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#66842 by southsound
Wed Oct 13, 2010 8:35 pm
nn5i wrote:Rackety Coon Chile, how do you upload photos? I found no way to do it. What'd I miss?

I just normally use the Img button and link to the graphic if it is on another site. Saves space on ooma's server.
#66844 by hpepper
Thu Oct 14, 2010 4:31 am
southsound wrote:
nn5i wrote:Rackety Coon Chile, how do you upload photos? I found no way to do it. What'd I miss?

I just normally use the Img button and link to the graphic if it is on another site. Saves space on ooma's server.


Southsound... I didn't think you could reach the Img button... here is a picture of you trying :D

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#66861 by ****
Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:38 am
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Aahhh ... look he's in a FEMA camp.

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Uh Oh ... looks like they did a little forced gene experimentation on him ...
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#66946 by fonfellow
Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:05 pm
I think comcast is the culprit here. The only account I have with my first name spelled incorrectly is on Comcast. Any junk mail I receive with that name on presumably originated with comcast account information. They probably took your pet's name from your email account and added it to their address list.
#66950 by noltian
Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:30 pm
you might want to run anti-spyware to check your PC or you may not have them any more since you joined a long ago.
Spyware can do a lots of things you described here. At the same time, I'd register your phone to "national don't call list".

I don't think OOMA is stupid enought to sell you information.
#66951 by Zindar
Fri Oct 15, 2010 12:31 pm
fonfellow wrote:I think comcast is the culprit here. The only account I have with my first name spelled incorrectly is on Comcast. Any junk mail I receive with that name on presumably originated with comcast account information. They probably took your pet's name from your email account and added it to their address list.


If you're right, it sounds like ooma might be owed an apology here.
#105625 by das
Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:48 pm
ooma does indeed divulge phone numbers. since acquiring the service, my telemarketer calls have gone up 100 fold. my blacklist has over 200 numbers in it. all telemarketers. my phone rings 4 times a day from these cockroaches. i don't anwser if i don't recognize the caller. i then go into my list of inbound calls once a week and blacklist (disconnect mesage) all of them. this is very tedious and sad ooma would do this.

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