Recording an Outgoing Voice Mail Message

I hate the sound of my own voice. I always have. When I’m speaking to an audience, I always sound Forced and Unnatural. So when we had To set up our new Voice mail system’s Outgoing message, it took me a few Tries to get it right:

“Hello, you’ve reached Martin Navra at McQ Corp. I’m not available to take your call right now. Please leave a message and I’ll Call you back as soon as I can. Thank you for calling.”

No, that wasn’t quite right. I Gave it another shot.

“Hello, you’ve reached the voice mail for Martin Navra at McQ Corp. I’m in a meeting or Away from my desk. Please leave a message and I’ll call you back as soon as I can. If your call is Urgent, please Contact Julia Mann at 555-434-3232. Thank you.”

That seemed okay, but since I was leaving on vacation next week, I needed to record a Temporary outgoing message as well. This is what I came up with.

“Hello, you’ve reached the voice mail of Martin Navra at McQ Corp. I will be on vacation from March 3rd through March 10th. If you need To reach someone immediately, please call Julia Mann at 555-434-3232, or Dial “0” to reach Reception. Otherwise, please leave a message and I’ll return your call when I return. Thank you.”

I was finally done. The good thing is, whenever I call To retrieve my voice mail messages, I can Bypass my outgoing message. With any luck, I’ll never have to hear my own voice again – ever!


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