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    prob w/google voice

    I know its got to be a loose nut behing the keyboard, but HELP.... If anyone calls my cell, if I don't answer, it goes to my google voice voicemail. How can I change it back to go to the regular (verizon) or droid VM?

    Thx
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    Quote Originally Posted by snappingfish View Post
    I know its got to be a loose nut behing the keyboard, but HELP.... If anyone calls my cell, if I don't answer, it goes to my google voice voicemail. How can I change it back to go to the regular (verizon) or droid VM?

    Thx
    login to gvoice online and go to settings and disable it.
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    May I ask why you wouldn't want it to go to your GV Mailbox?
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    ??????

    Quote Originally Posted by JCo352 View Post
    May I ask why you wouldn't want it to go to your GV Mailbox?
    BECAUSE, I want to know how to decide which VM messages are sent to. Now, may I ask if you know how?

    What I would really like is a toggle app, so when Im in my car, all go to google VM, but when Im home, they go to VZW VM.
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    Admittedly, I don't remember seeing any app for that, much less think that anyone had ever thought of that.

    I just use GV for everything and don't see any reason to bounce things around like that. If I want people to hear a different VM answer, I would just record another greeting in GV and switch from there. I haven't touched my verizon mailbox since I got GV.

    I hope someone has something more to your liking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xandor View Post
    Admittedly, I don't remember seeing any app for that, much less think that anyone had ever thought of that.

    I just use GV for everything and don't see any reason to bounce things around like that. If I want people to hear a different VM answer, I would just record another greeting in GV and switch from there. I haven't touched my verizon mailbox since I got GV.

    I hope someone has something more to your liking.
    Its on the Mac (or PC) google, com / voice>settings>phones."deactivate google voicemail on this phone"

    phew!
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    ask a question around here, and get WHY DO YOU WANT TO KNOW THAT??

    Inquiring minds NEED to know-THAT'S WHY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by snappingfish View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by xandor View Post
    Admittedly, I don't remember seeing any app for that, much less think that anyone had ever thought of that.

    I just use GV for everything and don't see any reason to bounce things around like that. If I want people to hear a different VM answer, I would just record another greeting in GV and switch from there. I haven't touched my verizon mailbox since I got GV.

    I hope someone has something more to your liking.
    Its on the Mac (or PC) google, com / voice>settings>phones."deactivate google voicemail on this phone"

    phew!
    fish

    ask a question around here, and get WHY DO YOU WANT TO KNOW THAT??

    Inquiring minds NEED to know-THAT'S WHY!
    You could always seek answers to your questions elsewhere! Many times knowing why you want to do something can help in coming up with the solution!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! But you're probably the kind that just wants others to solve your problems!
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    An app probably wouldn't be able to do this. When you're "Activating Google voicemail for your phone" you're really just setting up conditional call forwarding to your GV number.

    You enable and disable conditional forwarding this way (make sure you reference the conditional section or else you'll forward all calls):
    http://search.vzw.com/?do=viewdoc&id=17268&p=null
    Last edited by takeshi; 05-18-2010 at 07:48 AM.

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