Custom Calling Features (CCF): Chain Dialing Numbers From a Speed Calling List
You may "chain" speed calling numbers, combining for example, your authorization code from your own short list, and a long distance number from your short list or from a departmental long list. For security reasons, we strongly suggest that you hand dial your authorization number and then use a speed code to dial the long distance number as shown below. Speed codes can also be used to activate features such as DIRECTED CALL PICKUP or CALL FORWARD ALL CALLS.
|What You Do||What You Hear|
|1) Dial "8".||Stutter Dial Tone|
|2) Dial your authorization code.||Confirmation Tone|
|3) If you have a tone dial telephone dial "*", the one- or two-digit address assigned to your stored long distance number, then "#".||Ringing|
|3) If you have a rotary dial telephone dial "71", the one- or two-digit address assigned to your stored long distance number and wait 10 seconds.||Ringing|
Last updated October 22, 2010 @ 2:59 pm