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key sequence to call forward pana cordless to cell phone?

key sequence to call forward pana cordless to cell phone?

key sequence to call forward pana cordless to cell phone?

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I use a Pana KXT7xxx cordless phone for my primary extension at work connected to a KXTD1232/TVS100 combo.  My cordless is a pre-7800 series phone with no LCD screen (only LED's).

When I leave the office I would like to program my extension to transfer all incoming calls to my cell phone via a CO.

I cannot seem to locate in all the various pana manuals I have the sequence to accomplish this.  Can someone familiar with this series of cordless handsets please provide the keying sequence to program then cancel this feat?

Thanks a million in advance.

Bob

RE: key sequence to call forward pana cordless to cell phone?

To call forward to an outside line:

-Press [intercom] 7106 9 (phone number) #

Don't forget that you will have to return your phone to normal forwarding when you return to your desk.

For busy / no answer forwarding to voice mail

-Press [intercom] 7105X (X represents your VPS extension, usually 165)

If you have call waiting enabled you would want to use no answer forwarding to voice mail.

-Press [intercom] 7104X (X represents your VPS extension, usually 165)


Outside line transfer may not be allowed by your class of service.  The default is disabled.  Call duration is also limited by class of service.

Chris

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