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CO Disconnect Time (Programmable)

Use this feature to change the hold disconnect time for an outside line. Different telephone companies use

different length signals. The length of the signal is called the CO or Hold Disconnect time. If you place a call on

hold and the caller hangs up, but the call does not disconnect within a minute after the caller.

Conference Drop

On 1400 and 9500 digital telephones, you may choose which specific party you want to drop from a conference

call. On ETR and analog telephones, the last party added to the conference call is automatically dropped.


The system supports up to 64-party conferencing. A maximum of 2 analog lines can be in any conference call.

Conference calls may consist of combinations of analog lines, digital lines (PRI/T1, SIP), analog telephones, ETR

telephones or digital telephones.

Contact Closure Support for 2 Devices (FEATURE 41 and FEATURE 42)

The IP500 V2 Control Unit has a Contact Closure control jack on the back panel. This is a 3.5 mm stereo jack

that can drive two external adjunct relays.

This feature allows users at eligible extensions to control an external adjunct by entering feature codes at their

system or standard telephone. The port can control a variety of devices, the most common being door strikes,

night bells, lighting, or voice recording systems.

Copy Settings (#399)

This feature allows a System Administrator to copy extension-specific programming from one extension to

another. When the Extension Copy operation is performed, the destination extension will have the same

properties as the originating extension.

Extension Copy can only be performed from an Attendant Extension in System Programming Mode or from the

Windows Manager PC application.

Dial Code Features

· ‘F’ represents the FEATURE button.

· ‘I’ represents the INTERCOM button.

· ‘XX’ represents a system extension number.

· ‘PP’ represents a Personal Speed Dial code.

· ‘G’ represents a single-digit group number.

· ‘LL’ represents a system line number.

Feature Partner Version




Do Not Disturb F01 F85

Do Not Disturb Cancel F01 F#85

Recall F03 F71

Save Number Redial F04 F67

Last Number Redial F05 F5

Conference Drop F06 F934 (new)

Privacy F07 F83

Call Forward F11 F4

Call Forward Cancel F11 F#4

Product Description

IP Office Release 7.0

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