Student Voicemail Setup Instructions

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MCLA STUDENT VOICE MAIL INSTRUCTIONS (UM8700)

Programming your voicemail:

Dial 5101 from your dorm room; enter your security code (last 4 digits of your "A" number), then follow tutorial


Programming your voicemail from off campus:

Dial 413-662-5101, press #, put in extension #, enter your security code (last 4 digits of your "A" number), then follow tutorial

Accessing Your Mailbox Messages:

From your extension From Off-Campus From another On-Campus Extension
1. Dial 5101 from on-campus 1. Dial (413) 662-5101 1. Dial 5101, press # for main menu
2. Enter your security code (last 4 digits of your "A" number) 2. Enter #; enter your extension 2. Enter #; enter your extension
3. Enter your security code (last 4 digits of your "A" number) 3. Enter your security code (last 4 digits of your "A" number)


Tips

  • Press (1) for Yes,
  • Press (2) for No,
  • Press ( * ) for the main menu,
  • Press ( # ) Previous Menu,
  • Press (* * *) Exit System

Playing Your Messages:

  • 1. Enter your personal ID#
  • 2. Press (4) check new messages
  • 3. Press (5) leave messages
  • 4. Press (6) review messages
  • 5. Press (7) to change setup options

While reviewing your messages you can

  • a. Press (1) advance to the end of a message
  • b. Press (3) menu options
  • c. Press (4) Slow down playback
  • d. Press (5) adjust volume
  • e. Press (6) speed up playback
  • f. Press (7) rewind
  • g. Press (8) pause
  • h. Press (9) repeat
  • i. Press ( * ) save as new message

Set up Options Menu

  • 1. Enter your personal ID#
  • 2. Press (7)for setup options
  • 3. Press (7)for personal options
    • a. Press (4) to change security code
    • b. Press (5) to record name
    • c. Press (6) to change spelled name
    • d. Press (7) directory listing on / off

Exiting Your Mailbox

  • 1. Press ( * * *) to exit the system
  • 2. Press ( * ) to finish a recording
  • 3. Press (3) to hear menu options

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