Basic features Doorphone — A call can be initiated to a pre-assigned destination (an extension, department, mailbox, auto-attendant branch ID, or Esi-Link location) by pressing the CALL button on the ESI Presence Management RFID Reader. Manual door lock control (remote door unlock) — Where an ESI Presence Management RFID Reader is installed, a call can be made to a station, department, mailbox, auto-attendant branch ID, or Esi-Link location by pressing the CALL button. If a user answers that call, the user can then use the remote door unlock feature key to unlock the associated door. The user remains connected to the doorphone when using the remote door lock control feature. The CALL button destination can be different for day and night modes. Important: Only ESI desktop phones can be used to remotely unlock the door. The code for the remote door unlock feature key is 5 8 1. RFID features Automatic door control — Electronic keys are allowed, or restricted from, activation of electric door strike locks via programming. Each electronic key that’s allowed door control is assigned the extension number(s) (or “ALL” for all Readers) of the RFID Readers for which it’s allowed to control door locks. Authentication confirmation — When an RFID Reader scans an electronic key, and the system validates or rejects the electronic key for door control, the RFID Reader will display a message and play a tone or optional greeting. Valid electronic keys receive the message WELCOME or GOODBYE. Rejected electronic keys receive the message ACCESS DENIED. Access schedules — Each electronic key may be allowed to open doors at any time, or allowed and restricted at certain times of day and day of week, by assigning the tag number to any one of seven programmable schedules. DSS and DND key presence indication — DSS keys assigned with an electronic key user’s extension or mailbox number can provide a unique indication when that person is out of the office. Personal Call Routing — Electronic key users that have phone extensions can have the option of pre-assigning features that are applied automatically when tagging in or out. One or more of the following features can be set: • Personal greeting selection (greeting 1, 2, or 3). • Call forward all calls (to a voice mailbox, extension, department, Esi-Link location, or external number) or send all calls directly to voice mail. • Voice mail message delivery/notification on/off. Electronic key users associated with guest mailboxes can only select a personal greeting. Quiet time — Each electronic key user can schedule a “quiet time” for each day of the week, during which the system automatically turns off message notification and/or call forwarding (if assigned). For example, calls that would have forwarded are, instead, directed to voice mail. Time and attendance management — Provided by the optional software package, WaspTime1, for time and attendance tracking, reporting, and integration with popular payroll and financial packages. Door-ajar alarm2 — Some doors will generate an alarm if the door has been left open for too long. If this alarm is generated by the door, a message will appear in the display of the phones that ring when the CALL button is pressed.