Voicemail wherever you are.
Your callers expect that they can leave a message when you are not there—and you expect to get it as soon as possible. This is voicemail in the age of unified communications.
Every extension can have a mailbox.
- Customized pickup time. The time after the mailbox picks up and the number of messages may be programmed. Messages may be marked private or urgent.
- Multiple announcement modes. Anonymous, recorded name, or one of five personal greetings (selected via a star code).
- Voicemail via email. Mailbox messages may be forwarded with or without message attachments to email addresses. This makes it possible to listen to the messages from other applications and/or while on the road.
- Shared mailboxes. Users can grant other extensions access to the mailbox.
- Messaging. Users may use the mailbox to record notes. These notes can then be copied or moved into other mailbox accounts.
- Comments. Mailbox users may record comments to received mailbox messages. Those messages may then be forwarded into other mailbox accounts.
- Web interface. Mailbox messages are accessible through the web interface of the PBX. Received messages can be played back from the web interface.
- Message Waiting Indication. When the user receives a new message, the associated phone may light up a message waiting indication.
All those features are included in the standard configuration.