Settings > Accounts

You can create up to 100 accounts with VoIP providers or on PBXs on your telephone.
However, before you can get the access data you need to make VoIP calls, you first need to set up accounts with one or more VoIP providers. To do this, use your name and address data to register on the provider's website. After that, you will be assigned one or more phone numbers that can be reached from the land line and the Internet, and also an account with a username and password. The registered connection usually becomes active within a few minutes and can be used very soon after that.
The Account overview under Settings > Accounts shows two different types of account:
These are your own telephone accounts that you created on the telephone or by using its Configuration Manager with the VoIP provider or on a PBX.
These are additional accounts created by the PBX when you set up your own account and which are used for direct or specific exchange line access.
Note: Additional PBX accounts are only generated if an exchange line access number has been entered when the provider/PBX was being created.
Proceed as follows for configuration:
Using the telephone (page  > Settings > Accounts)
Using the telephone (page  > Function keys)

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