Record Call Answering Greeting
Procedure: To create, play back, modify, or delete a Call Answering Greeting through the administration terminal, follow these steps.
Starting Point: Meridian Mail - Main Menu
|1||Select Voice Administration.|
|2||Select Voice Messaging Options.|
Result: The system displays the Voice Messaging Options screen.
|3||Move the cursor to the first Call Answering Greeting (Voice) field.|
|4||Select the [Voice] softkey.|
Result: The current screen remains displayed; the softkey display changes to [Cancel]. The system prompts for an extension number.
|5||Type the extension number of the telephone set you will use to make the recording, and press <Return>.|
Result: The phone rings.
|6||Pick up the telephone handset.|
Result: The system displays the recording softkeys.
|7||Select the [Record] softkey.|
Result: The system displays the [Stop] softkey in place of the [Record] softkey. You hear a tone through the telephone receiver.
|8||At the tone, begin speaking into the receiver.|
Note: Recording stops automatically if the greeting exceeds the Maximum Prompt Size or the Record Timeout set in the Voice Services Profile.
|9||To stop recording, select the [Stop] softkey.|
Result: The recording stops automatically, and the system again displays the recording softkeys.
|10||Use the following table to determine the next step.|
|11||Select the [Play] softkey.|
Result: If a recording is available, it is played. The system displays the [Stop] softkey.
Note: If there is no current recording, the system displays a message on the console.
|12||To stop the playback at any time, select the [Stop] softkey.|
Result: The system again displays the recording softkeys.
|13||To delete the recording, select the [Delete] softkey.|
Result: The system displays the [OK to Delete] and [Cancel] softkeys. You are requested to confirm the deletion.
|14||Use the following table to determine the next step.|
|15||To cancel the deletion, select the [Cancel] softkey.|
Result: The recording is not deleted. The system again displays the recording softkeys.
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