Voicemail allows telephone callers to leave a recorded message that is accessible from anywhere by telephone or through email. The service is provided through Microsoft’s Unified Messaging platform which combines voicemail and email in a single mailbox.
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- Use your telephone to listen to voicemail messages, email messages and calendar items.
- Send an “I will be late for this meeting” email to a meeting organizer or attendees from your telephone.
- Read a speech to text translation of the voice mail in the email messages as a preview then simply click the play button to hear the actual voice recording.
- Access voice mail by dialing 1400 from an on-campus extension or 508-565-1400 from off- campus and follow the prompts to enter your voice mail pin to access your mailbox. If your mailbox has been migrated to Office 365, you must access voicemail by dialing 1100 from an on-campus extention or 508-565-1100 from off-campus and follow the prompts to enter your voice mail pin to access your mailbox.
- Configure your Unified Messaging options by accessing Outlook Web App (OWA), logging in with your Stonehill username and password, and navigating to Options > See All Options... > Phone.
- Refer to the following knowledge base resources, found under the Telephone and Voicemail category.