How to set up greeting w/o automated instructions & options
I wish to illiminate the automated instructions for options, which follow my personal cell phone greeting. I also wish to illiminate the automated instructions that follow after the caller presses 1 to leave a message.
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1)Call your Voicemail access number, or press its corresponding shortcut key (usually the number "1").
2)Press the key corresponding to "set your voicemail greeting" or "Set up your voicemail."
3)Decide whether you want to use an automated greeting, which usually gives out your number and advises callers that you're not available.
4)Follow the prompts to record and save your greeting.
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).
Without knowing the model of phone you have, it's hard to give specifics, but in general you can set up your voice mail by dialing your cell phone number, and when the automated message begins, hit the asterisk [*] and then type in your password, which if you haven't created one is probably defaulted to either the last four digits of your phone number or the last four digits of your Social Security Number.
Once you've put your password in (some systems require you to hit the pound key [#] afterward) just follow the prompts to record your greeting, set your mail options, and make any other changes you want to.
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Call your voicemail box like you're checking your messages. Continue listening to the prompts until you hear an option to change user options or personal options. Under this menu should be an option to change your personal greeting. Follow the prompts to re-record and save and there you go. If you have any problems, contact your customer service as this is the method to change your personal greeting.
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