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Backing up Callsafe

Submitted by Weevie 20-07-2018 | 2 Comments

Status: Unable to Deliver

Why is callsafe not backup-able ?

It appears to be a poor copy of BT's "Call Protect" which has always had the ability to back up  the settings - because when you switch off callsafe (or it gets switched off by itself) - and re-enable it - you will unfortunately discover that ALL of your safe list numbers are gone - which may cause you to ask "Why"

The answer is that TT was in such a hurry to clear its name after the hacking incident - that nobody even considered this requirement !

 

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Backing up Callsafe

Why is callsafe not backup-able ?

It appears to be a poor copy of BT's "Call Protect" which has always had the ability to back up  the settings - because when you switch off callsafe (or it gets switched off by itself) - and re-enable it - you will unfortunately discover that ALL of your safe list numbers are gone - which may cause you to ask "Why"

The answer is that TT was in such a hurry to clear its name after the hacking incident - that nobody even considered this requirement !

 

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2 Comments
Community Team
Status changed to: Unable to Deliver

@Weevie Thanks for the suggestion. This isn't currently possible, but we will take the idea on board and consider this for the future.

 

Enlightened One

@Weevie wrote:

Why is callsafe not backup-able ?

It appears to be a poor copy of BT's "Call Protect" which has always had the ability to back up  the settings - because when you switch off callsafe (or it gets switched off by itself) - and re-enable it - you will unfortunately discover that ALL of your safe list numbers are gone - which may cause you to ask "Why"

The answer is that TT was in such a hurry to clear its name after the hacking incident - that nobody even considered this requirement !

 


Why not ?

BT's call protect has such a facility - and since TT has borrowed the whole idea from BT - It does appear possible ?