Presentation on theme: "Instructions on how to access your voice mail messages with Microsoft Outlook Express 6 Primary advantage: You will have a permanent.wav file on your PC."— Presentation transcript:
Instructions on how to access your voice mail messages with Microsoft Outlook Express 6 Primary advantage: You will have a permanent.wav file on your PC and you choose when to delete it. If you require setup assistance please contact the Telecommunications Center x5922
Step 1: Send a request through SAP to activate your POP Voicemail box. The cost is $60 annually Step 2: Left Click on the TOOLS button. Step 3: Left Click on Accounts….
Step 4: Left click on the Mail tab. Step 5: Left click on Add and then left click on Mail…
Step 7: Enter your UM E-mail address and click on next.
Step 8: Left click on the drop down menu and select ‘POP3.’ Step 9: For the Incoming mail server please enter the information provided. Step 10: For the Outgoing server, please enter the information provided and click next.
Step 11: For the Account name please enter the last four digits of your UM phone number. Step 12: For the Password enter your current voice mail password and click on next.
Step 13: Please click on ‘Finished’ and continue with the additional instructions.
Step 14: Select voicemail.olemiss.edu by clicking it one time. Then click on ‘Properties.’
Step 15: Click on the ‘Advanced’ tab. Enter the port number provided for the Outgoing and Incoming server. Finally, click on ‘OK.’
Please click ‘Close.’ You may now test you new account by leaving yourself a new voice mail message, then click on your send/receive button.
THINGS TO REMEMBER Once your voice mail is downloaded by e- mail, the “Message Waiting Indicator” on your phone will turn off. Once your e-mail has downloaded your voice messages to your PC, you will receive a message that you do not have any new voice mails on the system if you login to your voice mail via phone.