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ANSWERING A CALL
‡ Your telephone rings and the LINE icon flashes.
‡ Pick up the receiver and speak.
‡ To end the conversation, hang up.

5. REDIALLING ONE OF THE LAST TEN NUMBERS CALLED


Your fax machine allows you to redial one of the last ten numbers called.
‡ Press the REDIAL key.
‡ If necessary, use the navigator and keys to select a number among the last ten called.
‡ To call the number displayed, press the SPEAKER key or pick up the receiver.

Note: you can delete the numbers stored in the REDIAL key at any time by pressing C, REDIAL and OK.

6. MUTE MODE
During a telephone call, if you want your party not to hear you:
‡ Press the STOP key.
‡ Press the STOP key again to resume the conversation.

7. USING RECALL, # AND *


ACCESSING SERVICES
The RECALL, # and * keys give access to Telecom services. Refer to your telephone directory or contact your
Telecom agency to get information concerning these services.

COMMUNICATING WITH A SERVER AND REMOTE CONTROL


If your machine is in pulse dialling mode, you can witch to tone dialling during a call by pressing the * key to
send a multi-frequency (tone) sequence to a server or access a machine externally (for example, an answering
machine).

RECALL KEY
If your machine is connected to a private network (PABX), this key generally allows you to transfer a call (see
exchange documentation).

8. TRANSFERRING A CALL
This function is useful when you want to continue your conversation on another extension on the same line.

Example: you are using the handset.


You wish to continue the conversation using a telephone located in another room:
‡ Tell your party you are transferring the call.
‡ Press the key.
‡ Replace the handset (instead of freeing the line, your machine "holds" the line).
‡ Go to the other room, pick up the handset and resume your conversation.

Note: pressing the key has no effect if the handset is not replaced within 4 seconds. You have 25 seconds
to pick up the other, handset before the communication is cut.

9. TIMING YOUR CALLS


10 seconds after the last digit is entered, the counter indicating the duration of the call is displayed.
This counter indicates the communication time calculated from the last digit entered.

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