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Forwarding an extension with the KX-T7630

I need a simple step by step on how to forward my ext. to my cell #..
I can't figure it out using the manual..

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The most apparent problem I encounter with customers when they are trying to program any speed numbers or forwarding into a Panasonic system is that they forget that they MUST enter a "9" in front of the dialing string. Also you should designate the button that you are going to use as a Forward button. Also you MUST have PERMISSION in your particular CLASS OF SERVICE for forwarding to an outside line. This MUST be programmed by your installeror it will never work.

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My Panasonic Phone KX-T7630 rings seventeen (17) times before going to voice-mail. Desired amount of rings before going to voice-mail is four (4) to five (5).


This is just for your phone ringing when it's dialed, not for outside lines ringing on your phone.
From your intercom, dial *7104 (CF No Ans) 500 (if that's your VM extension) # That will flash your FWD/DND light to tell you it's forwarded on No Ans. Now on the intercom, dial *71324 The 713 part tells your phone to forward after xx seconds. 24 is about 4 rings. You can adjust the timing using 6 seconds as a ring cycle.

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You might want to review the Operations Manual (OM) under Call Forwarding to see the complete instructions.

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Are you able to redirect calls coming into the Panasonic KX-T7630 phone system to a mobile handset phone


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.

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Sure. It requires an Operating Manual (OM) and some programming. If you need the manual, here's a link http://public.carl.airpost.net/TDA/200_TDA_OM_06-12.pdf

On page 158 and 168 you can set up the features of the phone.
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If the buttons are labeled, note what it says, then move over to the phone you want to program. Press PROG, the button, then dial the codes from pages 168 forward for each function. It's not that difficult, for example, a DSS for ext 101 would be 1101 STORE, call log is 30100 STORE (or similar).

Each button changes when you press STORE and the feature will move if it has already been stored in another location. HOLD PROG backs you out of programming.

Please rate this solution or acknowledge that you have the manual if you need it as this link will be taken down when you do or by 2/23 if you don't..

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2. Is his call forwarding set (720x 165 #)? 720 sets forwarding for both intercom and outside calls.

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I have seen the same problem with some users (I look after the PABX) so I just go into the maintenance console and set up the foreward to the default voice mail number. Or you can try the following:

CALL FORWARDING HANDSET 1. Press the Speaker Phone Key on your handset 2. Then Press the FWD/DND Key 3. Then select the Forward type you desire - Key 2 - Immediate Key 5 - Busy/No Answer 4. Then dial the internal extension number (eg.444) or voicemail pilot (201) 4a. If forwarding to external number dial 0 then dial outside telephone number 5. Dial # then press the Speaker Phone key

Use the voice mail that is set for your system.

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The phone has a FWD/DND button. Is it lit? Press it and read what the display says. If you don't have any destination, then you need to dial a new forward code. That would be *710x where 4 is no answer and 5 is busy no answer (you get to chose) plus the VM extension and #.

If your VM is 165 and you want to forward no answer calls, you would dial *7104165#.

Hope this helps.

Carl

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