Configuring your voicemail greeting

Question

How do I configure my voicemail greeting in Teams calling?

Quick reference guide

Please consult this quick reference guide below.

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Configure Voicemail Greeting quick reference guide

Information

Click the three-dot more options menu, located to the left of the profile icon in the upper-right corner of the Teams application, select Settings.

Settings icon

Navigate to Calls settings and click Configure Voicemail.

Settings window, Calls section, Configure Voicemail button highlighted.

Select a greeting preference:

  • Use the system greeting only, (Greeting language can be adjusted, if applicable).
  • Record a custom greeting.
  • Use text-to-speech to compose a customized greeting option that is read by the system

Voicemail Settings screen with Record a greeting button and Text-to-speech option highlighted.

Call answer rules establish how a call is handled once it has been directed to voicemail.

  • Record a greeting - A separate window will launch. Follow the prompts to record a custom greeting. An option will also be available to record a custom out of office greeting.
  • Text-to-speech customized greeting - Type the desired message for both the custom greeting and the custom out of office greeting.

Select the appropriate checkboxes to determine when the out-of-office greeting should be played.

Out of office greeting options with Auto Reply and Calendar Event options checked.

Links to Additional Content

For additional guides, please consult the Quick Reference Guides category for Teams calling.

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Article ID: 140427
Created
Tue 4/19/22 2:31 PM
Modified
Tue 8/30/22 9:03 AM

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