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    Voice Mail

    Today I actually left the house with my phone and got to use it rather than play with it. I got a voice mail but could not retrieve it. speed dial 1 is to be set to voice mail but when I hold it down it reads voice mail but does not connect. (Even if I hit the send key) .
    When looking at speed dial # 1 shows no phone # associted but I am unable to edit it myself and enter my cell phone #.
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    VOICE MAIL

    Click on messages, then menu and then voice mail and there you will have all the settings you need.

    You can add soft pauses also so it will do your passwords etc.

    have fun
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    that worked

    Thanks
    that worked.
    Does anyone else find it annoying to not be able to use touch screen inphone mode?

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    Voice Mail

    How do I edit the speed dial Voice Mail number to include pauses so that my password and other numbers in the retrieve sequence will go in automatically? I know its possible to put in "," and "%" for pauses, but I can't figure out how to get to an editing screen for that Speed Dial #1 Voice Mail number.

    Also, once I do get the whole script entered, is there a way to release pauses without using the stylus? On my old phone there was a special V+ key that I could press after each pause to enter the next sequence of numbers.

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    voicemail

    Go to message app and then click menu button pick voicemail and from there the possibilities are open to you.

    remember (,) is a soft pause
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    Thanks. Also I now realize that the OK key releases the pauses.

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    pause

    if you put all your voicemail number and pauses and passcodes and the first check number in it will dail, enter passcode, and the enter the first code to check messages.

    like this
    #######,,####,,#

    this method is for a local dail 7 digits to pauses a 4 digit passcode and pauses and then a 1 digit to start messages playing.

    this is all entered in the voicemail number that is dialed when you press and hold the 1 on the keypad for 2-3 seconds.
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    That is one of the best features on my 6035! When I am on the road, I have to dial an 800 number to get my voice mail, enter my five digit extension then my five digit password. I can do all of that by pressing one key! Especially helpful when driving.

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    I have the soft pauses "," set up in my VoiceMail speed dial, but can someone tell me what the "%" function does in the string? Is that to create a hard pause? Do you then hit the OK button to release the hard pause?

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    Originally posted by Jeremy
    I have the soft pauses "," set up in my VoiceMail speed dial, but can someone tell me what the "%" function does in the string? Is that to create a hard pause? Do you then hit the OK button to release the hard pause?
    Yes and Yes

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    Superb! Thanks.

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    Re: that worked

    Originally posted by Murgatroyd
    Does anyone else find it annoying to not be able to use touch screen inphone mode?
    No. Why would you. What is on the phone screen you need to touch?

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    Re: Re: that worked

    Originally posted by HoTSynC
    No. Why would you. What is on the phone screen you need to touch?
    I don't find it very annoying because the 6035 didn't have this capability either. But sometimes I wish I could make menu selections by tapping them.

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    Re: Re: that worked

    Originally posted by HoTSynC
    No. Why would you. What is on the phone screen you need to touch?
    I've been trying to get an answer to that question myself... I don't see how we're missing out on anything.
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    I kinda thought is was done on purpose-- incase you have big ears or something, at least you have one app you can have running and it won't be effected by accidental bumps on the screen.
    iPhone therefore iAm.

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    Originally posted by Steve
    I kinda thought is was done on purpose-- incase you have big ears or something, at least you have one app you can have running and it won't be effected by accidental bumps on the screen.
    :crazya Leave it to Steve to think of this.
    Oh, you were being serious? :angel2 :biglaughb

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    Originally posted by Steve
    I kinda thought is was done on purpose-- incase you have big ears or something, at least you have one app you can have running and it won't be effected by accidental bumps on the screen.
    That's FUNNY! ...and makes sense too!
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    Thanks

    Wow, I am a newbie with all this and I hated the fact I had to dial in the password,

    Smarphonesource, your a life saver.

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    a search would have returned HotSync's earlier procedures for inserting passwords into your voice mail callback string.

    http://www.smartphonesource.com/vbul...ght=voice+mail

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    I was having trouble changing my voicemail call in number & was grateful to find the solutions here!!

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