Tips for O2 members regarding call waiting, call divert etc.
If you’re not reachable, you can:
- Activate diverts by pressing * * 62 * 901 # [send]
- Cancel diverts by pressing # # 62 # [send]
- Check the status of your divert by pressing * # 62 # [send]
To divert calls when your phone is busy:
- Press * * 67 * 901 # [send] to activate
- Press # # 67 # [send] to cancel
- Check status by pressing * # 67 # [send]
To divert calls when there’s no reply:
- Press * *61 * 901 * 11 * number of seconds # [send]
- Cancel by Pressing # # 61 # [send]
- Check status by pressing * # 61 # [send]
Note: You only need to press * 11 * if you want to change the length of time your phone rings before it goes to Voicemail. It’s normally set to 30 seconds, but if you prefer, you can amend this to 5 – 25 seconds in increments of five seconds.
To divert all calls:
- Key * * 21 * 901 # [send]
- Cancel by keying # # 21 # [send]
- Check status by keying * # 21 # [send]
To cancel all your diverts:
Call waiting lets you take another call when you’re already on the phone. Just dial *43# [send] and you’ll be able to see if someone’s trying to get through when you’re already on a call. It’s free to all O2 customers.
Next set of tips is for those of you wanting to use Exchange (whether business or personal) rather than Live for your contacts and calendar.
- Outlook in Office 2010 will enable you to have 2 Exchange accounts on the same profile! This means that if you have a business and personal exchange account you can have them both open on one Outlook at the same time and it means you can do the same drag and drop as if you had used the Outlook connector to link to Live!
- When setting up the Exchange accounts on the phone, remember – the Server is the OWA address not the actual server address.
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