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"Unfortunately, I don't have a timeframe on when we'll see the above features implemented."
As a database designer/developer/administrator, these are not complicated issues. In fact, they're fairly simple at the database level, as in a day or two to test and implement. Integration with the programming and user interfaces may require an additional week or two, along with perhaps a month or two of beta testing among select users to work out the kinks.
Three months, top.
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Easier said than done. Even if these are on top of Ooma's "To Dos." Don't know what kind of things these items would impact and how complicated they are to re-do/modify.
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I came to this site to request a WHITELIST option and found this post which suggests far more than what I was asking for. Two thumbs up on your proposal. By itself, OOMA's blacklist feature is reason enough for me to buy the premium package annually. Implementing your proposals for allowing blacklisted calls to be accepted by white listing or PIN would be very premium indeed. I hope OOMA sees the benefits for its customers, and adding these new features adds value to the service.
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Registered just to comment on this. Love my Ooma service, but I'd really like to see some more features with the blacklists and/or whitelist features. Call stats on blacklisted numbers would be beneficial, especially as I anticipate filling the 256 entry limit. Alternately, I would just enable a whitelist feature as it became available. Is there an ETA on this? This thread is nearly a year old.
One of my reasons for picking Ooma was because of the blacklist option. We've had some pretty terrible telemarketing/spamming in the past with our old provider, and having a robust blocking scheme helps make having a 'landline' worthwhile.
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Just a sneaky suspicion -- maybe subscribing to the Premier service makes you target to a higher volume of spam calls. You would think that Ooma community blacklists should take care of all the solar energy telemarketers, etc., but it seems like just the opposite is happening. Of course, there's no way to tell since there's no call blocking statistics, and even if there were, who's to say if they wouldn't be fabricated just to give us a false sense of value in the blacklisting service?
One piece on anecdotal evidence -- my dad discontinued the Premier service and claims that he no longer gets spam calls. I don't know if that's true, but it just got me thinking...
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I really would like a field that allows the user to specify: 'Delete entry after XX months of inactivity.' In other words, if a call has not been received by the caller in say, 18 months, the blacklist entry is automatically removed from your list. This would keep your list up to date with no extra effort.
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Hi I have read through this thread and I don't think I see anyone mention being able to have blacklisted numbers enforced only during certain times of the day.
I want to block a number between the hours of 8am to 10am, then after 10am allow.
then with more flexibility
block the same number between 4:30pm to 6:30pm.
has this type of feature been suggested, perhaps in a way that I don't understand in the previous posts?