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3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

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Using WinPDM, where can I define a "Transfer" Function for my 3730?

If I go to: "Systems" > "System A" > "PBX Settings" > "In Call Functionality" > "Transfer to New" and set the Value to "On", The feature shows up on my phone however does not work.



Thank you.

ACSS

RE: 3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

Configure the DECT and IPO in provisioning mode and there will be many more features on the DECT phone by default.

BAZINGA!

I'm not insane, my mother had me tested!

RE: 3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

By default the R (Recall) button on the DECT handsets should give you the ability to transfer calls.

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RE: 3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

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Pepp77: That worked, thank you. Star for you.

ACSS

RE: 3730 DECT, Add Transfer Function

Just be careful in that I think you only have 30 seconds before it times out.

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