Feature Codes are the keys to access any aspect of the PBX, trigger special features or just performs tricky operations.
Feature codes can start with the * (star) or with the # (sharp) (but you can also configure to allow pure numeric feature codes) and can be associated to a number of actions from any of the possible destinations.
When requested, the special string [NUM] and [EXT] can be used in the feature code. The [NUM] will be replaced with the number dialed. For example, if a feature code is set to *62[NUM] for “Mask the callerid on calling [NUM]” then if the number *625558764 is dialed, then the [NUM] is assigned to the number 5558764.
The [EXT] instead will be replaced with an extension number. If a feature code is set to *8[EXT] to Pickup Extension [EXT] and you have defined extension 100, then dialing *8100, the extension 100 will be picked up.
Feature code *1 is reserved to enable/disable recordings.
|List standard feature codes||Feature Code Description|
|Answer the call||It just answer the call|
|Barge with extension [EXT]||Barge with extension [EXT]|
|Dial by name directory||Access to Dial by name directory menu|
|Dial by name using the [NUM] dialed||Use the dialed [NUM] to call using dial by name|
|Disable FMFM extension||Disable FMFM for the calling extension|