Pick up the headset, dial *72 wait for the fast beeps to end, then dial your cell number. After the cell number rings, pick it up, hang up and your calls are forwarded. (You need to have the call forwarding feature from your land line provider). Dial *73 to release. I do this all the time with my system and it works fine...
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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.
Haven't you solved this yet? When we install a system, we reserve THREE buttons for voice mail functions. One is VM Transfer, one is 2 Way Transfer, and one is VM Record. In order you pick 3 buttons press PROGRAM one of the buttons and dial in order 94 500 STORE 01 500 STORE and 90 500 STORE, assuming your voice mail is on the default extension of 500. To send a call to someone's voice mail you press VMT and his DSS button or dial his extension and hang up. The outside party will get all of his greeting. If you want to prompt the user, like you would if you were taking a pink slip, you press 2W Transfer and his extension and carry on a conversation with the outside party. The message records in their mailbox as a new message. If you want to silently record into your OWN box, you press the VM Record button and your conversation is recorded into your own box as a new or old message, depending on how the system is set up.
There are other variations, including a single button transfer into someone's mailbox and some other features that are covered in you telephone sytsem OM or User's manual under Customizing your phone.
transfer (under screen when on a call) is for internal transfer.
you need the external transfer feature from your phone company,
then a "link" key programmed on your phone. link is also feature 71.
when on a call you hit link or feature 71, then dial the cell or have
speed dial buttons for them,.
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.
I am making the assumption that only line 1 has caller-ID. Both of my suggestions require services on the phone lines themselves, and not thru the phone system.
Line 1 needs features on the line to allow three-way calling. Then you would hit the Recall key after answering to send a Flash to the Central Office to dial the 2nd number. This takes the transfer away from the phone system and puts it on the CO. This requires more time and effort on the staff answering phones, and if a calls comes in while this is in progress, it's going to roll over to another number in the hunt sequence anyway.