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LG VX4500 - Putting pauses in voice mail number

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Anonymous
October 13, 2004 8:03:34 PM

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has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the
vx4500 to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this
number doesn't seem to allow pauses to be put in.

Thanks
Tony

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Anonymous
October 13, 2004 11:15:23 PM

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Upper case T is a 2 sec pause.

"ymiyru_04" <ymiyru_04@CloseEncounter.com> wrote in message
news:FvudnTTTPJRhFPDcRVn-sA@rcn.net...
> has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the vx4500
> to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this number doesn't
> seem to allow pauses to be put in.
>
> Thanks
> Tony
Anonymous
October 14, 2004 2:57:59 AM

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If you are talking about the pre-programmed number that is located at
speed dial #1, then the answer here would be no, I haven't been able to
figure out how to make any changes in that number, though I would surely
like to.

If you are talking about adding either a hard or soft pause at a
*different* location when calling voice mail, then yes, I've done that,
and the directions are on page 40 of my manual. In brief, once you've
entered the initial number sequence, press the right soft key and follow
the prompts to select either a hard or a two second pause.

Hope that is helpful.

- Dave

ymiyru_04 wrote:

> has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the
> vx4500 to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this
> number doesn't seem to allow pauses to be put in.
>
> Thanks
> Tony
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Anonymous
October 14, 2004 10:39:33 AM

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Thanks. I can't seem to put an alphabetic character into this number.
The interface to edit it (menu-3-6-8) only seems to allow numeric
characters.



Joe Rutledge wrote:

> Upper case T is a 2 sec pause.
>
> "ymiyru_04" <ymiyru_04@CloseEncounter.com> wrote in message
> news:FvudnTTTPJRhFPDcRVn-sA@rcn.net...
>
>>has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the vx4500
>>to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this number doesn't
>>seem to allow pauses to be put in.
>>
>>Thanks
>>Tony
>
>
>
Anonymous
October 16, 2004 2:37:16 AM

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you have to go into the voicemail menus of the phone look for voicemail
number then edit it (this is the trick because the *86 is not in the
contacts). I would then change the *86 to that phone's number then add the
letters TT ( for a two second pause) then add the password for voicemail and
then the #.



"Dave Shaffer" <macuser@adelphia.net> wrote in message
news:416DEB31.CD816F50@adelphia.net...
> If you are talking about the pre-programmed number that is located at
> speed dial #1, then the answer here would be no, I haven't been able to
> figure out how to make any changes in that number, though I would surely
> like to.
>
> If you are talking about adding either a hard or soft pause at a
> *different* location when calling voice mail, then yes, I've done that,
> and the directions are on page 40 of my manual. In brief, once you've
> entered the initial number sequence, press the right soft key and follow
> the prompts to select either a hard or a two second pause.
>
> Hope that is helpful.
>
> - Dave
>
> ymiyru_04 wrote:
>
>> has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the
>> vx4500 to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this
>> number doesn't seem to allow pauses to be put in.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Tony
>
Anonymous
October 19, 2004 2:34:49 PM

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"Joe Rutledge" <joes1junk@cox.net> wrote in message
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> Upper case T is a 2 sec pause.

Yes, but what he is trying to say is that you can not insert letters or
pauses into the voice mail number.


> "ymiyru_04" <ymiyru_04@CloseEncounter.com> wrote in message
> news:FvudnTTTPJRhFPDcRVn-sA@rcn.net...
>> has anyone been successful in editing the voice mail number in the vx4500
>> to put pauses before passwords? The interface to edit this number
>> doesn't seem to allow pauses to be put in.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Tony
>
>
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