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Placing a Call/Fax – Dialing Sequence


* The most likely reason for getting a System Priority Call is use of the Callback feature on your phone.
** If you hear a busy signal when you call a Drew extension, this may indicate that the owner of that extension has activated the Do Not Disturb function on the phone.
*** If you hear a constant ring when you pick up the handset, contact Telecom if the problem continues for two or more hours on a regular business day. Contact Telecom immediately to report other problems.

Checking Your Voice Mail

Students: To find out if you have a new voice mail, pick up your phone and listen for a few seconds. If you have a voice mail you'll hear a mechanical voice saying "voice message" over and over. To check your voice mail, dial 3131. A voice will then prompt you to enter your password. See Using Drew Voice Mail for more information.


Faculty/Staff: For your convenience, there is a special button on your phone that directly accesses your voice mail box. By pressing the feature button (labeled either VM, VMB or InteMail), you will be automatically forwarded to x3131 (the voice mail system extension). At this point, simply enter your voice mail password to log in and check your messages.