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You apparently have unheard messages on the voicemail system provided by your telephone company. This system records messages when someone calls while you're already on the phone. Please contact your telephone company for instructions on accessing their voicemail system.
really depends on which voicemail you have. I will assume you have the toshiba voicemail. call voicemail, when it answers press * should ask for your user ID enter 999 and use 999997 as sec code or 999. press 8 then 6 and enter time
I have FiOs and used some of the info I gathered from this page to get my voice mail working now! To set up my voice mail I called my phone number (from the house phone), then pressed * when the automated system picked up...Your prompted to use a 4 digit pass code, which is the last 4 digits of your phone number (worked for me). From there I listened to the prompts and created a new "4 digit pw" as well as a "name password" by the end of the cycle. It then allowed me to listen to the messages on the phone and delete them! Phone finally says ready on it.
Called GE. Here's what's happening (at least with my phone). I use
VONAGE as a carrier. VONAGE's package includes voicemail. I have my
VONAGE voicemail account set up to take any call that comes in if the
answering machine on my GE phone does not pick up -- for instance if
I'm on the phone and I do not "flash" over to the incoming call, that
caller will eventually be sent to my VONAGE voicemail where they can
leave a message. (Otherwise I would either take the call, or, if not
already in use, the GE phone/answering system would simpy take the
message.) This GE phone is commucating with my VONAGE account
and letting me know that I have a mesage in my VONAGE
account voicemail. All I have to do is either go online and delete the
messages (after listening to them of course) and refresh the page. Once
the messsages are deleted, the carrier lets my phone know the messages
are gone and the NEW VOICE MAIL prompt on the handset disappears. I
suppose I can do it by listening to the messages by calling in and deleting through the touch pad on the phone as well.