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Topic # 13111 23-Apr-2007 09:57
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Not sure if this is a common issue, but I think I've come across it a few times. Someone calls my VFX number from a normal PSTN line, yet they don't hear it ringing at their end. I then answer and they say "it didn't ring, you just answered" This is after the phone ringing several times at my end, so it wasn't just a case of me picking up too soon.
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  Reply # 68135 23-Apr-2007 11:12
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If you can PM the call details that would be good, or if it happens to a certain numbers only  all that info would be handy as well




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