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Virtual Station and Voice Mail

Virtual Station and Voice Mail

Virtual Station and Voice Mail

(OP)
If I set up a virtual station and have voicemail assigned to it how do I access the voicemail allocated to that station?

I'm thinking rather than assigning a physical desk station I could assign a virtual one and then anyone can access the mailbox when needed rather than one person drawing the short straw!

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

dial the voicemail hunt group enter extension and then password, you also could set up outcalling to alert you when new messages are left

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

(OP)
Thanks but when I dial the Voicemail huntgroup number and enter the number of the virtual station it prompts me to leave a message for that extension rather than access the messages stored.

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

is this extension part of your dial plan extensions?

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

(OP)
Ahh, looks like I need to press # before entering the station extension.

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

so you got in ok?

RE: Virtual Station and Voice Mail

(OP)
Yeah, just tested there as I had to reset my VM password for the v-stat.... I just wasn't listening to the prompt fully and needed the # whereas entering the extension took me straight to leave a VM for the stat.

Thanks for all your help!

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