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This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-321, -331, and -335 devices.   SOFT KEYS * The three buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * The s...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-4000, -5000, and -6000 VoIP devices. [HTTPS://CAMPUS.BARRACUDA.COM/RESOURCES/ATTACHMENTS/IMAGE/45712744/WORDDAV95A84F75CAC45FCA5061DB7A6A08853E.PNG] SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediatel...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-450 device. SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key behavior is conte...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-500 device.   SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key will perform the action that is described immediately above it on the display. ...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-550 device. SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key behavior is conte...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom IP-670 device. SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key behavior is conte...
QUICK START _Tip: You do not need to dial any numerical prefix before dialing an extension or external number. Simply dial the extension or 10 digit number._ TRANSFER CALLS WARM (ATTENDED) TRANSFER Places the current call on hold and initiates a c...
QUICK START _Tip: You do not need to dial any numerical prefix before dialing an extension or external number. Simply dial the extension or 10 digit number._. TRANSFER CALLS WARM (ATTENDED) TRANSFER Places the current call on hold and initiates a ...
Quick Start _Tip: You do not need to dial any numerical prefix before dialing an extension or external number. Simply dial the extension or 10 digit number._ TRANSFER CALLS WARM (ATTENDED) TRANSFER Places the current call on hold and initiates a c...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom VVX-300 and -310 VoIP phones.   SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom VVX-400 and -410 VoIP phones.   SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performd the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom VVX-500 VoIP phone. [https://campus.barracuda.com/resources/attachments/image/45712772/worddav5845302b544dd0cf4d0aa01b29d369f7.png]   SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD ...
This article explains the basic operation of the Polycom VVX-600 VoIP phone.   SOFT KEYS * The four buttons immediately below the LCD display are SOFT KEYS. * Each soft key performs the action displayed immediately above it. * Soft key behavior ...