Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

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jbarton2
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Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

Post by jbarton2 » Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:33 pm

I would like to be able to call my home number from a remote location, and by entering a code number, be able to listen to my voice messages. If you receive an important message you could access it without having to be at home.
Where does it explain how to set this feature up?
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caseybea
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Re: Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

Post by caseybea » Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:38 pm

You can do this with ooma. Exactly as you described..!
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Re: Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

Post by amoney » Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:03 pm

Believe it or not but this feature is actually working!

Way to go Ooma!

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Re: Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

Post by hpepper » Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:16 pm

What's more... I have mine set to have unidentified calls (private ID - no caller ID given) go right to voicemail. Then, when someone is home and I still want to check a message, I call *67, then my home number, which puts me directly into my voicemail without ringing my home phone. I then enter my PIN and check my voicemails remotely. :D

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Re: Ability to listen to voice messges from a remote location

Post by amoney » Mon Feb 15, 2010 8:11 am

hpepper wrote:What's more... I have mine set to have unidentified calls (private ID - no caller ID given) go right to voicemail. Then, when someone is home and I still want to check a message, I call *67, then my home number, which puts me directly into my voicemail without ringing my home phone. I then enter my PIN and check my voicemails remotely. :D
Ooo your very sneaky!

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