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CONTENTS

CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

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About This Guide.................................

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Phone Layout ......................................

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Button Description .........................................

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Button Description .......................................

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Icon (Display) Description ............................

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About scrolling and menu navigation14

ABOUT THE A-MENU

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Settings & Options ............................

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Call settings.................................................

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Screen ........................................................

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Sound .........................................................

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Application settings......................................

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Backup & Restore ........................................

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Advanced....................................................

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Applications ......................................

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Contacts .....................................................

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Call Log ......................................................

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Calendar.....................................................

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Calculator ...................................................

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Alarm clock.................................................

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Web browser ..............................................

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Log in/Log out ..................................

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Log out now ...............................................

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Lock phone now?........................................

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Button Lock ................................................

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Unlock code................................................

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Restart phone .............................................

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SIM card.....................................................

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ANSWERING A CALL

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Answering a call using the

 

Speakerphone ...................................

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Putting a call on Speakerphone ........

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Ignoring an incoming call .................

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MAKING A CALL

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Overlap Dialing..................................

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En bloc Dialing ..................................

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Enhanced Dialing ..............................

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Clearing a number.............................

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MUTING A CALL

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PUTTING A CALL ON HOLD

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TRANSFERRING A CALL

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ABOUT CONFERENCE CALLS

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Setting up a conference call..............

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Adding a person on another line to a

conference call ..................................

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Adding a person on hold to a

 

conference call ..................................

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Putting a conference call on hold .....

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Transferring a conference call ..........

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Displaying all conference parties......

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Muting a person on a conference call 41

Dropping a person from a conference

call ....................................................

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Refreshing a list of conference parties

..........................................................

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ABOUT BRIDGED CALLS

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Answering a call on a bridged line....

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Joining a call on a bridged line .........

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Making an outgoing call on a bridged

line....................................................

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ABOUT SOME FEATURES

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Sending all calls directly to another

 

number (Send All Calls)....................

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Forwarding calls (CFrwd) .................

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Calling a person from the directory

 

(Directory)........................................

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Configuring simultaneous ringing for

multiple telephones (EC500) ............

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Contacts ............................................

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Find Name ..................................................

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Add Entry....................................................

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Speed List ...................................................

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Delete All ....................................................

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Group Setting…………………………………………..57

Memory Status ............................................

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Call Log .............................................

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Missed Calls.................................................

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Received Calls .............................................

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Outgoing Calls.............................................

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Delete All ....................................................

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Calendar............................................

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Alarm Clock .......................................

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Calculator..........................................

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Text Entry

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Changing the Text Input Mode .........

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Quickly Changing the Text Input Mode..........

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Using the T9 Mode ............................

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Smart Punctuation.......................................

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Changing the Case.......................................

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Inserting a Space ........................................

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Entering a Number directly ..........................

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Scrolling......................................................

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Clearing Letters and Words..........................

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Returning to the Previous Screen .................

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Using the ABC Mode .........................

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Changing the Case ......................................

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Inserting a Space ........................................

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Entering a Number directly ..........................

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Scrolling......................................................

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Clearing Letters and Words..........................

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Returning to the Previous Screen .................

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Using the Symbolic Mode .................

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Using the Number Mode ...................

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TROUBLESHOOTING

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ANNEX

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Index ................................................

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INTRODUCTION

About This Guide

This user guide provides instructions for the use of Avaya 3631 Wireless Telephone.

Please take the time to study this guide to become familiar with the operation of your telephone and the benefits this new phone can provide. Keep this guide handy.

You may need to look up instructions for infrequently used features.

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Avaya 3631 Wireless Telephone User Guide

Phone Layout

The following figure shows the main Elements of your phone.

Speaker

 

 

Headset Jack

Volume Button

 

 

Mute Button

OK Button

Navigation Button

Left Soft Button

Right Soft Button

 

OK

Send Button

End Call/ Power Button

Speakerphone Button

Cancel/Delete Button

A-menuButton

 

Dial Pad

Key-LockButton

Quiet mode Button

Textediting: Shiftkey

Textediting: Space

character

 

Microphone

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Avaya 3631 Wireless Telephone User Guide

Button Description

 

 

Button

Description

 

 

 

 

 

Volume button

Press Volume to adjust the volume during a call or for ringing, beeps and tones.

 

 

 

 

 

Softbuttons

Use the softbuttons to select one of the actions listed along the bottom of the display.

 

 

 

The possible actions will vary depending on what else is displayed.

 

 

 

 

 

Send button

Press Send to start a call or answer. If you continue to press Send, you can select a

 

 

 

phone number from those you recently received or dialed.

 

 

 

 

 

Speakerphone

Press Speakerphone button to use the speakerphone. To stop using the speakerphone,

 

button

press Speakerphone button again.

 

 

 

 

 

Navigation

Use the navigation arrows to scroll up or down in a list or, when ◄► is displayed at the

 

buttons

top of the screen, to scroll right or left among different menus.

 

 

 

 

 

OK button

Press OK to confirm a selection on the display or to answer or start a call.

 

 

 

 

 

Cancel button

Press Cancel to move to a previous menu, or to delete a character during text entry or

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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