call Forward Busy Divert all calls when you are on the phone Call Forward No Answer Divert all unanswered calls to a specified number Do Not Disturb Block all incoming calls Remote Office Specify another number to temporarily act as your extension Simultaneous Ring Specify another number[s] to ring concurrently with your extension CommPilot Express [My Status] We do not recommend you use CommPilot Express as it conflicts with many of the other features such as call forwarding, Masergy Anywhere, and Simultaneous Ring. CommPilot Express allows call handling options to be change depending on your availability. Once these profiles have been set-up, you can change profile by using the My Status drop box in the main Masergy Unity window The editable profiles are: Available In Office Available Out Of Office Unavailable Busy Unavailable - Away
18 Settings Voice Messaging Voic Turns voic on/off and voic / integration Note: Where voic has been enabled for a user, the default Call Forwards are to voic Computer/Phone Integration Phone Number Lookup Directory Provides a name match on an inbound call against an external database. If matched, the name will populate the To field in the Active Call Window when the call is delivered. Contact Search Directory Enables an external database to by dynamically searched within the Contact Search [link to Contact Search] field Note: External directories are only visible in the drop box if they have been connected. [Link Setting Up Custom Directories]. See also Setting Up Custom Directories Pop Masergy Unity Masergy Unity will open when an inbound call is presented Auto Hide When Call Completes Masergy Unity will minimize to the system tray when a call is disconnected. See also Using Masergy Unity from the System Tray See also Send To Voic See also Transfer To Voic See also Summary Pop Up See also Screen Popping Web Based Applications
19 Summary Pop Up When selected, the optional Summary Pop Up appears above the System Tray in the bottom right hand corner of the screen when a call is presented or made. The Summary Pop Up has two call control buttons to answer the call, which will then pop Masergy Unity, or Send To Voic Link Answering A Call Link Send to Voic By clicking the call detail information [the To/From detail] in the Summary Pop Up, the user answers the call and Masergy Unity will open the default browser and navigate to the specified URL from above, adding a parameter with the CLI of the calling number. This will enable the third party web application to pop the call. This is particularly useful in a help desk/call center environment where an intranet based application is used. See also Answering a Call See also Send to Voic See also Screen Popping Web based Applications Screen popping Web Base Applications Within the Settings & Preferences>>Settings menu, it is possible to specify a URL in the Browse URL field. When the user receives an inbound call, the Summary Pop Up, window will appear above the system tray in the lower right hand corner of the screen [provided Pop Summary Notification is activated]. See also Summary Pop Up
20 Quick Keys Quick Keys are keyboard shortcuts that perform preset actions. You can customise these shortcuts by mapping keys to functions from the drop box Skins The Masergy Unity color schemes and logos are driven from the path in the Brand URL field. It is not expected that users will need to change this path. Doing so may cause Masergy Unity to malfunction.
21 Auto Updates Masergy Unity is an auto updating application. To make sure you are always on the latest version ensure Auto Update Masergy Unity When Required is ticked. Connectivity>>Options Masergy Unity sends keep alive messages to the system to keep firewall ports open and generally maintain connectivity. Leave this box checked with the default 30 seconds interval. If you are connecting through a Proxy Server enter your login credentials. See also Masergy Unity Version See also Initial Login and Setup
22 General Appearance Select where Masergy Unity will sit when minimized and to have Masergy Unity on top of all other windows. Trial Licence If you are using Masergy Unity on a trial licence, you can see when the licence is set to expire in Help>> About. Masergy Unity Version The current Masergy Unity version will be displayed in Help>>About If you have Auto Updates activated, Masergy Unity will update itself as newer versions become available. See Also Auto Update
23 System Requirements FAQ / Troubleshooting Operating System Masergy Unity is designed for use on Windows 98, 2000 and XP, with the Microsoft.NET framework installed. Internet Masergy Unity requires Internet access and visibility of the Masergy system. Hardware Specification Minimum spec: Intel Pentium III processor, 64MB RAM Other users say my icon is grey in their Masergy Unity why is that? You have set you re M Status to either Unavailable or Busy. Change it back to Available or None. See Also My Status I cannot see any users in my User Status Call Masergy. They may not have allocated you a service called Phone Status Monitoring that User Status needs to work properly. Which Users populate User Status by default? By default Masergy Unity will display the first 20 users in your Phone Status Monitoring user list as setup by your administrator. The first time Masergy Unity is loaded it will ensure that 20 users are displayed, if there are that many users in the Group. I don t get the orange ringing icon or tool tip in User Status Call Masergy. They may not have allocated you a service called Attendant Console that User Status needs to work properly. My call control buttons do not work Call Masergy. They may not have allocated you a service called Client Call Control which the call control buttons need to work properly. I get an error message saying The connections has been unexpectedly severed Masergy Unity sends keep alive messages to the Masergy servers every 30 seconds. This message means that somewhere between you PC and the Masergy servers, connectivity has been lost. Often this is a temporary problem caused by an Internet connection timing out. Please restart Masergy Unity. If the problem persists, contact Masergy Customer Service. See also Connectivity>>Options
24 I do not have My Status The My Status option is only displayed when the CommPilot Express user service has been assigned to the user by the System Provider. I cannot put my phone on Do Not Disturb The Do No Disturb status is only available if the Do Not Disturb service license has been assigned to the user by the administrator. If the user has Do Not Disturb assigned but not CommPilot Express, the My Status link will not be available and the user will have to use the Settings window to turn this feature on and off.
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