Telephone Answering Voice Mail Features
You can have a total of 20 messages in your voice mailbox
(i.e. a total of saved and new messages).
You can save messages in voice mail for 17 days.
All messages have a time/date stamp, which allows you to tell the time and
date that a message was delivered.
Voice mail allows you to program 3 reminders for a specific date and time
up to 365 days into the future. Voice mail will call you on the
programmed date and time to announce that it has a message for you and
play the message you have previously recorded. If you are not there, it
will be left as a message in your voice mailbox.
Lists of voice mailbox numbers can be created so that one message can be
sent to many individuals with one key.
You can have 10 lists of 20 members each.
Call Forward Universal
A phone can be transferred directly to voice mail, using the same process
you would use to forward all calls to another extension (*72 feature). By
using this feature, incoming calls are directly transferred to extension
4000. The voice mail system is able to recognize that it is your
extension and play your greeting to callers.
Voice mail can call a person living within the local dialing area, not
long distance from the University, and tell him/her that they have a new
voice mail message. This feature is controlled by the voice mail user.
Arrangements can be made for individuals that share a phone number so
that each person can have voice mail.
The shared mailboxes can be set up as either Chain-mailboxes or
Chain Mailboxes: A chain mailbox allows callers to enter a 7-digit,
private voice mailbox number of the person they are trying to reach.
Chain mailboxes work best for extensions shared by 5 or more people.
Extensions used by graduate students often take advantage of this type of
Sub-mailboxes: A sub-mailbox allows callers to press 1 to leave a
message for a particular person, 2 to leave a message for another person
and so on. This voice mailbox works best for 2 to 4 people sharing an