Voice Services Support

This service provides support for Microsoft Teams calling, telephones, voicemail, and local and long distance calling for employees and, upon request, for UO students living in university residence halls. You can request access or assistance for the following (plus others):
Device/Application

NOTE: Due to the Telecom downgrade moratorium, we're currently unable to cancel or downgrade phone service, except in special circumstances such as grants expiring or employees departing the university.

  • Add, move or reassign voice service
  • Voicemail services including email and phone notifications and web access to voicemail
  • Conference phone loaners
  • Auto attendant menus (for directing incoming calls)
  • Call center functionality (e.g. hours of operation and queue changes)
  • Custom call coverage (upon request)
  • Bridge-to-cellular functions
  • Call pickup groups (for intra-office coverage)

Additional Support

  • If you need to request wiring for a new phone service to be installed and provisioned where there is none available or if you need data jacks activated see the Wired Networking service.

How to Create a Ticket

Click on Create a Ticket (top right of the page) and provide the following required information.

If you are a Department Phone Coordinator
  • For larger requests, involving more than 8 phones, a Telecom representative will send you a spreadsheet to complete
  • Select what you need help with
  • Index (when applicable)
  • Contact phone number

NOTE:  When requesting a new Teams calling phone number please ensure that the user has claimed their account (duck id).  Phone number assigment cannot be completed until the account is claimed and active.

If you are faculty, staff, or a student
  • Contact phone number
  • If you are requesting voicemail Exchange/UOmail integration (see All About UO Mail)
    • Provide mailbox number
    • Ensure you have listened to any existing voicemail messages

Availability and Access

Available to all faculty, staff, and students

If you are faculty or staff member NOT using Exchange/UOmail but would like to visit the Email and Calendar Help service.

Maintenance for voicemail services typically occurs Mondays at 3:30-7am and Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 5am-7am. See Network maintenance windows at https://status.uoregon.edu/maintenance.

If you have any additional questions view the Contact Technology Help page.

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Details

Service ID: 19857
Created
Wed 5/17/17 4:14 PM
Modified
Thu 10/27/22 1:05 PM