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01 Jan 2017

How to block certain numbers from contacting me on iPlum?

01 Jan 2017

We strongly condemn spam calling or texting. There is a free feature in iPlum for our users to block these numbers.

You can add individual numbers or you can configure wildcard patterns to stop numbers from certain area-codes or completely block inbound calling & texting from a country.


iOS iPlum App:

  1. Recents: Tap on the phone number & click Block icon. If the number is already in your contacts, you will see More icon and click on the “Block Number” link in details.


OR


  1. Settings: iPlum App >> Settings >> Block Number >> Edit.

  2. Enter the phone number to block.

  3. (Optional) To add Wild Card blocking: Warning: Choose this option carefully since it will block multiple numbers. Enter the first few digits ending with a star (*). This will block any numbers which match that string. Do not enter multiple stars. The star needs to be at the end of the numbers. A simple star after the country icon will block all calls & texts from that country. Entering 410* for US will block all numbers starting with area-code 410.



Unblock Number:

  1. Settings iPlum App >> Settings >> Block Number >> Edit.

  2. Swipe left next to the phone number.



iPlum Portal:

  1. Login: Go to the web page https://my.iplum.com on your computer or a tablet. Your login-id is usually the phone number which you used to setup your iPlum account.

  2. Dashboard: You are now logged into your iPlum account.


  3. Block Numbers: Click “Utilities” and select “Block Numbers”. Select the account and add phone numbers to block incoming calls & texts from these numbers.





  4. Add Wild Card blocking: Enter the first few digits ending with a star (*). This will block any numbers which match that string. Do not enter multiple stars. The star needs to be at the end of the numbers. A simple star after the country icon will block all calls & texts from that country. Entering 410* for US will block all numbers starting with area-code 410.



    Important Tip:

    Spammers usually have automated dialers. We are seeing more often that if you have an Auto-Attendant setup on your iPlum number, the dialers stop at the Greetings itself since there is no real person to dial an extension and the spam call gets dropped. To find about Auto-Attendant click here






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How to register my iPlum number at FTC Do-not-call list?