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Old 04-08-2006, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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on my 7100 i can only configure it to have at most 3 rings when someone calls me. Anyway i can hack it to ring more than 3 times.
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Contact your cellular carrier. I believe there is a way to do it yourself, but I dont know the exact method. Try searching the forum and you might find it.
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I can tell you that on Bell it's *94x where x is the number of rings you would like before going to voicemail. This probably doesn't help you but might help someone else.
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From Seatlle18 on this thread http://blackberryforums.com/showthread.php?t=28421

But this is a 8700 and I am assuming on Cingular...so maybe not.

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On your phone dial:

*61*+1XXXXXXXXXX*11*tt#

Where XXXXXXXXXX is your market's VM number and tt is the time in seconds you want the phone to ring for. I believe valid range is 1-30!

Remember to use the + right before your voicemail number. Do not input more than 30 seconds because you could have some problems of calls never reaching voice mail. Just type it in and hit send/call and you should get some sort of confirmation message. Then try it. I believe the default setting is 15 seconds.
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