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Auto-Voicemail for iPhone 4?


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Is there a way I can keep my iPhone 4 on (in order to make calls) but have all incoming calls automatically go to Voicemail without ringing several times? TIA.

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I don't believe there is a "do not disturb" mode for the iPhone. You can setup call forwarding to send all of your calls to another number..but then you'd miss the voicemail too..

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Set up a Google voice account and give that number out. You can go into Google and set a do not disturb on your line
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yes you can, set call forwarding to go to the voice mail system. in the settings in the phone somewhere is the voice mail #, just use that as the forward to #.
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