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Audix Question

Audix Question

Audix Question

(OP)

Is there a way to choose an out of office message on the phone without changing the regular message?
Also set a time when to run and when to stop like in email?

RE: Audix Question

(OP)
3 Manage greetings
1 Record (Create)
N Enter greeting number N(1-9)

1 Greeting for ALL
*D Delete Greeting
System Greeting Used for All Calls

Can't find an Option for Time Range
Start Time
End Time

RE: Audix Question

Not sure you can do that

RE: Audix Question

(OP)

Thanks for your reply.

RE: Audix Question

You should be able to create additional personal greetings in the manage greetings menu.
When it is time to use the out of office greeting, you can log back in and activate that particular greeting.

RE: Audix Question

sorry misunderstood as stated yes you can

RE: Audix Question

(OP)

Thanks for All the Replies

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