Enabled Voice Mail (EVM) for faculty and staff
The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce that Enabled Voice Mail (EVM) is being made available to all faculty and staff free of charge. EVM converts voice mail messages into audio files and sends them to your Inbox as e-mail attachments. You can then listen to the messages, delete them, forward them, archive them -- as you would with any e-mail. Listening to an EVM message is easy. When you receive an EVM e-mail message, simply click the attachment and the message will play through your computer's media player.
The implementation of EVM for faculty and staff has begun with the University's academic departments. Specific information has been sent to department managers and telephone coordinators.
Administrative departments will be notified about EVM shortly, but anyone who would like to have EVM activated now should send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about EVM and its benefits, please see: