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Old 07-06-2008, 11:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there a way to set a number so it automatically goes to your voice mail?? Kinda like when you turn the phone off everything goes to voice mail but i just want 1 number to go there.

Im with verizon and have a 8330 curve.

I know I saw a do no disturb feature somewhere in the phone.. Wasnt sure if that would turn everyone off or what that exactly does..

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There isn't a way to do it using Verizon's voicemail. But if you use YouMail, you can set this feature (I think). You can also set per-number greetings. I use YouMail and like it a lot.
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Check out a aftermarket software package called Black & White List. It is what I use and it works great.
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Or you could set a custom ringtone for that number - the ringtone would be SILENCE so you would not hear it.
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There isn't a way to do it using Verizon's voicemail. But if you use YouMail, you can set this feature (I think). You can also set per-number greetings. I use YouMail and like it a lot.
^^agreed^^ you mail is a pretty cool VM service..I'll never go back....
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Old 07-07-2008, 09:50 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Check out a aftermarket software package called Black & White List. It is what I use and it works great.
thats why I always go to voicemail! always thought it was a coincidence!
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I know I saw a do no disturb feature somewhere in the phone.. Wasnt sure if that would turn everyone off or what that exactly does..
You could probably use DND if you set up a profile exception for that particular number.
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Sounds interesting, I'll have to check out YouMail and Black and White List. Are these free?
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There isn't a way to do it using Verizon's voicemail. But if you use YouMail, you can set this feature (I think). You can also set per-number greetings. I use YouMail and like it a lot.
I just looked up YouMail and I have to ask, it's really FREE? No catches?

It sounds too good to be true.
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