Unheard or skipped messages will be kept 20 days for AT&T Voice Mail Service and 30 days for AT&T Voice Mail Plus Service.Note: There will not be a notice of deletion warning for unheard or skipped messages.If not, you can reset your Home Voice Mail password online.
Quick Reference Guide for Voicemail The presence of a voicemail message is indicated by an illuminated message waiting light on your telephone. Voicemail attendant notifies you of the count of unheard, heard and/or saved messages. For the date and time, press 6 after listening to the message, if necessary. For example: To record a personal greeting for the active call handling mode: Login to voice mail. Use the Call Handling Mode feature to set temporary personal greetings for times you are out of the office, such as vacations and campus closings.
Choose one of the following options: Note: If you have forgotten your password, please contact Telephone Services at x6500 to reset it to the default. To enable a call handling mode: Login to voice mail.
Please see below for information and instructions to help get you on your way.
If you have any additional questions then please call Telecommunications on (6)14999 or email us. From the Personalization menu, dial 2 to access the PIN code menu.
To enable envelope information so that you hear the date and time before you hear the message: Login to voicemail. Any “unheard” messages will remain in your mailbox.
The “Envelope” holds the date and time a message was left. Press 6 after listening to the message for the date and time. All “heard” but “unsaved” messages will be removed from the system after 14 days.
The Voicemail system If you are unavailable, or busy and cannot receive all of your calls, then voicemail is the quickest way for people to leave messages.
Also, with a variety of message notification options available (email alerts, text messages and telephone notification), you can keep up-to-date with any important calls and messages.
Stutter tone availability is based on your area code and first three digits of your telephone number within your LATA. New AT&T Voice Mail Service customers living in areas where stutter tone is available will automatically have stutter tone activated on their line.
Existing AT&T Voice Mail Service customers living in areas where stutter tone is available will need to contact an AT&T Local Service Representative to request stutter tone on their line.* Not available in all areas of the LATA.
Follow the link for Settings and then Pager Notification.