7400 Series Quick Reference Guide


Abbreviated Dialing | Consult | Automatic Dialing | Call Forward | Hold | Conference | Call Pickup | Redial | Inspect/Normal | Send Calls | Send All Calls Override (SACO) | Speaker | Transfer | Transfer to Voice Mail | Volume

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Abbreviated Dialing

Abbreviated dialing allows you to store selected phone numbers for quick and easy dialing.† Each telephone number can be dialed by using a two-digit code.† Stored numbers may be up to 24 digits in length.

NOTE: Users are assigned one type of list, either Group or Personal.

To program:

To access:


Consult allows your to speak privately to the intended recipient on a call received through call coverage.

The caller is reconnected to you. Talk with the caller.

Automatic Dialing

Your phone can be programmed to have Automatic Dial buttons.† Each AD button will dial one telephone number up to 20 digits long.

To program:

To access:

Call Forward

The Call Forward button allows you to temporarily redirect all your incoming calls to another extension.

NOTE: If the telephone to which you have forwarded your calls does not answer, the caller will be routed to your voice mailbox.

To activate:

To deactivate:


Hold temporarily keeps a call waiting for you to return. The party on the other end cannot hear you or background noise. It allows you to place the handset on-hook without terminating the call.

To put a call on hold while you answer another call:

To return to the held call:


Conference allows up to six parties to participate in the same call. Five of the six conference participants may be off-campus.

To add another party to a call:

To add a call you have put on hold to another call you are connected to:

To drop the last person added to a conference:

Call Pickup

The Call Pickup button allows anyone in a specified Call Pickup Group to answer an incoming call ringing on another telephone in the group.

To answer a ringing telephone:

To pickup a call while on another call:


This button will activate the speaker and automatically redial the last number dialed from your telephone.

To activate:


This feature allows you to inspect a call ringing on another call appearance while active on a call.

NOTE: This feature is for sets that are equipped with a display.

To activate:

The display will show who is calling on the ringing† call appearance.

Send Calls

The Send Calls button is used when you do not want your telephone to ring and want to send your calls directly to your Call Coverage Path.

To activate:

To deactivate:

Send All Calls Override (SACO)

This button allows you to call a telephone that has the send calls feature activated.


This is a two-way built-in speakerphone that allows you to make and answer calls without lifting your handset.

To make or answer a call:

To change from the speakerphone to the handset:

To change from the handset to the speakerphone:


Allows you to transfer a caller from one campus telephone to another.

To use:

Transfer to Voice Mail

To redirect a call to the principal userís voice mailbox when answering a call through call coverage or call pickup.

NOTE:† The principal user must have voice mail.


This button, located under the numeric dialing pad, allows you to adjust the volume of your ring while your handset is on-hook and the volume of the caller or speakerphone while off-hook.

To increase the volume: Press the †repeatedly.

To decrease the volume: Press the †repeatedly.