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LCD Screen says ''2 missed calls''

I've picked up all my messages and have nothing saved (to my knowledge). How do I erase the message on the LCD screen? and why is there (1) up in the upper right hand corner of the screen?

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The "[1]" (or other number) in the upper right is the number of the extension. If you have more than one extension, they will each have their own number. Unfortunately, I can't anwer your other question as I have the same problem myself.

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