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Call forwarding how can i forward my call or assign my call to some other extention when i am not on seat

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  • shelarm Aug 07, 2008

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    When I am keeping some body on HOLD, he or she dosen't get any tune or message that "Your are on Hold"



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Lift the handset, press the FWD/DND button, dial 2 and the extension you want your calls to forward to, you should get a comformation tone, hang up the handset.

Cancel the fordwarding by lifting the handset, press the FWD/DND button, dial 0 , get tone, hang up.

Good Luck

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