Voice Mail For Landlines

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  1. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    I was disappointed that you cant upload contacts but I got over it lol

    BTW rivvy (i hope you dont mind its easier to type lol) I asked them if they had and ETA on the Canada thing.



    Dear Cheri,



    Thank you for choosing YouMail! We do intend to offer a feature that allows you to upload your contacts to the site in the near future. In the meantime, in addition to adding contacts manually, you can also add them as they call. When you listen to your messages you will notice an option to the left of the media player which says “Add as contact”. If you select this the caller will be added to your contacts list. Thank you for your support and feedback. It is users like you who help make YouMail the best voicemail service available!



    Best regards,



    Alexandra DellaVecchia

    YouMail Tech Support
  2. rudeboy

    rudeboy New Member

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    to me... small sacrifice for a neat service. (and i am not saying that 'cuz i am a beta tester :}
  3. srivard99

    srivard99 New Member

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    No worries.

    And thanks for asking. :)
  4. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    rb you get to beta test all kinds a stuff...
  5. rudeboy

    rudeboy New Member

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    beta is my middle name :}
  6. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    Never would a guessed...can you guess mine?
  7. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    good...NP I am an equal opportunist type. I dont like anyone left out.
    (skyfire)
  8. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    Here for you Canadians: (rivvy)
    Dear Cheri,

    We are looking into expanding into other countries. At this time a call that is forwarded to our servers from a phone in Canada will lose important information that we need to identify the YouMail account to send it to. Unless this information is passed to us, we cannot determine what number the caller originally called, and so we are not able to properly process the call. We are looking into several solutions for this, but at this time we have no set date for when we will be able to support Canadian users. Thanks again for your support!



    Best regards,



    Alexandra DellaVecchia

    YouMail Tech Support

    Hey rudeboy when you arent busy...mind moving the appropriate posts to a youmail topic?
  9. srivard99

    srivard99 New Member

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    I guess I'll just sit and wait and watch all of you folks having fun with this. Just don't rub it in! :tounge:
  10. cheri

    cheri Active Member

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    I wont rub it in I wouldnt dare.
    after skyfire being so fickle with me..I wouldnt want to do that to anyone else.
  11. mbrevard

    mbrevard New Member

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    I am not sure what the cost to forward the landline charges. But something to think about. Thanks.
  12. gorgarath

    gorgarath New Member

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    There's always the chance it costs less to forward a landline than it does with Sprint wireless...
    Some phone providers actually do provide a voicemail system for their customers, you may want to look into that as well. Granted, I don't think they offer the customization something like youmail or callwave do, but if you just want a voicemail service that's not located on a box in your house, it might do the trick.
  13. rudeboy

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