You can manage all your voice messages in one graphical interface. You can still access your mailbox from your telephone at any time. Type your CallPilot password in the Password box. Click the OK button. To log on from an Internet mail application Open your Internet mail application. Page 7 CallPilot supports two types of voice files: wav and vbk.
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Part No. You can manage all your voice messages in one graphical interface. You can still access your mailbox from your telephone at any time. To log on from an Internet mail application 1 Open your Internet mail application. The Password window is The Services dialog box appears with the Services tab open. If you want to send messages to external recipients who are not on your CallPilot system, you can configure CallPilot to use the format that is appropriate for the recipient.
To configure CallPilot to automatically use the format that is appropriate for your recipients 1 On the Tools menu click From the Inbox, you can open, move, copy, delete, forward, and reply to messages, and compose new messages.
The CallPilot indicator in the W indows system tray turns red when you have a new The CallPilot Player appears. You can choose to play your voice messages from your telephone or your computer by clicking the Telephone or Computer icon on the CallPilot Player. You can change this selection at any time. If you select Telephone, the phone rings when you open a message, and the message plays when you answer.
If you select The message you record can be a new message, a reply to a received message, or an introduction to a forwarded message. Before you send the message, you can add voice message attachments and options. To record and send a voice message You create a voice message by opening a new CallPilot message and recording a message from your computer or your telephone.
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