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    Default Feature Code/Star Code List

    *20 - Call Forwarding (Include Destination Number)
    Example: *205551113333

    *21 - Disable Call Forwarding

    *22 - Do Not Disturb - Send to Busy

    *23 - Do Not Disturb - Send to Voicemail

    *24 - Disable Do Not Disturb

    *25 - Set Failover Number (Include Destination Number)
    Example: *255551113333

    *26 - Set Failover to Voicemail

    *27 - Blacklist Last Caller

    *67 - Block Caller ID (For Next Call Only)

    *30 - Block Caller ID (For All Calls)

    *68 - Unblock Caller ID (For One Call)

    *31 - Unblock Caller ID (For All Calls)
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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    [strike] Are these codes updated and correct? I tried the *20<destnumber> call forwarding code and get a "thank you" response but forwarding doesn't work.

    Yes, I know I can do it through vPanel. [/strike]

    Sorry ... I guess I didn't wait long enough. I did it again then reset my ATA and CF was active. (I see "strike" doesn't work )
    Last edited by MisterEd; 08-25-2010 at 09:09 AM.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    add *123 to access voicemail.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    You don't need to use the *. 123 will do it.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    Tim

    Why is the *68 - unBlock Caller ID (For Next Call Only) is used when for the last 15+ years POTS have been using *82 - unBlock Caller ID (For Next Call Only)

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    This seems a longer list.
    http://www.voip.com/help/residential...tar_codes.aspx

    In the old beta testing days, I understood VOIPo used codes from recognized standards.
    I think those old treads are gone now, but I recall one of the VOIPo engineers posted
    a link to these standards.


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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    Quote Originally Posted by usa2k View Post
    This seems a longer list.
    http://www.voip.com/help/residential...tar_codes.aspx

    In the old beta testing days, I understood VOIPo used codes from recognized standards.
    I think those old treads are gone now, but I recall one of the VOIPo engineers posted
    a link to these standards.
    i think this needs to be changed to *82 because my tmobile, qwest even teleblend a voip uses it. and just the other day i call someone with my number blocked and a recording can on saying "the you are calling do not accept blocked call, please hung up dial *82 your number be unblock for this call only" I could see this being a customer service issue when my customers call me saying they dialed *82 and it didn't let the call through.

    I think out of all the *codes the *67 and *82 are the ones that will have the most problems with customers. the other *codes are all over the board with what other carriers use.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    Quote Originally Posted by usa2k View Post
    This seems a longer list.
    http://www.voip.com/help/residential...tar_codes.aspx

    In the old beta testing days, I understood VOIPo used codes from recognized standards.
    I think those old treads are gone now, but I recall one of the VOIPo engineers posted
    a link to these standards.
    i think this needs to be changed to *82 because my tmobile, qwest even teleblend a voip uses it. and just the other day i call someone with my number blocked and a recording came on saying "the number you are calling do not accept blocked calls, please hang up dial *82 your number will be unblock for this call only" I could see this being a customer service issue when my customers call me saying they dialed *82 and it didn't let the call through.

    I think out of all the *codes the *67 and *82 are the ones that will have the most problems with customers. the other *codes are all over the board with what other carriers use.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    Quote Originally Posted by usa2k View Post
    Sorry, but I think that link is for a different company.

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    Default Re: Feature Code/Star Code List

    What about this one:

    *28 - Call Record
    Example: *288005558355 would record a call to 8005558355

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