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How cancel voice message without listening to whole message


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Jan 28, 2016 | Uniden DECT 6.0 Cordless Telephone...

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How do I cancel I am here from the station I set it up (mitel phone) or from the station I had forwarded (analog)?


If you forwarded the analog to the digital you probably used a feature access code. So this code will either turn it off if entered into the forwarded phone. Or there is a call forward cancel fac that would turn it off. There may be a clear all features code that programmed that would cancel the forwarding as well. All of these options would need to be dialed from the forwarded (analog) phone.

Apr 08, 2015 | Mitel Superset 4025 Corded Phone...

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Cancel call forward


to cancel intercom call forward press the call forward key again or feature #4
to cancel a line call forward choose the line and dial *73 or whatever the phone company's cancel call forward code is (may be in phone book)

Feb 10, 2015 | NorStar M7324 Telephone

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Call foward


Actually it's your telephone company forwarding the calls. With many phone companies, you dial *73 on your home phone to cancel the call forwarding. If that doesn't do it, contact your telephone company for their instructions regarding call forwarding.

Nov 22, 2013 | Uniden DECT 6.0 Cordless Telephone...

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Uniden phones


To forward calls, dial * 7 2 then the number to forward to. When the other phone rings, answer it to confirm the forwarding. To cancel, press * 7 3.

Jul 17, 2013 | Lands Phones

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Canceling call forwarding from one extention to another


On the extension that is forwarding use Feature #4 to cancel the call forwarding unless it is programmed under the capabilities section in programming. This will require someone with programming ability to make the forwarding change back to the voice mail access number.

May 01, 2013 | NorStar M7310 Corded Phone

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Cancel forward


The most common star code to cancel call forwarding is *73

If that works, be sure to hit the "thumbs-up" button for me.

If it doesn't, post back here and tell me who your phone service provider is, and I can look up their call forwarding codes for you.


Dec 21, 2009 | Uniden Cordless Phone exai398i

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Set up call forwarding


The phone can not do that. You will need to call the company that supplies your dial tone to ask them for the code to forward out.

It is also possible that you do not have that feature.

Nov 24, 2008 | Uniden TRU9480 Cordless Phone

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Call forwarding nec elite


Usually there are codes for call forwarding and forwarding cancel. I always program up *8 for call forward and #8 for call forward cancel. On your phone try a few numbers. First try *1 make sure you are on a phone with a display. Read the display and see what it says. If it is not what you need hangup. Then try the next number *2. Remember the #_ is usually the cancel.
Good Luck
Jerry

Sep 11, 2008 | NEC Electra Elite DTU 16D-2 Corded Phone

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I need to know how can i set call forward from uniden phone to my cell phone


you need to contact your phone company and have the call forwarding feature (if available) activated and follow their instructions. the problem is not the phone.

Jul 24, 2008 | Uniden Lands Phones

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