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What you want to do is to activate the call forwarding feature offered by your phone company. Different phone companies have different procedures. With many companies you dial *72 then at the second dial tone dial the number to forward to. This number has to answer the call to activate call forwarding.For precise instructions please contact your telephone company.
I can, but I'm not sure you can. On this side of the pond, we can send an inward CO call to an ICD group which has a forwarded number programmed into it. For example we usually take the owner's station and add 400 to it so his extension may be 110 and 510 is his cell phone. That way, it can be dialed from an intercom, as a transfer, from voice mail, or as a call forward argument.
Ring your engineer if you're not familiar with ICD groups and Panasonic programming. They should be able to guide you and tell you whether it can be done, especially if you have ISDN trunks.