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STS with in skin voicemail

STS with in skin voicemail

STS with in skin voicemail

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I have a customer who would like to split the voicemail
so that callers to lines 1&2 receive one message and callers to lines 3&4 recieve another. Can someone provide a step by step instruction on how to set this up. Thank you for any help.

RE: STS with in skin voicemail

You will have to connect to the VoiceMail with your computer to program. Once you connect you will need to go to Auto Attendant and the asign the greetings to ports .There are 8 ports.VODAVI does NOT recommend you do this ,you will have to seperate the ports to the lines, otherwise your ports will wind up answering the wrong lines.
ust be carefull when you set it up .

RE: STS with in skin voicemail

All you need to do is have certain lines answered by certain ports of Voicemail with greeting for those lines being answered at those ports. Then program other lines to be answered by other ports with a greeting on those ports for those lines. Very simple and works fine.

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

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