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Cisco UCM 7 Forwarding Multiple Lines on Phone

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I have an Admin with four line appearances.  When she goes to a meeting she wants to forward all call to her cell phone.  The CFwdALL button appears to only be associated with her line.  Is there way to have all line appearances forward to her cell phone?  Thanks!
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She must log into her user page http:<cm ip address>/ccmuser and select the lines she wants to forward.
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Thank you.
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