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How to change a greeting

How to change a greeting

How to change a greeting

(OP)
Hi,

This is probably an obvious one, but I've failed to find the answer with google.

Can I or a user change their default greeting on Callpilot? They want it to say' so n so dept' rather than 'ext xxxx is unavailable'.

RE: How to change a greeting

Have user log into mailbox to record greetings and personal verification.\

82-1 is for external greeting
82-2 is for internal greeting
82-9 is for personal verification

RE: How to change a greeting

(OP)
Thanks Jax, so the user just dials 821 etc once logged into Callpilot?

RE: How to change a greeting

(OP)
I've just tried it, add a 5 to record a new greeting & it works.


Thanks.

RE: How to change a greeting

Google this next time: norstar callpilot user guide

It will yeild the guides you need.

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