Re: How Delete a VM while it's playing?
"John Navas" <spamfilter0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:ukWbf.58288$zb5.44635@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> GSM Voicemail FAQs - Voice Mail - Cingular Customer Forums
> Q: Is there any way to delete a message without listening to it?
> A: Yes, press 77. This will delete the message you are listening to
> and move to the next one.
In my area (Philly), that has changed from 77 to 33. (A single press of 3
deletes a message after having listened to it).
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