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  1. radworm

    radworm Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I tried to do a search to find the answer, but no luck. I am currently using Google Voice for getting e-mails of my voice messages. There are certain places that I work where I get absolutely no cell phone service, but have access to a desktop computer where I can read or listen to any voicemail messages. No more finding out about important phone calls like 5-6 hours later. After reading or listening to the message, I just delete the e-mail. My only beef is that after doing this, I still have the same messages listed as "new" messages in the voice mail app. So when I move to a location where I get cell phone service back, I have to go through about 5-6 messages that I've already retrieved and deleted through e-mail. Is there a way to delete these messages so they do not show up in the voice mail app? I've looked through the settings of the voice mail app and on google voice setup and can't find anything.
     

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    radworm Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Arrgghh! That looks easy enough. I'll try deleting them here to see if it clears it from the voice mail app. Thanks!
     

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