andreas at kostyrka.org
Tue Feb 13 00:42:01 CET 2007
* Joe Shmoe <anonymous.simpleton at gmail.com> [070213 00:19]:
> Most cell phones don't seem to handle this properly.
> When your phone has no signal, any calls go straight to voicemail. When
> you don't answer your phone, calls go to voicemail after a pre-specified
> number of rings (typically 5).
Just remember, this is implemented by the network, usually by call
forwarding to the voicemail number.
> When someone calls and you want to ignore them (by pressing a button when
> they call), most phones send the call to voicemail as soon as you press
> "Ignore". The whole point of ignoring someone is that the person
> shouldn't KNOW that they are being ignored. Can we get this fixed on
> the Neo?
> Also, it would be nice to have the option to specify that all calls from a
> particular person will always be 'ignored' or always go directly to
This is right, and should probably configurable. OTOH, just remember
that somebody really trying to reach you will start calling with the
So to make this a sure thing, you would need to block all anonymous
calls. Now, out of personal experience I do know that sending the
caller number sometimes doesn't work when roaming => so surpressing
all anonymous calls would also surpress your wife, who happens to be
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