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  1. #16
    John R. Copeland
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    Re: what does prepend mean?

    "Frank Harris" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > Oh, that reminds me of another tip for Nicki. Always enter all numbers
    > into your phone book with all 10-digits. Never enter a 7-digit number
    > into your phonebook.
    >
    > The 10-digit numbers will always get you to the right place no matter
    > where on SPCS's network you travel. Dial a 7-digit number when you're
    > many miles from home and I have no idea whether it'll use the area code
    > of your phone's number or of where you're standing.
    > --
    > Frank Harris in San Francisco with an A680


    I use all eleven digits, which includes the U.S./Canada country code of "1".




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  2. #17
    Jerome Zelinske
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    Re: what does prepend mean?

    More specifically, it would use the area code of the antenna site you
    are transcieving with.



  3. #18
    David G. Imber
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    Re: what does prepend mean?

    On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 14:35:09 -0500, [email protected] wrote:


    >I can't find any of those song type of things... under settings-sounds
    >...it has ringer types and volume...but not a list of songs you can
    >play or change. As far as I can find it has 4 tones...and I doubt
    >that is right...


    I don't recall if you ever mentioned what type of phone you
    have. On mine (Sanyo 4920) under settings / sounds / ringer type
    there's a list of types of call services (voice calls, readylink
    calls, etc.) If I enter "voice calls" I get a drop-down box with nine
    standard ringer types and I think eleven "melody" ringer types (none
    of which I liked, so I actually made my own with free tools on-line,
    out of music that interested me).

    I have a feeling that the more you play around with the phone
    the more you'll discover. It's a lot to learn quickly if you're not
    familiar with this stuff, but it's sort of fun.

    Good luck, DGI





  4. #19

    Re: what does prepend mean?

    On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 21:32:43 -0500, David G. Imber
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >On Tue, 15 Feb 2005 14:35:09 -0500, [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I can't find any of those song type of things... under settings-sounds
    >>...it has ringer types and volume...but not a list of songs you can
    >>play or change. As far as I can find it has 4 tones...and I doubt
    >>that is right...

    >
    > I don't recall if you ever mentioned what type of phone you
    >have. On mine (Sanyo 4920) under settings / sounds / ringer type
    >there's a list of types of call services (voice calls, readylink
    >calls, etc.) If I enter "voice calls" I get a drop-down box with nine
    >standard ringer types and I think eleven "melody" ringer types (none
    >of which I liked, so I actually made my own with free tools on-line,
    >out of music that interested me).
    >
    > I have a feeling that the more you play around with the phone
    >the more you'll discover. It's a lot to learn quickly if you're not
    >familiar with this stuff, but it's sort of fun.
    >
    > Good luck, DGI
    >

    It took me 3 days to find the songs but I finally did. They had these
    tones number 1..2 ...3 etc..and I thought I had gone to the end of
    them..but after them..came the songs. I am really disappointed in the
    songs that come with the Sanyo 7400

    Made your own songs...wow!!

    nicki



  5. #20
    John Richards
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    Re: what does prepend mean?

    "tommy" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > [email protected] wrote:
    >
    >> I tried Webster's New World Pocket Dictionary..1977
    >>
    >> I guess that was the pre- prepend days

    >
    > it's not in my dictionary either.
    >
    > just ignore the troll. We're not all asses here at a.c.spcs.


    You don't have to be a Latin scholar to know what the prefix "pre" means
    (as in prepaid).
    And certainly most people know what "append" means. Substitute "pre"
    for the "ap" in append and ... voila! It's not rocket science.

    --
    John Richards



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