Avaya 4424LD+ User Manual
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4406D+, 4412D+. 4424D+, and 4424LD+ Telephones User’s Guide

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Programming and

Feature Codes


555-710-127Comcode 108493370 Issue 2

January 2000

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Your Telephone

Call Handling

Using Features

Programming and

Feature Codes

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Your Telephone



In this User Guide, fixed buttons on your telephone are indicated by a solid red background ( Spkr ). Buttons you label and program are represented by red letters on a white background (CampOn ).

Line buttons are buttons used to make or receive inside or outside calls. Line buttons are labeled differently depending on how your system is configured. For example, you may have line buttons that provide you with direct access to an outside line, Pool buttons that provide you with access to an outside line after dialing an access code (usually a 9), Shared buttons that allow lines to be shared among co-workers,or Intercom buttons that provide you with access to internal dial tone.

In addition, line buttons may be labeled with an "R" (for Ring), "V" (for Voice), or "OO" (for Originate Only):

Ring Buttons - Calls you make arrive as ringing calls.

Voice Buttons - Calls you make arrive asvoice-announcedcalls.

Originate Only - Line button can only be used to make (not receive) calls.

In this guide, LINE represents a button that is labeled with an outside line number andEXT represents a button that may be labeled with an extension number or an Intercom number.

Your Telephone



To use the speakerphone, press Spkr .



To mute, press Mute . The Speakerphone/ Mute LED flashes




continuously, indicating that the call has been muted. To




return to normal operation, press Mute again. The



Speaker /Mute LED returns to steady.



Use the following guidelines to get the best performance from



your speakerphone:





Place your telephone at least one foot from any wall.









Avoid placing your telephone in a partly enclosed area,







such as underneath a low shelf over your desktop.





Place your telephone as far as possible from interfering







noises, such as your PC or a fan.





Place your telephone on a hard, flat surface.









The microphone is located on the right side of the







telephone. Allow at least one inch of clearance.





Your speakerphone performs better when the volume is set







in the middle or lower range because you can more easily



break into the conversation than when the speakerphone is set



at maximum.










Steady red







The line you are using or will use when you lift the








handset or press Spkr .





Steady green








The line is in use, or the feature programmed onto the





line button is on.





Flashing green





An incoming call is ringing on this line button, or a call





you transferred is returning on this line button.










You have put a call on hold on this line button.










Someone else has put a call on hold on this line button.






Your Telephone


Dial tone (steady tone)

You can make a call.

Busy (slow repeating tone)

The phone you are calling is busy.

Fast busy (fast repeating tone)

No lines are available.

Error (alternating high-lowtones)

You dialed or used a feature incorrectly.

Confirmation (double break in dial tone followed by steady tone)

You used a feature correctly.

Callback (5 short beeps)

A line or pool you selected, or an extension you called, is busy and the system is putting your call into the callback queue.

Call Waiting (1 or 2 beeps)

You have an inside call (1 beep) or an outside call (2 beeps) waiting for you.


1 long ring

Inside call.

1 short ring and 1 long ring

Outside call.

1 long ring and 3 short rings

Outside call transferred to you or a call you transferred returning to you.

1 beep each minute

Call on hold reminder tone.