In article <9504041314 .
R. Rodion Rathbone <rodion @
>sequence of beeps and timing varied widely, not only between pager companies,
>but sometimes on successive pages to the same service and even the same beeper.
>He eventually found commercial voice-mail hardware system that had enough analog
>hooks to support reliable software, but it was pricey ($5-10K I
Many of the newer fax/v32bis modems have voice capability. My rather
old ZyXel does this, although the sun3 it is hooked up to can not do
the 57.6k required to get voice data.
Shouldn't that do the trick?
>for the message prompt, and repeat a short signature at short intervals,
>as in "91,,91,,91,,91,,91". Whatever the timing or promps, some of it
>will get through, an you'll get a recogizable code.
Good idea... a 1200 baud modem can do that.
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