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How can I re-record my voice mail greeting? I no longer have the manual and I don't know where the voice key is on my motorola cell phone.

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If you call into your voice mail you should get passed all the messages and it will say something to the fact of personal settings.. in there you can change your greeting.

Posted on Mar 26, 2008

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the voice mail key is the #1 key on the keypad as well it should have an envelope icon on the keypad as well, just press and hold the #1 key and follow the step by step instructions to setup you voice mail.

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

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How to set up voice mail


Here are all the steps you will need. Good luck:
  1. From the Home screen, tap Phone .
  2. Tap Voicemail .
    You could be directed to the automated Voice Mail system at this time. If so, follow the voice prompts to set up your Voice Mail and greeting instead of completing the steps below.
  3. Tap Set Up Now.
  4. Enter a password then tap Done.
    The password must be between 4-6 digits in length.
  5. Re-enter the password then tap Done.
  6. Tap Custom to record a greeting.
    To use a Verizon default greeting, tap (check) Default.
  7. Tap Record to begin.
  8. When finished, tap Stop.
  9. Tap Save.

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Set up voice mail


What model phone do you have and which carrier? For example, with a Verizon iphone 5 these are the steps:
  1. From the Home screen, tap Phone .
    The Home screen is accessed by pressing the home button (located at the bottom of the device).
  2. Tap Voicemail
    You could be directed to the automated Voice Mail system at this time. If so, follow the voice prompts to set up your Voice Mail and greeting instead of completing the steps below.
  3. Tap Set Up Now.
    If the 'Set Up Now' pop-up does not appear, your voice mail has already been set up. Simply tap Greeting in the upper-left of the voice mail screen and begin at step 6.
  4. Enter a password then tap Done.
    The password must be between 4-6 digits in length.
  5. Re-enter the password then tap Done.
  6. Tap Custom to record a greeting.
    To use a Verizon default greeting, tap (check) Default.
  7. Tap Record to begin.
  8. When finished, tap Stop.
  9. Tap Save.

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How to change voicemail on a galaxy 5


  • From the Home screen, tap , then tap Call icon.
  • Follow the tutorial to create a password, record a greeting, and record your name.
Note: These steps may be different depending on your network.

Accessing Your Voice Mail

  • From the Home screen, tap Call icon, then tap Voice Mail icon. You may be prompted to enter a password.
  • When connected, follow the voice prompts from the voice mail center.

Accessing Your Voice Mail From Another Phone

  • Dial your wireless phone number.
  • When you hear your voicemail greeting, press the asterisk key on the phone you are using.
  • Enter your password and you are connected to your Voice Mail.

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How to deleat a recorded greeting on my phone


Recorded greeting....assuming voice mail greeting. VM is switch related vs stored in the phone. You will need to log into VM and choose the option for greeting, then you can overwrite your current greeting

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Setting up voice mail


You should be able to go into settings and go to voicemail. Then you should be able to record your greeting. Also if you have a voicemail icon click on it and go to greeting hope this helps

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I don't know how to set up voice message


If you mean setting up voice mail out-going message, then see below (for AT&T cell service). The phone will dial the voice mail center for you after you set it. Then it will check the number of messages on the system. Press Menu > Messaging > Settings. Then select Voice Mail and enter the phone number for the call center. Then press the AT&T button to exit.

To listen to the messages, press and hold 1 or press Menu > Messaging > Voice Mail. Then the number set above will be dialed.

To set up the voice mail box, start as you would for listening to the messages above. Note: you must use your wireless phone and be inside the AT&T coverage area.

To set up your voicemail box:

1. Follow the prompts to create and enter a 4- to 15-digit voicemail password.
2. Record your name and personal greeting, then press the # key
3. After completing the setup process, press * to return to the Main menu.

See http://www.wireless.att.com/answer-center/main.jsp?t=solutionTab&ft=browseTab&ps=solutionPanels&locale=en_US&_dyncharset=UTF-8&solutionId=52653&isSrch=Yes for more information.

For another provider, see their documentation.

To create a memo for yourself, press Menu > Tools > Voice Memo (or if using the advanced menu, Menu > My Stuff > Tools > Voice Memo). Then press Options > New (or Create New, if you have created one before). Press Re-rec to record and pause to momentarily stop recording. Press the AT&T button to stop recording. Press Play to play back a memo and the AT&T button to stop play-back.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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How do I access the voice mail on my LG Neon 2 cell phone?


  • Press and hold the "1" key to call into your AT&T voice mail.

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    Enter the default passcode (your seven-digit telephone number--not including the area code) using your keypad.

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    Press "4" to access the "Personal Options" menu. Press "2" to enter the "Administrative" menu, and then press "1" to change your passcode. Enter the default passcode, and then enter your desired passcode. Listen to the playback for verification.

  • 4

    Wait until you are returned to the main menu. Press "4" for "Personal Options," and then press "3" to change your greeting.

  • 5

    Press "1" to change your "No Answer/Busy" greeting, or press "2" to change your "Extended Absence" greeting. Follow the voice prompts to record your personal greeting (this replaces the standard "answering machine" recording).



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    the voice mail key is the #1 key on the keypad as well it should have an envelope icon on the keypad as well, just press and hold the #1 key and follow the step by step instructions to setup you voice mail.

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