STLCC's on-campus telephone system has many available features for employees, but you don't need to be a phone expert to make them work for you.
Mitel Mobile Connect App
This free app is installed on your personal mobile phone. It allows you to make and receive calls on your mobile phone using your work telephone number. It also allows you to move a call between your desk phone and your mobile phone, or call students/business contacts without sharing your personal mobile number. To use the app, your deskphone and mobile phone will need to be configured. You can email us for more information or begin by submitting a request form and adding the app to your mobile phone.
Mitel Connect Desktop
This software is installed on college desktop and laptop computers. It allows you to look up phone numbers, easily transfer calls and listen to voice mail, and use the softphone feature. Using the softphone on a laptop 'moves' your desk phone to that device, allowing you to make and receive calls using a headset. For more information, please see Using the Mitel Softphone Feature.
If you need a new or replacement telephone, please submit a request to the IT Help Desk.
To send a fax, address an email to the user’s fax number and add “@fax.stlcc.edu”
- To fax to 314-555-1212, address email to “email@example.com”
- To fax to 636-555-1212, address email to “firstname.lastname@example.org”
- To fax to 202-555-1212, address email to “email@example.com”
The body (message area) of the email will print as a cover sheet to the recipient. Any attachments (PDFs, images, Word documents, etc) will print in full.
Telephone Workgroups and Menus
Workgroups are sets of phones designed to handle incoming calls in a distribution pattern. Many larger departments and high-volume areas use workgroups to ensure all calls are answered promptly.
Menus are used to allow callers to contact the appropriate department, or to hear pre-recorded instructions to complete a task such as resetting their password or requesting transcripts. For more information about our current menu structure, please email Telephone Support.
Long Distance Codes
When using a college phone number (on a desk phone, softphone, or mobile app) you may be required to enter a long distance code. Each employee receives an individual code which should not be shared. To request your new or existing code, please submit a request form.
You can listen to voice mail through the mobile and desktop apps, or you can call 314-539-5400 and enter your 4-digit extension and password to access the voice mail system. In addition to storing messages, the voice mail system allows you to change your greeting and availability state.
To record your name for outgoing voice mails, log in to your voice mail and press 7,6. To review and record a new greeting, log in to your voice mail and press 7,1. Remember, each call handling mode has its own greeting.