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#40674 1-Sep-2009 16:55
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I;ve been messing with my asterisk to get a skinny phone working (still not there yet but thats another issue)

Anyway, I cant call *55 on my italk line at the moment. 2talk is fine. Before I go messing around since I havent changed dialplan so it should be no change - has anyone else had any issues with the italk voicemail - last would have used it about a week ago ok. So its either my changes or italk is broken.


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  #252300 1-Sep-2009 16:56
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Dont they have an 028 number you can use? 02889mail or something like that?

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  #252334 1-Sep-2009 17:45
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Hmm, they are all telling me that they dont recognize my account number. Will call them next week if its not sorted out by then.



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  #253452 5-Sep-2009 21:38
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ITALK voicemail has been restored :) service is now tested and working the number is 02 888 MAIL 02 888 6245

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  #253580 6-Sep-2009 17:36
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So it was a global outage then?

Great use of the network status, your twitter account and other means of communication... if you chose to.


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