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I am using Asterix PBX and Yealink IP Phones T22P. I like to configure voice mail on the ip phones. How do i configure this?
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by:Phonebuff
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IN the Asterisk Extension Enable Voicemail !
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How do i locate the extension if it is enabled Voicemail?
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Sorry, but I don't understand your question ...
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How do i locate the enabled voicemail option on the extension in the PBX?
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Well,

   If you have FreePBX GUI in an ISO build then got o the Extensions page and look near the end of the page -

   If you have a roll your own, grep for the extension context and then open the file in VI.

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