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    Undelete a voicemail?

    Is it possible to undelete a voicemail? I thought I read somewhere that it was possible up to a certain number of days.

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    You can undelete a message if you have not hung up from the call that you deleted in. Otherwise, it's gone forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vatothe0
    You can undelete a message if you have not hung up from the call that you deleted in. Otherwise, it's gone forever.
    Anyone care to save me the trouble of digging through all the options or looking through VZW's website to found out how to undelete such a thing? Assuming it's possible to do same with an already "saved" v/m? Unfortunately the message I'd like to have undeleted is "gone forever" but now that I know it's possible, I'll be less quick to hang up after blurting out "F***" at the top of my lungs.

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    I know you can undelete the vm during that call. Once hung up, bye bye. Not sure there is a way to recover it. If I am not sure about the vm, I don't do anything. Just hang up. Next time I call, it would say one skiped message or something like that.

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    Thanks but what I meant, and what I think the old thread's OP meant, was undeleting a message you've affirmatively deleted by pressing "7" and it sounds like that's simply impossible.

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    After you hang up there is no chance ever of getting that deleted voicemail back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [TheBORG]
    After you hang up there is no chance ever of getting that deleted voicemail back.
    I think the remaining question is basically how to actually do it after you deleted it but before you hang up.

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    You would hear the instruction how to undelete it, exp: To undelete messages, hit the Whatever key, to save it in the achive, hit the ...etc.

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    OK, thanks.... I kind of figured that was the answer but wanted to make sure of it.

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    Note that different regions run on different VM platforms, so your area may not have the undelete function.

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    ATTM has recently added this feature to their voicemail, sort of like the equivalent of a waste bin on a computer from what I can tell.

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