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want to eliminate entering password to retrieve voicemail
MindyH
Member

Is it possible to elimate having to enter a password to retrieve voicemail? (I didn't need a password with AT&T)

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Re: want to eliminate entering password to retrieve voicemail
cstrait001
Sr. Member

Try this:

 

Press the Green Call/Send key or the Phone icon from the Home Screen

 

Press the Blackberry Menu Key

 

Press Options

 

Press Voice Mail

 

Enter your Password in the Password field.

 

Press Blackberry Menu Key and Press Save.

 

Or just use Visual Voicemail for $2.99. You only enter your password once when you set it up. You get your VM in your inbox, choose which ones to listen to, reply with voice mail or SMS, compose new voice mail and even forward VM to an email address -- all without ever having to call VM and waste precious time navigating through non-user friendly menus.

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Re: want to eliminate entering password to retrieve voicemail
Hollyj
Member

You can also do it as a speed dial.  I'm not certaiin exactly how to set it up, as my tech person did it for me.  But he did it so that the number 1 is voicemail, and then he entered a 3-second pause and put it my password.  Works every time!  I now just push the 1 key, wait a second and hear my voicemails. 

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Re: want to eliminate entering password to retrieve voicemail
SoccerRef
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Very cool!!!! I pushed the green phone button to bring up a list of phone calls made & received, press the BB menu key, choose options, click on voicemail. There is a field to enter your password. When you press 1 speed dial, it automatically adds a pause & enters your password.  Thanks to HollyJ for the suggestion.

SoccerRef

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