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Would like to change voicemail message in phone

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  • mzbbyblu Dec 16, 2008

    Ok well when i call 707 it goes straight to my messages .
    What to i dail ? to get me through to creating a new voicemail

  • chloereading Mar 11, 2009

    That helps heaps. But what is the code for the voice mail??

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    I cant dial my own number or press 1

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-Dial into voicemail
-Enter password to access system
-Press button for Greetings or Administrative Options menu
-Choose type of greeting
-Press button to change it and record new greeting
-Listen to new greeting and press button to confirm
-Exit system

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I think it's just the last four numbers of your cell number. Can you help me figure out how to change what people hear when I tell them to leave a message?

Posted on Jun 12, 2009

Dial voicemail, enter password, press star key, follow menu options

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