Question on Voicemail

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  1. TyrantII

    TyrantII Member

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    Ok, so in the settings I have my Voicemail to dial pause for 4 seconds, then dial my pin and #. On my old OG, it worked great because hitting the VM button in the dialer dialed that saved number and got me right in.

    On my D3 there's no direct button on the dialer, and hitting the VM icon on the desktop brings me to a stupid front page to go to VM, or buy visual VM. Hitting VM just dials the VM inbox, and not the number in the settings.

    Is there way to one touch dial regular VM? And use the saved number in the options?
     
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    Push and hold the number one. That should dial the voicemail.

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    You can also create a contact for *86. If you want it to automatically enter your pin and start to play your messages, use *86,,<pin>,,,1 . If the keypresses occur a bit early, add commas to lengthen the pauses. I put mine in my Quick Contacts.
     
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    My appreciated guys!

    Jumped the gun, found holding 1 right later on in the night I posted this. Works well enough (like my OG)...
     
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    you ever consider using google voice for voicemail? it works pretty great.
     
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