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''Low Memory'' on Amstrad E-Mailer

What steps I should take to solve this problem please? There are no voicemails in store. Amstrad no longer have the helpline. Thank you.

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  • Vee8 Jan 05, 2009

    When Amstrad did have a help line they had a fix.  It involved typing in a series of numbers which completely cleared the voicemail memory. Unfortunately, when I did it the first time, I did not write down the sequence. 


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