Voicemail (includes Voicemail-to-Email)
Our Voicemail service is an invisible answering machine that allows callers to leave you a message when you're away, on the telephone or too busy to answer the phone.
Included with your Voicemail subscription is an innovative solution called Voicemail-to-Email. It allows you to receive and direct a copy of your voicemail message, as a WAV file to your e-mail inbox. Check and listen to your voicemail messages from anywhere you have access to your
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Enhance Your Voicemail Experience
Voicemail-to-Email Included with Voicemail
To access and setup your Voicemail-to-Email service online go to Bell Aliant Voicemail-to-Email
Receive voicemail messages in your e-mail as an audio attachment.
Immediate email notification when a message has been left.
Share important or special messages by saving them indefinitely on your computer.
Change your destination e-mail address and manage your voicemail messages online with Bell Aliant Voicemail-to- Email
Gives you all the features and benefits of Bell Aliant’s regular Voicemail service.
Important to know
Voicemail-to-Email service is not compatible with:
- Extension mailboxes
- Message Link /Consolidated Mailboxes
What you need
To use Voicemail-to-Email your computer must have a .WAV player; for example, Windows Media Player
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Tools & Resources
- Voicemail User Guide
Find easy instructions on using Voicemail, Voicemail-to-Email and other optional calling services.
Important Information about your Voicemail-to-Email service:
- With Voicemail-to-Email, your voice messages are sent to your e-mail address as an audio file attachment. These same messages are also sent to your traditional voicemail box.
- Deleting a voicemail message from your e-mail inbox does not delete it from your traditional voicemail box. Please go to Bell Aliant Voicemail-to-Email "Options" to view alternate settings.
When you first subscribe to Voicemail service you have to set-up your mailbox. You only have to do this once:
1. From your home phone, dial *99.
2. Enter your temporary password. This is your 7 digit phone number (xxx-xxxx).
3. Enter a new password - it can be any combination of 6 to 15 digits but cannot begin with 0. Please remember to keep your new password confidential.
4. Record your name or phone number as a personal identification. Press # when you are finished.
5. Record a personal greeting (up to 5 mins in length). Press # when you are finished.
You're ready! When a message is waiting you'll hear an interrupted dial tone when you pick up the phone. If you have a light indicator on your telephone, it will flash to alert you of new messages.
To access your message remotely there are 3 different methods:
1) In Atlantic Canada:
a) 310-MAIL (6245) - English
b) 310-PSTE (7783) - French
2) Anywhere in Canada:
a) 1 888 576-0033 - English
b) 1 888 576-1133 - French
3) Anywhere in the world
a) Dialing your own phone number and pressing 5 while listening to your greeting.
Find more Support information on accessing your messages while away from home, creating a distribution list, changing the number of rings before your voicemail picks up, and more.
- You will require a valid working e-mail address.
- You must have a WAV file player (such as Windows Media Player) on your computer to support the playback of the attached messages.
- Windows Media Player is our recommended WAV player, and we provide technical support through our helpdesk should you have issues playing your messages.
- Although we do not provide technical support for other WAV players (iTunes, Real Player, Quicktime, etc), they should play your Voicemail messages too.