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Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2002 10:25:14 -0600
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Subject: Re: Telephone Ring Suppressor
References: <email@example.com> <3D8D4E05.533D18D4@pcb-designer.com> <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I think you may have something here.
You can leave the call through number on your out going message.
If that number is not keyed in before the end of the out going message,
the line is hung up.
Its like the "to bypass this message press 1" message.
If the tele-scum is not really listening to the out going messages anyway,
they will never hear
this by-pass number.
Roger Johansson wrote:
> George wrote:
> >We still need a cheap answering machine which REQUIRES you
> >to enter a number sequence before you can leave a message
> >(no "default" mailbox).
> I think the best solution is to design a circuit which requires the
> caller to add one or two extra numbers to let the call through at all.
> If your real number is 243512 you just tell all your friends that
> you've got a new number, 243512-34, and you will only get calls from
> the people who know this in the future.
> Others will never reach you.
> A microcontroller could take the call, listen for the extra numbers
> tone codes, and hang up or alert the owner with some nice sound or
> light signal.
> Roger J.
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