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Old 10-11-2006, 10:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hello i have a 8703e and would like to know if anyone know how to input a soft pause in a speed dial or any phone # for that matter. I like to use it when calling my voice mail, you don't have to key in your password.


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I know there is a 2 second pause when you put in an extension. Perhaps treat it that way? I prefer to keep my p/w separate however.
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In any other phone number, just edit the address book entry, click trackwheel, and click "add pause", plus whatever you want after it.

On your VM, it should be Phone > Options > Voicemail and then just add your password to the password field.
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In any other phone number, just edit the address book entry, click trackwheel, and click "add pause", plus whatever you want after it.

On your VM, it should be Phone > Options > Voicemail and then just add your password to the password field.

i just found that, thanks and works great
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