Ascom OfficeM manual

Ascom OfficeM
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Icons and text in the display
* Warning: Handset may retain small magnetic objects around
the mouthcap or earcap region.
The OfficeM cordless telephone is designed to be used in an
indoor environment such as offices and not too heavy
industrial environment. The telephone is suitable for users
dependent on being reachable and/or having a need for
mobile messaging functions.
Note: Your unit may have more functions than described
here; see

User Manual, OfficeM Cordless Telephone

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Switch the phone on/off
Press and hold the No button until the display lights up/turns
blank.
Dial a number
Dial the number and press the Yes button.
Call a number from the call list
Open the Call list by pressing the Yes button. Step with ( )
and select one of the twenty last received, dialled, or missed
calls. Press the Yes button to dial.
Quick call by a name in the phonebook
Press and hold the key that holds the first character in the
name. Use short presses on the same key to step between the
characters, and use ( ) to select the desired name. Press the
Yes button.

Example:

if the name Eva is wanted, press key 3
(DEF); the name list that appears starts with D. Press the same
key twice; the first name that starts with “E” is displayed.
Scroll with ( ) to find the name. Press the Yes button to dial.
Call by a name in the phonebook
Enter Phonebook in the menu, select “Call”; “Name”
appears. Enter the first character(s) or the whole name (or
scroll with ( ) to find the name). Press the Yes button to dial.
Receive/End a call
When the signal sounds; press the Yes button to answer the
call, or press the Handsfree key to answer in loudspeaking
mode. Press the No button to end the call. The duration of the
call is shown in the display.
Transfer a call

(System dependent)

During a call, press the R key to put the call on hold. Dial the
number you want to transfer the call to. If the number is
available press the No button to transfer the call, or press the
R key to return to the call.
Charge the battery
Place the telephone in the desktop charger. A filled “Battery
icon” indicates a fully charged battery. While in a desktop
charger the telephone is fully operational.
Lock the keypad
Enter “Toolbox” in the menu, select “Locks” and then “Key
Lock”. Set to “Automatic” to enable the keypad lock.
The “Locked keypad” icon indicates a locked keypad.
Unlock the keypad manually
Press the -key and then the Yes button.
Adjust the earpiece volume during a call
Press the upper Volume button to increase the volume, and
the lower Volume button to decrease the volume.
Change the ringer volume
Enter “Toolbox” in the menu, select “Sound & Alerts” and
then “Ringer Volume”. Choose if you want to change the
volume for “Voice”, “Mail”, or “Alarm clock”. Select volume
by using ( ). Press the Yes button.
Turn the vibrator on/off
Enter “Toolbox” in the menu, select “Sound & Alerts” and
then “Vibrator alert”. Select “On”, “On when silent” or
“Off”. Press the Yes button.
Turn the loudspeaking function on/off
Press the Handsfree key to turn on/off the loudspeaker, either
before dialling a number or during a call.
Turn the ring signal on/off in stand-by mode
Press the Mute button and then the Yes button to change
between ring signal on/off. The “Ring signal muted” icon
indicates a silenced telephone.
Turn the mute mode on/off during a call
During the call, press the Mute button to turn on/off the mute
mode function.
Receive a text message
When a new message is received you are notified by a
flashing LED, a message tone, and the “New message“ icon
shown in the display. An urgent message is displayed directly.
If the message is received during a call, you are notified by a
beep. Messages are stored in the “Inbox” in the “Message”
menu.
Read a text message
Enter “Message” in the menu and select “Inbox”. Scroll with
( ) and select the message you want. Press the Yes button to
open and read the message. Now the message can be
removed, replied, confirmed (if required), or forwarded. The
sender or a number in the text can also be called.
Write and send a text message
Enter “Message” in the menu, select “Send” and then
“New”. Write the message, see under heading

Write text and

numbers

, press the Yes button. Enter the number and press
the Yes button to send.
Signal strength indicator
Battery icon (fully charged)
Battery icon (empty battery)
Ring signal muted
Loudspeaker on
New message
Confirm message
Read message
Voice mail
Locked keypad
Headset connected
Microphone muted
Missed call
Answered call
Outgoing call
OfficeM
Loudspeaker
(rear side)
Navigation key
Mute/C key
R/Message key
Handsfree key
Menu key
On hook, On/Off,
and No button
Headset
connector
Earpiece*
LED
Off hook and
Yes button
Volume up
Microphone
Volume down

Product presentation

Functions

Personal phonebook (100 entries)

Company phonebook (1000 entries)

Central phonebook (possibility to access one)

Changeable display contrast

Vibrator

Headset connector

Loudspeaking

Calculator

Alarm clock

SMS

Voicemail access

Conference call

Basic functions

Volume/Mute control

Messaging functions

Ascom OfficeM

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Ascom OfficeM specifications

General
Brand Ascom
Model OfficeM
Product Dect / voip phone
Language English
Filetype PDF

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