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Old 08-20-2007, 02:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have pretty poor cell reception at my house. Is there a way (or an application) where I can schedule or order all calls to my 8800 to a different line? I had this for the Treo and it rocked.
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I have pretty poor cell reception at my house. Is there a way (or an application) where I can schedule or order all calls to my 8800 to a different line? I had this for the Treo and it rocked.
Cingular ...err...AT&T does this for me on all calls. After 3 rings it goes to my company voicemail phone #. It is forwarded there- this is not the ATT voicemail it is a seperate #. I think you can turn it on and off but I leave it on all the time.

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Yeah, that option should be part of your standard service. At least it is on a Verizon account, but I assume it is available on most services.
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