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Topic # 86415 6-Jul-2011 11:09
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Maverick - I need your help!
I have two VFX lines (also routing three WXC 0800 numbers to them).

At 0400hrs this morning I started receiving calls from 2348036229542 - name unavailable
So far half of all today's incoming calls have been from this number. from all sorts of voices.(Nigeria country code?)



  • We have no customers in Nigeria! 

  • Until this morning I didn't have any friends in Nigeria - I'm just not a friendy person!

  • I am not knowingly related to any Army or Government officials. 

  • I'm not looking for a quick income assisting the rebels achieve their (possibly) just cause!

  • I do love my beauty sleep! 



So:
How do I specifically exclude  calls from this number. I've looked around the MyVFX portal and can't find the option (it must exist somewhere).

Any assistance appreciated.

Armadillo 

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  Reply # 489983 6-Jul-2011 11:38
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I think you have to purchase the "Advanced Features" for 
Selective Call Rejection: add rules to which inbound calls you block

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  Reply # 489984 6-Jul-2011 11:38
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Argh you sure, could be a long lost relative , but yes you canit's part of the Advanced faeture set , selective call acceptance and rejection :)

http://www.xnet.co.nz/voice/vfx/advanced-features/




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