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  1. #1
    SweetAzzKANDEE
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    OK.so i have #s on my speed dial up to #9.But i'd like to put more,like
    on 10,11,12 & so forth.Is there sumthing i'm missing here? the
    instruction book isnt very helpful.I thought this phone held more speed
    dial? or is 9 the total?




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  2. #2
    Alan
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    Re: SANYO PM 8200...Speed dial?



    SweetAzzKANDEE wrote:
    > OK.so i have #s on my speed dial up to #9.But i'd like to put more,like
    > on 10,11,12 & so forth.Is there sumthing i'm missing here? the
    > instruction book isnt very helpful.I thought this phone held more speed
    > dial? or is 9 the total?


    I think the assumption (by the engineer of the phone) is that with
    often called people, the call history is used to dial the number, etc.




  3. #3
    Frank Harris
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    Re: SANYO PM 8200...Speed dial?

    My wife's Sanyo 8100 is as you described. It only has 8 or 9
    single-digit speedials (2-9 or 2-0). This is diffrent from most
    Samsungs in which the phonebook slot number = the speedial number (1, 2
    or 3 digits).

    Though the Sanyo system has only 8 or 9 speedials (which is all that
    many people can remember anyway), you can assign speedials to more than
    one number from a phonebook slot. For example, you can have your
    spouse's work and cell numbers in one phonebook entry and each can be
    assigned to a single-digit speedial. With a Samsung, you have to make
    separate phonebook slots for the work and cell numbers so that they can
    be separate speedials.

    SweetAzzKANDEE wrote:
    > OK.so i have #s on my speed dial up to #9.But i'd like to put more,like
    > on 10,11,12 & so forth.Is there sumthing i'm missing here? the
    > instruction book isnt very helpful.I thought this phone held more speed
    > dial? or is 9 the total?
    >


    --
    Frank Harris in San Francisco with an A680



  4. #4
    Oleg O.
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    Re: SANYO PM 8200...Speed dial?


    In article <[email protected]>,
    Frank Harris <[email protected]> wrote:
    >My wife's Sanyo 8100 is as you described. It only has 8 or 9
    >single-digit speedials (2-9 or 2-0). This is diffrent from most
    >Samsungs in which the phonebook slot number = the speedial number (1, 2
    >or 3 digits).
    >
    >Though the Sanyo system has only 8 or 9 speedials (which is all that
    >many people can remember anyway), you can assign speedials to more than
    >one number from a phonebook slot. For example, you can have your
    >spouse's work and cell numbers in one phonebook entry and each can be
    >assigned to a single-digit speedial. With a Samsung, you have to make
    >separate phonebook slots for the work and cell numbers so that they can
    >be separate speedials.


    Actually with 8200 you don't need to assign different numbers of the
    same entry to different speeddials -- you can access all numbers through
    one speeddial. Prese *and release* the speeddial number, and as your
    programmed entry is displayed, you can use left and right arrows to
    cycle through all the different numbers in that entry.

    So if you program mobile numbers of your most common callees to
    speeddials, pressing <number> <right arrow> TALK will call their home
    numbers.

    What I don't understand is why they don't have speeddials on buttons
    0 and 1 (there are plenty of other buttons they could've used for
    voicemail instead of 1, and 0 is practically unused).

    Oleg

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  5. #5
    Bob Smith
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    Re: SANYO PM 8200...Speed dial?


    "Oleg O." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > In article <[email protected]>,
    > Frank Harris <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >My wife's Sanyo 8100 is as you described. It only has 8 or 9
    > >single-digit speedials (2-9 or 2-0). This is diffrent from most
    > >Samsungs in which the phonebook slot number = the speedial number (1, 2
    > >or 3 digits).
    > >
    > >Though the Sanyo system has only 8 or 9 speedials (which is all that
    > >many people can remember anyway), you can assign speedials to more than
    > >one number from a phonebook slot. For example, you can have your
    > >spouse's work and cell numbers in one phonebook entry and each can be
    > >assigned to a single-digit speedial. With a Samsung, you have to make
    > >separate phonebook slots for the work and cell numbers so that they can
    > >be separate speedials.

    >
    > Actually with 8200 you don't need to assign different numbers of the
    > same entry to different speeddials -- you can access all numbers through
    > one speeddial. Prese *and release* the speeddial number, and as your
    > programmed entry is displayed, you can use left and right arrows to
    > cycle through all the different numbers in that entry.
    >
    > So if you program mobile numbers of your most common callees to
    > speeddials, pressing <number> <right arrow> TALK will call their home
    > numbers.
    >
    > What I don't understand is why they don't have speeddials on buttons
    > 0 and 1 (there are plenty of other buttons they could've used for
    > voicemail instead of 1, and 0 is practically unused).


    1 is set to call your voice mail. O is used to call the operator ...

    Bob





  6. #6
    Oleg O.
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    Re: SANYO PM 8200...Speed dial?

    In article <[email protected]>,
    Bob Smith <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >"Oleg O." <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> What I don't understand is why they don't have speeddials on buttons
    >> 0 and 1 (there are plenty of other buttons they could've used for
    >> voicemail instead of 1, and 0 is practically unused).

    >
    >1 is set to call your voice mail. O is used to call the operator ...


    I know, but those are unfortunate choices. As I mentioned, there
    are plenty of buttons that could've been used to call voicemail when
    held (e.g. MENU/OK, TALK, BACK, *, #), and Operator could've been
    preprogrammed as a regular speeddial, changeable if desired.


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