Telephone: Electronic Sets User Guides

The following models are discontinued by ITS, but are still in use on campus.

M5208 Meridian 8 Button w/Display

M5316 Meridian 16 Button Spkr w/Display

M5216 Meridian 16 Button ACD Set w/Display

Additional Information

Call Forward Programmable Per Key

Allows user to program three types of Call Forward features on each line number on set.

Activate Call Forward All:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to forward.

  2. Dial *108, and the 5-digit forwarding number. Listen for confirmation tone.

To Deactivate Call Forward All:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to cancel call forward all.

  2. Dial *109. Listen for confirmation tone.

Activate Call Forward Busy:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to forward.

  2. Dial *103, and the 5-digit forwarding number. Listen for confirmation tone.

To Deactivate Call Forward Busy:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to cancel call forward busy.

  2. Dial *104. Listen for confirmation tone.

Activate Call Forward Don't Answer:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to forward.

  2. Dial *105, and the 5-digit forwarding number. Listen for confirmation tone.

To Deactivate Call Forward Don't Answer:

  1. Without lifting handset, press line number you wish to cancel call forward don't answer.

  2. Dial *106. Listen to confirmation tone.

Simultaneous Ring (SimRing)

When enabled, this service redirects calls that you receive to multiple telephone numbers simultaneously. Any of the destinations can pick up the call, at which point all the others stop ringing.

To Manage SimRing:

  1. Press primary line number (usually key 1) of set.

  2. Press *110.

To Turn ON/OFF:

  • Press 3.

To Add a Number to List:

  • Press 9+1+ten-digit number.

To Remove a Number from List:

  • Press *9+1+ten-digit number*

    • To Hear List Entries: Press 1.

    • To Delete: Press 07.

    • To Hear Instructions: Press 0.

For More Information

Contact the Telecommunications Analysts for assistance.

 

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Thursday, March 30, 2017