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#103377 by Bob K
Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:28 pm
Just a quick post. My Ooma Telo installation was as advertised and documented.
Well done! All systems are functional. I spent about 2 hours in all. This was
installation, an automatic reboot-update sequence, and a detailed review
of my account page . ( I did spend a lot of time finding a phone number
that I liked) :D . I called friends and had them call back and confirm
calls recieved and that voicemail is functioning. I may be getting tired but,
I seem to have missed the proceedure for adding a voice mail greeting.
I will have to get back to that one. For me, the system worked and worked well.
Well done!

Bob K
#103379 by ajw522
Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:34 pm
Welcome to Ooma — not only will you love saving money, but you'll love the quality of the service as well. I've been with Ooma since August 2009 and I've loved Ooma every day since. Enjoy!
#103381 by thunderbird
Tue Nov 20, 2012 9:42 pm
Bob K wrote:Just a quick post. My Ooma Telo installation was as advertised and documented.
Well done! All systems are functional. I spent about 2 hours in all. This was
installation, an automatic reboot-update sequence, and a detailed review
of my account page . ( I did spend a lot of time finding a phone number
that I liked) :D . I called friends and had them call back and confirm
calls recieved and that voicemail is functioning. I may be getting tired but,
I seem to have missed the proceedure for adding a voice mail greeting.
I will have to get back to that one. For me, the system worked and worked well.
Well done!

Bob K

Go to https://www.ooma.com/app/support/ooma-voicemail for instructions to add voicemail greeting.
#103391 by Bob K
Wed Nov 21, 2012 10:00 am
Thankyou for the link!
Voice mail is operational.
( I was tired, it was right in front of me the whole time)

Now I have to cancel PacBell and figure out how to tap into the house
telephone wires to include the other phone. I guess that will be under
/homedistribution. We'll see how that one goes tomorrow.

Bob K
#103394 by thunderbird
Wed Nov 21, 2012 11:16 am
Bob K wrote:Thankyou for the link!
Voice mail is operational.
( I was tired, it was right in front of me the whole time)

Now I have to cancel PacBell and figure out how to tap into the house
telephone wires to include the other phone. I guess that will be under
/homedistribution. We'll see how that one goes tomorrow.

Bob K

The main thing is to disconnect the House wiring from the PacBell wiring that comes in from the street. There is usually a box on the outside of the house where this can be done.

If you have problems with this, post a picture of your connection in this forum thread. Someone will tell you which wires to disconnect.

Then it's a matter of connecting a phone cord from the Ooma Telo Phone port, to one of the house wall jacks.

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