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  1. #1
    red eff
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    What are the setting for extending the ringing time before the automated
    answering takes over?

    (Also what is the auto answer ing phone number?)
    (I think I saw the setup - but it requires the phone number to transfer to
    - for auto-answering/...)


    Thanks



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  2. #2
    David
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    Re: How to extend ring time > auto answer??


    "red eff" <q@q.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns94F3E0D195413redeff@216.196.97.131...
    > What are the setting for extending the ringing time before the automated
    > answering takes over?
    >
    > (Also what is the auto answer ing phone number?)
    > (I think I saw the setup - but it requires the phone number to transfer to
    > - for auto-answering/...)
    >
    >
    > Thanks


    You don't say what phone you are using, but if it is a V400 then I too would
    like to hear solution for this problem.





  3. #3
    Jud Hardcastle
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    Re: How to extend ring time > auto answer??

    In article <Xns94F3E0D195413redeff@216.196.97.131>, q@q.com says...
    > What are the setting for extending the ringing time before the automated
    > answering takes over?
    >
    > (Also what is the auto answer ing phone number?)
    > (I think I saw the setup - but it requires the phone number to transfer to
    > - for auto-answering/...)
    >
    >
    > Thanks
    >

    Without knowing what phone and what type (tdma or gsm) that's going to
    be a little hard to say for sure.

    For GSM phones browse down in this site:
    http://www.arcx.com/sites/GsmFeatures.htm
    There's a way in the forwarding commands to override the default ring
    time. Be careful though--I've found that after 4 rings most people hang
    up.

    For both GSM and TDMA phones you can call your CS rep and they can
    change the default on your account -- up to a certain amount of time (I
    think the max is 30 seconds).

    For TDMA phones with voicemail the auto forward number is your phone
    number. For GSM phones there is a different phone number unique to each
    area. If it's been deleted off the phone you'll probably have to call
    you CS rep to get it.

    --
    Jud
    Dallas TX USA



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