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Using Wireless Headsets

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If you want to make and answer calls using a wireless headset, turn this option on. This allows you to hear the DTMF tones on your wireless headset. You can use the wireless headset button or the key headset Headset button on the telephone to make and answer calls using the headset.

When this option is turned off, you are still able to make and answer calls using your wireless headset, but you cannot hear the DTMF tones. In addition, you can use only the wireless headset button to make and answer calls, not the key headset Headset button on the telephone.

Note:
This feature is currently supported only by the wireless Plantronics Savi Office headset. Other wireless headsets are not supported. Unless you are using the wireless Plantronics Savi Office headset, this option should be turned off. In addition, this option should be turned off if you are using a wired headset. The default setting for this option is off.

To enable remote headset support:

1.Press the key menu button.  

2.Use the up and down cursor keys to highlight Advanced Options. Press Select.

3.Scroll to Audio. Press Select.

4.Scroll to Remote Headset. Press the Change soft key to change the setting or use the left or right cursor keys.

5.Press the Save soft key to save your changes.

 

 

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Issue 12.b.-
Wednesday, March 28, 2018