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Make sure your most important calls get to you. Selective Call Forwarding allows you to set up a list of important phone numbers that will forward to an outside phone number when they call you.

When the Selective Call Forwarding feature has been activated, only incoming calls that appear on your Selective Call Forwarding List will be forwarded to the remote location.

You may program up to 15 numbers on your Selective Call Forwarding List to forward to the outside line One short ring will be heard on your telephone when calls are being forwarded.

When an incoming call is received from a telephone number which appears on the Selective Call Forwarding List, end-users will receive a distinctive ring (short, long, and short).

Enable

  1. Lift the receiver and press *63. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of the * key. For example *69 is 1169 on rotary phones.
     
  2. When prompted, enter the phone number you would like calls forwarded to. Enter the number as area code followed by the number (nnn-nnn-nnnn).
     
  3. Verify the number when read back to you by pressing 1. If the number is incorrect, press 0 and repeat the previous step.
     

 

Disable

  1. Lift the receiver and press *83. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of the * key. For example *69 is 1169 on rotary phones.
     
  2. The system will say, "Selective Call Forwarding is now off. There are xx entries on your list. You may dial now or wait for instructions."
     

 

Adding numbers to your list

  1. Lift the receiver and press *63. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of the * key. For example *69 is 1169 on rotary phones.
     
  2. When prompted, press # to add a number to your call forwarding list. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 12 in place of #.
     
  3. When prompted, dial the number you wish to add to the call forwarding list. Enter the number with the area code first, followed by the remainder of the number (nnn-nnn-nnnn).
     
  4. After entering the desired number press #. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 12 in place of #.
     
  5. The system will verify the number with you before continuing
     
  6. To save changes, hang up
     

 

Removing numbers from your list

  1. Lift the receiver and press *63. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of the * key. For example *69 is 1169 on rotary phones.
     
  2. When prompted, press * to add a number to your call forwarding list. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of *.
     
  3. When prompted, dial the number you wish to remove from your call forwarding list. Enter the number with the area code first, followed by the remainder of the number (nnn-nnn-nnnn).
     
  4. After entering the desired number press *. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of *.
     
  5. The system will verify the number with you before continuing
     
  6. To save changes, hang up
     

 

Review numbers on your list

  1. Lift the receiver and press *63. Rotary dial telephones will need to dial 11 in place of the * key. For example *69 is 1169 on rotary phones.
     
  2. When prompted, press 1
     
  3. The system will read the first number in the list, followed by a beep before continuing through your list.
     
  4. Following the final number in the list the system will say, "This is the last number of your list."
     
  5. To save your list, hang up
     

 

Repeat main menu instructions

  1. Main menu instructions can be repeated at any time by pressing 0