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Always means that calls received when this call handling mode is active are always forwarded
to the specified destination number. When you select Always, you can also specify the
Always destination, which is the number that you want calls forwarded to, or you can accept
No answer means that calls received when this call handling mode is active will be forwarded
to the specified destination number only when you do not answer your phone or when your
phone is unable to accept additional calls. You can also configure the following options or
accept the defaults:
When you select No answer, you can also configure the following options or accept the
No answer destination Specify the number you want calls forwarded to when you do not
Number of rings Specify the number of times the phone rings before the call is
Busy destination Specify the number to forward the call to if your extension is busy.
Never means that calls received when this call handling mode is active will never be
6. For the Simulring option, select On or Off depending on whether you want the phones that you
have configured through ShoreTel Communicator to ring simultaneously with your extension.
(However, if you choose to always forward calls to another number, your extension does not ring.)
7. After setting options, press the Back soft key.
The changes are saved.
8. Do one of the following:
To set the selected call handling mode as the active call handling mode, press the OK soft key.
To continue without changing the call handling mode, press the Cancel soft key.
9. Press the Exit soft key.
Changing Your Automatic Off-Hook Preference to
If you frequently use a headset with your phone, you might want to designate your headset as the
audio path that is automatically activated when you place or receive calls. The speakerphone is
the default automatic off-hook preference.
1. Press the Options soft key.
2. Enter your voicemail password, and press the OK soft key.