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Old 04-11-2007, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i had blackberry 8100 , i want to filet coming phone, so for the phone i did not want to asnwer it automatic reject ,did anybody know how blackberry 8100 do this?
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i had blackberry 8100 , i want to filet coming phone, so for the phone i did not want to asnwer it automatic reject ,did anybody know how blackberry 8100 do this?
Uhm . . . what was that Borat? I honestly have no clue what you are inquiring about. Restate your question for further assistance.

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Old 04-11-2007, 11:57 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Uhm . . . what was that Borat? I honestly have no clue what you are inquiring about. Restate your question for further assistance.
I think he wants to know how to set up a block list for incoming calls. A list that will reject the call automatically if a number on it calls. Well atleast i think. I dont have an answer for you, but i tried my best to clarify your question.
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I don't think this can be done.
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If he wants to reject all phone calls and just to use the device for data only, then you might still be able to disable the phone option under the application loader.

If you want to block only certain phone calls, then set up exceptions under your profiles.


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Hey Corey! Totally off topic here, but it's good to see ya !
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Old 04-12-2007, 12:57 PM   #7 (permalink)
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There's also a program called "BerryBlocker", but I couldn't get it to work correctly on my pearl. It looked like it basically just provided an interface to set up exceptions (sort of) to your profile; being as how it didn't really block the calls; it just didn't alert the user. The call was then able to go to voicemail.

The easiest way to do this is to set up exceptions to your profile to where you are not alerted when a certain person calls. If the person is leaving you voicemails, you can try a service such as youmail.com (I use this and it works great) which will enable you to not accept voicemails from any numbers you choose. And you can even set up voicemail greetings specifically for each number. I use a recording that says "please check the number and dial again" or the like for people whom I don't want calling me and then I don't give them the option to leave messages. Works wonders with bill collectors J/K
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Uhm . . . what was that Borat? I honestly have no clue what you are inquiring about. Restate your question for further assistance.
I didn't want to laugh.....I really didn't, but that was just too damn funny.
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sorry filet is i mean filter

ok guys... thks for explanation...
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