As for not wanting VM at all, set your VM to pick up at 59 seconds (that's almost 10 rings); if that doesn't work (if people still want to leave you messages, you might want to reconsider who you hand out your number to ).
If you get too many messages even with pick up at 59 seconds, go back to option 1, have your answering machine pick up before Ooma (get an answering machine that would initiate outgoing message "VM full" & hang up; fill up your VM box beforehand). Turn on Ooma VM by turning off answering machine; turn off Ooma VM by turning on answering machine. You'd still get a few occasional VMs left on Ooma despite setup (during network outage, power outage, etc.).
If one hates VM so very much, just call Ooma and have them turn off Ooma VM forever. If there is hate for VM, what's the problem with parting with it for good?
Bobby B wrote:We have plans to enable the voicemail on/off toggle in My Ooma early next year.
lbmofo wrote:Bobby B wrote:We have plans to enable the voicemail on/off toggle in My Ooma early next year.
Thanks Bobby. People who chose VM death penalty, will their VM come back alive with "off?"
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