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  1. CarSalesman's Avatar
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    Default speed dial - programming a pause

    I want to program a speed dial to call my workplace, and enter the codes for voicemail. That would involve the phone number, 5 for voicemail, 4-digit# for mailbox, and another 4-digit# for password. On most phones, this is done by programming the letter "P" for pause, one second for each P.

    I tried this on the 8330, but no good. Is there a way to program a pause into a speed dial?
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    Go to your call log>scroll to the blank are where you would insert a number>Options>Smart Dialing>then it walks you throu it.
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    When you are saving the number in the address book, press Menu, the select "Add Wait" or "Add Pause".
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    A comma will pause the dialing for 3 seconds.
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