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Q: Can you dial by name using a VOIP phone?

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Using Dial by Name

  1. Access your voice mail.
  2. At the main menu, press 5 to access dial by name.
  3. When prompted, enter the first several letters of the last name of the person you want to call. For example, for "Johnson," press 5-6-4-7 to spell J-O-H-N-S.
    Result: After a pause, the MITvoip system will play the recorded name announcements for all records that match what you dialed.
    While the options are listed, you can:
    • Press 1 to start the list over from the beginning.
    • Press 2 to replay the last entry.
    • Press 3 to skip to the next entry.
    • Press * to exit to the main menu.
    • Press # to select an entry. MITvoip will play the name announcement again. If it is wrong, press * to cancel. Otherwise, MITvoip will place the call.

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May 13, 2012

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