IP Phone 9104 User Help

Phone Components

9104 Callouts
  1. Main Display – color screen shows call progress, line states, missed calls, and other information. Softkey options are shown above the four softkeys.
  2. Softkeys – select the function displayed above the key on the bottom line of the display.
  3. Navigation Keys – navigate within menus. The OK key exits the current menu, saves any changes made, and returns to the previous menu options.
  4. Hold Key – places a call on hold.
  5. Transfer Key – places the current call on hold, and selects an idle line appearance for transferring the call. A second press completes a transfer.
  6. Conference Key – adds parties to a conference call.
  7. Phonebook Key – shows the Phonebook, where you can store up to 500 contacts.
  8. Call Log Key – shows the log of incoming, outgoing, and missed calls.
  9. Message Waiting Indicator – a red indicator flashes when messages are waiting; controlled by the network.
  10. Dial Pad – dials telephone numbers, and sends DTMF tones to external equipment such as voice mail systems. The dial pad is also used for text and number entry.
  11. Key Display – shows the functions assigned to six multifunction keys. Five selectable pages of six keys are available for a total of up to 30 keys.
  12. Multifunction Keys – select the functions shown in the Key Display. Keys can be configured for Line Appearance, DSS/BLF, Speed Dial, Call Pickup, Voicemail, Headset, Multicast Paging, and Lock.
  13. Page Key – changes the page of multifunction keys that is shown in the Key Display. Up to five pages of six keys are available.
  14. Volume Keys – adjust the receiver/speaker volume when on a call; adjust the ringer volume when on-hook.
  15. Mute Key – mutes the microphone when using the speakerphone or handset/headset. A mute icon is shown in the main display while mute is active.
  16. Redial Key – shows the Dialed Call Log, for redialing previously-dialed calls.
  17. Speaker Key – activates the speakerphone.
  18. Microphone – used for hands-free (speakerphone) calling; located on the front edge of the phone.
See also