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Using Android 2.2.1 (Version.2.3.340.MB810.Verizon.en.US) on a Droid X. I just updated Google Voice to version yesterday and now I continually get an error message that appears as a notification:

Google Voice
There was an issue refreshing your inbox

Clicking on the notification takes me to Google Voice settings. I have powered off my phone and turned it back on and the behavior persists. How do I fix this?

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Have you tried clearing the app data? – Al E. Sep 1 '11 at 15:00

From Al Everett's comment, I decided to try signing out of the application (which gives a warning about deleting all data) and signing back in, figuring that would be a less extreme step than going to manage applications clear data (although maybe it does the same thing). It seems to have fixed the problem

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I had to clear app data to fix this. HTC Espresso (T-Mo MyTouch slide) – g33kz0r Nov 26 '11 at 23:48

All I did was go to menu | settings | applications | Google Voice and selected Force Stop. It cleared the issue without deleting the data.

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