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Old 08-22-2007, 07:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a short term need to turn off voice mail and have the phone rings continuosly. How do you do this on the Pearl?

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turn off call forwarding in you call logs, hit menu, choose options, then call forwarding, and then select forward all calls/do not forward
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turn off call forwarding in you call logs, hit menu, choose options, then call forwarding, and then select forward all calls/do not forward
Both American GSM operators (at&t and T-Mobile) disable the ability to disable call forwarding from the handset. You can set the option, but it will default back to being enabled.

The only way to really disable voicemail is to call the service provider and have the feature removed.
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I have a short term need to turn off voice mail and have the phone rings continuosly. How do you do this on the Pearl?

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I'd say either call your provider or go into Admin options in your voicemail account.


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Both American GSM operators (at&t and T-Mobile) disable the ability to disable call forwarding from the handset. You can set the option, but it will default back to being enabled.

The only way to really disable voicemail is to call the service provider and have the feature removed.



that stupid!!!
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that stupid!!!
I certainly agree, but it is what it is...
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Sounds to me like a gf issue .. hehehe

But on a serious note, how I go about receiving calls without actually hearing it ring, I assign that person's contact into a certain profile. Profile with notification set to "none". Like a total ignore .
 
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