10-25-2009 11:36 PM
Is it possible to BLOCK, 'Blocked' numbers? If so how does one go about this business?
AT&T - iPhone 3GS
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10-26-2009 11:30 AM
Not quite the same, but I have YouMail's Ditchmail service enabled for such numbers.
It works like this: Your phone rings, and it goes to a message saying that the number has been disconnected.
10-26-2009 12:56 PM
Thank you for the replys.
Went with iBlacklist, hopefully it works.
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11-06-2009 11:40 AM
11-06-2009 12:11 PM
i'm not seeing how the ditchmail feature does anything about blocked or restricted numbers, it looks like you can only choose actual numbers from your contact list.
If that's directed to me, you *do* have the ability to choose the default Blocked or Unknown Number Ditchmail greeting ("We're sorry, this number does not accept calls from blocked or unknown numbers...") or even the Number Disconnected one ("We're sorry, the number you called has been disconnected"), or any one of a number of options you want.