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    Since back in the Hayes 300 baud smart modem days i've always been able to place a 5 second pause in my speed dial string by inserting a comma or a "p". this is useful for dialing things like my office voicemail. Please tell me that the Pre is able to execute this simplest of tasks.
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    I'm lookin for this same function....PLEASE DEVELOP A PATCH OR APP...SOMETHIN!!!!
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    ok I got it....its the letter....t.... each t gives 2 second pauses...so savin number in contact example (513)555-5555t2t235t2...if you need longer pauses,use two t's for 4 secs...three t's for 6 secs and so on..
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    I am trying to set up a contact with a couple of pause but it wont let me place letters in the phone number any suggestions



    Sample

    9999999999ppp0ppp5555

    so it will dial 999999999 them pause a few then dial 0 then pause a few then dial 5555

    Any suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irocdaspot513 View Post
    ok I got it....its the letter....t.... each t gives 2 second pauses...so savin number in contact example (513)555-5555t2t235t2...if you need longer pauses,use two t's for 4 secs...three t's for 6 secs and so on..
    Yep, lower-case "t" characters work fine for me (with the exception of speed dial 1 which doesn't work). A shame to have to waste another speed dial position to call for voicemail/pause/enter password automatically. Silly not to let us edit speed dial 1 IMO. (I'm on Verizon BTW).

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