Jukebox, that may not be true. Most European phone systems have a "guard tone", an audible signal played every few seconds. It's purpose is for the user to be able to keep track of time on the phone call. Most modems have a initialization string that allows the modem to ignore the tone. Otherwise the modem may misunderstand the signal and do strange things like drop the connection.
I don't know exactly where original Audrey has this information stored. I believe /config/chat.normal and chat.ispsetup use ATZ and AT&F1. If you run an image with Network Cfg, you can add the initstring in Advanced Options for new Dialups. Btw, I had Audrey connect by phone in the Netherlands without a problem last year. I wonder what your problem is connecting by phone. Users can have connect problems anywhere. Can be the ISP or the phone line itself. The modem probably isn't one of the best.
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