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Old 10-14-2007, 11:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello,

My Tmo is US (Los Angeles) and I'm travelling for work in Montreal. Thru my travels to get here, including stops in Chicago and VT, I've noticed two problems with my Pearl:

1. Time
2. Voicemail

Time- for whatever reason, the time is local (PST). I went into options and changed the time setting from blackberry to network, but that still didnt do anything, my time is still 3 hours off. Isnt it automatically supposed to adjust to the time zone I'm in????

Voicemail- can't check my voicemail. when I hold down '1' it dials my voice mail number but then its as if I'm calling my phone because it says, after the beep please leave your message. I can't seem to access my voicemail anymore. So I need to know a) how to access my voicemail out of town and b) what is the number to call to access my voicemail (when not using the phone)

Thanks for the help.
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1. The timezone must be changed manually when you change timezones. The BB will not change it automatically for you.

Why doesn't my time update correctly when I change Time Zones? - BlackBerryFAQ

2. To get your voicemail while roaming, when you hear your greeting press the * key and then enter your pin.

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