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CHAPTER
Getting Started with Cisco IP Communicator
Cisco Product Security Overview
Getting Started Checklist
Installing Audio Devices Before First Launch
•Installing Cisco IP Communicator on Your Computer, page 1-4
Installing Cisco IP Communicator on Your Computer
•Launching Cisco IP Communicator, page 1-5
Launching Cisco IP Communicator
•Using the Audio Tuning Wizard, page 1-6
Using the Audio Tuning Wizard
Configuring and Registering Cisco IP Communicator
•Testing Cisco IP Communicator, page 1-9
Testing Cisco IP Communicator
Learning About Cisco IP Communicator Features and the Interface
•Cisco IP Communicator Features, page 2-1
Cisco IP Communicator Features
About the Cisco IP Communicator Interface
•Buttons and Other Components, page 2-4
Buttons and Other Components
Phone Screen Features
•How to Navigate the Interface, page 2-9
How to Navigate the Interface
Using Keyboard Shortcuts
Using the Menu
Using the Window Control Buttons
Using the Incoming Call Notification
Choosing Phone Screen Items
Using Feature Menus
Entering and Editing Text
Going On-Hook and Off-Hook
•Call and Line States and Icons, page 2-16
Call and Line States and Icons
Accessing Online Help
Feature Functionality and Availability
Handling Calls with Cisco IP Communicator
•How to Handle Basic Calls, page 3-1
How to Handle Basic Calls
Placing a Call
Placing a Video Call
Answering a Call
Ending a Call
Using Hold and Resume
Using Mute
Transferring a Connected Call
Selecting Calls
Switching Between Calls
Switching an In-Progress Call to Another Phone
Forwarding Your Calls to Another Number
Using Do Not Disturb
How to Make Conference Calls
Using Conference
Using Join (SCCP phones only)
Using cBarge
Using Meet-Me
Viewing or Removing Conference Participants
How to Handle Advanced Call Features
Using Cisco Extension Mobility
Managing Business Calls Using a Single Phone Number
Storing and Retrieving Parked Calls
Logging Out of Hunt Groups
Making and Receiving Secure Calls
Tracing Suspicious Calls
Prioritizing Critical Calls
Redirecting a Ringing Call to Cisco IP Communicator
Calling Back a Busy Line When It Becomes Available
Using Busy Lamp Field to Determine a Line State
How to Use Shared Lines
•Adding Yourself to a Shared-Line Call, page 3-32
•Preventing Others from Viewing or Barging a Shared-Line Call, page 3-33
Preventing Others from Viewing or Barging a Shared-Line Call
Placing or Receiving Intercom Calls
Customizing Settings on Cisco IP Communicator
•Where to Access Settings, page 4-1
Where to Access Settings
Adjusting the Volume for a Call
Customizing Rings and Message Indicators
Customizing the Phone Screen
About Viewing and Customizing Preferences
Selecting an Audio Mode
About Audio Devices in Audio Drop-Down Lists
Network Audio Settings
•Advanced Audio Settings, page 4-13
Advanced Audio Settings
Directories Settings
Using Headsets and Other Audio Devices with Cisco IP Communicator
•Obtaining Audio Devices, page 5-1
Obtaining Audio Devices
Using a Headset
Using Your Computer as a Speakerphone
•Using a USB Handset, page 5-5
Using a USB Handset
Removing and Re-Installing Audio Devices
•Accessing Voice Messages, page 6-1
Accessing Voice Messages
Using Call Logs
Directory Dialing
Using the Corporate Directory
Using Personal Directory
Using the Quick Search Feature
•Entering Password Information for Quick Search, page 6-10
Entering Password Information for Quick Search
Customizing Cisco IP Communicator with Cisco Unified CM User Options
Logging In to the Cisco Unified CM User Options Web Pages
Logging In to the Cisco Unified CM User Options Web Pages
Using Your Personal Address Book (PAB)
Configuring Fast Dials
Setting Up Speed Dials
Setting Up Phone Services
Controlling User Settings
Controlling Line Settings
Setting Up Phones and Access Lists for Mobile Connect
Using Cisco WebDialer
Troubleshooting Cisco IP Communicator
•General Troubleshooting Issues, page 8-1
General Troubleshooting Issues
•Voice Quality Issues, page 8-4
Voice Quality Issues
Using the Quality Reporting Tool to Troubleshoot Performance Problems
Using the Quality Reporting Tool to Troubleshoot Performance Problems
Enabling Detailed Logs
Capturing Information About Problems
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