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block incoming call by caller id

block incoming call by caller id

block incoming call by caller id

Is there a way to block an inbound call from a certain phone number from the IP Office?
Calls come in by PRI.

RE: block incoming call by caller id

Thanks, I'll try that tomorrow

RE: block incoming call by caller id

or forward the call to the local pizza joint instead of just barring it smile
then the next day change the forward number to the movie theatre, I had tons of fun with that.

Joe W.

FHandw., ACSS

RE: block incoming call by caller id

I route them to call themselves back.  I can only imagine the look on their face when they call me and get their own VM.

RE: block incoming call by caller id

I would route then to a nice vmpro recording smile

When you pay peanuts, you get monkeys!

honey, i fried the IP Office !!!

Sarcasm, it's only one of the services I offer.

RE: block incoming call by caller id

of course if you have more than 1 number you want to block you could cross route them to each other >smile.

I used to do similar with postage paid envelopes included in all the jumk mail.

I do not Have A.D.D. im just easily, Hey look a Squirrel!

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