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ContentsIntroduction to the M3905 Call Center telephone 9M3905 Call Center telephone 9M3905 Call Center telephone keys 10Your Telephone’s Controls 11Fixed and programmable telephone keys 11Fixed Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) Feature Keys 13Terms you should know 15Directory Numbers 16Primary Directory Number 16Individual Directory Number 16Your telephone’s display 17M3905 Call Center telephone display 17Options List 18Select a language 19Change a Feature Key label 19Adjust Screen contrast 21Adjust volume 21Choose Ring type 22Select Call Log options 22Use Live dial pad 23Select Preferred name match 23Set up area code 23Enable Call timer 24Select Date/time format 24Enable Key click 24Headset type selection 25Use Headset port on call 25Activate Headset port external alerter 26Display diagnostics 26Call Center Agent/Supervisor Features 273

ContentsHeadset interface 27Agent login 27Login with Agent ID and Multiple Queue Assignment (MQA) 28Correct errors during the login procedure 29Default login 30Agent logout 30Call Center Agent features 31Use Activity Code 31Answer Call Center calls 31Call Forcing 32Use the Emergency Key 33Use Not Ready 33Activate Make Set Busy 33Answer or make non-ACD calls 34Contact your supervisor 34Use Walkaway and Return from Walkaway 35Call Center Supervisor features 37Agent Keys 37Answer Agent 37Answer Emergency 37Call Agent 38Use the Supervisor Observe and Supervisor Headset Jack 38Observe Agent 39Interflow 39Night Service 40Viewing queue status 41The ACD Calls Waiting status indicator 41Display Queue 42Display agent status 43Your telephone’s non-ACD call features 44Make a call 44Use the Predial feature 444Draft 0.01

ContentsAuto Dial 45Ring Again 46Redial last number called 46Use Speed Call 47Make a System Speed Call 48Use Hot Line 48Make an Intercom call 49Answer a call 50While on an active call 51Place a call on Hold 51Transfer a call 51Use Timed Reminder Recall 52Use Attendant Recall 53Use Call Park 53Calling Party Number/Charge Account 55Display incoming calls 56Trace a Malicious call 56Incoming calls 57Activate Automatic Answerback 57Activate Call Pickup 58Use Call Waiting 59While you are away from your desk 60Forward calls 60Forward internal calls only 61Use Remote Call Forward 62Secure your telephone 64Talk with more than one person 65Set up a Conference call 65Join a call 66Selectable Conferee Display and Disconnect 67Use Group Call 685

ContentsAdditional Call Features 70Use the buzz signal 70Call Page to make an announcement 70Charge or Force Charge a call 71Enhanced Override Feature 73Forced Camp-on 74Override Feature 75Privacy Release Feature 75Radio Paging 76Voice Call 78Use the Voice Messaging control screens 78Directory display and navigation 80Access your Callers List, Redial List, or Personal Directory 80Directory password protection 81Call Log 84Access and use the Callers List 84Access and use the Redial List 85Use the Personal Directory 87Access the Personal Directory 87Add a Personal Directory entry 87Add an incoming call 89Add an outgoing call 90Delete or edit a Personal Directory entry 91Delete your Personal Directory 92Use the Personal Directory to make a call 92Use Card View 93Search for an entry 94Copy a number from the Redial List 94Set-to-Set Messaging 96Corporate Directory 996Draft 0.01

ContentsAccessories for the M3905 Call Center telephone 102Accessory Connection Module (ACM) 102Additional Key Caps 102Analog Terminal Adapter (ATA) 102Computer Telephony Integration Adapter (CTIA) 102Display-based Expansion Module 102External Alerter and Recorder Interface 102Handset 103Headsets 103Key-based Expansion Module 103Personal Directory PC Utility 103Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs) 1047

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Introduction to the M3905 Call Center telephoneIntroduction to the M3905 Call Center telephoneYour M3905 Call Center telephone provides easy access to a wide range ofbusiness features.Your network administrator assigns features to your feature keys and provides youwith passwords and other codes as required.The Meridian 1 system automatically controls incoming call routing to answeringpositions, and can provide music or recorded announcements to waiting callers.In this document, Call Center telephone and Automatic Call Distribution telephone(ACD) are interchangeable terms for the M3905 Call Center telephone.Optional accessories are available to expand the capabilities of the M3905 CallCenter Telephone. See “Accessories for the M3905 Call Center telephone” onpage 102 for more information.M3905 Call Center telephoneLCD DisplayGoodbyeHoldLEDSupervisorObserve KeyMessage Waiting LightProgrammable Line (DN)/Feature Keys (self-labeled)Context SensitiveSoft Keys (self-labeled)Fixed Feature KeysVolume Control pyMake BusyNavigation KeysNot Ready553-9043C9

Introduction to the M3905 Call Center telephoneM3905 Call Center telephone keysThe M3905 Call Center telephone features: Eight Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keys (self-labeled), giving youaccess to eight different lines (DNs) or features.Four Context Sensitive Soft Keys (self-labeled)Six Fixed Feature keys which may be configured to fit your businessneeds (see note):— Headset (with LED indicator)*— Call Agent— In-Calls*— Observe Agent— Call Supervisor*— Answer Emergency— Emergency*— Answer Agent— Not Ready*— Activity Code— Make Set Busy*— Display QueueNote: The Headset and In-Calls Keys are required. Your network administrator canreconfigure the remaining four keys to any of the features listed above. Default keys areindicated by an asterisk. Order the optional Key Cap Kit to obtain key caps for thenon-default features. See “Additional Key Caps” on page 102.10

Your Telephone’s ControlsYour Telephone’s ControlsFixed and programmable telephone keysUse the Volume Control Bar to control thevolume of the handset, headset, speaker,ringer, and handsfree. Increase the volumeby pressing the right side of the bar. Lowerit by pressing the left side.GoodbyeHeadset/You can terminate an active call bypressing the Goodbye Key. The GoodbyeKey is useful for disconnecting a handsfreecall./Press the Headset Key to switch a call backand forth between the optional handsetand the headset.A steady LCD indicator appearing besidea Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keymeans that the feature or line is active. Aflashing LCD indicator means the line is onhold or the feature is being programmed.2637HoldMute/By pressing the Hold Key, you can put anactive call on hold. Return to the caller bypressing the DN Key beside the flashingindicator./The Mute Key allows you to listen to aconversation without being heard. Push theMute Key again to return to a two wayconversation. The Mute Key applies to boththe headset and optional handsetmicrophones. The Mute LED flashes whenthe Mute option is in use.The Navigation Keys allow you to scrollthrough Menus and lists on the display.Copy/The Copy Key is reserved for futureapplications.11

Your Telephone’s ControlsThe Quit Key ends an active application.Pressing the Quit Key does not affect thestatus of calls currently on your telephone.QuitNote: If you press the Quit Key before theDone Key you exit without saving changes.Press the Done Key to exit and savechanges.OptionsThe Options Key allows you to access andmodify telephone options. It is configuredas the top left programmable feature keyon the telephone.Dir/LogThe Directory/Log Key allows you toaccess your Personal Directory (100entries), Callers List (last 100 calls), andRedial List (last 20 outgoing calls).App'sThe Applications Key allows you to accessadditional features that may be providedby your network administrator.The Individual (secondary) Line/DirectoryNumber (DN) Key(s) allow you to makeand receive non-ACD calls.2637More.TransExample:CallWait12The More Key allows you to accessadditional layers of Context Sensitive SoftKeys.Context Sensitive Soft Keys are configuredfor various features on the M3905 CallCenter telephone. The Soft Keys arelocated below the display area. These keyshave an LCD label above them thatchanges based on available features or theactive application.Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keysare located at the sides of the upperdisplay area. Once configured, these keysprovide one-touch feature activation. Astatus icon indicates call or feature status.

Your Telephone’s ControlsFixed Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) Feature KeysThe fixed feature keys on your M3905 Call Center telephone are labeled at thefactory. The default feature keys are: Headset, Call Supervisor, Emergency, NotReady, Make Busy, and In-Calls. The Headset and In-Calls keys can not bereconfigured. The remaining four keys can be configured for any of the followingfeatures: Activity, Answer Emergency, Answer Agent, Observe Agent, DisplayQueue (waiting calls), or Call Agent.In - Calls/The In-Calls Key provides easy access toyour Primary or ACD Directory Number ofthe agent position. Press the In-Calls Key toanswer incoming ACD calls.Headset/Press the Headset Key to switch back andforth between using the headset and usingthe optional handset. The headset indicatoris lit when the headset is active.Note 1: Headsets vary in electrical,physical, and audio characteristics.Performance perception is subjective soNortel Networks recommends that you thatyou try using the headset with each of thethree settings on both internal and externalcalls. This will help you determine whichsetting works best. As with all MeridianDigital Telephones, both amplified andunamplified headsets are supported.Note 2: Use the Amplified Headset settingif you are using an amplified headset.Note 3: The handset is an optionalhardware item. If you order this option,Nortel Networks recommends that it beinstalled by your network administrator.Supervisor/The Supervisor Key is a direct line on theagent telephone to the supervisor.Emergency/Press the Emergency Key to join thesupervisor into a call that you judge to bean emergency situation.13

Your Telephone’s ControlsNot ReadyMake BusyActivity/Press the Not Ready Key to put the agentposition in a Not Ready state. The NotReady state takes the agent out of the ACDqueue without logging the agent out. TheNot Ready state allows the agent toperform and record post call processingduties connected to ACD calls.//Press the Make Busy Key to log out of theACD queue and agent position.Press the Activity Key and enter theappropriate activity code to record theactivity the agent is performing.Ans Emerg/The Answer Emergency Key on theSupervisor ACD telephone corresponds tothe agent emergency call key.Ans Agent/The Answer Agent Key on the SupervisorACD telephone corresponds directly to theagent’s call supervisor key, this allows adirect connection to the supervisor from anagent position.Obv Agent/The Observe Agent Key (on the SupervisorACD telephone) allows the supervisor tomonitor the activity on the agentstelephone.Dsply Queue/The Display Queue Key on the Supervisorand Agent ACD telephone displays to theagent or the supervisor information on thenumber and waiting times of the calls inthe ACD queue.CallAgt/The Call Agent Key on the Supervisor setconnects the supervisor to an agentposition.The Supervisor Observe Key allows awalk-around supervisor to plug a headsetinto the headset jack at the side of theagent’s telephone and monitor or join theconversation between the agent and theCall Center caller. The LED adjacent to thiskey lights to indicate that the jack is in use.14

Terms you should knowTerms you should knowAttendant — The attendant is a telephone operator in your organization.Call party information—When your telephone rings, the display shows Call PartyName Display (CPND) information. The system must have CPND enabled. Thedisplay shows the phone number and name, if available, of the incoming call.Context Sensitive Soft Keys — The four keys located directly below the displayare referred to as Context Sensitive Soft Keys. The label and function of each keychanges depending upon the available features or the active application.Directory Number (DN) — The Directory Number is a number that consists of oneto seven digits for a telephone, also known as an extension number.Fixed Keys—The Fixed Keys are the hard, factory labeled, keys on yourtelephone.Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs) —Flexible Feature Codes (FFCs) allow you toaccess features for which you do not have a fixed or soft feature key. FlexibleFeature Codes are applicable to the Meridian 1 system only. For yourconvenience, the FFCs for your system can be printed on a page located at theback of this guide.Indicator — An indicator is an LCD or LED that displays the current status of afeature by its state; flashing, winking, steady on, or off.Information screen—The Information screen displays call activity, lists, prompts,and status of calls.Interrupted dial tone—Interrupted dial tone is a broken or pulsed dial tone, heardwhen you access some of the features on your telephone.Meridian 1 — The Meridian 1 is your office communications system.More. — The More Key allows access to the multiple layers of the ProgrammableFeature Keys. These keys are the four keys located below the lower display area.Off-hook — Off-hook is a term used to indicate that the telephone is active andready to make a call. On the M3905 you can go off-hook when you press yourIndividual DN Key only. The M3905 does not go off-hook when you press theIn-Calls Key or your Primary (ACD) DN Key.Paging tone— Paging tone is a special tone heard when using the Radio Pagingfeature. You hear two beeps followed by a dial tone.Primary Directory Number (PDN)— The Primary Directory Number is the mainextension number on your telephone. It is accessed using the Primary DirectoryNumber (PDN) Key. On the M3905 your Primary Directory Number and yourACD Directory Number are the same. The In-Calls Key connects directly to thePDN Key.15

Directory NumbersPrivate Line — A Private Line can be assigned to your telephone. With this lineyou can reach an outside number without dialing a code to access an outside line.Internal extensions cannot be dialed from a private line.Ringback/ring tone— The Ringback/ring tone is the sound you hear when a callyou have made is ringing at its destination.Shared Directory Numbers — A shared directory number is a DN (extension)that is shared by two or more telephones. This is also known as a MultipleAppearance DN (MADN).Special dial tone— The special dial tone refers to three consecutive tones followedby dial tone that you hear when accessing some of your telephone features.Switchhook — The switchhook is the button the optional handset presses down,disconnecting your call, when you replace the handset. When you lift the handseton the M3905 you must press an Individual Line (DN) Key to receive dial tone.Directory NumbersPrimary Directory NumberThe lower right Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Key is the ACD PrimaryDirectory Number (DN) Key. The function of this key is identical to that of theIn-Calls Key.Individual Directory NumberThe Individual Directory Number (DN) is a secondary DN for the telephone. Youcan make outgoing calls on this number and receive incoming calls. TheIndividual line can be configured to have all the standard functions of a regular,non-ACD, telephone line.Note: You have only one Primary Directory Number assigned to your telephone.You can have multiple Individual DNs assigned to your telephone.16

Your telephone’s displayYour telephone’s displayThis section summarizes the display features of the M3905. An example of an idledisplay is shown in the following figure.M3905 Call Center telephone displayThe upper portion of the display on the M3905 gives line and feature statusinformation, the lower display area is a two line feature information display.Line/FeatureKey StatusDate/time displayCall party infoFeature Status infoOptions infoDirectories toDial2637Aug 20 5:48 PNORTEL NETWORKS5 New callersForward Callers RedialQuitCopy553-9091Note: Refer to “Your Telephone’s Controls” on page 11 for information on thespecialized keys on your M3905 Call Center telephone.17

Options ListOptions ListThe Options List allows you to customize certain characteristics of your phone.Screen prompts take you step-by-step through procedures and keep you informedon the status of the following settings: Language, Change feature key label,Screen contrast, Volume adjustment, Ring type, Call log options, Preferred namematch, Area code set-up, Call timer enable, Date/time format, Key click enable,Headset type, and Display diagnostics.To change any option’s setting:Options1. Press the Options Key.2. Use the Navigation Keys to scroll upor down through the options list.Select3. Press the Select Key when the desiredoption is highlighted.4. Change the option’s settings. Refer tothe following pages for details. Thedisplay also provides you withinformation to adjust your selection.DoneQuitorOptions5. Press the Done Key to save yourchanges.6. Press the Quit Key or Options Key toexit.Note: If you press the Quit Key or Options Key before you press the Done Key,you exit the Options List without saving your changes.18

Options ListSelect a languageThe display is available in multiple languages. After you select Language. . . fromthe Options List menu,1. Use the Navigation Keys to highlightthe desired language (e.g., German).DeutschSelect2. Press the Select Key.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Change a Feature Key labelYou can change the name on the Programmable Line (DN)/Feature Keys(self-labeled). These keys are located on both sides of the top portion of thedisplay area.To change a Feature Key label:1. Press the down Navigation Key onceto highlight Change feature keylabel.Change feature key labelSelect2. Press the Select Key.This action takes you to the FeatureKey menu and highlights Changefeature key label.Select3. Press the Select Key again.The prompt asks you to select the keyyou want to change.AutoDial4. Press the Programmable Line/FeatureKey whose label you want to change,(e.g., AutoDial).5. Press the Dial Pad Key that is printedwith the first letter in your new label.Press the key until the correct characterappears.19

Options ListNote: Use the Case Key to change the case of the letter, as needed.Press the UpNavigation Key to access special characters you may want to include in the label.Use the Navigation Keys to locate the character you want to include. Press theSelect Key to choose the highlighted character. Press the Return Key to return tolabel entry without selecting a special character.6. Press the right Navigation Key once tomove the cursor (so you can enter thenext letter) when the desired letterappears.7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until you havechanged the entire label.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Note: For a detailed example of using the dial pad to enter text into your M3905Call Center telephone, please see “Add a Personal Directory entry” on page 87.To restore key label(s):1. From the Feature Key menu, use thedown Navigation Key to highlightRestore all key labels or Restoreone key label.Restore all key labelsRestore one key labelSelectPurchasing2. Press the Select Key.3. If you are restoring one key label,press the Programmable Line(DN)/Feature Key (self-labeled) thatyou want to restore to the originallabel (e.g., Purchasing).Press the Done Key to return to the Options List menu. Press the Quit Key orOptions Key to exit.Note: You cannot change the label on the primary DN. Press the Shift Key if thelabel you want to change is on the second layer of Programmable Line/FeatureKeys (self-labeled).20

Options ListAdjust Screen contrastThe Screen contrast option allows you to adjust the contrast of the display on yourtelephone. After you select Screen contrast from the Options List menu;LowerorHigherFrom the Contrast screen, press theLower Key to decrease the displaycontrast level, or press the Higher Keyto increase the display contrast level.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Adjust volumeUse the Volume adjustment option to select a comfortable sound level for thevarious audio signals.Note: After you select Volume adjustment. . . from the Options List menu, a listof adjustable items for your telephone model appears. It is recommended that youadjust these parameters while you are on a telephone call so that you can judgethe impact of the changes your are making.To adjust the Ringer volume:1. Select Ringer from the Volume menu.RingerLowerorHigher2. Press the Lower Key to decrease theringer volume, or press the Higher Keyto increase the ringer volume.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Use the procedure above to adjust the volume on the following items:BuzzerHeadset listenSpeakerHeadset talkHandset listenHeadset sidetoneNote: Headset sidetone is the sound ofyour own voice that you hear in theheadset speaker.21

Options ListChoose Ring typeThe Ring type option allows you to choose from among the various ringingsounds available for your telephone model. After you select Ring type. . . fromthe Options List menu;1. Use the Navigation Keys to scrollthrough the list of ring types.Ring type 3Play2. Press the Play Key to sample a ringtone.Select3. Press the Select Key to activate thedesired ring type.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Select Call Log optionsThe Call Log options setting provides a choice of logging all incoming calls,logging only the unanswered calls, or not logging any calls. The Call Log holds upto 100 different incoming entries. After you select Call log options from theOptions List menu;From the Log options menu, use theNavigation Keys to highlight andselect either:Log all callsorLog unanswered callsLog all callsorLog unanswered callsNote: New call indication must be setto On, if you want Call Log notification.Press the Done Key to save selection. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.22

Options ListUse Live dial padThe Live dial pad option allows you to press any dial pad key to automaticallyaccess a dial tone. After you select Live dial pad from the Options List menu;OnorOffFrom the Live dialpad screen, press theOn Key to turn on Live dial pad, or pressthe Off Key to turn off Live dial pad.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Select Preferred name matchThe Preferred name match option displays the names of incoming and outgoingcallers as stored in your Personal Directory, if the telephone number matches theone stored in your directory. This option allows you to personalize the displayednames for incoming and outgoing calls. After you select Preferred name matchfrom the Options List menu;OnorOffFrom the Name match screen, pressthe On Key to turn on Preferred namematch, or press the Off Key to turn offPreferred name match.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Note: Preferred name match cannot support Dialed Number IdentificationServices (DNIS) interworking unless the preferred name configured (within the set)is less than or equal in length to the CPND/DNIS name configured on the CallServer.Set up area codeUsing the Area code set-up option causes the Callers List and Calling Line ID(CLID) display show the number/extension followed by the area code/prefix inparenthesis. This makes it easier to identify local calls and internal calls. You candefine up to three codes. After you select Area code set-up from the Options Listmenu1st Code: 4082nd Code:3rd Code:Use the Navigation keys to place yourcursor in the first line and enter anarea/country code of your choice.Note: You can enter up to three codes ofyour choice.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.23

Options ListEnable Call timerThe Call timer enable option measures how long you are on each call. After youselect Call timer enable from the Options List menu;OnorOffFrom the Call timer screen, press theOn Key to turn on the Call timer, orpress the Off Key to turn off the Calltimer.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Select Date/time formatThere are eight Date/time formats. Four formats are based on the 12 hour clockand four are based on the 24 hour clock. After you select Date/time format. . .from the Options List menu;Use the Navigation Keys to scrollthrough the eight formats. The sampleformats appear on the upper right sideof the display area.Format 3Press the Done Key to select the highlighted format. Press the Quit Key or OptionsKey to exit.Enable Key clickThe Key click option causes the handset or speaker to produce a clicking soundwhen you press the telephone keys. After you select Key click enable from theOptions List menu;OnorOffFrom the Key click screen, press theOn Key to turn on Key click, or pressthe Off Key to turn off Key click.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.24

Options ListHeadset type selectionThe Headset type option allows you to select one of the three different headsettypes: Type 1, Type 2, or Amplified. Select the setting that works best for theheadset that you are using. After you select Headset type from the Options Listmenu;From the Headset type menu, use theNavigation Keys to highlight andselect either:Headset Type 1Type 1 headsetorHeadset Type 2orAmplified HeadsetorType 2 headsetorAmplified headsetPress the Done Key to save selection. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Use Headset port on callThe Headset port on call option requires that a lamp-type accessory be connectedto the headset port. When the Headset port on call option is activated and theuser is on a call, the lamp lights providing an indication that a call is in progress.After you select Headset port on call from the Options List menu;OnorOffFrom the On call screen, press the OnKey to turn on Headset port on call, orpress the Off Key to turn off Headsetport on call.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Note: Additional equipment is required to implement this option. For moreinformation please contact your Nortel Networks distributor.25

Options ListActivate Headset port external alerterWhen the Headset port external alerter option is activated, it supports a visual oraudible alerter and/or recorder device. This device plugs into the Headset port,which is located on the bottom of the telephone. After you select Headset portext alerter from the Options List menu;OnorOffFrom the External alerter screen, pressthe On Key to turn on Headset portexternal alerter, or press the Off Key toturn off Headset port external alerter.Press the Done Key to save changes. Press the Quit Key or Options Key to exit.Note: Additional equipment is required to implement this option. For moreinformation please contact your Nortel Networks distributor.Display diagnosticsThe Display diagnostics option tests the functionality of your telephone’s displayscreen and indicator lights. This option also provides information on the firmwarecurrently in use on your M3905 Call Center telephone. After you select Displaydiagnostics from the Options List menu;Use the up or down Navigation Key toscroll through the list and view thechanging display screens.Press the Done Key to return to the Options List menu. Press the Quit Key orOptions Key to exit.26

Call Center Agent/Supervisor FeaturesCall Center Agent/Supervisor FeaturesThis section describes features and procedures common to both the Call CenterAgent and the Call Center Supervisor.Headset interfaceThe Headset Key is used to switch between the headset and the handset mode ofoperation. If you do not have the optional handset installed, all calls will beconnected to your headset. The LED lights steadily to indicate you are in headsetmode. The headset LED is dark (unlit) if you are in handset mode.If you have the handset option installed, press the Headset Key to enter handsetmode. The headset LED will go dark, and all calls will be presented to the handset.Lift the handset and press a DN or In-Calls key to receive calls. To make outgoingcalls using your handset, lift the handset and press an individual DN Key toreceive dial tone. If you want to return to headset mode press the Headset Key.The headset LED will light steadily, and all calls will be presented to the headset.Note: Refer to your distributor for recommended headset types for use with theM3905 Call Center telephone.Test your headset with the telephone before using the telephone to receive calls. Ina noisy environment, an amplified headset is an option. Select Headset type in theOptions list and choose Type 1, Type 2, or Amplified. When an amplified headsetis used, there are two methods of volume control: the Volume Control Bar on thetelephone and the volume control on the headset amplifier. You should adjust thetelephone volume before adjusting the headset volume. To provide the bestcommunication with the least amount of distortion, the headset volume controlshould have a higher setting than the telephone volume control.Agent loginIn - Calls/1. Press the In-Calls Key.2. Dial your Agent ID (if required).In - Calls/3. Press either the In-Calls Key, or the NotReady Key to enter the ACD queue.orNot Ready/27

Call Center Agent/Supervisor FeaturesLogin with Agent ID and Multiple Queue Assignment (MQA)The process of logging in using MQA consists of entering your four digit Agent IDfollowed by a Supervisor ID (if your queue requires one) followed by up to fiveACD DNs and priority values (if priority values are be

setting works best. As with all Meridian Digital Telephones, both amplified and unamplified headsets are supported. Note 2: Use the Amplified Headset setting if you are using an amplified headset. Note 3: The handset is an optional hardware item. If you

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