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Blackberry 9000 Bold, sound reminder on missed calls? how?

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Is it possible to have Blackberry 9000 BOLD with OS 5.0 have "sound" reminders when there is a missed phone call, it only shows LED?

But LED is also used for email, and in our environment there is always new emails, so its really not realistic. Is there a way to set this up?

Alternatively, I know I can disable LED for email and only leave it for missed phone calls, but what about beeps they are missed? How can I set that?

Thanks.
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There is no way in the default OS- you would need to purchase an app, such as http://appworld.blackberry.com/webstore/content/2191
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Thanks for the info, its unfortunate that they are missing this as a "standard" option.
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