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Unread 04-26-2007, 10:59 PM   #2
bigboffo
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I am having the same problem because I use my cellphone to receive notifications (via yahoo email) and miss all of the important information, like who called.
Please consider the following format or something similar:

current notification
Subject: [PBX]: New message 1 in mailbox 123456

Hello:
just wanted to let you know you were just left a 0:13 long message
(number 1)
in mailbox 123456 from "123456789" <123456789>, on Thursday,
April
26, 2007 at 04:04:39 PM, so you might
want to check it when you get a chance by dialing extn *500. Thanks!

--VoXaLot Voicemail Server

How about something like this
Subject: [PBX]: "123456789" <123456789> Left new message 1 in mailbox 123456

Hello:
just wanted to let you know you were just left a 0:13 long message
(number 1)
in mailbox 123456 from "123456789" <123456789>, on Thursday,
April
26, 2007 at 04:04:39 PM, so you might
want to check it when you get a chance by dialing extn *500. Thanks!

--VoXaLot Voicemail Server

This is what comes via SMS now

Fr: support@voxalot.com
S:[PBX]:New message 1 in mailbox 123456
B:Hello:

?just wanted to...


I know my mailbox number and would assume the call just came in, so my mailbox number and time stamp are much less important (to me) than the caller id info.
This would also allow people to see who called in the subject line of an email and not even have to open it.

Thanks for all of the great work and features in Voxalot.
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