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Old 03-04-2010, 09:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I left my handset at home on charge this morning - is there a way I can remotely activate a divert to another phone so that I don't miss calls? (Or do I have to go home and get my phone!!?)

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You have to go home.
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Or if it is possible, call your carrier to set up call forwarding for you.

(I've done this before for customers, but I'm not sure about your carriers capabilities)
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Noodle - I've been told that the carrier can do this and that there may be a way to do it via their website online, but I was hoping there may be a UK user also on the O2 network who could talk me through the process.

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BlackBerry's legendary security means you won't be able to access your device remotely. I never even thought of going through the O2 website. Dunno if they offer that service, but if they do I bet the site will pretty much walk you through the necessary steps.
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Call customer service and see if they have the ability, I can't tell you. You may not get a quick enough response if you wait around here, so why don't you call?

I just know with my system, I can set it up for my customers, but I don't work for your carrier.
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