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Topic # 205585 18-Nov-2016 16:12
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Italk is being phased out. Its an IP calling service with a comprehensive web based interface. I have Italk set up so calls to our landline are directed to a voicemail box and then the messages are emailed to us.

 

A tidy way of coping with people who insist on calling our land line since we don't use it anymore.

 

I am having fibre installed and Slingshot is saying that I can only have GoTalk which looks like it is a pure IP calling service where you have to use an app to make calls etc. I have been told it doesn't have a voice mail facility.

 

Time to start again, any suggestions from setting up voice mail for my land line number?


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  Reply # 1673718 18-Nov-2016 16:36
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iTalk was run on similar software to 2Talk (A sister company of Slingshot)

 

My suggestion would be to go to them as they can replicate your existing settings





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  Reply # 1674784 21-Nov-2016 09:12
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