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The Koi allows you to mute a call with the in-call menu, for all other functions (3 way calling, etc.) you'll need to use the standard CDMA shortcuts. Voice mail and all other call functions work as usual. You can set the phone to answer or hang up by rotating it open or closed as you would with an active flip phone, which is nice. The phone only works in speakerphone mode if you answer a call while keeping it closed by using the jog switch.
Each person's contact card can store multiple phone numbers, email addresses, street address and web bookmarks. Voice tags, speed dial tags can be assigned to a number, and photo caller-ID pictures and custom ringers can be assigned to a contact, all from within the contact card. When adding a new contact, it can be created by entering any type of contact information, and adding additional information in any order.
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