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I need to change greeting that INCOMING CALLERS hear, not what I hear when I access voicemail

How do I change the greeting that INCOMING CALLERS hear, not my personal voicemail greeting?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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You are talking the auto attendant that picks up when someone calls in to the system and no one answers?

Which model voicemail is it. It will TELL you when you dial in to check your voicemail, ...."Welcome to Partner messaging" or welcome to partner mail" or "welcome to Partner voice messaging"

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

SOURCE: I am trying to change the voicemail greeting for

Your installer should have left you a code and description to do this. There is no default way to do it. It is set up at time of install.

If they did not tell you, someone will have to get access (local or remote) to your system and find out if there is something already set up. If not, they would be able to do so.

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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When you log into the voicemail, what does the lady say?

Welcome to Merlin mail, merlin messaging, Audix???

Need to know the voicemail model....

Posted on Dec 31, 2009

SOURCE: Changing user on voicemail

ill need to log into Manager and under that users tab, you can reset the password or delete the mailbox.

Posted on Jun 25, 2010

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    1)Call your Voicemail access number, or press its corresponding shortcut key (usually the number "1").
    2)Press the key corresponding to "set your voicemail greeting" or "Set up your voicemail."
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  • From the Home screen, tap , then tap Call icon.
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Note: These steps may be different depending on your network.

Accessing Your Voice Mail

  • From the Home screen, tap Call icon, then tap Voice Mail icon. You may be prompted to enter a password.
  • When connected, follow the voice prompts from the voice mail center.

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We always programme the voicemail to 555. If you have something different change what is below, which is our 'one sheet' user guide from www.dschiltern.co.uk

All Types of Phones


1. Your mailbox number will be the same as your extension number.

2. Default password is 1 2 3 4

3. Voicemail group number is 555 (unless programmed differently)


Before callers can leave voicemail messages you must activate your mailbox and record your greeting message. We would suggest something along the lines of


"You are through to the voicemail of . . . . I am sorry I am unable to take your call at the moment but please leave a message after the tone and I shall get back to you "


To Record Your Greeting Message


1. Dial the voicemail group number (usually 555)

2. Enter your password (default is 1234)

3. Keep pressing 3 to scroll to greeting messages

4. Press 8 to toggle between your two greeting messages

5. Press 0 to change the message and follow the instructions.


To leave voicemail just press 'Release' or hang up.


Responding to Voicemail


On a display phone you will see "You have messages" on the top line and "Display messages?" on the bottom line. Press tick twice to go to voicemail and then enter your password.


On Siemens 'Entry' phone or display phones with a 'voicemail' button, just press this button and enter password when asked.


On ordinary analogue phones you will get broken dial tone. Dial the voicemail group number (usually 555) and enter password.


In all cases you will then be able to listen to your messages.


To delete a message press 0. It will ask you to confirm by pressing 0 again.

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Voicemail is usually ext 200 or 300 if it's not assigned on a speed dial button. If your ext has a mailbox assigned the voicemail will greet you or ask for your code. If you don't know the code your voicemail administrator will have to reset the password or mailbox. If your ext doesn't have a mailbox assigned, then it will just give you the main greeting that outside callers get.

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  • Step 3 Choose a new passcode. The passcode must be from 4 to 8 digits in length. It should be easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. Do not use easy to guess numbers, such as 1234 or 1111. Also do not re-enter the same temporary passcode, since it will be easy for anyone to guess.
  • Step 4 Record your name. Simply say your name, without a long complicated message. This recording is used by the voicemail system to identify you whenever you forward a message to another user. It is not used as the standard greeting when a caller is directed to your voicemail to leave a message.
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