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NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

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NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

how can i change my voice mailbox number..i know its in settings but when i select it ...i get a message stating not allowed?
Mobile Visionary
viper
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Re: NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

Menu > Messages > Voice Messages > Voicemail box/mailbox number
Blackberry Bold
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Re: NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

I have the same problem as listed above.

When I try to change the mailbox number using the menu you listed, I also get the "Not Allowed" message. And it is no good to restart the device.

My phone is a brand new 6125.

/nonty
Tonny Madsen
My phone is just a tool.
Mobile Sensei
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Re: NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

Is it an operator locked/branded device, perhaps? In other words, it may be that the operator has restricted the voice mail number to go to their service only.
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Re: NOKIA 8800-VOICEMAIL NUMBER!

Could be yes, but that is not the case.

As it happens, I pressed "1" to access my voice mail and found that my operator (TDC in DK) had not set the voice mail number. I added "+45" (prefix for DK) and started looking for the number. As I couldn't find it, I just pressed "OK" with the intention to enter the correct number later.

But... now I have the correct number and the menu item where the number should be changed is greyed out and I cannot change the number.

It could be some sort of network lock (I guess), but my phone is not SIM locked or anything similar.

I just hoped that there was some way around this, so I would not have to involve the second-line support of TDC - first-line support does not know what to do...

/tonny
Tonny Madsen
My phone is just a tool.