How do you erase and change after hours greeting?dhalman
Call voicemail by pressing the Intercom button then dialing 777, when it answers login by dialing 99# followed by the password(default is 1234#) then press 9 for system features menu. Press 3 to choose Automated Attendant, the system prompts for the Auto Attendant number(1-4), start with Auto Attendant 1,if you do not know which one is being used by pressing 1. Press 2 to choose Night Menu, press 6 to change the Night Menu prompt. Lift the handset, press 1 to record your new Night Menu prompt using the handset, press 1 at the end of your recording. To listen to the new recording press 23, to immediately re-record press 21, to save the recording press *#. Press # to save all programming changes and activate new recording. Press *7 to return to system features menu or hang up to end programming session.
Changing the Auto Attendant prompt should be done when you are able to do a test call on each line to verify that you have changed the correct prompt(in your case after hours or by putting the system in After Hours mode manually to ensure the After Hours prompt is active) for each line being answered by the Auto Attendant. By default all lines are assigned to Auto Attendant 1, if your system has been modified to use a different Auto Attendant for some or all lines, you will need to repeat the above procedure for the Auto Attendant being used. If at any time you get lost or confused while in the voicemail programming, hang up and start over. Once you get comfortable with navigating the voicemail programming, it gets easier. If you have trouble send a comment, I will try to help.
Feb 10, 2011 |
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