High Bandwidth Codec Option & Alarm System

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Lilly's_Closet
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Re: High Bandwidth Codec Option & Alarm System

Post by Lilly's_Closet » Thu May 20, 2010 4:18 am

lbmofo wrote:
Lilly's_Closet wrote:Changed the setting in the alarm under (disable caller id) to use the fax prefix of *99. So basically you have to call OOMA to have them disable caller ID, you can’t just enter a disable code like telco. So this setting is useless to me except that it allows me to enter the *99. Originally added a pause and *99 at the beginning of the caller center number but that only worked 50 % of the time.
Disable caller ID? Does that help? Or did you mean disable call waiting?
Sorry I ment disable Call waiting I will make the edit

cjohnston
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Re: High Bandwidth Codec Option & Alarm System

Post by cjohnston » Sat Aug 13, 2011 4:05 pm

I see that someone asked about TT (Touch Tone), but how do you dial TT? Is that the same as dialing 88?
Thanks for clarifying.

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