What call blocking modes can be enabled in Call Control
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On this page, you can choose in what way you want blocked calls to be handled by default.
Disconnect – this mode briefly answers the incoming blocked call and immediately hangs up (pickup and hangup), which ensures the blocked caller is not able to leave a voicemail message.
Send to Voicemail – this mode sends the incoming blocked call directly to voicemail, without ringing your phone.
Ignore– this mode mutes the ringer on incoming blocked calls and texts. If you don’t hang up, the calls will be sent to your voicemail.
How to block calls on second line (Call Waiting Blocking Mode) – choose how you want to block calls while you’re on the phone.
Blocking priority – in the event that you create conflicting rules in your Blocked and Allowed lists, this setting establishes a priority of which list will take precedence in the event of a conflict. For example, when you have a rule +1 425 000 5555 in the Allowed list and the same number as a mask in the Blocked list, such as +1 425 000 XXXX, the Blocking priority option will decide whether to block this number or not to block it.