joe123 wrote:Let's all stay in reality that Ooma is pretty much ignoring this request.
I personally believe that it's because of the fear of lawsuits from the commercial sector.
It is NOT a technical issue as it is easy to block numbers as Ooma is already doing in very VERY limited context.
Not sure "ignore" is the right word here but no mods have mentioned this being on the roadmap (that I know of).
Here is a list of what's mentioned: viewtopic.php?f=6&t=13154&start=10#p91652
I believe if this is far down the list, if on the list at all, it probably is due to feasibility vs what you mentioned. Just thinking about it on the surface....current implementation is storing numbers in blacklists and bumping that up against calls coming in. Now, we are talking about storing strings (hundreds of these for number as well as the name field per user) to compare with attributes of incoming calls...pretty significant difference if you ask me not to mention the performance implications.