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Topic # 198660 18-Jul-2016 10:31
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Hi,
I am wondering if others are having problems with their 2talk voicemail using *55. We are getting strange behaviour where the system is skipping over messages when you play through new or old messages. Also had problem deleting messages. When I call up the system would say "you have 1 old message, press 1 for old messages", then you would press 1, and then 7 to delete when it started playing, then  hang up and dial *55, the system would say "you have 1 old message..." rinse and repeat.

 

2talk support has not been much use.

 

Cheers
Bruce

 

 


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  Reply # 1594396 18-Jul-2016 11:55
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I just have mine sent to email and deleted from the mailbox. Much easier





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  Reply # 1594757 18-Jul-2016 22:53
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Yes I do actually have voicemail messages forwarded to my email, but my significant other does not want the same, she prefers to use the dial up voicemail system.


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  Reply # 1642048 28-Sep-2016 19:50
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Just log in to your 2talk account and make sure all of the messages are deleted.

 

Also check that your DTMF's is working ok on your device, try using the 2talk connect phone on your PC and see if it 

 

works ok on that ....if it does then DTMF's may be the problem.





Now on 2talk Network and it's better.



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