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Change Main Greetings on Octel System

Change Main Greetings on Octel System

Change Main Greetings on Octel System

(OP)
I have an Octel 200 system (S.4.1.1-2) and I am required to change/re-record the main greetings for the voicemail tree.
The extensions in the office are 4 digit based and from what I can see the EN greeting is 6 digits (call it mailbox 100000) the FR greeting is also 6 digits (call it MB 120000)

I know I also have to re-record the night and holiday greetings however I am not sure how to get into the mailboxes to re-record this.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

 
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RE: Change Main Greetings on Octel System

Dial into the main number and get the auto attendant press #, then enter the mailbox number and password. This will let you change the greeting.

RE: Change Main Greetings on Octel System

(OP)
Thanks!  I forgot to update this request as I got into the VM boxes externally and figured out how the greetings were set. I will was able to reset the pwds on those mailboxes and update the greetings. I just don't have a "radio voice".  LOL!

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