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Topic # 13042 19-Apr-2007 13:13
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Power to the People...You have spoken and we have Listened Cool

Based on the feedback we have received from users here and other means , we now agree with the thoughts on the number of rings and it being to short even on Max settings,

We have now reverted the default ring periods back to the original settings . this means that the ratio is now a 2 to 1, so the number of rings settings in your Messaging / Greetings will be half of what the Callers hears,
eg 3 Rings Selected , the caller will hear 6

This also applies to the Incoming Calls / Call Forward No Answer same logic applies
eg 3 Rings Selected , the caller will hear 6


Thanks for the feedback we do listen here at WxC so I hope this helps, we also know this will be an inconvenience to change your settings again and do apolagise for that.




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  Reply # 67716 19-Apr-2007 13:41
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maverick: We have now reverted the default ring periods back to the original settings . this means that the ratio is now a 2 to 1, so the number of rings settings in your Messaging / Greetings will be half of what the Callers hears,
eg 3 Rings Selected , the caller will hear 6

Thanks Phil, it's a good idea and gives us more flexibility in the length of time we want the phone to ring for.

However:  It would be EVEN BETTER if the number of rings selected on screen actually matched what callers will hear.  Less confusing don't you think?

A minor software change maybe???  Or not???

maverick: ...we also know this will be an inconvenience to change your settings again and do apolagise for that.

No worries, I've just set mine back to what they were originally.



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  Reply # 67722 19-Apr-2007 13:57
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Grant17:
maverick: We have now reverted the default ring periods back to the original settings . this means that the ratio is now a 2 to 1, so the number of rings settings in your Messaging / Greetings will be half of what the Callers hears,
eg 3 Rings Selected , the caller will hear 6

Thanks Phil, it's a good idea and gives us more flexibility in the length of time we want the phone to ring for.

However:  It would be EVEN BETTER if the number of rings selected on screen actually matched what callers will hear.  Less confusing don't you think?

A minor software change maybe???  Or not???

maverick: ...we also know this will be an inconvenience to change your settings again and do apolagise for that.

No worries, I've just set mine back to what they were originally.



I agree but it is not a minor change :) it appears minor it is in fact a major, silly I know but thats the way it is for this particular part of the network, we will ammend in time but this is just the short term option at present.




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  Reply # 68155 23-Apr-2007 14:07
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Thanks Phil

Its a little confusing but I can handle that. the longer ring times gives us much more flexability

Warwick

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