It seems like my Verizon FIOS voicemail will only keep messages for 30 days. Once a message hits that age, I have to listen to it and delete it before hearing my new messages (it appears there is no option to continue saving it).
Is this normal? Is there a setting that I can change to go beyond 30 days?
Perhaps 15 years ago this was a defendable policy but today it seems silly.
And it seriously diminishes the value of the service, not that I need another reason to get rid of my landline for.......my VERIZON wireless phone, which allows me to save messages for YEARS!
Can somebody help me?
It seems like my Verizon FIOS voicemail will only keep messages for 30 days ... Is this normal? Is there a setting that I can change to go beyond 30 days? ... Can somebody help me? ...
I have my voicemail options set to notify me via email when a voice message is received. The email contains a .wav file of the actual message as an attachment. Obviously I can save the email as long as needed.
Have you considered this option?