1. Niz707's Avatar
    Is there a way to set up a password so no one can look at your voicemail if they're using your phone? I have noticed that if I call my voicemail it ask's for a password. So why doesn't it ask if im looking at my voicemails?
    03-26-2009 09:41 AM
  2. Jeremy's Avatar
    I assume you are using your visual voicemail? There is no way to set up a password with visual voicemail. You can call AT&T and ask them to disable it and switch to a normal voicemail in which you can use a password.
    03-26-2009 09:44 AM
  3. Niz707's Avatar
    Yeah, im using visual voicemail. That kind of sucks you cant set one up for visual. Oh well. Thanks for the info though.
    03-26-2009 09:54 AM
  4. Voltaic Shock's Avatar
    They really should allow you to set a password for visual voicemail.
    03-26-2009 11:26 AM
  5. Jeremy's Avatar
    Not that this is the right answer but you can always lock your device with a passcode if you are that worried about your voicemail. If you think about it is it any different than SMS and email? Should you have to enter your password every time you want to see your email?
    03-26-2009 11:30 AM
  6. Leanna Lofte's Avatar
    Not that this is the right answer but you can always lock your device with a passcode if you are that worried about your voicemail. If you think about it is it any different than SMS and email? Should you have to enter your password every time you want to see your email?
    I wouldn't want to have to enter a password every time, but I agree that it should be an option. Sometimes you let someone use your phone and unlock it for them, but maybe you don't want them snooping around other stuff other than non-personal apps. Hell, I'd probably turn on the password feature JUST for when I let someone play with my phone.
    03-26-2009 11:58 AM
  7. Jeremy's Avatar
    I wouldn't want to have to enter a password every time, but I agree that it should be an option. Sometimes you let someone use your phone and unlock it for them, but maybe you don't want them snooping around other stuff other than non-personal apps. Hell, I'd probably turn on the password feature JUST for when I let someone play with my phone.
    Nobody that I do not trust is going to be handling my phone. Problem solved.

    *And show me one mobile phone that password protects just SMS or email? Does not exist.
    03-26-2009 12:03 PM
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