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Displays a list of flexible CO keys. Used to set/clear the Auto Answer mode.
Displays a list of Phonebooks and call
logs.
Used to enter PBX Personal
Programming mode.
Displays the Outgoing Call Log. Used to set Call Forwarding and Do Not
Disturb.
Displays the last dialed number. Used to select an item when in setting
mode.
Opens the Incoming Call Log. Used to select AM or PM when setting
the Memo Alarm feature.
Opens the Group Log. Used to save a setting.
Activate/deactivate Noise Reduction. — —
*1 This function is only available in Office mode.
Caller ID
If an outside call that contains Caller ID information (a caller’s name and telephone number) is received,
this information will be logged in the incoming call log and displayed on the handset in one of the two
following ways:
If the caller’s information is stored in the PBX, that information can be displayed.
If the caller’s information is stored in the handset, that information can be displayed.
RIf information is stored in both the PBX and in the handset for the same caller, you can choose which
information will be displayed on the handset. Caller information stored in the PBX is displayed by
default. See "Display Option" on Page 68. If you set the handset to display the caller information
stored in the handset, caller information stored in the PBX will only be displayed if the caller
information is not stored in the handset.
When receiving a call, you can display the information stored in the handset by pressing , and
display the information stored in the PBX by pressing .
RThe caller information can be displayed even if a line access number, outside line number, or P
() is stored in the Phonebook. See "Other Option" on Page 70.
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Before Operating the Telephone
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