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  # 99568 12-Dec-2007 09:53
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maverick:
Call Forward Selective for you I think



Yeah about that... Can you enable that on my account? I can't find the option anywhere, I applied for the VFX Executive/Advanced feature trial but never heard back, being a XNET reseller would love to try out the advanced features.





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  # 99614 12-Dec-2007 14:23
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maverick:
exportgoldman:
coffeebaron: Get a 2nd VFX line.
Permanently send all calls to VM
Divert Vodafone missed etc calls to this 2nd VFX number
Divert missed etc calls from your existing VFX number to this 2nd VFX number too.


Hmmmmm. Would work, but thats another $20/Month on top of the extra $40 cost to clear messages, and
divert from Vodafone... Starting to add up.

Maverick??? Wish there was a cleaner option, I thought there was a option to bar my mobile number from calling the VFX
line so it would automatically bounce to voicemail, but can't find this setting. Similar, but not this.




Call Forward Selective for you I think

You still have the original problem of how does it know to divert to voicemail? Vodafone pass the original caller ID, so there is no way of knowing it is a diverted call. (Well technically there is, but that's a whole other intelligent feature set).




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