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Campus Voicemail Offers Options for Staying in Touch

The NDSU campus phone system offers a couple of options, Reach Me and Notify Me, that might help you stay in touch when out of the office.

ReachMeReach Me allows you to forward calls to your office phone to another number. You can distinguish between internal (campus voicemail users) and external callers. For example, you could have internal calls forwarded to your mobile phone but have external calls go to voicemail. You can also control your Reach Me schedule, selecting the days and times you'd like to have your calls forwarded. Having Reach Me forward calls to my office to my cell phone helps me stay in touch when working from home.

With Notify Me, you can choose to receive a text message or phone call when you receive a voicemail through your office phone. You can also choose to receive an email notification which includes a recording of the voicemail message. Instead of calling in to check your voicemail, you can be notified any time you receive a message and even listen to a recording of the message. I choose to receive a text message and an email when I receive a voicemail.

You can control Reach Me, Notify Me and many other aspects of your campus phone and voicemail through the Avaya Aura website at www.ndsu.edu/voicemail. Just login with your phone extension, for example my extension is 17381, and the PIN/password you use to access your voicemail by phone.

Bob Bertsch, Web Technology Specialist, (701) 231-7381

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