You can access your voice messages directly from your phone. But your administrator must set up your voicemail account and set up your phone to access the voicemail system.
The Messages softkey on your phone acts as a speed dial into the voicemail system.
If the conference phone is a shared phone used in a conference room, the Messages softkey may not display.
When you aren’t at your desk, you can call your voicemail system to access your voicemail. Typically, your voicemail system has a phone number that you can dial directly and then follow the prompts to log into your voice mailbox. Your administrator can give you the voicemail system phone number.
Because each voicemail system is different, we can't tell you how to use your voicemail system. For information about your voicemail commands, see the voicemail system user documentation or contact your administrator.
Check for New Voice Messages
To find out whether you have new voicemail messages, the number of missed calls and voicemail messages is displayed on your screen. If you have more than 99 new messages, a plus (+) sign is displayed.
You will also hear a stutter tone played on the speaker when you use off-hook dialing. This stutter tone is line-specific. You only hear it when you use a line that has voice messages.