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  • Accessing your voicemail

    You can access your Bell voicemail service in one of two ways: From your business phone, dial *98 and follow the prompts From any other phone, dial the toll-free number 310-9898 and follow the pr…

  • Zero-out number

    If it is included in your service, this feature allows you to specify a number that callers will be forwarded to if they press zero upon reaching your voicemail.…

  • Setting up your voicemail

    When you attempt to access your voicemail for the first time, enter your temporary password.…

  • Listening to messages

    You can tell that you have a new voicemail message if you: Hear a series of short dial tones when lifting your phone's handset See your phone's 'message waiting' light come on (if your phone suppor…

  • Universal key commands

    The following key commands can be used in any menu of your voicemail service: Press # to confirm an entry or skip to the next option Press * once to go back to the previous menu Press * twic…

  • Message playback controls

    The following controls are available during message playback:…

  • Message notifications

    You can have notifications sent to designated pagers, phone numbers and email addresses to let you know when you have a new voice message. You can even establish notification schedules where certain t…

  • Ring control

    This feature allows you to specify the number of rings a caller will hear before being forwarded to your voicemail.…

  • Legacy rebound

    From your voicemail's main menu, press 8 (alternatively, you can press * and then 3 ).…

  • About the greetings menu

    From your voicemail's main menu, press 3 to enter the Greetings menu. From this menu, you can use the following commands to set, record and manage the greetings others will hear when they call yo…