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3 CONTENTS Introduction 1 Introducing the Messaging System... 2 About this Guide... 2 Document Conventions... 2 Repartini Mailbox Manager Icons... 4 Optional Licensed Features... 5 Visual Messaging Applications... 5 Phone Numbers, Names, and IP Addresses... 6 Getting Started 7 Enrolling on the System... 8 Using the Messaging System Tools 11 Using a Phone Using the Mailbox Manager Using Mailbox Manager Search Using the Audio Applet Using Your Inbox Using the Phone Soft Keys Checking Messages 23 Checking Messages Mailbox Manager Message Icons New Messages Reviewing Old and Archived Messages Replying to Messages Archiving Messages Forwarding Messages to Another Subscriber Sending Messages 33 Sending Messages Directly to a Subscriber Mailbox Listening to and Editing Messages Before Delivery Sending Urgent Messages Sending Private Messages Requesting Message Delivery Receipt Sending a Message with Future Delivery Canceling a Sent Message Sending a Message to Additional Subscribers Sending a Message to a Group Finding Out Who Has Not Received a Group Message Sending Messages to Guest Subscribers Sending Messages to a Remote Subscriber Recording Conversations and Monitoring Messages 47 Recording a Conversation Monitoring a Message as it is Recorded Turning Live Monitor On and Off UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE iii
4 Working with Message Groups 51 Creating Message Groups Changing a Message Group Name Adding or Deleting Message Group Members Listing Groups and Group Members Deleting Message Groups Recording a Group Name Working with Greetings 61 System Greetings Using the System Default Greetings Using System Greetings with Recorded Names Changing Standard Greetings Changing Alternate Greetings Switching Between the Standard and Alternate Greetings Changing Busy Greetings Turning the Busy Greetings On or Off Changing Mailbox Setup Options 69 Changing Security Codes Changing Recorded Name Changing the Spelling of Your Name Changing Message Playback Options Turning Call Transfer On or Off Changing the Call Transfer Number Turning Call Screening On or Off Changing Call Screening Options Turning Call Holding On or Off Listing Your Extension in the Directory Automatically Copy Messages to Another Extension Changing Message Notification Device Settings 81 Initial Device Message Notification Setup Enabling or Disabling a Device Changing Notification Device Options Temporarily Stopping Message Notification Using a Phone to Check 87 Configuring Settings Checking Messages Using a Phone Hearing Who Else Received an Message Using a Phone to Enter Your Password Password Table Turning Your Message Count On or Off Faxing an Message Faxing All Messages in a Single Fax Changing Your Password iv UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
5 Working with Faxes 97 Receiving Faxes Receiving All Faxes with One Call Changing Fax Delivery Options Changing Fax Greetings Using Web Feeds 103 Subscribing to a RSS Web Feed Subscribing to a Podcast Web Feed Index 107 UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE v
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7 Introduction Welcome to UNIVERGE UM8000, a simple yet powerful unified messaging system that greets your callers and records caller messages. When the integration is installed, the messaging system enables you to manage your and voice messages using a phone or an client. This means you can listen to, reply to, forward messages, delete messages, and archive messages using the client or a phone as well as manage your personal preferences. This chapter provides a basic introduction to the messaging system and instructions for accessing the system using a phone or by Internet. In this Chapter... Introducing the Messaging System...2 About this Guide...2 Document Conventions...2 Repartini Mailbox Manager Icons...4 Optional Licensed Features...5 Visual Messaging Applications...5 Phone Numbers, Names, and IP Addresses...6 UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE INTRODUCTION 1
8 Introducing the Messaging System On the unified messaging system, you and other associates in the organization are known as subscribers. Subscribers of the messaging system manage their voice messages, faxes, and messages using a touchtone phone, a computer that is connected to the Internet. About this Guide Some system features documented in this guide require additional licensing that may not be available in your organization. For detailed information about the messaging system features available in your organization contact your system administrator. This document provides instructions for using a full-featured unified messaging system. Some of the features available in your organization might behave differently or are not available. This document explains how to manage your voice messages, fax messages, messages, and change settings that define how you work with the messaging system. Detailed information about managing messages should be obtained from the manufacturer s documentation. Instructions for using any of the Visual Messaging applications can be found in the online Help for those applications, a list of the Visual Messaging applications is available in Visual Messaging Applications on page 5. Document Conventions The following conventions are used in this document: Key Names. Names of keys on the keyboard are shown in capital letters. For example, ESC, ALT, SHIFT, and so on. When two keys must be pressed simultaneously they are joined by a + sign; for example, ALT+TAB. Icon and Button Names. Names of icons and buttons on the application are shown in bold font. The capitalization matches the user interface. For example, OK, Ok, DELETE, or Delete. Menu Selections. Menu selections are shown in a distinctive font. For example: File > Save and Actions > New Voice Message. User Input. Information you are required to type is shown in a distinctive font. For example, type msgorder. Caution is required when typing a zero (0) or capital-o (O); a one (1) or a lowercase l. NOTE When using the command line prompt, always press the ENTER after typing a command. Phone Input. Keys you are required to press on the phone keypad are shown in a special font. For example, 1 to press one; # to press #; and so on. Placeholder Text. Variable text that is replaced by specific text is shown in italics between angle brackets. Do not type the angle brackets. For example, vm_ctl <action> <service> where <action> = the command and <service> = the name of the service. Hypertext Links. When viewing the Adobe Acrobat PDF document, links to other locations within the document and external Internet links appear in blue. Click a link to go to the referenced topic, page, or URL. 2 INTRODUCTION UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
9 Notes, Cautions, and Warnings. Text for notes, cautions, and warnings appear as shown: NOTE A note provides additional information to supplement the main text. A note provides helpful information, but is not essential to understanding the current topic. CAUTION! A caution advises you that failure to avoid or to take a specific action might lead to unwanted or undesirable results. WARNING! A warning advises you that failure to avoid or to take a specific action might result in physical harm to the user, damage to the hardware or loss of data. Procedural Icons. Different tools can be used to configure your personal preferences in the messaging system: Icon Tool Phone. Use the phone to listen to and send messages, set personal profiles, and set personal preferences for greetings, playback, call transfer/screening, message notification, groups, and . Repartini Mailbox Manager. Use the Mailbox Manager to read and send messages, set personal profiles, and set personal preferences for greetings, playback, call transfer/screening, message notification, groups, and . This document provides detailed information about using the Mailbox Manager. Inbox. Use tool to send or listen to your unified messages. Additional details about these tools can be found in Using the Messaging System Tools on page 11. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE INTRODUCTION 3
10 Repartini Mailbox Manager Icons The following are Mailbox Manager icons. If an icon is gray it is not available: Icon Description Mobile. Click to open the Mobile Home Page. Use this page to configure mobile device settings. RSS Feed. Click to subscribe to messages using a RSS web feed. Podcast Feed. Click to subscribe to message using a Podcast. PDF-View Fax. Click to view the fax message as an Adobe Acrobat PDF. View Fax. Click to view the fax message. The messaging system provides a TIF file and a PDF for viewing the fax. Archived Message. Indicates the message is archived. The number of days the message is archived is displayed. Play Message. Click to play the message. Stop Message Playback. Click to stop message playback. Private Message. Indicates a private message. Urgent Message. Indicates an urgent message. Message Receipt. This icon appears on the Sent Items page. When this icon appears next to a message, it indicates that the message has been read. 4 INTRODUCTION UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
11 Optional Licensed Features Some system features documented require additional licensing that might not be available in your organization. See your system administrator for details about which features are available. Repartini Mailbox Manager. Mailbox Manager is a Web-based application that enables you to control many of your personal mailbox settings, listen to voice messages, view fax messages, as well as archive any of your messages using a Web browser on any computer connected to the same network as the messaging system. Place check in the Available column if the feature is installed in your organization. Available Feature Name Feature Description Mailbox Manager The Mailbox Manager is a Web-based application that enables you to personalize your messaging system phone settings. Text-to-speech Text-to-speech enables you to hear the text portion of messages and meeting requests using computer speakers or a phone. ActiveFax With ActiveFax, you can manage faxes using a phone. Unified Messaging Unified Messaging enables you to manage all of your messages, no matter what type, using your application. Visual Messaging Applications ViewMail ViewMail brings all of your voice and fax messages are brought together in one place. ViewFax ViewFax enables you to send, receive, and redirect faxes from your computer. ViewCall Plus ViewCall enables you to view and manage your phone calls directly from your computer. ActiveFax. When your system is licensed for ActiveFax, you can manage your faxes using a phone or the Mailbox Manager. Faxes are included with voice messages, and can be delivered to a fax machine using a phone. See Working with Faxes on page 97. Unified Messaging. When your system is licensed for unified messaging, voice and fax messages can be automatically forwarded to your inbox. You can manage all of your messages using your application. Refer to your application documentation for help managing messages in your inbox. Text-to-speech. When your system is licensed for text-to-speech, you can use a phone to listen to your messages. See Using a Phone to Check on page 87. Visual Messaging Applications If the messaging system in your organization includes Visual Messaging applications, you can manage all types of messages and phone calls using your computer. The Visual Messaging applications provide alternate interfaces for working with voice and fax messages. The Visual Messaging applications consist of: ViewMail. All of your voice and fax messages are brought together in one place using ViewMail. You can access and prioritize your messages and respond to them using your computer. ViewFax. Send, receive, and redirect faxes using your computer. ViewCall Plus. Manage all of your inbound and outbound calls using your computer. You can customize your call control by integrating ViewCall Plus with other programs when PhoneBASIC is installed. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE INTRODUCTION 5
12 Phone Numbers, Names, and IP Addresses Use this space to record information for your messaging system: Messaging System Internal Phone Extension: Messaging System External Phone (calling from outside): Personal ID: Mailbox Manager URL: Server Name or IP Address: System Administrator Name: System Administrator-Phone Number/Extension: 6 INTRODUCTION UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
13 Getting Started If your organization requires you to enroll with the messaging system before you can start to access your messages, use the procedures in this chapter to enroll. This chapter provides the information you need to use the first-time enrollment process. CAUTION! Whenever you use the Mailbox Manager to make configuration changes, you must remember to save your changes. If you do not save your changes before navigating away from a page, the change made might be lost. In this Chapter... Enrolling on the System...8 To enroll on the messaging system...9 UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE GETTING STARTED 7
14 Enrolling on the System The first-time enrollment process requires you to: Verify Your First and Last Name. in most situations the system administrator has already typed your name and extension number into the messaging system. If your system administrator has not typed your first and last names, you must provide this information. If your system administrator has already completed this information, and cannot be changed. Contact your system administrator if your name is incorrect. Record Your Name. Record a name that is used to greet callers. Your extension number is used to greet callers if you do not record a voice name. Record a Greeting. Record a personal greeting that callers hear when they reach your phone and your phone is not answered. Specify a Phone Directory Setting. The phone directory enables callers to locate your name in the company directory if they do not know your extension number. Your system might use automatic directory assistance, numeric directory assistance, or both. Configure a Security Code. A security code is a password that enables you to log on to Mailbox Manager. The system administrator might provide an initial security code, you are required to change this code after you log on during first-time enrollment or if the administrator has reset your password. The full-time enrollment task might be optional; however, for security purposes you should configure a security code the first time you log on. After completing these requirements, you are enrolled on the system as a subscriber, and your mailbox is ready to use. You can now use the Visual Messaging applications, if they are available. Contact your system administrator for details. USING A PHONE To enroll on the messaging system 1 Dial the messaging system extension. See Phone Numbers, Names, and IP Addresses on page 6. 2 Enter your personal ID. 3 Enter your security code or the temporary security code. 4 Answer the system questions (prompts) by pressing the appropriate phone keys. 5 When the system informs you that your mailbox is set up, press 1 to confirm your settings. If you do not press 1, your changes might be discarded. Congratulations, you are now enrolled with the messaging system. 8 GETTING STARTED UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
15 USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To enroll on the messaging system 1 Open a Web browser. 2 Type the URL for the messaging system in the Browser Address bar, then press ENTER. name or IP Address>/mm If you do not know the server name or IP Address, contact your system administrator. The Mailbox Manager Welcome page appears. 3 Verify the Last Name and First Name fields. Your name appears as greyed out data. This means that your system administrator has completed the information. NOTE You cannot change the information. Contact your system administrator if your name is incorrect. 4 Type the temporary security code you used to log on to the Mailbox Manager in the Enter current code field. 5 Type a new security code in the Enter New Code field. The minimum length of the security code is set by the system administrator. Your new security code must be the minimum length, must be numeric, and must not be shared with anyone. Using this code to log on to Mailbox Manager provides an additional level of security for your mailbox. 6 Retype the new security code in the Verify New Code field. 7 Click the Recorded name Edit button, to record your name. 8 Click Standard greeting Edit button, to record your standard greeting. 9 Click Busy greeting Edit button, to record the greeting callers hear if your line is busy. 10 Select if you want to be listed in the company phone directory. If you want to be listed in the company phone directory, confirm that the List in the phone directory check box is selected. If you do not want to be listed in the company phone directory, clear the check box. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE GETTING STARTED 9
16 11 Click Save. The Enrollment page closes and the Messages page appears. Congratulations, you have completed the First-Time Enrollment. 10 GETTING STARTED UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
17 Using the Messaging System Tools This chapter explains the three of the tools you use to manage messages and your messaging system settings: Icon Tool Touchtone phone. Use a touchtone phone to listen to messages, record greetings, change your security code. Mailbox Manager. Use the Mailbox Manager to manage your messaging system settings and preferences. Inbox. Use your tool to send or listen to your unified messages. This chapter assumes that you have completed the first-time enrollment process and know how to dial the messaging system from an outside phone or within the organization. In this Chapter... Using a Phone Using Mailbox Manager Search Using the Mailbox Manager Using the Audio Applet Using Your Inbox Soft Key Main Menu Soft Key New/Old Message Menus Soft Key Setup Menu Soft Key Greetings Menu Soft Key Personal Options Menu Soft Key Transfer Options Menu Soft Key Groups Menu Soft Key Delivery Options Menu Soft Key Change Delivery Menu Soft Key Call Screening Menu Soft Key Live Record Menu Soft Key Live Monitor Menu UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS 11
18 Using a Phone Call the messaging system using the phone number for outside calls or the internal extension number. Once you are connected enter your personal ID and security code. USING A PHONE To access your mailbox 1 Call the messaging system. 2 When the system greets you, enter your Personal ID and Security Code. The system conversation prompts you for responses. Use the following tables to skip the prompts. Use these keys on the Main Menu TASK KEY TASK KEY Check new messages 4 Send a message 5 Check old messages 6 Change setup options 7 Use these keys anytime TASK KEY TASK KEY Main menu * Previous menu # Answer Yes 1 Answer No 2 12 USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
19 Using the Mailbox Manager The Mailbox Manager is a Web-based application that enables you to personalize your messaging system settings and manage your messages. With the Mailbox Manager, you can create and change your: security code recorded name greetings playback options call transfer options call screening options call holding options message delivery options message groups settings This document and the Mailbox Manager online help topics provide detailed instructions for personalizing the messaging system settings. USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To access your mailbox 1 Open a Web browser. 2 Type the messaging system URL in the Location bar (Firefox) or Address bar (Internet Explorer), then press ENTER. name or IP Address>/mm If you do not know the server name or IP Address, contact your system administrator. 3 Bookmark the Mailbox Manager site to your list of favorites in your Web browser, or add a shortcut on your desktop. To add a shortcut to your desktop Drag the URL in the Address or Location bar to the desktop. 4 Type your User ID and Security Code. Optionally, if you do not want to provide your logon credentials each time you access the Mailbox Manager, select the Remember me on this computer. The next time you log on, Mailbox Manager automatically opens to the Messages page. NOTE If your logon credentials have changed, the messaging system is restarted, or if you log off of Mailbox Manager by clicking the Logoff link on a page, the next time you log on to Mailbox Manager you are prompted to supply the new credentials. 5 Select a language from the Language list. This is the default language heard when you use a phone to interact with the messaging system and the Mailbox Manager pages. NOTE The language displayed in the interface is not the same as the language used for spoken voice messaging prompts. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS 13
20 6 Click Sign in. The Messages page appears and you are now able to start using the Mailbox Manager. USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To set your playback device 1 Sign in to the Mailbox Manager. 2 Click the Profile tab. The Profile page appears. 3 Select the Message playback device you want to use: Speakers. Your messages are played back through your desktop computer speakers. Extension. Your messages are played back through you phone. Alternate phone. Your messages are played back through the phone number listed in the Automatically login calls from field on the Profile page. NOTE This selection is only available if a number is entered in the Automatically login calls from field. 4 Click Save. USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To log off Mailbox Manager Click Sign out on the upper-right corner of any Mailbox Manager page. Logging off from Mailbox Manager returns you to the log in page. Any credentials stored on this computer are erased. The next time you open Mailbox Manager, you are prompted to resupply your logon credentials. 14 USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
21 Using Mailbox Manager Search Mailbox Manager provides a search tool to use to search for subscribers to add to groups and to assign a subscriber extension for copying messages. Use the following procedure to search for and select subscribers. USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To search for a subscriber 1 Click Search on the page where you want to search for a specific subscriber or extension. The Search for page appears. 2 In the Search for section, search for subscribers or an extension to add using any of the following methods: On the Group:<Group Name> page, select Subscriber, My guests, or All as the search type. Or, on the Transfer Screening page, select Subscriber or Extension. Leave the Search for member field blank. NOTE Guests are special clients, contacts, friends, or family. These callers are enrolled on the system as guests of a host subscriber and are greeted by name and given direct access to exchange messages with the host subscriber. Type the full last name, then first name of the member. For example, type Simmons, Sandy. Type the extension number. For example, Type any part of the subscriber s name using wild cards (*) before and after a range of letters in the name. For example, type *tons* to retrieve all member records with tons in the first or last name. Or, type any part of the extension number. For example, type *102* to retrieve all extension numbers where 102 is a part of the extension number. Type any part of the member s last name, then type a wildcard at the end. For example, type Simmons* to retrieve all member records where the last name includes Simmons. Or, type 102* to retrieve a list of extensions that start with 102. Type a wildcard at the start of the member s first name or at the start of the extension. For example, type *Sandy to retrieve any records where the first name of the member is Sandy. Or, type *102 to retrieve a list of extensions that end with Click Search. 4 Select the subscribers to be added to the group. 5 Click Add. 6 Click Close Window. The Search page closes and returns you to the page where you clicked Search. The selected members or extension numbers automatically populates the field. NOTE On the Transfer Screening page the Search for page automatically closes after selecting an extension to auto copy messages to. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS 15
22 Using the Audio Applet The Audio Applet appears in Mailbox Manager. The Audio Applet is used to record or change your voice name or greetings. A voice name identifies you to other callers and subscribers, while greetings are used to personalize the messages callers hear if you are unable to answer the phone. Voice names and greetings are set on the following pages: Profile page Greetings page Groups - Group Name page, where Group Name is the name of a message group you created. For information more information about using the Audio Applet, see the Mailbox Manager Help. USING THE MAILBOX MANAGER To Record or Rerecord a Name or Greeting 1 Sign in to the Mailbox Manager. 2 Click the button to edit a recording on the appropriate Mailbox Manager page. The Audio Applet appears. Options Menu Play Stop playback/recording Start recording Save 3 If you have already selected your recording and playback devices, skip this step. Otherwise, select the recording and playback devices: a Click Options Menu and select Playback device. b Select Speakers or Phone. If you select Speakers, a speaker system must be connected to the computer. c If you select Phone, you are prompted to type an Extension of a phone to use as the device. Click Options Menu and select Recording device. d Select either Microphone or Phone. If you select Microphone, a microphone must be connected to the computer. If you select Phone, you must type an Extension of a phone to use as the device. 16 USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
23 e To set a permanent extension for the playback and recording devices, click Options Menu > Options. f Type an extension in the Extension field, then click OK. If a phone is used for both the recording and playback device, the same phone number must be used in the Extension field. Multiple phone numbers cannot be used. 4 Click Record. If Microphone is the recording device, begin speaking into the microphone. If Phone is the recording device, the phone rings at the extension set in the Extension field. Pick up the handset and begin speaking. 5 Click Stop to stop recording. 6 Click Play to listen to the recording. The Audio Applet displays the length of the recording in minutes and seconds. If a name or greeting has not been recorded 00:00 is displayed. 7 If you are satisfied with the recording, click Save. 8 When prompted to save the recording to the voice messaging server, click Yes. 9 Close the Audio Applet. NOTE Greetings and prompts can be created using WAV files that are copied into the media control using Paste from File. WAV files must be in the (AD) PCM audio format, with 16-bit audio sample size, 96-kbps bit rate, 1 (mono) channel and 8-kHz audio sample rate. No other formats are supported. UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS 17
24 Using Your Inbox With unified messaging, you can access your voice, fax, and messages in your mailbox. All of your messages, no matter what type, are stored in your inbox. In your inbox: a voice message is attached as a WAV file to an message. a fax message is attached as a TIF file to an message. For steps to manage messages in your inbox, see your program s online help. If your messaging system includes text-to-speech, you can hear your messages using a phone. The system plays any WAV file attachments, as well. See Using a Phone to Check on page USING THE MESSAGING SYSTEM TOOLS UNIVERGE UM8000 USER GUIDE
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THE EWING PUBLIC SCHOOLS CISCO VoIP TELEPHONY UNITY VOICE MAIL INSTRUCTIONS TIPS AND SHORTCUTS Any questions or concerns, or if any part of your phone is broken and needs to be replaced, enter a ticket
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Telephone User Instructions Your phone is programmed with a Direct Dial Number, which is. Your 4-digit extension is. You may also have a rollover line. If your first line is busy, calls to your main number
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Virtual Receptionist Manual This manual is meant to be a guide to help you set up your PhoneFusion One Virtual Receptionist phone number, and some tips and shortcuts for some of your favorite features.
Assigning a custom operator You can set up your mailbox to connect to another number. This allows you to offer your callers the option of leaving a message or speaking to one of your assistants or colleagues.
USER REFERENCE MANUAL for Software OCTEL MESSAGING DIVISION THE POWER OF MESSAGING Voice messaging gives you the ability to communicate effectively from any touchtone phone 24 hours a day, with one person
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Setting up & using your Cisco Unity Voice Mail Version: 1.3 Last Edited: 16 April 2014 Welcome to Cisco Unity Voice Mail! In conjunction with the PlymTEL IP Telephony rollout, Cisco Unity Voice Mail is
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Vonage Voicemail Plus User Guide Version:. Revised 08 DEC 006 Vonage documentation is considered proprietary and is made available for business operations and review by employees and regulatory agencies.
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Upon completing this chapter, you will be able to perform the following tasks: Use the Cisco Unity features and functions to route calls and present subscriber options for voice message retrieval Use Cisco
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User Guide for the Coral Phone System and T3 Voice Mail System July 2010 Accessing Help on Using the Phone System Help Desk 581-4000 option 1 The following materials may be found on-line: The Coral User
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Voicemail * Guide You can access your business voicemail using any phone. IMPORTANT: FIRST-TIME LOGIN INSTRUCTIONS The first time you log in, you will need to use the Voicemail Wizard to set a password
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Cisco IP Phone Training 8/26/15 Using your Phone This document will provide information on the following: Introduce you to your phone Place, transfer, forward, park and pick up a call Set voice mail passwords
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Telephone and Voicemail instructions Revised: 8/3/2015 Musom Help Desk: 304 691 1748 email@example.com Phone and Voicemail Tips Dialing an Outside Line: Dial 9 to get an outside line, and then the
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INFORMATION SYSTEMS SERVICE NETWORKS AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS SECTOR Voicemail Service User Guide ΥΠΣ ΕΔ/58 last revision date: August 6 th, 2013 The activation, configuration and use of the voicemail service
Cisco Unity Voice Mail- Unity Voice Mail is a voice storage and message system. It will answer your calls, deliver your personal greeting and take messages for you. Unity Voice Mail is a combination of
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