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Voicemail message repeats itself and does not beep for message

The voicmail message repeates itslef and does not beep for clients to leave a message they have to wait a while until they can leave a message. How can I delete one of the messages?

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Sounds like your main greeting and your general delivery mailbox message might be the same. Try altering the main greetings message to see if the messages differ from each other

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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    george peters Sep 26, 2009

    sounds like your main greeting and your general delivery mailbox message might be the same. Try altering the main greetings message to see if the messages differ from each other

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