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Calling cards and Address Book


Louis Yssel
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We are using speed dials extensively. The dilemma is that the people that are the main users of the Address Book, are calling card extension holders. When using a calling card, you cannot dial * and #, as is required by the short codes for speed dialling.

 

Is there a way around this?

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We are using speed dials extensively. The dilemma is that the people that are the main users of the Address Book, are calling card extension holders. When using a calling card, you cannot dial * and #, as is required by the short codes for speed dialling.

 

Is there a way around this?

 

Hmm. At the moment not. But it makes sense. What about this:

 

If you press star when the input is empty, than that star is being used. Condition for this is that the number is only two digits, so that you can dial *12. But if the input gets longer than two digits, the first star is removed again. This is to make it possible to press the star symbol twice to reset the input no matter where you are.

 

We would put that into 3.0.

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