Jul 17, 2010
Voice Mail provides your own personal answering service. It’s more reliable than an answering machine and it’s easy to access when you are away from home. All messages are of great voice quality giving you the caller’s number and the date and time the call was received. There is no equipment to buy. Pick from the following three Voice Mail packages.
Each user on a telephone line can have their own voice mailbox. The caller gets a message such as: “You have reached the Johnson house. Press1 to speak to John, 2 to speak to Jane, etc.” Each sub-mailbox has its own PIN to ensure privacy.
Multiple phone numbers can share the same voice mailbox.
Message Waiting Indication (MWI) numbers are phone numbers that are notified when a new voice mail message is recorded. By default, the subscriber’s number is set as the MWI number.
When you receive a voice mail message you will also receive the message at your email address.
This allows the caller listening to a voice mail greeting to transfer to another pre-programmed number. For example, “Leave a message or press ’0′ (zero) to be connected to my cell phone.”
Subscribers may record up to ten different greetings and select the active greeting. With this feature, subscribers can record a regular greeting and an ‘out of office’ greeting.
Allows you to forward a message from your mailbox to someone else’s mailbox.