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Forwarding calls to Cell phone

Forwarding calls to Cell phone

Forwarding calls to Cell phone

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Hello. I am somewhat familiar with the 9600 system. I need assistance in setting up an extension to forward to someone's cell phone. Could someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks.

RE: Forwarding calls to Cell phone

You just need to assign a destination number to his cell phone number. Then program a DND button on his phone and set the system forwarding for DND to this destination number. When the button is pushed all calls will roll to the cell number.

RE: Forwarding calls to Cell phone

With release 15 COS feature number 505 will allow the user to fwd off site via there fwd button . fwd button 9 + wait for conformation

RE: Forwarding calls to Cell phone

You may also call fwd to a pre programmed auto dial button on the phone.

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