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Transfer Mailbox -Residence and Business -- V7.0

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Product Description

A Transfer Mailbox is used when an end-user wants to transfer calls from a line that does not have Voice Messaging Service to a mailbox associated with another line.

Transfer Mailbox can only be provided to end-users with multi-line accounts and one of the following services:

Voice Messaging Service USOC(s)
Residence
Mailbox Only - Residence Only VMJXX
Voice Messaging Service - Residence Only VMJXA, VMJXB
Business
Business Voice Messaging Service Choice VVMAD, VVMAE, VVMAF, VVMAG
Voice Mail Mailbox - Business Only MBB, MBBXA

Transfer Mailbox does not forward calls it ensures that when calls reach the Voice Response Unit (VRU) they go into the proper mailbox. In addition, a Call Forwarding feature must be added to the end-user's line to forward calls.

Transfer Mailbox allows end-users the ability to forward multiple lines into a Message Delivery Service (MDS) provisioned mailbox/router, built on the same Customer Service Record (CSR) as the Transfer Mailbox.

Transfer mailboxes may be:

  • Used on accounts with multi-lines, when the end-user wants more than one line to forward into a single, MDS provisioned mailbox/router.
  • Built on a custom ringing number when the main telephone number and the custom ringing number both forward into the mailbox.
  • Built on a Market Expansion Line® (MEL) Service, also referred to as Remote Call Forwarding, that forwards to a 1FB/1FR and then forwards to a mailbox/router. The mailbox/router needs to be MDS.

Transfer Mailboxes may not be used to associate:

  • A business account to a residence mailbox
  • A residence account to a business mailbox/router
  • A line on one CSR to a mailbox/router on another CSR
  • Associate multiple lines to a Direct Inward Dialing (DID®) mailbox/router

A forwarding feature is needed on the line with the Transfer Mailbox on it. This forwarding feature can:

  • Forward directly to the VRU
  • Forward the call to another line, which eventually forwards the call into the VRU

Availability

Transfer Mailbox is available wherever Voice Messaging Service, Voice Mail Mailbox and Business Voice Messaging Service Choice services are offered.

Additional information can be found in the Pre-Ordering Overview.

Compatibility & Restrictions

Feature/Service Rules/Restrictions
800/ 855/ 866/ 877/ 888 Not compatible
Custom Ringing Limited compatibility
When adding a Transfer Mailbox to a Custom Ringing Number, please make sure that the number with the mailbox and the custom ringing number are in the same VRU.
Messaging Waiting Indication Not compatible
Transfer Mailbox Not compatible
Transfer Mailbox cannot be built on a telephone number with an existing Transfer Mailbox.

Pricing

Rate Structure

Transfer Mailbox may have a recurring or a nonrecurring charge based on state specific Tariffs/Catalogs/Price Lists.

Rates

Retail rates for this feature can be found in the state specific Tariffs/Catalogs/Price Lists.

Rates and/or discounts are available in Exhibit A or the specific rate sheet in your Interconnection or Resale Agreement.

Ordering

Ordering Rules

Additional information on ordering can be found in the Ordering Overview.

When issuing a service request, include the FID/ WW (works with) followed by the telephone number associated with the mailbox (USOC MBB) in the Feature Detail on the Product Specific form:

FEATURE DETAIL
WW XXX XXX-XXXX

Feature Activity Types (Action Codes)

The valid Feature Activity Types are:

  • D = Disconnect
  • N = Add

NOTE: When changing from one feature to another, use N and D Feature Activity Types.

Feature Codes (USOCs)

Transfer Mailbox is identified by using the following USOCs:

  Transfer Mailbox
CCMS TFM
Centrex 21 TFM
Centrex Plus TFM
Centrex Prime® TFM
Centron® TFM
Centron 1™ TFM
DSS TFM
PBX TFM
POTS TFM

Adding Transfer Mailbox

This feature is ordered by including:

  • Feature Activity Type N and the appropriate USOC from the Feature Codes table.

Removing Transfer Mailbox

This feature is removed by including:

  • Feature Activity Type D and USOC

Last Update: March 26, 2015