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Will my answering machine work with my u-verse

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Unfortunately it may or may not be fully compatible. First you will need to make sure that all call forwarding features are turned off for your voice service so that calls will not go to voice mail before your machine can pick up. Now is where the issue of compatibility comes in, most answering machines continue recording messages until a certain amount of silence is detected on the line and the recording then stops. With some machines the period of time before the recording stops is too long, when the other party hangs up the phone the systems puts out a busy dial tone signal which the machine may mistake as a continuous message and use up all the space for messages on a single call. This of course means no other messages can be recorded till the previous message has been deleted. So to see if your machine is fully compatible means you must simply try and see.

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