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Re: [opensuse] connecting my telephone to the internet
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On 2012-08-26 00:40, Felix Miata wrote:
On 2012/08/25 17:47 (GMT-0400) James Knott composed:

Without the do not call list it would

That "do not call" feature is one we do not have here. You are fortunate.

the rest from DNCL violations.

What is that? Ah, the wikipedia explains. In Spain we have the "robinson list".
You know, the
chap in the island, not my list, eh? ;-)

You give your data to that list, and telemarketers are supposed to check that
list before
phoning; the problem is that they do get that list, so they have my data... and
they can deny
they saw me in the robinson list. It doesn't work :-/ And the wikipedia says
the DNCL list
has the same problem I describe, I understand.

It would be better that the said telemarketers should register their phone
numbers on a list.
When one phones me, my system checks the list of callers, and if it is there, I
deny access.

Any non listed phone would get an automated response to leave a message with
some other
agency, and they decide to allow or not to allow (marketers: no way. Friends,

It is a complicated life this we live...

I considered using hylafax in Linux or something to check the caller ID and
refuse or accept
the call based on that. Asterisk would be nice, but I would need quite some
dedicated PC, analog card...

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Cheers / Saludos,

Carlos E. R.
(from 12.1 x86_64 "Asparagus" at Telcontar)
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