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Forwarding voicemail to email with Ooma Office.

Ooma Office users can access voicemail a number of ways, but forwarding voicemail to email is a convenient way to ensure that you’re always connected to colleagues and clients.

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Here’s how it works.

Any voice message left on your Ooma Office account will automatically be forwarded to a user’s email so that they can listen from anywhere. The audio message will be sent as a file attachment in .mp3, allowing users to listen from most web browsers and email formats.

Users will need to provide an up-to-date email address to their administrator so that he or she can make these requested changes in Ooma Office Manager.

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