Change Auto Attendant recording on Partner Mail VS

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For Partner mail VS (all releases except Rel 5):

  • Dial Intercom 777, or press the “get mail” button.
  • Dial 99#
  • Dial Password (1234 is the default).
  • Dial 9 (you will not be prompted for this).
  • Dial 3 for Auto attnedant programming.
  • Dial 1 for day menu,  or 2 for night menu.
  • Dial 6 to modify the menu
  • You will be prompted to enter a selector code, just press *(star),  #(pound)
  • Dial 1 to modify the menu prompt.
  • Lift handset and dial 1 to record.  Dial 1 when finished.
  • Dial 21 to re-record, 23 to listen, or *(star),  #(pound) to save menu.
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    Change Auto Attendant recording on Partner Voice Messaging PC Card.

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    From any phone:

    • Dial Intercom 777, or press the “voicemail” button.
    • When prompted for mailbox number, Press 0 followed by “#” key.
    • Press “3″ , “to record automated attendant menu prompt”
    • Press 1 to record a new prompt.  Press 1 when fiished.
    • 21 to re-record, 23 to listen and *(Star), #(Pound) to save recording
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    Change Auto Attendant Greeting on Standalone Partner Mail.

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    Partner Mail R1.5 – R1.9

    Auto Attendant Greetings

    These are the greetings first played when the Auto Attendant answers a call, depending on whether the Partner system is in day or night mode.  These greetings are in the format, “Thank you for calling XYZ company:,  immediately followed by the Auto Attendant Main Menu Script.  Also instruct the caller to dial 1 if the Touchtone Gate is turned on.  If the Touchtone Gate is turned on, calls will be sent to the General Mailbox unless the caller dials 1 instead of playing the Auto Attendant Main Menu Script.  Changes to the Auto Attendant Greetings are made as follows:

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