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Hey Tony, Changing the voicemail message is as easy as calling your voicemail, selecting SETTINGS from the main menu and re-recording the message. The type of phone (equipment) does not matter . If you have problems and are unable to do it this way , then dial 611 from your phone and talk to a service tech regarding voicemail (option 5 I think...?).
Call your voicemail. Put in your password. Then wait until it says "main menu" or something similar. If it gives an option to record a new voicemail greeting choose that option. If not, you may want to check with your provider.
For most networks in the UK, if you dial
your voicemail number, it will start to play your voicemails.
If you have none or if you do then wait until you get to the end, it
will then give you a menu. One of those options will be to change your
voicemail settings / change you voicemail message.
It varies a little from one mobile network to another, but they are all
very similar. The menus are normally easy to follow.
There are often shortcuts to doing this, but the long way is easier to
descirbe and works for more networks...
this way will take awhile, but this is the only way i know how to record a personal greetong so far:
on page 10 of the manual, it tells you to press and hold the 1/E key.
This will automatically connect you to your voice mail.
after listening to your messages or no messages, the robot lady says, "main menu."
after hearing this, pay close attention because she asks if you would like to be taken to "personal options" (press 4)
she will then ask if you would like to be taken to "greetings or recorded name" (press 3)
she will then ask if you want "to change [your] personal greeting" (press 1)
then she asks 3 options of what you can do (ie her telling people your number, then telling them to leave messages; you saying your name, then her telling people to leave messages; or what you asked about: recording your own greeting).
To record your "personal greeting," press 3
then she gives you directions for this, etc.
hope this helps and that it is the same for your phone... i have a propel A767... it took me a long time to figure this out, so you are not alone :D
-Dial into voicemail -Enter password to access system -Press button for Greetings or Administrative Options menu -Choose type of greeting -Press button to change it and record new greeting -Listen to new greeting and press button to confirm -Exit system
I think that there is just a generic message alert tone setting applies for both vm and text. If your voicemail alert tone and message alert tones are the same, this is probably the case. I have searched the menu on my phone and haven't found any setting to change vm tone specifically.