Polycom SoundStation IP, SoundPoint, Polycom Trio, VVX Business Media Phones and VVX Business IP phones have the capability to store speed dials.
A Polycom Trio in Skype for Business mode will not have the Local Contacts enabled. Please use this configration to enable this if required:
<test feature.directory.enabled="1" />
These Speed Dials can also be utilized to Display a Name instead of a Number for an incoming call as explained => here <= in the Incoming Call Identification section.
The Number of Speed Dials can be programmed depending on the different phone models.
|Phone||Maximum File Size||Maximum Number of Contacts in File|
|VVX 101, 150, 201||Not available||99|
|VVX 3xx series||4MB||500|
|VVX 4xx series||4MB||500|
|VVX 500/501 and 600/601||4MB||500|
|VVX 1500||102400 bytes||9999|
|SoundStructure VoIP Interface||Not applicable||Not applicable|
|Polycom Trio 8500||4MB||3000|
|Polycom Trio 8800||4MB||3000|
Note: For an actual updated list always check the "Maximum Capacity of the Local Contact Directory" section within the Admin Guide matching your Software
SoundStation IP and SoundPoint Phones (UC Software 4.0.0 or later):
VVX and Trio phones do not support the above
Setting up a Speed Dial on a VVX Phone (example VVX600)
Manually Setting up a Speed Dial on a Polycom Trio 8800 or Trio 8500 is the same and follows the same principle as already shown for the VVX example:
Setting up a Speed Dial on a SoundStation / SoundPoint Phone (example SPIP650)
Old Telephony systems had the ability to simply dial a 1 or 2 digit code if the user remembered this as part of a speed dial.
Poly phones can do this via enabling a favourite index on a Speed Dial:
The above Speed Dial has an index of 1
Dialling on the phone 1# will display the Number:
Selecting the suggested value lets a user dial this.