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    I've found a really quick way of getting your voicemail button working at whirlpool.net.au (thanks to Simon K for the tip)

    Go to the phone app and enter this sequence of numbers and call it:

    *5005*86*xxx# then press CALL

    (where xxx is the number you dial to get to your voicemail. On iSim (Optus), it's 321, so I typed *5005*86*321# then pressed CALL).

    Voila! Voicemail button should work! Worked for me on Vodafone New Zealand


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    Quote Originally Posted by flup View Post
    I've found a really quick way of getting your voicemail button working at whirlpool.net.au (thanks to Simon K for the tip)

    Go to the phone app and enter this sequence of numbers and call it:

    *5005*86*xxx# then press CALL

    (where xxx is the number you dial to get to your voicemail. On iSim (Optus), it's 321, so I typed *5005*86*321# then pressed CALL).

    Voila! Voicemail button should work! Worked for me on Vodafone New Zealand
    Hooray You're welcome (I just got it from the Wiki )

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    On wiki : The Easy way :

    To set voicemail type *5005*86*xxx# then CALL where xxx is your voicemail number. (86=VM on keyboard); for orange : *5005*86*888# then CALL

    To set SMSC type *5005*7672*xxxxxxxxxx# then CALL where xxxxxxxxxx is your SMScenter number. (7672=SMSC on keyboard); for orange : *5005*7672*+33689004000# then CALL

    Wath is this SMSC type ? ... Is it for every provider ? Many tnx

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    I really want to know too will the smsc make the vm sms get through?

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    Ok, a few notes:

    The iPhone application that handles voicemail has been written specifically to handle the Visual Voicemail facility that only works on an official AT&T contract.

    This application also handles basic voicemail compatibility, for those using a mobile for more than several years, you will remember the days when you simply got an answer phone symbol on your phones display:



    This is what you need to enable in your voicemail settings. Not all voicemail systems will offer the ability to select the notification type method!

    If you are not receiving VM notifications on your iPhone, put your SIM into another phone and send yourself a test voicemail, note the notification type you receive. If its in the form of a text message then this is no good. You need to change the notification type in your voicemail service. If your voicemail service has limited options, you might be able to try calling your carriers customer support and ask them if they are able to set the notification type from their end.

    I'm afraid if your voicemail system does not allow the setting of "Answer Phone Symbol", there is probably nothing more you can do short of encouraging a developer to reverse the iPhone's applications and modify it to support VM text messages. We know the text message based VM notifications are making it through to the phones baseband but the theory is that the application is ignoring them or at least the messages that contain alpha characters as part of the message header (e.g. the From field etc).

    The UK o2 voicemail system (and hence Tesco Mobile also as they use the same network) is one that does support the selection of the notification type. This link describes the process to change the notification type, if you want to use it as a reference:

    http://www.o2.co.uk/services/messagi.../domorewith901


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    If you're with sunrise in switzerland you can activate simple notification by sending sms to 930 with simple on (5.-- once). After this you get again notified if someone left you a messi.. ("red dot" on voicemail button and a "+" on the phone icon)

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    Thanks alot. I am in Taiwan, with Transasia Tel. I had my SIM for over 10 years now, so I think it's a V1 card. anyway, I use *5005*86*123# (123 is the voicemail number) and it works!!! My voicemail button is working now!

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    I used *5005*86*121# for vodafone UK and it worked, the voicemail button is now enabled. Another tip for voicemail is to change the notification options (if available) to a non-txt message method, e.g. alert or alert & deliver. On vodafone this means that voicemail calls you when there are messages, no SMS alert needed (the ones that iphone cant deliver)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronliu View Post
    Thanks alot. I am in Taiwan, with Transasia Tel. I had my SIM for over 10 years now, so I think it's a V1 card. anyway, I use *5005*86*123# (123 is the voicemail number) and it works!!! My voicemail button is working now!
    Hey aaronliu,

    I'm in Taiwan too, were you able to receive proper SMS notifications of new Voice Mail? Or is it like other ppl in this thread that even if there is new Voice Mail, the SMS never shows up? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarkDim View Post
    I used *5005*86*121# for vodafone UK and it worked, the voicemail button is now enabled. Another tip for voicemail is to change the notification options (if available) to a non-txt message method, e.g. alert or alert & deliver. On vodafone this means that voicemail calls you when there are messages, no SMS alert needed (the ones that iphone cant deliver)

    "Text Message With Icon Alert" works too.


 

 

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