GPC VOICEMAIL. MODULAR MESSAGING 3.0. Welcome to the GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging 3.0 training presentation. This course provides an overview of the tools that are offered to the end users. GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging Aria telephone user interfaces
MODULAR MESSAGING 3.0
Welcome to the GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging 3.0 training presentation. This course provides an overview of the tools that are offered to the end users.
GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging Aria telephone
GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging Web
No matter what telephone interface you use, the system access number is your
key. This is the telephone number you use to dial in to your mailbox. There are a series
of numbers that are used for Pre-Conversion and for Post conversion listed below.
Information you must have before you can dial in to your mailbox includes:
The steps to access your voice message system are the same
for all three telephone interfaces. There are three
environments from which the voice message system is
Your “Message” button on your phone
From a phone outside the system
Ext 2627 internally
Local Subscribers 770-956-2798
Local Non-Subscribers 770-956-2799
* * Note 877-877-8761 Will access the OLD Call pilot system POST conversion
Your password is the key to the door between your voice mailbox
and the world.
There are five types of greetings and prompts available.
GPC Voicemail Modular Messaging enables you to receive both voice and fax messages in your voice mailbox.
You can compose and send messages by dialing into your mailbox using a
telephone. You can send voice-only messages, voice and fax messages, and
Modular Messaging enables you to print email and fax messages that are
stored in your voice mailbox to a fax device. Once you have reviewed a
message you have a number of printing options available to you:
Print a fax or email message to
For the procedures to print email and fax messages, please see the
Quick Reference Guide.
Using Modular Messaging, you can create & send a fax to another
recipient’s voice mailbox.
You can also forward a fax that was sent your mailbox
This information can be easily accessed in your Quick Reference Guide.
GPC Modular Messaging offers a number of special features that make the
system even more powerful. Each of these features is governed by rules that
you set up. The rules must be set up in one of the Subscriber Options
applications on your PC. Once that is done, you can toggle the features on and
off in your telephone user interface.
A Personal Distribution List is a collection of 'addresses' that you create
and save for yourself. Any message sent to a personal distribution list
goes to all the addresses on that list.
You can add local or remote subscribers, fax machine phone numbers,
other private lists that you have created, system lists, and email addresses
to a personal distribution list.
Using a personal distribution list, you can easily send messages to a group
of people rather than to each person individually.
For procedures, see the Quick Reference Guide for your telephone
interface. However, if you have access to a web browser you can access the system using a web browser. Using the web interface makes managing Personal distribution lists much easier.
When a large messaging system is set up across different locations, subscribers might be located in different time zones. Your system administrator assigns a default time zone. You can change these settings through Modular Messaging Subscriber Options. (Note: This is helpful if you are using the Notify Me feature to ensure the system is notifying you based on your time zone)
Modular Messaging has a feature called Multilingual Call Answer. With Modular Messaging Subscriber Options, you can set up to three different language options for callers to your extension.
You can record and play back greetings that callers hear when dialing your mailbox. You can use the telephone, depending on your settings in Application Preference.
You can change your call handling options, depending on how your administrator has set up your system.
You have successfully completed User Interfaces! Please keep the following points