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 1100 from an on-campus extension 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, then navigating to the gear icon in the top, right-hand corner of the screen and select "Options" from the list that appears. Expand the "General" category on the in the left-hand column and then expand the "voice mail" category. This will give you access to all of the features the Unified Messaging service offers.
- Refer to the knowledge base resources (http://www.stonehill.edu/offices-services/it/support/knowledge-base/) found under the Telephone and Voicemail heading for assistance.