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    I have my work phone set up to forward to my 8703e when I recieve a new voicemail to my desktop phone. My question is. When I answer the incomming, fowarded call, I have to enter a total of 12 characters to retrieve the message (extension and passcode), is there a way to program the phone to auto dial all if not most of those characters. Like the pause feature when dialing a call from your address book?

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    So you want this to happen on an incoming call? I dont think you can set this up on an incoming call.
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    I didn't think so. It is just a hassle having to enter all those characters on the road. If someone knows of any way just let me know.

    By the way, yes, incomming calls
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    Re: Phone Question

    Quote Originally Posted by crupp
    I have my work phone set up to forward to my 8703e when I recieve a new voicemail to my desktop phone. My question is. When I answer the incomming, fowarded call, I have to enter a total of 12 characters to retrieve the message (extension and passcode), is there a way to program the phone to auto dial all if not most of those characters. Like the pause feature when dialing a call from your address book?

    Thanks for the help
    I can't think of any way to do this either, but you can certainly set up a "contact" in your address book with the phone number and dialing sequence. It might just be easier to assign a number to your voice mail and hang up and dial back using a contact with the proper dialing sequence built in!

    If you enter the dialing info on your BlackBerry, use the comma [,] key (N on querty devices, L for 71xx/81xx devices) to insert a 2 second pause, and the exclamation key [!] (B on querty devices, W on 71xx/81xx devices) to enter a wait command. A wait will ask you to hit Enter when ready - not like on a modem where it will Wait for a dialtone before proceeding.

    I believe if you simply use comma and exclamation in Outlook you will get the same results, but I'm not positive.
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