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1 Using Your Voic M6 Release 7.1Business Feature Set Default Menu Options Revised August 31, 2007 TR

2 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic Message Waiting Indication –A stutter dialtone and/or visual indicator (depending upon the capabilities of your phone) indicates that there are unread messages in your voice mailbox. This indicator will remain lit as long as you have unread messages in your mailbox. To Access Your Voic –From Your Own Phone Lift the handset and either dial *09 or press the Messages button (if available) Enter your voic password If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. After hearing any new messages, you will be presented with the Voic Main Menu. –From Another Phone From an internal phone, dial 555 (or the code provided by your Service Provider) From an external phone, dial the main telephone number for your Automated Attendant and enter 555. Alternately, your Service Provider may have provided a direct voic access number. When prompted, enter your extension number When prompted, enter your voic password followed by the # key If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. After hearing any new messages, you will be presented with the Voic Main Menu.

3 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) To Access Your Voic (cont’d) –Using the Web Portal Log into your web portal account Click the Voic tab Click the Inbox subtab To hear the message through the speaker on your PC, click the icon next to the message you wish to hear. To have the system call your phone and play the message through your phone, click the icon next to the message you wish to hear. –Using Your Client Open your client »In order to retrieve voic messages using your client, your service provider must provide POP/IMAP access to your voic account and your client must be configured to retrieve voic messages from the voic server. Contact your service provider for further information. Open the message containing the voic you wish to hear Open the voic attachment The Player application will launch automatically Press to hear the voic message.

4 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Voic Main Menu KeyFeature 1Play Inbox Messages 2Play Saved Messages 3Change Password 4Play Greetings 5Record Greetings 6Access Personal Distribution Groups 7Compose a New Message 8Manage Custom Operator Number *Exit the Voic System

5 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Message Playback Options Action Before Message During Message After Message Skip EnvelopeNA# Skip Message8NA8 Reply to Message222 Dial Originator333 Delete444 Save555 Forward Message666 Replay MessageNA777 Rewind 5 SecondsNA7 Pause/Resume PlaybackNA8 Skip Ahead 5 SecondsNA9 Skip to the EndNA99NA Skip to Previous Menu***

6 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Replying to a Message –While listening to messages, you have the option to reply to the sender. To reply to the current message, press 2. –You will be prompted to record a message. –After the tone, record your message. Press the # key when finished. –Select an action Press 1 to Send the message. The message will be sent and you will be disconnected from the voic system. Press 2 to Change the message. The message will be deleted and you will be prompted to record the message again. Press 3 to Review the message. The message will be played back and you will be prompted to select another action. Press 4 to Set Message Options. Mark the message Urgent press 1, Private press 2, Return Receipt press 3, to Clear the Options press 4, or * to return to the previous menu and select send. When retrieving messages, urgent messages will be played before any normal messages. The recipient may also choose to be paged whenever they receive an urgent message. Private messages cannot be forwarded. Press * to Cancel.

7 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Dialing the Originator –While listening to messages, you have the option to call back someone who left you a voic message. To dial the message originator, press 3. –This capability will not work if the voic system was not able to record the Caller ID information when the original voic was received or if your phone is configured with call restrictions which prevent you from calling the originator’s number.

8 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Forwarding a Message –While listening to messages, you have the option to forward a message to another recipient. To forward the current message, press 6. –Enter an extension number or Distribution Group Number followed by the # key. Repeat this step until you’ve entered all the desired destinations. –Press the # key when finished entering destinations –You will be prompted to record an introduction. –After the tone, record your introductory message. Press the # key when finished. –Select an action Press 1 to Forward the message. The message will be sent and you will be disconnected from the voic system. Press 2 to Change the message. The message will be deleted and you will be prompted to record the message again. Press 3 to Review the message. The message will be played back and you will be prompted to select another action. Press 4 to Set Message Options. Mark the message Urgent press 1, Private press 2, Return Receipt press 3, to Clear the Options press 4, or * to return to the previous menu and select send. When retrieving messages, urgent messages will be played before any normal messages. The recipient may also choose to be paged whenever they receive an urgent message. Private messages cannot be forwarded. Press * to Cancel.

9 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Composing a New Message –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 7 to compose a new message –Enter an extension number or Distribution Group Number followed by the # key. Repeat this step until you’ve entered all the desired destinations. –Press the # key when finished entering destinations –Wait for the tone, record your message. Press the # key when finished. –Select an action Press 1 to Send the message. The message will be sent and you will be disconnected from the voic system. Press 2 to Change the message. The message will be deleted and you will be prompted to record the message again. Press 3 to Review the message. The message will be played back and you will be prompted to select another action. Press 4 to Set Message Options. Mark the message Urgent press 1, Private press 2, Return Receipt press 3, to Clear the Options press 4, or * to return to the previous menu and select send. When retrieving messages, urgent messages will be played before any normal messages. The recipient may also choose to be paged whenever they receive an urgent message. Private messages cannot be forwarded.

10 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Changing Your Voic Password –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 3 to change your voic password –Enter your new voic password followed by the # key –Enter your new voic password again followed by the # key to confirm Password Restrictions: –Passwords cannot match your telephone number (extension or full telephone number) (example my telephone number is and cannot be 1212 or the full digit string of ) –Passwords cannot contain a string of your telephone number (extension or full telephone number) (example my telephone number is my password cannot be or because it includes my extension or telephone as a portion of the password) –Passwords cannot match your last 3 passwords –Passwords must be a minimum length defined by the administrator (example 4 digits minimum) –Passwords do expire at a value defined by the administrator (example every 60 days, etc)

11 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Recording Your Personal Greetings –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 5 to record your greetings –Select which greeting you’d like to record: Press 1 to record your No Answer greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you don’t answer your phone. Press 2 to record your Do Not Disturb greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you have the Do Not Disturb feature active. Press 3 to record your Busy greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you’re talking on the phone. Press 4 to record your Name. Press * to return to the main menu. –After the tone, record your greeting. Press the # key when finished. –Listen to the prompts to review or save and use this greeting. –If you don’t record a personal greeting, a generic greeting will be played for your callers.

12 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Hearing Your Personal Greetings –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 4 to hear your recorded greetings –Select which greeting you’d like to hear: Press 1 to hear your No Answer greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you don’t answer your phone. Press 2 to hear your Do Not Disturb greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you have the Do Not Disturb feature active. Press 3 to hear your Busy greeting. This greeting is played for your callers when you’re talking on the phone. Press 4 to hear your recorded Name. Press * to return to the main menu.

13 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Distribution Groups –Distribution Groups are used when you want to send messages to a group of users. –There are two types of Distribution Groups: Personal Distribution Groups are managed by the end user and are available only to that user. A user may have a maximum of 20 Personal Distribution Groups (i.e., Groups 80-99). Administrators control the number of personal distribution groups per user. Corporate Distribution Groups are managed by the Service Provider and can be used by anyone within the company. A company may have a maximum of 70 Corporate Distribution Groups.

14 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Creating a Personal Distribution Group –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 6 to manage Personal Distribution Groups –Press 3 to Create a new Personal Distribution Group –Enter the 2-digit Distribution Group number you’d like to create followed by the # key. Personal Distribution Groups must be in the range –After the tone, record the group name followed by the # key. Press # again to confirm or * to re-record. –Enter each of the destination extensions followed by the # key. After entering all the destinations, press # again.

15 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Editing a Personal Distribution List –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 6 to manage Personal Distribution Groups –Press 2 to Edit an existing Personal Distribution Group –Enter the 2-digit Distribution Group number you’d like to edit followed by the # key. –Select the type of modification you’d like to make: To list all members, press 1. To add a member to the group, press 2. Enter the extension number followed by the # key. Press # to confirm or * to cancel. To delete a member from the group, press 3. Enter the extension number followed by the # key. Press # to confirm or * to cancel. To hear the group name, press 4. To change or re-record the group name, press 5. After the tone, record the group name followed by the # key. To return to the Distribution Group Menu, press *

16 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Deleting a Personal Distribution Group –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 6 to manage Personal Distribution Groups –Press 4 to Delete a Personal Distribution Group –Enter the 2-digit Distribution Group number you’d like to delete followed by the # key. –Press # to delete the group or * to cancel Hearing the List of Personal Distribution Groups –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 6 to manage Personal Distribution Groups –Press 1 to Hear the listing of Personal Distribution Groups –To skip ahead to the next entry, press #.

17 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Custom Operator Assistance Number –Your Operator Assistance Number is the number or extension where callers are transferred if they press 0 during your outgoing greeting. To Hear or Change Your Operator Assistance Number –Access your voice mailbox –If you have new messages, the messages will be identified and played. To skip to the Main Menu, press * –From the Main Menu, press 8 to hear or change your Custom Operator Assistance Number You will hear that you have the default operator assistance number or your custom operator assistance number Press 1 to Change Your Custom Operator Assistance Number »Enter the new operator assistance number followed by the # key. Press * to cancel. When entering an internal extension, simply enter the extension number. When entering an external number, do not use an Outside Access Digit (e.g., 9) or a leading 1 for long distance calls. »You will hear your new operator assistance number and be returned to the main menu Press 2 to restore your default Operator Assistance Number. Your default Operator Assistance Number is usually your company’s main telephone number.

18 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Voic (cont’d) Voice Mail Notifications –Voice Mail Notifications are used to notify you when you receive voic messages. You select when to be notified: Never, For Urgent Messages Only or for All New Messages. –You can be notified three different ways: Numeric Pager – A numeric code will be sent to your pager. Voice – The system will call you at a specified number and ask for your voic password. After entering your voic password, you’ll be able to listen to your messages. If the system doesn’t reach you, it will try to reach you three times at five minute intervals. – You’ll receive an that identifies the Date, Time, and identification (Name and Number, if available) of the caller. –Voice Mail Notifications are configured using the Web Portal. For more information about configuring Notifications, refer to the Web Portal User Guide.

19 BroadSoft ®, Inc. Proprietary and confidential; do not copy, duplicate, or distribute Playing Inbox Messages 2 – Reply 3 - Call Originator 4 – Delete 5 – Save 6 – Forward 7 – Replay 77 - Beg of Msg 8 - Pause/Cont. 9 - Fast Forward 99 - End of Msg # - Skip Envelope After Playing Inbox Msgs 2 - Reply 3 - Call Originator 4 - Delete 5 - Save 6 - Forward 7 - Replay 8 - Continue * - Main Menu Playing Saved Messages 2 – Reply 3 - Call Originator 4 - Delete 6 – Forward 7 – Replay 77- Beg of Msg 8 - Pause/Cont. 9 - Fast Fwd 99 - End of Msg # - Skip Envelope Play Greetings 1 - Play No Answer 2 - Play DND 3 - Play Busy 4 – Play Name * - Exit Record Greetings 1 - Record No Answer 2 - Record DND 3 - Record Busy 4 – Record Name 5 - Replace w/Default * - Exit Access Personal Distribution Grps 1 - List Groups 2 - Edit Groups 3 - Create Groups 4 - Delete Groups * - Exit M6 Voice Mail Flow Chart – Default Menu After Playing Saved Msgs 2 – Reply 3 - Call Originator 4 – Delete 6 – Forward 7 – Replay 8 - Continue * - Main Menu Custom Operator 1 - Change Operator 2 - Restore Default * - Exit Compose Msg. 1 - Send 2 – Change 3 – Review 4 - Set Msg Opts 3 - Change Password Main Voice Mail Menu 2 - Play Saved Msgs 1 - Play Inbox Msgs 7 - Compose Msg 6 - Access Dist Grps 5 - Record Greetings 4 - Play Greetings 8 - Custom Operator Set Msg. Option 1 - Urgent 2 – Private 3 – Return Receipt 9 – Clear All * - Main Menu Post Greetg Recording 1 – Review 2 – Delete & Rerecord 3 – Save & Use * - Cancel


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