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Call forwarding is a service offered by your telephone company, and the procedure varies from company to company. Please contact your telephone company for their procedures for forwarding calls (and cancelling call forwarding).
Yes. Call forwarding is a feature provided by your telephone company, not a feature of any phone, and the procedure is dependent on the company. For some telephone companies, for example, you forward a call by dialing *72, waiting for a second dial tone, then dial the number to which you want calls forwarded. Please contact your telephone company for their exact procedure.
That is not possible on the Partner ACS. The oONLY thing that would be close to what you want is Remote Call Forward.
As long as you have a Partner ACS release 6 or higher,
You need to set the permissions on a phone, then set that phone to forward out to teh external number. Then when calls come in, you transfer to that phone, which will forward to a cell or external number....boom, done!
The Nortel call forwarding (feature 4) is for forwarding the ringing and intercom from one extension to another.ex. if you were going to be working in the conference rm. instead of at your desk,with the forward on to the conference rm. extension, the calls you get at your desk will transfer to the conference rm. phone. Call forwarding through your service provider is done by accessing the telephone line you wish to forward, dial *72 (you should get dialtone reordered)and dial the telephone number to where you want the calls to be forwarded to. the party on where your forwarding the line to has to answer the line for the forward to take place. to remove call forwarding , access the line you have the forward on and dial * 73, you should recieve a stuttered dialtone for confirmation that the service is off
If it were my choice, I'd set up an ICD number and forward that to an outside number. Something like pick 400 or 600 plus your extension like 605 (they tend to be defined by default), and go into the group fwd command to dial your cell numbers.
Any call placed from anywhere, either VM, internal, or transfer will go out on another line and dial your cell...assuming you put the fwd number in both places.