An electronic voice messaging system integrated with the phone system provides you with a personal mailbox which allows you to create your own personal greeting and to listen to, save, forward, record, and deliver messages 24 hours a day from your touchtone telephone. The system has an instruction menu, which tells how to use the features. It also repeats the instructions following a brief pause. To access any option, just follow the prompts. If you know what option you want next, you may override the system by pressing the number of the option you want. When you have phonemail messages, you will hear a broken dial tone.
|On-Campus Access (allows you complete control of your PhoneMail)||7185|
|Guest On-Campus Access (allows you only to leave messages)||7181|
Dial the phonemail single access number 7185.
Press the # sign or enter your extension and then press the # sign again.
Enter your password then press the # sign.
IF ACCESSING THE MAILBOX DENIED:
When attempting to gain access to your mailbox, you hear the following message, "This mailbox is protected. Please call your system administrator", you will need to contact Telecommunications at 7000 to have your phonemail reset. (entering an incorrect password more than 5 times will "lock"-"protect" a mailbox)
TO CHANGE YOUR PERSONAL GREETING (what people will hear when they call you):
SAMPLE INTERNAL GREETING:
Hello, you have reached extension________. We are not available now, so please leave a message after the tone. We will return your call as soon as possible. If this is an emergency, please hang up and dial 965-7111. Thank you for calling.
TO LISTEN TO YOUR MESSAGES:
Note: Broken Dial Tone indicates that you have messages in your Phone Mail box.
Additional controls when listening to your messages:
TO LEAVE A MESSAGE FOR SOMEONE ELSE (without calling first):
Additional controls when recording a message:
TO CHANGE YOUR PASSWORD:
NOTE: To ensure your privacy, it is strongly recommended that you change your password from the default, to a number of your own choosing. (6 digits minimum)
The distribution of malicious, obscene, and/or life threatening PhoneMail messages is not only inappropriate, but illegal, and will prompt PUC to involve the local law enforcement agencies, to bring such behavior under prosecution to the full extent of the law.
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