In D&D 3.5e, teleportation circle is the name of a 9th-level conjuration spell. The purpose of the spell is to create a circle that remains for 10 minutes, and subjects everyone who enters it in that time to a greater teleport to a specific location.
In 5e, however, teleportation circle refers to a 5th-level conjuration spell. This spell also creates a circle, and everyone who enters it before the end of the caster's next round is teleported to pre-existing, identical circle. A receiving circle can be made by casting this spell in the same place every day for a year.
Is there any official way to replicate the effects of the 5e version of this spell in 3.5e? If not, would it cause any inherent problems if it were put in the game as a custom spell?