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Old May 13th 07, 12:58 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
robert
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how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?

thanks

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Old May 13th 07, 01:02 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Linker3000
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robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?

thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!
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Old May 13th 07, 06:57 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
robert
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On May 12, 8:02 pm, Linker3000
wrote:
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?


thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!


you shouldn't have the right to talk: when you offend a member of this
community, you are offending the whole community.

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Old May 13th 07, 08:52 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Jono
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robert laid this down on his screen :
On May 12, 8:02 pm, Linker3000
wrote:
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?
thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!


you shouldn't have the right to talk: when you offend a member of this
community, you are offending the whole community.


que?


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Old May 13th 07, 10:38 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Alan Ramsay
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"Linker3000" wrote in message
...
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?

thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!



The OP was posting at 4:58pm, just because he is currently in a TZ that is
GMT-7 it appears that the post was sent at 12:58am.

Whereas, you on the other hand, actually were posting at 1:02am Local time.

Alan


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Old May 13th 07, 10:43 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Lurch
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On Sun, 13 May 2007 09:38:52 GMT, "Alan Ramsay"
mused:

"Linker3000" wrote in message
...
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?

thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!



The OP was posting at 4:58pm, just because he is currently in a TZ that is
GMT-7 it appears that the post was sent at 12:58am.

Whereas, you on the other hand, actually were posting at 1:02am Local time.


Do people really have nothing better to do?

/shakes head at losers
--
Regards,
Stuart.
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Old May 13th 07, 10:59 AM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Graham
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"Jono" wrote in message
. ..
robert laid this down on his screen :
On May 12, 8:02 pm, Linker3000
wrote:
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?
thanks

Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!


you shouldn't have the right to talk: when you offend a member of this
community, you are offending the whole community.


que?


More like che cosa?
Looking at Roberts posting history, he appears to be of Italian OEM.
Perhaps they don't do irony in Italy?

--

Graham.
%Profound_observation%


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Old May 13th 07, 04:59 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Ivor Jones
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"Lurch" wrote in message

On Sun, 13 May 2007 09:38:52 GMT, "Alan Ramsay"
mused:

"Linker3000"
wrote in message
...
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to
improve the quality of the voice while calling? In
particular what should change?

thanks


Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at
this time of the morning.

Oh wait!



The OP was posting at 4:58pm, just because he is
currently in a TZ that is GMT-7 it appears that the
post was sent at 12:58am.

Whereas, you on the other hand, actually were posting
at 1:02am Local time.


Do people really have nothing better to do?


Yes, but sometimes doing nothing better isn't as much fun ;-)

/shakes head at losers


Your head might fall off, be careful..!

Ivor


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Old May 18th 07, 09:09 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Linker3000
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Alan Ramsay wrote:
"Linker3000" wrote in message
...
robert wrote:
how can i change the settings if i'd like to improve the quality of
the voice while calling? In particular what should change?

thanks

Get somne sleep - only an idiot would be posting at this time of the
morning.

Oh wait!



The OP was posting at 4:58pm, just because he is currently in a TZ that is
GMT-7 it appears that the post was sent at 12:58am.

Whereas, you on the other hand, actually were posting at 1:02am Local time.

Alan


Yes, I know - I was there.
 




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