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  1. #1
    Paul
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    I am unable to find out how to set my answer delay on my Nokia 6600, up.
    I am using the BT network

    I have figured out how to access it and it seems to download the setting
    from the network and tell me it is 15 seconds. I have tried accessing the
    network with 1571 and trying to follow the menu's but still can not find
    where the 15 seconds is set.

    Is the setting set on the phone or on the network, or by the phone onto the
    network?

    Confused





    See More: Voice mail delay




  2. #2
    Simon Templar
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    Re: Voice mail delay

    Paul wrote:
    > I am unable to find out how to set my answer delay on my Nokia 6600, up.
    > I am using the BT network
    >
    > I have figured out how to access it and it seems to download the setting
    > from the network and tell me it is 15 seconds. I have tried accessing the
    > network with 1571 and trying to follow the menu's but still can not find
    > where the 15 seconds is set.
    >
    > Is the setting set on the phone or on the network, or by the phone onto the
    > network?
    >
    > Confused


    Divert on no answer is a network level feature, you will have to contact
    your service provider and have them alter the delay time for you.


    --
    The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may
    belong to.

    73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
    http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/cl...IENT_NO=157452



  3. #3
    Me
    Guest

    Re: Voice mail delay

    "Simon Templar" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Paul wrote:
    >> I am unable to find out how to set my answer delay on my Nokia 6600, up.
    >> I am using the BT network
    >>
    >> I have figured out how to access it and it seems to download the setting
    >> from the network and tell me it is 15 seconds. I have tried accessing the
    >> network with 1571 and trying to follow the menu's but still can not find
    >> where the 15 seconds is set.
    >>
    >> Is the setting set on the phone or on the network, or by the phone onto
    >> the network?
    >>
    >> Confused

    >
    > Divert on no answer is a network level feature, you will have to contact
    > your service provider and have them alter the delay time for you.

    Or change the delay setting from the phone: from call diverts, if not
    answered, activate (e.g to voice mailbox), select the delay you want. This
    should appear as an option in the phone menu, if not, you have to use a
    specific supplementary service command (*#-string).

    Unless your operator has been kind enough and disabled this so that you
    would not screw it (I guess this is their excuse).

    >
    >
    > --
    > The views I present are that of my own and NOT of any organisation I may
    > belong to.
    >
    > 73 de Simon, VK3XEM.
    > http://web.acma.gov.au/pls/radcom/cl...IENT_NO=157452






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