1 Receptionist Console User Guide Receptionist Console User Guide Produced by Daisy Group. The information in this document is not a contract and may be subject to change. We reserve the right to change core functionality while maintaining continuous delivery. Version Release 1.0 Uncontrolled when printed working with
2 Contents Introduction pg.04 Dialler pg.15 Common deployments pg.05 Current calls pg.16 Key benefits pg.06 Conference call panel pg.17 System & hardware requirements pg.07 Call states and actions pg.18 JAVA requirement pg.09 Contacts pane pg.19 Service activation procedure pg.10 Directory management bar pg.20 Service enablement pg.10 Directories list pg.20 Launch Receptionist from web portal pg.10 Search tab pg.20 Access Receptionist from the web browser pg.11 Favourites tab pg.21 Sign-in restrictions pg.12 Group/Enterprise tab pg.21 Sign out pg.12 Group/Enterprise common tab pg.21 Set up your environment (Enterprise edition) pg.12 Personal tab pg.22 Change your password pg.13 Speed dial tab pg.22 Explore workspace pg.13 Queues tab (Enterprise edition) pg.22 Logo pane pg.14 Custom directories tabs (Enterprise edition) pg.23 Global message area pg.14 Outlook tab (Enterprise edition) pg.23 Settings, help and sign out links pg.14 Search results rabs pg.23 Signed-in user information pg.14 Queued calls pane (Enterprise edition) pg.24 Call console pg.15 Controls pg.25 Header pg.15 Call action buttons pg.27 2
3 Manage calls pg.29 Transfer to voic pg.35 Drag and drop call onto contact pg.29 Park and camp calls pg.36 View call information pg.30 Conduct busy camp on pg.36 View current calls pg.30 Conduct group call park (Enterprise edition) pg.36 Save a vcard pg.31 Manage conference calls pg.37 Open URL pg.31 Barge in on call pg.38 Answer calls pg.31 Record calls pg.38 Pick up call pg.32 Start call recording pg.38 Put call on hold pg.32 Pause and resume call recording pg.39 Make and end calls pg.32 Stop call recording pg.39 Dial ad hoc number pg.32 Message contacts (Enterprise edition) pg.39 Dialler pg.33 Send to contact pg.39 Redial number pg.33 Manage contacts pg.39 Dial contact pg.33 Show/hide directories pg.40 Speed dial pg.34 View directory content pg.40 Dial from history pg.34 Search contacts pg.40 Transfer calls pg.34 Perform quick search pg.41 Blind transfer call pg.34 Perform regular search pg.41 Conduct supervised transfer pg.35 Create directory from search results pg.42 Transfer with consultation pg.35 Manage personal contacts pg.43
4 Add and delete a personal contact pg.43 Configure Receptionist pg.51 Manage speed dial entries pg.44 Settings General pg.52 Add speed dial entry pg.44 Account pg.52 Monitor contacts pg.45 Screen pop pg.53 Static monitoring pg.45 Time format pg.53 Dynamic monitoring (Enterprise edition) pg.46 Workspace pg.53 Request dynamic monitoring pg.46 Applications pg.54 Manage call history pg.47 Queue membership pg.55 View call history pg.47 Service settings pg.55 Delete call history pg.47 Plug-ins pg.56 Manage queued calls (Enterprise edition) pg.47 Notification pg.57 Select call centres to manage pg.48 Microsoft Outlook pg.57 Modify number of calls to display pg.48 Program shortcuts pg.58 View queued calls pg.49 Messaging settings pg.58 Retrieve call from queue pg.49 Messaging pg.59 Transfer call between queues pg.49 About pg.59 Promote call in queue (Premium Call Center) pg.50 Keyboard shortcuts pg.60 Group calls pg.50 Order queued calls pg.51
5 Introduction Receptionist Console sometimes referred to as Receptionist, is a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) application, hosted by Daisy, running over a web browser. It is a web-based Attendant Console designed to be used by receptionists and telephone operators who screen inbound calls for their businesses, via a web browser, instead of on premise equipment. It has been developed to be used in conjunction with Daisy s CloudSelect Voice service. Receptionist provides a full set of Call Control features such as large scale line monitoring, queuing, multiple directory options and views which are all key requirements for large or distributed organisations. This document is designed to explain the core features of the Receptionist Console, as well as the steps needed to install and access the service. This guide includes all three of the available editions of Receptionist Console, see your account manager to decided which one is right for you: Receptionist Office supports up to eight lines and is designed for the small office Receptionist Small Business supports up to 30 lines and is designed for SME Receptionist Enterprise supports large or multi-site companies Click here to see how CloudSelect TM Voice can help your business 4
6 Common deployments A traditional receptionist role combines both screening of incoming calls for key areas of the business as well as ensuring core call routing is working as efficiently as possible to deliver calls to the right locations. Calls can be answered and directed to the right contact or can be re-routed via blind transfer; this is possible either by using a desk phone from the Yealink and Polycom range or via a softphone headset. Using the Console, the receptionist is able to monitor or search a directory of up to 800 contacts as well as pin a fixed list of 200 favourite contacts to their console for simple monitoring of call groups or contacts (Enterprise edition only). The receptionist can manage multiple calls via an easy-to-use web interface providing additional information about the call. Additional features are also available, such as the ability to attach a caller to a specific extension for when it becomes available, through to managing ad hoc conference calls or adjusting the order of callers in a queue. The soft Receptionist Console can be used for a single number or a single user, though typically it is used for multiple-site or small to medium-sized businesses. The Receptionist Console delivers the following benefits to users: Efficiency improvements as only valid options are presented to the user. Professional call handling as critical information is made available to the user in real time. Web-based interface, accessible from a web browser, in any location where an internet connection is available. An easy-to-use interface aligned with the CloudSelect Voice service. 5
7 Key benefits Fast, professional response Contact searching allows end users to find the contact needed quickly using indexed and keyword searches. Phone and contact status saves time. VIP priority Caller ID shows who is calling and who the user is calling at all times. Calls get answered faster and customers can easily reach the people they need, with minimal wait time. Professional call handling Receptionists can see critical information in real-time, with features and functionality not available on legacy premise-based systems. Intuitive design Web-based client/user interface follows the natural work flow of a call across the PC screen. Assured availability Attendant functionality can be accessed from anywhere with a PC and broadband connection, removing the need for receptionists to be at any one specific physical location. Completely integrated The Receptionist console is aligned with CloudSelect Voice, giving the user a fully-integrated front office solution. 6
8 System requirements This section describes the minimum software requirements to run Receptionist and the procedure for starting the Receptionist Console. Operating system Receptionist is deployed on a Microsoft Windows platform and/or Citrix Presentation Server platform. Hardware requirements Windows requires: GHz or higher Pentium 3 or compatible CPU 512 MB of RAM minimum; more memory generally improves performance 60 MB available hard disk space Video graphics card with minimum 8MB of RAM Super VGA monitor (15 inches or larger) 1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution HTTP(s) connectivity to the BroadWorks Xtended Services Platform Citrix Presentation Server requires: 2.0 GHz or higher Pentium 4 or compatible CPU 2GB of RAM 60MB free disk space per application installation HTTP(s) connectivity to the BroadWorks Xtended Services Platform Citrix ICA Client Workstation requires: GHz or higher Pentium 3 or compatible CPU 128MB of RAM Video graphics card with 8MB of RAM minimum 1024 x 768 minimum screen resolution Network connection of minimum 56KBps speed 7
9 Software requirements This section provides an overview of the third-party software requirements. The software requirements include: Windows, Mac OS X, or Citrix operating system Sun Microsystems Java, Runtime edition Outlook Required for the Outlook contact directory Excel (optional) Web browser, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or Safari It is recommended that you use the latest available service pack/update for Windows, Mac OS X, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari and Outlook. Citrix Server Impacts: The application can be published on a Citrix server via the Management Console for MetaFrame. Sun Microsystems Java Runtime edition is required. Citrix Workstation Impacts: The Java Virtual Machine is not required on the workstation in this deployment. Required web browser settings Internet Explorer needs to be configured to enable the Full Screen link in Receptionist. If this is not done the link will have no effect. To enable Full Screen Link do the following: 1. On the Internet Explorer Menu bar, select the Tools menu and then click Internet Options. 2. In the Internet Options dialogue box, click the Security tab and then click the Custom Level button. 8
10 JAVA requirement The following Receptionist Console features require the end-user to install the Java Plug-in on their desktop. Outlook Integration - Search and display results from Outlook contacts. Also used to display caller ID by matching the telephone number of the incoming call against Outlook contacts. Call Notification Pop-up - Display a call notification pop-up whenever a call is received. Call Statistics Archival - Store call event logs on the local computer. Create desktop shortcut - This is used to create Windows desktop shortcuts to launch the client. Microsoft Exchange Calendar Integration - Display contact s calendar information, such as free/busy times. All other features are web-based and do not require any additional plug-ins. Mac OS X 10.5 & 10.6 is supported for all versions of Hosted Thin Call Center and Receptionist Console. Version: Operating Systems: Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 Firefox: 34 Java 6: Internet Explorer: 11 MS Outlook: 2013 Chrome: 39 Safari: 6 XenApp: 5 Java 7: 7.67 (IE will ask you to upgrade to Latest 8.0 Java version) Java 64 Bit support: Yes 9
11 Service activation procedure New customers Complete normal CloudSelect Voice onboarding process, indicating the Receptionist edition is required. Daisy will complete your order, arrange for a site visit and provide you with service activation details. Existing customers Your Account Manager will be able to provide you with information, a quote, complete the order and provide service activation details. Service enablement The sign-in procedure is the same for all Receptionist editions. The minimum required screen resolution for Receptionist is 1024 x 768px Receptionist does not support signing in as different users from the same machine at the same time When using the Outlook Integration feature with Microsoft Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 (32 or 64 edition), Outlook should be running before Receptionist is launched, otherwise Outlook Integration functionality will not work (Enterprise edition only). Launch Receptionist from web portal Daisy s Loki Portal has a single sign-on feature. When accessing the Receptionist Console from the web portal, there is no need to provide the log in credentials as the user will already be logged in to the web portal. To launch Receptionist users should: 1) Log-in to Daisy s Loki web portal. 2) From the Launch drop-down list at the top right-hand side of Daisy s Loki Logo pane, select the link for the Receptionist service. The Receptionist Console will start and you will be automatically signed in. 10
12 Access Receptionist from the web browser When signing in to the Receptionist Console, use the same credentials used to connect to the web portal. 1) In the web browser, enter the URL of the Receptionist Console. You will be provided with the URL and password details once your service has been activated. The Receptionist Sign-in page appears, and the user will be logged in. 2) Enter the BroadWorks User ID provided in format and the password provided. If using the default domain, enter just the user part of the ID. The system then appends the default domain to it before authenticating. If the domain is different from the default domain, then enter the User ID with the domain name. Receptionist sign-in page 3) To configure the domain or the Receptionist language, click Show Options. The area expands to display advanced options. Please note only English language is currently available. To configure the domain, in the Append Domain text box, enter the domain name. When entering the User ID without a domain, the system appends the configured domain instead of the default domain. 4) To change the language, select a new language from the Language drop-down list. 5) Check Stay Signed In to instruct the Receptionist client to automatically connect and sign in to the server when it detects a network connection. This should always be enabled to help mitigate intermittent internet connections. When disabled, the Receptionist Console signs out the user when a connection is lost. 6) To add a bookmark to the Sign-in page in the browser, click Bookmark this page and follow the instructions. 7) Click Sign In. The Receptionist Console will start and the user will be signed in. 11
13 Sign-in restrictions Only one active Receptionist session is possible at a time. When a user signs in from a second location, they will be automatically signed out from the original location with the following message: You have been signed out as you have signed in from another location. Sign out To sign out of the Receptionist Console: 1) Click the Sign Out link at the top right-hand side of the main interface. A message will appear asking you if you would like to save your current workspace. 2) Clicking Yes to save your current workspace allows you to retain the same setup at your next session. Set up your environment (Enterprise edition) It is recommended that you configure Receptionist as follows when you first log in. Select the Call Centres you want to manage Join queues and set your post sign-in ACD state 12
14 Change your password If and when you change your password, you should remember this password is also your web portal password. You will need to use the new password when accessing your web portal. To change your password: 1) At the top right-hand side of the main interface, click Settings (the settings general page appears). 2) In the Account area, click Change Password. The area expands, allowing you to change your password. Plese note: the Reset button does not reset your password, it only clears the input boxes. Explore workspace When signing into the Receptionist Console, the main page appears where you will perform most of your call management and monitoring tasks. In addition, the main page provides a link to the Settings pages, where various Receptionist settings can be configured. Many visual aspects of Receptionist are configurable, such as: You can decide which windows should be open Change the size of windows on the screen Save your workspace and retrieve it the next time you log in Work in full screen mode by clicking Full Screen This link then changes to Exit Full Screen, To work in full screen mode, you can also click F11 The Back, Forward, and Refresh operations of the web browser are not supported by Receptionist Console 13
15 When a window is vertically resized, the panes do not always resize to fill the window. To resize a window, drag the window from the bottom right-hand corner or collapse and then expand the panes after resizing to adjust them to the window. You can also resize the Call Console and the Contacts panes by moving the bar between the two to the left or to the right. Receptionist remembers the position of the bar at sign out, and the bar is at the same position the next time you sign in. Logo pane The Receptionist main page and Settings pages contain a Logo pane, which displays the Receptionist Console and links to other interface elements, Receptionist functions and information about the signed-in user. Global Message Area The Global Message Area (the centre area of the Logo pane) is used by Receptionist to display information, warning, and error messages to the user. A message appears for several seconds and will then disappear. Settings, Help, and Sign Out The Logo pane displays links to the Settings pages. Here you can configure the Receptionist Console and the Help and Sign Out links. Signed-in user information Information about yourself, such as your name, your availability to take calls and your voic status is displayed at the top right-hand side of the main interface. 14
16 Call Console You can use the Call Console to view and manage your current calls. The Call Console contains the following areas: Header Dialler Current Calls Conference Call Panel Header The Call Console header contains the following buttons: Call History allows you to access the list of your previous calls. Call Waiting allows you to enable the Call Waiting service. Auto Answer allows you to answer your calls automatically. Dialler The Dialler located at the top of the Call Console, below the header, allows you to make ad hoc calls. The Enter Number text box is where you enter the number to dial. The buttons to the right are action buttons that allow you to perform operations on calls. 15
17 Current calls The Call Console displays your current calls and allows you to take actions on them. If you are involved in a conference call, details are displayed in the Conference Call panel at the bottom of the Call Console. The conference call panel is described in the following section. Call Console Current Calls Call Console Security Classification Each call is listed on a separate line with the following information: Remote CLID This is the name of the remote party (if available) and calling phone number. For a Recalled Call, the following information appears: Recall: <Caller s name>; via: <Call parked against user> Diversion CLID This is the name (if available) of the party who diverted (transferred or forwarded) the call before you received the call and the associated phone number. If the call was diverted more than once, the last party who diverted the call is listed first; the second to last party is listed second; and so on. Call State icon a visual representation of the current state of the call. Call State name the display name of the state the call is currently in. Call Duration (Held duration) the duration of the call from the time the call was received and how long the call has been present in the system. In addition, for held calls, the time a call has been on hold is also displayed. Security Classification (if applicable) the security classification level of the call. Action Buttons buttons for the operations that can be taken on the call. 16
18 Conference call panel Conference Call Panel Conference Call Panel Security Classification The Conference Call Panel displays your current conference and allows you to manage your conference calls. You can only be involved in one conference call at a time. The Header Bar contains various controls that allow you to manage the conference: Hold Conference button allows you to place the conference on hold Resume Conference button allows you to resume a held conference Leave Conference button allows you to leave the conference End Conference button allows you to end the conference The panel lists the call legs that make up your current conference. Each two-way call is displayed on a separate line. The information displayed for each call leg is the same as the information displayed for a two-way call. 17
19 Call states and actions The following table lists the possible call states and the actions that can be performed in each state. Call State Display Name Display Icon Call Personality Call Actions Ringing in Local Incoming Local Click to Dial Answer, End Ringing in Remote Incoming Terminator Answer, Conference, End Ringing Out Outgoing Outgoing Originator Conference End Active Active Any On Hold Held Any Transfer, Hold, Park, Camp, End, Conference Transfer, Resume, Hold, Park, Camp, End, Conference On Hold Remote Held Any Transfer, Hold, End, Conference Active in Conference Active Any Transfer, Hold, End Held in Conference Conference Held Resume, Transfer, End Ringing in (Recalled Call) Recalled Terminator Answer, Conference, Any Parked Call Parked (<DN>) Any Answer, End 18
20 Contacts pane The contacts pane contains your contact directories in a tabbed format and allows you to use your contacts to make or manage calls. The Contacts Pane contains the following: Directory management bar Directories list Search tab Favourites tab Group/Enterprise tab Group/Enterprise common tab Monitored contacts tab (Enterprise edition) Personal tab Speed dial tab Queues tab (Enterprise edition) Custom directories Tabs (Enterprise edition) Outlook tab (Enterprise edition) Search results tabs The tabs you see depend on your Receptionist edition and system configuration, as well as the services assigned to you in your package. 1. You will not be able to see any red, green, amber or presence status. 2. You can only see the contents of one directory at any time. 3. The information displayed for a contact is dependent on the directory information available. 19
21 Directory management bar The directory management bar contains controls that allow you to perform search operations, create directories from search results and edit directories. Directory list Click on the drop-down arrow to the right of the Directories tab to display the list of directories available. This allows you to select certain directory tabs to display in the contacts pane. Search tab Use the Search tab to look for specific contacts in all your contacts directories and LDAP directory. 20
22 Favourites tab Use the Favourites tab to monitor the phone state of selected contacts. The favourites directory provides the following information for each contact (as applicable): Call state Last and first name Phone number Extension Mobile number Department Link to notes Please note: contacts to monitor must be configured on the web portal. This is referred to as static monitoring. Group/Enterprise tab This tab contains the contacts in your group directory (if your group is part of a service provider) or enterprise directory (if your group is part of an enterprise). However, if your enterprise administrator restricted your access to your enterprise directory, you can only see the contacts from your group directory. If you have the Receptionist Enterprise edition, you can also monitor selected contacts without having to configure them on the web portal. This is referred to as dynamic monitoring. The Group/Enterprise directory displays the same information for each contact as the Favourites tab. Group/Enterprise common tab The Group/Enterprise common directory contains the contacts in your group s common phone list (if your group is part of a service provider) or your Enterprise s common phone list (if your group is part of an Enterprise) configured by your administrator. The contact s name and phone number are displayed for each contact. 21
23 Personal tab The Personal tab contains the contacts from your personal phone list on the web portal. You can edit your personal contacts in Receptionist. The information displayed for each contact includes the contact s name and number, as you configured them. Speed Dial tab The Speed Dial tab displays your Speed Dial 8 and Speed Dial 100 contacts. It is available to users who have been assigned Speed Dial 8 and/or Speed Dial 100 services. If you only have one of these services, you only see the contacts for that service in your Speed Dial directory. You can edit your speed dial entries in Receptionist. The information displayed for each contact includes the speed dial code, phone number, and description and can be configured by you. Queues tab (Enterprise edition) The Queues tab displays the list of Call Centres and associated DNIS numbers that a call centre agent or supervisor is staffing and/ or supervising. The primary purpose of this Directory is to provide you with a quick way to transfer calls to queues. The information displayed for each queue includes the name, phone number, extension, and department (as applicable). The Group button allows you to group (and ungroup) queues by call centre. 22
24 Custom directories tabs (Enterprise edition) If your administrator has configured custom contact directories for your group, you can access them here. A custom directory has the same properties as the Group/Enterprise directory. You can perform the same operations on contacts in a custom directory as in the Group/Enterprise directory. Outlook tab (Enterprise edition) The Outlook tab contains your Outlook contacts. The information displayed for each contact includes the contact s first and last name, phone number, mobile number and home phone number. This feature is available to you if you have the Outlook Integration feature enabled and configured. Search results tab When you perform a search on a directory, you can keep the results of the search and save them in a new contacts directory. A search results directory has the same properties as the original directory. You can create up to ten search results, however, they are only available for the current sign-in session. Once closed, they cannot be restored. 23
25 Queued calls pane (Enterprise edition) The Queued Calls pane is used to manage queued calls in the selected call centres. Each call centre is displayed in a separate panel. The panel s header displays the following information: The name of the call centre The primary phone number of the call centre The number of calls currently displayed for the queue against the maximum number of calls that can be displayed for a queue. The number of calls in queue against the queue length Message Waiting icon indicates that there are outstanding messages for the call centre. When you expand the panel, the list of calls queued in that call centre appears, with calls listed according to their position in the queue. The following information is provided for each call: 1. Call status icon A graphic representation of the state of the queued call, which can be one of the following: Waiting The call is queued, waiting to be answered. Announcement An announcement is being played to the caller. Reordered The position of the call in the queue has been changed. Bounced The call has been bounced. 2. Name and phone number of the calling party. 3. The total call time, including the time in the current priority bucket. 4. Clicking a call expands the call to show additional data such as: - Position of the call in the queue. - Priority of the call (Premium Call Centre). - The name (if available) and the phone number of the Call Centre (or DNIS, if applicable) that was called. When you move the mouse over a queued call, the action buttons that can be applied to the call appear. 24
26 Controls The following table lists the general controls used in Receptionist and the controls displayed on the headers in the panels, windows, or tabs. Name Common Controls Description Controls This allows you to organise items in lists. Expand/Collapse This shows or hides the contents of a window, panel or tab. Close This closes an interface element, such as window, pane, tab or panel. Edit This allows you to edit contacts in some directories. Call Console Controls Call History This displays your call logs. Call Waiting This allows you to turn Call Waiting on or off. Auto Answer This automatically answers your incoming calls. 25
27 Controls continued End Conference This ends a conference call. Leave Conference This allows you to leave the conference while allowing other participants to continue the call. Hold Conference This places a conference call on hold. Resume Conference This resumes a held conference. Web Pop URL This opens a page in your browser at the configured URL to provide additional information about the caller. Pull Out This places directory search results in a new tab. Clear Search This clears the search results. Group Queues This groups queues by call centre. 26
28 Controls continued Call Notification Pop-up Window Web Pop URL This opens a page in your browser at the configured URL to provide additional information about the caller. vcard This saves the caller s phone number and personal information as a vcard in Microsoft Outlook. Transfer to Voic This transfers an incoming call to your voic . Call action buttons Action buttons allow you to perform actions on calls, such as answering or transferring a call, or actions that result in a call being placed i.e. dialling a number or contact. They appear on the dialler, a call line, a call history log, or a directory entry. Action buttons will only appear when you move the mouse over and when the corresponding action can be performed. 27
29 The following table lists action buttons available in Receptionist. Button Dial Call Redial Mobile Transfer Transfer Transfer to Voic Answer Hold End Conference Camp Barge In Park Record Pause Resume Stop Monitor Chat Promote Description Dials the number you entered in the Dialler. Places a call to the selected contact or to a number from Call History. Redials the last dialled number. Dials the contact s mobile number. Brings up a new message window with the contact s address, allowing you to send an to the contact Transfers a call to an ad hoc number entered in the Dialler. Transfers a call to a selected number or contact. Transfers a call to the selected contact s voic . Answers an incoming call, answers an unanswered call for a contact or resumes a held call. Places a call on hold. Ends a call. Establishes a conference call or adds a call to a conference. Camps the call on a busy contact. Barges in on a contact s call. Parks a call on a contact. Records a call. Pauses call recording. Resumes call recording. Stops recording a call. Starts monitoring the state of the selected contact, except if the contact is a virtual user. Virtual users cannot be monitored. Opens a chat window allowing you to chat with an IM&P contact. Promotes a selected call to the next higher priority bucket. 28
30 Retrieve Retrieves a selected call from the queue to the supervisor s device. Reorder Changes a selected call s position in the queue. Web Pop URL Opens a page in your browser at the configured URL to provide additional information about the caller. Delete Call Log Deletes a call log from Call History. Manage calls This section includes information and procedures on how to manage current calls. You use the Call Console to view and manage your current calls. Drag and drop call onto contact For operations on calls that involve a contact, you can drag a call from the Call Console and drop it on a target contact in one of your contacts directories. This provides you with a quick way to perform operations on calls that involve a contact. As the call is dragged, a green arrow appears. By default, when the call is dropped onto a contact no action is taken on the call. The target contact expands and you can select the action button for the operation you want to perform on that call. However, you can enable automatic call transfer on Drag and Drop (if available). If automatic transfer is enabled, then the call is transferred to the contact s phone number when you drop the call on the contact. 29
31 View call information Call information is provided in the call console and in the Call Notification pop-up window that appears on top of the system tray for incoming calls. View current calls Your current calls are always visible in the call console. To view your conference call - in the Conference Call panel, click the Expand button View incoming call details - if the call notification feature is enabled, a Call Notification pop-up window appears on top of the system tray when an inbound call is received. Direct inbound calls For calls to your direct number or extension, the following information is displayed: Calling party name Calling party number Calls from a Call Centre (Enterprise edition) for calls from a call centre, the call centre name is displayed in addition to the caller s name and phone number. Diverted Calls - diversion information is also displayed. You should only have one tab open in the browser running Receptionist to receive call notifications. If calls are delivered within eight seconds of each other, the Call Notification pop-up window only appears for the first call of that series. 30
32 Save a vcard When you receive a call, a Call Notification pop-up window is visible on top of the system tray. From this window, you can save the caller s phone number and personal information as a vcard in Microsoft Outlook. To save caller s information as a vcard - In the Call Notification pop-up window, click the Add vcard button. This button is present only when Outlook is running. Open URL For any current call, you can open a page in your browser that contains information about the calling party encoded in its URL. This can be done either from the Call Notification pop-up window that appears on top of the system tray for an incoming call or from the Call Console for any current call. This feature is configured on the Settings General configuration page. To open a URL for the incoming call - in the Call Notification pop-up window, click the Web Pop URL button. To open a URL for any call - in the call console, click the Web Pop URL button for the target call. Answer calls You can answer your own incoming calls and calls for other users in your group. If you have the Auto Answer service, you can also answer calls automatically. Your incoming calls appear in the Call Console. To answer a call, the call state must be Incoming. To answer an incoming call - move the mouse over the call and click Answer. The call state changes to Active. Please note: double-clicking a call, does not answer it. To answer an incoming call from a Call Notification pop-up window - click anywhere on the text in the window. To answer calls automatically - in the Call Console, click the Auto Answer button. The button changes to indicate Auto Answer is on. When Auto Answer is enabled, your phone automatically goes off-hook when it is alerted. This applies to both inbound and click-to-dial calls. Auto Answer feature may be enabled manually in the Receptionist Console or by the administrator on the server. If this feature is enabled, you must not enable the client-based auto answer using the Auto Answer button. 31
33 Pick up call The directed call pickup service allows you to answer a call that is incoming for another user. Depending on your setup, you can answer calls for users in your group or in the entire enterprise. This is useful when the user is currently not on hand to answer the call. To pick up a contact s call, you need to have the Directed Call Pickup service assigned. To answer a call for a contact - expand your Group/Enterprise or Favourites Directory and click the target contact to expand it. The contact s state must be ringing. Move the mouse over the contact and click Answer. The call will appear as incoming in the call console. Hold and resume calls - you can only put an active call on hold. Put call on hold To put a call on hold - move the mouse over the call and click Hold. To resume a held call - move the mouse over the call and click Answer. Please note - double clicking a call does not take the call off hold. Make and end calls Receptionist provides you with several ways in which you can make calls. When you dial a number or contact, the call appears in the call console as Incoming Local. Dial ad hoc number You use the dialler to place a call to an ad hoc number. 32
34 Dialler To dial an ad hoc number in the dialler - enter the phone number and click Dial. The call appears in the call console as Incoming Local and your phone rings. Click Answer for that call. An outbound call is placed and the call state changes to Outgoing. Redial number Receptionist keeps up to ten most recently dialled numbers. To redial a recently dialled number - in the Dialler, place the cursor in the text box and start entering a number. A list of recently called numbers that start with the entered digits appears. Select the number to dial and click Dial. The client issues a click-to-dial attempt to the selected number. Alternatively, click the Redial button and select the number from the list that appears. Dial contact You can dial contacts from any directory available in Receptionist. To dial a contact - in the Contacts pane, expand the Directory from which you want to dial a contact. Click the contact to expand it and click Call for that contact. A clickto-dial action is initiated and your phone rings. Alternatively, to dial the contact s mobile number click Mobile. 33
35 Speed dial To speed dial a contact - in the contacts pane, click the Speed Dial tab. Click the contact to expand it and press Call. Dial from history Any number you dial is available in the Call History tab. To dial from Call History - in the Call Console, click the Call History button. The Call History dialogue box appears. From the Show drop-down list, select the grouping you want. Scroll through the list of call logs to find the entry you need. Click the entry to expand it and click Call. Transfer calls There are a number of ways that you can transfer a call. You can Blind Transfer or Transfer calls with Consultation or Supervision. You can also transfer calls directly to voic or to a queue. Blind transfer A blind transfer occurs when a call is transferred without an introduction. Calls may be blind transferred while active, held, or ringing (in) on your phone. If a call is ringing (in), blind transfer allows the call to be redirected before it is answered. You can blind transfer a call to an ad hoc number or to a contact. To blind transfer a call to an ad hoc number - in the Call Console, select the call to transfer. In the dialler, enter the destination number and click Transfer. The call is transferred and removed from the call console. To blind transfer a call to a contact - in the call console, select the call to transfer. In the contacts pane, click the tab from which you want to select a contact. Click the destination contact to expand it, and click Transfer for that contact. The call is transferred and removed from the call console. Alternatively, drag the call onto the target contact and click Transfer for that contact. 34
36 Conduct supervised transfer When you have an active inbound call that you want to transfer, you can follow this procedure. To conduct a supervised transfer - in the Call Console, enter the call to transfer. Dial the number or contact to whom you want to transfer the call. If the dialled contact is busy, either retry or dial another contact. Move the mouse over the new, nonselected call and click Transfer. Transfer with consultation To transfer a call with consultation - make a call to the person you want to transfer the call to. If the first call was active, it is put on hold. The new call appears in the call console. Wait until the called party accepts your call and speak to the party. When ready to transfer, in the Call Console select one of the two calls. Move the mouse over the non-selected call and click Transfer. The calls are connected and removed from the Call Console. Transfer to voic You can transfer a call to a monitored contact s voic or to your own voic . Calls may be transferred while active, held, or ringing (in) on your phone. To transfer a call to voic - in the Call Console, select the call to transfer. In the contacts pane, expand the Group/Enterprise or Favourites directory and find the contact. Select the contact and click Transfer to Voic for that contact. Alternatively, drag the call onto the target contact and click Transfer to Voic for that contact. Please note: this option is only available if the contact has the voice messaging service assigned and enabled. You can also transfer an incoming call to voic from the Call Notification pop-up window. To transfer an incoming call to your voic - in the Call Notification pop-up window that appears when you receive a call, click Transfer to Voic . You can transfer a current call to any queue that appears in your Queues tab (Enterprise edition). The call is placed at the bottom of the new queue. To transfer a call to a queue - in the call console, select the call to transfer. Click the Queues tab. Click the destination queue and press Transfer. The call is transferred and removed from the call console. Alternatively, drag the call onto the target queue and click Transfer for that queue. 35
37 Park and camp calls Call parking or camping allows you to find a temporary parking place for the call. If the Parked or Camped call is not answered within the predefined time, then it is recalled and reappears in your Call Console. Conduct busy camp on (Enterprise and Small Business editions) Busy Camp On allows you to place a call at a busy contact. The call is automatically transferred to the destination when the contact becomes available to take the call. A call to camp must be Active or Held, and the destination contact must be either Busy or Ringing. To use the feature, you need to have the Busy Camp On service assigned and active. To camp a call on a busy contact - in the call console, select the call to camp. In your Group/Enterprise or Favourites directory, click a Busy or Ringing contact and click Camp. Once the call is camped, it is removed from the Call Console. If the call reaches the designated expiration timer before it is answered, the call is recalled to your device and reappears in the Call Console. Conduct group call park (Enterprise edition) Group Call Park searches within a predefined hunt group for an available line on which to park a call. After a designated time, the call returns to the originating operator or a specified hunt group (depending on how the service is configured). If the parking attempt fails for any reason, the call remains in your Call Console. To perform a Group Call Park - in the Call Console, move the mouse over an active or held call and click Park. The call is parked on an available extension and removed from the call console. If the call reaches the designated expiration timer before it is answered, it may be recalled to your device and reappear in your Call Console. 36
38 Manage conference calls You manage your conferences in the Call Console. You use the top area of the Call Console to establish a conference and add participants to it. You use this panel to manage or end an active conference. Please note - you can only have one active conference at a time. N-way conference To conduct an N-way conference you must first start a three-way conference and then add participants to it. To conduct a conference you must have the three-way call or N-way call service assigned. Three-way conference To start a three-way conference you need to have at least two current calls. In the Call Console, select one of the two calls. Move the mouse over the non-selected call and click Conference. A three-way conference is established and the connected calls are moved to the Conference Call panel. Add participant to conference To perform this operation, you need to have the N-way call service assigned. In the Call Console, move the mouse over the call to add and click Conference. The caller is added to the conference. Hold or resume conference To put an active conference on hold or to resume the conference, click Hold or Resume. Leave conference click the Leave Conference button. This function is only available with three-way conferences. Remove conference participant and end a conference - click End Conference. 37
39 Barge in on call Call barge in allows you to interrupt a contact s call. This is useful when you want to enter a call that is already established between two other people. This functionality is only available if this service has been assigned by your administrator. Depending on your setup, you can barge in on contacts in your group or enterprise. To barge in on a call - expand the Group/Enterprise or Favourites directory. Click the target contact and click Barge In. The contact s status must be Busy. You enter an ongoing call, thereby establishing a three-way conference. The calls appear in the Conference Call panel. Alternatively, drag the call onto the target contact and click Barge In for that contact. You can now perform any conference operation on the call. Record calls To record calls, you have to have the Call Recording service assigned and configured. You can record calls manually or have the system automatically record your calls. Depending on your Call Recording mode, Receptionist may allow you to manually start, pause, resume, or stop recording a call. When a call is being recorded, the recording state, (which can be either recording or paused) appears on the line for the call. Start call recording To manually record calls, you have to have your Call Recording service mode set to On Demand or On Demand with User Initiated Start. To record a call, select the call in the call console and click Record. In the On Demand mode, the call is recorded from the beginning, and you have to request the recording before the end of the call to keep the recording. In the On Demand with User Initiated Start mode, the recording starts from the moment when you click the Record button. 38
40 Pause and resume call recording To pause and resume a recording, you have to have your call recording service mode set to On Demand, On Demand with User Initiated Start, or Always with Pause/Resume. To pause a recording, select a call that is being recorded in the call console and click Pause. The recording pauses until you resume it or the call ends. To resume a paused recording, select a call where recording has been paused in the Call Console and click Resume. When you pause and resume a recording, only one call recording is generated for the call. Stop call recording You can only stop recording a call if your call recording service mode is set to the On Demand with User Initiated Start. To stop recording a call, select the call that is being recorded (or whose recording has been paused) in the call console and click Stop. If you click Start after a call recording has been stopped, a separate recording is created. Message contacts (Enterprise edition) Receptionist allows you to send messages to contacts that have messaging configured in the system. You must also have the Messaging feature enabled within Receptionist. Send to contact To send an message to a contact go to the Group/Enterprise, Favourites, Custom, or Monitored Contacts Directory, click the contact that has an address configured. Click the button for the contact. This brings up a new window for the configured messaging service. Write your message and click Send. Manage contacts Receptionist allows you to view, search, and organise your contact directories. Use the contacts pane to manage your contact directories, monitor selected contacts and to use your contacts to make or manage calls. 39
41 Show/hide directories Receptionist allows you to specify which directory tabs should be visible in the Contacts pane. To display or hide a directory tab - at the top right-hand side of the Contacts pane, click the drop-down arrow. From the list that appears, select the directory to display. The selected directory appears and its tab is displayed at the top of the Contacts pane. To hide a Directory tab, click the Close button on that directory s tab. Once you close a directory containing search results, you cannot display it again by selecting it from the list. View directory content Your directories are displayed as tabs at the top of the Contacts pane, with the details of only one directory visible at any time. The information displayed about each contact depends on the directory you are viewing. To view contacts in a directory - in the Contacts pane click the tab for that directory. The directory listing appears in the Contacts pane. To view additional information about a contact - click the contact to view. This expands the row for the contact displaying applicable action buttons (in some directories the contact s Exchange calendar is also displaying) Only one contact can be expanded at a time. When you click a contact, the system automatically hides the details of the previously expanded contact. Search contacts Receptionist allows you to search for contacts in several different ways. You can perform a search on a specific directory or on all directories at once. You can perform a regular search or a quick search. You can also create a new directory from search results. 40
42 Perform quick search To perform a quick search - click the directory tab where you want to perform the search. Order the directory by the column on which you want to perform the search. Check the Quick Search box. From the keypad that appears, select a character (a single letter or digit) by which you want to search. The contacts that begin with the selected character (in the selected column) are displayed in the directory. To perform another search on the same column, select another character. The new search is performed on the original directory and not on the results of the previous search. Perform regular search You can search for contacts in a specific directory or in all directories at once. When you search for contacts in a specific directory, you can search on a specific column or on all columns. When you use the Search tab, the search is always performed on all directories and columns. 41
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