Thanks, you have nice, but unusable answers, sorry. When I have conference, it can be hours, but I need simply to inform caller, that I see, that he call me, but I cannot answer, so, he can call to colleague, if it is important, or write me an email, SMS, or so.Macbook Pro 13 (Win7), iPhone 4 32GB (iOS4)
If it's important and you don't answer, I'm sure that your coworker is smart enough to call someone else without receiving a text from you. If you are in a conference, it's impolite to be emailing/texting people instead of paying attention to the speaker.
I've gone to conferences where the first request is that everyone turn OFF their phones so they are not distracted from the conference.MacBook , Mini, Airport Express, iPhone 3G x 2, Air, Mac OS X (10.6.3)
Please, if you dont have answer to my question (and other my questions here) go to to next thread. How I and my company work is not question. ThanksMacbook Pro 13 (Win7), iPhone 4 32GB (iOS4)
If you're using your iPhone, one of the benefits with AT&T network is that you can hit the "home" button and go into the messaging application and SMS the number that was calling in. You can do this while talking on the phone simultaneously--you either need to have bluetooth or temporarily got to speaker phone. To get back to your call click the green band that will appear across the top of your screen.
I do this regularly and it's quite useful.iPhone 4, iOS 4
Hi, yes, this can be, but on phones with other OS, you can simply click "answer via SMS" or so, call is ended (or ringing muted), automaticaly is opened SMS application with caller phone number and you can write message and send. Or, you can use predefined text like "Sorry, now I cannot receive your call, try it later, or call to my coworker on number xxxxxxxx", I can edit message before sending (edit number, or name, or other information) and than send it. Simple and fast.Macbook Pro 13 (Win7), iPhone 4 32GB (iOS4)
the iphone4 has the following feature:
When you are on the phone and someone calls you, you get the option to send him an sms message that you select from a list.
The problem is that I did not find how to record new messages. I'd want to add:
- I'm in a meeting, I'll call you in 10 minutes
- I'm in a meeting, I'll call you in 30 minutes
- I'm in a meeting, I'll call you in 1 hour
I looked in the Settings app, under phone and message, and it's not there.
I could only reach a configuration menu once while getting 2 calls at the same time, but really that's not the right time to be configuring those messages!!!
And yes, I agree that such functions are very useful while receiving multiple calls, or while receiving a call while in a meeting.
Can anyone else elaborate on this?iphone4, Other OS
Could you not turn your phone to silent or to off and set up a voicemail message to inform the caller that you are in a conference and maybe sometime, you could also direct them via this voicemail message to call your colleagues number or to e-mail you if urgent.Unibody Macbook, 2.26GHz, 250GB, 2GB RAM - iPhone 4, Mac OS X (10.6.4), iPhone 3GS 16GB (iOS4), 1TB Time Capsule, iMac 21.5", 3.06 GHz, 500GB, 4GB
Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2010 5:46 AM (in response to georgesdev)This is a micro SIM feature and is operator dependent.
In France Orange for example is offering this and documented the feature here:
it works as advertised.iOS 4
get over it it cant be done as the first response said its not available on the iphone 4 and probably never will be available on any iphone im sorry that you dont like no as a answer but thats the only and correct answer to your situation the answer is no it cant be donemacbook pro 17 inch - iPhone 4, Mac OS X (10.6.1)
recently I needed this feeature and YES, IT IS POSSIBLE!!!
well described here, with screenshots:
You can also USE YOUR OWN MESSAGE IN
settings -> phone ->reply with a message.
[at least iPh 4S, 6.1.3]
Currently Being ModeratedAug 24, 2013 1:59 PM (in response to diesel vdub)
For the same reason that the threads are saved. i.e. The issue will likely have relevance for a user in the distant future. In this case, none of the answer gurus had come up with a useful solution. Finally, this paho fellow came across the thread and took the time to post and try to help (the original poster or someone in the future.) Some of us actually have phones that were introduced over three years ago. Now, I don't know if his fix actually helps but its spirit seems more appropriate for a "Support Community" than:
"You cannot do this. You'll just have to call back when you can like regular people do."
"If it's important and you don't answer, I'm sure that your coworker is smart enough to call someone else without receiving a text from you."
"get over it it cant be done as the first response said its not available on the iphone 4 and probably never will be available on any iphone"
I mean, ***?