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Call forwarding is a feature of PABX and Public Exchange systems so do you mean the phone rings once and then 'forwards' to another different telephone number ? If so, then you need to contact the company / person controlling your Lines as you cannot change this on your phone.
I'm not familiar with a KX-T6160 system, so do you mean SIX-SIXTEEN-DEE(616d) or SIX-SIXTEEN-TEN (61610)? Either way, the cordless phone works. You need access codes, like 9 for an outside line, FLASH and dial an extension for transfer, 40 for ringing call pickup (on the 61610), and 58x (61610) to pick a line from hold. Your phone system manual has a single line telephone user guide in it.
Unfortunately, The KX-T 61610 system was made before featured cordless handsets were available, but any cordless (or any SLT for that matter) should be able to access any feature in the system providing it uses the SLT feature codes. I've added a Panasonic SLT users guide link for reference.