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  Reply # 351712 15-Jul-2010 09:01
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And do you have a Blackberry/Iphone and the voicemail now works?

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  Reply # 351731 15-Jul-2010 09:32
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No I don't. Neal has already said there is no current fix for that problem.

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  Reply # 351737 15-Jul-2010 09:35
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Excellent. Was just checking.

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  Reply # 351750 15-Jul-2010 09:49
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freitasm: I suspect this is the reason why my Windows Mobile phone can't dial voicemail without a registry change.


do you happen to have a link for that handy? i've got the problem, just didnt get around to searching for the solution although i expected that a registry entry would fix it.




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  Reply # 351779 15-Jul-2010 10:50
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The only "fix" currently available, that I am aware of, for the iPhone and Blackberry voicemail issue is to go into a store and ask for a new "V3" Sim card.




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