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When you are on the phone or offsite, Comcast Business voicemail helps you to stay on top of your voicemail so you don't miss an important message.
You can access your voicemail by phone or online anywhere in the world. For security purposes, you must use your office phone to set up and activate your voicemail. We recommend that you change the default password and create a personalized greeting that your callers will hear when they reach your voicemail.
Please note that each line has its own voicemail, and will need to be set up individually.
First time activation of your voicemail must be completed from your office location. After activation, you will be able to access your voicemail by phone or online, from anywhere.
Dial *99 from your office telephone.
You will be prompted to enter the default password, which is the last four digits of your telephone number.
Once you are in the system, listen carefully to the recorded instructions. An audio tutorial will guide you through the setup of your new voicemail service. You will be prompted to create a password, record your name and record a customized business greeting.
Note: If dialing *99 does not work from your office phone, plug the office phone directly into the Comcast Business Voice modem and try the activation instructions again. If the issue persists, please contact Comcast Business Support at 1-800-391-3000.
There are four ways to access your voicemail:
Dial your office telephone number or press *99 from your extension.
When your personal greeting starts, press #.
Enter your password when prompted.
Press 1 to review your new messages. As you listen to your new messages, you have the following options:
Press 4 to replay the message.
Press 5 to listen to the message envelope.
Press 6 to forward the message to another Comcast phone subscriber (a time saver if you are the administrator of a group mailbox).
Press 7 to delete the message.
Press 8 to reply to a message from another Comcast phone subscriber (this is especially handy for replying to messages during off hours).
Press 9 to save the message.
Press 0 to hear more options.
Press 33 to fast forward to the end of the message.
Press 77 to delete the message while it is playing.
Press 91 to mark the message unheard.
Press # to skip the message.
Press * to cancel the message playback and return to the previous menu.
Dial your office telephone number.
Make a selection from the Main Menu.
Note: If you are away from the office and your office phone is forwarded, you can use the voicemail access number to go directly to your voice mailbox.
At or away from your office:
Dial the voicemail access number.
Enter your mailbox number, which is your 10-digit office telephone number, when prompted.
Note: If you don't have your voicemail access number, please contact Comcast Business Support at 1-800-391-3000.
You can schedule an alternate greeting up to 90 seconds long that will play when your personal greeting isn't scheduled, after hours and on weekends.
My Account provides a convenient option to access your voicemail. You can listen to voicemail messages, receive email notifications when you have a new message, set the number of rings until voicemail answers, and more.
Sign in to My Account and select Phone from the Manage Services menu to access all of your available online voice features.
Click here to learn more about how to manage your voice features online.
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