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does the computer that has magicjack installed always have to be on to get voicemails - or if you get the magicjack - setup everything - then turn your computer off - would people calling your number be able to leave voicemails - then when you turn on your pc - you could retrieve your voicemails that were left when the computer was off?
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Absolutely. You dont need your pc on,  The caller will still get your greeting and be able to leave a message. i do that sometimes then just get my voicemails through my email.
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thank you, just what i needed to know.
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