You would need to have who ever programs your PBX or office system open that up for you. These days you may not want to open that door for fraud reasons, if someone hacks in the system, you give them acess to call anywhere anytime.
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Dial 50(forwarding program number) on the keypad
Dial one of the following single digits for the condition you want
1-DND(Do Not Disturb)
2-All calls forwarded
3-Busy calls forwarded
4-No answer calls forwarded
5-Busy/No answer calls forwarded
Dial the voicemail access code(default is usually 500; this is the number that will ring voicemail)
Lift handset or press to end
If this is a Panasonic KXTDA50, 100 or 200 it must be done from the programming phone normally ext. 101.
From this phone press the program button, dial *#1234, dial program number 004, press enter, now you dial the ext or scroll with the silver pad to the desired ext. and change the name. Letters are entered just like a cell using the keypad, press enter when done and you can go to the next name. When finished press the exit button a few times to back all the way out.
You have to know how to get into programming, and it depends on the type of telephone lines you have... if you have regular analog lines, on a out bound call transfer there is going to be line degragation. Meaning that the outgoing call is not going to be of the best quality.
Secondly, you have to see how many telephone lines you have, if you have 3 analog trunks, with a call forwarding to a cell phone, you will be using up 2 lines... 1 incoming and 1 outgoing to your cell. This leaves 1 trunk for incoming or outgoing callers.