User Guide

Quick Reference Instructions
Verizon® Home Voice Mail
Your first step ... ALWAYS GET INTO YOUR MAILBOX FIRST
To do this from your home telephone, dial the Home Voice Mail system number,
then enter your passcode.
Once you’re in your mailbox ...
To listen to your messages
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While listening to your messages ...
To save a message
To erase a message
To find out the time and date of a message
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Anytime you’re in your mailbox ...
To send messages
To create group lists
To change your greeting, name or passcode
To hear the time and date before each message
To add or delete sub-mailboxes
To use reminder service
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(uses your telephone to deliver a recorded reminder)
If you need assistance, call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
www.verizon.com
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Special keys
that are always
available ...
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Cancel and Exit
Recorded Help
Skip and
Complete
User Guide
Verizon® Home
Voice Mail
To find out if
you have new
messages
Simply pick up your
home telephone. If you
hear the interrupted dial
tone, new messages
are waiting for you.
Easy steps to get
you started
Getting Started with Verizon ® Home Voice Mail
Table of Contents
Before using Home Voice Mail for the first time ...
Getting Started with Verizon® Home Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . .inside front cover
Take a few minutes to get set up. Follow the steps below and listen carefully to the
recorded instructions. If you need assistance, just call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986,
during normal business hours and someone will help you.
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Dial the Verizon® Home Voice
Mail access number. Wait for the
system to answer.
Depending on where you are ...
... at home
Enter your temporary passcode.
Press ≠. Now go to Step 3.
- or ... away from home
Press –.
Enter your mailbox number, which
is the same as your home
telephone number.
Enter your temporary passcode.
Press ≠. Now go to step 3.
Listen carefully to the recorded
instructions. They will guide you
through setting up your mailbox
— the place where your messages,
greetings and passcode are stored
and where all Home Voice Mail
activities take place.
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You will:
Create your own 4- to 10-digit
passcode.
Record the greeting your callers
will hear.
Record a busy greeting that your
callers will hear when your line is
busy (this is optional).
Record your name as a label for
your mailbox.
For Multiple Mailbox, there are a
few additional steps required to set
up this feature (see page 13). This
feature is not available in all areas.
Get into Your Mailbox
To access your messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Main Menu
To Listen, Send, Create Reminders, Use Mailbox Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Listen to Your Messages
To Repeat, Save, Erase, Reply, Copy, Options, Rewind, Pause,
Advance, Cancel, Help, Skip . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Mailbox to Mailbox Messaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
To Send a Message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
To Reply and Send a Copy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Personal Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
To Change Your Greetings, Name, or Passcode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
To Hear the Time and Date before each message . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
To Create a Group List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Reminder Service
To deliver a recorded reminder using your telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Wake Up Call
To send a recorded message to your telephone at a specific time . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Pager Notification
To send an alert to your pager on receipt of a new message in your mailbox . . .12
Multiple Mailbox Sub-mailbox Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
To Create or Delete a Sub-mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
To Set Up a Sub-mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
To Access another Sub-mailbox . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
To Find Out which Sub-mailboxes Have Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Sample Greetings for Multiple Mailboxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Questions and Answers about Home Voice Mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
Limitations of Liability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Terms and Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
How Home Voice Mail Interacts with Measured Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Overview Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Quick Reference Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .back cover
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
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Get into Your Mailbox and Access Your Messages
Main Menu — Your Starting Point
Your mailbox is your personal “place” within the Home Voice Mail system
where your messages, greetings, and passcode are stored and where all activities take place. No matter which feature you want to use, always start by
“getting into your mailbox.”
The Main Menu is the first set of options you hear when you get
into your Home Voice Mail mailbox.
For Multiple Mailbox Home Voice Mail customers only: The individual who
sets up Home Voice Mail has the “main mailbox” (box 9). Other household
members have “sub-mailboxes” (boxes 1-8).
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At home:
1. Dial your Home Voice Mail
Access Number.
2. After the system answers, enter
your passcode.
Either at home or away:
1. Dial your your home telephone
number.
2. When your greeting starts, press
–.
3. Enter your passcode.
Away from home:
*Refer to inside cover — Getting
1. Dial your Home Voice Mail
Started
with Verizon® Home Voice Mail
Access Number.
2. After the system answers, press
–.
3. Enter your mailbox number (your
home telephone number, beginning
with the area code).
4. Enter your 4- to 10-digit passcode.
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
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Main Menu
Access
Another
Mailbox
Send
Message
Inventory
Reminders
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Mailbox
Options
You don’t
need to listen
to all of the
recorded instructions. Once you
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Exit
Listen to your messages.
Send messages to other Verizon
voice mailboxes. For Multiple
Mailbox customers, also send
messages to sub-mailboxes.
Schedule a Reminder for yourself.
Explore Mailbox Options.
For Multiple Mailbox customers,
interact with other sub-mailboxes.
Help
become familiar
with the options,
you may make
your choice at any
time.
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Mailbox to Mailbox Messaging — Where Available
Listen to Your Messages
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Listen Menu
Get into your Home Voice Mail
Mailbox.
At the Main Menu, press ¡.
Listen to your message.
Press one of the highlighted keys.
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You may select one of the options
n Press §, then:
n Press ¢ to listen to the previous
message.
n Press ∞ to get time and date of
current message.
n Press § to find out sender of
Mailbox to Mailbox (MB to MB)
message.
Repeat
Save
Erase
Reply to
MB to MB
Message
Send
Copy to
MB
Options
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Rewind
5 sec
Cancel
Pause
20 sec
Recorded
Help
Advance
5 sec
Skip
Stop listening to
messages and return
If you make a
mistake or get
confused you don’t
have to hang up — just get
to the Main Menu
by pressing
The best way to exit
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back to the Main Menu by
pressing
and start
over. Or when you’re in
your
mailbox,
If you have a speed
press
dialing feature, you
for more
can program your
information
Home
and
Voice Mail
To find out if you
recorded
system
have new messages
help.
number
Simply pick up your
for quick
home telephone. If you
access to
hear the interrupted
your
dial tone,
messages.
new
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Home Voice Mail
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Press
again.
When you exit this way, you’ll
be told whether any new
messages have arrived while
you were in
Skipping a
your mailbox.
message by
pressing
will allow you to
retain the interrupted dial tone as
a reminder that
there are new
messages.
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messages
are
waiting.
Things to Know Before You Start
n At this time, you will not be
charged for MB to MB Messaging.
Billing will be turned on in the
future. Multiple Mailbox customers
will not be charged to send
messages to sub-mailboxes. There
are no charges to receive a
message.
n You’ll know if someone has a
Verizon voice mailbox and is in
your regional calling area. When
you enter the telephone number, if
there is a voice mailbox, you will
hear the customer’s recorded name
announcement or mailbox number
confirmation.
n When sending a message outside
your area code, but within your
regional calling area, dial the 10digit number only (area code + 7digit number). Do not dial “1”
before the area code.
n Information about your regional
calling area can be found in the
front of the white pages of your
Verizon telephone directory.
n MB to MB Messaging is not
available in all calling areas at this
time.
MB to MB Messaging lets you quickly
and easily exchange messages with
other Verizon voice mailbox customers
in your regional calling area without
calling them directly. The recipient’s
phone will not ring.
Verizon voice mailboxes include:
Home Voice Mail
and Basic Mailbox residence
services and Answer Call and
Voice Mail business services
You can:
n send a single message to one or
more Verizon voice mailbox
customers;
n reply to messages sent from other
Verizon voice mailbox customers;
and
n copy messages from your mailbox
to other Verizon voice mailbox
customers.
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If you erase a
message by mistake,
DON’T HANG UP!
1. Listen to your messages
again.
2. Find the message you
accidentally erased.
3. Press
to save it.
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Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
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Mailbox to Mailbox Messaging (continued)
To Send MB to MB Messages
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Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
At the Main Menu, press ™.
Listen for further instructions to:
enter a mailbox, or group number
destination (see page 9 for more
about group lists). Multiple
Mailbox customers may enter a
sub-mailbox.
record your message, and
send your message.
After recording your message, you
may select one or more Delivery
Options. Press ª, then:
n Press ¡ for Urgent – plays the
message before others.
n Press ™ for Private – prevents the
message from being copied to
another mailbox.
n Press £ for Return Receipt –
notifies you with a message in
your mailbox when the recipient
listens to your message.
n Press ¢ for Future Delivery –
delivers your message at a future
date and time that you specify, up
to one year in the future.
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
Send Menu
To Reply and Send a Copy
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Send
Change
Review
Send Copy
Delivery
Options
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Press
to reply
to a message that
was sent directly
from another voice mailbox.
If someone telephones you
and leaves a message, you
do not have the reply option.
Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
At the Main Menu, press ¡.
Listen to a message in your
mailbox.
Listen for further instructions to:
reply to the message or
send a copy of the message to
another voice mailbox.
You can send a copy
of a message in your
mailbox to another
voice mailbox.
∞
Press
and follow the
instructions to record an
introduction, and send both
the introduction and the
original message. However,
if a message is marked
“private” you cannot send a
copy.
Listen Menu with Reply/Copy
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Reply
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Copy
Multiple Mailbox customers can also
send and copy messages to other submailboxes.
This provides you a convenient internal voice
mail message system to keep your household members in touch with each other. To
do this, press
to copy or go to the Main
Menu and press
to send. Next, enter
YOUR mailbox number. The system will then
ask you to which sub-mailbox you want to
send the message.
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Personalize Your Mailbox — with Mailbox Options
You can personalize your mailbox to:
n change your greetings, name
announcement, or passcode;
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hear the time and date before each
message; or
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create a group list.
To Change Your Greetings,
Name Announcement, or
Passcode
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Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
ª for Mailbox Options
¡ to change greetings, name, or
passcode
Listen for further instructions.
Mailbox Options Menu
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Change
greetings,
name, or
passcode
Message
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Group
Lists
Exit
Help
To Hear the Time and Date
before each Message
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Listen for special
features available
from this menu:
n Automated (prerecorded) system
greetings.
n A special busy
greeting that
tells your
callers you are
currently on
the line.
Mailbox
Settings
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Personalize Your Mailbox — with Mailbox Options (continued)
To Create a Group List
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Group Lists allow you to quickly and
easily send messages to members of
groups that you are involved with,
such as civic organizations, religious
groups or sports teams. You enter the
group list number, which includes
mailbox numbers of the members,
when you want to send messages to
the members.
1. Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
2. Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
n ª for Mailbox Options
n ¢ for Group Lists
n ¢ to create the group list
You may have up to
three lists with as
many as 25 mailbox
destinations per list.
Home Voice Mail Plus,
where available, gives
you five lists with 25
destinations per
list.
As members of
your group
change, you
will need to change
your lists. You may
change your group
lists whenever you
need to.
Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
ª for Mailbox Options
™ for Mailbox Settings
¡ to turn the time/date on and off
Listen for further instructions.
For Multiple Mailbox
customers …
You have your own
greeting and passcode
whether you are the
main or a sub-mailbox
holder.
It’s your choice!
You may hear the
time and date of a
single message by pressing
during or after
message review. OR you
may select the automatic
time/date announcement.
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Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
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Listen for further instructions to:
assign a group list number;
name your group list; and
enter mailbox numbers you want
on this list.
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Optional Features for Additional Charge
Reminder Service — (additional charge)
Wake Up Call — (additional charge)
Reminder Service feature helps you remember to do the things you need to do
by calling you at your home telephone number at the time and date you specify.
When you answer, you hear a reminder message you’ve already recorded.
Wake Up Call sends your pre-recorded message to your home telephone
number. Your phone will ring at the time you select. If there is a busy signal or
no answer, Wake Up Call will re-try every five minutes for up to 30 minutes.
Reminders Menu
Wake Up Call Menu
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Create
Review
or cancel
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Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
£ for Reminders
¡ to create the reminder
Listen for further instructions to
schedule your reminder.
You can review or
cancel a reminder
call at any time. Just
get into your mailbox, press
and follow the
instructions.
1.
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Create
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Review
or cancel
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You can review or
cancel a Wake Up
Call at any time. Just
get into your mailbox, press
and follow the
instructions.
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There are two kinds
of reminders:
Wake Up Calls are
delivered at the
same time everyday
Monday through Friday
or seven days a week.
Daily reminders are
delivered at the same time
everyday Monday through
Friday or seven days a week.
One-time reminders are
delivered once on the day
and time you specify.
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
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Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
£ for Reminders
¡ to create the Wake Up Call
message.
Listen for further instructions to
schedule your daily call.
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Optional Features for Additional Charge (continued)
Multiple Mailbox Sub-mailbox Features
Pager Notification — (additional charge)
Multiple Mailbox Home Voice Mail allows you to have up to eight sub-mailboxes on one line — each with its own greeting and private passcode. Submailbox features help you keep up with the needs of a changing household.
If someone moves in or leaves, you can change your sub-mailboxes to fit the
new situation.
Pager Notification alerts you at your pager whenever a new message arrives in
you mailbox. If you use a digital display pager, the number that will appear on
your pager is your mailbox number.
How to Turn Pager Notification
On and Off
Note: If you use Multiple Mailbox
Home Voice Mail, this feature is
available only from the main mailbox
(box 9).
1. Get into your Home Voice Mail
main mailbox (box 9).
2. Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
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To Create or Delete a
Sub-mailbox
Main Menu
Mailbox
Options
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Listen for further instructions from
the voice prompts to:
n Turn Pager Notification on
(or off).
n Enter your pager number
n Enter a pager PIN (Personal
Identification Number) if your
pager requires one.
n If you want, specify that
you’re to be notified of
urgent messages only.
Message
Notification
Pager
Notification
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On/Off
Note:
If you select urgent
messages only, you
will need to tell your callers
how to leave an urgent
message. After recording the
message, they should press
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Note: This feature is available from the
main mailbox (box 9) only.
1. Get into your Home Voice Mail
main mailbox (box 9).
2. Follow the instructions or, for a
shortcut, press these keys:
n ª for Mailbox Options
n ™ for Mailbox Settings
n ¢ to create or delete submailboxes
3. Listen for further instructions.
4. After the sub-mailboxes are
created, the sub-mailbox user
needs to set up the new submailbox.
5. Follow the instructions on the
inside cover of this user guide.
Remember …
Any time you create
or delete submailboxes, you’ll need to
re-record your greeting for
the main mailbox
(box 9) to reflect those
changes for your callers.
To Set Up a Sub-mailbox
Note: Each new sub-mailbox user will
need to set up his/her own new submailbox.
1. Dial the Access Number.
2. Enter your temporary passcode, for
example “1111,” not the main
mailbox passcode.
3. Follow the promps to change the
passcode and record greetings.
Your temporary submailbox passcode is
your sub-mailbox
number repeated four times.
In other words, the temporary passcode for submailbox 2 would be 2222.
To Access another Sub-mailbox
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3.
This feature is useful
for accessing
another sub-mailbox
without having to hang
up and start over.
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during normal business hours
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Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
At the Main Menu, press ¶.
Enter the unique passcode of the
sub-mailbox you have access to.
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Multiple Mailbox Sub-mailbox Features (continued)
Questions and Answers about Verizon ® Home Voice Mail
To Find Out which
Sub-mailboxes Have Messages
What can I do if I erase one of my
messages by mistake?
Don’t panic — and don’t hang up.
Messages are not erased until you hang
up — but they are irretrievable after
you hang up. Listen to your messages
again, and when you get to the message
you accidentally erased, save it by
pressing ™.
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2.
This feature is useful
when you hear the
interrupted dial tone
and need to know which
sub-mailboxes have new
messages.
Get into your Home Voice Mail
mailbox.
At the Main Menu, press •.
Sample Greetings for Multiple
Mailboxes
Sample Personal Greeting for the
Main Mailbox (Box 9)
“Hello, you’ve reached the Justice
family. We can’t take your call right
now, but leave a message and we’ll call
you back. To leave a message for Betty
and Rich, press ¡. To leave a
message for Jeff, press ™; for Glenn,
press £; for Don, press ¢; and for
Ken, press ∞. To leave a message for
all of us, please press ª.”
Sample Personal Greeting for a SubMailbox
“Hi. This is Betty and Rich. Sorry we
missed your call. Please leave a
message and we’ll call you back.”
Sample Busy Greeting for a SubMailbox
“Hi. This is Jeff. Someone’s on the
phone right now, but please leave a
message and I’ll call you back.”
Sample Busy Greeting for the Main
Mailbox (Box 9)
“Hello, you’ve reached the Justice
family. One of us is on the phone
‘surfing the Internet,’but leave a
message and we’ll call you back. To
leave a message for Betty and Rich,
press ¡. To leave a message for Jeff,
press ™; for Glenn, press £; for
Don, press ¢; and for Ken, press ∞.
To leave a message for all of us, please
press ª.”
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
All greetings can
be up to 45
seconds long.
When my parents leave a message,
I would like to hear it before all the
other messages. Is there a way to
make this happen?
Yes. Tell your parents to press
≠ª¡¡ after they record their
message. This will mark the message
URGENT and put it before other
messages.
Sometimes my son gets home first,
checks for new messages and saves
them all. Later, when I come home,
there is no interrupted dial tone to tell
me that there are new messages. Any
solutions?
Tell your son to skip the new messages
by pressing ≠ after he hears each
message. The skipped messages will
retain their “new” status and you’ll
hear the interrupted dial tone that
signals new messages are in your
mailbox.
Is there a way of knowing if I have
new messages without having to pick
up the telephone?
Yes. Equipment with a message-waiting
light is available from Verizon
TeleProducts and other vendors.
Some of my friends know my recorded
greeting by heart. Can they skip it?
Yes. Tell them to press ≠ during your
greeting. This will let them skip over to
the point where they are to begin
recording. Remember, you can change
your greeting anytime.
Is there any way my callers can review
and change the messages they leave
for me?
Yes. If they press ≠ after they record
their message, your callers have a
chance to listen to what they’ve
recorded and change it if they want to.
Instructions will guide them.
When I call a friend with Home Voice
Mail, how can I prevent the message
from being forwarded to another
mailbox?
Mark your message to the friend as
“private.” After recording your
message, press ≠ª™¡ . This
prevents messages from being copied to
another mailbox.
Can Home Voice Mail forward calls to
my pager?
Yes, if your pager is compatible with
Home Voice Mail. Please contact your
Verizon business office for more
information.
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Questions and Answers
Home Voice Mail Terms
about Verizon® Home Voice and Conditions
Mail (continued)
If you have Message Rate or Measured
Service, you will be charged each time
you call to access your mailbox and for
all calls forwarded to your mailbox.
With Multiple Mailbox, when I hear
the interrupted dial tone, how do I
know who the messages are for?
First, check your own mailbox —
you’ll be advised if you have new
messages. Then, to find out which submailboxes have new messages, press
• at the main menu.
How Home Voice Mail
Interacts with Your Local
Measured Service
Limitations of Liability
Verizon will make every reasonable
attempt to maintain reliable and
continuous service, however, there may
be some system downtime, for example
for maintenance reasons. Verizon will
not be liable for any claimed damage
from such downtime. Verizon’s liability,
if any, for its gross negligence or
willful misconduct is not limited by
these limitations of liability. With
respect to any other claim or suit, by a
customer or by any others, for damages
associated with the installation,
provision, termination, maintenance,
repair or restoration of service,
Verizon’s liability, if any, shall not
exceed an amount equal to the
proportionate charge for the period
during which the service was affected.
Verizon is not responsible for any other
claimed damage, for example lost
messages or service interruptions, under
any theory of liability whatsoever.
Verizon extends no warranty, express or
implied, for the service pursuant to the
company’s tariff on the file with the
New York State Public Service
Commission.
Questions? Call 1-800-HELP(4357)-986
during normal business hours
Local Measured Service charging
applies to Home Voice Mail service.
This includes each time a call is
forwarded to your mailbox and each
time you access the Verizon Voice
Messaging System and perform any of
the available functions. Your total end
of month local usage charges depend on
the Measured Service option you have.
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Overview Map of Verizon® Home Voice Mail
Main Menu
Listen Menu
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Listen
Send
Repeat
Reminders
and Wake
Up Call
Message
Inventory+
Mailbox
Options
Reply
Copy
Options
Rewind
Pause
Forward
Cancel
—‚±
Exit
Delete
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—‚±
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Access
Another
Mailbox+
Save
Help
Skip
Mailbox Options
Help
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Greeting,
Name,
Passcode
Mailbox
Settings
Message
Notification*
›fi fl
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— ‚±
Group Lists
Exit
Change Recordings/Passcode
Greeting Name
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›fifl
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—‚±
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›fifl
Previous Time/ Sender
Message Date
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—‚±
+ These options are
available with
Multiple Mailbox
Home Voice Mail
ONLY.
* These options are
available to both the
Standard and
Multiple Mailboxes.
However, for the
Multiple Mailbox
Home Voice Mail,
these options are
available from the
main mailbox (box 9)
ONLY.
Help
Change Settings
Pass
Code
Listen Options
Change Notification
Pager
Notification
Time/
Date
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›fifl
‡°·
—‚±
Create/Delete
Sub-mailboxes*+
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—‚±
On/Off