This article contains all the basic features for the Yealink T32G. (This model has been discontinued, please see Yealink T23g for new purchases)
How To Place & Receive Calls
To dial a number, you may pick up the handset, press the speaker-phone button, or press the headset button if you have a headset, and dial the number or extension you are trying to call. You may also type in the number and press the green “Send” softkey just below the screen, which will automatically dial the number and turn on the speaker phone. An alternative way of dialing is to dial the number first, and then pick up the handset.
To dial a number, you do NOT need to dial a 1, 9 or any other number prior to entering your number. Just dial the 10 digit phone number you wish to call. There is not need to dial a “1” when dialing 800 numbers.
To answer a call, Simply hit the “answer” softkey just below the screen, press the speaker-phone button, the headset button, or pick up the handset. You may also press the “ignore” or “reject” soft key to send the caller to voicemail.
How To Setup Voicemail
Before you can use your voicemail, you will need to set your password and an unavailablemessage.
To access your voicemail, press the “Message” button with the picture of the envelope on the right hand side of the phone
You will be prompted to enter your password.
Your initial password is set to 1234 and you will be asked to change it to something else.
Follow all of the prompts to set up your greeting.
How To Check Voicemail
There are a few ways to retrieve voicemail based on how your system was originally set up with. If you are unsure, please contact Audian or your phone administrator.
Our options for voicemail delivery range from Email Notifications, Phone, or Web Portal.
To setup email notifications you can call Audian's tech support or login to the Audian portal to set it up.
Check Voicemail On The Phone:
Press the MESSAGE button on the right side of the phone.