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  1. ncalsuz's Avatar

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    I have several conference call invites that I get regularly and they are formatted the way many mobile's and BB's know to dial them. 18884567890x1234# they dial the number then on the prompt they send the passcode which is the string after the x and followed by the # They are typically the subject or location in a calendar invite. When I open this calendar invite in the Trophy calendar it doesn't seem to know what to do with it. If I put it in a normal email subject line it also doesn't seem to know what to do with it. Help this is really important functionality on a smart phone!!
  2. goodbar_dev's Avatar

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    Hi ncalsuz - There's an app for dialing your meetings, passcodes, & pauses called, "Conference Calleague". You have it automatically pull from your calendar invites or set up your own. It's got a free trial too so you can check it out:

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