Snom m3/Configuration/Phone User Interface

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Overview

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1 - OK key. Used to enter the main menu and select and confirm options.
2 - Left function (soft) key. Used for various functions, depending on menu and operating mode.
3 - Green phone key. Used to initiate calls on the active line and to accept calls.
4 - Navigation key. Used to navigate up, down, right, and left through menus and services.
5 - Star key. Used to capitalize letters, type numbers, and enter a star symbol in the name editor, and lock and unlock the keypad.
6 - Earpiece.
7 - Color display.
8 - Right function (soft) key. Used for various functions, depending on menu and operating mode.
9 - Red phone key. Short-press to terminate calls and to return to previous menu. Long-press to turn the handset on and off.
10 - Keypad.
11 - R Key. Used to enter special characters..
12 - Microphone.

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13 - Volume up key
14 - Volume down key
15 - Speakerphone activation and deactivation key
16 - Headset connector 2.5 mm

Using the Menus and Typing Text and Numbers

Long-press the red phone key to turn the handset on or off. Short-press it to return to the previous display.

When the handset is in idle mode, the display shows the name of the handset, the clock, and the date.

Display in idle mode

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In the upper left corner are the connection status indicators (small circle divided into halves):

  • Black/black – out of range of the gateway
  • Orange/black – within range of the gateway, but not ready for SIP calls
  • Orange/orange – within range of the gateway and ready for SIP calls on primary line

The battery icon in the upper right corner indicates the battery charge status:

  • Green, full, and unblinking – battery is charged, you can use the phone until it is yellow an empty
  • Not really full and green – battery has enough power for using phone
  • Empty and red – plug the phone into the charger until status is green
  • Empty and a part yellow – not really empty, but soon. The battery can also charged.
  • Green and blinking – the phone is in the charger and the battery is being charged.

The lower left corner shows "Call log". Press the left function (soft) key underneath the display to enter the call log. It will show the name of the caller of an incoming call when the caller is also using a SIP phone. When you have entered a name and number in the m3's phone book, the call log will show the name of the caller in those cases when the caller is sending only his or her phone number.

The call log shows different symbols for received, initiated, and missed calls.

  • Blue symbol Image:outgoing_call.png: Initiated calls.
  • Green symbol Image:incoming_call.png: Received calls.
  • Red symbol Image:missed_call.png: Missed and denied calls.

The lower right corner shows "Options". Press the right function (soft key underneath the display to enter the options menu. Use the navigation key to move up or down in the menu. Use the OK key to select a function.

  • Redial - dials the number last dialled
  • Active call - shows any active calls you may choose
  • VoIP Line - choose an identity for your handset

Lock and Unlock The Keypad

If you are carrying the handset with you, you can lock the keypad so that you do not initiate calls accidentally.

  • In idle mode, press the "*" key. The display will show "Lock" in the lower right corner. Press the right function key underneath the display. The display will now show a key symbol to the left of the battery icon in the top right corner.
  • To unlock, press the "*" key. The display will show "Unlock" in the lower right corner. Press the right function key underneath the display. The key symbol has disappeared from the display.

NOTE: The keypad unlocks automatically when you answer an incoming call or when you call a number defined as an emergency number (see How To Make Emergency Calls).

Silence Mode

If you don’t want to be disturbed, you can turn off the phone's ringer.

  • In Idle mode, press the R key, then press the right function key underneath "Silence on", then the OK key or the red phone key. A cancelled bell will appear in the upper line.
  • To turn ringer mode back on, press the R key, then press the right function key underneath "Silence off", then the OK key or the red phone key. The cancelled bell symbol will disappear.

Main Menu

To access the main menu of the snom m3 from Idle mode, press the OK key. The menu contains five symbols. Use the navigation key to move right/left/up/down and call up the selected submenu by pressing the OK key. To return to the previous menu, press the red phone key.

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Typing Text and Numbers

When you are in a number editor or text editor there are a number of ways in which you can edit text. The Left soft key enables you to erase text that is already in the editor, or to erase text that you have just typed. The Right soft key for options provides you with the following two options: Insert symbol and Input mode.

How to Insert a Symbol

  • In a text editor, press the left soft key, choose Insert symbol, and then press the OK key.
  • Use the navigation keys to choose a symbol and press the OK key. The symbol is inserted in the text.

How to Change the Text Input Mode

When you are in a text editor, the upper right corner of the display shows which text input mode (capital letters, small letters, capital first letter, or numerals) is currently active. You can change the input mode at any time during editing:

  • Press the right function key underneath Options, select Input mode, and press the OK key.
  • Select the input mode of your choice and press the OK key.

The following options are available:

  • ABC: Types capital letters
  • Abc: Types capital first letter and remaining letters in lower case
  • Abc: Types all lower case letters
  • 123: Types numerals only

You can also change the input mode while typing: Press the "*" key until you see the desired input mode in the upper right corner of the display.

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