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You can forward an extension that is not used at all, and has the lines assigned to ring that you want to forward to an outside number. In programming have the extensions set to forward on busy to the external number using 9+ the number desired. When you leave for the afternoon, take the handset off the phone, and replace it when you return. NOTE THIS EXTENSION MUST NOT BE USED BY ANYONE -- IF THIS EXTENSION IS BEING USED AND A LINE RINGS IN IT WILL BE FORWARDED OUT.
ok, the link isn't working properly, so I'll try to explain:
step 1 press "program" button, then **1234
step 2 enter 000
press next (or spkr phn button) for date
press next (or spkr phn button) for time
press fwd/dnd button
press fwd/dnd button again
press sel (or auto answer/mute button) to change am/pm
press store (or auto dial/store)
press end (or hold button)
press spkr phn button or pick up hand set and hang up to leave programming mode.
If your telephone system is an NEC IPK, Pro II, or Elite, you should be able to go to extension 100 or 101 and dial Feature 9 and enter the new time. To switch between am and pm, press the Recall key after you enter the new time. If your extension numbers do not include 100 or 101, this should work from the 2 lowest extension numbers. The type telephone you have can be used on other NEC systems, and these instructions will only work on the ones I listed above.