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Topic # 215011 8-Jun-2017 14:11
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Hi Guys,

 

I had 4 personal voice messages on my Spark mobile that I would carefully re-save every time I got a new voice message.

 

I guess it's been a long time since I last got a new voice message. Today I checked a new voice message then deleted it. Usually after it would say "you have 4 saved messages" - but today it said "you have 1 saved message". I listened to the message and it was the latest of the 4 messages I had saved.

 

I think that the other 3 messages had expired, because I had not logged on soon enough to re-save them again.

 

It's really sad, as these messages have emotional value for me. Is there anyway I can recover these 3 missing messages?

 

To be clear I didn't delete them (i.e. I didn't press "3"), they were just gone. Any help would be really appreciated.

 

Thanks


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  Reply # 1796666 8-Jun-2017 14:30
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There is a possibility of getting the back however it may cost to do so. You can also get them exported and burnt onto a CD (at a cost) but if they have emotional value then this could be worth it for you.

 

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  Reply # 1796808 8-Jun-2017 16:52
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michaelmurfy:

 

There is a possibility of getting the back however it may cost to do so. You can also get them exported and burnt onto a CD (at a cost) but if they have emotional value then this could be worth it for you.

 

Ping @hio77

 

 

 

 

Been a hetic day today so bit slow off the mark on this one;

 

 

 

I don't work mobile at all, so had to do a bit of digging.

 

There is possibly a team that may possibly be able to look at this, but more than likely they have expired and since been deleted off the system.

 

 

 

@OP

 

I'll DM a number for you give a try, no promises though sorry!...





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