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Unformatted text preview: subsidiaries. buttons quick reference ooMa TaB Line 1 and Line 2 Trash send-To-VoiCeMaiL reVerse PLay sToP Forward ooma Hub device VoLUMe adJUsTMenT left side view BriGhTness adJUsTMenT right side view 13 14 buttons quick reference ooMa TaB Line 1 and Line 2 Trash send-To-VoiCeMaiL PLay reVerse Forward sToP ooma Scout device VoLUMe adJUsTMenT left side view BriGhTness adJUsTMenT right side view buttons quick reference line 1 & line 2 Buttons A solid light shows the line your call is on. Pick up a phone and press the blinking line button to join a call in progress. Press both buttons at the same time to create a threeway conference call. Play Button Blinks when there are new messages. Press to hear new messages. Forward Button Press to skip to the next message. reverse Button Press to replay current message. Press twice to skip back to previous the message. Stop Button Press to stop playing messages. 15 trash Button During playback, press to delete current message. Send-to-voicemail Press-and-hold for two seconds to turn Do not Disturb on or off (a solid light indicates that all calls are sent directly to voicemail). During playback, press to save current message. While ringing, call-waiting or talking, press to transfer the call to voicemail. volume adjustment To adjust the speaker volume, rotate the knob on the left side of the unit. Brightness adjustment To adjust the brightness of the button lights and indicators, rotate the knob on the right side of the unit. Solid Blue ooma tab Indicates ooma service is working. All ooma services are operational, including unlimited calling within the US. Blinking red ooma tab Indicates ooma service is not working. All services are unavailable. When ooma service is unavailable, you will not hear any dialtone and will be unable to use your phone. If you are using your ooma system with a landline, you will hear the regular landline dialtone, not the ooma dialtone. Your Internet or phone connection may be down. Outgoing calls are subject to your landline phone company call...
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