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Forwarding to an outside line..?

Incoming calls often need to be sent to someone out of the office, so how can I forward them to an outside line (saving me from giving out cell numbers)? Thanks!

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Call forward off net needs to be allowed in Class of Service. If it is not than it must be programmed in. If it is than use your forward all code enter 9 and the full phone number.

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