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Manual abstract:
Any statements made by Siemens AG or SHC that are found in the user guides should therefore be understood as statements of Gigaset Communications
GmbH. We hope you enjoy your Gigaset. Sehr geehrte Kundin, sehr geehrter Kunde, die Gigaset Communications GmbH ist Rechtsnachfolgerin der Siemens
Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), die ihrerseits das Gigaset-Geschft der Siemens AG fortfhrte. Etwaige Erklrungen der
Siemens AG oder der SHC in den Bedienungsanleitungen sind daher als Erklrungen der Gigaset Communications GmbH zu verstehen. Wir wnschen Ihnen
viel Freude mit Ihrem Gigaset. Chre Cliente, Cher Client, la socit Gigaset Communications GmbH succde en droit Siemens Home and Office
Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC) qui poursuivait elle-mme les activits Gigaset de Siemens AG. Donc les ventuelles explications de
Siemens AG ou de SHC figurant dans les modes d'emploi doivent tre comprises comme des explications de Gigaset Communications GmbH. Nous vous
souhaitons beaucoup d'agrment avec votre Gigaset.
Gentile cliente, la Gigaset Communications GmbH successore della Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC) che a sua
volta ha proseguito l'attivit della Siemens AG. Eventuali dichiarazioni della Siemens AG o della SHC nei manuali d'istruzione, vanno pertanto intese come
dichiarazioni della Gigaset Communications GmbH. Le auguriamo tanta soddisfazione con il vostro Gigaset. Geachte klant, Gigaset Communications GmbH
is de rechtsopvolger van Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co.
KG (SHC), de onderneming die de Gigaset-activiteiten van Siemens AG heeft overgenomen. Eventuele uitspraken of mededelingen van Siemens AG of SHC in
de gebruiksaanwijzingen dienen daarom als mededelingen van Gigaset Communications GmbH te worden gezien. Wij wensen u veel plezier met uw Gigaset.
Estimado cliente, la Gigaset Communications GmbH es derechohabiente de la Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC)
que por su parte continu el negocio Gigaset de la Siemens AG.
Las posibles declaraciones de la Siemens AG o de la SHC en las instrucciones de uso se deben entender por lo tanto como declaraciones de la Gigaset
Communications GmbH. Le deseamos que disfrute con su Gigaset. SCaros clientes, Gigaset Communications GmbH a sucessora legal da Siemens Home
and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), que, por sua vez, deu continuidade ao sector de negcios Gigaset, da Siemens AG. Quaisquer
declaraes por parte da Siemens AG ou da SHC encontradas nos manuais de utilizao devero, portanto, ser consideradas como declaraes da Gigaset
Communications GmbH. Desejamos que tenham bons momentos com o seu Gigaset. DA Kre Kunde, Gigaset Communications GmbH er retlig efterflger til
Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), som fra deres side viderefrte Siemens AGs Gigaset-forretninger. Siemens AGs
eller SHCs eventuelle forklaringer i betjeningsvejledningerne skal derfor forsts som Gigaset Communications GmbHs forklaringer. Vi hber, du fr meget
glde af din Gigaset.
Arvoisa asiakkaamme, Gigaset Communications GmbH on Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC)-yrityksen
oikeudenomistaja, joka jatkoi puolestaan Siemens AG:n Gigaset-liiketoimintaa. Kyttoppaissa mahdollisesti esiintyvt Siemens AG:n tai SHC:n selosteet on
tmn vuoksi ymmrrettv Gigaset Communications GmbH:n selosteina. Toivotamme Teille paljon iloa Gigaset-laitteestanne. Kra kund, Gigaset
Communications GmbH vertar rttigheterna frn Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), som bedrev Gigaset-
verksamheten efter Siemens AG. Alla frklaringar frn Siemens AG eller SHC i anvndarhandboken gller drfr som frklaringar frn Gigaset
Communications GmbH. Vi nskar dig mycket nje med din Gigaset. Kjre kunde, Gigaset Communications GmbH er rettslig etterflger etter Siemens Home
and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co.
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KG (SHC), som i sin tur viderefrte Gigaset-geskjeften i Siemens AG.
Eventuelle meddelelser fra Siemens AG eller SHC i bruksanvisningene er derfor forst som meddelelser fra Gigaset Communications GmbH. Vi hper du
fr stor glede av din Gigaset-enhet. , , Gigaset Communications GmbH Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), Gigaset
Siemens AG. Siemens AG SHC Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Gigaset. Postovani korisnici, Gigaset Communications GmbH pravni je sljednik tvrtke Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG
(SHC), koji je nastavio Gigaset poslovanje tvrtke Siemens AG. Zato sve izjave tvrtke Siemens AG ili SHC koje se nalaze u uputama za upotrebu treba tumaciti
kao izjave tvrtke Gigaset Communications GmbH. Nadamo se da sa zadovoljstvom koristite svoj Gigaset ureaj.
Spostovani kupec! Podjetje Gigaset Communications GmbH je pravni naslednik podjetja Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG
(SHC), ki nadaljuje dejavnost znamke Gigaset podjetja Siemens AG. Vse izjave podjetja Siemens AG ali SHC v prirocnikih za uporabnike torej veljajo kot
izjave podjetja Gigaset Communications GmbH. Zelimo vam veliko uzitkov ob uporabi naprave Gigaset. FI DE FR SV NO IT EL NL HR ES SL PT Issued by
Gigaset Communications GmbH Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG Gigaset
Communications GmbH 2008 All rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved. www.gigaset.com CS Vzen zkaznci, spolecnost
Gigaset Communications GmbH je prvnm nstupcem spolecnosti Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co.
KG (SHC), kter dle pejala segment produkt Gigaset spolecnosti Siemens AG. Jakkoli prohlsen spolecnosti Siemens AG nebo SHC, kter naleznete v
uzivatelskch pruckch, je teba povazovat za prohlsen spolecnosti Gigaset Communications GmbH. Doufme, ze jste s produkty Gigaset spokojeni. Vzen
zkaznk, Spolocnos Gigaset Communications GmbH je prvnym nstupcom spolocnosti Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG
(SHC), ktor zasa pokracovala v cinnosti divzie Gigaset spolocnosti Siemens AG. Z tohto dvodu je potrebn vsetky vyhlsenia spolocnosti Siemens AG
alebo SHC, ktor sa nachdzaj v pouzvateskch prruckch, chpa ako vyhlsenia spolocnosti Gigaset Communications GmbH. Verme, ze budete so
zariadenm Gigaset spokojn. Stimate client, Gigaset Communications GmbH este succesorul legal al companiei Siemens Home and Office Communication
Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), care, la rndul su, a continuat activitatea companiei Gigaset a Siemens AG. Orice afirmaii efectuate de Siemens AG sau
SHC i incluse n ghidurile de utilizare vor fi, prin urmare, considerate a aparine Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Sperm ca produsele Gigaset s fie la nlimea dorinelor dvs. Postovani potrosacu, Gigaset Communications GmbH je pravni naslednik kompanije Siemens
Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), kroz koju je nastavljeno poslovanje kompanije Gigaset kao dela Siemens AG. Stoga sve
izjave od strane Siemens AG ili SHC koje se mogu nai u korisnickim uputstvima treba tumaciti kao izjave kompanije Gigaset Communications GmbH.
Nadamo se da ete uzivati u korisenju svog Gigaset ureaja.
, Gigaset Communications GmbH Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), Siemens AG. , Siemens AG SHC, , Gigaset
Communications GmbH. Gigaset. Tisztelt Vsrl! A Siemens Home and Communication Devices GmbH & Co.
KG (SHC) trvnyes jogutdja a Gigaset Communications GmbH, amely a Siemens AG Gigaset zletgnak utdja. Ebbl kvetkezen a Siemens AG vagy az
SHC felhasznli kziknyveiben tallhat brmely kijelentst a Gigaset Communications GmbH kijelentsnek kell tekinteni. Remljk, megelgedssel
hasznlja Gigaset kszlkt.
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PL SK Szanowny Kliencie, Firma Gigaset Communications GmbH jest spadkobierc prawnym firmy Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices
GmbH & Co. KG (SHC), ktra z kolei przejla segment produktw Gigaset od firmy Siemens AG. Wszelkie owiadczenia firm Siemens AG i SHC, ktre mona
znale w instrukcjach obslugi, naley traktowa jako owiadczenia firmy Gigaset Communications GmbH. yczymy wiele przyjemnoci z korzystania z produktw
Gigaset. Sayin Mterimiz, Gigaset Communications GmbH, Siemens AG'nin Gigaset iletmesini yrten Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices
GmbH & Co. KG (SHC)'nin yasal halefidir. Kullanma kilavuzlarinda bulunan ve Siemens AG veya SHC tarafindan yapilan bildiriler Gigaset
Communications GmbH tarafindan yapilmi bildiriler olarak algilanmalidir.
Gigaset'ten memnun kalmanizi mit ediyoruz. ! Gigaset Communications GmbH Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices GmbH & Co. KG (SHC),
, , Gigaset Siemens AG. , Siemens AG SHC , Gigaset Communications GmbH. , Gigaset . TR RO RU SR BG HU Issued by Gigaset Communications GmbH
Schlavenhorst 66, D-46395 Bocholt Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG Gigaset Communications GmbH 2008 All
rights reserved. Subject to availability. Rights of modifications reserved. www.gigaset.
com s Be inspired Contents For your safety 6 Notes on the operating instructions . 6 Safety precautions 6 Trademarks 7 talk&surf . 8 New functions in
talk&surf 6.0 . 9 Contents of the talk&surf CD .
10 System requirements . 11 Compatibility 12 Installing the software and device drivers 13 Preconditions for installation . Preparing the base station .
Uninstalling old versions Installing talk&surf . Launching the talk&surf wizard Installing the software .
Possible problems during installation Updating firmware Checking successful installation . Icons for the talk&surf components 14 15 16 17 17 18 20 20 21 22
Notes on operation . 23 Using Bluetooth connections . Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device Operating the base station via a
Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA Using the Bluetooth headset Configuring anti-dialler protection . How the dialler blocker works . Operating and configuring
the dialler blocker . Uninstalling the dialler blocker . Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements General information about the phrase
download tool Running the phrase download tool . Calling with the PC . Calling from talk&surf Example: Calling from Outlook .
Example: Calling from the Windows address book . Faxing with the PC . Setting up the fax console Testing the talk&surf CAPI driver . 23 23 24 24 25 25 26
26 27 27 27 28 28 28 29 30 30 31 1 Surfing the Internet . Setting up a dial-up connection Setting up an Internet connection Setting up channel bundling .
Switching type of operation for wireless devices Switching wireless connection . Launching talk&surf Autostart Deactivating Autostart Launching talk&surf
manually . 32 32 33 33 35 35 36 36 36 36 Operating talk&surf 37 Setting up the interface Selecting a folder .
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Updating, applying, rejecting settings Updating the data status in talk&surf Updating the base station data . Rejecting configuration changes Protecting
access .
Changing the system PIN . Saving the system PIN Opening Help . Closing the program 38 39 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 42 42 Configuring the base station 43
Registering a wireless device Deregistering a wireless device Registering a Bluetooth device Registering a GSM telephone Registering a Bluetooth PC or
Bluetooth PDA Registering a Bluetooth headset Deregistering a Bluetooth device Configuring registered devices Configuring Bluetooth devices Entering
multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) . Deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) . Configuring ISDN features Setting dialling parameters .
Entering emergency numbers . Using the room monitor function Configuring short message service (SMS) . Configuring the date and time Configuring
preferred redirection location . Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls . Picking up calls from the answering machine 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 50 52 53
54 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 2 Assigning a device for PC dialling Presetting a remote operation connection .
Deleting log lists . Restoring factory settings Changing the system PIN Activating the waiting melody Activating the answering machine . Operating the
answering machine in all-day mode . Operating the answering machine in time mode Configuring record and play . Configuring remote access Changing the
answering machine PIN . Deactivating the answering machine Configuring external call forwarding . Deactivating external call forwarding Configuring
automatic call forwarding . Configuring internal call forwarding . Configuring Night service Configuring door intercoms Configuring charge logging
Managing charges per MSN Managing charges per device . 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 75 76 77 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 Managing Calls lists 88
Opening the Calls list .
89 Calling a Calls list entry 90 Configuring the Calls list . 91 Removing columns 91 Adding columns 92 Changing the column width . 93 Changing the column
sequence 94 Sorting Calls list entries 95 Grouping Calls list entries . 96 Opening preview windows 97 Editing a Calls list entry . 98 Changing the status of a
Calls list entry . 99 Deleting a Calls list entry . 100 Copying a Calls list entry to the directory . 101 Exporting the Calls List . 102 Selecting the export folder .
103 Selecting the fields to be exported .
104 Sorting the fields to be exported 105 Printing the Calls list . 105 3 Managing directories 106 Opening the directory Creating a new central directory
Calling a Calls list entry .
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Creating a new directory entry . Editing a directory entry Deleting a directory entry . Copying directory entries .
Receiving a directory from a handset Changing a handset directory Sending a directory to a handset . Importing a telephone database from an older version
Importing directory entries from a file . Wizard for importing directories File selection Wizard for importing directories Settings Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the name Wizard for importing directories Composition of the telephone number 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 115 116 117 118
119 120 121 122 123 Folders and Dialogues . 124 Directories . The working area in the directory folder .
Central directory . Mapping of a handset directory . Transferring data to and from handsets . Copying individual directory entries Recommended editing
sequence CLM Calls list entry and Calls list filter . Using the Calls list Saving Calls list entries Rows and columns in the Calls list . Calls list editor functions .
Configuration Dialogues in the Configuration folder . Register Device settings . MSN settings ISDN settings Dial settings . Base settings Local Answering
Machine External call forwarding .
Internal call forwarding Night service Door . Costs 125 125 127 128 129 130 131 132 132 133 134 135 137 138 139 140 142 146 148 150 153 156 159 160
160 161 162 4 Overview of the menu commands . 164 Menu File . Menu Edit . Menu View Menu Action . Menu Help 164 165 166 167 168 Operating with
other devices . 169 Wireless Gigaset data boxes . 169 Wireless devices from other manufacturers . 169 Glossary . 170 Appendix 175 Service (Customer Care)
175 Guarantee certificate (United Kingdom) .
175 Guarantee certificate (Ireland) . 176 Index 178 5 For your safety For your safety Please read the following information carefully before installing
talk&surf: "Notes on the operating instructions" on page 6 "Safety precautions" on page 6 "Trademarks" on page 7 "System requirements" on page 11
"Compatibility" on page 12 Notes on the operating instructions You will find the operating and installation instructions for talk&surf as *.pdf files on the
talk&surf CD. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the instructions. This can be installed directly from the talk&surf wizard.
Read the instructions carefully before using talk&surf for the first time. You will also find the Readme.txt file on the talk&surf CD. This contains further
important information that became available after the instructions were printed. Read this additional information contained in the Readme.
txt carefully. You will find an overview of the talk&surf CD folder structure in Chapter "Contents of the talk&surf CD" on page 10. Further information
"Safety precautions" on page 6 "Trademarks" on page 7 "talk&surf" on page 8 "Installing the software and device drivers" on page 13 Safety precautions
General u Always pass on the devices with the installation leaflet and the talk&surf CD.
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u Dispose of CD-ROMs you no longer need in an environmentally friendly manner as per statutory requirements. u Not all of the functions described in these
instructions are available in all countries. Installation u Under Windows 2000 and Windows XP you must have administrator rights. If nec- essary, contact
your system administrator. u Before installing talk&surf 6.0: Uninstall any older version of talk&surf. u Before installing talk&surf, read the information in
Chapter "System requirements" on page 11 to avoid loss of data.
u Do not connect the USB cable until the talk&surf wizard prompts you to do so. Imme- diately close the automatic hardware recognition function of the
Windows operating system if this is accidentally started. 6 For your safety USB connection u Use only the supplied USB cable to connect your Gigaset base
station to the PC. u Do not extend the USB cable. This could lead to higher EMV radiation. u Do not insert or remove the USB cable during a storm. This
could cause an electric shock. Data transfer, software problems When using Gigaset base stations to transfer data (e.g. surfing, sending faxes), software
problems on the PC (e.
g. operating system crash, program bugs) may in rare cases make it impossible to cut the data connection via your Gigaset base station from talk&surf. u
Check whether your base station shows that the connection has been terminated (see the base station's operating instructions). Otherwise, the connection will
continue to incur charges. u Reboot your PC.
u Remove the ISDN cable from the Gigaset base station for at least 20 seconds. This will definitely close down the connection. Further information "Notes on
the operating instructions" on page 6 "Trademarks" on page 7 "System requirements" on page 11 "Compatibility" on page 12 "Installing the software and
device drivers" on page 13 Trademarks Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Outlook, Outlook Express and Windows Internet
Explorer are registered trademarks of the Microsoft Corporation. Acrobat is a registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Bluetooth is a registered
trademark of Bluetooth Special Interest Group Inc Acrobat is a registered trademark of the CAPI Association.
Further information "Notes on the operating instructions" on page 6 "Safety precautions" on page 6 "talk&surf" on page 8 7 talk&surf talk&surf You can use
talk&surf for easier configuration of your base station from your PC: u Connect several devices to your base station and harmonise them. u Use all the
functionalities of your ISDN line and assign your devices different telephone numbers. u Set up a central directory and transfer the entries individually to your
connected devices. u Log your telephone charges and assign them to individual devices or telephone numbers. u Use your base station as a fax machine,
answering machine, room monitor and door intercom. u Connect your PC to the Internet via the base station and use channel bundling for data transfer.
Further information "New functions in talk&surf 6.0" on page 9 "Contents of the talk&surf CD" on page 10 "System requirements" on page 11
"Compatibility" on page 12 "Notes on the operating instructions" on page 6 "Safety precautions" on page 6 "Trademarks" on page 7 8 talk&surf New
functions in talk&surf 6.0 Version 6.0 of talk&surf offers a wide range of new functions that support the use of leading-edge telecommunications technology.
Function Description Wireless data transmission Bluetooth permits wireless transmission of voice and multimedia data over a range of a few meters. The
range of the connection depending on the technical features of the connected device. 1 mobile telephone, 3 PCs or PDAs and 1 headset can be used at the
same time on one base station. (Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.) Protection against diallers The dialler blocker monitors all outgoing telephone calls
and fax connections that your PC sets up via the base station. The default setting permits connections to all telephone numbers.
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Change this setting to block all connections from the PC or to release individual service numbers (e.g. your Internet provider). Replaces the pre-recorded
announcements The answering machine in your base station has prerecorded announcements (e.
g. announcing the date and time) in the language of your country. These pre-recorded announcements can be changed easily. (Only available for Gigaset
SX255isdn / SX353isdn) Bluetooth Dialler blocker Phrase download tool Further information "Using Bluetooth connections" on page 23 "Configuring anti-
dialler protection" on page 25 "Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements" on page 27 "talk&surf" on page 8 "Contents of the talk&surf
CD" on page 10 "System requirements" on page 11 "Compatibility" on page 12 9 talk&surf Contents of the talk&surf CD The CD-ROM supplied contains all
the software components you need for installing talk&surf. The talk&surf wizard will guide you through the entire installation.
For more information on installation, please read Chapter "Installing the software and device drivers" on page 13. You will find individual software
components, device drivers and instructions in the following folders on the talk&surf CD: Folder Contents talk&surf wizard Files for talk&surf CD Autostart
and for manual start (start.exe) Readme.txt (in various languages) Additional information not included in the instructions Individual installation talk&surf
CAPI driver Various device drivers Individual installation talk&surf fax driver Gigaset 307xisdn and Gigaset 417xisdn individual installation Gigaset
CX1x0isdn unimodem driver (*.inf) and instructions Gigaset CX2x3isdn unimodem driver (*.
inf) and instructions Gigaset C1/C2/S1/S11 (Handsets) Instructions Gigaset M101data Individual installation and instructions Gigaset SX1x0isdn unimodem
driver (*.inf) and instructions Gigaset SX2x5isdn Individual installation and instructions Gigaset SX2x3isdn Individual installation and instructions Gigaset
USB Adapter DECT Individual installation and instructions (old product name Gigaset M105data) talk&surf 6.0 Individual installation and instructions
Individual installation for Adobe Acrobat Reader Individual installation for Dialler Blocker Individual installation for Phrase download tool CD-ROM
drive:\. .\capi .\drivers .\fax .\gigaset-307x-417x .\gigaset-cx1x0 .\gigaset-cx2x3 .
\gigaset-handset-c1-c2-s1-s11 .\gigaset-m101data .\gigaset-cx1x0 .\gigaset-sx2x5 .\gigaset-sx3x3 .\gigaset-usb-adapter .\talk&surf .\third party products
.\tools 10 talk&surf Further information "talk&surf" on page 8 "New functions in talk&surf 6.0" on page 9 "System requirements" on page 11 "Compatibility"
on page 12 "Notes on the operating instructions" on page 6 "Installing the software and device drivers" on page 13 System requirements Your system must
meet at least the following requirements for installing talk&surf.
You should also comply with the Microsoft Corporation recommendations for your Windows operating system. Minimum PC hardware requirements u IBM
AT compatible Pentium II with 200 MHz u 64 MB RAM u 95 MB free hard disk memory u 1 free USB socket for direct USB connection to the base station or
operation with Gigaset USB Adapter DECT u 1 CD-ROM drive or 1 DVD drive Minimum operating system requirements u Windows 98 SE, Windows ME,
Windows 2000 or Windows XP u Dial-up network ready for use Minimum base station requirements u Gigaset Base Station ready for use u No connection
between base station and PC (USB or COM port) Further information "talk&surf" on page 8 "New functions in talk&surf 6.0" on page 9 "Contents of the
talk&surf CD" on page 10 "Compatibility" on page 12 "Trademarks" on page 7 "Installing the software and device drivers" on page 13 11 talk&surf
Compatibility You can run talk&surf with a wide range of devices. Some devices require particular settings or procedures for their proper functioning. This
applies in particular for devices from older Gigaset series or third-party products you want to use with your base station.
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You will have to update the firmware for Gigaset 3070/3075 and Gigaset 4170/4175 base stations. You will find more information about this in Chapter
"Operating with other devices" on page 169. Further information "talk&surf" on page 8 "New functions in talk&surf 6.0" on page 9 "Contents of the
talk&surf CD" on page 10 "System requirements" on page 11 "Trademarks" on page 7 "Operating with other devices" on page 169 12 Installing the software
and device drivers Installing the software and device drivers The talk&surf wizard will guide you through the installation of talk&surf and other software
components. The number and kinds of installation steps depend on your base station features and the devices and functions you want to use with your base
station.
As a rule, the following steps are required for installing talk&surf: 1. Preparing the base station for use 2. Uninstalling old versions of talk&surf and device
drivers 3. Inserting the talk&surf CD and running the talk&surf wizard 4. Rebooting the PC 5. Setting up further components as required After successful
installation you can launch talk&surf and configure your base station. Further information "Operating with other devices" on page 169 "Notes on operation"
on page 23 "Notes on the operating instructions" on page 6 "Safety precautions" on page 6 13 Installing the software and device drivers Preconditions for
installation Before starting talk&surf installation, make sure that the following conditions have been met: u Base station The base station is ready for use. The
USB cable is not connected to the PC. Please read Chapter "Preparing the base station" on page 15. u PC The PC is ready for use and meets the system
recommendations for talk&surf and your operating system.
Please read Chapter "System requirements" on page 11. u Operating system The operating system for your PC has been correctly installed. Have the
Installation CD for your Windows operating system to hand. During installation, the talk&surf wizard checks the configuration of your operating system. You
may be prompted to re-install various Windows components. u User rights Under Windows 2000 and Windows XP you must have administrator rights. If
necessary, contact your system administrator. u Predecessor versions You should uninstall the older version before installing talk&surf 6.0. Please read
Chapter "Uninstalling old versions" on page 16.
During installation, the talk&surf wizard can prepare your PC for use with other devices. In this case, make sure that the following conditions have been met:
u Wireless connection via Gigaset USB Adapter DECT The Gigaset USB adapter DECT is ready for use. The USB cable is not connected to the PC. Please
consult the corresponding operating instructions. i Read the information in Chapter "Operating with other devices" on page 169, if you want to use an earlier
version of the Gigaset USB Adapter DECT.
u Wireless connection via Bluetooth Adapter The Bluetooth adapter DECT has been correctly installed and is ready for use. Please consult the corresponding
operating instructions. u Connection with the Internet The dial-up network of your Windows operating system has been correctly installed and is ready for
use. Please read Chapter "Setting up a dial-up connection" on page 32. Further information "Notes on operation" on page 23 "Notes on the operating
instructions" on page 6 "Safety precautions" on page 6 "System requirements" on page 11 14 Installing the software and device drivers Preparing the base
station Read the operating instructions for your base station.
Connect your base station. Connect your base station to the ISDN line or PABX using an ISDN cable. Connect the base station to the power supply using
the mains adapter. Insert the USB cable in the base station and place the other end of the USB cable near the PC. ! Do not insert the USB cable in the PC
yet. During installation, you will be prompted by the talk&surf wizard to set up this connection.
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Your base station is now ready for use. Now that your base station is ready for use, you can make external calls and also take incoming calls. You do not
need to install talk&surf for this. You can check that your base station is working properly by dialling an external telephone number.
Check your ISDN connection or the settings of your PABX if the call does not work. You will find a detailed description for this in the operating instructions
of your ISDN line or PABX. Gigaset SX2x5isdn To make calls, you will also have to register the supplied handset with the base station. You will find a
detailed description of the registration procedure in the handset's operating instructions. i 15 Installing the software and device drivers Uninstalling old
versions This part of the installation procedure is only necessary if there is an older version of talk&surf on your PC. For successful installation of talk&surf
6.0, you are advised to uninstall this old version and its device drivers. During uninstallation you can save the directory and Calls list in a temporary folder.
Then you can import the data with talk&surf 6.0 for further use.
Uninstallation involves the following steps: Close the talk&surf Monitor if it is open. This can be done by right clicking the monitor icon in the status area
of the task bar (next to the clock). In the pop-up menu, select Stop Monitor. If necessary, deactivate the dialler blocker. This can be done by right clicking
the monitor icon in the status area of the task bar (next to the clock).
In the pop-up menu, select Deactivate dialler blocker. Open the Control panel of your Windows operating system. In the control panel, open Software. i
The list of installed software is arranged alphabetically by product name (e. g.
talk&surf, Gigaset etc.). The product name usually includes the installed version number (e. g. talk&surf 5.1). Click talk&surf and then Remove. Follow the
instructions of the uninstallation program. Confirm the saving of the data if you want to use your old directory in talk&surf 6.0 as well.
If necessary, remove the other components of the old version from the list of installed software. Close the control panel and reboot your PC. 16 Installing
the software and device drivers Installing talk&surf Read the information in Chapter "Preconditions for installation" on page 14, before starting to install
talk&surf 6.0. Close all the programs running on your PC. Remember to close programs shown only by an icon in the status area of the task bar (e. g.
antivirus software). Launching the talk&surf wizard Insert the talk&surf CD into your CD ROM drive. This starts the talk&surf wizard automatically.
If the talk&surf wizard does not start automatically: Open Windows Explorer. Select the CD-ROM drive. Double-click start.exe. i Select the language in
which you want to install talk&surf.
Click Continue. This opens the talk&surf wizard main menu. Click Readme, Operating instructions or Service Support, if you want to read more
information about installing talk&surf. i or To read the operating instructions, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader If necessary, you can install Adobe
Acrobat using the talk&surf wizard. The installation files are on the talk&surf CD.
Click Install the software to start the installation of talk&surf. You will find a detailed description of the installation steps in Chapter "Installing the
software" on page 18. 17 Installing the software and device drivers Installing the software Installation involves various steps in which you can select a
number of options. After each step confirm your selection with Continue to continue with the installation procedure. Use Back to return to your previous
selection. i If a dialogue window appears during installation informing you about a missing signature, click Continue installation. In the main menu of the
talk&surf wizard, click Install the software The talk&surf wizard checks your PC for installed software components that need to be updated during
installation.
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Click Cancel if you want to stop installation and manually uninstall an older version shown. To find out how to do this, please read Chapter "Uninstalling
old versions" on page 16. or Click Continue to confirm automatic updating of the software components shown.
Select your base station. You will find the name of your base station on the device itself. i The following installation steps depending on the functionality of the
base station. Options not supported by the selected base station are hidden during the course of the installation procedure. Choose whether you want to have
the base station's firmware checked during installation and updated if necessary. Select this option only if you want to use talk&surf with an older base
station. You can also update the firmware after installation. To find out how to do this, please read Chapter "Updating firmware" on page 20. If appropriate,
select the wireless connection to be installed in addition to the USB-connection for operating with talk&surf. You can choose from Gigaset USB Adapter
DECT or Gigaset M101data and Gigaset Bluetooth Adapter.
i If you only intend to connect your base station to the PC with a USB cable, there is no need to select a wireless connection. 18 Installing the software and
device drivers Select the software components you want to install: Select the talk&surf 6.0 option to install the configuration software including directory
and Calls list management. Select the CAPI option if you want to install the talk&surf-CAPI driver. ! A CAPI driver enables fax and voice programs to
access ISDN.
Install the CAPI driver only if you want to use such programs. To find out how to do this, please read Chapter "Testing the talk&surf CAPI driver" on page
31. Select the Fax option if you want to install a virtual fax modem. The talk&surf CAPI driver has to be installed if you want to use the fax function. You
will find a detailed description of the fax function in Chapter "Faxing with the PC" on page 30.
Select the folder where the selected software components are to be installed: Click Browse to choose your own installation folder. or Click Continue to
confirm the prompted installation folder. Click Install to start installation of the selected software components. During installation you will be prompted to set
up the USB connection between base station and PC. Insert the USB cable connected to the base station in one of the USB sockets on your PC. Click OK to
continue installation. i After the software components have been installed, click Exit to confirm completion of installation and close the talk&surf wizard.
Reboot your PC. This will automatically start the talk&surf monitor. 19 Installing the software and device drivers Possible problems during installation In
rare cases a program called by the talk&surf wizard may no longer react: Close the talk&surf wizard and the program and try again.
If the USB driver cannot be found even though it has been set properly: Disconnect the USB connection. Restart your PC. Reconnect the USB connection.
Restart the talk&surf wizard. Updating firmware Normally you will only have to update the firmware if you want to operate talk&surf with older base
stations. i Update the firmware only if your devices are not working properly. A firmware update will not remedy any hardware faults in the device.
You can update the firmware only via the USB connection. Close all running programs. Make sure your base station is in the idle state.
Select Start ] Programs ] Gigaset. Click Firmware Update. Follow the instructions of the firmware update tool. 20 Installing the software and device drivers
Checking successful installation You will notice successful installation of talk&surf after rebooting your PC from the following: u Autostart of talk&surf when
you start the PC (talk&surf monitor). u The status area of the task bar will have up to 3 new icons: talk&surf monitor dialler blocker switch between USB
and wireless connection u The start menu has three new links: Start ] Programs ] Autostart ] talk&surf Monitor Start ] Programs ] Gigaset ] talk&surf 6.
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0 Start ] Programs ] Gigaset ] (Base station) Firmware update u The driver manager of the Windows operating system (Control panel ] System) now
includes the drivers for your base station and other drivers you have installed: (Computer name) ] DECT Devices ] DECT Base (Computer name) ] Ports ]
DECT USB serial Interface (COMx) u The Software page in the Control panel of the Windows operating system shows the names of the installed software
components: Gigaset (name of the base station) talk&surf 6.0 you may find other entries such as Gigaset USB Adapter DECT or Gigaset Bluetooth Adapter
u If you have installed the fax function, the Modems page in the Control panel of the Windows operating system shows the name of the virtual fax modem:
Softmodem V32bis + Fax Class 1 21 Installing the software and device drivers Icons for the talk&surf components The icons of the active talk&surf
components appear in the status area of the task bar. The status of the component can be seen from the form of the icon: Icon Description talk&surf 6.0 and
talk&surf 6.0 monitor: Icon of the link in the start menu.
talk&surf 6.0 monitor: Connection to base station active. There are new messages talk&surf 6.0 monitor: Connection to base station active. There are no new
messages talk&surf 6.0 monitor: Connection to base station inactive. There are new messages talk&surf 6.0 monitor: Connection to base station inactive.
There are no new messages Connection wizard USB connection has been deactivated. Data transfer via the wireless mode.
Connection wizard Wireless mode has been deactivated. Data transfer via the USB cable. Dialler Blocker Protection against diallers activated. Dialler
Blocker Protection against diallers deactivated. 22 Notes on operation Notes on operation Together with talk&surf, your base station offers you a wide range
of options for using and combining your connected devices. The following chapters provide a general impression. You will first have to configure your base
station before you can use the functions described here to the full. Further information "Using Bluetooth connections" on page 23 "Configuring anti-dialler
protection" on page 25 "Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements" on page 27 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 "Faxing with the PC"
on page 30 "Surfing the Internet" on page 32 "Switching type of operation for wireless devices" on page 35 "Launching talk&surf" on page 36 Using
Bluetooth connections Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn. ! Bear in mind when working with Bluetooth devices that the range is limited to a few metres.
Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device A registered Bluetooth mobile telephone is entered in the MSN list of the MSN settings tab as
GSM.
Thus you can select the mobile telephone as the Send or Receive MSN for an internal device in the DECT devices tab: The following connection types are
possible for an internal device: u Send MSN = GSM Mobile telephone within range of the base station: The internal device opens all outgoing connections
via the mobile telephone. The mobile telephone's Send MSN is transmitted. Mobile telephone not in range of the base station: The internal device opens all
outgoing connections via the base station. The mobile telephone's Send MSN is transmitted. 23 Notes on operation u Receive MSN = GSM Mobile telephone
within ranges of the base station: The internal device reacts to all incoming calls to the mobile telephone's number.
Calls can be taken on the mobile telephone and the internal device. Mobile telephone not in range of the base station: The internal device only reacts to
incoming calls if it also has other Receive MSNs. When dialling via a Bluetooth mobile telephone, you can only use block dialling: You enter the complete
number on the internal device, and correct it if necessary. Press the call key to make the call via the mobile telephone. ! Operating the base station via a
Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA If you register a PC or PDA with the base station via a Bluetooth adapter, you can use the following functions: u Configure
the base station using the Bluetooth connection.
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Make sure that the Bluetooth adapter is set up on the PC on which you have installed talk&surf. u Transfer data (e. g. directory) between the base station and
PC or PDA. u Surf the Internet with up to three PCs or PDAs via Bluetooth connections. Using the Bluetooth headset As long as you are in Bluetooth range of
the base station (up to a few metres), the headset will react to all assigned MSNs. You can take and make calls and for example still have both hands free for
the PC keyboard. 24 Notes on operation Configuring anti-dialler protection Diallers are programs that connect to an Internet or fax server via a preset
telephone number. When you set up the dial-up network for connecting to your Internet provider, you have to enter its telephone number. In principle, you are
configuring a dialler whose telephone number and connection charges you know.
However, there are also diallers that install themselves on your PC unnoticed and run up extremely high connection charges. Such diallers can be concealed
in a software download for example, or transmit a computer virus. Such a dialler frequently has the following properties: u Installation runs in the
background, the dialler remains invisible during and after installation. This makes de-installation impossible with the normal methods. u The telephone
number is preset and cannot be changed. The connection is made to an expensive special telephone number or abroad. u The connection is made without your
noticing it, making it hard to monitor the duration. The dialler blocker runs in the background. The icon in the status area of the task bar shows the type of
operation: Icon Description Dialler Blocker Protection against diallers activated. Dialler Blocker Protection against diallers deactivated.
How the dialler blocker works The dialler blocker provides protection against such diallers because it monitors all outgoing connections set up by your PC
via the Gigaset base station. If the dialler blocker stops a connection, it shows a message containing the telephone number. The initiating program (e.g.
remote dial-up) may also show an error message.
i Connections via handsets and thus dialling from the PC directory (associated dialling) are not monitored by the dialler blocker. 25 Notes on operation
Operating and configuring the dialler blocker The dialler blocker icon is displayed in the status area of the task bar. u Double-click the icon to activate anti-
dialler protection (icon with red X) or to deactivate it (normal icon). u Right-click the icon. u In the pop-up menu, click Configure to customise anti-dialler
protection: Select Allow no outgoing connections to prevent any connections via your PC.
With this setting no Internet or fax functions are possible via your Gigaset base station. or Select Permit certain numbers for outgoing connections. Enter all
the telephone numbers or blocks of numbers in a list (e. g. Internet providers or fax polling servers). or Select Permit all outgoing connections to deactivate
anti-dialler protection (factory setting). Uninstalling the dialler blocker u Right-click the dialler blocker icon. u In the pop-up menu, click Uninstall to
uninstall the dialler blocker. u Restart your PC. 26 Notes on operation Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements Only available for
Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn.
Pre-recorded announcements can be replaced using the phrase download tool only via the USB direct connection. ! The pre-recorded announcement for your
answering machine has been preset for the country in which your base station is sold. If you want to play your pre-recorded announcements in a different
language, you will have to change this default setting. With the phrase download tool you can select a different language variant and transfer it to your base
station. This overwrites the existing pre-recorded announcements, but they can be restored at any time by re-running the phrase download tool. General
information about the phrase download tool u The phrase download tool is not installed with talk&surf because this application does not require installation.
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Run the phrase download tool with psdlt.exe, which you will find in the Tools folder on the talk&surf CD. u Pre-recorded announcements can be replaced
only via the USB connection. If the base station is operated via a wireless connection (e.
g. Gigaset USB Adapter DECT), you will have to use the connection wizard to change the connection. u Under Windows 2000 and Windows XP you must
have administrator rights. If necessary, contact your system administrator. u Make sure that the power supply and the USB connection are not interrupted
during the transfer process.
Running the phrase download tool Open Windows Explorer. Select the Tools folder on the talk&surf CD. Double-click psdlt.exe to launch the phrase
download tool. Select the appropriate language.
Click Next. This loads the selected answering machine phrase to the base station. The old announcement is overwritten. The progress of the phrase download
is shown in a progress bar. After the download is completed, click Finish. This closes the phrase download tool. 27 Notes on operation Calling with the PC i
This option is only available if you assign the PC one of your telephones to be used to set up the connection. To find out how to do this, please read Chapter
"Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63. You can use your PC to call any telephone number in any of your directories. Apart from talk&surf, you can
also use this function with other address programs (e.
g. Microsoft Outlook or Windows address book). After you enter the number on the PC, the assigned device will ring briefly. Pressing the call key sets up the
connection. Calling from talk&surf In the calls list or a directory, select the entry containing the telephone number. Click Dial-Up in the Action menu. This
sets up the connection via the assigned telephone. Example: Calling from Outlook i The following example was tested with Windows XP and Outlook XP.
Before calling an Outlook contact, you first have to select the ISDN line set up by talk&surf. Setting up the ISDN line Open the Contacts folder in Outlook.
Click Dial Phone in the Actions ] Call Contact menu. Click Dialling options in the Dial Phone dialogue. In the Connect using line tab, select the setting
Line 0 on HUB Device. Confirm your entry with OK. Close the Dial Phone dialogue.
Calling the contact Open the Contacts folder in Outlook. Select the contact. The telephone number must have the following format: +49 (1234)
1234567890 If this is not the case, then: Click New call in the Actions ] Call Contact menu. Click Open contact in the New call dialogue. Double-click the
telephone number.
Confirm the Check phone number dialogue with OK. i Click the telephone number in the Actions] Call contact menu. This sets up the connection via the
assigned telephone. 28 Notes on operation Example: Calling from the Windows address book i The following example was tested with Windows XP. Before
calling an entry in the Windows address book, you first have to select the ISDN line set up by talk&surf. Setting up the ISDN line Click on Start ] Run in the
Start menu Enter the program name dialer.exe in the Open field. Confirm your entry with OK. This opens the Windows phone dialler. In the Edit menu
click Options.
This opens the Options ] Lines dialogue. In the Line used for phone calls tab, select the setting Line 0 on HUB Device. Confirm your entry with OK. Close
the Windows phone dialler. Making the call Open the Windows address book. Select the contact. Click Dial. This sets up the connection via the assigned
telephone. 29 Notes on operation Faxing with the PC i You can only use the fax function if the fax and talk&surf CAPI driver components have been properly
installed. You can use your PC to send faxes via the base station if you have assigned the virtual talk&surf fax modem to any fax application installed on your
PC.
i The fax function set-up described here was tested on the fax console application which comes supplied with Windows XP.
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Setting up the fax console Select the folder Start ] Programs ] Accessories] Communications] Fax. Click the Fax console entry. This opens the fax
configuration wizard. Follow the wizard's instructions and enter the appropriate address data.
i Remember to enter as fax number the telephone number that you have assigned to your PC as Send and Receive MSN (e. g. Int40). To find out how to do
this, please read Chapter "Device settings" on page 142. Close the fax configuration wizard with Finish.
This opens the fax client console. In the Extras menu, select Configure fax. Select the fax modem installed by talk&surf: Softmodem V32bis + Fax Class 1.
Confirm your selection with. This complete fax console set-up. cation with your base station. Read the fax console online help if you want to use all the
features of this fax appliFor fax operations, it is recommended to link the PCs to the base station with a USB cable. When sending faxes via a wireless
connection, the signal speed may cause problems with the fax transmission. ! 30 Notes on operation Testing the talk&surf CAPI driver A CAPI driver enables
fax and voice programs to access ISDN regardless of the make. General information on CAPI drivers You can install a CAPI from only one vendor on a
Windows system.
If your system already has a different CAPI, you will see a warning screen when you install the talk&surf CAPI driver: u If you want to continue using the
other CAPI, simply continue the installation. However, you will not be able to use the fax function in that case. u If you want to use the talk&surf CAPI driver,
first uninstall the current CAPI by following its instructions. ! Please bear in mind that the application in question may no longer function properly. Running
the loopback test This application tests whether the CAPI is functioning properly. ! The loopback test requires a direct USB connection. The loopback test can
only be run if both B-channels are free. Use the telephone number set in talk&surf for device Int40 in the Receive MSN field. If necessary, deactivate
the MSN busy (busy-on-busy) option under Configuration ] ISDN settings in talk&surf. Select the folder Start ] Programs ] Gigaset ] Loopback test.
Enter the PC's telephone number. Click Start test. This sets up a test connection. If the connection is opened, then the talk&surf CAPI driver has been
correctly installed and is ready for use. Checking CAPI connections You can use the talk&surf CAPI driver's log to check which connections your PC has
opened via CAPI.
The log records the following data for each connection: Connection type Number called Caller's number Time Connection type Length Bytes received
Bytes sent Connection charges Select Start ] Programs ] Gigaset ] Log to check the CAPI connections. 31 Notes on operation Surfing the Internet You can
use the talk&surf wizard to open the Internet access wizard. This provides support for setting up Internet connections and a tutorial for less experienced
users. Launch the talk&surf wizard (by inserting the talk&surf CD in the CD drive or via start.exe on the CD ROM).
Click Service & Support. This opens the Internet access wizard. Follow the wizard's instructions. Setting up a dial-up connection The number and kinds of
steps necessary for setting up a dial-up connection depend on the operating system. The following information can thus only serve to help you find the right
installation wizard Follow the wizard's instructions and read the entries in the Windows help file. i Windows 98SE: Dial-up network Double-click My
Computer. Double-click Dial-up network. Double-click Make New Connection. Enter a name for the new connection. Select the Line 0 on HUB Device
entry as the device for the dial-up connection.
Follow the wizard's instructions for setting up the new dial-up connection. Windows 2000: Network and dial-up connections Click Start ] Settings] Network
and dial-up connections in the Start menu.
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Double-click Make New Connection. Click Next in the Network connections wizard dialogue. Select the Connect to the Internet option and click Next. This
opens the Internet access wizard. Select the Configure telephone or network connection to the Internet manually option, and click Next. Select the
Connection via telephone line and modem option, and click Next. Select the Line 0 on HUB Device entry as the device for the dial-up connection. Follow
the wizard's instructions for setting up the new dial-up connection.
32 Notes on operation Windows XP: Network connection dial-up network Click Start ] Settings ] Network connections in the Start menu. Click Wizard
for new connections in the Network connections dialogue. Click Next in the Wizard for new connections. Select the Set up connection to the Internet option,
and click Next. Select the Set up connection manually option, and click Next.
Select the Set up connection with a dial-up modem option, and click Next. Select the Line 0 on HUB Device entry as the device for the dial-up connection.
Follow the wizard's instructions for setting up the new dial-up connection. Setting up an Internet connection Open Microsoft Internet Explorer. In
the Extras menu, select Internet options.
Open the Connections tab. Select the newly set up Dial-up connection. Click As default. This defines the new dial-up connection as the default Internet
connection for your Windows operating system. Confirm your selection with OK. When you open your Internet browser, the new dial-up connection will be
opened automatically. Click Dial Now to open the connection to the Internet via your Gigaset base station. Setting up channel bundling Channel bundling
means that a dial-up connection uses both B-channels of the ISDN line at the same time. The advantage of channel bundling is that the double bandwidth
leads to higher transmission speeds and thus a faster connection. If you want to use channel bundling for your Internet connections, the easiest way is to set
up an additional dial-up connection: To find out how to do this, please read Chapter "Setting up a dial-up connection" on page 32.
Follow the steps for your Windows operating system up to the selection of the device for the dial-up connection. Select the Line 0 on HUB Device entry as
the first device for the dial-up connection. Then select the Line 1 on HUB Device entry as the second device for the dial-up connection. Follow the wizard's
next instructions for completing channel bundling set-up. Enter the new connection as the default connection for Internet access. To find out how to do this,
please read Chapter "Setting up an Internet connection" on page 33. 33 Notes on operation If you set up dial-up connection with channel bundling as the
default connection, the system checks whether both B-channels are free when it sets up the connection. If this is not the case, the dial-up connection is
automatically set up via one B-channel. i Re-establishing channel bundling with the Call before data option i The following example was tested with Windows
XP. If the Call before data option has been activated on your base station, channel bundling will be terminated automatically when there is an incoming call:
u The second B-channel is no longer used for channel bundling.
The dial-up connection is continued on the remaining B-channel. u The incoming call is taken on the now free B-channel. i Channel bundling is not
automatically restored after the telephone call. Double-click the icon for the active dial-up connection in the status area of the task bar. This opens the
status display for the dial-up connection.
Open the Details tab. It shows 1 device as the number of active devices. Click Resume. This opens the dialogue for setting up the second connection. Click
Dial.
This sets up the additional connection via the second B-channel. The status display now shows 2 devices as the number of active devices.
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Channel bundling is active again. 34 Notes on operation Switching type of operation for wireless devices When you install talk&surf on combination with a
Gigaset USB Adapter DECT, a connection wizard is also installed that helps you to switch between the various connection possibilities. The connection
wizard runs in the background. The icon in the status area of the task bar shows the type of operation: Icon Description The UBS direct connection is
deactivated. Data is transferred via the wireless mode. Wireless mode is deactivated. Data is transferred via the USB direct connection. Switching wireless
connection Example: Participant 1 is using the wireless connection.
He wants to terminate the connection so that participant 2 can use it. Participant 1: Look for the icon for wireless connection in the status area of the tool
bar (next to the clock). Right-click the wireless connection icon. Click Deactivate wireless mode or Prepare USB direct mode. Activate wireless mode
Deactivate wireless mode Prepare USB direct mode Task bar Icon Participant 2: Right-click the wireless connection icon. Click Activate wireless mode.
Activate wireless mode Deactivate wireless mode Prepare USB direct mode i Deactivating wireless mode: Wireless mode remains deactivated until you
restart the computer. Then wireless mode is activated again. Preparing USB direct mode: Wireless mode remains deactivated until it is activated again
manually. Rebooting the computer does not automatically activate wireless mode.
35 Notes on operation Launching talk&surf You can launch talk&surf via Autostart or the start menu. When talk&surf is started, it reads in the current
entries and settings of the base station. Autostart When you power up your PC, talk&surf is started automatically in the background. The talk&surf monitor
appears in the status area of the task bar. Double-click the talk&surf monitor icon to open the main program.
Deactivating Autostart The talk&surf monitor is opened automatically every time you power up or reboot your PC. If you do not need talk&surf all the time,
you can remove the talk&surf monitor from Autostart. Select Start ] Programs ] Autostart. Right-click the talk&surf Monitor entry. Choose Delete to
remove the link to the talk&surf monitor from Autostart.
Alternatively you can drag the link in the start menu to the Start ] Programs ] Gigaset folder. Since talk&surf will no longer be opened automatically every
time you start the PC, you will have to open it manually when you need it. Launching talk&surf manually If you have removed the program's Autostart
function, you will have to start it manually. Select Start ] Programs ] Gigaset. Click talk&surf 6.0. 36 Operating talk&surf Operating talk&surf The first
time you start talk&surf, it will open with the preset view. This view is divided into the following sections: File Shortcuts Gigaset Base Station View Action
Help Gigaset Base Station Folder list Gigaset Base Station Directories Call lists Configuration Directories Call lists Configuration Shortcuts Folder List
Working area Menu bar u You can quickly reach all the talk&surf sections using the links in Shortcuts. Use the Folders list pop-up menu to create links to
those folders you need most often. u Folder List provides easy access to all the folders and dialogues.
u In the working area you can enter your data and execute commands. u In the menu bar you will find talk&surf help and all the commands available for the
various folders. Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Managing directories" on page 106 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88
"Configuring the base station" on page 43 "Notes on operation" on page 23 "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 37 Operating talk&surf Setting
up the interface Adapting the View Select View in the menu bar. Select Go To to directly access a folder in the Folder list.
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Click Outlook Bar to show or hide Shortcuts. Click Folder List to show or hide the Folder list. Click Toolbars to show or hide the toolbars. i Each folder in
the Folder list contains menu commands that are not available for other folders. This applies in particular for the View menu. You will find a short
description of all the menu commands in Chapter "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164.
Creating links If you want to create a new link in Shortcuts, make sure the Folder list is displayed (see above). Right click the entry in the Folder list that you
want to create a link for. Click Create Shortcut. The new link will be shown in Shortcuts. 38 Operating talk&surf Selecting a folder You will see three main
folders in the Folder list.
Clicking a folder opens and closes the sub-folders. Directories CLM Here you can synchronise the base station and handset telephone directories. You can
create new directory entries, import entries and send directories or individual entries to handsets. Incoming calls There are clearly structured lists showing
information on all the connections via the Outgoing calls base station. Click the column headers to Missed calls sort the lists.
register Register cordless devices with the base station. Device settings Configure connected devices. MSN settings Enter the available MSNs in the base
station. ISDN settings Use all the features of your ISDN line. Dial settings Set the dialling parameters and call numbers (e. g. for emergency calls, room
monitor, SMS service centres). Base settings Change the system settings for the base station (e. g. date, time, PIN, waiting melody, assignments).
Local Answering Configure the base station's internal Machine answering machine. External call forward- Redirect calls to an external number. ing Internal
call forward- Redirect calls to an internal number. ing Night service Set up time-controlled call forwarding. Door Configure your door intercom for operation
via an internal device. Costs Monitor and log your call charges. Configuration i It may take a few seconds to switch between dialogues because the base
station settings are updated each time. A bar shows the update progress. In general the base station can be configured with any handset or PC. Simultaneous
access by several devices is not possible: As soon as one devices calls the base station configuration program it is given exclusive access privilege.
The base station rejects configuration commands from other devices for the duration of this access. i 39 Operating talk&surf You will find detailed
information about these topics in the following chapters: "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 "Managing
directories" on page 106 "Configuring the base station" on page 43 Updating, applying, rejecting settings If you change the base station settings, transfer
them to talk&surf. Likewise, if you change the talk&surf settings, transfer them to base station. Updating the data status in talk&surf If you change the
settings directly on the base station or using a handset, you should transfer the new settings to talk&surf to synchronise the data status. In talk&surf select
the menu command Action ] Update Data.
This transfers all the base station settings to talk&surf. Example: Changing the base station ringer melody You can change the ringer melody with a handset
or the base station. To transfer this change to talk&surf, quit the base station configuration menu and select the menu command Action ] Update Data in
talk&surf. If you now open Configuration ] MSN settings, you will see that the change to the base station ringer melody has now been transferred to
talk&surf. Updating the base station data Click Apply in a tab to confirm all the changes you have made.
The new configuration will be sent to the base station. Example: Changing the ringer melody in talk&surf You can change your base station ringer melody in
talk&surf. To do this, open Configuration ] MSN settings, select the base station and change the ringer melody.
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Then click Apply to send the changed settings to the base station. If you now open the ISDN settings area in the base station configuration menu, you will see
that the change to the base station ringer melody has now been transferred from talk&surf to the base station. i If you try to close a dialogue or tab without
applying the changes, you will be prompted to save the changes. Rejecting configuration changes Click Cancel in a tab to undo all the changes you have
made in that tab. This discards all the changes made in the open tab. The base station configuration is not changed. i The Cancel button is only available until
you transfer the changed settings.
40 Operating talk&surf Protecting access You can protect the configuration area of your base station and talk&surf against unauthorised access by assigning
a system PIN. When supplied, the system PIN is preconfigured to 0000. PIN protection will be effective once you set a system PIN that is not 0000. Changing
the system PIN In talk&surf select Configuration ] Base settings. Open the Security tab. Click Change PIN. Enter the old PIN (factory setting: 0000). Enter a
new PIN. The PIN can be from 1 to 8 digits long. Confirm the new PIN by entering it again.
Apply the change by clicking OK. This transfers the system PIN to the base station. From now on, the configuration area can only be opened with the correct
PIN. Resetting the system PIN To permanently deactivate PIN protection, reset the system PIN to the factory setting 0000. To do this, enter 0000 in the
Change PIN dialogue as New PIN and confirm it by entering it again.
i Saving the system PIN You can save the system PIN for the duration of a configuration session so that you do not have to repeatedly enter it in
talk&surf. Precondition: The factory set system PIN 0000 has been changed to a different value. Open any folder in Configuration. Enter your system PIN.
Activate the Save base PIN? option Confirm your entry with OK.
You will no longer be asked for your system PIN during this session. The next time you start talk&surf, you will have to enter your PIN again, but then you
can save it for the duration of the new configuration session. You will find a more detailed description of PIN protection in Chapter "Security" on page 154.
41 Operating talk&surf Opening Help talk&surf provides you with various types of help: u During installation, detailed descriptions are shown on the screen.
u You can find help relating to entry screens by clicking the Help button in the open tab. u Drag the mouse pointer over any entries in the tabs for information
about that entry. This opens a ToolTip about the entry in question. u You can open the complete talk&surf help file by clicking Gigaset Help Topics in the
menu bar. u The entire operating instructions are available in PDF format on the supplied CDROM for printing. This requires Adobe Acrobat Reader; this
free program can also be installed from the CD-ROM.
Closing the program Select File ] Exit in the menu bar. This saves all the entries before closing talk&surf. Nothing needs to be saved manually. 42
Configuring the base station Configuring the base station Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click the
dialogue you want. Its tabs will then open in the working area. Change the settings you want. Click Apply to confirm the changes you have made. or The
new configuration will be sent to the base station.
Click Cancel to restore the original configuration. This discards all the changes made in the open tab. The base station configuration is not changed. i If you
try to close a dialogue or tab without applying the changes, you will be prompted to save the changes. Detailed description "Configuration" on page 138
"Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 Further information "Selecting a folder" on page 39 "Registering a
wireless device" on page 44 "Deregistering a wireless device" on page 45 "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 "Deregistering a Bluetooth device" on
page 50 "Configuring registered devices" on page 50 "Configuring Bluetooth devices" on page 52 "Entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 53
"Deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 54 "Configuring ISDN features" on page 54 "Setting dialling parameters" on page 55 "Entering
emergency numbers" on page 56 "Using the room monitor function" on page 57 "Configuring short message service (SMS)" on page 58 "Configuring the date
and time" on page 59 "Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a
device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 43
Configuring the base station "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 "Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Configuring external call
forwarding" on page 78 "Configuring automatic call forwarding" on page 81 "Configuring internal call forwarding" on page 82 "Configuring Night service"
on page 83 "Configuring door intercoms" on page 84 "Configuring charge logging" on page 85 "Managing charges per MSN" on page 86 "Managing
charges per device" on page 87 Registering a wireless device Double-click Configuration in Folder List.
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This displays the dialogues available. Click register. This opens the Register cordless devices tab. Click the register button. This activates the base
station's readiness for registration.
Alternatively you can press the base station's register button. i Register the wireless device. You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure
in the operating instructions of the device you want to register. Detailed description "Register" on page 140 Further information "Deregistering a wireless
device" on page 45 44 Configuring the base station Deregistering a wireless device Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues
available. Click Device settings. You will now see the Device settings tab. This highlights the row. The De-register button beneath the device list is also
activated. In the device list, click the device you want to deregister.
i If you deregister a device that has an MSN assigned to it exclusively, calls for that MSN will be redirected to the remaining MSNs. Click De-register. This
opens the Deregister tab. The new settings are then sent to the base station. The device is removed from the device list. Detailed description "Device settings"
on page 142 Further information "Registering a wireless device" on page 44 Confirm deregistration of the device by clicking Yes. 45 Configuring the base
station Registering a Bluetooth device Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues
available. Click register.
This opens the Register cordless devices tab. Click a button in the Bluetooth devices area to activate the base station's Bluetooth readiness for registration.
To do this select the button that describes the type of device you want to register: Button GSM telephone Bluetooth PC/PDA Bluetooth headset Bluetooth
device Mobile telephone PC (Bluetooth Adapter) or PDA Headset (PIN required) Launch the registration procedure with the Bluetooth device you want.
talk&surf only supports devices with the following Bluetooth profiles: Headset profile Serial Port profile Dial Up Network profile Handsfree profile (to a
certain extent) i You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure in the operating instructions of the device or Bluetooth adapter you want to
register. Detailed description "Register" on page 140 Further information "Registering a GSM telephone" on page 47 "Registering a Bluetooth PC or
Bluetooth PDA" on page 48 "Registering a Bluetooth headset" on page 49 "Deregistering a Bluetooth device" on page 50 "Configuring Bluetooth devices" on
page 52 46 Configuring the base station Registering a GSM telephone Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click register. This opens the Register cordless devices tab. Click GSM
telephone.
This activates the base station's readiness for registration. The register dialogue shows the remaining duration of readiness for registration (maximum 60
seconds) in a progress bar. Launch the registration procedure with the mobile telephone. i You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure
in the mobile telephone operating instructions. After successful registration, the Bluetooth connection name for the registered device will be displayed. You
can change the Bluetooth connection name if you want. The maximum length of the Bluetooth connection name is 16 characters. Confirm successful
registration with OK. This activates the Bluetooth connection between your base station and the mobile telephone. The mobile telephone appears in the device
list of the Bluetooth devices tab in the DECT devices dialogue.
A registered Bluetooth mobile telephone is entered in the MSN list of the MSN Settings tab as GSM. An internal device can use GSM as the send or receive
MSN. You will find more information about this topic in Chapter "Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23.
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i Detailed description "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 Further information "Registering a Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA" on page 48
"Registering a Bluetooth headset" on page 49 47 Configuring the base station Registering a Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA Only available for Gigaset
SX3x3isdn. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click register. This opens the Register cordless devices tab.
Click Bluetooth PC/PDA. This activates the base station's readiness for registration.
The Register dialogue shows the remaining duration of readiness for registration (maximum 60 seconds) in a progress bar. Launch the registration
procedure with the PC or PDA. i You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure in the operating instructions of your PC (Bluetooth
adapter) or PDA. After successful registration, the Bluetooth connection name for the registered device will be displayed. You can change the Bluetooth
connection name if you want.
The maximum length of the Bluetooth connection name is 16 characters. Confirm successful registration with OK. This activates the Bluetooth connection
between your base station and the PC or PDA. The device appears in the device list of the Bluetooth devices tab in the DECT devices dialogue. Detailed
description "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 Further information "Registering a GSM telephone" on page 47 "Registering a Bluetooth headset"
on page 49 48 Configuring the base station Registering a Bluetooth headset Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.
i Have the Headset PIN to hand when registering the headset. You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure in the headset operating
instructions. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click register. This opens the Register cordless
devices tab. Click Bluetooth headset. The base station then starts looking for a headset ready for registration. The Find dialogue shows the remaining
duration of the search (maximum 60 seconds) in a progress bar. Launch the registration procedure with the headset.
When the base station has found the headset, the PIN entry dialogue appears. Enter your headset PIN. The PIN can be from 1 to 16 characters long. You can
enter both letters and digits. Confirm your entry with OK. This opens the register dialogue. The headset's Bluetooth connection name appears. You can
change the Bluetooth connection name if you want. The maximum length of the Bluetooth connection name is 16 characters. Confirm successful registration
with OK.
This activates the Bluetooth connection between your base station and the headset. The headset appears in the device list of the Bluetooth devices tab in the
DECT devices dialogue. Detailed description "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 Further information "Registering a GSM telephone" on page 47
"Registering a Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA" on page 48 49 Configuring the base station Deregistering a Bluetooth device Only available for Gigaset
SX3x3isdn. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available.
Click Device settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Bluetooth devices tab. In the device list, click the Bluetooth device you want to
deregister. This highlights the row.
The Deregister Bluetooth device button beneath the device list is also activated. Click Deregister Bluetooth device. This opens the Deregister dialogue.
Confirm deregistration of the Bluetooth device by clicking Yes. The new settings are then sent to the base station. The device is removed from the device list.
Detailed description "Device settings" on page 142 Further information "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 "Configuring Bluetooth devices" on
page 52 Configuring registered devices i At least one MSN must be entered in the MSN settings dialogue before you can configure a device.
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You will find a detailed description in Chapter "MSN settings" on page 146. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues
available.
Click Device settings. You will now see the Device settings tab. This highlights the row. Below the device list you will see the changeable settings for the
selected device. In the device list, click the device you want to configure. i The settings displayed apply only to the selected device. Some settings cannot be
changed; this depends on the type of the device you have selected. Define the Device type. In the Send MSN section click the Name/number column. Select
the MSN the device is to use for setting up a connection.
50 Configuring the base station In the Receive MSN section, select all the MSNs the device is to react to for incoming calls. To do this, activate the MSNs in
the On column. A registered Bluetooth mobile telephone is entered in the MSN list of the MSN Settings tab as GSM. An internal device can use GSM as the
Send or Receive MSN. You will find more information about this topic in Chapter "Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23.
i Make any further changes you want: Enter a device name with up to 16 characters. Select Authorisation. The default authorisation is Unrestricted. In the
Receive MSN section click the Ring delay column. Select the number of rings for each MSN.
Activate the Call waiting option to permit "call waiting" for a second call. Activate the Hunt group option to add the device to the internal call all group.
Activate the Auto. seizure option to get the outside line when you pick up the receiver. Activate the Send MSN selection after seizure option, if you want to
dial the Send MSN before each call. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. The device list will now be updated. i If you want to
change the settings for several devices, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between
devices.
Detailed description "Device settings" on page 142 Further information "Entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 53 "Assigning a Bluetooth
mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23 51 Configuring the base station Configuring Bluetooth devices Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Device settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open
the Bluetooth devices tab. In the device list, click the Bluetooth device you want to configure. This highlights the selected row. Below the device list you will
see the changeable settings. You can change the following settings: Enter a name with up to 16 characters for the Bluetooth connection in the Device name
field.
In the Send MSN section, click the Name/number column. Select the MSN the Bluetooth device is to use for setting up a connection. Click Apply. The new
settings will be sent to the base station. The device list will now be updated.
i If you want to change the settings for several devices, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while
switching between devices. Detailed description "Device settings" on page 142 Further information "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46
"Deregistering a Bluetooth device" on page 50 52 Configuring the base station Entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) A registered Bluetooth mobile
telephone is entered in the first line of the MSN list as GSM. You cannot delete this entry nor can you assign a telephone number for this entry. You will find
more information about this topic in Chapter "Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23.
i Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click MSN settings. You will now see the MSN settings tab.
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This highlights the row. Below the MSN list you will see the changeable settings. In the MSN list, click the row in which you want to enter an MSN. Enter
the MSN in the Call number field. Make any further changes you want: Enter a name with up to 16 characters for the MSN. Choose a ringer melody for
the selected MSN.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. The MSN list will now be updated. i If you want to change the settings for several MSNs, you can
select the MSN list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between rows. Detailed description "MSN settings" on page
146 Further information "Deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 54 53 Configuring the base station Deleting multiple subscriber numbers
(MSN) Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click MSN settings. You will now see the MSN settings tab. This
highlights the row.
Below the MSN list you will see the Delete button. This opens the Delete tab. The new settings are then sent to the base station. The MSN is removed from the
MSN list. In the MSN list, click the MSN.
Click Delete. Confirm deletion of the MSN by clicking Yes. Detailed description "MSN settings" on page 146 Further information "Entering multiple
subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 53 Configuring ISDN features Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click
ISDN settings.
You will now see the ISDN settings tab. Select the Reject all option to activate the rejecting of an incoming call for all devices with the same Receive MSN.
Activate the MSN busy (busy-on-busy) option to permit only one call per Receive MSN at the same time. A second call to an already connected Receive MSN
will be rejected with the busy tone. Activate the Withhold no. option to suppress the transmitting of your own telephone number (Send MSN) for all MSNs.
Activate the Transfer (ECT) option so that you can pass your call to a second caller to a caller held in the PABX. The PABX then connects the two callers and
cuts your own connection. You can only use this feature if your base station is operated behind a PABX. Activate the call bumping (incoming call despite
channel bundling) option to reserve and, if necessary release, a B-channel for incoming external calls.
Define which ISDN features you want to use with your base station. i An incoming external call stops channel bundling if the call bumping (incoming call
despite channel bundling) option is active. After the call, channel bundling has to be restarted manually. Enter any telephone number as Call deflection so
that it is used as the default for all redirected calls. 54 Configuring the base station Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. Detailed
description "ISDN settings" on page 148 Further information "Setting up channel bundling" on page 33 Setting dialling parameters Double-click
Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Dial settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
You will now see the Dial parameters tab. Define the dialling parameters you want to use with your base station. In the Int. access code field, enter
International access code with up to 4 digits for making calls abroad. The international access code 00 is preset.
In the Country code field, enter the access code for your country with up to 2 digits. The country code is used for the correct assignment of your calls in
international mobile telephone networks (GSM). In the Nat. access code field, enter an access code with up to 4 digits for making calls to other national local
networks. The access code 0 is preset.
In the Dial parameter section, activate the option you want to use with your base station. The default setting is Standard dial. In the Access code (SC) field
enter the Access code with up to 4 digits to get an outside line for all outgoing calls.
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There is no default access code in the factory setting. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. Detailed description "Dial settings" on
page 150 Further information "Entering emergency numbers" on page 56 "Using the room monitor function" on page 57 "Configuring short message service
(SMS)" on page 58 55 Configuring the base station Entering emergency numbers Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues
available. Click Dial settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
Open the Emergency numbers tab. You can enter numbers with up to 32 digits as the destination number in the Configurable numbers section. i The base
station recognises these telephone numbers as emergency numbers. You can dial these numbers even with devices that you have assigned the receive only or
internal only authorisation. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. Detailed description "Dial settings" on page 150 Further
information "Setting dialling parameters" on page 55 "Using the room monitor function" on page 57 "Configuring short message service (SMS)" on page 58
56 Configuring the base station Using the room monitor function Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click
Dial settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
Open the External room monitor tab. You can enter an external telephone number with up to 32 digits in the External dest. call no. section. Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station. How to activate the handset's room monitor function: Enter internal number 99 as the handset destination
number for the room monitor call. Switch the handset room monitor function on. When the room monitor alarm is triggered, the handset opens a connection
to the external destination number. In Gigaset Series 4000 handsets, you can enter the external destination number directly as the alarm number for the room
monitor.
You will find a detailed description of the room monitor function in the handset operating instructions. i Detailed description "Dial settings" on page 150
Further information "Setting dialling parameters" on page 55 "Entering emergency numbers" on page 56 "Configuring short message service (SMS)" on page
58 57 Configuring the base station Configuring short message service (SMS) Double-click Configuration in Folder list. This displays the dialogues
available. Click Dial settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the SMS tab. Select an authorisation for text messages. The default setting
is SMS send and receive. Activate the SMS receive only option, if you do not want your base station to be able to send any text messages. The base station
will only receive text messages.
There is no need to configure the send centres. or Activate the SMS send and receive option, if you want to send text messages with your base station. Enter
the telephone number of an SMS service centre in the Service centre field. In the factory setting, there are default SMS service centres that you can use or
change. You can enter up to 10 telephone numbers with up to 32 digits. Activate the service centre option for one of the telephone numbers you have entered
as the service centre. Your base station sends all the text messages to the active send centre. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station.
Detailed description "Dial settings" on page 150 Further information "Setting dialling parameters" on page 55 "Entering emergency numbers" on page 56
"Using the room monitor function" on page 57 58 Configuring the base station Configuring the date and time i After every outgoing call that incurs a charge,
the date and time will also be automatically updated in so far as this service is offered by your network provider.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List.
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This displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. You will now see the Date/time tab.
The base station's date and time will now match those of the PC. Click the arrow button to send the PC's system time to the base station. i You cannot enter
the data and time manually in talk&surf. Check the PC's system time before sending the data to the base station. Detailed description "Base settings" on
page 153 Further information "Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61
"Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page
67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 59 Configuring the base station Configuring preferred redirection location A call can be redirected in your
base station or on the network.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open
the Assignments tab. Define the Preferred redirection location: Click In the base, if you want the base station to redirect the call. The second B-channel of
the ISDN line will be used for redirecting calls. i The base station can only redirect the call if the second B-channel is free. If this is not the case, then the
caller will hear the busy tone. or Click In the network, if you want the call to be redirected on the network.
The base station then sends the destination telephone numbers for each call forward to your network provider. This will leave both B-channels of your ISDN
line free when a call is forwarded. You can activate several call forward numbers at the same time. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base
station. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59 "Configuring preferred holding for
enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing
the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 60 Configuring the base station Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls An
enquiry call can be made in your base station or on the network. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click
Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
Open the Assignments tab. Define the Preferred holding for enquiry calls: Click In the base, if you want the base station to hold the external call. The
second B-channel of the ISDN line will be used for the second external call (enquiry call). i The base station can only make the second external call (enquiry
call) if the second B-channel is free. If this is not the case, no enquiry call can be made.
or Click In the network, if you want the external call is to be held on your network provider's network. The base station returns the first external call to the
network provider. The connection is held there. The second external call (enquiry call) is made using the same B-channel. The second B-channel is left free.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and
time" on page 59 "Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65
"Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 61 Configuring the base station
Picking up calls from the answering machine Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. If a call is being recorded by the answering
machine, you can pick up the call on an internal terminal with the same Receive MSN.
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By pressing the call key you can take over the call from the answering machine and stop the recording. i Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This
displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Assignments tab.
Activate the Automatic call pickup by AM option so that you can pick up calls while the answering machine is recording them. When you pick up the call
the recording stops. Click Apply. The new settings are sent to the base station. If you dial a number from your PC, the connection is set up by the assigned
device. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59
"Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Deleting log lists" on page 65
"Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 62 Configuring the base station
Assigning a device for PC dialling Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding
tabs are then displayed. Open the Assignments tab.
Activate the Connect phone to PC option if you want to use the Action ] Dial-Up menu command in talk&surf. In the Device assignment section, select an
internal device that is to react to the Action ] Dial-Up menu command. Click Apply. The new settings are sent to the base station. If you dial a number from
your PC, the connection is set up by the assigned device.
i The linked device will also be used for listening in on your answering machine. (Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn.) Detailed
description "Base settings" on page 153 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59 "Configuring
preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory
settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 63 Configuring the base station Presetting a remote
operation connection Only available for base stations without an integrated answering machine (e. g. Gigaset SX205isdn or Gigaset SX303isdn).
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the
Assignments tab. Use the Remote Answering Machine field to enter the telephone number of an external answering machine if your network provider's
telephone exchange provides one. You can then set up the remote play call directly via your base station. Click Apply. The new settings are sent to the base
station. If you dial a number from your PC, the connection is set up by the assigned device.
Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59
"Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Deleting log lists" on page 65
"Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 64 Configuring the base station
Deleting log lists Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then
displayed. Open the Factory settings tab. In the Base station data section, activate the log lists you want to delete. All cost lists All Calls lists All SMS lists
All ans.mach. messages Multiple selection is also possible. After an option has been activated, you will see the Delete button.
Click Delete. This opens the Delete tab. ! You cannot undo the delete operation for log lists.
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Confirm deletion of the selected options by clicking Yes. The entries of the selected log lists are then deleted in the base station.
The corresponding folders are updated in talk&surf. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and time"
on page 59 "Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a device for PC
dialling" on page 63 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 65
Configuring the base station Restoring factory settings Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base
settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
Open the Factory settings tab. Click Factory defaults in Configuration data to completely delete your changes in the Configuration folder. This opens the
Factory defaults dialogue. ! You cannot undo the reset to factory settings operation. All the log lists and personal settings will be lost. Confirm restoring of
the factory settings with Yes. This resets the base station configuration to the factory settings. The handsets remain registered, but will lose their MSN settings,
for example. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59 "Configuring preferred
redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log
lists" on page 65 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 66 Configuring the base station Changing the system
PIN Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available.
Click Base settings. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Security tab. Click Change PIN. This opens the PIN tab. The factory setting is
0000. Enter the old base station PIN in the Old PIN field. Enter a new sequence in the New PIN field. The PIN can be from 1 to 8 digits long. Repeat the
new PIN in the PIN confirmation field.
Confirm your entry with OK. This closes the PIN dialogue. The new PIN will be sent to the base station. Resetting the system PIN To permanently deactivate
PIN protection, reset the system PIN to the factory setting 0000. To do this, enter 0000 in the Change PIN dialogue as New PIN and confirm it by entering it
again.
i Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on page 59 "Configuring preferred redirection
location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on
page 65 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 67 Configuring the base station Activating the waiting melody i
You can only configure the waiting melody, if the enquiry connection has been activated in the base station. If the call is held in the network, the caller will
hear your network provider's standard announcement. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Base
settings.
The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Music on hold tab. Define which waiting melody is to be played when a call is held in the base
station: Activate the Off option if you do not want any waiting melody. Activate the Internal (from the base) option if you want to use the base station waiting
melody. Activate the External (via analogue terminal) option to play the waiting melody from an external device on an analogue connection. i The External
option is only available if an adapter for playing music has been connected to an analogue connection and is registered with the device type Music on hold.
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The new settings will be sent to the base station. Detailed description "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Configuring the date and time" on
page 59 "Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls" on page 61 "Assigning a device for PC
dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 68 Configuring the base
station Activating the answering machine Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. Double-click Configuration in Folder List.
This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then displayed. In the device list,
click the answering machine you want to activate. This highlights the row. Below the device list you will see the active and changeable settings for the selected
answering machine. i The settings displayed apply only to the selected answering machine. If necessary, deactivate the Deactivate AM and hide in handset
menus option. In the Default settings section, select an option for the selected answering machine: If you activate the AM off option, the answering
machine is available but switched off. You can switch the answering machine on from a handset when you need it.
or If you activate the AM all day option, the answering machine is available and switched on the whole day. You can switch the answering machine off from a
handset. or If you activate the AM time control option, the answering machine is available and switched on as per the settings in the Time control tab. You
can switch the answering machine off from a handset. Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station. i If you want to activate several answering machines, you can select the device list rows without clicking
Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information
"Operating the answering machine in all-day mode" on page 70 "Operating the answering machine in time mode" on page 71 "Configuring record and play"
on page 73 "Configuring remote access" on page 75 "Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 "Deactivating the answering machine" on page 77
69 Configuring the base station Operating the answering machine in all-day mode Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. Double-
click Configuration in Folder List.
This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then displayed. You will now see the
All day tab. In the device list, click the answering machine you want to configure. This highlights the row. Below the device list you will see the active and
changeable settings for the selected answering machine. i The settings displayed apply only to the selected answering machine. If necessary, deactivate the
Deactivate AM and hide in handset menus option. In the Default settings section, select the AM all day option.
In the Settings section, select Active announcement. Activate the Announcement 1 or the Announcement 2 option, if you want to have an announcement with
recording. or Activate the Announcem. only option, if you want to have an announcement without recording. The standard message has been preset in up to
three language variants for the country in which your base station is sold. With the phrase download tool you can select a different language variant if you
need one. You will find a more detailed description of the phrase download tool in Chapter "Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements"
on page 27. You can of course record your own message using a comfort telephone or handset. Further information is available in the telephone's operating
instructions. i Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station.
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The answering machine is available and switched on the whole day. An incoming call is answered with the active announcement. i If you want to configure
several answering machines, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices.
70 Configuring the base station Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information "Activating the answering machine" on
page 69 "Operating the answering machine in time mode" on page 71 "Configuring record and play" on page 73 "Configuring remote access" on page 75
"Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 "Deactivating the answering machine" on page 77 Operating the answering machine in time mode Only
available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Local
Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then displayed.
Open the Time control tab. In the device list, click the answering machine you want to configure. This highlights the row. Below the device list you will see
the active and changeable settings for the selected answering machine. i The settings displayed apply only to the selected answering machine. If necessary,
deactivate the Deactivate AM and hide in handset menus option. In the Default settings section, select the AM time control option. In the Settings section,
select Active announcement for particular weekdays: Section Active Announcement: Mo - Fr Activate up to 4 active announcements you want for certain
times. Choose for each Active announcement the announcement message. The options are Announcement 1, Announcement 2, Announcem.
only or AM off. Now enter for each Active announcement a Start time. i The start times you enter will be automatically sorted when you click Apply. If the
start times overlap, this will be corrected. Section Active Announcement: Saturday Select the Active announcement to be activated for Saturdays. The options
are Announcement 1, Announcement 2, Announcem. only or AM off. With the As for to Mon -Fri option, the settings in Active Announcement: Mo Fr also
apply for Saturdays. 71 Configuring the base station Section Active Announcement: Sunday Select the Active announcement to be activated for Sundays. The
options are Announcement 1, Announcement 2, Announcem.
only or AM off. With the As for to Mon -Fri option, the settings in Active Announcement: Mo Fr also apply for Sundays. The standard message has been
preset in up to three language variants for the country in which your base station is sold. With the phrase download tool you can select a different language
variant if you need one. You will find a more detailed description of the phrase download tool in Chapter "Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded
announcements" on page 27.
You can of course record your own message using a comfort telephone or handset. Further information is available in the telephone's operating instructions. i
Click Apply. The new settings are sent to the base station. The answering machine is available and switched on as per the settings in the Time control tab.
You can switch the answering machine off from a handset. i If you want to configure several answering machines, you can select the device list rows without
clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further
information "Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Operating the answering machine in all-day mode" on page 70 "Configuring record and play"
on page 73 "Configuring remote access" on page 75 "Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 "Deactivating the answering machine" on page 77
72 Configuring the base station Configuring record and play Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. Double-click Configuration in
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This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the General
tab. In the device list, click the answering machine you want to configure.
This highlights the row. Below the device list you will see the active and changeable settings for the selected answering machine. i The settings displayed
apply only to the selected answering machine. In the Settings ] Recordings section you can define the options for recording and or playing back your
messages: Recording In the Quality field, choose whether the quality of the recording is to be reduced in favour of longer recording capacity. In the Message
length field, define the maximum recording length for each message. With the maximum option you leave the entire available memory free for recording a
message. Replay Activate the Time stamp option if the date and time the message was received is to be announced before playing the message. Select the
option Automatic pause for playing several messages. The answering machine switches to pause mode after playing back a message. If there are no more
entries, the answering machine switches back to idle after a further 60 seconds.
Use the slider in the Playback speed section to set the speed at which the messages are played back. In the Number of ring tones field, select the number of
ringer tones after which the answering machine should record an incoming call: Enter a number between 1 9 rings. Choose the option auto 2/4. The
answering machine reacts after the fourth ringer tone if there are no new messages. If a new message has been recorded, the reaction time is cut to two ringer
tones.
The auto 2/4 option enables you to avoid unnecessary connection charges with Remote access: Hang up as soon as you hear the third ringer tone. Your
answering machine has not recorded any new messages. i 73 Configuring the base station Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. i If
you want to configure several answering machines, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply.
Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information
"Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Operating the answering machine in all-day mode" on page 70 "Operating the answering machine in time
mode" on page 71 "Configuring remote access" on page 75 "Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 "Deactivating the answering machine" on
page 77 74 Configuring the base station Configuring remote access Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. Double-click
Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then
displayed. Open the Remote access tab. In the device list, click the answering machine you want to configure. This highlights the row. Below the device list
you will see the active and changeable settings for the selected answering machine.
i The settings displayed apply only to the selected answering machine. In the Settings section you can define the options Remote access: In the Internal
access section, activate the AM lock option. The answering machine can be operated from an internal device only after the answering machine PIN has been
entered. In the External access section, activate the Remote control on option. This permits remote operation of the answering machine. In the External
access section, activate the Remote delete on option. This permits the remote deleting of messages. In the Automatic listen in section, activate select the
listening in with comfort handset option. Select the comfort handset to be used. During recording new messages will also be played over this handset's
loudspeaker.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. i If you want to configure several answering machines, you can select the device list rows
without clicking Apply.
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Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information
"Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Operating the answering machine in all-day mode" on page 70 "Operating the answering machine in time
mode" on page 71 "Configuring record and play" on page 73 "Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 "Deactivating the answering machine" on
page 77 75 Configuring the base station Changing the answering machine PIN Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding
tabs are then displayed. Open the Remote access tab.
In the device list, click the answering machine for which you want to change the answering machine PIN. Click Change AM PIN. This opens the PIN tab.
Enter the answering machine's current PIN in the Old PIN field. When supplied, the PIN is preconfigured to 0000. Enter a new sequence in the New PIN
field. The PIN can be from 1 to 8 digits long. Repeat the new PIN in the PIN confirmation field. Confirm your entry with OK. This closes the PIN dialogue.
The answering machine's New PIN will be sent to the base station. Resetting the answering machine PIN To permanently deactivate PIN protection, reset the
answering machine PIN to the factory setting 0000. To do this, enter 0000 as the New PIN in the PIN dialogue and confirm it by entering it again. i Detailed
description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information "Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Operating the answering machine
in all-day mode" on page 70 "Operating the answering machine in time mode" on page 71 "Configuring record and play" on page 73 "Configuring remote
access" on page 75 "Deactivating the answering machine" on page 77 76 Configuring the base station Deactivating the answering machine Only available
for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. ! Deactivating your answering machine deletes any messages it may have recorded. Double-click
Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Local Answering Machine. The device list and the corresponding tabs are then
displayed. This highlights the row.
Below the device list you will see the active and changeable settings for the selected answering machine. In the device list, click the answering machine you
want to deactivate. i i The settings displayed apply only to the selected answering machine. Select Deactivate AM and hide in handset menus. If you
deregister an answering machine that has an MSN assigned to it exclusively, calls for that MSN will be redirected to the remaining MSNs.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. The selected answering machine will be deactivated and hidden. Any messages on it will be
deleted. i If you want to deactivate several answering machines, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply.
Your changes remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 Further information
"Activating the answering machine" on page 69 "Operating the answering machine in all-day mode" on page 70 "Operating the answering machine in time
mode" on page 71 "Configuring record and play" on page 73 "Configuring remote access" on page 75 "Changing the answering machine PIN" on page 76 77
Configuring the base station Configuring external call forwarding If you have entered your base station as preferred redirection location in the System
Settings ] Assignments dialogue, the following restrictions apply: u Only one external call forward can be activated at any one time. This applies even if you
set up call forwarding for several Receive MSNs. u The call forward when busy option is not available because the base station can only redirect a call when
both B-channels are free.
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i Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click External call forwarding. The corresponding tabs are then
displayed. You will now see the External call forwarding tab. In the MSN list, click the MSN with the redirecting type for which you want to configure external
call forwarding.
Select an MSN with redirecting type Immediately. The call forwarding is activated as soon as an external call is received. or Select an MSN with redirecting
type On busy. The call forward when busy is only activated if the Receive MSN is busy. or Select an MSN with the redirecting type On no reply. The call
forward is activated after a short wait unless a different terminal takes the external call. All three redirecting types can be set up for each MSN. Bear in mind
that Immediate call forwarding has priority over the other two because it reacts to every incoming call without checking other conditions. The redirecting
types call forward On busy and On no reply can both be active for an MSN at the same time, because the conditions for activating call forwarding differ. i In
the lower section of the tab, select the redirecting type you want.
78 Configuring the base station Enter an external telephone number with up to 32 digits in the corresponding Destination call number field. Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station. The MSN list will now be updated. i If you want to change call forwarding for several MSNs, you can select
the MSN list rows without clicking Apply.
Your changes remain unaffected while switching between rows. Detailed description "External call forwarding" on page 159 Further information
"Deactivating external call forwarding" on page 80 "Configuring automatic call forwarding" on page 81 "Configuring internal call forwarding" on page 82
79 Configuring the base station Deactivating external call forwarding Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available.
Click External call forwarding. The corresponding tabs are then displayed.
You will now see the External call forwarding tab. In the MSN list, click the MSN with the redirecting type you want to deactivate. In the lower section of the
tab, deactivate the redirecting type. i Bear in mind that the redirecting types On busy and On no reply are reactivated when you deactivate Immediately.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. The MSN list will now be updated. Detailed description "External call forwarding" on page 159
Further information "Configuring external call forwarding" on page 78 "Configuring automatic call forwarding" on page 81 "Configuring internal call
forwarding" on page 82 80 Configuring the base station Configuring automatic call forwarding Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the
dialogues available. Click External call forwarding.
The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Automatic call forwarding tab. Select Automatic call forwarding if handset is "out of range". Select
a Receive MSN for which you want to configure automatic call forwarding. i You can only use Automatic call forwarding if handset is "out of range" if a
handset has been assigned the selected Receive MSN. Enter an external telephone number with up to 32 digits in the external destination number field for
call forwarding. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. This activates Automatic call forwarding. Detailed description "External call
forwarding" on page 159 Further information "Configuring external call forwarding" on page 78 "Deactivating external call forwarding" on page 80
"Configuring internal call forwarding" on page 82 81 Configuring the base station Configuring internal call forwarding Double-click Configuration in
Folder List.
This displays the dialogues available. Click Internal call forwarding.
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You will now see the Internal call forwarding tab. warding. This highlights the row.
Below the device list you will see the changeable settings. Select Activate internal call forwarding unconditional. A setting will be suggested for the device,
which you can change as necessary. Select as Internal forwarding destination the device to which the incoming call is to be redirected. Select a Rings to
configure the delay before the call is redirected.
Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station. The device list will now be updated. In the device list, click the device for which you want to
configure internal call for i If you want to change the settings for several devices, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes
remain unaffected while switching between devices. Detailed description "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 Further information "Configuring external
call forwarding" on page 78 "Deactivating external call forwarding" on page 80 "Configuring automatic call forwarding" on page 81 82 Configuring the
base station Configuring Night service i If external call forwarding has been set up for an MSN, you cannot set up Night service for that MSN. Double-click
Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Night service. You will now see the Night service tab.
This highlights the row. In the MSN list, click the MSN for which want to configure Night service. Activate the On option to switch on Night service for the
selected MSN. The changeable settings are shown with default values. Activate the Sat - Sun all day option for 24-hour Night service on Saturdays and
Sundays. In the Night service destination ] Forwarding section define whether the selected MSN is to be redirected during active Night service to an internal
device or an external telephone number: For the Forwarding destination Internal choose the appropriate device in the Device name field. or For
Forwarding destination External, enter an external telephone number with up to 32 digits in the Forwarding destination field. In the Start field, enter the time
(hour/minutes) for the daily start of Night service. In the Stop field, enter the time (hour/minutes) for the daily end of Night service. Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station. The MSN list will now be updated. i If you want to configure Night service for several MSNs, you can
select the MSN list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between rows. Detailed description "Night service" on page
160 Further information "Entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 53 83 Configuring the base station Configuring door intercoms i The
settings for a door intercom are only available if such an intercom is registered with the analogue connection of your base station.
Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. You will now see the Door tab. This highlights the row. The Assignment to
door call group option beneath the device list is also activated.
Activate the Assignment to door call group option to add the device to the intercom group. Only those devices in the intercom group will react to an intercom
call. Click Door. In the device list, click the device that is to respond to the door intercom. i If you want to include several internal devices in the intercom
group, you can select the device list rows without clicking Apply. Your changes remain unaffected while switching between rows. In the device list, click the
door intercom you want to configure. This highlights the selected row. This opens the Forward door call outside and Device type sections beneath the
device list. Use the Forward door call outside option, if you want to redirect the intercom call to an external telephone number: Click Activate.
Enter the telephone number with up to 32 digits in the corresponding Destination call number field.
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Select Device type for your door intercom: i Technical details and further information are available in the door intercom's operating instructions. Activate
the Door 1 option, if you have connected a door intercom to your base station as per FTZ 123. With this door type, the door is opened via closed-circuit
current. No further settings are required. or Activate the Door 1 option, if the door intercom can be operated using DTMF control signals. When supplied,
default DTMF control codes have been entered. If necessary, enter the DTMF control codes for your door intercom in the Door open code, Collect call code,
Connect code and Disconnect code fields. Click Apply. The new settings will be sent to the base station.
This activates the door intercom. Detailed description "Door" on page 161 84 Configuring the base station Configuring charge logging talk&surf can only
display your call charges if your network provider transmits the corresponding data. If in doubt, please ask your network provider whether charge
transmission has been activated for your ISDN line. Bluetooth connection Charges incurred via Bluetooth connections using your mobile telephone are not
displayed here. i Double-click Configuration in Folder List.
This displays the dialogues available. Click Costs. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Settings tab. In the Transfer from network section
enter which data your network provider transmits: Activate the Units option, if the number of units is transmitted.
Activate the Costs option, if the actual charge of the call is transmitted. If necessary, enter Cost factor to be applied to the data transmitted by your network
provider: In the Cost factor section, select the Rate option. Enter the value in the Rate field. Enter a currency label with up to three characters in the
Currency field. Activate the option Costs for last call option, if you want the charges of the last call to be displayed when you get an outside line. Click Apply.
The new settings will be sent to the base station. The charge lists in the Costs per MSN/total and Costs per device tabs are updated. Detailed description
"Costs" on page 162 Further information "Managing charges per MSN" on page 86 "Managing charges per device" on page 87 85 Configuring the base
station Managing charges per MSN talk&surf can only display your call charges if your network provider transmits the corresponding data. If in doubt,
please ask your network provider whether charge transmission has been activated for your ISDN line.
Bluetooth connection Charges incurred via Bluetooth connections using your mobile telephone are not displayed here. i Double-click Configuration in
Folder List. This displays the dialogues available. Click Costs. The corresponding tabs are then displayed. You will now see the Costs per MSN/ total tab.
Choose one of the following actions for managing the current charge list: Click Export. to save the charges per MSN with the last delete date and the total
amount on your PC. This opens the Save As dialogue. Select the export folder.
Enter a file name for the export file. Confirm your selection with Save. The current charge list is stored on your PC in *.csv format. or In the charge list,
click the MSN if you want to delete the amount shown for that MSN.
This highlights the row. Click Delete. This opens the Delete tab. Confirm deletion of the charges for the selected MSN with Yes. The amount shown is set to
zero.
The total amount and the delete date beneath the charge list are updated. The new settings will be sent to the base station. or Close the Costs per MSN/total
tab without making any changes. The displayed amounts are left unchanged and included in further call charges. Detailed description "Costs" on page 162
Further information "Configuring charge logging" on page 85 "Managing charges per device" on page 87 86 Configuring the base station Managing charges
per device talk&surf can only display your call charges if your network provider transmits the corresponding data.
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If in doubt, please ask your network provider whether charge transmission has been activated for your ISDN line. Bluetooth connection Charges incurred
via Bluetooth connections using your mobile telephone are not displayed here. i Double-click Configuration in Folder List. This displays the dialogues
available. Click Costs.
The corresponding tabs are then displayed. Open the Costs per device tab. Choose one of the following actions for managing the current charge list: Click
Export. to save the Costs per device on your PC. This opens the Save As dialogue. Select the export folder. Enter a file name for the export file. Confirm
your selection with Save. The current charge list is stored on your PC in *.csv format.
or In the charge list, click the device if you want to delete the amount shown for that device. This highlights the row. Click Delete. This opens the Delete tab. -
Confirm deletion of the charges for the selected MSN with Yes.
The amount shown is set to zero. The total amount and the delete date beneath the charge list are updated. The new settings will be sent to the base station. or -
Close the Costs per device tab without making any changes. The displayed amounts are left unchanged and included in further call charges.
Detailed description "Costs" on page 162 Further information "Configuring charge logging" on page 85 "Managing charges per MSN" on page 86 87
Managing Calls lists Managing Calls lists Your base station logs all outgoing and incoming calls in a Calls list. talk&surf provides various functions in the
CLM folder that will help you to edit and manage your Calls list entries: u Select a Calls list filter to show only those Calls list entries for a given connection
type. u Customize the Calls list view and the sorting of entries for each Calls list filter to suit your requirements. u Edit the Calls list entries. u Copy all the
Calls list entries to the central directory. u Print out the Calls list or export it to a file. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 "Operating talk&surf" on
page 37 "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Calling a Calls list entry" on page 90
"Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Editing a Calls list entry" on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list
entry" on page 100 "Copying a Calls list entry to the directory" on page 101 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 88
Managing Calls lists Opening the Calls list In the Folder list click CLM. In the working area you will see the Calls list containing all the Calls list entries.
The Folder list shows all the available Calls list filters. Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list to display only certain Calls list entries: Click Accepted calls
to display only the incoming calls answered by a device.
All the other Calls list entries are hidden. or Click Outgoing calls to display only the outgoing calls made by one of your devices. All the other Calls list
entries are hidden. or Click Missed calls to display only the incoming calls that were not answered. All the other Calls list entries are hidden. Detailed
description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 Further information "Calling a Calls list entry" on page 90 "Configuring the Calls list" on page
91 "Editing a Calls list entry" on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Copying a Calls list
entry to the directory" on page 101 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 89 Managing Calls lists Calling a Calls list
entry Precondition: In the Configuration ] Base settings ] Assignments dialogue, the Link telephone with PC option must be activated if you want to use this
function. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63.
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i Click CLM in the Folder list. This opens the Calls list. Click the entry you want to call.
This highlights the entry. Click the Phone button. This sets up the connection via the telephone assigned to the PC. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132
"Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 "Copying a Calls list entry to the
directory" on page 101 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 90 Managing Calls lists Configuring the Calls list
You can customize the Calls list view: u Configure a suitable view for each Calls list filter. u Change the number and the order of the visible columns.
u Sort and group the Calls list entries. u Show a preview of the current Calls list entry. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 Further information
"Removing columns" on page 91 "Adding columns" on page 92 "Changing the column sequence" on page 94 "Sorting Calls list entries" on page 95
"Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 Removing columns In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. i
Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only.
In the View menu click Field Chooser This opens the Field Chooser dialogue. i There must always be at least one column in the Show these fields in this
order section. In the Show these fields in this order section, click the columns you want to remove from the current view. Keep the [Ctrl] key pressed if you
want to select several columns. Click [- Remove. The selected columns will be shifted to the Available fields section. Confirm your entry with OK. This closes
the Field Chooser dialogue. The current Calls list now shows only the columns in the Show these fields in this order section. 91 Managing Calls lists Detailed
description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Adding columns" on page 92 "Changing the column sequence" on page 94 "Sorting
Calls list entries" on page 95 "Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 Adding columns In the Folder list click CLM.
This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only. In the View menu click Field
Chooser This opens the Field Chooser dialogue. In the Available fields section click the columns you want to add to the current view. Keep the [Ctrl] key
pressed if you want to select several columns. Click Add -]. The selected columns will be shifted to the Show these fields in this order section. Confirm your
entry with OK. This closes the Field Chooser dialogue. The current Calls list now shows only the columns in the Show these fields in this order section.
Detailed description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Changing the column sequence" on page
94 "Sorting Calls list entries" on page 95 "Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 92 Managing Calls lists Changing
the column width In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. In the header row, the column headers are separated by dividing lines. Click the
right dividing line of the column you want to change and keep the mouse button pressed. i You can only change the column width if you see the correct cursor
icon (vertical line with left and right arrows).
Drag the dividing line to the required position in the header row of the Calls list. When you release the mouse button, the column changes its width. i Double-
clicking the dividing line adjusts the width so that the entire cell content is visible. Detailed description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further
information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Changing the column sequence" on page 94 "Sorting Calls list entries" on page 95 "Grouping Calls list
entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 93 Managing Calls lists Changing the column sequence You can change the column sequence in
the Calls list using Drag and Drop or with the Field Chooser dialogue.
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Changing the column sequence using Drag and Drop In the Folder list click CLM.
This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only. Click the column header you
want to move and keep the mouse button pressed. Drag the column header to the required position in the header row of the Calls list. When you release the
mouse button, the column moves to the position marked by two red arrows. Changing the column sequence using the Field Chooser dialogue In the Folder
list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only. In the View
menu click Field Chooser This opens the Field Chooser dialogue. In the Show these fields in this order section, click the column you want to move.
Use the arrow buttons to move the selected column: Click arrow up to move the selected column one position higher. In the Calls list this column will be
moved one position to the left. Click arrow down to move the selected column one position lower. In the Calls list this column will be moved one position to
the right. Confirm your settings with OK. This closes the Field Chooser dialogue. The current Calls list now shows the columns in the new order. Detailed
description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Adding columns" on page 92 "Sorting Calls list
entries" on page 95 "Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 94 Managing Calls lists Sorting Calls list entries In
the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only.
Click the column header to sort the contents of the Calls list entries on that column. This sorts the entries. In the column header you will see an arrow icon
showing the sort sequence: For sorting in descending order, the arrow icon points down. For sorting in ascending order, the arrow icon points up. i Click
the column header again to change the sort order.
Detailed description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Adding columns" on page 92 "Changing
the column sequence" on page 94 "Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 "Opening preview windows" on page 97 95 Managing Calls lists Grouping Calls
list entries In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list
filter only. In the View menu click Groupbar. The grouping bar appears above the current Calls list.
Click the column header to group the contents of the Calls list entries on that column. Keep the mouse button pressed. Drag the column header to the
Groupbar. When you release the mouse button, the Calls list entries are grouped. The number of groups depending on the how much the contents in the
selected column differ. You can drag several column headers to the Groupbar to combine groups: Drag the column headers one after the other to the
Groupbar. The Calls list entries are combined in cascaded groups. The order of the sub-groups will be determined by the order in which you dragged the
column headers to the Groupbar. i Detailed description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Adding
columns" on page 92 "Changing the column sequence" on page 94 "Sorting Calls list entries" on page 95 96 Managing Calls lists Opening preview windows
In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list.
i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you want to change the view for that Calls list filter only. In the View menu click Preview Pane. You will see a
detailed view of the selected entry below the current Calls list.
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i You can change the size of the preview window. Drag the dividing line between the Calls lists and preview window with the mouse to the position you
want. Detailed description "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 Further information "Removing columns" on page 91 "Adding columns" on page 92
"Changing the column sequence" on page 94 "Sorting Calls list entries" on page 95 "Grouping Calls list entries" on page 96 97 Managing Calls lists Editing
a Calls list entry In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. Double-click the Calls list entry you want to edit. This opens the Calls list editor.
The title bar of the Calls list editor shows the date and time of the current Calls list entry.
You can open several Calls list entries for editing at the same time: Keep the [Ctrl] key pressed and click the entries you want to edit. In the File ] Open
menu click Selected Items. A separate Calls list editor will be opened for each entry selected. i Change the contents of the Calls list entry. You can use the
various functions offered by the Calls list editor: Use the Windows clipboard to edit the contents.
Delete the Calls list entry displayed from the Calls list. Scroll to the next or previous Calls list entry. Dial the telephone number displayed from your PC. In
the File menu of the Calls list editor, click Save. This updates the selected Calls list entry.
In the File menu of the Calls list editor, click Exit. This closes the Calls list editor. i If you close the Calls list editor without saving the changes, you will be
prompted to save the changes. Detailed description "Calls list editor functions" on page 137 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89
"Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Copying a Calls list
entry to the directory" on page 101 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 98 Managing Calls lists Changing the status
of a Calls list entry In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. Click the Calls list entry whose status you want to change. Keep the [Ctrl] key
pressed if you want to select several Calls list entries. In the Edit menu click Mark As Read. or The current entries are given the status Read: The Status
column displays the open envelope icon. The entry font is shown as normal.
In the Edit menu click Mark As Unread. The current entries are given the status Unread: The Status column displays the sealed envelope icon. The entry
font is shown as bold. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Configuring the Calls list" on page
91 "Editing a Calls list entry" on page 98 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Copying a Calls list entry to the directory" on page 101 "Exporting the
Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 99 Managing Calls lists Deleting a Calls list entry In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the
Calls list. Click the Calls list entry you want to delete. Keep the [Ctrl] key pressed if you want to select several Calls list entries. In the Edit menu click
Delete. The selected entries are removed from the Calls list. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page
89 "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Editing a Calls list entry" on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Copying a Calls list
entry to the directory" on page 101 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 100 Managing Calls lists Copying a Calls list
entry to the directory In the Folder list click CLM.
This opens the Calls list. Click the Calls list entry you want to copy to the central directory. This highlights the entry. In the Action menu click Add to Phone
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This opens the Add entry to phonebook dialogue.
Enter the name of the new directory entry (up to 16 characters) in the Name field. Check the telephone number in the Call number field (up to 32 digits).
Confirm your entry with OK. This adds the name and telephone number as a new entry to the central directory. The name entered will be used in all the Calls
list entries generated by a call to that telephone number.
Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Opening the directory" on page
107 "Calling a Calls list entry" on page 90 "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Editing a Calls list entry" on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list
entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 101 Managing Calls
lists Exporting the Calls List In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you only want to export
certain Calls list entries. Click the Calls list entry you want to export. Keep the [Ctrl] key pressed if you want to select several Calls list entries. This opens
the Export dialogue. In the Action menu click Export. Select the file format in the Export Format field. Enter a file name for the export file in the To File
field. i export.
You can also enter a path in the To File field for storing the export file. You will find more information about this in Chapter "Selecting the export folder" on
page 103. In the Fields Available section click the columns whose contents you want to Click the ] button to move the selected columns to the Fields To
Export section. Define the order in which the fields to be exported are to be included in the export file. i You will find more information on selecting and
sorting the fields to be exported in the Chapters "Selecting the fields to be exported" on page 104 and "Sorting the fields to be exported" on page 105. Click
Export to start the exporting of the file. Click Close to quit the Export dialogue. Successful export will be shown by a confirmation dialogue. Detailed
description "CLM" on page 132 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Editing a Calls list entry"
on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Printing the Calls list" on page 105 102
Managing Calls lists Selecting the export folder You can select a folder path in the Export dialogue for storing the export file. In the Folder list click CLM.
This opens the Calls list. Select the Calls list entries you want to export. In the Action menu click Export. This opens the Export dialogue. Click the.
button next to the To File field. This opens the Save As dialogue. Select the folder path in the Save in field. Enter a file name. Select the file type.
Confirm your entry with Save. This closes the Save As dialogue. Your entries are transferred to the To File field. Detailed description "Exporting the Calls
List" on page 102 Further information "Selecting the fields to be exported" on page 104 "Sorting the fields to be exported" on page 105 103 Managing Calls
lists Selecting the fields to be exported In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls list. Select the Calls list entries you want to export. In the Action
menu click Export. This opens the Export dialogue. In the Fields Available section click the columns whose contents you want to export. Keep the [Ctrl] key
pressed if you want to select several columns.
Click the ] or ]] buttons to move the selected columns to the Fields To Export section. Click ] to move the selected columns. or Click ]] to move all the
columns. Use the [ and [[ buttons to undo your field selection: In the Fields To Export section click the columns you do not want to export.
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Click [ to move the selected columns back to the Fields Available section. or Click [[ to move all the columns back to the Fields Available section. i
Detailed description "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 Further information "Selecting the export folder" on page 103 "Sorting the fields to be exported"
on page 105 104 Managing Calls lists Sorting the fields to be exported In the Folder list click CLM. This opens the Calls lists. Select the Calls list entries
you want to export. In the Action menu click Export.
This opens the Export dialogue. In the Fields To Export section, click the column whose position you want to change. Use the arrow buttons to the right of
the Export dialogue to move the selected column: Click arrow up to move the selected column one position higher. Click arrow down to move the selected
column one position lower. Detailed description "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 Further information "Selecting the export folder" on page 103
"Selecting the fields to be exported" on page 104 Printing the Calls list In the Folder list click CLM.
This opens the Calls lists. i Select a Calls list filter in the Folder list if you only want to print certain Calls list entries. In the File menu click Print Preview.
This opens the Print Preview dialogue. You will see a print preview of the current Calls list.
If necessary click Print setup to configure the print settings. Click Print. The current Calls list will be printed out on your PC's default printer. Detailed
description "CLM" on page 132 Further information "Opening the Calls list" on page 89 "Configuring the Calls list" on page 91 "Editing a Calls list entry"
on page 98 "Changing the status of a Calls list entry" on page 99 "Deleting a Calls list entry" on page 100 "Exporting the Calls List" on page 102 105
Managing directories Managing directories talk&surf provides in the Directories folder various functions that help you to edit and manage your directory
entries: u Create a central directory on your PC where you can store and edit your telephone numbers. u Copy directory entries from or to a handset. u Copy
Calls list entries to your central directory. u Synchronise the directories in your handsets. u Import telephone number from other programs. u Dial a
telephone number directly from the central directory. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Overview of the
menu commands" on page 164 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107 "Creating a new central directory" on page 108 "Calling a Calls list
entry" on page 109 "Creating a new directory entry" on page 110 "Editing a directory entry" on page 111 "Deleting a directory entry" on page 112 "Copying
directory entries" on page 113 "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Changing a handset directory" on page 116 "Sending a directory to a
handset" on page 117 "Importing a telephone database from an older version" on page 118 "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119 106
Managing directories Opening the directory Click Directories in Folder List.
This opens the directory manager in the working area. Select the directory you want to edit: In the All section, click the PC tab to display the central
directory. or In the All section, click the Handsets tab to display a mapping of a handset directory in the left-hand pane of the working area. or In the
Handsets section, double-click the All handsets entry to display a mapping of a handset directory in the right-hand pane of the working area. Double-click the
name of the directory to show its entries. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Selecting a folder" on page 39 107 Managing
directories Creating a new central directory Click Directories in Folder List. This opens the directory manager. In the All section, click the PC tab. This
displays the central directory (PC directory).
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After installing talk&surf there are no directory entries.
Click PC directory to create your central directory. Select one of the following methods: Enter telephone numbers manually You will find a detailed
description in Chapter "Creating a new directory entry" on page 110. or Copy telephone numbers from a handset You will find a detailed description in
Chapter "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115. or Import telephone numbers from an older version You will find a detailed description in
Chapter "Importing a telephone database from an older version" on page 118. or Import telephone numbers from a PC address book You will find a detailed
description in Chapter "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119.
Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Creating a new directory entry" on page 110 "Copying directory entries" on page 113
"Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Importing a telephone database from an older version" on page 118 "Importing directory entries from a
file" on page 119 108 Managing directories Calling a Calls list entry Precondition: In the Configuration ] Base settings ] Assignments dialogue, the Link
telephone with PC option must be activated if you want to use this function. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Assigning a device for PC
dialling" on page 63. i Click Directories in Folder list. Select the directory. This opens the directory manager.
Its entries are then displayed. Click the entry you want to call. This highlights the entry. Click the Phone button. This sets up the connection via the telephone
assigned to the PC. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 "Base settings" on page 153 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107
"Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Calling with the PC" on page 28 109 Managing directories Creating a new directory entry Click
Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager. This displays the central directory. In the All section, click the PC tab. Click Create entry.
This opens the New entry dialogue. Enter the name of the new directory entry (up to 16 characters) in the Name field. The name is also the criterion for the
alphabetical sorting of the directory entries. the digits 0 9 you can also use the special characters #, *, P and R: Enter the telephone number (up to 32
digits) in the Call number field. Apart from Charac- Affect / Use ters *.# u With an open connection: P R E. g. for menu control in automated service
announcements or remote access to an answering machine. u During the call: To control the features of a telephone exchange or PABX (dialling feature Dial
* and # must be activated) Dial pause Forces a short pause during block dialling, which gives older extension systems for example enough time to get an
outside line. The dialling pause is inserted after the last digit before the P.
Flash function The flash function is triggered by pressing keys on the telephone and is used to put through a call or start special functions. A flash is a short
defined interruption of the link, e. g. to make an enquiry call. Confirm your entry with OK.
The new entry is added to the central directory. The alphabetical sorting of the directory entries is updated the first time you open the Directories folder. If
you want to check the sorting of the entries immediately, briefly close and open the Directories folder again. i Detailed description "Directories" on page 125
Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107 "Creating a new central directory" on page 108 "Editing a directory entry" on page 111 "Deleting
a directory entry" on page 112 "Copying directory entries" on page 113 110 Managing directories Editing a directory entry Click Directories in Folder list.
This opens the directory manager.
This displays the central directory. In the All section, click the PC tab.
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Double-click PC directory. This displays the central directory entries. This opens the Edit entry dialogue. Double-click the entry you want to edit. Enter
the new name of the selected entry (up to 16 characters) in the Name field. The name is also the criterion for the alphabetical sorting of the directory entries.
Enter the new telephone number for the selected entry (up to 32 digits) in the Call number field. Apart from the digits 0 9 you can also use the special
characters #, *, P and R.
Confirm the changes with OK. This updates the entry in the central directory. The alphabetical sorting of the directory entries is updated the first time you
open the Directories folder. If you want to check the sorting of the entries immediately, briefly close and open the Directories folder again. i Detailed
description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107 "Creating a new directory entry" on page 110 "Deleting a
directory entry" on page 112 "Copying directory entries" on page 113 111 Managing directories Deleting a directory entry Click Directories in Folder list.
This opens the directory manager. This displays the central directory. In the All section, click the PC tab. Double-click PC directory. This highlights the
entry.
This displays the central directory entries. Click the entry you want to delete. Click Delete entry. This opens the Delete entry tab. Confirm the deleting of
the selected entry with OK.
This removes the entry from the central directory. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107
"Creating a new directory entry" on page 110 "Editing a directory entry" on page 111 "Copying directory entries" on page 113 112 Managing directories
Copying directory entries talk&surf displays the directories of your handsets. These you can edit and copy. These directories are only mappings of the
directories stored in your handsets. Changes you make to these mappings with talk&surf are not automatically applied to the handset in question.
The directory stored in the handset is only updated when you send the corresponding mapping in the Handsets section to the handset. You will find a detailed
description in Chapter "Sending a directory to a handset" on page 117. ! Click Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager. Open the two
directories you want to exchange directory entries between: Exchanging entries between the central directory and handset In the Handsets section, open the
directory of the handset in question. In the All section, click the PC tab to open the central directory. or Exchanging entries between two handsets In the
Handsets section, open the directory of the first handset. In the All section, click the Handsets tab to open the directory of the second handset. Select the
directory entry you want to copy. Select the directory you want to copy the selected entry to.
Use the ] and [ buttons to copy the directory entries from the left-hand (All) to the right-hand section (Handsets) or vice versa. The ] and [ buttons are only
available if what you have selected allows a copy can be sent in the direction in question. i 113 Managing directories Copy the selected entry to the
selected directory. Click the ] button to copy a directory entry from the All section to the Handsets. Click the [ button to copy a directory entry from the
Handsets section to the All. The selected directory entry will be copied to the open directory. You can also copy an entire directory. (Not available for Gigaset
C1.) Select the directory you want to copy with all its entries. Select the directory you want to copy the entries to.
Click ] or [ to start the copy procedure. i Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107
"Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Changing a handset directory" on page 116 "Sending a directory to a handset" on page 117 114
Managing directories Receiving a directory from a handset Use the Receive button to copy a handset directory to talk&surf.
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In the Handsets section you will see a mapping of the handset directory. This directory mapping is stored in the Handsets section under the device name of
the handset, where you can also edit it. The old directory mapping saved in the Handsets section will be replaced.
If necessary, copy individual directory entries to the central directory so that these entries are not lost. This enables manual directory entries entered
directly in the handset to be copied to talk&surf. To find out how to do this, please read Chapter "Sending a directory to a handset" on page 117. ! Click
Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager.
Double-click All handsets in Handsets. This displays the directories of the registered handsets. Click the directory. This selects the directory. In the Handset
directory click Receive. This sends the directory stored in the handset to the PC. The directory mapping in talk&surf is overwritten. Detailed description
"Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107 "Copying directory entries" on page 113 "Changing a handset
directory" on page 116 "Sending a directory to a handset" on page 117 115 Managing directories Changing a handset directory talk&surf displays the
directories of your handsets. These you can edit and copy. These directories are only mappings of the directories actually stored in your handsets.
Changes you make to these mappings with talk&surf are not automatically applied to the handset in question. The directory stored in the handset is only
updated when you send the corresponding mapping in the Handsets section to the handset. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Sending a
directory to a handset" on page 117. ! Click Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager. This displays the handset's directory entries.
Double-click the directory of the handset in Handsets. Click the entry you want to change. Make the changes to the entries of the open directory: In the
Name section, click Delete. The selected entry is removed from the directory.
The directory of the same handset in the All section is updated. or In the Name section, click Edit. This opens the Edit Name dialogue. Enter the new name of
the selected entry (up to 16 characters) in the Name field. Confirm the change with OK.
This updates the entry in the open directory and in the directory of the same handset in the All section. In the Handsets section you can only change the name
of a directory entry. For example, you can customize the sorting of the telephone numbers for each handset. You can change the telephone number only in the
central directory or with the corresponding handset. i Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page
107 "Copying directory entries" on page 113 "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Sending a directory to a handset" on page 117 116
Managing directories Sending a directory to a handset Use the Send button to start updating the directory stored in the handset.
The entries of the directory selected in the Handsets section are transferred to the corresponding handset. The old directory in the handset is replaced. If
necessary, back-up any directory entries you have made manually in the handset. Manual directory entries not received by talk&surf are lost. To find out how
to do this, please read Chapter "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115. ! Click Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager.
Double-click All handsets in Handsets. This displays the directories of the registered handsets. Click the directory.
This selects the directory. In the Handset directory section, click Send. This sends the directory mapping displayed in talk&surf to the handset. The old
directory in the handset is replaced. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Opening the directory" on page 107 "Copying
directory entries" on page 113 "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Changing a handset directory" on page 116 117 Managing directories
Importing a telephone database from an older version i You can only use this function if an older version of talk&surf was installed on your PC and you have
saved its telephone database before uninstallation.
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Click Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager. This opens the wizard for importing directories dialogue Introduction. In the Handset
directory section, click Import. Activate the Import data from a saved database option.
Click Next. The entries of the telephone database from the older version are added to the central directory. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125
Further information "Creating a new central directory" on page 108 "Receiving a directory from a handset" on page 115 "Importing directory entries from a
file" on page 119 118 Managing directories Importing directory entries from a file i You can import telephone numbers and names from a file stored on the
PC. The file can have the *.xls, *.
mdb, *.txt or *.csv format. The imported data can only be added to the central directory in talk&surf. From there you can copy them to the handset
directories.
Click Directories in Folder list. This opens the directory manager. This opens the wizard for importing directories dialogue Introduction. In the Handset
directory section, click Import. Activate the Name an import file option. Confirm your selection with Next. Select the import file in the Wizard for importing
directories File selection dia- logue. Confirm your selection with Next. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Wizard for importing directories -
File selection" on page 120. In the Wizard for importing directories Settings dialogue, choose the settings that the import wizard is to use when importing
the file.
Confirm your selection with Next. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Wizard for importing directories Settings" on page 121. In the Wizard for
importing directories Composition of the name dialogue, choose the fields in your import file from which the import wizard is to use for composing the name
of the imported directory entries. Confirm your selection with Next. You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Wizard for importing directories
Composition of the name" on page 122. In the Wizard for importing directories Composition of the telephone number dialogue, choose the fields in your
import file from which the import wizard is to use for composing the telephone number of the imported directory entries. Confirm your selection with Next.
You will find a detailed description in Chapter "Wizard for importing directories Composition of the telephone number" on page 123. Check the results of
your settings in the Wizard for importing directories Finish dialogue: Click Back to correct your settings. or Click Finish to confirm your settings.
This starts the import procedure. The progress of the import is shown in a progress bar. The entries from the import file are added to the central directory.
119 Managing directories Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Further information "Wizard for importing directories File selection" on page 120
"Wizard for importing directories Settings" on page 121 "Wizard for importing directories Composition of the name" on page 122 "Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the telephone number" on page 123 "Creating a new central directory" on page 108 "Receiving a directory from a handset" on
page 115 "Importing a telephone database from an older version" on page 118 Wizard for importing directories File selection Click the . button next to the
File name field to select the file to be imported.
This opens the Open dialogue: Select the folder path in the Browse in field. Enter the name of the import file in the File name field. i You can import files
with *.xls, *.mdb, *.
txt or *.csv format with talk&surf. Confirm your selection with Open. This closes the Open dialogue. Your entries are transferred to the File name field.
Click Next. This opens the Wizard for importing directories Settings dialogue. Detailed description "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119
Further information "Wizard for importing directories Settings" on page 121 "Wizard for importing directories Composition of the name" on page 122
"Wizard for importing directories Composition of the telephone number" on page 123 120 Managing directories Wizard for importing directories Settings
Define the settings the import wizard is to use when importing the selected file: Activate the File has column headings option, if you do not want to import the
column headings of an address table.
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Define which list separator your import file uses to distinguish individual fields. You can choose Tabs and Comma or enter your own list separator in the
Other field.
Define which character set is used in your import file: In the default setting the ASCII (OEM) character set has been activated. Activate the ANSI character
set if you want to import language-dependent special characters such as "" or "". Confirm your settings with Next. This opens the Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the name dialogue. Detailed description "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119 Further information "Wizard for
importing directories File selection" on page 120 "Wizard for importing directories Composition of the name" on page 122 "Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the telephone number" on page 123 121 Managing directories Wizard for importing directories Composition of the name ! A
maximum of 16 characters per directory entry is used for the composition of the name, regardless of the field selection. In the left-hand pane, select the fields
in your import file from which the import wizard is to use for composing the name of the imported directory entries. Click ] to move a selected field to the
right-hand pane. Check the results of your field selection that is shown in the Example of selected composition field. Change any other settings you want:
Use the [ button to change your field selection. Double-click a field in the right-hand pane to change the list separator for that field.
Use the Arrow up and Arrow down buttons to change the order of the selected fields. Confirm your settings with Next. This opens the Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the telephone number dialogue. Detailed description "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119 Further information
"Wizard for importing directories File selection" on page 120 "Wizard for importing directories Settings" on page 121 "Wizard for importing directories
Composition of the telephone number" on page 123 122 Managing directories Wizard for importing directories Composition of the telephone number ! A
maximum of 32 digits per directory entry is used for the composition of the telephone number, regardless of the field selection. In the left-hand pane, select
the fields in your import file from which the import wizard is to use for composing the telephone number of the imported directory entries.
Click ] to move a selected field to the hand-hand pane. Check the results of your field selection that is shown in the Example of selected composition field.
Change any other settings you want: Use the [ button to change your field selection. Use the Arrow up and Arrow down buttons to change the order of the
selected fields. Confirm your settings with Next.
This opens the Wizard for importing directories Finish dialogue. Detailed description "Importing directory entries from a file" on page 119 Further
information "Wizard for importing directories File selection" on page 120 "Wizard for importing directories Settings" on page 121 "Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the name" on page 122 123 Folders and Dialogues Folders and Dialogues talk&surf is divided into three main areas where you
can configure and manage the interaction of your telecommunication devices: u In the Directories folder, you can create a central directory on the PC so that
you can synchronise the directories in your handsets. Detailed description "Directories" on page 125 Instructions "Managing directories" on page 106 u Use
the Calls list folder to manage all the outgoing and incoming calls via your base station. Detailed description "CLM" on page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on
page 88 u Use the Configuration folder to configure all the features offered by your base sta- tion as the central interface between your ISDN line and the
connected end devices.
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Detailed description "Configuration" on page 138 "Configuring the base station" on page 43 Further information "Overview of the menu commands" on
page 164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 124 Folders and Dialogues Directories Use the Directories folder to edit and manage the directories in your
handsets. Detailed description "The working area in the directory folder" on page 125 "Central directory" on page 127 "Mapping of a handset directory" on
page 128 "Transferring data to and from handsets" on page 129 "Copying individual directory entries" on page 130 "Recommended editing sequence" on
page 131 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Managing directories" on page 106 The working area in the directory folder The
working area of the Directories folder is divided into different sections: The All section The All section maps all the directories that can be configured with
talk&surf. All section Tab PC The PC tab contains the central directory (PC directory) that is stored on the PC. With the Create entry, Edit entry and Delete
entry buttons you start the editing steps for maintaining and updating the central directory and its entries. Use the Import button to launch a wizard that will
guide you through the importing of directory entries from a file stored on your PC. All section Tab Handsets The Handsets tab in the All section is an exact
copy of the Handsets All handsets section.
Each change in a directory in the Handsets section is applied at the same time in the Handsets section. The Handsets tab is used solely for transferring
directory entries between two handsets. You cannot edit directory entries here. 125 Folders and Dialogues The Handsets section The Handsets maps the
directories of all the handsets. These can be edited on a PC and transferred to the appropriate handsets. Changes to the directory entries in the Handsets
section are not automatically sent to the handset in question. All the changes are initially saved only in talk&surf. You will find more information about this
topic in Chapter "Mapping of a handset directory" on page 128. ! Handsets All handsets section The Handsets All handsets maps the directories of all the
handsets that are registered with the base station. The names of the directories corresponds to the device name of the handset.
Handsets Handset directory section Use the Receive button to transfer a handset directory to talk&surf. The mapping of the directory stored in the handset is
displayed in the section Handsets All handsets. Any existing mapping will be overwritten. Use the Send button to transfer the mapping of a handset directory
to from talk&surf to a handset. Any directory stored in the handset will be overwritten.
Handsets Name section Use the Edit button to open the selected entry of a handset directory. You can change the entry name, e.g. so that it corresponds to
the alphabetical sorting of your call numbers in the handset. The call number can be edited only in the central directory.
Use the Delete button to remove the selected entry from a handset directory. Buttons in the centre of the working area Use the Telephone to dial the selected
number. This button is only available if the Link telephone with PC option in the folder Configuration ] System settings ] Assignments has been checked. Use
the ] and [ buttons to copy the directory entries from the left-hand (All) to the right-hand section (Handsets) or vice versa. These buttons are only available if
the selected entries in the two sections can be copied in the direction in question. Detailed description "Central directory" on page 127 "Mapping of a handset
directory" on page 128 "Transferring data to and from handsets" on page 129 "Copying individual directory entries" on page 130 "Recommended editing
sequence" on page 131 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 126
Folders and Dialogues Central directory You can create directory entries only with the handset or the central directory (PC directory).
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There are particular advantages if you create or edit entries in the central directory: u Editing directory entries is easier using a PC. It is much quicker to
enter names using the keyboard. The scroll function makes it easier to keep track of the entries and you can see at a glance which entries are missing or out of
date. u Each new or edited entry is stored centrally in talk&surf.
Instead of a time-consuming synchronisation of individual handset directories, you can transfer the latest version of your directory to any handset you want. u
The capacity of the central directory is practically unlimited. Since the central directory is stored in the PC, the capacity is limited only by the available
memory on your PC. Thus you can store a far greater number of telephone numbers in the central directory than in a handset directory. u Import functions
reduce the work involved. Existing directories can be received from a handset. Address files of other programs or the telephone database of a preceding
version of talk&surf 6.0 can be imported to your PC. All the directory entries are included in the central directory. As a rule, such entries only need to be
checked for their validity.
Detailed description "The working area in the directory folder" on page 125 "Mapping of a handset directory" on page 128 "Transferring data to and from
handsets" on page 129 "Copying individual directory entries" on page 130 "Recommended editing sequence" on page 131 Further information "Folders and
Dialogues" on page 124 "Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 127 Folders and Dialogues Mapping of a handset directory All the
handset directories you see in talk&surf are only a mapping of the actual directories stored in the handsets. The contents of this mapping generally
corresponds to the directory stored in the handset only immediately after the transfer with Receive. After the first change you make in talk&surf or the
handset, the contents will differ. All the changes you make in these mappings are of a preparatory nature only. The actual directories stored in the handsets
remain unchanged until you transfer the mapping to the handset with the Send function.
This technical background offers two key advantages: u The handset directories can be prepared on the PC and then synchronised without the functioning of
the handsets being restricted by permanent data transfer. u Any incorrect entries can be spotted and remedied before data transfer. Detailed description "The
working area in the directory folder" on page 125 "Central directory" on page 127 "Transferring data to and from handsets" on page 129 "Copying
individual directory entries" on page 130 "Recommended editing sequence" on page 131 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124
"Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 128 Folders and Dialogues Transferring data to and from handsets ! Data cannot be
transferred to or from a handset during an open connection (e.g. Internet or telephone call).
Close any such calls first. Data is transferred to or from a handset only when initiated by the Receive or Send commands. Data transfer always applies to
entire directories. The direct transfer of individual directory entries is not possible. This method ensures reliable and full updating of handset directories or
their mappings in talk&surf. During the transfer of large directory files between the PC and handsets it is possible in some cases (depending on the size of the
PC's RAM) that the system reports an error. If this happens, reboot your PC. ! Detailed description "The working area in the directory folder" on page 125
"Central directory" on page 127 "Mapping of a handset directory" on page 128 "Copying individual directory entries" on page 130 "Recommended editing
sequence" on page 131 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 129
Folders and Dialogues Copying individual directory entries You can copy individual directory entries, and also entire directories, easily using talk&surf.
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The following options are available: Selected source Central directory entry Handset directory entry Central directory Handset directory Selected target
Handset directory All handsets Central directory Handset directory All handsets Handset directory All handsets Handset directory All handsets Button ] ] ]
[/] ] ] ] [/] ] Copying is started with the buttons [ or ]. Copying is always from the All and Handsets sections.
The copy direction depends on the entries selected. Detailed description "The working area in the directory folder" on page 125 "Central directory" on page
127 "Mapping of a handset directory" on page 128 "Transferring data to and from handsets" on page 129 "Recommended editing sequence" on page 131
Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 "Copying directory entries" on
page 113 130 Folders and Dialogues Recommended editing sequence 1. Enter your telephone numbers with the names in the central directory: Create new
numbers directly on the PC. You can either transfer existing directories from a handset or import them from a file stored on your PC. 2. Check the entries in
the central directory for their correctness and validity. 3. Copy the directory entries you want or the entire central directory to a handset mapping. Bear in
mind the limited storage capacity of a handset directory. 4.
Make any adjustments to the names of the copied entries. 5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 for the other handset directories if the handsets are to have different
directories. or Copy the directory of the first handset to the mappings of other handsets if they are to have the same directories. 6.
Send the mappings to the corresponding handsets so that the updated directories are ready to be used. 7. From now on, enter new or modified entries only in
the central directory to simplify the workload for managing your directories. 8. Repeat steps 2 7 at regular intervals so that your directories are always up to
date.
Detailed description "The working area in the directory folder" on page 125 "Central directory" on page 127 "Mapping of a handset directory" on page 128
"Transferring data to and from handsets" on page 129 "Copying individual directory entries" on page 130 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on
page 124 "Directories" on page 125 "Managing directories" on page 106 131 Folders and Dialogues CLM Use the Calls list folder to edit and manage all the
outgoing and incoming calls via your base station. Detailed description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 "Using the Calls list" on page 133
"Saving Calls list entries" on page 134 "Rows and columns in the Calls list" on page 135 "Calls list editor functions" on page 137 Further information
"Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 Calls list entry and Calls list filter Your base station logs all the incoming and
outgoing calls in a Calls list. For each call a Calls list entry is created showing the date and time of the call, its duration and the other number. To
differentiate the direction and success of the call, the Calls list entries are marked with a Calls list filter. Your base station distinguished between three Calls
list filters: Call list filters Accepted calls Outgoing calls missed calls Type of call Incoming calls answered from one of your devices. Outgoing calls made
from one of your devices. Incoming calls not answered. Detailed description "Using the Calls list" on page 133 "Saving Calls list entries" on page 134 "Rows
and columns in the Calls list" on page 135 "Calls list editor functions" on page 137 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "CLM" on
page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 132 Folders and Dialogues Using the Calls list Use talk&surf for regular and simple evaluation of the Calls list.
With the Calls list you can reduce the time taken for research such as the following. Comprehensive sorting functions and the grouping bar provide useful
support: u Compare the detailed bills from your network provider showing all the calls with your Calls list entries to check for any irregularities in your
telephone bill.
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! Bear in mind that the contents of your Calls list cannot necessarily be used as evidence because the Calls list entries can be changed with the Calls list
editor. u Use the Outgoing calls filter to trace particularly frequent or long calls. u Use the Missed calls filter to keep track of the calls you were unable to
take. u Copy the numbers from Calls list entries to your central directory. Detailed description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 "Saving
Calls list entries" on page 134 "Rows and columns in the Calls list" on page 135 "Calls list editor functions" on page 137 Further information "Folders and
Dialogues" on page 124 "CLM" on page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 133 Folders and Dialogues Saving Calls list entries Your base station can
save on average about 200 Calls list entries. The base station's actual memory space depends on the size of the individual Calls list entries. For example, the
size is influenced by the length of the stored numbers. Once the maximum number of storable Calls list entries is reached, the oldest entry is overwritten when
a new call is made. ! Calls list entries overwritten in the base station cannot be restored. If you want to avoid losing Calls list entries, you should start
talk&surf at regular intervals: u When it is started, talk&surf reads in the current entries and settings of the base station.
This copies the Calls list entries to your PC and saves them in talk&surf. u You can then use talk&surf to edit and manage these entries in the Calls list folder.
With talk&surf you can print out Calls list entries or export them in a different file format. Printing the Calls list Use the Print preview menu command to
open a window where you can check the quality of the print out on the screen and make any adjustments before actually printing the list. Use the Print menu
command to start printing the current Calls list.
You can print out the entire Calls list or select a Calls list filter for the print out. Exporting the Calls list Use the Export menu command to store the current
Calls list or a Calls list filter on your PC for processing in a different program. You can choose from file formats CSV, DIF, PRN, XLS, TXT, or HTML.
Detailed description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 "Using the Calls list" on page 133 "Rows and columns in the Calls list" on page 135
"Calls list editor functions" on page 137 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "CLM" on page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88
134 Folders and Dialogues Rows and columns in the Calls list The Calls list folder contains all the Calls list entries that have been sent by the base station to
talk&surf. The contents of the Calls list entries are shown in a multi-column list.
Each row in the Calls list contains a complete Calls list entry. If you click on a column header, the rows will be sorted on the contents of that column. Use the
Column selection dialogue box to customize the number and order of the visible columns. Use the Grouping bar to summarise the Calls list entries in groups
based on the entries of individual columns. Contents of the Calls list entries Column Direction Status Device name By (Name) By (Number) To (Name) To
(Number) Date Length Description Type of connection This column is only displayed if no Calls list filter has been set. Status of the Calls list entry (read / not
read) Name of the internal device used for the call Name of the person making the call (If the number is not in the central directory, a question mark appears
instead.) Number of the person making the call (If no number was identified, a minus sign appears instead.) Name of the person called (If the number is not in
the central directory, a question mark appears instead.) Number of the person called (If no number was identified, a minus sign appears instead.) Date and
time of the call Length of the call i GSM call via Bluetooth mobile For calls made via the Bluetooth connection to a mobile phone are also included in the
Calls list: u GSM is entered in the columns To (Name) and From (Name).
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u The Bluetooth connection name of the mobile phone is entered in the columns To (Number) and From (Number). 135 Folders and Dialogues Detailed
description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 "Using the Calls list" on page 133 "Saving Calls list entries" on page 134 "Calls list editor
functions" on page 137 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "CLM" on page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 136 Folders and
Dialogues Calls list editor functions You can edit a Calls list entry by double-clicking on the entry. The Calls list editors works in much the same way as
Windows-standard text editors. Calls list editor menu commands Icon Menu Save ] file Edit ] Cut Edit ] Copy Edit ] Insert File ] Delete View ] Previous
element View ] Next element Action ] Call Help Help Description Saves the changes to the current Calls list entry. Removes the highlighted text from the
Calls list entry and copies it to the Windows clipboard. Copies the highlighted text to the Windows clipboard. Inserts the contents of the Windows clipboard at
the cursor position. Removes the current entry from the Calls list. The Calls list editor shows the previous entry. Opens the entry in the Calls list before the
current entry.
Opens the entry in the Calls list after the current entry. Dials the telephone number in the current entry. Opens the online help for the current topic. i Use the
arrow buttons to scroll to the previous or next element. Scrolling before the first or after the last Calls list entry will close the Calls list editor.
Detailed description "Calls list entry and Calls list filter" on page 132 "Using the Calls list" on page 133 "Saving Calls list entries" on page 134 "Rows and
columns in the Calls list" on page 135 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "CLM" on page 132 "Managing Calls lists" on page 88 137
Folders and Dialogues Configuration Use the Configuration folder to configure all the features offered by your base station as the central interface between
your ISDN line and the connected end devices. Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on page 140 "Device
settings" on page 142 "MSN settings" on page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering
Machine" on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161
"Costs" on page 162 Further information "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Configuring the base station" on page 43 138 Folders and Dialogues
Dialogues in the Configuration folder The Configuration folder in the Folder List contains the following dialogues for configuring the various features offered
by your base station: Dialogue register Description Registering wireless or Bluetooth devices with the base station Device settings Configuring registered
devices MSN settings Entering available MSNs in the base station ISDN settings Using features of the ISDN line Presetting dialling parameters and numbers
Dial settings (e.g. emergency calls, room monitor, SMS service centres) Changing base station system settings (e.g.
date, time, Base settings PIN, Music on hold, Assignments). Configuring the base station integrated answering Local Answering Machine machine (only
available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn) External call forwarding Redirecting MSN to external 'call to' number Internal call forwarding
Configuring redirect cycles for internal devices Night service Setting up time-controlled call forwarding Door Operating door intercom via an internal device
Costs Monitoring and logging call charges The changes you can make to each setting are held in tabs that are shown in the working area when you select a
dialogue. Detailed description "Register" on page 140 "Device settings" on page 142 "MSN settings" on page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial
settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call
forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on page 162 Further information "Configuration" on page 138 "Folders
and Dialogues" on page 124 "Configuring the base station" on page 43 139 Folders and Dialogues Register You can operate various wireless devices from
your base station: u You can register up to 8 wireless telephones (handsets) directly with the base station.
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u You can register up to 8 PCs with the base station via a Gigaset USB Adapter DECT. i Please bear in mind that you can operate no more than 8 wireless
devices (e. g. 4 handsets and 4 PCs) with your base station at any one time. u You can register up to 5 Bluetooth devices (1 mobile telephone, 3 PCs or PDAs
and 1 headset) with the base station via Bluetooth. (Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.) Before you can register a wireless or Bluetooth device, you have
to activate the base station's registration mode.
Depending on the base station you have, registration mode is shown by a flashing LED or an acoustic signal. You have to carry out registration with the
device you want to register. You will find a detailed description of the registration procedure in the operating instructions of the device you want to register.
When registering Bluetooth devices, please bear in mind that talk&surf supports the following Bluetooth profiles: u Headset profile u Serial Port profile u
Dial Up Network profile u Handsfree profile (to a certain extent) i You can activate the base station's readiness for registration in the register dialogue. You
will have to click on one of the following buttons depending on the type of device to be registered: Button register GSM telephone Bluetooth PC/PDA
Bluetooth headset Device Wireless device (DECT) Bluetooth mobile telephone Bluetooth PC (Adapter) or Bluetooth PDA Bluetooth headset The buttons for
registering Bluetooth devices are only available for the Gigaset SX3x3isdn. A registered Bluetooth mobile telephone is entered in the MSN list of the MSN
Settings tab as GSM. An internal device can use GSM as the Send or Receive MSN. You will find more information about this topic in Chapter "Assigning a
Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23. i 140 Folders and Dialogues Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on
page 139 "Device settings" on page 142 "MSN settings" on page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153
"Local Answering Machine" on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door"
on page 161 "Costs" on page 162 Further information "Configuration" on page 138 "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 Instructions "Registering a
wireless device" on page 44 "Registering a Bluetooth device" on page 46 141 Folders and Dialogues Device settings Use the Device settings dialogue to
configure all the devices registered with the base station. The Device settings and Bluetooth devices tabs show all the registered devices with their current
settings in a device list.
Below the device list you will see the changeable settings of the currently highlighted device. The Bluetooth devices is only available for the Gigaset
SX3x3isdn. Device settings tab For each registered device, the device list shows the internal number (Int), the device name, the Type, the Device type and the
Authorisation. The internal number and the Type are set when the device is registered and cannot be changed in talk&surf. Internal number The internal
number is used by the base station to uniquely identify a device.
You can choose the internal number of your wireless devices during the registration procedure. If you want to change a device's internal number you will
have to reregister it. Depending on the type, the following number blocks are reserved in the base station for assigning internal numbers: Internal number 10
11 18 20 21 40 41 48 50 52 91 93 99 Type Comfort telephone (base station) Handset Analogue connection to the base station PC on USB connection PC
with wireless connection (e.g. Gigaset USB Adapter DECT) PC or PDA via Bluetooth (Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.
) Integrated answering machine (Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn.) External destination number for room monitor calls Device
name During registration with the base station, each device is assigned a device name that you can change as you wish.
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For example, you could enter the device's position or the name of the main user as the device name. The maximum length of the device name is 16 characters.
i With mobile telephones, you can only use characters available in the handset's internal character set. talk&surf blocks entry of other characters so as to
avoid incomprehensible displays on the handset. 142 Folders and Dialogues Device type The specification of the device type is only necessary for GAP
devices and devices on an analogue connection. The connection settings for the base station are adapted to the device type of the device in question. The
following device types are available: Device type Phone Fax Modem Local Answering Machine Neutral Door 1 Door 2 External music on hold no function
Connected device (examples) Telephone Fax machine Modem connection PC (internal or external) Answering machine Multifunctional machine (telephone /
fax / answering machine) Door intercom as per FTZ 123, door opener via closedcircuit current Door intercom with operation via DTMF control codes Hi-Fi
system, MP3 player Connection deactivated Authorisation Use Authorisation to define which connections can be received or called by a device. The following
authorisations are available: Authorisation Unrestricted Incoming only Connection type Receive Call Call Network Internal and external call numbers
Internal and external call numbers Internal numbers, externally only emergency numbers Internal numbers only Internal numbers, externally only emergency
numbers Internal only Call Send MSN The Send MSN is the MSN with which a device sets up a connection.
This MSN is displayed to external participants if the Withhold no. option in the ISDN Settings dialogue has not been activated. You can assign several devices
the same MSN as the Send MSN. For each device, however, only one Send MSN can be preset at any one time. The Send MSN selection after seizure option
allows you to decide that the Send MSN for certain devices has to be chosen before the connection is set up. 143 Folders and Dialogues Receive MSN Receive
MSN shows all the base station's available MSNs. Use the On column to activate all the MSNs you want to assign a device as Receive MSN. With the
appropriate authorisation the selected device can receive all the calls arriving for one of these MSNs. Ring delay You can also set a ring delay for each
Receive MSN of a device. Using ring delay, for example, you can choose whether the device should immediately respond to an incoming call and for which
MSNs it should act only as an extension.
The length of the ring delay is configured by the number of rings: Number of rings Ring delay (seconds) 0 none 1 5 2 10 3 15 9 45 Call waiting If this option
has been activated, you will be informed during a telephone call if somebody else calls a Receive MSN for your device. The base station will send a call
waiting tone while the caller continues ringing. Depending on your device's features, you can accept, reject or ignore the second call. Autom. Set If this option
has been activated, the outside line will be reserved as soon as you pick up the receiver or press the device's call key.
Otherwise you will obtain the outside line only after you have entered the first digit of the telephone number. This option is only available for GAP devices
and devices on the analogue connections (only for device types Phone, Fax, Modem or Neutral). Hunt group With this feature you can call all the devices
forming the internal call all group. The call goes to the first device that reacts to the group call. Send MSN selection after seizure Every time you get an
outside line with the Gigaset 4000/3000/2000 Comfort devices you can choose the Send MSN for the next external call.
De-register Use the De-register button to deregister a device from the base station and remove it from the device list. All the settings for this device are lost.
144 Folders and Dialogues Bluetooth device stab Only available for Gigaset SX3x3isdn.
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For each registered device, the Bluetooth device list shows the internal number (Int), the device name and the device type. These settings are made when the
Bluetooth device is registered and cannot be changed in talk&surf. Send MSN The Send MSN is the MSN with which a device sets up a connection. This MSN
is displayed to external participants if the Withhold no. option in the ISDN Settings dialogue has not been activated. With Bluetooth devices, a Send MSN can
only be assigned for PCs, PDAs and a mobile telephone. De-register Use the De-register button to deregister a device from the base station and remove it
from the device list.
All the settings for this device are lost. Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on page 140 "MSN settings" on
page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 "External call
forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on page 162 Further information
"Configuration" on page 138 "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 Instructions "Configuring registered devices" on page 50 "Deregistering a wireless
device" on page 45 "Configuring Bluetooth devices" on page 52 "Deregistering a Bluetooth device" on page 50 145 Folders and Dialogues MSN settings
Multiple subscriber numbers (MSNs) are your own telephone numbers assigned to you by your network provider when your ISDN line was set up. Your base
station can administer up to 10 MSNs. You have to enter these MSNs in the MSN Settings dialogue before you can configure your devices. The MSN Settings
tab of the MSN list shows for each registered MSN the telephone number, the MSN name and the assigned ringer melody. All you need to activate an MSN is
the telephone number. The MSNs are consecutively numbered in the MSN list. The properties you can change for each MSN are shown beneath the MSN list.
GSM A registered Bluetooth mobile telephone is entered in the first line of the MSN list as GSM. You cannot delete this entry nor can you assign a telephone
number for this entry.
An internal device can use GSM as the Send or Receive MSN and so interact with the mobile telephone. You will find more information about this topic in
Chapter "Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device" on page 23. In the factory setting, the MSN list is empty. Nevertheless you can still
make and receive calls via your base station: All the available MSNs of the ISDN line are evaluated as Receive MSN. The base station uses as Send MSN that
MSN which has been preset on the ISDN line as MSN1 or specified by your network provider as the reference MSN.
i Call number In the Telephone number field enter your MSN without the local dialling code. The maximum length of the telephone number is 20 digits. i You
can also connect your base station to an internal PABX In this case you have to enter as MSN the internal number with which the base station is registered
with the PABX. MSN name The MSN name is merely for easier identification of an MSN and has no influence on the functioning of your base station. For
example, you could enter as the MSN name a device name or the name of the main user.
The maximum length of the MSN name is 16 characters. Ringer melody Each MSN can be assigned its own ringer melody so you can tell by the sound which
MSN is being called. You can choose from 10 different ringer melodies. During initial set-up a free ringer melody is assigned. 146 Folders and Dialogues
Delete Use the Delete button to deregister the selected MSN from the base station and remove it from the MSN list. i If you have configured call forwarding
for this MSN, you will have to deactivate it before deleting the MSN. Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on
page 140 "Device settings" on page 142 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering Machine"
on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on
page 162 Further information "Configuration" on page 138 "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 Instructions "Entering multiple subscriber numbers
(MSN)" on page 53 "Deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN)" on page 54 147 Folders and Dialogues ISDN settings Use the ISDN settings dialogue to
define which ISDN features you want to use with your base station.
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Reject all If you have assigned several devices the same Receive MSN, you should activate the Reject all option. Example: Three telephones use an MSN as a
shared Receive MSN. With an incoming call to this MSN all three telephones will ring.
If you do not want to take the call, you can reject it on one of the three telephones. Normally the other two telephones will continue to ring. The call would
have to be rejected on them as well. If Reject all has been activated, rejecting the call on one of the telephones will be enough. The call will then be rejected
by the other telephones at the same time. MSN busy (busy-on-busy) If this option is activated, only one connection can be set up for each Receive MSN. A
second call to the same Receive MSN will be rejected by the base station if a call is already in progress. The caller will hear the busy tone. Withhold no. If this
option is activated, the Send MSN is suppressed for all connected devices.
The person called will not see who is calling. This performance feature must be requested from the network provider. Transfer (ECT) With the Transfer (ECT)
option you can use the enquiry call function of your ISDN line for Explicit Call Transfer. This feature is only available if your base station is used behind a
PABX that can hold enquiry call connections. Once this option has been activated, you can take a second call in the middle of a first call.
This first call is held in your PABX during the enquiry call. You can then connect the two callers via the PABX. This cuts your connection to the two callers.
call bumping (incoming call despite channel bundling) If you use channel bundling for transferring data, both B-channels of your ISDN line will be blocked.
No more connections can be opened.
Callers will hear the busy tone. Once this option has been activated, an incoming external call will terminate channel bundling. The bandwidth for data
transfer is reduced to one B-channel. The incoming call is directed via the second B-channel. After the call is finished, channel bundling is not restored
automatically. However, you can activate the second B-channel manually. You will also be using both B-channels for data transfer if you are surfing the
Internet with two PCs at the same time and open two separate dialup connections. In such cases, one of the two dial-up connections will be cut immediately if
the call bumping (incoming call despite channel bundling) option has been activated. i 148 Folders and Dialogues Do not activate the call bumping (incoming
call despite channel bundling) option if you are running software on your PC that supports dynamic channel bundling. This could cause the PC to crash.
! Call Redirect (CD) You can preset any external or internal number as Call deflection. You will then be offered this telephone number when you want to
redirect a call to a different participant. The maximum length of this number is 32 digits. This performance feature must be requested from your network
provider. Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on page 140 "Device settings" on page 142 "MSN settings" on
page 146 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal
call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on page 162 Further information "Configuration" on page 138
"Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 "Setting up channel bundling" on page 33 Instructions "Configuring ISDN features" on page 54 149 Folders and
Dialogues Dial settings The Dial settings has four tabs in which you can configure various dialling parameters, emergency numbers, SMS service centres and
the room monitor function. Dial parameters Use the Dial parameters tab to set access codes for external and internal calls. These access codes are country
specific and may need to be changed. The access codes of incoming calls are not transmitted; talk&surf adds the access codes entered here to each incoming
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This means that these calls are stored properly (e. g.
directory, Calls list etc.) for calling back without having to make any further changes. ACN International International access code with up to 4 digits for
making calls abroad. The international access code 00 is preset. Country code International access code with up to 2 digits for the correct assignment of
connections in international mobile telephone networks (GSM).
ACN National International access code with up to 4 digits for making calls to other national area networks. The access code 0 is preset. Access code Access
code with up to 4 digits to get an outside line for all outgoing calls. Entering an access code may be necessary if you connect your base station to a PABX.
Dialling features In the Dialling features tab you can define how key entries are to be interpreted during a call.
Dialling feature Description Only the digits 0 9 are permitted for entering a telephone number. Once the connection is made, every other character,
including * and #, is sent as a tone dial. These control codes are used for example for operating an external answering machine. You have to select this
setting if you are operating the base station behind a PABX otherwise you will not have full access to the PABX's system functions. If you enter * or # the next
characters will be sent to the PABX as keypad information. The success of the control signals sent is shown by an acknowledgement tone from the PABX. The
* and # characters can be dialled as part of the telephone number. This allows you to set up connections to the PABX's internal network for example. Once
the connection is made, every other character, including * and #, is sent as a tone dial. These control codes are used for example for operating an external
answering machine.
Normal dialling Autom. Keypad Dialling * and # 150 Folders and Dialogues Emergency numbers The Emergency numbers tab lists the telephone numbers
registered as emergency numbers with the base station. You can dial these numbers even with terminals that you have assigned the receive only or internal
only authorisation. Configurable numbers Here you can enter up to 5 external telephone numbers that you need for emergency situations. The maximum
length of the telephone number is 32 digits. Fixed numbers Here you can see the emergency numbers valid for your local network. These emergency numbers
have been transferred by your network provider and cannot be changed. External room monitor If you want to use a handset as a room monitor, you have to
activate the base station's room monitor function by entering an external destination number. The maximum length of the external destination number is 32
digits. The room monitor function is registered with your base station with the internal number 99.
You have to enter this internal number in your handset as the destination number. Once the room monitor alarm has been triggered, the handset opens an
internal line to the base station which is redirected to the external destination number. SMS Use the SMS service centres tab to configure the short message
service (SMS) function of your base station. You can define whether text messages can be sent or only received via your base station. The sending and
receiving of text messages is organised by SMS service centres.
You have to register the telephone number of such an SMS service centre with your base station before you can send or receive text messages via this SMS
service centre. You can enter up to 10 telephone numbers in the SMS service centres tab for your preferred SMS service centres from which you want to be
able to receive text messages. If your base station also permits the sending of text messages, you have to select one of these telephone numbers as the active
send centre. All the text messages you send from one of your internal devices will be relayed by the base station to the active send centre. 151 Folders and
Dialogues Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on page 140 "Device settings" on page 142 "MSN settings"
on page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Base settings" on page 153 "Local Answering Machine" on page 156 "External call forwarding" on page 159
"Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on page 162 Further information "Configuration" on page
138 "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 Instructions "Setting dialling parameters" on page 55 "Entering emergency numbers" on page 56 "Using the room
monitor function" on page 57 "Configuring short message service (SMS)" on page 58 152 Folders and Dialogues Base settings Date/time The Date/time tab
shows the current time settings of the PC and base station.
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Click on the arrow button to copy the PC time settings to the base station. i You cannot enter the data and time directly in talk&surf. If you need to adjust the
time setting manually, you can temporarily change the PC's system time. Then restore the system time on the PC after pressing the arrow button in the
Date/time tab. After every outgoing call that incurs a charge, the date and time will also be automatically updated in so far as this service is offered by your
network provider. Assignments Up to two telephone connections can be set up at the same time via the two B-channels of the ISDN line. The external call
forwarding and enquiry call each require both B-channels when these connections are activated in the base station: u If only one channel is free, neither the
call forward nor the enquiry call connection can be opened. u If one of these two features has been activated, no further incoming calls can be accepted. You
can avoid this problem by having such connections opened via your network provider and not in your base station. Please bear in mind that this may incur
extra call charges.
Preferred redirection location On the network The base station sends your network provider the destination number for each call forward. This will leave
both B-channels of your ISDN line free when a call is forwarded. You can activate several call forward numbers at the same time. Preferred holding for
enquiry calls On the network The base station sends the first external call back to the network provider. The connection is held there. The second external
call (enquiry call) is made using the same B-channel. The second B-channel is left free. Automatic call pickup by AM Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn
and Gigaset SX353isdn. If a call is being recorded by the answering machine, you can pick up the call on an internal terminal with the same Receive MSN. By
pressing the call key you can take over the call from the answering machine and stop the recording.
Linking the telephone with the PC The Call menu command is only available in the Calls list and Directories folders if you assign the PC one of your
telephones to be used to set up the connection. After you enter the telephone number on the PC, the selected terminal will ring briefly and the connection set
up once you press the call key. i The Gigaset 4000C handset switches directly into handsfree mode once you have entered the telephone number on the PC.
You do not have to press the call key. 153 Folders and Dialogues Remote Answering Machine Only available for base stations without an integrated
answering machine (e.
g. Gigaset SX205isdn or Gigaset SX303isdn). Use the Remote Answering Machine field to enter the telephone number of an external answering machine at
your network provider's telephone exchange. You can then set up the remote play call directly via your base station. Factory settings Use the options in the
Factory Settings tab to select and delete the log lists stored in your base station.
Log list All Cost lists All Calls lists: All SMS lists All ans.mach. messages Description List of the incurred call charges per MSN /per device. All call list
entries All the stored text messages All messages on the integrated answering machine ! You cannot undo the delete operation for log lists. You can also reset
the base station configuration to the factory setting. You should use this function only if you want to configure your base station anew or remedy a problem. !
You cannot undo the reset to factory settings operation. All the log lists and personal settings will be lost. The handsets are still registered. Security Use the
Security tab to enter a personal identification number (PIN) to protect your base station against unauthorised access.
When supplied, the PIN is preconfigured to 0000. PIN protection will be effective once you set a PIN that is not 0000. The PIN can be between 1 8 digits
long. Only the digits 0 9 are permitted. Each digit you enter is shown as *. Once PIN protection has been activated, you will be prompted to enter this PIN
every time you open configuration.
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Use the Save PIN option to deactivate PIN protection for the current configuration session. You will not be prompted for the PIN again until you close and
reopen configuration. Resetting the system PIN To permanently deactivate PIN protection, reset the system PIN to the factory setting 0000. To do this, enter
0000 in the Change PIN dialogue as New PIN and confirm it by entering it again.
i 154 Folders and Dialogues Music on hold If the Preferred holding for enquiry calls has been set for the base station and not the network, you can have a
waiting melody play for the parked caller. You can deactivate this option or use the base station's internal melody play. You can also add a wait melody from
an external device with an analogue connection. This analogue connection must be configured in the Device Settings dialogue as external wait melody. i Ask
your retailer for adapters for this.
Please comply with any copyright regulations. Detailed description "Dialogues in the Configuration folder" on page 139 "Register" on page 140 "Device
settings" on page 142 "MSN settings" on page 146 "ISDN settings" on page 148 "Dial settings" on page 150 "Local Answering Machine" on page 156
"External call forwarding" on page 159 "Internal call forwarding" on page 160 "Night service" on page 160 "Door" on page 161 "Costs" on page 162
Further information "Configuration" on page 138 "Folders and Dialogues" on page 124 Instructions "Configuring the date and time" on page 59
"Configuring preferred redirection location" on page 60 "Assigning a device for PC dialling" on page 63 "Deleting log lists" on page 65 "Restoring factory
settings" on page 66 "Changing the system PIN" on page 67 "Activating the waiting melody" on page 68 155 Folders and Dialogues Local Answering
Machine Only available for Gigaset SX255isdn and Gigaset SX353isdn. The Answering machine dialogue is only displayed if your base station has one or
more answering machines. If your base station has several answering machines you can set them up differently. This assumes that the internal answering
machines have been switched on at the base station.
Please bear in mind that the internal answering machines cannot answer incoming calls at the same time. The standard message for your answering machine
has been preset in up to three language variants for the country in which your base station is sold. With the phrase download tool you can select a different
language variant if you need on. You will find a more detailed description of the phrase download tool in Chapter "Replacing the answering machine pre-
recorded announcements" on page 27. i You can of course record your own message using a comfort telephone or handset. Further information is available
in the telephone's operating instructions. All day Use the All-day dialogue to select the answering machine you want to set up and to define whether it is to
remain switched off, active all day or via time control. If you activate time control, you will have to configure it in the Time control tab. In the lower section of
the tab, choose which announcement is to be used for the selected answering machine. Time control Use the Time control dialogue to define how an
answering machine is to respond.
This assumes that time control has been selected for the answering machine in the All-day tab. You can define a separate start time for each announcement.
For example, you can give people who call during business hours the opportunity to leave a message, whereas out of business hours they hear the announce
only message. Time control Mon-Fri: Enter the start times for when your answering machine is to switch the active announcement text. You can define up to 4
periods during the course of a day during which the answering machine can have different settings. You can choose from Announcement 1, Announcement 2,
Announce only text or off. Time control Sat/Sun: For Saturday or Sunday you can either have the same settings for week days or switch the answering
machine off for that day.
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In addition you can use all-day mode with Announcement 1, Announcement 2 or the Announce only text. 156 Folders and Dialogues General Use the General
dialogue to define the basic settings for the selected answering machine. Recording calls Quality: You can choose between high quality and long recording.
Long recording gives you a total recording time of about 30 minutes, high quality reduces the recording time to about 12 minutes. Message length: You can
choose whether a caller can leave a 1- minute, 2- minute or 3- minute message. With the Maximum option you leave the entire memory free for recording a
message. Recording ends when the caller hangs up or the answering machine runs out of memory. Time stamp: Choose whether you want the date and time of
the message to be announced when you play it.
Automatic pause: Choose this function if you want the answering machine to switch to pause mode automatically after playing back a message. If no other
action occurs within 60 seconds, the connection to the answering machine is cut. The answering machine goes back to idle status. Playback speed: Select the
playback speed for listening to the recorded messages. Number of ringer tones: Select the number of ringer tones after which the answering machine should
record an incoming call.
If you select the auto 2/4 option, the answering machine takes a call after the fourth ringer tone. If a new message has been recorded, the reaction time is cut
to two ringer tones. This option enables you to avoid unnecessary connection charges with remote access: Cancel the remote access call as soon as you hear
the third ringer tone, because your answering machine would have responded after the second one if it had recorded any messages. Remote access Internal
access With this option activated, you have to enter the answering machine PIN before you can switch it on/off or change its settings. This option is only
available, if the answering machine PIN has been changed from the 0000 factory setting to a value that is not 0000. External access Remote operation on:
The answering machine can be operated remotely via the telephone. Remote delete on: Recorded messages can be deleted during remote access. ! Change the
answering machine PIN before allowing remote access. Automatic listen in Activate this function if you want to listen to messages on a handset while they are
being recorded. You can select a separate handset for each answering machine.
This assumes that the handsets have the auto answer and handsfree functions. 157 Folders and Dialogues Changing the answering machine PIN The
answering machine PIN provides protection against unauthorised remote operation of the answering machine. Change the answering machine PIN from the
factory setting 0000 to a value other than 0000. The PIN can be between 1 8 digits long. Resetting the answering machine PIN To permanently deactivate
PIN protection, reset the answering machine PIN to the factory setting 0000. To do this, enter 0000 in the Change PIN dialog as New PIN and confirm it by
entering it again. i Instructions "Activating the answering machine" on page 69 158 Folders and Dialogues External call forwarding You can define call
forwarding for each incoming MSN individually in the External call forwarding dialogue. i If external call forwarding has been set up for an MSN, you cannot
set up Night service external call for that MSN. External call forwarding You can enter up to three call forwarding modes for each MSN in the External call
forwarding tab: u The immediate call forwarding is activated as soon as an external call is received. u The call forward when busy is only activated if the
Receive MSN is busy.
u The call forward after no answer is activated after a short wait unless a different terminal takes the external call. You can enter numbers with up to 32 digits
as the destination number. Bear in mind that the immediate call forward has priority over the other two because it reacts to every incoming call without
checking other conditions.
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The call forward when busy and after no answer can both be active for an MSN at the same time, because the conditions for activating call forwarding differ.
If you have entered your base station as preferred redirection location in the System Settings ] Assignments dialogue, the following restrictions apply: u Only
one external call forward can be activated at any one time.
This applies even if you set up call forwarding for several Receive MSNs. u The call forward when busy option is not available because the base station can
only redirect a call when both B-channels are free. Automatic call forwarding Automatic call forwarding ensures that incoming calls are not lost if you are
out of the base station's range with your handset. Automatic call forwarding only works if the Receive MSN is assigned to only one handset. After activation,
an incoming call for that handset is automatically redirected to the external destination number if the handset called is out of the DECT range.
If you activate automatic call forwarding, select the MSN and enter a destination telephone number with up to 32 digits. Instructions "Configuring external
call forwarding" on page 78 "Configuring automatic call forwarding" on page 81 159 Folders and Dialogues Internal call forwarding Use the Internal call
forwarding tab to define the order in which an incoming call is forwarded internally. The upper section of the tab shows you a list of the registered devices
and the internal call forwarding set. You can activate an internal call forwarding in the lower section. Select a participant from the list as the destination.
Calls cannot be forwarded to devices of the type door intercom, external wait melody and no function. Rings Use the number of rings to define the number of
seconds before the incoming call is forwarded to the next device: Rings Length (seconds) 0 none 1 5 2 10 3 15 9 45 i The caller will not see the internal call
forwarding. Therefore you should set the ring delay as low as possible if you want to involve several internal devices. You will find the Instructions for this
topic in Chapter "Configuring internal call forwarding" on page 82. Night service i If external call forwarding has been set up for an MSN, you cannot set up
Night service external call for that MSN.
You can use Night service, for example, so that calls after business hours are redirected to your private number. This assumes that no external call forwarding
has been set for the device in question. The upper section of the tab shows you a list of the registered devices and the call forwarding set. In the lower section,
you can make the settings for the Night service. You activate Night service for a selected device and then set the times. Night service destination number: The
call can be forwarded to an internal or external device. For internal call forwarding, select a device name, for external forwarding enter a telephone number
with up to 32 digits. Then select the start and stop times for the call forwarding. Sat-Sun all-day: Select this option if the call forwarding is to remain active
for the whole weekend. The upper bar chart shows you the settings for workdays, the lower bar chart those for the weekend.
You will find the Instructions for this topic in Chapter "Configuring Night service" on page 83. 160 Folders and Dialogues Door i The settings for a door
intercom are only available if such an intercom is registered with the analogue connection of your base station. The Door intercom dialogue shows you the
settings that have been made for the intercom. You can create a door call group, define call forwarding for the intercom and the enter the type of the
intercom. The upper section of the tab shows you an overview of which intercoms are registered with the analogue connection of your base station.
The first column, Int, contains the internal number of the devices. The second column shows you the device name, and the third its type. The fourth column
contains the device type and the fifth whether the device is assigned to the door call group.
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In the lower section, you can make the settings for the selected intercom. Door call group All the devices assigned to the door call group will ring when the
intercom is called.
Door call forwarding to an external number You can only select this option if you have selected a device of device type door intercom in the device list. All the
calls of the selected door intercom are redirected to the external telephone number entered in the Destination telephone number field. For example, you can
redirect the door intercom to your mobile phone. The maximum length of the destination telephone number is 32 digits. Door type A difference is made
between two types of door openers. The type Door intercom 1 is a door opener with closed-circuit current, Door intercom 2 an opener via DTMF control. For
DTMF you have to enter the following control codes: Door opening code, group call code, connection code and disconnect code. When you first run the
program, you will see the default values. You will find the Instructions for this topic in Chapter "Configuring door intercoms" on page 84. 161 Folders and
Dialogues Costs Use the Costs dialogue to define how your telephone charges are transmitted by your network provider.
These settings will determine how the telephone charges are displayed. You can display the charges per MSN/total and the charges per device; you can export
these lists and reset the totals to zero. ! Bluetooth connection Charges incurred via Bluetooth connections using your mobile telephone are not displayed here.
First of all, decide in the Settings tab how you want the charges to be displayed. These settings will influence the contents of the lists displayed. Costs per
MSN/total The Charges per MSN/total tab displays a list of the charges or units per MSN. This means that the charges for each MSN assigned are shown
separately. This gives you a quick overview of what charges have been incurred for which number. When units are transmitted: The MSN column displays the
assigned MSNs. The second column shows you the corresponding names/numbers and the third column the units incurred.
When charges are transmitted: The MSN column displays the assigned MSNs. The second column shows you the corresponding names/numbers and the third
column the charges incurred. Exporting You can export the list regardless of the way it is displayed. Exporting with the *.csv file format produces a comma-
separated list that you can open and edit in Microsoft Excel or a text editor.
Deleting Use the Delete button to reset the incurred units or charges to zero. Costs per device The Costs per device tab displays a list of the charges or units
per device connected. This gives you a quick overview of which device incurred which charges. When units are transmitted: The first column, Int, displays the
internally assigned numbers. The second column shows you which device is connected to the internal number.
The third column displays the name of the device, and the fourth column the units incurred. When charges are transmitted: The first column, Int, displays the
internally assigned numbers. The second column shows you which device is connected to the internal number. The third column displays the name of the
device, and the fourth column the charges incurred. 162 Folders and Dialogues Exporting You can export the list regardless of the way it is displayed.
Exporting with the *.csv file format produces a comma-separated list that you can open and edit in Microsoft Excel or a text editor. Deleting Use the Delete
button to reset the incurred units or charges to zero. Settings Use the Settings tab to define how you want the lists to be displayed. Choose whether you want
the units or the charges to be transmitted by the network provider.
! i Changing the settings deletes the lists. Therefore you should export the lists before changing the settings. The charges displayed may not be identical to
those in your telephone bill. Discounts and special rates are not included. Transmission from the network provider Choose whether you want your network
provider to transmit the units or the charges.
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This setting will influence the structure of the lists in the first two tabs. Charge factor If necessary, enter a charge factor to be applied to the charges
incurred. If you have activated the Factor option, you can enter either a whole number with up to four digits or a decimal number with two decimal places. In
the currency field you can enter a currency label with up to three characters for the charge factor. Charges of the last call Activate this option if you want to
have the charges for the last call made when you pick up the receiver or press the handset call key.
You will find the Instructions for this topic in Chapter "Configuring charge logging" on page 85. 163 Overview of the menu commands Overview of the menu
commands You can access all the sections and functions in talk&surf using the menu bar. The menu command display is adjusted dynamically to the folder
selected in the folder list. You will see only the menu command that are available for that folder. Alternatively you can call the available functions via the tool
bar or via the right mouse click and pop-up menu.
Further information "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu File" on page 164 "Menu Edit" on page 165 "Menu View" on page 166 "Menu Action" on page
167 "Menu Help" on page 168 Menu File Use Menu File to open the basic functions of talk&surf: Menu command Exit New ] Entry Open ] Selected Items
Print Preview Print Description Folder List ] Closes talk&surf. All Folders (The talk&surf monitor remains active.) Opens the New entry dialogue where you
can enter a new directory entry with name and tel- Directories ephone number. Opens for each selected Calls list entry a new window where you can edit the
saved data. CLM Shows the print preview for printing a Calls list.
Prints the selected Calls list. Further information "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu Edit" on page
165 "Menu View" on page 166 "Menu Action" on page 167 "Menu Help" on page 168 164 Overview of the menu commands Menu Edit Use Menu Edit to
open the functions for editing Calls lists and directories: Menu command Description Folder List ] Edit entry Modify Handset entry Delete Handset Entry
Copy to Handset/s Copy to Address book Delete Caller Select All Delete Mark As Read Mark As Unread Opens the Edit entry dialogue where you can change
the name and telephone number of the selected entry. This menu command is only available for entries in the central directory. Opens the Edit Name dialogue
where you can change the name of the selected entry. The menu command is only available for entries in a handset directory. Removes the selected entry. The
menu command is only available for entries in a handset directory. Directories Copies the selected entry to a handset directory. This menu command is only
available for entries in a handset directory. The handset directory must be selected.
Copies the selected entry to the central directory. The menu command is only available for entries in a handset directory. The central directory must be
selected. Removes the selected entry. This menu command is only available for entries in a handset directory. Selects all the entries in the Calls list displayed.
Removes all the selected entries from the Calls list displayed. Flags all the selected entries with a sealed envelope CLM icon. Flags all the selected entries
with an open envelope icon. Further information "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu File" on page 164
"Menu View" on page 166 "Menu Action" on page 167 "Menu Help" on page 168 165 Overview of the menu commands Menu View Use Menu View to open
functions for customising the talk&surf screen for the various folders in the folder list: Menu command Go To ] Outlook Bar Folder List Toolbars Handsets
Address book Preview Pane Field Chooser Groupbar Reset view Description Folder List ] Opens a folder in the Folder List.
The options are Directories, CLM and Configuration.
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Shows the Shortcuts tab. All Folders Shows the Folder List. Shows the tool bar. The tool bar contains only those options that are available for the folder
selected in the Folder List.
Shows the handset directories in the All section. Directories Shows the central directory in the All section. Shows a detailed view of the selected entry below
the Calls list. Opens the Field Chooser dialogue where you can configure the number and sequence of the CLM columns in a Calls list. Shows the Grouping
bar for sorting the entries.
Restores the original view. Further information "Overview of the menu commands" on page 164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu File" on page 164
"Menu Edit" on page 165 "Menu Action" on page 167 "Menu Help" on page 168 166 Overview of the menu commands Menu Action Use Menu Action to open
the functions for exchanging data between PC, base station and the connected devices: Menu command Update Data Dial-Up Receive from handset Send to
handset Import Add to Phone Directory Export Apply Cancel Description Reads in the current base station settings. Dials the telephone number in the
selected entry. Folder List ] All Folders Directories, CLM Copies the directory selected in Handsets to the directory opened in All. Copies the directory open
in All to the directory selected in Handsets. Directories Opens the Wizard for importing directory dialogue for importing an address file stored on the PC to
the central directory. Opens the Add entry to phonebook dialogue. The telephone number in the selected entry can be used as a new entry in the central
directory. CLM Opens the Export dialogue where you can store the selected Calls list on your PC. The new settings will be sent to the base station.
The changed settings are rejected. The base sta- Configuration tion settings are not changed. Further information "Overview of the menu commands" on page
164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu File" on page 164 "Menu Edit" on page 165 "Menu View" on page 166 "Menu Help" on page 168 167
Overview of the menu commands Menu Help Use Menu Help to open the talk&surf help file and further information about the program: Menu command
Gigaset Help Topics Info Description Folder List ] Opens the start page of the talk&surf online help. Shows the version number of the firmware All Folders
installed in the base station. Shows the version number of talk&surf and the installed device drivers. Further information "Overview of the menu commands"
on page 164 "Operating talk&surf" on page 37 "Menu File" on page 164 "Menu Edit" on page 165 "Menu View" on page 166 "Menu Action" on page 167
168 Operating with other devices Operating with other devices Wireless Gigaset data boxes You can operate the following Gigaset data boxes on your base
station with talk&surf: u Gigaset USB Adapter DECT (requires 1 free USB port on the PC) u Gigaset M105data (requires 1 free USB port on the PC) u
Gigaset M101data (requires 1 free COM port on the PC) Notes on operation u Only one data box can set up an active connection to the base station at a time.
If you want to access the base station from a second data box on a different PC, you will have to deactivate the wireless mode with the connection wizard. u In
wireless mode with the Gigaset data boxes, the channel bundling and loopback test are not available. These functions can only be used with a USB direct
connection. u Before you can use the registration wizard for the data box or update the data box firmware, you have to deactivate wireless mode with the
connection wizard.
u If the Gigaset data box is not found automatically, check and if necessary correct the settings of the virtual COM port. Wireless devices from other
manufacturers You can register and operate various wireless devices from your base station: If you have devices from a different manufacturer that you want
to register with the base station, please note the following information. u Handsets In principle you can register any handset with your base station providing
it supports the following two standards: DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication) Standard for wireless telecommunications enabling the
exchange of voice and multi-media data between a base station and up to 8 end devices.
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GAP (Generic Access Profile) Standard enabling the combined use of DECT products from different vendors. u Bluetooth When purchasing Bluetooth
devices, please bear in mind that talk&surf supports only the following Bluetooth profiles: Headset profile Serial Port profile Dial Up Network profile
Handsfree profile (to a certain extent) 169 Glossary Glossary Access code Can be set in the base station as the access code for all outgoing calls.
This is necessary, for example, on a PABX that expects 0 or 1 for opening an outside line. ACN International (trunk prefix) Can be preset in the base station
as the access code for all calls abroad (international) or other local networks (national). Answering machine (AM) An answering machine takes calls and
records spoken messages. There are three kinds of answering machines: Base stations may be equipped with an internal answering machine function.
Analogue answering machines may be connected to a base station.
Some network provider offer an answering machine function on the public telephone network. Authorisation Internal devices can be blocked in the base
station for certain types of connection. For example, devices that are only authorised for internal calls cannot set up a connection to external telephone
numbers. Calling an emergency number is always possible. B-channel Use channel of an ISDN line with a transmission speed of 64 kbit/s. As a rule there are
two B-channels on an ISDN line. This allows two calls to be made via the public telephone network at the same time. For dial-up connections, both B-
channels can be bundled to increase the transmission speed. Block dialling You enter the complete number, and correct it if necessary. Then you pick up the
receiver or press the call key to dial the number.
Bluetooth New technology for wireless transmission of data. Bluetooth permits wireless transmission of voice and multi-media data over a range of a few
meters. The range of the connection depends on the technical features of the connected device. Unlike with infrared transmission, Bluetooth devices do not
need to be in line of sight. Call Forwarding (CF) Automatic redirecting of a call to a different telephone number. A separate call forwarding number can be
set up for each MSN. Call forwarding can be triggered in the network provider's exchange or in the base station. There are three kinds of call forwarding:
immediate (CFU, Call Forwarding Unconditional), when the line is busy (CFB, Call Forwarding Busy), and when the call is not answered (CFNR, Call
Forwarding No Reply). 170 Glossary Call Waiting (CW) Feature offered by a network provider. An acoustic signal during a call indicates that another caller
is waiting.
In addition, ISDN phones indicate this with a displayed message. You can then decide whether to accept or reject the second call. Callback when the call is
not answered If a user does not respond when called, a caller can arrange an automatic callback. As soon as the destination phone has completed a call and
is free again the caller is rung back. This service must be supported by the exchange.
The callback request is automatically cancelled after about 2 hours (depending on the network provider). Callback when the number is busy If a caller hears
the busy tone, he or she can activate the callback function. As soon as the connection is free the caller is rung back. As soon as the caller lifts his receiver the
connection is made automatically. Calls list The Calls list stores all the incoming and outgoing calls for the base station.
A Calls list filter differentiated the call types (incoming, outgoing, missed). The list stores the number called, date and time of the call and, in some cases, the
duration of the call. CAPI (Common ISDN Application Programming Interface) Vendor-independent PC device driver for ISDN connections. A CAPI driver
enables a PC to use an ISDN connection with fax and telephone software. CF (Call Forwarding) See "Call forwarding" CLIP (Calling Line Identification
Presentation) This permits transfer of your personal phone number.
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The person you are calling will see your telephone number. CLIR (Calling Line Identification Restriction) This blocks transfer of your personal phone
number. The person you are calling will not see your telephone number. Comfort handset Handset with particular features, e. g.
handsfree function. CW (Call Waiting) See "Call waiting" D DECT (Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication) Standard for wireless
telecommunications enabling the exchange of voice and multi-media data between a base station and up to 8 end devices. DECT is now accepted as a
standard in more than 70 countries. In conjunction with the GAP Standard, this allows devices from various vendors to be combined. 171 Glossary Dialler
Originally programs enabling a PC to access telephone connections (e. g. the dialler in the Windows operating system). The term dialler is now used for
programs that set up connections independently and unnoticed to preset special numbers. This mostly leads to very high connection charges. Diallers can end
up on a PC during an Internet download and then install themselves unnoticed.
As protection against such diallers there are programs such as the dialler blocker that monitors connections made via the PC, permitting only certain
connections to be opened. Dial-up connections (remote data transfer) A term for transmitting digital data over the telephone network. Well-know dial-up
connections are fax and Internet connections. Dial-up network Windows component for dial-up transfer that connects a PC via a telephone line (analogue or
ISDN) with an external network, e. g.
the Internet. Enquiry call You are making a call. Using the "Enquiry call" function, you interrupt the conversation briefly to establish a second internal or
external connection to another user. If you terminate the connection to this user immediately, then this was an enquiry call. If you switch to and fro between
the first and second user, it is called toggling.
Exchange Node in a public telephone network via which external connections are set up and redirected. A distinction is made, for example, between local
exchanges and longdistance or trunk exchanges. External call forwarding The call forward is redirected at the telephone exchange. The second B-channel is
not used for external call forwarding. The network provider may charge an additional fee. Firmware A device's operating system. Comparable with the BIOS
of a PC, this stores all the basic information for the functioning of a device. To correct errors or update the device software, a new version of the firmware
can be loaded into the device's memory (firmware update). GAP (Generic Access Profile) Standard enabling the combined use of DECT products from
different vendors. Get outside line An outline line is reserved when you pick up the telephone receiver or press the corresponding key on your handset (call
key).
Group call Group of internal devices that have been assigned the same Receive MSN. All the devices in the call group react to an incoming call on that MSN.
When the one device takes the call, the others return to the idle state. 172 Glossary GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) Originally, European
standard for mobile networks. GSM can now be described as a worldwide standard. In the USA and Japan national standards are now more frequently
supported than in the past. H Handset General term for a cordless telephone that complies with international standards DECT and GAP. Headset
Combination of microphone and headphone. A headset makes handsfree calls more comfortable. There are headsets which are connected by a cable to the
handset and wireless headsets that can be registered to a base station via Bluetooth.
Hold Interrupts and re-instates an existing connection. In particular, it permits enquiry calls and toggling between calls. I Internal call forwarding The call
forward is redirected in the base station. The second B-channel is used for redirecting the call. Both B-channels are busy during an internally redirected call.
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If a B-channel is already busy before the call is redirected, the internal call forward cannot be activated. Internal calls Free calls between devices connected
to the base station. Internal ringer Special ring tone on PABXs to distinguish between internal and external calls. ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)
All data (including voice) is sent digitally with ISDN. Network providers normally offer at least two B-channels per ISDN line.
Each B-channel can set up an active connection, permitting phone calls and Internet surfing at the same time, for example. K Keypad The keypad supports
special function keys such as the star (*) and hash (#) keys. This enables you to send control signals during a call and so use various features of your ISDN
network. MSN (Multiple Subscriber Number) Multiple subscriber number. Multiple subscriber numbers are your own telephone numbers assigned to you by
your network provider when your ISDN line was set up. Up to ten MSNs can be assigned to one ISDN connection. Music on hold Playing of music or a service
announcement. With the enquiry call, toggling and redirect features, the call is held in the telephone exchange or the base station. A waiting melody can be
played while the caller is being held. M N NTBA (Network Terminator Basic Access) Network terminator device.
The public ISDN network is terminated with an NTBA. ISDN end devices and PABXs are connected to the NTBA. 173 Glossary PDA (Personal Digital
Assistant) Also known as hand-held PC. Mobile computer in wallet format offering not only organiser functions but also communication via telephone, email,
Bluetooth etc. PIN Personal Identification Number Protects against unauthorised use, e.g., system PIN, answering machine PIN, headset PIN. A certain
combination of digits or characters have to be entered before access is granted to a protected area, e. g. device configuration, if PIN protection has been
activated.
Receive MSN MSN assignment for incoming calls. A call for a particular MSN is sent to all internal devices that have been assigned this MSN as their Receive
MSN. Reject An incoming call is rejected on an internal device. If several devices have the same Receive MSN, these will continue to ring until the call has
been rejected on all the devices in that call group or it has been taken on one of the devices. Reject all Extended call rejection.
When an incoming call is rejected on any device, that call is rejected for all devices in the same call group. The caller continues to hear the ringing tone but
the devices themselves no longer ring. Remote check Also remote access. Operating the answering machine from any external telephone number. After
entering a PIN, messages can be played back and deleted or the answering machine settings changed.
Repeater A repeater increases the range of a handset connected to a base station. The device receives the radio signal from the base station and broadcasts it
further. Ring delay For each internal party, you can specify how many rings take place before this party hears the ring. This can also be set for each MSN
phone number. Send MSN MSN assignment for outgoing calls. A particular MSN is assigned to an internal device as the Send MSN via which all the calls are
made. A device can have only one Send MSN. However, the same MSN can be used as the Send MSN for several devices. Toggling Toggling allows you to
switch between two external callers without allowing the waiting caller to listen in. 174 Appendix Appendix Service (Customer Care) You have access to
straightforward support concerning with technical aspects of your device and how to operate it through our Online Support on the Internet: www.
my-siemens.com/customercare If you have any trouble with the equipment, please contact the Siemens telephone service: United Kingdom 0 87 05 33 44 11
Ireland 18 50 77 72 77 The Siemens Service is only available to deal with device faults only. Your specialist dealer will be able to help you with any questions
about operating your device.
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claim the user (customer) may have in relation to the dealer or retailer, the customer shall be granted a manufacturer's Guarantee under the conditions set
out below: u In the case of new devices and their components exhibiting defects resulting from manufacturing and/or material faults within 24 months of
purchase, Siemens shall, at its own option and free of charge, either replace the device with another device reflecting the current state of the art, or repair the
said device. In respect of parts subject to wear and tear (including but not limited to, batteries, keypads, casing), this warranty shall be valid for six months
from the date of purchase. u This Guarantee shall be invalid if the device defect is attributable to improper treatment and/or failure to comply with
information contained in the user manuals. u This Guarantee shall not apply to or extend to services performed by the authorised dealer or the customer
themselves (e.g. installation, configuration, software downloads).
User manuals and any software supplied on a separate data medium shall be excluded from the Guarantee. u The purchase receipt, together with the date of
purchase, shall be required as evidence for invoking the Guarantee. Claims under the Guarantee must be submitted within two months of the Guarantee
default becoming evident. u Ownership of devices or components replaced by and returned to Siemens shall vest in Siemens. u This Guarantee shall apply to
new devices purchased in the European Union.
The Guarantee is issued by Siemens plc, Siemens House, Oldbury, Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FZ. 175 Appendix u Any other claims resulting out of or in
connection with the device shall be excluded from this Guarantee. Nothing in this Guarantee shall attempt to limit or exclude a Customers Statutory Rights,
nor the manufacturer's liability for death or personal injury resulting from its negligence. u The duration of the Guarantee shall not be extended by services
rendered under the terms of the Guarantee. u Insofar as no Guarantee default exists, Siemens reserves the right to charge the customer for replacement or
repair.
u The above provisions does not imply a change in the burden of proof to the detriment of the customer. To invoke this Guarantee, please contact the Siemens
telephone service. The relevant number is to be found in the accompanying user guide. Guarantee certificate (Ireland) Scope u This equipment guarantee
applies to end users ("customers"). This guarantee does not in any way affect the customer's statutory rights. u The guarantee applies to the supplied devices
and all their components but not to their installation or configuration or to the services provided by the dealer. Manuals and any software supplied on a
separate data medium are excluded from the guarantee. This guarantee does not apply to decorative covers or any other personalised parts or software not
included in the scope of supply. The guarantee also does not apply to decorative top or bottom shells for special editions. u The guarantee provides for
devices or components that, despite proper care and use, have demonstrably developed defects due to faulty workmanship and/or faulty materials to be
replaced or repaired at our discretion free of charge.
The guarantee does not cover normal wear and tear. Alternatively, we reserve the right to replace the defective device with a successor model or reimburse
the original purchase price on return of the defective device. Our decision is final. Any legal claims are excluded. u Claims under the guarantee cannot be
made if the defect or damage was caused by improper care or use. Improper care or use includes the following: Opening the device (this is classed as third-
party intervention) Manipulating components on the printed circuit board Manipulating the software Defects or damage caused by dropping, breaking,
lightning or ingress of moisture.
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Repairs or other work done by persons not authorised by us. Devices fitted with accessories not authorised by Siemens. u Any further claims due to damage
are excluded, such as damage arising outside the device, provided this was not due to gross negligence and/or intent on our part. u Claims under the
guarantee must be made as soon as the defect is noticed. u A till receipt showing the date of purchase must be presented as proof.
Each claim under the guarantee is accepted with the express reservation that subsequent investigations confirm the validity of the claim. u Any devices or
components that are replaced become our property. 176 Appendix u The costs of materials and labour will be borne by us, but not the costs of transport,
postage or freight. u We are entitled, at our discretion, to make technical changes (such as firmware updates) beyond repair or replacement in order to
upgrade the device to the latest state of the art. There is no additional charge to the customer for this work.
Our decision is final. Any legal claims are excluded. u The guarantee is valid in the country of purchase. It applies only if the device is operated in the
relevant geographical area in accordance with the information on the packaging and in the operating instructions. u Any further claims are excluded.
Siemens is not liable in any circumstances for downtime, loss of profits, loss of data or loss of any other information. The customer alone is responsible for
safeguarding such data and information. u Changes to this guarantee require prior approval by Siemens in writing. Guarantee period u The guarantee
applies in countries in the EU from 1 January 2002 for a period of 24 months. u In all other countries the guarantee period shall be the relevant minimum
statutory guarantee period, but no longer than 24 months.
u The guarantee period starts on the day of purchase by the customer. u A successful claim under the guarantee does not extend the guarantee period. u Work
under the guarantee is handled by our Customer Care Centres. 177 Index Index Access code . 150, 170 ACN 170 ACN International .150 ACN National .150
Activating the answering machine 69 changing the answering machine PIN .76 configuring record and play .73 configuring remote access 75 deactivating the
answering machine 77 operating the answering machine in all-day mode .70 operating the answering machine in time mode 71 Activating the waiting melody
.
68 Adding columns .92 Answering machine 156 all-day 156 Automatic listen in .157 Changing the answering machine PIN 158 General .157 Recording calls
157 remote access 157 Time control .156 Answering machine (AM) .
170 Answering machine on the network 154 Appendix 175 Assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device .23 Assigning a device for PC
dialling .63 Assignments .153 Answering machine on the network 154 Automatic pickup by the answering machine .153 Linking the telephone with the PC .
153 Preferred holding for enquiry calls .153 Preferred redirection location .153 Authorisation . 143, 170 Autom. set 144 A Automatic pickup by the answering
machine . 153 Autostart 36 B-channel . 170 Block dialling 170 Bluetooth . 170 Bluetooth devices tab de-registering handsets . 145 Send MSN . 145 B Call all
144 Call before data (incoming call despite channel bundling) .
148 Call forwarding . 170 Call forwarding to an external number automatic call forwarding . 159 External call forwarding . 159 Call forwarding to an
external number . 159 Call forwarding to an internal number Number of rings 160 Call forwarding to an internal number .
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160 Call lists 132 Calls list editor functions 137 Calls list entry and Calls list filter 132 rows and columns in the Calls list . 135 Saving Calls list entries . 134
Call Redirect (CD) . 149 Call waiting 144, 171 Callback when the call is not answered 171 Callback when the number is busy 171 Calling a Calls list entry
90, 109 Calling from Outlook 28 Calling from talk&surf . 28 Calling from the Windows address book 29 Calling with the PC .
28 Calls list 171 Calls list editor functions 137 C 178 Index Calls list entry and Calls list filter . 132 Calls lists Using the Calls list 133 CAPI . 171 CD
contents 10 Central directory . 127 CF (Call Forwarding) 171 Changing a handset directory . 116 Changing the answering machine PIN 76 Changing the
column sequence .
94 Changing the column width 93 Changing the status of a Calls list entry 99 Changing the system PIN . 41, 67 Charges 162 Checking successful installation
. 21 CLIP . 171 CLIR . 171 Closing the program .
42 Comfort handset . 171 Compatibility . 12 Configuration . 138 Answering machine . 156 Call forwarding to an external number . 159 Call forwarding to an
internal number . 160 Charges 162 device settings . 142 dialling settings 150 dialogues in the Configuration folder 139 Door intercom . 161 ISDN settings
148 MSN settings 146 Night service 160 registering 140 System settings 153 Configuring anti-dialer protection . 25 Configuring automatic call forwarding .
81 Configuring Bluetooth devices 52 Configuring charge logging 85 Configuring door intercoms 84 Configuring external call forwarding . 78 Configuring
field selection for export 104 Configuring internal call forwarding 82 Configuring ISDN features . 54 Configuring Night service . 83 Configuring preferred
holding for enquiry calls 61 Configuring preferred redirection location . 60 Configuring record and play . 73 Configuring registered devices . 50 Configuring
remote access 75 Configuring short message service (SMS) . 58 Configuring the base station . 43 activating the answering machine . 69 activating the waiting
melody 68 assigning a device for PC dialling 63 changing the system PIN 67 configuring automatic call forwarding .
81 configuring Bluetooth devices 52 configuring charge logging 85 configuring door intercoms 84 configuring external call forwarding . 78 configuring
internal call forwarding 82 configuring ISDN features . 54 configuring Night service 83 configuring preferred holding for enquiry calls 61 configuring
preferred redirection location . 60 configuring registered devices 50 configuring short message service (SMS) . 58 configuring the date and time 59
deactivating external call forwarding .
80 deleting log lists . 65 deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) . 54 deregistering a Bluetooth device 50 deregistering a wireless device 45 entering
emergency numbers 56 entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) . 53 managing charges per device . 87 managing charges per MSN 86 picking up calls
from the answering machine .
62 presetting a remote operation connection . 64 179 Index registering a Bluetooth device .46 registering a wireless device .44 restoring factory settings .66
setting dialling parameters 55 using the room monitor function .57 Configuring the Calls list .91 Configuring the date and time .59 Copying a Calls list entry
to the directory 101 Copying directory entries 113 Copying individual directory entries 130 Country code 150 Creating a new central directory 108 Creating
a new directory entry .
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110 CW (Call Waiting) .171 Device type 143 Dialer 172 Dialer blocker .
26 Dialling features 150 Dialling parameter 150 Access code 150 ACN International . 150 ACN National . 150 Country code . 150 Dialling features 150
Dialling Settings 150 Dialling parameter . 150 Dialling settings Emergency numbers . 151 Room monitor external . 151 SMS services centres . 151 Dialogues
in the Configuration folder . 139 Dial-up network 172 Directories 125 Central directory 127 Copying individual directory entries 130 Layout of the working
area in the directory folder 125 Mapping of a handset directory . 128 Recommended editing sequence 131 Transferring data to and from handsets 129 Door
intercom 161 Date/time .
153 Deactivating Autostart .36 Deactivating external call forwarding 80 Deactivating the answering machine 77 DECT .171 Deleting 147 Deleting a Calls
list entry 100 Deleting a directory entry .112 Deleting log lists .65 Deleting multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) 54 Deregistering a Bluetooth device .
50 Deregistering a wireless device 45 De-registering handsets 144, 145 Device name .142 Device settings .142 authorisation .143 Autom. set .
144 Call all 144 call waiting 144 de-registering handsets .144 device name .142 device type 143 internal number .142 Receive MSN .144 ring delay 144 Send
MSN .143 Send MSN selection after setting 144 D Editing a Calls list entry 98 Editing a directory entry 111 Emergency numbers . 151 Configurable numbers
151 Fixed numbers 151 Enquiry call 172 Entering emergency numbers . 56 Entering multiple subscriber numbers (MSN) . 53 Exchange . 172 Exporting the
Calls List .
102 External call forwarding 172 E 180 Index Factory settings 154 Faxing with the PC . 30 Firmware . 172 Folders and Dialogues . 124 For your safety . 6
notes on the operating instructions . 6 safety precautions 6 F GAP . 172 General information about the phrase download tool . 27 Get outside . 172 Glossary
170 Group call 172 Grouping Calls list entries . 96 GSM 146, 173 G preparing the base station .
15 uninstalling old versions 16 updating firmware . 20 Installing the software and device drivers 13 Internal call forwarding 173 Internal calls 173 Internal
number . 142 Internal ringer . 173 ISDN 173 ISDN settings 148 call before data (incoming call despite channel bundling) 148 Call Redirect (CD) . 149 MSN
busy (busy-on-busy) 148 reject all 148 transfer (ECT) 148 unknown call (CLIR) .
148 Handset 173 Headset 173 Hold 173 How the dialer blocker works . 25 H K L Keypad 173 Icons for the talk&surf components 22 Importing a telephone
database from an older version 118 Importing directory entries from a file Composition of the name . 122 Composition of the telephone number . 123 file
selection . 120 settings 121 Importing directory entries from a file .
119 Installing talk&surf . 17 Installing the software 18 Installing the software and device drivers checking successful installation . 21 icons for the talk&surf
components 22 installing talk&surf . 17 installing the software 18 launching the talk&surf wizard 17 possible problems during installation . 20 preconditions
for installation . 14 I Launching talk&surf . 36 Launching talk&surf manually 36 Launching the talk&surf wizard .
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17 Layout of the working area in the directory folder . 125 Linking the telephone with the PC 153 M Managing Calls lists 88 adding columns . 92 calling a
Calls list entry 90 changing the column sequence .
94 Changing the column width 93 changing the status of a Calls list entry . 99 configuring field selection for export 104 configuring the Calls list . 91 copying
a Calls list entry to the directory . 101 deleting a Calls list entry . 100 editing a Calls list entry . 98 exporting the Calls List . 102 grouping Calls list entries 96
opening preview windows . 97 181 Index opening the Calls list 89 printing the Calls List .105 removing columns 91 selecting the export folder .103 sorting
Calls list entries 95 sorting the fields to be exported 105 Managing charges per device .
87 Managing charges per MSN .86 Managing directories .106 calling a Calls list entry 109 changing a handset directory .116 copying directory entries 113
creating a new central directory .108 creating a new directory entry 110 deleting a directory entry 112 editing a directory entry .
111 importing a telephone database from an older version .118 importing directory entries from a file 119 opening the directory .107 receiving a directory
from a handset 115 sending a directory to a handset 117 Mapping of a handset directory .128 Menu commands .164 Menu Action .
167 Menu Edit .165 Menu File 164 Menu Help .168 Menu View 166 MSN .173 MSN busy (busy-on-busy) .148 MSN name 146 MSN settings .146 deleting .147
GSM 146 MSN name .146 phone number 146 ringer melody 146 calling from talk&surf . 28 calling from the Windows address book 29 calling with the PC 28
configuring anti-dialer protection 25 deactivating Autostart . 36 faxing with the PC 30 general information about the phrase download tool .
27 how the dialer blocker works 25 launching talk&surf . 36 launching talk&surf manually . 36 operating and configuring the dialer blocker . 26 operating
the base station via a Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA . 24 replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements . 27 running the phrase download
tool 27 setting up a dial-up connection 32 setting up an Internet connection 33 setting up channel bundling 33 setting up the fax console 30 surfing the
Internet . 32 switching type of operation for wireless devices 35 switching wireless connection . 35 testing the talk&surf CAPI driver . 31 uninstalling the
dialer blocker . 26 using Bluetooth connections 23 using the Bluetooth headset 24 Notes on the operating instructions .
6 NTBA 173 New functions in talk&surf 6.0 .9 Night service .160 Notes on operation .23 assigning a Bluetooth mobile telephone to an internal device .
23 Autostart .36 calling from Outlook 28 N Opening Help . 42 Opening preview windows . 97 Opening the Calls list . 89 Opening the directory 107 Operating
and configuring the dialer blocker .
26 Operating talk&surf 37 Changing the system PIN . 41 closing the program . 42 opening Help 42 protecting access . 41 rejecting configuration changes 40
saving the system PIN . 41 selecting a folder . 39 O 182 Index setting up the interface . 38 updating the base station data 40 updating, applying, rejecting
settings 40 Operating talk&surf 6.0 updating the data status in talk&surf . 40 Operating the answering machine in all-day mode 70 Operating the answering
machine in time mode . 71 Operating the base station via a Bluetooth PC or Bluetooth PDA 24 Operating with other devices 169 wireless devices from other
manufacturers .
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169 wireless Gigaset data boxes . 169 Bluetooth PDA . 48 registering a GSM telephone . 47 Registering a Bluetooth headset 49 Registering a Bluetooth PC
or Bluetooth PDA . 48 Registering a GSM telephone . 47 Registering a wireless device . 44 Reject . 174 Reject all . 148, 174 Rejecting configuration changes
40 Remote check . 174 Removing columns 91 Repeater .
174 Replacing the answering machine pre-recorded announcements . 27 Restoring factory settings . 66 Ring delay 144, 174 Ringer melody . 146 Room
monitor external 151 rows and columns in the Calls list 135 Running the phrase download tool 27 PDA . 174 Phone number .
146 Picking up calls from the answering machine . 62 PIN . 174 Possible problems during installation . 20 Preconditions for installation . 14 Preferred
holding for enquiry calls 153 Preferred redirection location 153 Preparing the base station .
15 Presetting a remote operation connection . 64 Printing the Calls List 105 Product overview CD contents 10 compatibility . 12 new functions in talk&surf
6.0 . 9 system requirements . 11 Protecting access 41 P Receive MSN 144, 174 Receiving a directory from a handset . 115 Recommended editing sequence .
131 Registering . 140 Registering a Bluetooth device 46 registering a Bluetooth headset . 49 registering a Bluetooth PC or R Safety .
154 Safety precautions .6 data transfer, software problems 7 General .6 installation .6 USB connection .7 Saving Calls list entries 134 Saving the system PIN
41 Selecting a folder 39 Selecting the export folder . 103 Send MSN 143, 145, 174 Send MSN selection after setting . 144 Sending a directory to a handset .
117 Setting dialling parameters 55 Setting up a dial-up connection . 32 Setting up an Internet connection . 33 Setting up channel bundling .
33 Setting up the fax console . 30 Setting up the interface . 38 SMS services centres 151 Sorting Calls list entries . 95 Sorting the fields to be exported . 105
Surfing the Internet 32 Switching type of operation for wireless devices .
35 Switching wireless connection 35 S 183 Index System requirements 11 System settings .153 Assignments .153 Date/time 153 Factory settings .154 Safety
154 Wait melody 155 Testing the talk&surf CAPI driver .31 Toggling 174 Trademarks 7 Transfer (ECT) 148 Transferring data to and from handsets .
129 T Uninstalling old versions .16 Unknown call (CLIR) .148 Updating firmware .20 Updating the base station data 40 Updating the data status in talk&surf
40 Updating, applying, rejecting settings 40 Using Bluetooth connections 23 Using the Bluetooth headset 24 Using the Calls list .133 Using the room monitor
function 57 U Wait melody .155 Waiting melody (Music on hold) 173 Wizard for importing directories Composition of the name 122 Wizard for importing
directories Composition of the telephone number .123 Wizard for importing directories File selection 120 Wizard for importing directories Settings .121 W
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