When you have received a voice mail message, a display that says, "You have xx mes-
sage(s)." (where the xx indicates the number of the message) appears.
To receive a message, your Model 8601 must have a mailbox programmed in the
Inter-Tel telephone system. Or, the call must be programmed to be sent to an atten-
dant or other endpoint. If the Model 8601 does not have a voice mailbox or an
alternate destination, when the message is sent, the call is lost in the network.
To listen to the message:
sage center that left the message.
To listen to the message from a remote site:
You must first access your mailbox (see
The Option menu allows you to program the connection, media, and preferences set-
This section describes only the options that affect basic endpoint operation and
functionality. The options that are not listed in this section are for configuring the end-
point settings. Only your system administrator can change these settings. It is strongly
recommended that you do not change any settings that are not described in this guide.
If you do, you may lose a network connection.
The Media option allows you to program audio and tone settings:
Audio: The only option that is available is Sys Volume. This option controls the
volume that you hear from the speaker.
in the Sys Volume field.
. A call is automatically placed to the endpoint or mes-
The Volume setting on the PDA overrides the setting that is programmed
for details about accessing your
Model 8601 SoftPhone for Pocket PC User Guide