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Can not dial out, but can receive calls. When dialing a number the following message is heard We are sorry, your call cannot be completed at this time. Please hang up and try your call again later.

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repeat you setup for all station you want to connect to it.

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SOURCE: Can not able to dial out any number from Polycom VSX 7000.

Check out the following things:-

1. When dialing a ISDN number, be sure that the call preference has not been set to IP H.323 on the home screen just below the dialing field.

2. Check with your service provider that outwards dialling have been enabled on the lines provided to you.

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SOURCE: How do you conference in

This will depend upon whether your Polycom is connected to a PBX system or using a public landline. If using the Polycom through a PBX you may need to consult the system admin as you will often need to enter a 'conference code' before you dial the second party ie.

1. Dial the first party and ask them to hold
2. Press the Flash key
3. Dial the conference code for your system ie. #46
4. Dial the next party and ask them to hold
5. Press the Flash key twice and all parties are joined.

If you are using a public landline (ie. home phone line) then you will be limited to the conference services that your phone company provide and these are usually also accessed via a code. There are also conferencing services that for a fee you can dial into and follow the prompts to austomatically arrange your conference call.


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Lucent Telephone User's Guide (All Models) For corrections to this document, contact Steve Dantinne at sdantinne@vineland.org or 856.794.6700 x 2350 VoiceMail Welcome to Audix! The first time you use Audix you must record your name and create a password! To Log In: 1. ON Premise Dial 2099 OFF Premise Dial 856-794-6700 extension 2099 You may also dial the main school number to access the voice mail system 1. The system will ask for your extension number followed by the # sign. Note: Teachers will use their voicemail number followed by the # sign It is not the classroom extension number. 2. Enter First Time Password # sign. Record Name As you use Audix, your name will be heard by you and other Audix users. Press 1 Speak your name Press 1 when finished Press # to approve Create Password You will be required to enter a new password with a minimum of 5 digits followed by the # sign. The maximum length of a password is 15 digits. Reenter your password for confirmation followed by the # sign. To Create a Personal Greeting This is what callers will hear when they reach your mailbox. Press 3 anytime you wish to do anything concerning your greeting Press 1 to create your greeting Press 1 to indicate the greeting number you are going to record then speak your greeting Press 2 then 3 to replay the greeting Press # to approve Press 1 to activate for all calls **X or **9 to hang up. To Get Messages 1. ON Premise Dial 2099 OFF Premise Dial 856-794-6700 extension 2099 You may also dial the main school number to access the voice mail system 2. Enter your extension or voicemail number then press #. Note: Teachers will use their voicemail number followed by the # sign It is not the classroom extension number. 3. Enter your Password then press # You are now Logged in. Press 2 (You will hear the day, date and time the message was left and the length of the message. If the message is from another extension you will also hear the person's name and extension number) This is the header To play the message press 0 To listen to header again Press 2 then Press 3 To listen to message again Press 2 then Press 0 To Delete message Press *D To skip to next message Press # To forward Press 1 then Press 2 (record your comment) Press # when done recording. Enter the extension numbers you are forwarding to followed by #. Press # when done addressing. Press # to send. Call Handling Features Volume Control The volume control button will adjust three items. 1. If you are not using the telephone, it will adjust how loud or how softly the telephone rings. Press the up arrow to make the telephone ring louder. Press the down arrow to make the telephone ring softer. 2. If you are using the handset or receiver, it will adjust the sound of the incoming voice. The up arrow will make the voice louder. The down arrow will soften the voice. 3. If you are using your speakerphone, the volume control will adjust the sound on the speakerphone. The up arrow will make the sound louder. The down arrow will make the sound softer. Each item is independent of the other, depending on the device being used. That it what the volume bar will adjust. Hold The hold feature puts a call on hold until you can return to it. To keep a call on hold while you answer another call or perform another task. Press HOLD. The green light next to held call will blink. To return to the held call Press the call appearance button of the held call. Redial The Redial (or last number dialed), feature automatically redials the last extension or outside number dialed. To redial the last number that you dialed. 1. Press REDIAL. The last number you dialed is automatically redialed. Note: The redialed number can be an outside number, an extension, or a trunk or feature access code. Transfer The Transfer feature allows you to transfer a call from your telephone to another extension or outside number, if allowed. To send the present call to another extension or outside number 1. While on a call, press TRNSFR. (Dial Tone). Present call is put on hold, and the green light next to the held call blinks. You are given a new call appearance. 2. Dial the number to which the call is to be transferred. 3. Remain on the line and announce the call; if the line is busy or if there is no answer, return to the held call by pressing it's call appearance button. 4. Press TRNSFR again. Call is sent to the dialed number. 5. Hang up. ...............

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Driverts calls


Hi, You can use this instruction to activate and de-activate Call divert .Works on all phone


Turning Call Divert On

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by Touch Tone phone

Step 1 Lift the receiver and listen for the dial tone.
Step 2 Press the Divert On button if using an Optus OneTouch phone, or dial *78 from any other touch tone phone.
Step 3 Listen for three beeps followed by a continuous tone.
Step 4 Dial the telephone number to which the calls are to be diverted.
Step 5 Listen for two short beeps, confirming the diversion.
Step 6 Replace the receiver


Turning Call Divert Off

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By Touch Tone phone

Step1 Lift the receiver and listen for the dial tone
Step2 Press the Divert Off button if using an Optus OneTouch phone, or dial #78 from any other touch tone phone
Step3 Listen for two short beeps to confirm removal of the diversion
Step4 Replace the receiver.



Other Call Divert Options - Selective Calls
With selective call options, you can choose which numbers you wish to divert, accept or reject by adding these numbers to a list. You can list up to 30 numbers for each call option.

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Turning On or Off Selective Call Options

Step1 Lift the receiver and listen for the dial tone
Step2 Press the access code for the service you require. You will hear a prompt telling you the status of the service and how many telephone numbers you have on your list. To turn the service on/off press 3.

Access codes Dial
*63 for Selective Call Divert Dial
*68 for Selective Call Accept Dial
*60 for Selective Call Reject
Step3 For Selective Call Divert you will then hear the 'divert to' number that is currently entered. If this number is correct press 1. If it is incorrect, press 0, then re-enter the phone number you wish to have your calls diverted to. When turning this feature off dial 3 again.
Step 4 The feature is now on/off.
Step 5 Replace the receiver.


Note: You can divert calls to a local, national or mobile. However, you cannot divert calls to emergency, 0055, 1900, 008, 1800, 0050, 13, 1300 or international numbers.

Hope it helped.

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