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Multiple Numbers per Name

Deimos

Feb 22, 2004, 1:24 PM
When comparing the 710 to the 810, it says that the 810 has multiple #'s per name, but no response for the 710. Is this just a part of the phone's capabilities that are unknown, or will we be forced to deal with the same annoying characteristics of the v60/t720?
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mulligans83

Feb 22, 2004, 3:17 PM
Deimos said:
When comparing the 710 to the 810, it says that the 810 has multiple #'s per name, but no response for the 710. Is this just a part of the phone's capabilities that are unknown, or will we be forced to deal with the same annoying characteristics of the v60/t720?


99.999999999999% sure it's just unknown. ๐Ÿ˜
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Deimos

Feb 22, 2004, 7:13 PM
That's a relief... thanks for temporarily assuaging my fears.
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Deimos

Mar 16, 2004, 8:56 AM
Ok, read the manual from the FCC site, and here's what I can tell so far on this issue:

1. Every phone number is issued it's own unique speed dial

2. When sorting the phone book you have the option to choose to sort by speed dial or by name

3. When sorting by name, you have the option to show all numbers or a primary number.

4. The primary number can be any of the numbers stored for a given name. ie: you can choose one person's cell number, another's work number, another's home number, and so on

Using this information, it sounds like it doesn't have multiple numbers per name in the traditional sense, but it does have the capability to allow you to scroll through the phone book without having to go through every number more li...
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