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Old 08-18-2005, 06:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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When the Blackberry phone rings and I do not want to take the call, what button do I push? On cell-phones you usually push any button to quiet that thing.
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If you want to hang up immediately, ust hit the ESC key. If you want it to continue ringing I think you can just roll the wheel to quiet the ring.
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Thank you. It is my intent to let the call go into the mailbox. What's the best option, without having that annoying ringing in the middle of a conversation with somebody?
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Thank you. It is my intent to let the call go into the mailbox. What's the best option, without having that annoying ringing in the middle of a conversation with somebody?
On my Verizon 7250, when a call come in a screen pops up asking if I want to accept or ignore the call. if I ignore it, it goes to voicemail. If you wan to mute the call after taking the call, I believe that you can tap the button on top of the phone (at least on the 7250)
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I can confirm what Burgerd posted - On the 7290, rolling the track wheel silences the the ringer.

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That helps, thank you all!
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I can confirm what Burgerd posted - On the 7290, rolling the track wheel silences the the ringer.

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Same with the 7250, trackwheel silences the incoming call.
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