Report a phone fault
If you are experiencing a fault with your telephone, please carry out a first test yourself by changing your telephone for one which is known to be working and plug this into the socket.
Make sure to remove double adaptors and extension leads.
If the fault persists, it is likely that the line is faulty. Report the fault to the switchboard operators by contacting the Telecoms Team, giving full details of the fault including the extension number, location and a contact name and number.
Phone user guides
These reference guides are for IP phones in use on campus. You will find the model number at the top of the phone.
- Mitel 5304 IP Phone
- Mitel 5312 IP Phone
- Mitel 5320 IP Phone
- Mitel 5340 IP Phone
- Mitel 5360 IP Phone
- Mitel 5212 IP Phone
- Mitel 5330 IP Phone
- Installing a new line and analogue handset - £160
- VOIP handset - £200
- Line move - £90
- Annual extension rental - £100
- Annual voicemail box rental - £20
- VOIP handset - £200 (for a basic 5312 model).
Contact the Telecoms Team for a price for other handset models. All prices are plus VAT.
Telephone installation changes and office moves
To ensure that full maintenance cover is available on the telephone system, up to the socket outlet and for the University to hold accurate details of its telephone extensions and cabling, it is important that all alterations to the telephone system are controlled.
Detailed requests for alterations should be made giving an indication of timescales. If system programming can do alterations, i.e. swapping numbers, one working day's notice is sufficient. More detailed changes may need external telecoms assistance which will lengthen the process.
Activating your voicemail
To use voicemail:
Contact the Telephony team
Include your extension number and your name
State if you would like email notification of messages
We will send you the voicemail user guide
Record your message
Email us immediately, stating that you have created your message and requesting us to make you live on the system
Please note: Permission is required from your budget holder as there is an annual charge of £20. The budget holder should send an authorisation email to the Telecoms Team
Making conference calls
On an analogue phone (refer to the user guides below for IP handsets) A conference call enables up to six telephone users to speak to each other at one time.
Start your conference call by calling a single person as you normally would.
To add an additional person to the a conference call:
Press the Recall 'R' button and listen for holding dial tone
Select the extension or outside number of the person to be added. Abbreviated codes may also be used. e.g. internal extension numbers
Inform the person that you will be adding them to the conference call
Press Recall 'R' to receive dial tone and select '*' and '4'.The call is now joined to the conference
Repeat as necessary with up to six callers