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***For a print out summary of the User Guide, please see: Using your Avaya 9611G Voice Over IP Phone.
Article Id: 18052
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General Information: The Avaya One-Mobile SIP Communicator App takes your cell phone and turns it into an extension of your campus desk phone. ( FREE!) ...
Article Id: 16566
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General Information This mobile phone application allows iPhone & Android users to change their office voicemail greeting from their mobile phone. Prerequisites 1. Basic Voicemail Service : subscribe by entering...
Article Id: 16554
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Transfer an Existing Call to a 3rd party from a single-line phone: 1. Begin by pressing your switch hook (or the Flash button or the Lightning Bolt button). 2. Hear the 3-beep recall dial tone, and dial the number you want the call to be transferred to. 3. Once the 3rd party...
Article Id: 15176
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Phone Basic Features: Campus Phone Codes These codes are for multi-line or single line phones. For additional questions, call the Help Desk at 578-3375. For a quick-reference for the following features, please visit this GROK...
Article Id: 6956
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Dialing Instructions for the LSU Phone System LSU Prefixes: 578 & 334 LSU PD: 911 & 8-3231 Local Call: 9 + number Local Call on Different Area Code: 9 + 1 + area code +...
Article Id: 6495
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LSU phone system has many features to offer the faculty and staff. These features make using the system faster and easier. ** These instructions are for single line phones. ** System Features: Automatic Callback: If you have dialed an extension number and reach a busy signal.
Article Id: 6494
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General Information The phones on LSU's campus use special commands to access the phone features: Call Forwarding, Call Pickup, Call Hold / Call Waiting, Caller ID Block, Data Privacy, Last Number Dialed, and Send-all-Calls to Voicemail. ...
Article Id: 6544
Category: Basic Features & How To's

Phone Signal Chart One short tone Your call is going to a coverage point. One short ring or one soft beep ...
Article Id: 6497
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Phone Symbols: The information provided below is cited from North Dakota State University Telecommunications and Emergency Support Technologies: Dial Tone: A continuous steady tone you can dial. Confirmation Tone : Three short tones- actions accepted, proceed. Reorder...
Article Id: 6496
Category: Basic Features & How To's