9157 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: Nov 10, 2010 11:31 AM by whatheck
AT&T may have reset voicemail for your account when they swapped the SIM.
Try tapping phone> keypad> hold the #1 key. Do you hear the voicemails in standard voicemail?
If not, they aren't on the AT&T voicemail server anymore.
If you do, you may just have to reset the voicemail password.
Ecamm does make software called PhoneView that will let you browse and save voicemails that are on the iPhone. You can try browsing the iPhone with it and even restoring from backup and then browsing with PhoneView.
Thanks. PhoneView gets me in to the voicemail list but the missing ones are still missing. Looks like I'm out of luck.
It would really be nice if when the SIM card is changed, the iPhone would prompt the user before deleting a batch of voicemail like that. I'm really disappointed by this. Better yet, it would be nice if Visual Voicemail had an email-like interface, perhaps with "saved" folders and whatnot for permanent archiving.
I'll give the restore from backup a shot but I'm not hopeful. I manage most of my Phone syncing manually, and if I'm not mistaken, that means most of my stuff won't be backed up. Hopefully I'm wrong about that.
Again, thanks for the help.