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  1. If you are using our KAZOO environment … ever want to secretly change the device you’re using during a call? For example, You are driving and started a call on your cell phone and now. you’re back at your desk you want to move the call to a different phone. OR Your call is running overtime and you need to head out to pick up your kids but don’t want to miss out on the rest of the conversation OR You need to answer the door down three flights of stairs and sign for a package and your call is on a softphone on your desktop, so you want to move it to a mobile device. Follow these steps: From the device you want to move TO [device B]: Dial the feature code listed in SmartPBX under Feature Codes // Miscellaneous // Move. We use the code 6683. (M-O-V-E) The call will terminate on the device you were on [device A], and continue on [device B] NOTES: Both devices must be assigned to the same user. The devices must be in the same account. Unlike most feature codes, this does NOT accept a * in front of it.
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