Re: need to listen in on our conference call, but mute my...
While listening with the Speaker ON, press <Feature>, "1" to turn the MIC OFF. Use the same procedure to turn it back ON. Depending on your software level, the mic LED may flash or just turn off (if it was on previously).
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The "mic" button on the mitel telephone is your MUTE button. However, this may not work if you are taking the call on the handset (depending on the version of Mitel software on the main control). In this situation the MUTE button only works on handsfree (speakerphone) calls. Note well - if your office phone system has Music-On-Hold then **DO NOT** put a conference call on hold. MOH is extremely disruptive to other parties on the call,
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Hi To delete messages you need to first listen to them all on your machine via the BASE, then after all the messages have been played (which can be very boring) press and hold the DEL button. It will then ask you to confirm deletion by pressing OK. Not too sure about the conference call as mine does not have it. If however someone else in the same room wants to listen to the caller you can press the handsfree button (speaker icon) on BASE. If you want to speak to someone within your household in another room, you need to press OK on HANDSET, then press down to INTERCOM, press OK again and it will give you several options, INTERCOM ALL (where all available handsets can talk to each other), or HANDSET 1 or 2 to select a specific one. Hope I have helped and it does not sound too gibberish! Regards
sounds as if you will need your vendor to program your phone and others that need be to have Handsfree/mute capabilities.. i assume since you can not mute then you can not place your phone on Handsfree either.
The button that mutes the speakerphone is the mic/HFAI key located above your speaker button. The mic mute feature works while using the speaker, when the phone is idle it works as the handsfree answerback intercom.
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