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Resetting a Sipura SPA-2000 to the factory default settings is easy. Resetting your Sipura device like this can make configuring things much easier as if you have ever been configured for a previous VoIP SIP provider you may miss a setting to get things working with your current provider. Follow the simple directions below to factory reset your Sipura SPA-2000 device.

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Google has a great new feature from its Google Mobile App that will allow you to search Google with your voice. I explain how to install Google Mobile App and the contents of the application itself in a Question Defense article located here. One of the feature mentioned in that article that I wanted to expand on is the ability to search Google using your voice. This makes searches from your BlackBerry device much easier. Use the directions below to search Google using your voice.

Search Google on your BlackBerry Using Your Voice:

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I should start by saying there is not a single scenario where you should have a T-Mobile voicemail account set up without the password being enabled. The reason for this is access can easily be gained to any T-Mobile voicemail account unless you have your voicemail password enabled.

To provide an easy example if you have any VoIP soft phone that allows you to configure the CID (Caller ID)  displayed when you dial other numbers then all you need to do is enter the number of the voicemail you want to access and call that number. This will provide you immediate access to that voice mailbox unless the user has their voicemail password turned on. As you can see this provides an immediate security risk and would allow anyone at any time to access your voicemails without your knowledge. So again no matter what T-Mobile device you have make sure that if your voice mail is setup that it has the voicemail password enabled.

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