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Wannabe Geek

# 15409 21-Aug-2007 15:57
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Is there any way to set up a call forward for when my VFX is offline? Thank you.

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  # 83158 21-Aug-2007 16:10
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very very shortly there will be...within the next few weeks

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  # 83209 21-Aug-2007 20:07
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But can't you already do this through your Voice portal on your PC ? Unless of course your internet is down.
I have done this before, while they were sorting out a problem with my VFX line.

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Wannabe Geek

  # 83240 21-Aug-2007 21:27
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Thank you!

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  # 83245 21-Aug-2007 22:15
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wmoore: But can't you already do this through your Voice portal on your PC ? Unless of course your internet is down.
I have done this before, while they were sorting out a problem with my VFX line.

I think the question was regarding when the internet connection is down, but yes then you can still go to someone else (or work) and divert it on-line.  Or you can call the help desk (or the voice portal) from another phone and they will divert it for you.  So yes, it can be done manually but soon we will be able to configure VFX to divert when the VFX line is not available/reachable.

Another use is if you are travelling with your VFX box and half of the time don't have internet access.

You can never have enough Volvos!

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