Flexible Feature Codes
Flexible feature codes are used by the PBX to enable or disable certain features. This is an incomplete list of the feature codes in use on the new PBX.
|Code||Feature||Feature Description||Old Philips Code|
|*14||RDLN||Redial last number||14|
|*2||PURN†||Pickup ringing number|
|*32 + action (7 = external calls, 8 = all calls, 9 = deactivate)||SFAC†||Secretarial filtering access code||*32 / #32|
|*35||SSPU||System speed call user|
|*39||GHTA†||Group hunt termination allowed|
|#39||GHTD†||Group hunt termination denied|
|*44 + extension||CFWA||Call forward all calls activate|
|#44||CFWD||Call forward all calls deactivate|
|*48||MSBA‡||Make set busy activate||*58|
|#48||MSBD‡||Make set busy deactivate||#58|
|*64 + old password + new password + new password||SCPC||Station control password change|
|*675 + account + # + number||FCAR†||Force charge account||*67|
|*69 + auth code + number||AUTH‡||Authorisation|
|#72||CPAC‡||Call park access||+|
|*75||ELKA||Electronic lock activate||new|
|#75||ELKA||Electronic lock deactivate||new|
|*9||BNRA||Busy number redial||2|
|#9||BNRD||Busy number redial deactivate||#2|
Dialing an octathorpe/hash (#) on SIP phones is sometimes tricky, as most SIP phones use this as an end-of-dial indicator. For this reason, and feature code that starts with a hash can also be dialled with two stars (e.g. #44 can be dialled as **44).
† these are only relevant if your extension is provisioned for the appropriate service.
‡ these are not authorised by default, and must be specifically requested (most codes can be individually denied, but some are allowed by default).
Please note that these feature codes are still work-in progress and may/will change!