Morrisonville School District Voice Mail Instructions
Checking Messages From Your Phone at School

Checking Messages from a Shared Phone

Checking messages from Outside the Office

Other Voice Mail Instructions
Samples of Personal Greetings

From Your Phone At School

Initializing your Mailbox
Recording Your Primary Greeting
To Open Mailbox from Your Phone
Re-Recording Your Name
Changing Your Password

Initializing your mailbox

  1. Press Feature 9 8 1.
  2. At password prompt enter 0 0 0 0 (this is your default password).
  3. Press OK or #.
  4. Enter your new password.  Password can be from 4 to 8 digits and cannot start with 0.
  5. Press OK or #.
  6. Enter password again as confirmation.
  7. Press Yes or # to accept password.
  8. System will prompt you to record your first and last name after the beep.
  9. Press OK or # to end recording.
  10. Press OK or # to accept recording. (Return to From Your Phone at School)

Recording your primary greeting

  1. Enter Feature 9 8 1.
  2. Enter your password and press # or OK.
  3. Press the digit 8 or soft key Admin.
  4. Press the digit 2 and soft key Record or 1.
  5. Listen for the prompts.   Press soft key Primary or 1.
  6. At the tone record your greeting and press OK or # to end recording.
  7. Press OK or # to accept greeting. (Return to From Your Phone at School)

To open mailbox from your phone

  1. Feature 9 8 1 or Open Voice Mail button
  2. At password prompt enter your password followed by the # key or Ok.
  3. Follow voice prompts and press Rls to exit mailbox. (Return to From Your Phone at School)

Re-recording your name

  1. Enter Feature 9 8 1.
  2. Enter your password and press OK or #.
  3. Press 8 or Admin.
  4. Press 1 and speak your name after the tone.
  5. Press # to end recording.
  6. Press # to accept recording. (Return to From Your Phone at School)

Changing your password

  1. Press Feature 9 8 1.
  2. Enter your password and press OK.
  3. Press 8 or Admin.
  4. Press 4 or PSWD.
  5. Enter your new password and press OK.
  6. Press OK  to accept password. (Return to From Your Phone at School)

 

Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone

Initializing your Mailbox
Recording Your Primary Greeting
Checking Messages from a Shared Phone
Re-Recording Your Name
Changing Your Password

Initializing your mailbox

  1. Press Feature 9 8 1.
  2. If display reads “Log:” proceed to step 3.   Otherwise press the * key once.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and  0 0 0 0 (this is your default password).
  4. Press OK or #.
  5. Enter your new password.  Password can be from 4 to 8 digits and cannot start with 0.
  6. Press OK or #.
  7. The screen may prompt for the password again as confirmation.
  8. Press OK or #.
  9. Press Yes or # to accept password.
  10. System will prompt you to record your first and last name after the beep and press # to end recording.
  11. Press OK or # to accept. (Return to Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone)

Recording your primary greeting

  1. Enter Feature 9 8 1 or press Check VM button from your telephone.
  2. If display reads “Log:” proceed to step 3.   Otherwise press the * key once.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key or OK.
  4. Press the digit 8 or the soft key Admin.
  5. Press the digit 2 and 1 or the soft key Record.
  6. Listen for the prompts and press 1 for Primary greeting.
  7. At the tone record greeting and press OK or # to end recording.
  8. Press OK or # to accept recording. (Return to Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone)

Checking messages from a shared phone

  1. Enter Feature 9 8 1 or Check Voice Mail button.
  2. If display reads “Log:” proceed to step 3.   Otherwise press the * key once.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key or OK.
  4. Follow voice prompts and press Rls to end session. (Return to Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone)

Re-recording your name from a shared phone

  1. Enter Feature 9 8 1.
  2. If display reads “Log:” proceed to step 3.   Otherwise press the * key once.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key or OK.
  4. Press 8 or Admin.
  5. Press 1 and speak your name after the tone.   Press # to end recording.
  6. Press # accept recording. (Return to Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone)

Changing your password

  1. Press Feature 9 8 1.
  2. If display reads “Log:” proceed to step 3.   Otherwise press the * key once.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key or press OK.
  4. Press 8 or Admin.
  5. Press 4 or PSWD.
  6. Enter your new password and press OK. (Return to Checking Mailbox for a Shared Phone)

 

Checking messages from outside of office when
auto attendant answers

  1. Dial main number.
  2. When automated greeting begins press **.
  3. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key.
  4. Follow voice prompts and hang up when finished. (Return to Top)

 

Checking messages from outside of office when
someone answers

  1. Dial main number.
  2. Ask to be transferred to extension _______.
  3. Press **.
  4. Enter your mailbox number and password followed by the # key.
  5. Follow voice prompts and hang up when finished. (Return to Top)

Other voice mail instructions

Leave a message

Open mailbox

Transfer to voicemail box

Interrupt


Static Time and Date

Feature 980-Leave a message in a mailbox.

Feature 981-Open mailbox.

Feature 986-Transfer caller directly into mailbox.
NOTE: You must manually enter mailbox number
and cannot use internal auto dial keys.

Feature 987-Use to interrupt a caller listening to your personal greeting or while they are leaving a message

Feature 806 and Feature #806 to cancel-Change the first line of the display to the current time and date. 

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Samples of Personal Greetings:

“Hello, this is ______________________.  Today is Monday, March 25th.  I am unavailable at the moment, but is you will leave your name, telephone number, and a brief message, I will return your call.  If this requires immediate attention, press 0 for the receptionist.”

“Hi, this is ________________________.  I’m sorry I missed your call, but if you’ll leave your name, telephone number and a detailed message, I will get back to you as quickly as I can.  If you would like t
0 speak with someone right away, press 0 and you will be connected to the receptionist.”

“Hello, this is _____________________.  I will be away from my office all day, but will be checking my messages frequently.  Please leave your name, telephone number and a detailed message and I will return your call.  If someone else may be assistance, please press 0 and our receptionist/Operator will direct your call.”

“Hello, this is _____________________.  I will be away from my office from (date) to (date).  I will be returning messages on (date).  Please leave a message and I will return your call at that time.  Of, if you prefer, press 0 to reach ________________________.  Thank you for calling.”

“Hi, this is _________________.  I will be in the office today.  I am either on another call or away from my desk, please leave your name, telephone number and a brief message and I will return your call as soon as possible.  To reach the operator press 0.”

Samples of Automated Attendant Greetings:

Thank you for calling ABC Company, our business hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  If you know your party’s extension you may enter it at any time.  To use our company directory press #.  Or to speak with the operator dial “0”.

You have reached ABC Company, all representatives are busy at this time.  If you know your parties extension you may enter it at any time or hold and you will be transferred to the operator.  Thank you.

Good evening, you have reached the ABC Company, your business is very important to us.  If you know your party’s extension you may enter it at any time during this recording.  For a listing of our business hours, press 1, bookkeeping, press 2, loan department, press 3 or press 4 to use our company directory.  If you are calling from a rotary dial telephone please stay on the line and you will be transferred to the general delivery mailbox.  Thank you for calling.

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