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NEC SL1000 MULTI LINE TELEPHONE USER GUIDE


Multi-Line Telephone User Guide
Please read this manual carefully before Operating this product and save this manual for future use.
A50-031674-001
Issue 1.0
January 2011  - 1 -


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Before using Your Telephone…
Installing the Handset and Line Cord
Adjust the Two-Position Viewing Angle
When installing the handset:
1. Make sure the handset cord is plugged into the
handset jack on the telephone base.
2. The line cord routes through the channel on the
telephone base.
3. Alternatively the line cord can route through the
channel on the telephone legs.
To set the low viewing angle position:
1. Fold the legs all the way back.
To set the high viewing angle position:
1. Flip up the two leg supports.
2. Fold the legs back until the supports contact
the base.
Handset Cord
Cord can be
installed either way
Thank you for purchasing NEC SL1000 system.
Due to the flexibility built into the system, your Dialing Codes and Feature Capacities may differ
from those in this guide. Check with your NEC Authorized Supplier / System Administrator and make a
note of any differences.  - 2 -
Handsfree Options
- Handsfree lets you place and answer calls by pressing “Speaker” instead of using the handset.
- With Automatic Handsfree, you can press a Speaker Key without lifting the handset. Normally, you have Automatic Handsfree.
- Use Handsfree Answerback to answer a voice-announced Intercom call by speaking toward your phone without lifting the
handset.
Using Your Telephone < Multi-line Telephone>
Dial Keys
HOLD Key
Press this key to place an
internal or external call on
hold.
Speaker Key
Controls the built-in speaker which can
be used for Handsfree dialing/
monitoring. LED on key lights when
key is active.
Enter Key
Redial Key
Volume (UP) Key
Incoming
Call History
Key
* 12 Progr ammable Function Keys are available for
IP4WW-12TXH-A TEL.
** 24 Progr ammable Function Keys are available for
IP4WW-24TXH-A TEL.
Call Indicator Lamp
This lamp flashes fast when a call is ringing and flashes
slower when a message has been left.
Alphanumeric Display
The LCD has 2 lines with 16 characters.
Exit Key
Exit any screen and return the display to “Time & Date”.
Help Key
The user can press this key followed by a programmable
key to check what Line or Programmable Feature is
assigned on the key.
Programmable Function Keys
Flexible Line keys or Feature Keys assigned by the
System Administrator.
Flash Key
Press key to finish an outside call and hear the dial tone.
Transfer Key
Allows the extension user to transfer established calls to
another extension.
DND/CONF Key
(Do Not Disturb / Conference)
Setup a Do Not Disturb or Conference if pressed during a
call.
Mute (Microphone) Key
Mute handset or Handsfree Microphone. LED lights when
microphone is muted.
Clear/Back Key
Press this key to cancel the current action or delete a
character.
Cursor Key (Navigation Key)
Access various features with simple operation.
 IP4WW-( )*TXH-A TEL
Handset
Speaker
Directory Functions
or
Volume (DOWN) Keys  - 3 -
For Your Convenience
There are 2 levels of Function Keys. (General Keys : assigned by 851, Appearance Keys : assigned by
852)
Appearance Keys have priority. You can overwrite the Appearance Key at the General Key.
If you want to overwrite the General Key at the Appearance Key, you have to erase the Appearance
Key by dialing “852 + 000” before General Key assignment.
In the default setting, Programmable Function Key No. 1 to 12 is assigned as “Trunk” Key. If you want
to assign Function Keys (General) at the unused Trunk Keys, these unused keys should be erased by
“852 + 000” operation.
Programmable Function Keys can be erased by dialing “852 + 000” or “851 + 00”.
Programmable Function Keys can be assigned as “Trunk” Key and/or other Function Keys. You
can just press the function key to activate the assigned function without dialing the Service
Code.
Programmable Function Keys can be assigned as DSS (Direct Station Selection) or One-Touch
Keys. You can place an Outside / Intercom Call by just pressing this key without dialing the
number.
To change Trunk Access Code, Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
In the default setting, Programmable Function Key No. 1 to 12 is assigned as “Trunk” Key. If you want
to assign DSS Keys at the unused Trunk Keys, these unused keys shoul d be erased by “ 852 + 000”
operation before the above operation.
In case of DSS Key, the extension status can be indicated on the BLF. (idle : extinguished, Busy : lit)
When you register a telephone number, “9” (Trunk Access Code) should be added on top of number.
Up to 36 digits dialing can be registered, but the name can not be registered.
If you want to continue the o peration, press Programmable Function Key instead of Speak er Key to
finish.
 Program Function Keys
 Program DSS/One-Touch Keys
Speaker Function Key Code + Additional Data Speaker
8 5 1
8 5 2
? ? ?
Function Key
Telephone Number
Extension Number
Hold
Speaker
Speaker
8 5 1 0 1
9 ? ?
? ? ?
Trunk Access Code  - 4 -
 The digit of Bin No. depends on the system setting. (0-9(Group ABB) / 00-99 / 000-999)
 System setting is necessary for Group ABB function. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for more details.
 Name can be entered by Dial Pad Keys. (See below)
 Up to 36 digits dialing can be registered, and up to 12 characters can be registered as name.
 If you want to continue the operation, dial Bin No. instead of Speaker Key to finish.
 You can skip to enter the name. (No enter any character, then press “Hold” Key).
 You can erase the registered number & name by pressing “Exit” Key after dialing Bin No..
For Your Convenience
 Register Abbreviated Dialing (Speed Dialing)
 Entering Alphanumeric Characters
When you enter a name, use Dial Pad Keys to enter letters as below. For example, press “2” key once
for “A”, twice for “B”, etc…..
Telephone Number
Hold Name Hold
(Common ABB)
(Group ABB)
Bin No. Speaker
Speaker
8 5 3
8 5 4
? ? ?
? ?
? ?
1 @ [ ] ^ _ ‘ { } |
A B C a b c 2
¥
D E F d e f 3
G H I g h i 4
J K L j k l 5
M N O m n o 6
P Q R S p q r s 7
T U V t u v 8
W X Y Z w x y z 9
0 ! “ # $ % & ‘ ( )
+ , - . / : ; < = > ?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Number of pressing the Key
DND/CONF
Accepts a character and move the cursor one place to the right. Press twice to insert a “space”.
Clear the character entry to the left, one character at a time. (Backspace Key)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0

*
#  - 5 -
 Place an Outside Call <Access by Code>
Placing Calls
 Listen for Dial Tone before dialing a Telephone Number.
 You can have function keys for Trunks or Trunk Groups. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier.
To change Trunk Access Code, Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
Listen for Dial Tone before dialing a Telephone Number.
In case the number of Trunk Group is more than 10, you should enter 2 digits (e.g. 11 : Group 11) after
dialing “804”. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for more details.
For the dial digit of Trunk Number, Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
Your call will ring or voice-announce. If you hear ringing, wait for an answer. If you hear a beep, begin
speaking. Dialing “1” changes voice/ring mode. (in case the destination is Multi-line Telephone)
 Place an Outside Call <Quick Access>
 Place an Intercom Call <Dial Access>
Trunk Key Telephone Number
? ? ? ?
Trunk No. (e.g. Trunk 5)
Trunk Group No.
Telephone Number
Speaker
9
8 0 4 ?
# 9 0 5
? ? ? ?
?
Extension Number
Speaker
? ? ?
Trunk Access Code - 6 -
The system retains the last 10 numbers dialed which can be viewed and dialed.
(Find desired number)
(On-Hook)
Placing Calls Quickly
The digit of Bin No. depends on the system setting. (0-9 / 00-99 / 000-999)
Telephone Numbers shall be pre-registered to the system.
System setti ng is nec essary for Group AB B function. As k your NEC Authorized S upplier f or more
details.
The Telephone / Extension Number shall be pre-registered to a One-Touch / DSS Key.
Trunk Access Code (Dial “9” or “0”) should be added on top of Telephone Number.
One-Touch / DSS Key
 Abbreviated (Speed) Dialing <for Outside>
 One-Touch Call <for Outside / Intercom>
 Last Number Dialing <for Outside / Intercom>
Redial List
Common ABB Bin No.
Common
ABB
Group ABB Bin No.
Group ABB Key
(851+28) Key
Speaker
Speaker
Group
ABB
# 2 ? ? ?
# 4 ? ? ?
(851+01) Key - 7 -
If your call doesn’t go through…
<Camp On> In case of Intercom Call, when you hear ringing, wait for the called party to answer.
In case of Outside Call, when you hear Dial Tone, begin telephone number dialing.
<Callback> In case of Intercom Call, when your phone starts the ringing, lift handset and wait for the
 called party to answer.
In case of Outside Call, when your phone starts the ringing, lift handset, hear Dial Tone, and
begin telephone number dialing.
This function is applicable in case all trunks are busy condition. (not applicable for dialed outside
party busy)
When you set a MW, the called party’s Indicator starts to flash, and your Indicator is lit in Red.
When you answer a MW, the Indicator shall automatically be off when the called party answers.
 Set Camp On / Callback
 Cancel Camp On / Callback
 Set / Answer a Message Waiting
Camp On Key
Wait without
hanging up
Wait for the
system to call
 you back
<Camp On>
<Callback>
(851+35) Key
(Hear Busy Tone
or No Answer)
8 5 0
8 7 0
(Hear Busy Tone
or No Answer)
Your phone’s
Indicator is
flashing in Red
MW Key
(851+38) Key
MW Key
(851+38) Key
Set
Answer
0
 0 - 8 -
The system periodically redials the call. Repeat duratio n is programmable. Ask your NEC Authorized
Supplier.
You should lift the handset when the called party answered.
Clear all messages (you have left for other extensions and messages other extension have left for you).
(Hear Busy Tone
 or No answer)
Repeat Dial Key
(851+29) Key
 Check & Answer a Message Waiting
If your call doesn’t go through…
 Cancel Message Waiting (Cancel Individually - at originated extension)
 Clear all Message Waiting (at any extension)
 Repeat Dialing <Outside Call>
(On-Hook)
(Check Name)
You can check who left a message to you, and then answer.
Help
 0
Extension Number
you want to cancel MW
Speaker Speaker
8 7 1 ? ? ?
Speaker Speaker
8 7 3 - 9 -
Answering Calls
Confirm the status of Mute Key if you want to answer by Handsfree. (MIC On : Light off, MIC Off : Light On)
Intercom Call Mode can be set at your phone by : “Ring” : Speaker + 823 “Voice” : Speaker + 821
Confirm the status of Mute Key if you want to answer by Handsfree. (MIC On : Light off, MIC Off : Light On)
System setting is necessary to make Call Pickup Group. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier.
(Ringing)
Trunk Key
(Flashing)
Ringing
Extension
Non-Ringing
Extension
Speaker
(Ringing)
Voice Mode
Extension
Ring Mode
Extension
(Voice)
Speak toward
your phone
Speaker
 Answering an Outside Call
 Answering an Intercom Call
 Picking up a call for other Extensions
Call Pickup Key
Extension Number
Call Pickup for other
Group Key
(851+24) Key
(851+25) Key
Speaker
Speaker
Speaker
In same
Group
In Other
Groups
Pickup for
Specified
Extension
 #
8 6 9
  ? ? ?  - 10 -
Hold / Transferring Calls
In case of Intercom, the call shall be held as “Exclusive Hold” on your phone.
This operation puts your outside call on System Hold. Other extension user can take the call off Hold.
This operation puts your outside call on Exclusive Hold. Other extension user can not take the call off
Hold.
If your phone has DSS/ One-Touch key, just press it instead of “HOLD and Extension Number” operation.
(Talking)
Hold
Hold Retrieve Trunk Key
(Flashing)
(Flashing)
Hold
Intercom Call
Outside Call
(Talking)
Exclusive Hold
(851+45) Key
Hold Retrieve Trunk Key
(Flashing)
(Flashing)
Hold
Intercom Call
Outside Call
 Holding a Call / Retrieving a Held Call
 Holding a Call Exclusively
 Retrieve a held outside call (if your extension doesn’t have Trunk Keys)
 Transferring a Call to the other Extension
Trunk No. you want to retrieve
Transfer
(To answer own held Trunk)
Speaker
7 7 2 ? ? ?
(Talking)
Extension Number
(Announce)
Transfer
Hold
? ? ?
For the dial digit of Trunk Number, Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.  - 11 -
For more convenient use…
When you set DND function, DND/CONF Key’s lamp is lit and the Internal Dial Tone pattern is changed.
For the Room Monitor feature, ask your NEC Authorized supplier for details.
 Do Not Disturb (DND)
DND/CONF
(On-Hook)
DND : Trunk Incoming Call
DND : Intercom Incoming Call
DND : Trunk & Intercom Incoming Call
DND : Transferred (CFW) Call
DND : Cancel
1
2
3
4
0
5
Room Monitor
 Call Forwarding / Follow Me
To Call Forward Immediate
To Call Forward When Your Phone is Busy
To Call Forward When You Do Not Answer
Speaker
Call Forward
Immediate Key
Set Speaker
Destination Extension Number
8 4 8 1 ? ? ?
0
(851+10) Key
Cancel
Speaker
Call Forward Busy
Function Key
Speaker
# 1 ? ? ?
(851+11) Key
Set
1
0
Cancel
Speaker
Call Forward No-
Answer Function Key
Speaker
8 4 5 ? ? ?
(851+12) Key
Set
1
0
Cancel
Destination Extension Number
Destination Extension Number  - 12 -
You can repeat this operation to add more parties.
You may be able to have up to 16 parties. (include your extension)
May need to adjust the level due to the Environment phones are placed. Ask your NEC Authorized
Supplier for the details.
 Conference
(Talking)
Extension Number
Trunk Key
Telephone Number (Talk)
<twice>
DND/CONF DND/CONF
? ? ?
? ?
For more convenient use…
To Call Forward When Your Phone is Busy or You Do Not Answer
To Call Forward Both Ring
To Call Forward Follow Me
Speaker
Call Forward Busy/NoAnswer Function Key
Speaker
8 4 4 ? ? ?
(851+13) Key
Set
1
0
Cancel
Speaker
Call Forward Busy/NoAnswer Function Key
Speaker
8 4 2 ? ? ?
(851+14) Key
Set
1
0
Cancel
Speaker
Call Forward Busy/NoAnswer Function Key
Speaker
8 4 6 ? ? ?
(851+15) Key
Set
1
0
Cancel
Destination Extension Number
Destination Extension Number
Destination Extension Number  - 13 -
Basic Use Menu Structure of the Navigation Keys…
 Menu Structure
The following table shows Basic Use Menu Structure of the Navigation keys.
Main Menu
100: Call History
130: Dialed Number
120: Received Call
110: Missed Call
800: Properties
500: Phone Setting
200: Contacts
520: Display
810: Phone
230: Edit Contacts
220: Create
Contacts
210: Search
111 – 11x:
Missed Call Data
221:
Save Private Phone Book
211 – 21x:
Name Started from A-J
131 – 13x:
Dialed Call Data
121 – 12x:
Received Call Data
231 – 23x:
Name Started from A-J
223:
Save Group Phone Book
222:
Save Common Phone Book
521:
Contrast
Port Information
820: System
Main Software Version
MAC Address
Hardware Key Code  - 14 -
Using Navigation Keys…
 Check Call History
 Check Missed Call & Call Back(Example. Receive a call from ABC Ltd./ Phone 0356551234)
 Check Received Call & Call using Received dial number
(Example. Receive a call from ABC Ltd./ Phone 0356551234)
>Call History: XX
100:OPRN LST 1/4
xx: Received Call Numbers
Display shows
>Missed Call: XX
110: Call HTY 1/3
xx: Missed Call Numbers
>Calling
 0356551234 01/05
0356551234
 Line 001
Display shows
>Received Call
120:Call HTY 2/3
>Calling
 ABC Ltd. 01/05
0356551234
 Line 001
121:OCT-22 16:52
 ABC Ltd. 01/xx
Display shows
(On-Hook)
(On-Hook)
(Twice)
(You can select by
Up/Down key.)
You can confirm the
Number or Name.
(On-Hook)
(Twice)
(You can select by
Up/Down key.)
You can confirm the
Number or Name.
xx: Total Missed Call numbers
xx: Total Received Call numbers
111:OCT-22 16:52
 ABC Ltd. 01/xx - 15 -
Using Navigation Keys…
 Search Speed Dial bin & Place an Outside Call
 Check Dialed Number Data & Call using Dialed number
(Example. Dialed data is 0356551234.)
>Call History: XX
100:OPRN LST 1/4
xx: Received Call Numbers
Display shows
>Dialed Number
130:Call HTY 3/3
>Calling
 0356551234 01/05
0356551234
 Line 001
131:OCT-22 16:52
 0356551234 01/xx
Display shows
> Search
210: Contacts 1/3
> ABC Ltd.
211: 1/xx
xx: Total registered bin numbers
Or
>COM:0356551234
ABC Ltd. 1/xx
ABC Ltd. 03565512
 Line 001
xx: Total registered bin numbers for “A” character
(On-Hook)
(You can select by
Up/Down key.)
You can confirm the
Number and Name.
(On-Hook)
(Twice)
(You can select by
Up/Down key.)
You can confirm the
Number or Name.
(Twice) - 16 -
Built-In Answering Machine (VRS Message)
☛ System setting is necessary to use Built-In Answering Machine. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
The Message can be recorded Up to 4 type of message.
The Message can not exceed 2 minutes.
The Message can be recorded Up to 4 type of message.
The Message can not exceed 2 minutes.
 To Record a VRS Answering Message
 To Listen to a VRS Answering Message
 To Erase a VRS Answering Message
Message Number
Message Record (001-004)
(Message Recording)
Stop Recording
7 1 6 7
? ? ?
#
Message Number
Message Listen (001-004)
(Message Listening)
7 1 6 5 ? ? ?
Message Number
Message Erase (001-004)
Hold
7 1 6 3 ? ? ?
(Message Listening) - 17 -
Built-In Answering Machine (Voice Mail Message)
The Message can be recorded Up to 10 messages.
The Message can not exceed 2 minutes.
Extension 200 (Multi-line Telephone) shows…
☞ XX shows the number of message left.
 When an outside caller left a message…..then…
 To Listen to a Voice Mail Message
 To Erase a Voice Mail Message
Message Number
(091-100)
(Message Listening)
7 1 6 5
Message Listen
? ? ?
Message Number
Message Record (091-100)
Hold
7 1 6 3 ? ? ?
xx MESSAGES
VOICE MESSAGE - 18 -
VRS – Checking Time/Date & Station Number
 To Listen to the Time/Date, Station Number
(On-Hook)
8
(On-Hook)
6
☛ Optional Units and System setting is necessary to use InMail feature. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
InMail – Setting the Voice Mail Control Keys
 To Programming a Voice Mail Key
 To Check the Function of a Programming Function Key
(On-Hook)
Help Function Key
The programmed function is displayed.
Speaker
Function Key
Function Code
Speaker
Extension No.
8 5 1 ? ? ?
Press Autom ated Attenda nt Key to ch ange the status (All Calls ->No An swer -> Busy - >
Busy/No Answer-> Cancel).
☛ Optional Units and System setting is necessary to use VRS feature. Ask your NEC Authorized Supplier for details.
Time&Date Station Number
 Voice Mail (VM MSG) Key
7 7
Direct access to the Mailbox
7 9
Set Call Forward to Voice Mail
 Automated Attendant Key  - 19 -
InMail – Guidance Message Flow
Main Menu
L
Listen to Messages 5
RS Record &Send Message 77
G
MailboxGreeting
Callers hear your active
greeting (1~3) only if you
do not answer or are
busy. If Auto Attendant
DND is ON, the Auto
Attendant does not ring
your phone. Callers
immediately hear your
active greeting. If OFF,
the Auto Attendant will
try your extension.
4
RN
Record Mailbox Name
InMail will play your
mailbox name in the
voice prompts instead of
your mailbox number.
76
OP MailboxOPtions 67
TI TIme and Date 84
SA
Sys Admin Options
(For Admin Mailboxes
only)
72
Select Listen Mode
1N Select New Message List 16
1S Select Saved Message
List 17
1A Select All Message List 12
These options are also
available while listening
to a message.
X EXit Mailbox 9
RE RecordREply 73
MF Have Msg Forwarded 63
MC Make Call to Sender 62
TI Get TIme, Date 84
SA SAve Message 72
E
Erase Msg 3

Renter mailbox number 
#
Start Recording #
Exit to Main Menu
S
Security Code
Changes or erases your
mailbox security code.
7
N
MessageNotification
Calls co-worker or outside
number when you get
msg.
6
AT
Auto Time Stamp
Plays the msg time, date
and sender after the msg.
28
#
Exit Menu #
L
Listen to Next Msg 5
B Backup a Few Secs 2
BB Backup toBeginning 22
G Go Ahead a Few Secs 4
 Pause/Resume Listening 
1N Select New Message List 16

Pause/Resume 
E
Erase Recording 3
#
End Recording #
Voice Mail lets callers leave recorded messages for you and lets you leave recorded
messages for co-workers. Messages get stored in each person’s mailbox. To listen to
your messages or use other Voice Mail features, call your mailbox and access the
Main Menu. Your Message Wait LED flashes (red) when you have a message.
Automated Attendant answers your company’s calls with a recorded message and
gives dialling instructions for callers to follow.
1S Select Saved Message List 17
1A Select All Message List 12
#
Exit Listen Mode #
Select the Listen Mode
See also ‘Select Listen
Mode’ on the Main Menu
While listening you can:
The mailbox options are:
Enter mailbox number, then: While recording you can:
Calling Your Mailbox and Accessing the Main Menu
To call your mailbox from outside the company:
1. Dial company phone number _________.
2. Wait for Automated Attendant to answer.
3. Dial # and your mailbox number.
 - Optionally dialand co-worker’s mailbox number to leave a message.
 - The codes in your system may be different.
To call your mailbox from your extension:
1. Press Voice Mail Key (851+77).
To access a feature from your mailbox Main Menu:
1. Dial the letters shown to the left of the feature name.
 - The corresponding numbers are shown to the right.
 - The letters you dial match some of the letters in the feature name. - 20 -
InMail – Listen to Messages Left for You
There are two ways to listen to message in your mailbox;
・Pressing the Voice Mail key to listen to messages.
・Following the voice guidance to listen to Massage.
 Pressing the Voice Mail Key to Listen to Message
Messages are automatically played back.
Voice Mail Key
(Flashing)
Voice Mail Key
 Follow the Voice Guidance to Listen to Message
5
Messages are automatically played back.
Voice Mail Key
(Flashing)
Voice Mail Pilot Number Mailbox Number
? ? ? ? ? ? 5
(851+77) Key - 21 -
InMail – Sending Calls to a MailBox
To Forward your phone to Voice Mail
 To Forward All Incoming Calls to Your Mailbox
 To Forward Incoming Calls to Your Mailbox When Your Phone is Busy
 To Forward Incoming Calls to Your Mailbox When You Do Not Answer
 To Forward Incoming Calls to Your Mailbox When Your Phone is Busy or
You Do Not Answer
Speaker
Call Forward
Immediate Key
Set Speaker
Voice Mail Pilot Number
8 4 8 1 ? ? ?
Speaker
Call Forward Busy
Function Key
Speaker
Voice Mail Pilot Number
# 1 ? ? ?
0
Speaker
Call Forward No-
Answer Function Key
Speaker
Voice Mail Pilot Number
? ? ?
Speaker
Call Forward Busy/NoAnswer Function Key
Speaker
Voice Mail Pilot Number
? ? ?
8 4 5
8 4 4
(851+10) Key
(851+11) Key
(851+12) Key
(851+13) Key
Cancel
Set
1
0
Cancel
Set
1
0
Cancel
Set
1
0
Cancel - 22 -
An Additional Way to Call Your Mailbox (From Outside)
 To Call Your Mailbox From Outside
Additional Ways to Record a Message
InMail – Sending Calls to a MailBox
(Call to the
system from
Outside)
Automated Attendant Number
(Hear 1st
Greeting )
(Hear 2nd
Greeting )
Mailbox Number
☞(Optional) Enter your Security Code if you have set one in mailbox options
 Quick Message From Outside
 After You Call an Extension
Voice Mail Key
(Leave
Message )
(Hang Up)
? ? ? # ? ? ?
(Call to the
system from
Outside)
Automated Attendant Number
(Hear 1st
Greeting )
(Hear 2nd
Greeting )
Extension Number
(Leave
Message )
? ? ?
 ? ? ?
(Hang Up)
#
#
(851+77) Key
(Message Listening)NEC Corporation reserves the right to change the specifications, functions, or features at any time without
notice.
NEC Corporation has prepared this document for use by its employees and customers. The information
contained herein is the property of NEC Corporation and shall not be reproduced without prior written approval
of NEC Corporation.
SL1000 is a trademark of NEC Corporation.
Copyright 2011
NEC Corporation
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Multi-Line Telephone
User Guide
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