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Voice Mail

WHAT IS THIS?

Voice Mail (voicemail) is a service that allows callers to leave a message in your phone’s mailbox when you are not available to answer the call. Messages can then be accessed by dialing into your mailbox and using your passcode. You can use the voice mail settings to record a new greeting, listen to and forward voice messages, and change your voice mail password.

WHO IS IT FOR?

Any employee who has a Roosevelt-issued phone number has Voice Mail.

HOW DO I GET IT?

The department makes a request on behalf of the employee via the New Employee form.

SUPPORT

View the Voice Mail User’s Guide  If you experience problems accessing your voice mailbox and the Voice Mail User’s Guide is not helpful, please contact the Help Desk at 312-341-4357.

POINTS OF CONTACT

Dwight Hancock
dhancock@roosevelt.edu
312-341-3855