Question about Sony Ericsson W850i Cellular Phone
How can I re-record my voice mail greeting? I no longer have the manual and I don't know where the voice key is on my motorola cell phone.
I have a new sony ericsson. When i phone into my voicemail, it just tells me I have no new messages and the woman's voice then just says... GOODBYE. I want to record my own personal greeting. There is NOTHING in the instruction manual!
Please help. Michelle
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.
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Press and hold the "1" key to call into your AT&T voice mail.
Enter the default passcode (your seven-digit telephone number--not including the area code) using your keypad.
Press "4" to access the "Personal Options" menu. Press "2" to enter the "Administrative" menu, and then press "1" to change your passcode. Enter the default passcode, and then enter your desired passcode. Listen to the playback for verification.
Wait until you are returned to the main menu. Press "4" for "Personal Options," and then press "3" to change your greeting.
Press "1" to change your "No Answer/Busy" greeting, or press "2" to change your "Extended Absence" greeting. Follow the voice prompts to record your personal greeting (this replaces the standard "answering machine" recording).
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