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I need to figure out what my acess number is for my voice mail.

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I assume you are talking about a cell phone. The number is stored in the setup area of the phone, or, sometimes, in the telephone address book, where it was placed by your carrier during account setup. Your carrier's customer service can also tell you the voice mail number associated with your cell number. If an office phone, then the access number is your regular phone number. Just consult the manual for how to enter vocie mail from a remote call. Example: on Lucent Partner, it is *7.

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