Voicemail access...

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  1. mtnangler
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    Hi all, I LOVE my Droid. Not having any of the issues others have, GPS works great, battery cover secure, etc.

    I do have one question though. On my Treo, I could program an auto dial to voicemail to include a pause, and then have it automatically enter my password. So just one 'click', and I could listen to voicemail. On the Droid, I haven't been able to figure this out. Is there a way to do this from the voicemail button on the phone app? Or is should I just create a 'Favorite' number and dial it from there? It would be really convenient to do it from the main phone screen...

    Thanks in advance, sorry if it's been answered, I tried the search and didn't find anything.
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    I think it's:

    *86,1234#

    [Settings > Call Settings > Voicemail Settings > Voicemail number.]

    Obviously, replace 1234 with your passcode.
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    No, tried that, it doesn't work. Any other suggestons?
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    You have to put pauses in before you put the # sign and the password in.

    *86pp#passcode

    without the pauses it won't enter your passcode
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    Sorry, this may be an obvious answer for you, but how can I enter 'P' when the text editor is set on numbers? I tried screen and keyboard entry, but the 'P' key enters a 0, or a + if you hold down the key.
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    I'm using *86,,xxxx#

    works... :)
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    Thanks Boris, that worked for me too. Also went into the default contact for "Voicemail" and edited the phone number there.
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    i recently changed my voicemail number from the default *86 to just 1, but it doesn't seem to be working at all. i can't access my voicemail -- i just keep getting "your voicemail cannot be reached at this time." what's wrong? what can i do? i just can't figure it out...

    thanks in advance
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