Voice Mail 5000 Instructions
Accessing Your Mailbox
Main Menu Options Include:
Setting Up Your Mailbox
Set-Up Menu Options Include:
A stutter dial tone (a steady beeping tone similar to a busy signal) will alert you that a message is waiting.
Changing Your Password
From the Set-Up menu, you can enable or disable the Auto Login feature by pressing 4 and following the prompts. The Auto Login feature allows you to bypass mailbox number and password entry when calling from the telephone your voice mail is assigned to.
Note: Auto Login is not password protected. Anyone accessing voicemail from your telephone can listen to your messages if Auto Login is enabled unless they press ** to access another mailbox.
Record Or Change Greeting
Greeting Menu options include:
From the Greeting Menu Options, you can create multiple greetings by pressing 5 and following the prompts to record and choose each greeting number 1 - 9.
Once you have accessed your voice mailbox your current messages will begin to play (if you have older messages that you've previously saved, you will be asked if you want to hear new messages or saved messages).
From the main menu press 1 (Message Retrieval). Then choose between 1 (New Message) or 2 (Saved Messages).
Note: After you have listened to your messages, you need to save or delete the message in order to TURN OFF your message indicator (stutter dial tone) and /or light indicator.
To Un-Delete A Meessage:
Don't hang up. Follow the voice prompts to listen to the messages. Once you have played the message you had marked for deletion, press 4. The message will then be saved as new.
Message Retrieval Menu Options Include:
When you place your order for voice mail, you can choose the number of rings (3 - 9) the calling party hears before voice mail answers.
Voice Mail to Email