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 Setting Call Forwarding Timers
 Question We have a station in the warehouse that requires a much longer ring time before diverting to voicemail than the rest of the handsets in the offices. How do I do this?   Answer For a detailed programming and explaination please refer to the Feature Programming Manual, the chapter on Call Forwarding-Don't Answer.   There are two ways of setting the Call Forward - Don't Answer (No Answer) timers, the first being set per station and the second set for the whole system.   1. Timer Set Per Station:   The following command sets the station not to use the default timer: CM 1346 > Station Number : 0   The following command sets the alternate system timers for incoming trunk calls in 4 second increments: CM 410 > 100 : x where x = 01 to 30 01 = 4 second delay 02 = 8 second delay 03 = 12 second delay 04 = 16 second delay to 30 = 120 second delay   The following command sets the alternate system timers for internal or assisted calls in 4 second increments: CM 410 > 101 : x where x = 01 to 30 01 = 4 second delay 02 = 8 second delay 03 = 12 second delay 04 = 16 second delay to 30 = 120 second delay   The following command sets the unique STATION timers for incoming trunk calls in 4 second increments: CM E607 > Station Number : y where y = 001 to 120   The following command sets the unique STATION timers for internal or assisted calls in 4 second increments: CM E608 > Station Number : y where y = 001 to 120     2. Timer Set Only For System:   The following command sets the station to use the default system timer: CM 1346 > Station Number : 1   The following command sets the default timers for incoming trunk calls in 4 second increments: CM 410 > 01 : x where x = 01 to 30 01 = 4 second delay 02 = 8 second delay 03 = 12 second delay 04 = 16 second delay to 30 = 120 second delay   The following command sets the default timers for internal or assisted calls in 4 second increments: CM 410 > 15 : x where x = 01 to 30 01 = 4 second delay 02 = 8 second delay 03 = 12 second delay 04 = 16 second delay to 30 = 120 second delay