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Trademark Information, POLYCOM the Polycom Triangles logo and the names and marks associated with Polycom s products are. trademarks and or service marks of Polycom Inc and are registered and or common law marks in the United States. and various other countries All other trademarks are property of their respective owners No portion hereof may be. reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means for any purpose other than the recipient s personal use without. the express written permission of Polycom, Microsoft Lync MS DOS Windows WindowsServer Windows Vista and Windows XP are either registered. trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and or other countries. Patent Information, The accompanying product is protected by one or more U S and foreign patents and or pending patent applications. held by Polycom Inc and or one or more of its licensors. Copyright Notice, The software contained in this product may be copyrighted by Polycom and or one or more of its licensors. Copyright 2011 Microsoft Corporation All rights reserved. Copyright 2011 Polycom Inc All rights reserved, 2011 Polycom Inc All rights reserved.
Polycom Inc, 4750 Willow Road, Pleasanton CA 94588 2708. No part of this document may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical for. any purpose without the express written permission of Polycom Inc Under the law reproducing includes translating. into another language or format, As between the parties Polycom Inc retains title to and ownership of all proprietary rights with respect to the software. contained within its products The software is protected by United States copyright laws and international treaty. provision Therefore you must treat the software like any other copyrighted material e g a book or sound recording. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this manual is accurate Polycom Inc is not responsible. for printing or clerical errors Information in this document is subject to change without notice. About This Guide, Thank you for choosing the Polycom CX700 IP phone which enables a new. era in unified communications currently unavailable with traditional desktop. phones Connecting a Polycom CX700 phone to Microsoft Lync 2010 or to. a computer running Microsoft Lync 2010 allows you to place regular and. Voice over Internet Protocol VoIP calls answer calls forward calls keep a. record of all calls start a conference call and click to call from a list of your. personal contacts through integration with Microsoft s Active Directory and. Microsoft Exchange Server Using your Polycom CX700 phone lets you take. advantage of Microsoft Lync 2010 without needing access to a computer For. more information on what s new in Microsoft Lync 2010 refer to. http www microsoft com en us lync new features aspx. This User Guide provides everything you need to quickly use your new. phone Verify with your system administrator that the network is prepared for. configuring your Polycom CX700 IP phone you are provisioned in Microsoft. Lync 2010 and your network is correctly configured As well read the Parts. List and Safety Notices sections in this guide before you set up and use the. Polycom CX700 IP phone, Changes to This Guide, The following section was removed for this edition. Changing Your Password, User Guide for the Polycom CX 700 IP Phone.
About This Guide iii, Changes to This Guide iii, 1 Getting Started with Your Phone 1 1. Parts List 1 2, Assembling Your Phone 1 3, Connecting the Handset and Optional Headset 1 3. Connecting the Phone to the Network 1 4, Connecting to Your Computer Using a USB Cable 1 5. Adjusting the Phone Base 1 7, Features of Your Phone 1 7. Before You Use Your Phone 1 8, Where to Position Your Phone 1 8.
Logging in on Your Phone 1 8, Usage Guidelines 1 11. 2 Customizing Your Phone 2 1, Configuring Basic Settings 2 1. Changing Date and Time Format 2 2, Changing Location and Time Zone 2 3. Changing Ring Tones 2 4, Changing Displayed Language 2 4. Locking and Unlocking Your Phone 2 5, Adjusting the Volume 2 7.
Adjusting Display Brightness 2 7, Enabling High Contrast 2 8. Enabling Text Telephone 2 9, Changing Your PIN 2 9. Switching Users 2 10, Calibration of Touch Screen 2 10. Choosing a Phone Location 2 12, User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone. Managing Call Lists 2 12, Managing Contacts 2 14, Adding Contacts 2 14.
Deleting Contacts 2 14, Frequent Contacts 2 14, Placing a Call to a Contact 2 14. Searching For a Contact 2 15, Viewing a Contact Group 2 15. 3 Using the Basic Features of Your Phone 3 1, Placing Calls 3 2. Answering Calls 3 3, Ending Calls 3 5, Redialing Numbers 3 5. Muting the Microphone 3 5, Adjusting the Call Volume 3 5.
Placing Calls on Hold 3 6, Hosting Conference Calls 3 6. Joining Meetings 3 7, Transferring Calls 3 8, Forwarding Calls 3 10. Using Voice Mail 3 11, Changing Your Presence Information 3 12. Restarting Your Phone 3 14, 4 Troubleshooting Your Phone 4 1. Power and Startup 4 2, Controls 4 3, Access to Screens and Systems 4 4.
Making and Receiving Calls 4 6, Displays 4 8, Microsoft Lync 2010 4 9. Safety Notices Safety Notices 1, Getting Started with Your Phone. This chapter provides basic installation instructions and information for. obtaining the best performance with the Polycom CX700 IP phone. The Polycom CX700 IP phone provides a complete phone experience for. Microsoft Lync 2010 The graphic display features flexible navigation. using its touch screen capabilities the navigation wheel just below the screen. or the traditional number keypad The Polycom CX700 IP phone supports. advanced functionality including, Presence and directory enabled telephony. 5 7 color touch screen, Windows CE, Wideband audio. 2 USB ports, Biometric fingerprint reader, 2 10 100 switched Ethernet ports with POE.
This chapter contains, Parts List, Assembling Your Phone. Features of Your Phone, Before You Use Your Phone, To customize your phone refer to Customizing Your Phone on page 2 1 To. read about the phone s basic features refer to Using the Basic Features of Your. Phone on page 3 1, If you require additional information or assistance with your new phone. contact your system administrator, User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone. Parts List, The following components are included in your Polycom CX700 IP phone.
Polycom CX700 IP phone, handset handset cord, Network Cable. Getting Started with Your Phone, Quick Start Guide and registration card. Check this list before installation to ensure that you have received each item. If you are missing any items contact your system administrator. Assembling Your Phone, This section describes how to assemble your Polycom CX700 IP phone. Connect handset and headset optional, Connect to the network. Connect to your computer using USB cable optional, Adjust phone base.
If your phone is already assembled go directly to Features of Your Phone on. Connecting the Handset and Optional Headset, To connect the handset and optional headset. 1 Connect one end of the phone cord to the handset and the other end of. the cord to the handset jack on the back of the phone. 2 Connect the headset optional to the headset jack on the back of the. phone next to the handset jack, User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone. A list of supported headsets is available in the Voice section of Polycom s Support. web site at, http www polycom com global documents support technical products voice CX200. 700 Headset Compatibility pdf, If headsets are deployed in high static environments where users frequently. disconnect and re connect the headset to the phone it is possible that the phone. can be damaged by electrostatic discharge ESD, You should take precautions to avoid excessive static buildup in your environment.
This can include humidity control and removal of synthetic materials near the phone. location Antistatic spray applied to carpets in the workplace can reduce the level of. static buildup, Connecting the Phone to the Network. Use Power over Ethernet PoE for network and power source connections. unless otherwise directed by your system administrator. To connect the network and AC power, Plug the supplied network cable between the LAN jack on the back of the. phone and an available network RJ 45 data port, Using the supplied network cable the phone can be powered from a PoE. IEEE 802 3af enabled network port, The phone will begin to power up. If there is no PoE enabled network data part available contact your system. administrator for an AC DC power adapter Plug the AC DC power adapter into the. Polycom CX700 IP phone s power plug then plug one end of in the country specific. power cord into the power adapter and the other end into an available AC outlet. Getting Started with Your Phone, For more information on logging in refer to Logging in on Your Phone on.
Connecting to Your Computer Using a USB Cable, You can connect your Polycom CX700 IP phone to your computer using a USB. cable The advantages of this connection include, Computer sign in If you are logged into Microsoft Lync 2010 on your. computer you are automatically logged in on your phone. Making a one click audio call Each contact in your contact list has a. default number that you can call by clicking the Contact card to the right. of the contact, Phone Audio When your your Polycom CX700 IP phone is connected to. your computer with a USB cable you can receive audio through the. phone s speaker for Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 and Microsoft. Lync 2010 calls, The USB cable is not included in your Polycom CX700 IP phone package but is. available as an optional accessory Contact your system administrator if you want to. connect your phone to your computer, To connect your Polycom CX700 IP phone to your computer.
1 Log into Microsoft Lync 2010 on your computer, 2 Connect the Type A USB connector square end of the USB cable to the. Polycom CX700 IP phone, User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone. 3 Connect the Type B USB connector flat end of the USB cable to your. Type A USB, Type B USB, The connection between your Polycom CX700 IP phone and your. computer is detected as shown below, 4 Do one of the following. Select the Sign in on phone instead soft key to log into your Polycom. CX700 IP phone, To continue logging in refer to Logging in on Your Phone on page 1 8.
Log in from Microsoft Lync 2010, Getting Started with Your Phone. Adjusting the Phone Base, To adjust the base, 1 Push the button on the back of the Polycom CX700 IP phone to adjust the. viewing angle, 2 Select an angle that best suits you by moving the base up or down. Features of Your Phone, The features of the Polycom CX700 IP phone are. 1 Graphic Display Shows information about calls messages time date. and other relevant data and allows you to enter commands and select. contacts through the touch screen, User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone.
2 Presence Status Indicator Indicates your presence state. For more information refer to Changing Your Presence Information on. 3 Scroll wheel Navigates up and down the contact list and other. elements of the user interface, 4 Select Key Selects the highlighted information. 5 Help Key Displays help for the currently displayed screen. 6 Microphone Mute Key Mutes local audio during calls so that others. cannot hear you, 7 Volume Key Use to adjust the volume of the handset speakerphone. and headset speaker and ringer if not in a call, 8 Headset Key Allows you to place and receive calls through an. optionally connected headset, 9 Speakerphone Key Allows for hands free communication during calls. 10 Speaker For ringer and hands free audio output, 11 Hookswitch and Handset Cradle.
12 Dial Pad These 12 keys provide the 10 digits the 26 alphabetic. characters and special characters available in context sensitive. applications, 13 Fingerprint Reader Allows you to log on to your Polycom CX 700 IP. phone with a swipe of your finger, Before You Use Your Phone. Where to Position Your Phone, Use the following guidelines to select a position for your phone. Place your Polycom CX700 IP phone in a well ventilated flat level clean. and dry position near your computer, Place the AC DC power adapter in a well ventilated clean and dry. position under the table and out of the typical walking path. Logging in on Your Phone, You need to log in to place all outgoing calls or answer incoming calls With regard.
to the placement of emergency calls consult your system administrator. Getting Started with Your Phone, To log in on the Polycom CX700. 1 After the initial Microsoft Unified Communications introduction screen. appears the setup screen will appear, Follow the instructions for setting up the touch screen. The Sign In screen appears on the graphic display, 2 Using the graphic display s soft keyboard enter the following. Your Microsoft Lync 2010 sign in name for example, user1 polycom com. Your network domain and username for example polycom user1. Your password, 3 Select Sign In, If you have connected your Polycom CX700 IP phone to your computer.
you can log in using Microsoft Lync 2010 Select Advanced and then select. User Guide for the Polycom CX700 IP Phone 1 6 3 Connect the Type B USB connector flat end of the USB cable to your computer The connection between your Polycom CX700 IP phone and your computer is detected as shown below 4 Do one of the following Select the Sign in on phone instead soft key to log into your Polycom CX700 IP phone

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