06-07-2011 22:15 - last edited on 01-05-2013 15:20 by LiamB
Could someone clue me in on how to listen to new voicemails on my Macbook Pro? I get an e-mail notifying me of a new voicemail message. Skype (the app, not online in a browser) is already open on my computer. I scroll down and see the voicemail message. I click on the Play icon. Nothing happens. I thought clicking on the Play icon would make the voicemail play. Where have I gone wrong?
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Can anyone tell us HOW DO YOU ACCESS VOICEMAIL MESSAGES on a Mac?
So far, none of us can find them once they've been listened to.
HELP. H E L P !!!
I have installed the latest version of Skype (5.3) and still there is no obvious way to access voicemail. I received an email notification that I have received a message, but there isn't even an "events" or history listing that corresponds to it. How do I get access to voicemail from my Mac?
This is why I don't buy anything from Microsoft. IT's now the end of August 2011 and this same issue was posted in April 2010. Skype has such potential but with terrible horrible customer service and the inability to fix issues. I can only hope that they sell out to someplace like apple or another who CARES about their clients.
I am looking for other alternatives and figure it is just a matter of time before google gobbles up the open space for this need.
Yes I am soooooooo frustrated but it's only a matter of time
You cannot it is some big secret between skype management and the person who called you. If you ever discover the secret let the rest of us know.
I was just listening to a phone call from a friend on voice mail talking to me and he could not hear me and I still can't find his voice mail
Sometimes, caller leaves empty voicemails however...