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  1.    #1  
    I'm writing a long review. I want to know if anyone here has the following experience with the Treo.

    Suppose you switch on the phone, say after an airplane flight. Six or eight messages await you -- SMS or Voicemail.

    As they come in, do they prevent you from doing other things? Are there notifications you must dismiss before making a call or using the Palm? As they are coming in, but before the notification, are Palm and phone functions likewise unavailable?

    The big question is: if switch on phone and you want to make a call in a hurry, but messages are waiting, can you?

    Many thanks.
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    You must dismiss them.
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    Thanks. Has the phone ever been unavailable to you for a significant time (half a minute, minutes) while messages arrived and before you could dismiss the notifications?
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    Originally posted by gellmanb
    Thanks. Has the phone ever been unavailable to you for a significant time (half a minute, minutes) while messages arrived and before you could dismiss the notifications?
    No.

    Remember you will recieve SMS/VM messages while you're on the phone, and it won't do anything. So if they continue to come in while you're calling, no big deal.
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    My review is of the Kyocera 7135. On that one, too, there's no trouble keeping a phone call if SMS or VM messages come in. But that is once the call is in progress. The Kyocera won't let you *dial* the call (or do anything else) while messages are coming in, though, so if a lot are queued up you lose control of the phone awhile.

    Are you saying that doesn't happen with the Treo?
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    Originally posted by gellmanb
    My review is of the Kyocera 7135. On that one, too, there's no trouble keeping a phone call if SMS or VM messages come in. But that is once the call is in progress. The Kyocera won't let you *dial* the call (or do anything else) while messages are coming in, though, so if a lot are queued up you lose control of the phone awhile.

    Are you saying that doesn't happen with the Treo?
    No, I'm not.

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