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This is a "Class Of Service" function. The out-ot-box default setting is generally 3 rings. However, different extensions can be set to each forward to VM after differing number of rings, but each phone will need to be assigned its own specific Class Of Service and the Call forward timers defined accordingly in those classes of service. Normally your system manager will define several classes of service with different forward-no-answer timers then assign those COS to people who request specific call forward timing. The default is usually 3 rings. Hope this helps
go to the website http://www.telecom.toshiba.com/ go to the call forward settings in the book turn off Call forward All and turn on Call Forward NA (No Answer) by default it should go to the VM system. If it does not figure out what you dial in the keypad when you want VM to answer.
Sounds like your service provider(Verizon) has your phone line setup to forward to voicemail on no answer after 2 rings. Call your service provider's customer service number and request that the number of rings for forward no answer be increased to at least 5, then your answer machine can receive and answer your calls after 4 rings but if your line is busy callers can leave a message with your Verizon voicemail service. If you don't want Verizon voicemail to answer any of your calls, you could have them disable the voicemail service. When you call the service provider have a recent bill ready because they may request your account number before they will make any changes.
Hi I have posted a video for you which shows how to forward calls, you need to find out what the Voice Mail number is, so that you can set the forward to this number. there are various options for forwarding, 'All Calls' and 'Busy , No answer' are the best options, if the one uploaded is wrong chech out 'abbeytel' on Youtube where you will find the right one. Just to note that if you want to forward to your cell this is no problem. Further info vist www.abbeytelecom.com
It's not and they're idiots. The hunt sequence you describe CF-No answer is part of their arrangement, probably Centrex/Centranet.
This is one of the sloppiest setups they can possibly give you, but it relates to destinations for CF busy and CF no answer. Get someone who has a clue and tell them to adjust the time on the No Answer part, or, better yet, give you something that really works.