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    New user- basic phone question

    Love the Droid but haven't figured out something pretty basic.

    My old old phone allowed me access my office voice mail with one button. In other words, I was able to program pauses to wait for the system, identify myself as a user, and then input my password. I have not been able to figure out how to do this on the Droid. Can someone help?
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    On my old phone I input a P....on the droid you input a comma (,) for a pause
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    There is a threa for this somewhere, but here is how mine is programmed:

    *86,pass#

    pass is of course, my password. That is in voicemail settings under call settigns
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    Quote Originally Posted by okeeffm View Post
    On my old phone I input a P....on the droid you input a comma (,) for a pause
    Thank you very much. That worked. I had to put in multiple commas in a couple of places because the pause was not long enough. Now it works.
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    Also, when in the "voicemail Number" edit box, you can press the #*( button and in there is a choice titled, "pause"
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    Whats the difference between the wait and pause button?
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