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Call Forwarding IS3000

Call Forwarding IS3000

Call Forwarding IS3000


I've a problem with Call Forwarding at busy lines.

I use the command line


where 1 for busy, 999 for originator, 944 for destination and 1 for intern lines.

I think this command line is correct and when I show dicalf:999; all the info is correct.
So when extension 999 is busy and I call 999 than I get a busy signal and not redirected to 944.

Note that call forwarding when not responding works fine.

Any suggestions are welcome, thanks.

RE: Call Forwarding IS3000


CF on not answering is active on progammation. However by CF on busy, activation is required by dialing *77.

RE: Call Forwarding IS3000

With Call Forwarding - Busy Line, your calls can be forward directly to VoiceMail when you are on the line. By using this feature callers can still leave a VoiceMail message for you even when you're on the phone.  


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