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Re: Need help forwarding phones
The programming on the Samsung should be set so that your highest line number is selected when you call out, this leaves your first line available for incoming calls. If you want to access line 701 from any phone you should be able to just dial 701 instead of dialing " 9 ". Let me know how is goes. ...Mike
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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)
Call forwarding needs to be activated by your phone company and then set up through your account settings. The phone itself cannot forward calls. You would need a two-line phone with call forwarding features and two separate phone lines to accomplish call forwarding locally.
There are several methods. Phone company provided call forwarding instantly sends calls to a phone number you set on your main phone line, that you turn on with *72 + the destination # and turn off with *73. Or "Call Forwarding No Answer" that transfers the call after several rings to a pre-determined number, all setup by the phone company on your main line. Or, on the Panasonic systems (there are many), you do the same using several code choices, a bit more complicated. Your installer must set the system to allow the system to send calls to an outside line, and you must have more than one line because the destination number is dialed on a different line than the line that's receiving the call. Your Panasonic "Operating Manual" lists these codes and methods with instructions, you'll find them listed in the table of contents under "Call Forwarding" with step by step pictured instructions.
If the featured is enabled at the phone company, grab the main line, enter call forward code (maybe *72), get stutter tone, dial your cell number, hang up. In the morning cancel forwarding, access main line, dial cancel code ( maybe *73), hang up.
Yes. Call forwarding is a feature provided by your telephone company, not a feature of any phone, and the procedure is dependent on the company. For some telephone companies, for example, you forward a call by dialing *72, waiting for a second dial tone, then dial the number to which you want calls forwarded. Please contact your telephone company for their exact procedure.
Call Forwarding is a feature provided by your local phone company. If you already have that feature then use this manual for reference on usage. http://www.rca4business.com/products/pc/pdf/instruction-book/25250RE1.pdf
If you switched phone companies and the feature stopped working you probably had Call Forward Busy/No Answer from AT&T. If you use the call forwarding in the phone it will use two phone lines for the entire length of the call. Call Comcast and have them add Call Forward Busy/No Answer and tell them the number you would like your calls forwarded to and the ring cycle (the number of rings on no answer).
The DN may not be configured to allow forwarding to an outside line for security reasons. I think the default is 4 digits. You will need to talk to whomever programs your switch and ask them to allow this feature.