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I've been using Google Voice for work, i have it setup to forward to my Cell Phone.

Now we just got RingCentral VoIP phones, and I have added it to Google Voice and verified it.

When someone calls me, it works as I would like, rings my office phone number and my cell phone.

However, when i call my Google Voice number, my office phone does ring, but it does not answer the call like it would from my cell phone. Am i missing something on the settings?
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by:Aaron Tomosky
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You mean the cell phone voicemail answers before the office phone voicemail? Can you give more details please?
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by:Cobra25
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No, when someone calls the GV number by office rings too (as it should). But when i pick up my office, I dont hear anything...any my cell phone is sitll ringing, so it doesnt seem like the call is being answered properly by my office phone.
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Moved to ring central. This can be deleted.
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No longer relevant.
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