Phones acting as if voicemail box is full eventhough there are no voicemails at all.
The voicemail light is on the main phone. callers are unable to leave voicemails because the system says that the voicemail box is full. When checking voicemail there are NO new, saved or old voicemails.
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Your mail box is for voicemail and it would be a number that you call to listen to messages that are left for you. The company that provides your cell phone service would be able to tell you how to check your voicemail so that you can free up space.
just dial your voicemail box number to listen to voicemail messages left by callers..usually the #1 key is the voicemail dail key..press and hold the #1 key to have your phone dial the voicemail number..(if voicemail is activated and set up on your phone)
In reading this issue I am not sure if you are referring to your voicemail that is provided by your cellular provider, or if cell phone callers are unable to leave a message on your land line answering machine, so I will answer both of those just incase. If you are referring to your cellular service and callers are not able to leave you a voice message, then there could be a couple of issues at hand here. The first of which is that your voice mail box may be full and cannot accept any more messages, If this is the case then you will need to delete some of the older messages by pressing and holding # 1 on your wireless handset and selecting the messages that you want to delete from the voicemail system. If that is not the issue then you will need to place a test call to your cellular device and let it rollover to voicemail and see what it is that the callers are being told. Sometimes there will be an error message. If this is the case then you will want to write that message information down and contact your service provider so that they can resolve the issue. If you call your cellular device and let it rollover to voicemail and the system tells you to enter the subscribers telephone or mailbox number, then what you have is called a "round tree message" and this means that there is an issue with the server that handles the voicemail for that celluar provider and their technical support team will handle the issue by reseting your voicemail. If they do this you may lose all of your messages, that is the downside. The upside is that callers will then be able to leave you messages.
If this is referring to your land line answering machine, I would recommend unpluging it, letting it sit for a minute and plugging it back in. You may also want to make sure that you do not have caller ID call block initated on your home phone, which will tell callers that there call has been delivered successfully but the party they are calling does not accept calls from parties who have their number blocked.
Your phone does not have an internal answering machine/voicemail function. It only allows you to retrieve voicemail messages if you subscribe to voicemail service through your telephone service provider. Access and other features vary by telephone company and location, so you need to contact your phone company for specifics. The voicemail light on your phone lets you know if you have new messages on your phone company system. To disable this light if you do not subscribe to this service: - Press PROG - Use the up/down arrow keys to select CLR VOICEMAIL - Press SELECT. The screen displays CLEAR? and YES flashes. - Press SELECT to confirm. You will hear a confirmation tone.
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