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I'm on the AT&T network and I want to forward all my calls to my Google Voice number except for calls from my google voice number.

I believe I need to use AT&T's custom call forwarding codes to do this. Can someone point me to them?

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The calling codes are here: http://www.wireless.att.com/learn/basics/choosing-features-services/call-forwarding.jsp

I used call forwarding no reply:

 Call Forwarding No Reply: Dial *61* plus the 10-digit number to which your
 calls should be forwarded and #. Press
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How do you shorten the number of rings? Taking this approach AT&T rings many times, then Google voice rings many times. Longer than most would wait to leave a message. – Praxiteles Feb 23 at 5:00
@Praxiteles I don't think I ever figured that out and I stopped forwarding. – David Silva Smith Feb 24 at 13:57

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