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Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging is a system that allows you to easily manage your voicemail using outlook or the voice access system.
Why use Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging?
Click on each link to learn more about a specific feature:
Voicemail in Outlook - Easily view and listen to voicemails directly from your inbox
Call Answering -Set away from desk, long term absence, and automatic rules for number
Voicemail Preview - Automatically have your voicemails transcribed.
Missed Call and Text Message Notification - Text your mobile phone whenever you have new voicemail.
Play on Phone - Easily forward a voicemail to a phone to listen to.
Outlook Voice Access - Listen to your voice messages, hear and respond to calendar invites, and access the directory all over your phone.
Reset Voicemail PIN - Follow these steps to reset your PIN (voicemail password) if needed.
NOTE: The email features of Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging work best in Outlook 2007 or higher and the Outlook Web App (https://exmail.oregonstate.edu/owa). If you are using an older version or another client you will receive your voice messages as an email with an MP3 file attached.