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Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones ­ Transferring Calls | AT&T Office@Hand
Article #11045

This article describes the Call Transfer feature on your Cisco IP Phone. Click on the links for steps on how to transfer calls on your Cisco IP Phone.

Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones ­ Transferring Calls | AT&T Office@Hand

Active or held calls can be transferred to another person using any of the two transfer types:

  • Attended transfer – ­ You call the person to whom you are transferring the call and either:
    • transfer the call while the phone is ringing.
    • wait for the person to answer before transferring the call
  • Blind transfer – ­ You transfer the call without speaking to the other party to which you are transferring the call.
    Please check the following articles for more information related to this feature:

Transferring Calls via Cisco IP Phones
Using ## in transferring calls

See also:
Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones | Accessing Call Logs | AT&T Office@Hand
Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones | Viewing Call History Lists | AT&T Office@Hand
Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones | Calling from the Call History Lists | AT&T Office@Hand
Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones | Deleting a Number from the Call History Lists | AT&T Office@Hand
Deskphones ­ Cisco IP Phones | Saving a Call History List Number to Your Directory | AT&T Office@Hand
Deskphones ­ Using Cisco IP Phones ­ AT&T Office@Hand

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