1 Polycom SoundPoint 650 Quick Guide ISC Networking & Telecommunications University of Pennsylvania October 2009, v.2
2 Contents Icons and Indicator Lights Telephone Icons 4 Envelope/Message Waiting Icon.4 Softkeys 4 Indicator Lights..4 Phone Basics Making Calls 4 Answering Calls.4 Answering Calls on Multiple lines.4 Hang-Up /End a Call..5 Rejecting/Silencing a Ringing Call. 5 Redial Last Outgoing Number.5 Muting a Call..5 Activating Do Not Disturb..5 Navigation Arrows..5 Voice Mail Message Retrieval.5 Call Lists Accessing Call Lists.6 Making a Call from the Call List 6 Clearing Call Lists 6 Contact Directory Adding Contacts.6 Adding Contacts from a Call List..7 Editing Contacts..7 Deleting Contacts 7 Searching the Contact Directory..7 Call Hold, Transfer & Conference Placing a Call on Hold..7 Call Hold and Dial another Number..7 Transfer without Consultation 8 Transfer with Consultation..8 Create a 3-Way Conference Call..8 Create a Conference using Join.8 Splitting a 3-Way Conference Call..8 Speed Dial Numbers Assigning a Speed Dial Key..9 Adding or Editing Speed Dial Keys 9 Using Speed Dial..9 Penn Online Directory.10 Local Weather..10 Phone Settings Changing Handset Ring Type..10 Distinguishing Calls via Ring Type 10 Listening to Ring Types 11 Changing the Date & Time Format.11 Text Using the 1/A/a softkey..11 Correcting Mistakes..11 Contrast Adjustment Handset Display..11 Expansion Module Display 1 1 Phone Service Features PPS Web Tool.11 Logging into PPS.12 Feature List.12 Getting Help..12 Restart/Reboot your phone/loss of Power Restarting your phone.12 2
3 Button Display screen Call/Message Indicator Lines/Speed Dial Keys Softkeys Navigation Arrows Menu Messages Do Not Disturb Directories Application/Services * Conferences Transfer Redial Hold Microphone Mute Headset Speakerphone Volume Dial Pad Description View standard phone infor mation such as time, date, total number of missed calls, and select various softkeys. Shows thin red light when you have a message waiting. Use for additional telephone lines or one- touch dialing to frequently called numbers. The 6 buttons on the left of the display screen. Activate various features and functions. Softkeys change depending on the calling feature or option selected. The 4 buttons below the display screen Scroll through menu options, and when the phone is idle, use to view call lists and to access the Speed Dial Infor mation List. Activate features for basic phone settings, such as ring tone and backlit display. One-touch dialing to access voice mail. Prevents the telephone from r inging. Calls diver t to voice mail, if activated. Access Contact Directory and Calling Lists (Missed, Received, Placed calls). Access the Penn Online Directory, Yahoo weather, and Yahoo new s. *On some handsets the key is labeled Applications on others Services the function is the same. Create a three-way conference call. Transfer a call w ith (consult) or without (blind transfer) speaking to the person to receive the call. Redial the last phone number dialed. Place a caller on hold. Toggle the microphone on and off during a conversation. When on t button lights up that is when caller s can t hear you. Listen hands- free by inser ting the plug of the headset into the headset jack and then toggling the Headset key on or off. Toggle the speakerphone off and on. Adjust the volume during a conversation. Use the 12 keys for dialing and to enter both alphabetic and special characters in the Contact Directory. 3
4 Icons and Indicator Lights Telephone Icon The telephone icon appears to the right of the line key and to the left of the phone number on the display. When you have new voice mail messages, the telephone icon is replaced by an envelope icon. If you have elected to receive voice mail messages as only, your handset will not display the envelope icon when you have new messages. Envelope/Messages Waiting Icon An envelope icon will appear in the display window and a vertical red light will flash above the upper-right corner of the display screen when you have messages waiting on your phone set. Note: To see the location of red light, refer to the diagram on the previous page: Call/Message Waiting indicator light. For phones with multiple lines, you will see an envelope icon next to each line with new messages. The vertical message indicator light will not go out until all new messages for all lines that appear on the phone have been heard. Softkeys Softkeys are the 4 black buttons located directly below the display screen. The screen will display labels for these keys to identify their functions. Functions change based on the state of your phone and options selected. Press the black softkey key directly under the option you desire. Indicator Lights The lights appear next to the line buttons when the buttons are assigned a campus telephone number. Solid green call in progress Fast flashing green incoming call Flashing green The call is held by the other party Flashing red The call is on hold Solid red The line is in use; status shown for a Bridged Line Appearance number or a number that appears on only one handset. Phone Basics Making Calls Lift handset, then dial number or Dial number, then lift handset or Use the hands-free speakerphone: o With the handset on hook, press any Line key or the New Call softkey, then dial the number or o Dial number, and then press the Dial softkey Answering Calls Lift handset or o Press the Answer softkey or o Press the Line key or o Press the Speaker key Answering Calls on Multiple Lines To answer an incoming call while already on an active call. Press HOLD to place active call on hold Press the Line key for the ringing number The phone can display information about two calls at one time. If more than two calls are taking place on the same line, a counter appears in the phone display (example: 3 calls waiting). Use the down navigation arrow to access additional calls. 4
5 Hang Up - End a Call Place Handset back on the hookswitch or Press the End Call softkey Rejecting/Silencing a Ringing Call You can ignore an incoming call and stop it from ringing. Press the Reject softkey to silence the ring of an incoming call. If voice mail is configured for the line, the unanswered call will default to voice mail and will show up in your Received Calls List. Silencing the current call does not affect future calls (future calls will ring as usual). Note: This feature does not affect shared lines that appear on other handsets, only the set where the Reject softkey is activated. Redialing Last Outgoing Number To call the last number dialed from your phone, press the Redial key. Muting a Call During a call, press the Mute key. The key lights up and a flashing microphone on the display to indicate that the other party (parties) cannot hear you. Activating Do Not Disturb If voice mail is configured for the line, all calls will default to voice mail when Do Not Disturb (DND) is activated. 1. Press the Do Not Disturb key to prevent the phone from ringing. A Do Not Disturb icon will appear to confirm that DND is enabled. 2. To cancel DND, press the Do Not Disturb key. Navigation Arrows When the phone is idle, you can press the appropriate navigation arrow to access the Call Lists or the Speed Dial Info List. Press Down for Missed Calls Press Left for Received Calls Press Right for Placed Calls Press Up for the Speed Dial List When the phone is in use, press the appropriate navigation arrows to scroll through lists or to highlight options within a menu or list. Voice Mail Message Retrieval From your Polycom phone: Press the Messages key Wait for the prompt Enter your password From someone else s Polycom phone: Press the Messages key At the prompt, press the # key on the dial pad Enter your mailbox number Enter your password If you elect to receive voice mail messages via (voice mail delivery option 3 in PPS), messages are managed by and cannot be accessed by telephone. Call Lists When the phone is idle, the display will show the number of new missed calls in your Missed Calls List: 5 new missed calls. The count is reset once you access your Missed Calls List. 5
6 Accessing the Call Lists You can view and track calls you missed, received, or placed. If the call was from another PennNet Phone subscriber, the person s name and the last 5 digits of their phone number are displayed. For calls from non-pennnet Phone callers, only the phone number is displayed. The navigation arrows can also be used to access call lists. 2. Press 2 for Call Lists 3. Select the appropriate key to correspond to the calling list you want to view: 1- Missed Calls: incoming calls that you did not answer. If multiple lines appear on the set, the log shows missed calls to all lines in one log 2- Received Calls: incoming calls that you did answer 3- Placed Calls: calls recently placed from your telephone Making a Call from the Call List 2. Press 2 for Call Lists 3. Press the appropriate key on the dial pad for the calling list: 1- Missed Calls 2- Received Calls 3- Placed Calls 4. Use the navigation arrows to scroll through the list, and select the number you want to call 5. If needed, press the Edit softkey and then the << softkey to modify the number before dialing 6. Press the Dial softkey to place the call. Clearing Call Lists You can clear all entries or a single entry from a call list. When erasing any entry from a call list, the system does not ask for confirmation: the list is immediately cleared when the Clear softkey is pressed. To clear all entries in a call list: Navigate to the call list you want to clear Select the More softkey Select Clear softkey Select the list you want to clear To clear a single entry from a call list: Navigate to the call list and highlight the call you want to erase Press the More softkey Press the Clear softkeys To return to the display, press More > Exit softkeys Contacts Adding Contacts To manually add a new entry to your Contact Directory: 2. Press 1 for Contact Directory 3. Press the More > Add softkeys 4. Enter first and last name using the dial pad. Press the 1/A/a softkey to move between numeric and upper and lowercase alphanumeric modes 5. Enter the phone number in the Contact field 6. The entry is automatically assigned the next available Speed Index number. If desired, you can change or delete the assigned Speed Dial Index number 7. If desired, modify other features for this entry: Ring Type, Divert Contact, Auto Reject, and Auto Divert). 8. Press the Save or Cancel softkeys to confirm or reject the changes 9. To return to the display, press the Exit 6
7 Adding Contacts from a Call List To add a new entry: 2. Select Call Lists 3. Select Missed Calls, Received Calls, or Placed Calls 4. Use the navigation arrows and scroll through the list to find the contact 5. Press the More softkey 6. Press the Save or Cancel softkeys to confirm or reject the changes 7. To return to the display, press the Exit softkey or the Directory button. Editing Contacts To edit an existing entry: 2. Select Contact Directory or Call Lists 3. To locate an entry, use the navigation arrows or the Search softkey (More > Search) 4. Press the Edit softkey, and update the listing using the dial pad 5. Press the Save or Cancel softkeys to confirm or reject the changes 6. To return to the display, press the Exit 5. Press the Search softkey 6. Select the appropriate softkey: Dial to place a call Edit to change contact information More > Delete to remove the contact from the directory Tip: Improving Search Results Last name - Enter at least 2 letters (or more) to narrow search results First name - Use First Name with Last Name to narrow results. If the person has a unique name, search on first name only Making corrections Use the Erase key to delete or correct data you enter in the search fields, it is located below the down navigation arrow. Call Hold & Call Transfer Placing a Call on Hold 1. Ask the caller to stay on the line 2. Press the Hold key 3. To return to the caller, press the Hold key again or the Resume Deleting Contacts To delete an existing entry: 2. Press 1 for Contact Directory 3. Highlight the contact 4. Press the More > Delete softkeys 5. To return to the display, press the Exit Searching the Contact Directory To find contacts by name: 2. Press 1 for Contact Directory 3. Press the More > Search softkeys 4. Using the dial pad, enter the first few characters for the first or last name Call Hold and Dial another Number You can speak to another person and then return to the original caller. 1. Ask the caller to stay on the line 2. Press the Hold key. The top of the display screen will show Hold and list the phone number 3. Press the New Call softkey 4. Dial another phone number, press the Send softkey, consult privately, then press the End Call softkey to end the call 5. Press the Resume softkey to return to the original caller. 7
8 Transferring a Call without Consultation Also known as a Blind Transfer; you can transfer a call without speaking to the person who is to receive the transferred call. 1. Ask the caller to stay on the line while you transfer the call 2. Press the Transfer key 3. Press the Blind softkey 4. Dial the number of the party to whom you want to transfer the call, press the Send softkey, and hang up the phone. The call is automatically transferred. Note: To cancel the transfer and return to the caller, press the Cancel Transferring a Call with Consultation You can speak with the party to whom you want to transfer the call before transferring the call. 1. Ask the caller to stay on the line while you transfer the call 2. Press the Transfer key or the Transfr The caller is placed on hold 3. Dial the number of the party to whom you want to transfer the call 4. When the third party answers, the caller remains on hold so you can talk privately with the third party 5. To transfer the call, press the Transfer key or the Transfr softkey, and then hang up the phone. Note: To cancel the transfer and return to the caller, press the Cancel Conference Calls Create a Three-Way Conference Call You can set up a conference call between you and two other persons. 1. Place a call or answer an incoming call 2. Ask the first caller to stay on the line 3. Press the Conference key or the Confrnc Any active calls will be placed on hold and the message Conference with will appear at the top of the display 4. Dial the second party, then press the Send softkey 5. After the second party answers, press the Conference key or the Confrnc softkey 6. When finished talking, hang up or press the End Call softkey to disconnect from the call. If the second party does not answer (e.g., you reach their voice mail, misdial the number, or get a busy signal), press the Cancel softkey to reconnect to the first caller. Note: When the phone that originated the conference call puts the call on hold, all parties on the call are placed on hold. Creating a Conference Call Using Join You can create a conference call at anytime between an active call and a call that is on hold. 1. During an active call, press the More softkey 2. Press the Join A conference is created with the active call, the call on hold, and yourself 3. Press the EndCall softkey to disconnect from the conference. Splitting a Three-Way Conference Call You can split a conference call into two separate calls on hold, allowing you to speak to one party privately while the other party is on hold, to disconnect from one leg of the conference and continue speaking with the other party, or to dial another party while both conference parties are on hold. To speak privately with one of the parties in the conference: 1. Press the Split softkey to split the conference into two separate calls on hold 2. Use the navigation arrows to select the party to whom you want to consult with privately, then press the Resume softkey to speak 8
9 3. To return to both parties, select the More softkey, then the Join softkey 4. To disconnect from both parties, press the End Call key. Disconnect one party on conference 1. To disconnect from one leg of the conference call and continue speaking with the remaining party: 2. Press the Split softkey to split the conference into two separate parties on hold 3. Use the navigation arrows to select the party that you want to disconnect from the conference, press the Resume softkey to announce goodbye, and then hang up by pressing the EndCall softkey 4. To return to the remaining party, press the Resume Assigning a Speed Dial Key 1. Press and hold an unassigned Speed Dial Key on the left side of the dial pad. A new empty entry in the contact directory is automatically opened allowing contact information to be added. 2. Add the new contact: a. Enter the first and/or last name of the contact: use the 1/A/a softkey to select between numeric and upper/lower case alphanumeric modes. b. Enter the phone number in the Contact field c. Select the Save or Cancel softkeys to accept or cancel changes d. To return to the display, press the Exit Dial a number while on conference call: 1. Ask both callers to stay on the line 2. Press the Split softkey to split the conference into two separate parties on hold 3. Press the New Call softkey, enter the telephone number, then press the Send softkey, talk privately 4. Press the EndCall softkey to return to both conference parties on hold. Speed Dial Numbers You can assign speed dial numbers to persons that you call frequently. When a new entry is added to the Contact Directory, it is automatically assigned to the next available Speed Dial Index number. If there are available line buttons on the phone or expansion module, the speed dial entries will appear on the blank buttons for one-touch dialing. Speed dial index numbers should be assigned sequentially 1,2,3,4 etc. Do not skip numbers. Adding or Editing Speed Dial Keys 2. Press 1 for Contact Directory 3. Use the navigation arrows to scroll through the list to find the contact, then press the Edit softkey 4. Update the Speed Dial Index field 5. Select the Save or Cancel softkeys to accept or cancel changes 6. To return to the display, press the Exit Using Speed Dial You can place calls to speed dial entries saved in your Contact Directory by using the Speed Dial Key or by entering the Speed Dial Index number from within the Speed Dial Info List. Using the Speed Dial Key To call a contact assigned to a Speed Dial key: 1. Lift the handset or press the Speaker key 2. Press the appropriate Speed Dial key next to contact s name. 9
10 Using the Speed Dial Info List To call a contact assigned to a Speed Dial Index number, you must first access the Speed Dial Info List: 1. From the idle display, press the Up arrow to access the Speed Dial Info List 2. To place the call: Highlight an entry in the list, then press the Dial softkey or Press the key on the dial pad that corresponds to the appropriate Speed Dial Index number. Important: When using the dial pad for speed dial numbers 10 and above, press the numbers in quick succession. That is, do not wait too long after pressing the first number; otherwise the call is placed to the first number. For example, if speed dialing 23 and you wait too long after entering 2, the speed dial index 2 is called instead of 23. Penn Online Directory You can search the Public view of the Penn Online Directory. 1. Press the Application or Services key * 2. Use the checkmark key to select Penn Online Directory 3. Use the dial pad to enter the name of the person 4. Use the Down navigation arrow to highlight the Search button, and then select it using the checkmark key. The system will return a list of entries matching your search criteria 5. Use the navigation arrows to scroll through the search results and highlight an entry 6. Press the checkmark key to dial the contact 7. To search another name in the Penn Online Directory, press the Back softkey 8. To toggle between the Penn Online Directory search and the idle display, press the Exit softkey, then press the Application or Services key * *On some 650 s the Applications key is labeled Services, the function is the same. 9. To clear the Penn Online Directory search from the screen, press the Home softkey, then press the Exit Local Weather To view the Philadelphia weather forecast: 1. Press the Application or Services key * 2. Use the checkmark key to select Yahoo Weather. Today s and tomorrow s weather forecast will display. 3. To toggle between the weather forecast and the display, press the Exit softkey, then press the Services key 4. To clear the weather forecast results from the screen, press the Home softkey, then press the Exit Phone Settings Changing your Handset Ring Type You can select the ringer type for your handset. 1. Press the Menu key 2. Select Settings > Basic > Ring Type 3. Use the navigation arrows to highlight the ring type 4. Press the Play softkey to hear the ring 5. Press the Select softkey to change to the new ring type 6. To return to the display, press the Exit soft key. Distinguishing Calls via Ring Type You can set a different ring type for a particular contact. To do this, you will need to know beforehand which ring tone you want to assign. See Listening to Ring Types. 2. Select Contact Directory 3. Use the navigation arrows or the Search softkey (More > Search) to find the contact, then press the Edit softkey 4. Scroll down the list to the Ring Type field 5. Enter a number corresponding to the one of the available ring types 10
11 6. Press the Save softkey to update the contact information. When receiving a call from the contact, you will hear the distinctive ring 7. To return to the display, press the Exit Listening to Ring Types 1. Press the Menu key 2. Select Settings > Basic > Ring Type 3. To hear a sample of a ring tone, use the navigation arrows to highlight the ring tone, and then press the Play softkey 4. When you hear the ring tone you want, write down its number 5. To return to the display, press the Exit Note: The listening to ring types menu is used to set the default ring tone for your phone (or the selected line), not to choose a distinctive ring tone for a particular contact directory entry. To set a ring tone for a contact in your Contact Directory, see Distinguishing Calls via Ring Type Settings. Changing the Date and Time Format You can choose how the date and time are formatted on the display: 1. Press the Menu key 2. Select Settings > Basic > Preferences > Time & Date 3. Use the navigation arrows to scroll through the various options and choose a format for the time, the date, or the order in which they are to appear on the display, then press the Select softkey to confirm your choice 4. To return to the display, press the Exit Text Using the 1/A/a soft key Add or edit entries in the Contact Directory or the Call Lists using the 1/A/a softkey to go between numbers and upper and lower case letters. For example, press the 1/A/a softkey, then press 1 on the dial pad to activate numeric mode, or press A on the dial pad to toggle between lower case and upper case mode. The banner at top of the display shows the mode selected. Correcting Entry Mistakes The Erase key (marked with an x) deletes the character to the left of the cursor. When displayed, you can also use the << softkey to erase characters. Contrast Adjustment Phone display 1. Press the Menu key 2. Select > Basic > Contrast 3. Press the up or down softkey 4. Press Ok softkey to set the contrast level Expansion Module Display Adjusting the contrast level of the handset does not adjust the contrast level of the expansion module display (if installed). The contrast level of each expansion module is adjusted independently. 1. Press the Menu key 2. Select > Basic > Contrast 3. Press the button next to the word up or down that appears on the screen of the expansion module 4. Press Ok softkey to set the contrast level 11
12 Phone Service Features PPS Web Tool PPS is a web tool that allows PennNet Phone subscribers and their proxies to manage telephone and voice mail features. Use PPS to turn on or select the PennNet Phone features, see complete feature list below. For more information about features visit res.html Logging into PPS To access PPS, log in at (PennKey authentication required.) PPS can also be accessed by a link found on the Telecommunication Services home page at Feature List Advance One Anonymous Call Block Block Caller ID Bridged Line Appearance Call Forward All Call Forward on Busy Call Forward on Ring No Answer Call Waiting Proxy Ring Group Voice Mail Delivery Method Voice Mail Password Voice Mail Envelope Voice Mail Caller ID Restarting/Loss of Power When electrical power is lost, the phone will automatically reboot itself to restore system settings. This takes several seconds; the display screen will go blank and then display with the message Restarting Phone. While the phone is rebooting, you cannot receive any phone calls and callers will hear the message We re sorry, your call cannot be completed as dialed. Please check the number and dial again. Additionally, any information stored in the Phone other than the Contact Directory is lost. Do not arbitrarily unplug or disconnect your phone from the data outlet or from the electrical outlet to cause it to power cycle needlessly. To perform a soft restart Rebooting without disconnecting the electrical cord via the Menu button on the handset: 1. Press Menu 2. Press Settings (or 3 on the dial pad) 3. Press Basic (or 1 on the dial pad) 4. Press Restart Phone (or 5 on the dial pad) 5. Press Yes softkey to confirm Important: If your phone losses electrical power or is restarted, the information in the Call Lists is lost. It is not a good idea to depend on these for retrieving phone numbers. The numbers in your Contact Directory are not affected by the handset restarting. Getting Help For additional help with your Polycom 650 phone or voice mail: go to Penn Voice Services at and click the link Users Guides & FAQs for answers to Frequently Asked Questions or to down load a user guide. To report repairs or problems with your Polycom phone, contact your department s voice services support provider. 12
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AUTO DIAL To Program NOTE To Dial CALL PARK - Park a call - Retrieve the call CALL PICKUP Without Call Pickup key With Call Pickup key CALLING PARTY PRIVACY Stores one phone number per key for quick dial.
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Overview of IP Phone 1 Handset Pick up to place or answer a call. 2 Message Waiting Indicator Displays solid red when you have a new voice mail message. Flashes red during an incoming call. 3 LCD Screen
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Using Basic Call Management Functions This chapter provides instructions on using your basic phone functions. It includes the following sections: Managing the Audio Source and Volume, page 28 Answering
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