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Topic # 57436 13-Feb-2010 13:34
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Hi

I've just logged on to the xnet voicemail system for the first time, to hear if I've gotten any messages. I had 94 messages. Well, someone had 94 messages in any case... They go right back to May 2008 - I just subscribed in January 2010.

Methinks xnet does not delete old messages attached to a number when the number is reallocated?

/Peter

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  Reply # 298627 13-Feb-2010 13:43
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Hmm interesting, will take a look at this but this should not be the case at all, all old mailboxes should be deleted before number reassignement.... I will be take a look at your account and investigate the issue.

Thanks for highlighting this.




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  Reply # 298629 13-Feb-2010 13:53
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Yeah, well I've now listened through them all (deleting as I go), and eventually found the last few messages which were actually for me...

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  Reply # 298680 13-Feb-2010 17:02
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Hi I had exactly the same when I got my line a couple of weeks ago with Vfx

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  Reply # 298970 15-Feb-2010 08:28
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Thanks for the feedback, we have identifed an issue with certain old mailboxes and how they were getting deleted, this should now be fixed going forward.





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