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Question about Verizon Messages App
jrollins2
Newbie

Using the Verizon Messages App, I understand the person will be alerted on their phone when the app is accessed.  It also shows the IP address being accessed from.  My question is, on any subsequent times that the app is accessed from the same IP address, is the person's phone alerted?  Or, is it just that initial time?  Is that person's phone alerted EVERY time you access Verizon Messages App?

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Re: Question about Verizon Messages App
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

That's a great question. When you receive the message on the device is asking for permission to allow the app access or is the message stating that the app in now enrolled or connected? KleoL_VZW

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Re: Question about Verizon Messages App
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

We'd like to ensure your services are working as intended. Have you tested to see if the alert is sent out each time a session is logged into from a different PC?

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