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Topic # 13246 30-Apr-2007 16:12
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Hi Phil,

A little formating change request, if its not a biggy; or maybe stick it on the wish list.

I have notify of VM messages emailed to my SMS email address, this works well. I get a text on my phone with phone number of caller that has left VM. Great I can call in when I'm out to receive the VM.

I have also tried this with "Call Notify", but all I get is a blank text on my phone. The reason for this is I only receive text from the email message "body", not the subject line.

Is it possible to change the way the "Call Notify" email is formated, so that the email subject "call notify from nnnnnnnnn ..." is also repeated in the email body?

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  Reply # 68943 30-Apr-2007 16:22
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Since we like to assist where possible, try now and see if this is what your after Wink




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  Reply # 68944 30-Apr-2007 16:35
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Awesome, thats sort of done the trick for starters. Though, would handy if there was some indication of whether it was a call notify or a VM, and which line it came from. E.G.
VM VFX1 nnnnnnnnnn ... (Voicemail from nnn on line 1)or
CN VFX2 nnnnnnnnnn ... (Call notify nnn on line 2)

But, there's enough info now that'll I'll work it out anyway. I.E. one text, and it was just a call - followed soon by another text means they also left a voicemail.

Thanks !!!!





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  Reply # 68945 30-Apr-2007 16:40
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The Notification should be different from Voice mail and Notify, the indication on which line it came in on is something that has been requested as a feature request but no word yet on availability , it will be contained in a new software release towards the end of the year at this stage.




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