On 9/21/2016 4:35 PM, John Perry wrote:
> Hello Everyone!
> I've been doing some checking with other communications programs about
> their "Do Not Disturb" feature. I see that Skype in it's "Do Not
> Disturb" mode send callers to VM. I see in Phoner-Lite that the "Do Not
> Disturb" mode sends callers to VM. I see Google Hangouts and Google
> Voice both send callers to VM when you don't want to be called and would
> prefer VM. Why has Linphone broken such a necessary feature?
> I see it this way:


Good points. In its current form, DnD expects that people on your
contact list respect your status (just like a DnD sign on a door expects
others to respect it). That's fine when others can see your status is in
DnD and make that choice. But what about situations where you have a DID
attached to your SIP account? Someone calling that number has no way to
know you're in DnD and, thus, can't make the decision to respect your
status or not.

Overall, the more I think about it, the less I like this decision. Is it
a final decision by the devs with no recourse?


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