from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Any of various systems for answering telephone calls and recording and saving messages.
- noun A recorded message left by a caller on a voicemail system or an answering machine.
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- noun Alternative spelling of
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- noun a computerized system for answering and routing telephone calls; telephone messages can be recorded and stored and relayed
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Greyhound's customer service voicemail is equally useless and didn't seem to be connected to anything either.
The idea of visual voicemail is that you can see details of each voicemail message independently (including who left it if caller detection is working), and listen to them in any order.
Of course, they don't answer their phones, their voicemail is full, and there's no notice of the charge.
And, if you would like to leave a message for young George Deutsch before he finishes clearing out his office (his voicemail is still active ...) then please call:
If I missed anything, let us know in voicemail or comments!
Unlike email, most voicemail is listened to -- the amount of wasted download is small ...
Assess your virtual presence: Make sure your voicemail is concise and professional; proofread e-mails before sending them.
I remember I called his voicemail afterwards just to hear Tony's voice and the message said: 'I'm not here so don't leave a message'.
Basically, I called my voicemail and pressed 1 to listen to a message, then held the mute button so it could put the call on hold.
Mobile phone troubleshooting When I call my voicemail, it doesn't give me my messages, it just says "xxxxxx is not available, leave a message", when in reality it should ask me for my PIN#.