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Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

Hi Folks,

Is there a way to share a single voicemail box for multiple extensions? (Other than general delivery)


RE: Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

NO, when you set the voice mail box up it will ask you to determine one  extension

J.Fisher CCNA

RE: Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

Try assigning "alternate Dns" on the main mailbox (in VM).And making sure none of the "other" extensions (up to 2) have mailboxes assigned to them.Calls to the "alternate DN " assigned mailbox will trigger a message light on the other two extensions.The phone will only ring though on the main extension being called.


RE: Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

why would you want to share a voice mail box?
it would be easier to setup another. Now if you both
have a phone I would simple forward no answer to the ext that has the voice mail and let its vms pick up.

J.Fisher CCNA

RE: Sharing Norstar Voice Mailbox

Just in case you`re looking for that alternate DN suggestion by PBXguy, that feature is available only on a Norstar Applications Module (NAM). If you don`t see it when you`re adding or changing a mailbox, you don`t have a NAM.


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