|Call Forwarding ensures that the user’s calls are covered when they are away from their work area.|
You can set up Call Forwarding to reroute all calls or just outside calls. If an extension with forwarding set for outside calls only receives a screened Transfer, the initial voice-announcement broadcasts at the extension. When the caller hangs up to complete the transfer, the outside call forwards as programmed.
Extension user’s can chain Call Forwards. For example, extension 301 can forward all calls immediately to 304, which in turn can forward all calls immediately to extension 302. Any co-worker calling 301 or 304 goes to 302 instead. If extension 302 is Call Forwarded to voice mail, callers to 301 or 304 go directly to 302’s mailbox.
Call Forwarding cancel allows a keyset user to dial a code to simultaneously cancel all Call Forwarding system-wide. The extension must have access level 4 or 5 set up in 2102-04: User Programming Access Level [Stations: Config: Setup: Access (2102): Program Level]
|Call Forwarding Key BLF|
|This ﬂash rate:||Means:|
|Off||Call Forwarding is disabled.|
|Fast ﬂash||The extension is in the Call Forwarding programming mode.|
|Slow ﬂash||Call Forwarding is enabled at the extension.|
While the extension is idle , pressing the bin key puts the extension in the Call Forwarding programming mode - the same as pressing INTERCOM and dialing *3.
Keyset users will hear a single conﬁrmation beep after enabling or cancelling Call Forwarding. Single line telephone users will hear Intercom dial tone after enabling or cancelling Call Forwarding.