Specify the sequence of characters you use to access the company's voice mail system.
Vocera passes this sequence of characters to the PBX when users forward Vocera device calls to their voice mailboxes. You can specify a value in the Company Voicemail Access Code field in the Telephony-Basic Information section. For more information on this field, see the Configuring Basic Telephony Information .
The specific values you need to enter in the Company Voicemail Access Code field depend upon both your PBX and the way in which it is set up. You always need to enter the actual access code required by your PBX; however, you may also need to enter the %D macro to pass a user’s desk extension to the PBX, and possibly special dialing characters such as the * or # to indicate the end of the sequence.
Vocera interprets the data you enter in the Company Voicemail Access Code field in either of the following ways:
If you do not explicitly enter the %D macro, Vocera automatically appends the user’s desk extension to the end of the sequence you specify before passing it to the PBX.
If you explicitly enter the %D macro, Vocera does not append anything to the sequence before passing it to the PBX.