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That could work also. I thought you have to hit 1
to answer the forwarded calls, as they are announced to you upon answering,
unless you can turn all of that off. You wouldn't be able to have Google pass
the caller's number and have a distinctive ring at the same time though, as far
as I know.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, January 23, 2016 4:18
Subject: Re: Jaws and soft phone,
On Sat, Jan 23, 2016 at 01:44 pm, Bill White <billwhite92701@...>
I use GoogleVoice, but I only use it to forward calls to my home
phone and cell. I don't call or receive calls from my computer. Using it the
way I do, everything is accessible, but I can't speak about using it
directly from the PC.
This is another option I'm considering.
If memory serves, when you forward you can tell Google Voice either to
pass along the original caller's number or the Google Voice number for Caller
ID purposes. I could forward the calls to the client's iPhone via her
regular mobile number and use a distinctive ring if it's coming from the
Google Voice number. The important thing is that she knows whether she's
answering her own native mobile number or is receiving a call from the Google