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Setting up voicemail on comdial 8212S-F8

What are the steps to setting up my personalized voicemail and how do I retrieve my messages.

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Re: Setting up voicemail on comdial 8212S-F8


Your phone model number is no help with this problem. You could have this phone on one of several different Comdial phone systems using one of several different voice mail systems. You will need to determine which voice mail you have and locate instructions for that specific unit.

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