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    One Touch Voice Mail Retrieval

    To eliminate entering your password to hear your voicemails:
    Touch the green phone button to get the phone pad screen up, BB button/Options/Voice Mail. You should see your phone number and below it Password: (Fill this in along with the # sign if required) and Save.

    Holding down the "1" key will automatically dial into your voice mail, and automatically programs a 3 second pause, then enters your password and you have access to your call messages.
    (Especially helpfull if you have ScreenLock or an equivalent program.



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    Great tip, Painlessone!!! Thanks!

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    Very useful.

    Side note: avoid this if you have something to hide in your voicemail



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    One step just a little further...

    The one key will enter pauses and waits.

    P. = pause

    P.P.P your password P.P.P-1 will auto play the first message.

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    Awesome :-)

    i would so use this if i didn't use YouMail lol :-)



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    Quote Originally Posted by KristopherF View Post
    Awesome :-)

    i would so use this if i didn't use YouMail lol :-)
    How do you like YouMail? I have seen good and bad reviews?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crickee View Post
    How do you like YouMail? I have seen good and bad reviews?

    Oh it's awesome i haven't had a problem with it at all, it's awesome how you can have a different greeting for every person in your phone book and everything.

    It's better then paying 2.99 for just being able to download your voicemails to your phone lol

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    Thanks for the info, I may have to try this!

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