Below are the PIN code requirements for protecting your Voicemail.


It cannot have Sequential digits

Sequentially ascending digit patterns are those that increase by one from each number to the next. Sequentially descending digit patterns are those that decrease by one from each number to the next. Any sequence of 3 sequential digits in a passcode will be rejected by the phone system. Examples of rejected passcodes: 123545, 365472, 123456, 426987

 

It cannot have repeated Digits

Any sequence of 3 repeated digits will be rejected by the phone system. Examples of rejected passcodes: 111537, 485552, 342333, 444444


It cannot have Repeating Sequences

If the passcode is only formed by repeating sequences, the passcode will be rejected by the phone system. Examples of rejected passcodes: 24 24 24, 747 747, 9123 9123


It cannot have the Extension on passcode

If the passcode contains the extension or the reverse of the extension on the passcode, the passcode will be rejected by the phone system. Example: Passcode 6074 Example of rejected passcodes: 607434, 360744, 534706, 470606

It cannot be part of the phone number

 

If the passcode is part of the phone number or the reverse of the passcode is part of the phone number, the passcode will be rejected by the phone system. Example: Phone Number 02054275924 Example or rejected passcodes: 205427, 275924, 295724, 2450201