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Old 03-05-2009, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there anyway to setup call forwarding through BES 4.1? Seems like I can do just about everything else.
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AFAIK, call forwarding can only be initiated on the device, or by the carrier if the device is not in hand.
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Yep, that is a carrier thing. You can initiate call forwarding through a key combination on phones of any brand (e.g. #62#numbertoforwardto#). With many carriers, the forwarding is canceled after some time. If you need a permanet forwarding, you have to call the carrier.
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