1 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. Note that Virtual Receptionist is an optional product that you may not have. Please contact Customer Support if you would like to add Virtual Receptionist to your current service. How does it work? The PhoneFusion One Virtual Receptionist will answer your calls and play a recorded message giving your callers different options to choose. For example, "Thank you for calling ABC Company. Dial 1 for sales, 2 for support, 8 for the dial-by-name directory, or 0 for the operator." Calls can be sent to any person, in any location, anywhere in the world. Unlike a standard PBX system, there is no hardware or software to buy or maintain. Getting Started Before you can set up any features for your PhoneFusion One number, you must reset the password given to you at the time of your enrollment, or the password you chose when you set up your phone number. If you do not remember your password, you can go to the log in page at and Click on Forgot Password. Your password will be sent to the address you used to set up your PhoneFusion One number. You can change your phone or Web passwords at any time by logging in to your Web account (go to the Security section) or by dialing your PhoneFusion One number and going into your Account Options. How to Log in to Your Web Account The next thing you need to know is how to log in to your Web account in order to change any of your features or settings for your PhoneFusion One number. Go to You will see the following page: Page 1 of 22
2 1. Enter your PhoneFusion One phone number where it says Login. (Do not include the 1 in front of the phone number.) 2. Enter your Web password in the Password space. Note: Your entry here is case sensitive. 3. Next, click Log in. Additional Login Tools Remember Me - After you have entered your PhoneFusion One phone number and Web password, the Remember Me will appear. If you select this option, PhoneFusion One will save the information provided so you do not have to retype this information each time you enter the site. To clear the information, uncheck Remember Me. Forgot Password? - First provide us your PhoneFusion One phone number. Then, click on Forgot Password? We will send an with your Web password to the address(es) we have on file. Once you have logged in, you will see this main page: Page 2 of 22
3 The number of messages you have in your inbox is displayed on the top of the page on the right-hand side. This box also displays the amount of storage available on this website. If you want to increase the amount of storage you have available, contact Customer Service to upgrade your services. If you have reached 100% storage used, PhoneFusion One will not save new messages on this site or in the phone administration. Delete messages you no longer need or contact Customer Service. You will see the following icons on the menu bar of the page: All of these icons will lead you to all of the account options in order customize your features. Page 3 of 22
4 Messages Your Virtual Receptionist has the ability to receive faxes. In this section you will find a list of all fax messages currently stored online. This online inbox is the main storage place for your messages. Once a message is deleted from this online mailbox, that message is permanently gone. All the messages you find online are available on the telephone administration side of PhoneFusion One where you can forward faxes to a fax machine. Here is a guide to your inbox The top section of the screen will look like this: Empty square - When you click on this button, you are choosing to delete or this message. You will see a check mark in the square. [Even though you have chosen to delete the message, it is not yet permanent.] Select Messages - If you wanted to delete all of your messages or all of one type of message, instead of selecting on each one individually, you can select from the dropdown box here and choose Select All, Unselect All, and Faxes. Filter - You can filter your messages by type this is a global feature. You can only filter for Fax messages, New, Old or Deleted. Select the type you prefer and you will only see the messages that fall into that category. Page 4 of 22
5 Forward - This button allows you to forward a message to either an address or another user on this system. You can the message to any address or forward the message to another PhoneFusion user. Delete - When you check the square next to a message, click Delete to delete the message. Once you have marked a message to be deleted the page will reload and the icon will be red. Undelete - Once a message is marked to be deleted, you still have the option to undelete the message before it is permanently deleted. Select the box next to the message you want undeleted and select the corresponding icon. Mark Unread - Once you have listened to a message or read a fax, it will change from being bold to being in regular font, and the icons change from green to tan. You can change the message to be unread, so it s still in bold in your inbox. Empty Trash - When you have message(s) marked for deletion with a red icon, click this button and the message(s) will be permanently deleted. Refresh - If you press the Refresh button, you will reload the page and check for new faxes. To view a fax, simply click your mouse on the icon next to the message. Icons that are green are new messages. Icons that are yellow/tan are old. Icons look like this: Fax - When you click on this icon, your Web browser will open the fax in a new window. When the messages are no longer new, they will turn to a tan color: Message Menu Once you have a message in your inbox, you can right click anywhere on that line. You will see the following dropdown box. Page 5 of 22
6 This dropdown box gives you all the options you have in your inbox. It s just a shortcut. Open - View your fax. Forward - Forward the message via or to another PhoneFusion user. A box will open where you enter the address or phone number. Delete - Deletes the message. Undelete - Restores a message marked to be deleted. Mark as Unread - Mark the message here as unread (returning it to bold). Refresh - Refresh the page to check for new messages. Select - Like the dropdown box at the top of the inbox, here you have all the same options. If you wanted to delete all of your messages, instead of selecting on each one individually, you can click on the dropdown box here and choose Select All, Unselect All, and Faxes. Filter - You can filter your messages by type this is a global feature. You can only filter for Fax messages, New, Old or Deleted. Select the type you prefer and you will only see the messages that fall into that category. Close - Close this dropdown box. You can also just click somewhere else on the screen to close the box. Page 6 of 22
7 Manage Account This section allows you to change your account options. Click on the manage account icon and you will be presented with another list of options. My Account Settings My Rate Plan Security Reports Fax Preferences Virtual Receptionist Click on any of the items in the dropdown menu to change or view features related to these sections. My Account Settings This section allows you update your general account information, subscriber information and credit card information we have on file. It also give you access to your Click to Call hyperlink. You will need to verify some account information in order to gain access to the account. Page 7 of 22
8 Click to Call Hyperlink This feature gives you the ability to add a hyperlink to your signature or on a website. It embeds the hyperlink into an image and gives your customers and future clients an easy way to communicate with you. Click on Web Preferences to find your Click to Call URL Hyperlink. Copy this hyperlink and add it to your signature or on a website. Page 8 of 22
9 Once someone clicks on this link a new Web page will open: This Web page will ask the customer to: Enter the telephone number where you wish to be called. Then Place call. Your choices are: immediately, within 1 minute, 3 minutes or 5 minutes. When all of this information is provided, the customer can click on Make Call. If the phone number entered is valid, the system will give the requestor an accepted response similar to the one below. If this feature is not enabled, the requestor will get an error response: Page 9 of 22
10 My Rate Plan The My Rate Plan section shows your Virtual Receptionist account rate plan, any additional features you have added, and also shows you the Click to Call Hyperlink. Security This section allows you to manage security related features including your phone and Web password. Your entire interaction with PhoneFusion One is private and confidential; no one else has access to your PhoneFusion One account, unless you give someone your information. When you enter either your phone or Web password, you are able to use all of the system features and settings that are unique to your PhoneFusion One account. We encourage you to not disclose your passwords. Make sure that you change your passwords to something that you will easily remember. If you forget your passwords, contact Customer Service. Page 10 of 22
11 Enter the password you will use when logging into your online account - Your Web password is used when logging into the PhoneFusion One website. The passwords must be at least 6 characters long, and should contain at least one letter and one number. Enter the password you will use when logging in to the PhoneFusion One website. Please confirm your password - We ask you to confirm the password to make sure you have typed it in correctly. Enter the password you will use when dialing into your account numeric digits only - Your phone password is used when you press the * key to enter the PhoneFusion One administration settings on the telephone. This password must be completely numeric, and be at least 4 digits in length. Enter the password you will use when dialing into PhoneFusion One over the phone. Please confirm your password - We ask you to confirm the password to make sure you have typed it in correctly. Reports This section allows you to browse your Credit Card and Usage reports. You can select different date ranges from the drop-down list to review all usage or select credit card to see billing reports. Page 11 of 22
12 Credit card reports show you details on the all charges billed to your account. Usage reports will show you details of calls received through PhoneFusion One. Usage reports include: the date and time of a call, the number that called, what type of call was answered and the duration of the call. Below is an example of incoming faxes to Note the report has shading that highlights what happened to one individual call. Each call can have several lines on the report depending on the features used in the call that was received. Fax This section allows you to change all settings related to your PhoneFusion Virtual Receptionist fax feature. Page 12 of 22
13 Specify the number you would like to press on your keypad when managing your faxes by phone - This menu allows you to choose which keys you will press in order to manage your faxes. If you click on the arrows, you will change the order in which you will hear the list of options. You choose the number you will press for the options listed, and the order in which you hear them. Page 13 of 22
14 Enter the number of times we will attempt to resend a fax - This setting allows you to choose the number of times you want PhoneFusion One to try and resend a fax. Enter the number of minutes between fax resend attempts - This setting allows you to choose the number of minutes you want to wait in between attempts to resend a fax. Enter the number of minutes (from the first attempt) to attempt the initial fax resend - This setting allows you to choose the number of minutes (from the first attempt) that you want to wait before the second attempt to resend a fax. Choose whether or not you want to receive a notification whenever you receive a fax. This will not have the fax attached it s a message notifying you that you have received a fax - This SMS message will be sent to the address provided below. Check the box if yes. Enter the address(es) to which your faxes will be sent. (Separate each one by a comma) - PhoneFusion One will send you a copy of the fax message your caller has sent you. This fax message will be sent as a.pdf file. Enter the address(es) where you would like your fax messages sent. You can enter more than one address by separating them with a comma. Enter the phone number of a standard fax machine to which we will forward your incoming faxes - PhoneFusion One can send a copy of a fax received to a fax machine. If you have a paper fax machine where you would like faxes forwarded, enter the fax phone number here. Send all faxes to your external address ONLY. If you have faxes only sent to an external address, once the message is sent, it will automatically be deleted from your messages - This setting allows you to decide if you want PhoneFusion One to automatically delete fax messages from your PhoneFusion One online inbox once it has been ed to you, conserving storage space. Check the box if yes. Virtual Receptionist This page allows you to program all of your Virtual Receptionist extensions. Page 14 of 22
15 How to program your Virtual Receptionist number: The first thing to do is to decide what you want your introduction (Greeting) for your company to say. Based on this script you can begin to program your Virtual Receptionist phone number. Next, record your main greetings and any additional message boxes you want to program online. Go to the Phone Manual section of this guide for instructions on how to record your greetings. Note: If you do not record your greetings first, you will not be able to program your Virtual Receptionist extensions online. Each Virtual Receptionist phone number has three main components: Greeting Default Option Virtual Receptionist Entries Greeting Page 15 of 22
16 The first greeting message is your main greeting - the greeting callers hear when they call this Virtual Receptionist number. On this line you will need to let us know what message box to play. You can record any greeting you want. As long as all the entries you mention in your greeting are programmed in this number, your Virtual Receptionist will work properly. This greeting is associated with a message box. Your Virtual Receptionist main Greeting has been assigned to Message Box # 000. The first message box you need to record is 000 unless you decide to record a different. If you decide to record a different message box code, please be sure to change that setting online so the system knows which message box to play. A message box is a recorded message assigned to any 6-digit number. First Greeting Message Example Thank you for calling PhoneFusion One Customer Service. Our office hours are If you have reached us after hours and need assistance, please visit our support site and submit a ticket. Otherwise, please listen to the follow options and make a selection: For Sales, press 1. For Technical Support, press 2. For all other inquires, press 3. To speak to an operator, press 0. If you want to change your main greeting; first, record a message box. Go online and change the message box number the main greeting was assigned to play. Default Option Each Virtual Receptionist phone number has a default action. This is the number of times PhoneFusion One will repeat your main greeting if the caller does not enter a selection. The first part of the feature is to let us know how many times we should repeat the greeting before going to a specific action. Actions are explained below. We have already set up this default to repeat the greeting 2 times. You can change how many times we repeat the greeting and what it does and the options are. Never set this to zero. Page 16 of 22
17 Default Action Setting Select what you want your DEFAULT ACTION to be. You can program it to do any of the following options. Click on Modify and a new window will open. We have set your default action to be hang-up. The outcome is we will repeat the greeting 2 times and on the end of the second time we repeated your main greeting we will hang up on the caller. You can set it to route to any phone number if you want. Message Boxes The actions below are associated with a message box. If you decide to use one of these actions, you must record a message box. Go online and change what message box these actions should play. Introductory Message (Main Greeting) Play simple message Play a sub menu Virtual Receptionist Entries Each Virtual Receptionist is allotted a certain amount of Virtual Receptionist entries. An entry has to be assigned a certain action. For example, if your greeting plays, For customer service press 1 and this selection goes to another PhoneFusion One phone number, then the action you need to select below is Forward to a number ON the system. Actions: Page 17 of 22
18 Forward to a number ON the system If you want the caller to be sent to another PhoneFusion One phone number when he presses the entry you are adding, select this action. Enter the complete 10 digit phone number. Receive a Fax You can add an option to press any key and PhoneFusion One will go into fax mode. Thank you for calling PhoneFusion One customer service. To send a fax press 3 or start on your fax machine now. If you program 3 with this action, the caller will hear a fax tone so the fax machine can begin to process the fax being sent. Forward to another number (OFF the system) PhoneFusion One allows you to program your entries to go to ANY valid phone number in the world. Select this action and provide us with a valid phone number. This can be a cell phone or office phone. Please note that the caller will be sent to the phone number you provided. If the recipient of this call is unable to handle the call, no voic or routing back to PhoneFusion One is available. Play Sub-Menu A sub menu can be created within the main Virtual Receptionist phone number. This action is used to create a sub directory within the main Virtual Receptionist number like a company directory. PhoneFusion One now gives you the ability to dial from this entry. Your company directory can be 411 and you can assign it to this type of action of Play Sub Menu. All the extensions you record under this sub menu message box need to exist on the main Virtual Receptionist number and the system will understand how to route that extension. Once you have selected to use this action, you will need to record a message box that PhoneFusion One will play when the caller chooses this entry. Play simple message This action allows you to record any information you want. Directions to the office, information about the company even information about special events. This action is different from a play sub menu because if you try to dial an extension you will be simply routed back to the main greeting and your caller will not recognize all the other entries on the main number. Hang Up This is action will disconnect your caller. This is used mainly for the default action. Page 18 of 22
19 Support This section brings some helpful information about PhoneFusion One, including contacting Customer Service, manuals and downloads to help use our service. Contact Us - This icon shows you how you can contact PhoneFusion One Customer Service by or phone. This link also provides additional online support information. User Guide - Click on one of the icons to read our user guides. Downloads - Applications - This section gives you access to PhoneFusion One s downloadable applications. Page 19 of 22
20 Downloads - Third Party - The download icon provides links to download Adobe Acrobat, Windows Media Player and Apple QuickTime. The links to these tools and applications are solely for your convenience. We are sorry that we cannot take responsibility for authoring these wonderful tools, and therefore, cannot take responsibility for supporting them. Make a Call Your Make a Call feature appears in the upper right hand corner, along with your message count. Click Make a Call and a window will open where you enter the phone number where you are in Step 1. Step 2 is where you enter the number you would like to call. Click Call and your call will be placed. Page 20 of 22
21 Recording Virtual Receptionist Messages Boxes Phone Manual Your Virtual Receptionist Main Greeting will be message box # 000 unless you decide to use another number. The first message box you need to record is 000. Message boxes can be up to 6 digits long. You can record any information you want. Phone Administrator 1) Dial your PhoneFusion One phone number. 2) When the system answers press the * key. 3) Enter your phone pass code followed by the # sign. 4) Press 3 for account options. 5) Press 5 to manage your Virtual Receptionist message boxes. Manage VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST Messages To scan through messages, press 1. To record a new message, press 2. To delete a message, press 3. To listen to a message, press 4. To return to the previous menu, press #. Scan VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST Messages The system will announce the message number. Message number To record this message, press 1. To delete this message, press 2. To listen to this message, press 3. To go onto the next message, press 4. To return to the previous menu, press #. Record VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST Messages Enter the message number followed by the # sign. You have entered message number. If this is correct, press 1. Otherwise press any other key. Please start your recording after the tone. To playback your recording, press 1. To save this recording, press 2. To re-record, press 3. To cancel recording, press 4. To repeat this menu, press *. To return to the previous menu, press #. Page 21 of 22
22 Delete VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST Messages Enter the message number followed by the # sign. You have entered message number. If this is correct, press 1. Otherwise press any other key. Are you sure you want to delete this message? Press 1 for yes and press 2 for no. Listen to VIRTUAL RECEPTIONIST Messages Enter the message number followed by the # sign. You have entered message number. If this is correct, press 1. Otherwise press any other key. Page 22 of 22
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