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I did not find any information regarding increasing the length of time of rings of incoming calls in the manual. So, I thought the incoming rings length of time may be dependent upon your cell phone service provider, Vodafone.
I found some information on a Vodafone Support page: https://support.vodafone.co.uk/
How to increase the time before a call goes to voicemail?
Your Vodafone mobile is set to ring for 15 seconds before going to voicemail. You can change how long it rings for, choosing from 5 to 30 seconds in 5-second intervals.
To choose your desired ringing time:
Enter **61*121*11* on your Vodafone mobile
Choose the number of seconds you'd like your phone to ring for, followed by #
A confirmation message will pop up on your screen with your new ring time
For example, if you want to set your Vodafone mobile to ring for 25 seconds, you enter **61*121*11*25#, and press Call. When the message pops up, you'll know it's all done.
It seems that you're sharing your home phone line with your Lexmark fax machine. You can adjust the "pick-up" ring from the printer operator panel by pressing the Setup button > Fax Setup > Ringing and Answering > Pick Up On > select your preferred number of rings before the fax answers. Please note: If you have an answering machine connected to the same line as the fax, set the answering machine to answer incoming calls before the printer does. Increase the number of rings by a factor of 3 over the answering machine. For example, if the answering machine is set to pick up on 4 rings, set the printer to pick up on 7 rings.
If you have a voicemail feature in the same line as the fax, you may subscribe from your phone service provider for a distinctive ring pattern feature. You can program your printer to have a distinctive ring pattern and phone number for incoming faxes.
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Extension call forwarding is controlled by a timer, and they put these things in the manual. If your CF after 2 rings is from a call to a specific extension, from that extension, dial *713 and a 2 digit number from 00-99 seconds on the intercom. Start with 18.
If your call forwarding is from intercept, then you have a system programming issue and need to look in the installer's manual or check with your system programmer.
i would got into your voicemail settings and check to see if you have it set to ring once then straight to vmail.. i'm not sure how your phone is set up completely but i would assume you can adjust the amount of rings before vmail picks up.. is this phone new to you?
hope this helps..