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Transfer all incoming calls to a mobile

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I am looking to transfer all calls ringing at the switchboard to a mobile phone. Is there a way of doing this?

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Hi how do you do it? I tried following the instructions in the book and then calling the phone and it just rings without transferring?

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Yes but it refers to a term known as call forwarding. This is expensive if you're paying for it as you pay for each call that comes into your mobile. Also it tends to you either having to negotiate with your service provider or having to route all the calls through a mobile phone.

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When a call comes in and I transfer to my boss' extension, incoming calls do not come through, caller states phone keeps on ringing. Also on that same extension calls do not transfer to voice mail.


  • Begin the transfer. With the caller on the line, press the "Transfer" key. The caller will automatically be placed on hold and you will hear a dial tone.
  • Connect the caller to the other party. Dial the extension of the party you wish to reach. When you hear the extension ring or after you've announced the caller, complete the transfer by pressing "Transfer" a second time. If the person does not wish to receive the call, press "Release" to disconnect from the dialed extension. Press the key beside the flashing arrow on the LCD indicator where the various lines are displayed to return to the caller.
  • Cancel an incomplete transfer. If you make an error when dialing and need to retrieve the caller, simply press the key beside the flashing arrow on the LCD indicator.

  • Park an incoming call. Parking a call at a designated extension allows the recipient to answer the call from any phone in the facility. With the caller on the line, press the "Park" key twice. If your system designates a particular extension for parked calls, the caller will be held at that extension. Otherwise, the caller is held at your extension. To specify an extension for a parked call, press "Park," dial the desired extension and press "Park" a second time. Replace the handset.
  • Retrieve a parked call. On any system phone, press "Park" and dial the extension on which the call is parked. You will be connected to the caller.

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Don't know how to transfer incomming calls, keep loosing someone


By pressing credle then dial the number to whom you want to do.

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Trying to Transfer a Line to Ring at anothers desk after 4 rings.


When my boss is on the phone she wants all incoming calls to bounce to my line. or ring so she knows an incoming call is coming. what can we do?

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Transfering calls


It sounds like your dealer didn't properly set up incoming call distribution groups. They probably just gave you the "default" settings and left you a manual, took the check and said, "Good bye, and good luck!"

I think you mean transfer instead of forward. Your incoming calls should go through an Incoming Call Group - even if you're the only person in the group. Then you can handle the calls as they come in, transfer them out, and if you run out of buttons the system can even queue the calls up until you can get to them.

We have a support package that allows us to make all the changes you need over the Internet for a flat annual fee. If you want your whole system to work properly and all changes to be made for you at a flat budget, call us at 877-236-8376.

Jul 09, 2008 | Panasonic KX-T7633 Corded Phone

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Can I forward an incoming call to an outside line?


External transfer to Mobile 1. Transfer 2. press 1 and external # 3. Wait for ringing 4. press feature then transfer 5. hang up

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How to save text message? and how assining tone to incoming sms?


you can transfer your text messages to your PC by installing a software on your PC called Jeyo Mobile Companion. download this software, install it and then connect your phone with the PC. once synchronized, you will be able to transfer all your text messages to your PC as a "Notepad" document! i hope this works for yah.. for your other question, go to start then settings, then "sounds and notifications", then go to the "notifications" tab, then in the "event" pull down menu select "messaging:new text message" and then check the "play sound" check box and then select any sound you would like. simple isn't it? ;)

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Simply want to turn ringer off at my phone for external incoming calls


How do you want to be notified? How do you determine if a call is for you? Does an operator answer the call and transfer it to your extension? If so, you just need to change programming for your phone so it does not ring for incoming calls. It would still ring if a call is transfered to you. Programming is changed in the phone system, not the telephone. Your phone can be used on different Nortel systems that program differently so you need to find out which system you have and locate the manual for that or pay a local installation company to make the changes.

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Phone won't ring


Hi Melissa,

 

The phone system (cpu, Brains, Switch) is set for auto answer on your Ext. Either power was lost, programming changed or something along those lines. It is global, so if a call "rings" @ your phone, (any call) you can just lift the receiver and speak.

 

It sounds like the associated phone lines ringing in "lost" memory of your extension. Therefore it must be programmed or in the case of a toshiba system it has a software "glitch or bug". usually due to "I don't know". So I usually find a change was done to ringing by the vendor or just power loss to the system.

there are a million variables because it was manufactured in asia usually. I would need some more info. to be sure. I can tell you it is NOT your phone. try to reset the phone by unplugging for a minute , if no luck you will need the vendor to reset your Ext. with a laptop or do it yourself with the codes from the main or switchboard ext. I am sure I can give you the info to do this and make it ring again, but you are best off calling the dealer in case fat fingers get wild . you could do much harm by trying by one wrong entry and it is what I call Jinglish ( Japanese English or bad translation) in the manual. $80 or so is worth it , mostly if someone was out to change stuff while you where gone.

 

Or jus unplug the phone system and wait 1 minute before plugging it back in,  that will reset the system kind of like rebooting windows and forcing it to re - load the system.

 

Good luck, let me know.

 

 

Bob

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Call will not Transfer to Voice Mail


Typically you want your phone system to ring your phones (say extension 10, 11 and 15) and then if no one answers after so many rings the call is transfered to the port the voice mail is on (let's say it's port 16) The voice mail is set to answer right away but does not "ring" until the call is transfered to it. This way (at 4 rings) if a call comes in on line 1 and you answer after 3 rings but a call comes in on line 2 at the same time, the first ring on line 2 will not make the total = 4 and set off the voice mail. I would guess the port at your voice mail is not set to ring and nothing is set up to transfer calls to your voice mail. Did you set this up yourself? How did you program the phone system?

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