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  1.    #1  
    Can anyone confirm if they are having the same problem I am:

    When dialing long series of digits after the initial call is place (e.g. for Voicemail or calling-card calls), the Treo appears to mush multiple idential numbers into a single long tone.

    I press: 2233

    The Treo appears to send DTMF tones that the receiving phone hears only as: 23, but each tone very long.

    Anyone experiencing the same issue or know of a fix?

    Thanks
    Paul
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    i have a 22 that i dial for vmail id. no problem either manually or programed. it does "sound" a bit mushed. your dtmf receiver may be especially sensitive
  3. #3  
    Originally posted by work_permit
    your dtmf receiver may be especially sensitive
    Or rather, especially unsensitive (to the short pauses between the tones).
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    sensitive to out of spec pauses. Unsensitive to the lebgth of the pause.

    One way or the other, I'm OK, you're not
  5. #5  
    Originally posted by work_permit
    sensitive to out of spec pauses.
    Hasn't been established that the 300's DTMF is out-of-spec, though. That'd kind of surprise me, as I'd think that'd be something that'd fall under FCC regulation. May be just on the edge of spec, though. I guess either way, something is out-of-spec (the sender or the receiver).

    One way or the other, I'm OK, you're not
    Eh? I'm not the one having the problem.
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    Not you, pbrody..

    ie I have no problem with my vmail, pbrody does

    you dan give me new insights everytime you post .

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