2 Page 2 of 9 Table of Contents Phone Outline... 3 Online System Programming... 4 Logging in to Web Pro:... 4 Changing the Name of a Set:... 4 System Speed Dials:... 4 Changing the Date & Time:... 4 Changing One Touch Key of a Set:... 5 Changing One Touch Key of a Desiless Set:... 5 Changing One Touch Keys for Reception Console: (if Applicable)... 6 Changing Voic to Address for an Employee: (if Applicable)... 6 Deleting/Adding Mailboxes:... 6 Phone System Programming... 7 Clearing Message Waiting Light... 7 Swapping Extension Numbers... 7 Changing Internal Dialing from Voice/Ring... 7 Background Music... 7 Voic Programming... 8 Record Company Greetings... 8 Holiday Greeting Activation/De-Activation... 9 Making Changes to a Mailboxes... 9 IMPORTANT NOTE: The extension and mailbox numbers referenced in this guide are the most commonly used configuration. It does not guarantee that your company will use the same extension and mailbox numbers due to each systems customized configuration. If you are unsure of what numbers were used in your configuration, please call or the NATG service department.
3 Page 3 of 9 Phone Outline Exit Exit s out of various programming Security Locks the phone for security purposes (IP Phones only) Message Indicator Flashes when you have a voic (or a message waiting) Soft Keys Corresponds with what the display says Help Tells how a one touch key is programmed One Touch Keys Programmable buttons for features, lines, int/ext numbers Recall Transfers callers to an external number (if applicable) Feature Used for programming Answer Answers the First incoming call to a specific phone Mic Mutes the microphone while on speakerphone Menu Access to Company Directory, Call History and Ring Settings Directory Speed Dials Up Adjusts the volume on the ringer, handset and speaker Down Adjusts the volume on the ringer, handset and speaker Redial Review the last numbers dialed Speaker Speakerphone Transfer Transfers a call to another extension or external number Hold Places the current call on hold
4 Page 4 of 9 Online System Programming Logging in to Web Pro: 1. Using Internet Explorer, enter IP Address... Note: If you do not have your IP address, please contact your IT department or NATG (charges may apply) 2. Enter User Name: USER1 3. Enter Password: Press Enter OR Click Important Note: When finished making your programming changes, make sure to log out of programming to avoid accidental changes To Log Out: From the Home page, click Logout Changing the Name of a Set: 3. Click on the Details bar next to the extension you would like to change 4. Enter the new employee s name 5. Click Apply when finished System Speed Dials: 3. Choose the speed dial number you d like to program/change (click the right or left arrow to scroll through other pages) 4. Enter the phone number you d like to program (with no 9 in front and no dashes (if it s long distance number you must enter a 1 in front or the number)) 5. Enter the Name of the contact (can be between 1 & 12 characters) (leave all other columns blank) 6. Click Apply when finished Changing the Date & Time: 3. Enter correct date and date information 4. Click Apply when finished
5 Changing One Touch Key of a Set: 3. Click on the Details bar next to the extension you would like to change 4. Click Page 5 of 9 5. Choose the function key you would like to change (ex: Function Key 01 would change key 1 on the phone (to find out the key you would like to change, From the phone you re making changes to, Press Help key(by display) then press the key you d like to program the display will say Line Key XX )). To scroll to the next page of keys, click the right or left arrow. 6. Choose the feature you would like to program on that key, example: a. 01 DSS/One Touch (programs ext s or external # s) b. 03 Do Not Disturb c. 10 Call Forward Immediate d. 05 Headset e. 78 Conversation Recording 7. If choosing 01 DSS/One Touch for extensions or external phone numbers, under Additional Data, enter the extension number or 9 + phone number you d like programmed. 8. Click Apply when finished Changing One Touch Key of a Desiless Set: (if Applicable) 3. Click on the Details bar next to the extension you would like to change 4. Click 5. Choose the function key you would like to change (ex: Function Key 01 would change key 1 on the phone (to find out the key you would like to change, From the phone you re making changes to, Press Help key(by display) then press the key you d like to program the display will say Line Key XX )). To scroll to the next page of keys, click the right or left arrow. 6. Choose the feature you would like to program on that key, Example: a. 01 DSS/One Touch (programs ext # or external # s) b. 03 Do Not Disturb c. 10 Call Forward Immediate d. 05 Headset e. 78 Conversation Record 7. If choosing 01 DSS/One Touch for extensions or external phone numbers, under Additional Data, enter the extension number or 9 + phone number you d like programmed. 8. Under Line Key Name, enter the Name you would like to appear on the button 9. Click Apply when finished
6 Page 6 of 9 Changing One Touch Keys for Reception Console: (if Applicable) 9. Choose the DSS key you would like to program/change (ex: DSS Key 01 would change key 1 on the console (to find out the key you would like to change, From the phone you re making changes to, Press Help key(by display) then press the key you d like to program the display will say Line Key XX )). To scroll to the next page of keys, click the right or left arrow. 3. Under Function, Choose 01 DSS/One Touch 4. Under Additional Dial, Enter an Extension Number OR 9 + Phone Number 5. Click Apply when finished 6. Click the arrows to move to the next page of DSS key s OR click Home to logout Changing Voic to Address for an Employee: (if Applicable) 3. Click 4. Enter new address Deleting/Adding Mailboxes: 3. Beside the Extension you would like to change, click the drop down arrow under Mailbox Type 4. Choose which type of mailbox you d like for that extension: a. Undefined No mailbox ex. Courtesy phone, boardroom b. Personal Basic user mailbox c. Group Mailbox for multiple users to share (ex. Sales, Accounting etc..) 6. Click Apply when finished
7 Page 7 of 9 Phone System Programming Clearing Message Waiting Light Message Waiting is often activated by accident. When calling an employee, you have an option to press the MW (message waiting) soft key (on display). This feature activates their message light and prompts them on the display to call you back but also can mislead you to think you have a voic . If an employee contacts you saying their message light is on but they do not have voic , follow these instructions to cancel it: From the employee s phone that is flashing: 1. Press SPEAKER key, dial Press SPEAKER key Swapping Extension Numbers From the employee s phone that you d like to swap 1. Press SPEAKER key, dial Enter Password Enter the extension to swap it with 4. Press SPEAKER key Changing Internal Dialing from Voice/Ring When calling an employee s extensions you can set the phone to either ring so the employee will have to pick it up(or speaker) or to voice so your voice pages through the speaker of their phone. Here are the instructions on how to change that per phone: From the employee s phone that you would like to change: 1. Press SPEAKER key 2. Dial 721 for VOICE calls or 723 for RING tone 3. Press SPEAKER key Background Music 1. Press SPEAKER key 2. Dial Press SPEAKER key To De-Activate: Press SPEAKER key, Dial 725
8 Page 8 of 9 Voic Programming Record Company Greetings 1. From Extension (usually reception), press VMSG KEY 2. Press 72 to enter system administration 3. Press 4 to record an instruction greeting 4. ENTER the greeting MAILBOX you d like to record: a to record the DAY greeting b to record the NIGHT greeting c to record the HOLIDAY greeting d to record the COMPANY DIRECTORY Greeting e to record the GENERAL INFORMATION Greeting 5. Press 7 to record and follow the prompts 6. Press 5 to listen to your recording and press # to exit listen mode 7. Press # to back up one step to step 3 to record another greeting 8. Hang up when you are finished EXAMPLE: Mailbox 001: (DAY) If you know the extension of the person you are calling, please enter it now. For our Company Directory, press 2 (Goes to Mailbox 004) For hours of operation and location, press 3 (Goes to Sub Menu 005) To reach reception or leave a general message, please remain on the line or press 0. Mailbox 002: (NIGHT) We are currently closed. Our regular business hours are If you know the extension of the person you are calling, please enter it now. For our Company Directory, press 2 (Goes to Mailbox 004) For location and fax information, press 3 (Goes to Sub Menu 005) To leave a general message for reception, please remain on the line or press 0. Mailbox 004: (COMPANY DIRECTORY) For, please press For, please press For, please press For, please press
9 Page 9 of 9 Mailbox 005: (GENERAL INFORMATION) Our regular business hours are We are located at Our fax number is Please visit us online at www Mailbox 003: (HOLIDAY). We are currently closed for the Christmas holiday and will re open If you know the extension of the person you are calling please enter it now. For our Company Directory, press 2 (Goes to Mailbox 004) For hours of operation and location, press 3 (Goes to Sub Menu 005) To leave a general message, please remain on the line or press 0. Holiday Greeting Activation/De-Activation 1. Record a holiday greeting.. ((Mailbox 003) see page 5 for instructions) 2. From Extension (usually reception), press VMSG KEY 3. Press 72 for system administration 4. Press 6 for override 5. When asked for the table: enter Press ON soft key on display 7. Press SPEAKER TO DE-ACTIVATE: Follow steps 2 5; at step 6, Press OFF soft key Making Changes to a Mailboxes 1. From Extension (usually reception), press VMSG KEY 2. Press 72 for system administration 3. Press 7 for subscriber mailbox maintenance 4. ENTER the MAILBOX NUMBER you d like to Change 5. Choose from one of the following options: a. Press 32 to ERASE all MESSAGES in a mailbox b. Press 34 to ERASE the GREETING in a mailbox c. Press 36 to ERASE the RECORDED NAME for the mailbox d. Press 7 to DELETE the SECURITY CODE for a mailbox e. Press 6 to RECORD the NAME for a mailbox
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