I was under the impression that getting one’s voicemail password reset forced the deletion of all one’s (previously received) voicemail.
Was I mistaken in that? I do hope so - I have lots of unheard voice mails and was afraid I’d have to make three guesses as to what my password was, contact someone to have the nanny thing cleared so I could guess three more times, contact someone to have it cleared again, then, repeat a few thousand times until I managed to guess it.
I’d be MOST happy if you could just remove my voicemail password altogether (again, without removing the voicemails). Having a password on my voicemail is about as useful as having a padlock on my wallet - which is to say, “Not of any use, whatsoever.” - since I have at least two functioning brain cells and, therefore, keep my cell phone in my possession (just like I do my wallet). I suppose, in theory, a password-protected cell phone voicemail would be useful to those of your customers who are deep into the throes of dementia, except… how would such people remember a password in the first place?
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