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Setting branch derivation

Setting branch derivation

Setting branch derivation


I'd like to know how to set and reset a branch derivation (ie. boss to secretary) lets say a call reachs extension 4640 and if nobody answers it, automatically redirect the call to, lets say, extension 4601.

I'd also like to know what derivations are enabled.

Thanks in advance,


RE: Setting branch derivation

Hi Mauricio,

call diversion or forwarding

In OM-Book chapter 6
It is possible forwarding a call to another DNR or erase by


Try with ?, to see which parameters possible

i.e     0  Type no answer
     4640  originator
     4601  destination
       ,,  unit, omit if only one
       30  time in sec, if omit, NETIMER007 default 15 sec?
        2  only for external calls

dicalf:<DNR>; to look out for call forwarding

for boss/secretary  I would take boss on key, secreatary makes a pickup. Boss has  key for absent/present.
this is another theme.
please try it and ask if you want more details

good luck  pipe      


RE: Setting branch derivation

 You could use the exec,sect arrangement group.
its allows call forwarding, absent member etc.
Its in the manual and i dont have mine with me.

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