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Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

We are on the Allworx phone system, model number 9204G. We each have our own extensions that are linked to our handsets (ext. 2##) We have recently created an Absence Reporting Line extension (ext 222) but we don't want to link it to a particular phone; however we have to check it multiple times a day because we have no way of knowing if there is a message on it unless we check it through the backdoor.

Is there a way to have one or multiple phones MSGS button light up when that ext has a voicemail?

RE: Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

I would suggest to call your vendor about setting up notification by email perhaps.


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RE: Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

Have you found a solution yet?

How are you using your four buttons? If you are not using all of them, then one can be assigned to "Messages" and then choose the voicemail user. When a new message arrives, that button will light up.

Hope this helps.

RE: Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

Sorry, no I have not solved it but am going to try Tripp's advice. Thank you

RE: Multiple Voicemails linked to one phone-Allworx

It worked. Thank you Tripp!!!

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