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I wish to create my own message on the answer-phone.

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Hi,

Please check the article mentioned bellow which is the standard AT & T method of creating and recording your own messages.

http://www.jr.com/product/productGuide.jsp?contentPath=/Content/media/html/productGuides/Office/answeringMachines.html

Thank You

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