How to call forward your phone to voicemail
Press CFwdALL and enter the extension you want your phone call forward to or 4888 (VM) press again to release
How to call forward your office phone from home as well as manage your speed dials
By using the link: http://voice/ccmuser you may call forward office phone from home and manage speed dials
How to use the Directory on your phone
Press directories button #4 SCCC "Phone Directories", you may search by first, last name and by extension.
How to use the "Call Park" feature on your phone
A call comes in for someone that is not by the phone, press park, (ext. will appear on your screen) locate the
person and give them the extension (ex: 8050) to dial for retrieval of the call.
How to transfer a call to someone else's voicemail
Press "#" + "1" followed by four digit extension - i.e press #19999 on dial pad of phone.
How to have phone moved
All phone relocations require a relocation request , see link below:
How to change greeting or recorded name
Access Voice Mail by pressing Message Key, then enter password and follow shortcuts
below, then follow prompts. While listening to the Main Menu
Turn on/off alternate greeting
Change recorded name
How to report a lost, stolen, damaged or request a replacement cell phone
Notify your supervisor immediately, a service request is required:
How to request new cell phone
Supervisor approval is required and the College Cellular Telephone policy must be reviewed and signed by
the individual requesting the cell phone. In addition Authorization of College Cell Phone Business Use form must be completed.
How to surrender cell phone
The surrender of all cell phones must be done personally, with the approval of the supervisor.
All surrendered cell phones are required to be personally delivered to the Riverhead building at the
Ammerman Campus Room 103.
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