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  1. Easily Block Unwanted Calls with the New Blacklists App If you’re tired of screening potential spam, anonymous numbers, and other bothersome calls, the new Blacklists app is for you! In just a few clicks, you can block unwanted calls before they ever ring your device. To help you manage unwanted calls, we've made it even easier and more accessible to make sure only the important calls are getting through. Simply create a list, add the numbers you want to block, and you never need to worry about those numbers again. See just how easy it is here and check out our user guide here. The app is now available globally for Hosted Platform customers, just enable it in your App Exchange. If you’re a Private Cloud or Global Infrastructure customer, email sales@2600hz.com to add it to your service plan. We hope you enjoy this new app!
  2. Hey guys, I have many customers who want to block anonymous calls. Using the blacklist, I can block specific numbers, including +0000000000. However, if an INVITE comes in with From: "Anonymous" <sip:Restricted@IP_ADDRESS>;tag=gK081f67ae and Privacy: id It looks like kazoo does not evaluate it against the blacklist. I don't even see a log line for "not blacklisted". Stepswitch_inbound "runs routines" for the dialed number, but nothing about checking the blacklist. Is there a way to blacklist these types of anonymous calls?
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