I have 3 PSTN lines coming in to our network through a Patton 4114 gateway. Each of these lines has voicemail provided by the PSTN provider as well as the 3CX voicemail. If I call in to one of the PSTN lines, and reach the 3CX server, and no one answers, I get the voicemail for the PSTN provider, not the 3CX voicemail. I'd like to get the 3CX voicemail in such a case. So why don't I just cancel the option of having voicemail provided by our PSTN provider? Two reasons: (1) I'd like to have voicemail if our power goes out (since there obviously won't be 3CX voicemail), and (2) I'd like to have voicemail if all 3 of our lines are busy when someone calls in. So why don't I let our PSTN provider handle voicemail whenever there is no answer (whether the call reaches the 3CX server or not)? Well, I could, but it's not my first choice because 3CX will email us with the voicemail, which our PSTN provider won't. So, is there a way to make sure 3CX handles the voicemail if the call gets as far as 3CX, but the PSTN provider handles cases where the call doesn't reach 3CX? Thanks for any suggestions!