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When on a call you would like to transfer, try pressing the FEATURE button then dial 70 followed by the extension number you are transferring to. Typically the transfer button is one of the programmable buttons, try pressing the FEATURE button then dial *0 and press one of the programmable buttons to identify what it is programmed as.
If your telephone doesn't have a transfer button programmed press feature *3, the button you want the transfer button to be, and enter feature 70.
While on the call press the transfer button (or press feature 70) and the extension you want to transfer to.If you want a screened transfer, wait til the extension called answers,and ask if they wish to talk to the caller on the line. if they dont, pick up the caller off hold. if they want to talk to them hang up and they'll recieve the call. If you want to blind transfer, hang up after youpress transfer and dial the extension and they'll get the call without screening.
If you are asking about Outside Auto Dial numbers (a "speed dial" number programmed to a button), follow these steps:
1. Leave the handset down
2. Dial "Feature (star) 1"
3. Press the button to be programmed
4. Enter the "speed dial" number
5. Press button under "OK" on the horizontal display.
The group of 12 buttons on top of an M7310 phone are Dual-Memory buttons, each can hold 2 speed dial numbers. When you press the button, you are using the Lower Memory location. When you press the Shift button (triangle-shaped button on the right) and the a Dual-Memory button, you are using the Upper Memory location. Good Luck!