A basic Voicemail account allows you to dial in to your voice mailbox and then respond to audio prompts.
Your system administrator can also enable the Visual Voicemail feature for your account. With Visual Voicemail, you use the screen on your device to work with your messages, rather than respond to audio prompts. You can see a list of your messages without having to dial in to your voice mailbox.
Voice Messages screen
Cisco Jabber displays different options on the Voice Messages screen, depending on how your system administrator sets up your Voicemail account.
For dial-in voicemail, Cisco Jabber displays the Call Voicemail button, which allows you to call the voicemail system directly.
For visual voicemail, Cisco Jabber displays a list of your voice messages.
With visual voicemail, you can:
Play or pause a message.
Move a message to the Trash.
Display the Play, Delete, and Call Back buttons by tapping anywhere except the arrow.
Call the voicemail system directly.
Open the Trash folder.
Change audio device.
Open details about the voice message and the person who sent it.