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Time and date stamp on emails

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Time and date stamp on emails

When I retrieve voice mail on our phone (*99), I don't know what day or time the call came in. How do set up my voice mail to have this information when I am listening to each voice mail? Thanks!
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Re: Time and date stamp on emails

You can press 5 during a message to get the envelope information including date and time of the message.

 

You can also enable this as a default option that every time a message is played, the date and time are played before your message. I believe this is done by going to personal options (4) and then selecting 2 administrative options - 1 general opyions - 4 message details - 1 date time option


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Re: Time and date stamp on emails

Thanks for th help..got it done with your help.
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Re: Time and date stamp on emails

Thanks for your help. I was not able to get Date & time with any in call options and could not understand why Comcast would have VM with no timestamp. You gave me the fix.

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