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On your handset, press the Mute (the button also has an envelope to indicate messages). Press 5 on the handset to stop the playback of messages (if any are on the machine). When the handset beeps, press 8 on the keypad of the handset. When you hear "Record greeting", then speak your message. When you are done, press 8 or 5 to stop recording.
Note the answering machine must be on before you start. Press the On/Off button on the base.
press PROG, use the up and down keys to select TAM (stands for telephone ansa machine) then select ANSA and Record, then OGM, then personal. The phone will immeaditately start recording so you need to be ready to speak, when you're done press the green phone/ok button to finish. then press the red button until you return to the main phone screen. now press the OGM button on the base unit and you should hear your OGM personal greeting.
I assume you're referring to when people call you, and you're not there? This is actually a voicemail issue, not a cellphone issue.
If that's so, when you're in side your voicemail, you'll want to get to the administrative options. There, you'll have options to choose a personal greeting, a standard greeting or a greeting with just your name/number.
You'll want to choose personal greeting. This is the option to record your own greeting.
If this is not what you're referring to, you'll need to post a more clear question, so that we can answer it for you.
I assume that you have voicemail on your plan, and your carrier or service provider supports it. First call your voicemail number and wait for the announcement as the whether or not you have any messages. Then next few steps may vary depending on your provider.Enter your password if asked, Voice will tell you you are in main menu, Select personal options number. Select personal greetings. Here you have a choice between extended absence, standard and personal. Select personal, record your greeting, and press # to keep your recorded message. These steps may vary depending on your carrier, but are generally pretty standard, if you simply follow the voice directions.
this way will take awhile, but this is the only way i know how to record a personal greetong so far:
on page 10 of the manual, it tells you to press and hold the 1/E key.
This will automatically connect you to your voice mail.
after listening to your messages or no messages, the robot lady says, "main menu."
after hearing this, pay close attention because she asks if you would like to be taken to "personal options" (press 4)
she will then ask if you would like to be taken to "greetings or recorded name" (press 3)
she will then ask if you want "to change [your] personal greeting" (press 1)
then she asks 3 options of what you can do (ie her telling people your number, then telling them to leave messages; you saying your name, then her telling people to leave messages; or what you asked about: recording your own greeting).
To record your "personal greeting," press 3
then she gives you directions for this, etc.
hope this helps and that it is the same for your phone... i have a propel A767... it took me a long time to figure this out, so you are not alone :D
the voice mail key is the #1 key on the keypad as well it should have an envelope icon on the keypad as well, just press and hold the #1 key and follow the step by step instructions to setup you voice mail.
This isn't in the phone. It's in your voicemail preferences. Listen to all options in your voicemail settings. Just keep listening for an option number for settings after it tells you that you do or dont have messages. If you dont find something fairly obvious call *611 and tech support should be able to talk you through it. Call from a phone other than the razr.
call your own number, wait for personal choices, it will list several options, choose "change personal greeting," it will have a standard greeting with number, or with name and "custom" that you can record - follow prompts as directed