Originally Posted by CanuckBB
No. And that is the perfect example of the idiocy of trying to use technology to solve a behaviour problem. What if the person is in a situation where a phone rigning would be an embarassment? If you had that much control, the user would simply turn off the phone.
You have an issue with a user, talk to him.
First, i was'nt asking for your mind, i really don't care what you may think. But for the info, he's a good friend of mine, and i told him many time it was bothering all of us ; plus, willing to know if this is possible doesn't mean i'll apply it ; you maybe know how to use a gun, i assume if you do you don't spend your time shooting people. And as you say, i have no interessest in bothering him so much that he will turn off his phone, so keep cool, if you have something to propose you're welcome, if not, you know what to do.
Back to the main subject, John Clark the software you speak about may do the job, without harming the privacy of my colleague, 'cause that forced ring would be used only in emergency cases ; do you remember how this app was called?
my appologies for not so good english!