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Voicemail messages can be listened to via the web by accessing http://www.wpunj.edu/voicemail. It is recommended to use Google Chrome if accessing using a computer.
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The Department of Technology Services is responsible for the design implementation and management of the University’s voice systems consisting of the Avaya PBX, end user instruments and supporting peripherals, inclusive of messaging, call and invoice management systems, automated operator and directory services.<br>
  
==Listening to Messages==
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Voicemail messages can be listened to via the messages button on your Avaya telephone or by calling the voicemail directory. 
* Visit http://www.wpunj.edu/voicemail and login with your mailbox number (extension) and your password (PIN).
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<br clear=all>[[File:Vm-login-screen.JPG]]
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'''(If you wish to check voicemail from off campus from a phone, please call the voicemail directory at 973-720-6245 and use your mailbox number and pin code.  Additional information can be found on our [[Phone and Voicemail System]] article.)'''
* Once logged in, you will see your messages.  From this screen you can play, forward and delete messages as needed.
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*Double click the message to open, select play button to play message
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== Voicemail Instructions==
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[[File:Avaya Messaging PNG.png]]
<!-- *Click "Play through soundcard" to download the audio file to your computer
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==Additional Voicemail Settings==
*Double click on the downloaded file to play. You can also attach the downloaded sound file to an email message and forward it.
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These settings need to be set up by an administrator and require a Help Desk Ticket
<br clear=all>[[File:Vm-play.JPG]] -->
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* Voicemail to Email Forwarding
==Deleting Messages==
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* Resetting your voicemail pin
*Select the Delete button when the message is open or when the message is selected on the main page
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* Adding your voicemailbox directly to Outlook
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== Additional Avaya Telephone Guides==
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[[media:1608_Instructions_rev.pdf|Telephone Quick Reference Guide - PDF format]]
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[[media:Phone.jpg|Phone Set Reference Page]]
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[[media:Pages from 1608 1616 User Guide-2.jpg|Phone Button Reference Guide]]
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[[media:Avaya_Messaging_Setup_Instructions_for_wiki.pdf|Voice Mail Instructions- PDF format]] <br>
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'''For additional assistance with setup, please create a Help Desk ticket so that we can assist you.
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A ticket can be created at http://help.wpunj.edu/'''
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[[Category:Software Guides]]
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[[Category:Help Desk]]

Latest revision as of 10:46, 5 May 2021

The Department of Technology Services is responsible for the design implementation and management of the University’s voice systems consisting of the Avaya PBX, end user instruments and supporting peripherals, inclusive of messaging, call and invoice management systems, automated operator and directory services.

Voicemail messages can be listened to via the messages button on your Avaya telephone or by calling the voicemail directory.

(If you wish to check voicemail from off campus from a phone, please call the voicemail directory at 973-720-6245 and use your mailbox number and pin code. Additional information can be found on our Phone and Voicemail System article.)


Voicemail Instructions

Avaya Messaging PNG.png

Additional Voicemail Settings

These settings need to be set up by an administrator and require a Help Desk Ticket

  • Voicemail to Email Forwarding
  • Resetting your voicemail pin
  • Adding your voicemailbox directly to Outlook

Additional Avaya Telephone Guides

Telephone Quick Reference Guide - PDF format

Phone Set Reference Page

Phone Button Reference Guide

Voice Mail Instructions- PDF format

For additional assistance with setup, please create a Help Desk ticket so that we can assist you. A ticket can be created at http://help.wpunj.edu/