Delay is the number of seconds that pass before this endpoint begins ringing.
Require Key Press to Accept Transferred Calls This is a protective setting that should always be enabled if your forwarding calls to a cell phone.
The keypress sends a requirement to cell phones to dial '1' in order to take inbound business calls. This protects other devices from losing their chance to ring for inbound calls.
-Cell phones without the keypress protection enabled can immediately send calls to the cell's voicemail when out of batteries, signal, or service resulting in a loss of business calls.
-If your forwarding calls to another business number that also requires a keypress (like a menu system) the Ringbyname Keypress setting should be disabled to protect inbound business calls.
Show The Caller ID of the Person Calling When enabled, the caller ID of the caller is what you'll see on inbound calls. When disabled, you'll see the business number that the customer dialed. Disabling this feature is useful if you have an answering service and would prefer to know which of your business numbers a customer called instead of who it is that is calling.
Ring my Devices for __ Rings This controls the number of times your devices will ring.