Yahoo Voice Mail Hacked in New York

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    PHILADELPHIA - SEPTEMBER 26: A headset hangs on a cubical wall after the last telemarketing shift at Spectrum Marketing Services, Inc. September 26, 2003 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Spectrum Marketing Services, Inc., which had been in business since 1974, and as of January 2003 employed 125 people, was forced to close it's doors due to the Do Not Call Registry. (Photo by William Thomas Cain/Getty Images)

    If you know anyone at Yahoo's New York office, go ahead and call them this morning and listen to their voicemail message.

    Here's what you will hear:

    "You have reached a non-working number that has recently been assigned to Yahoo. I don't know who you think you'll find here, but you won't."

    That is followed by a busy signal, so you can't leave a message for your desired party.

    Workers in New York noticed the hack-job Monday morning. 

    We are asking Yahoo's corporate types in Sunnyvale if they are aware of the problem and if it has spread anywhere outside New York City.

    If the calendar said April 1, this would be an easy one to figure out. 

    As they say in television.  Stay tuned.