Telephone and School Directory
Campus telephones, voice mail, VoIP, unified messaging, school directory and more.
If you download a copy of the PDF to your desktop, you can open it and search for an extension quickly by clicking on Edit > Find on the menu bar.
The school directory allows Buckley members to look up student, parent, and faculty/staff photos, phone numbers, email addresses and additional information.
Log into MyBUCKLEY > click on Directories > and search.
Buckley IT provides Cisco VoIP phones. This service includes phone troubleshooting, setup and configuration.
Buckley IT is responsible for supporting the phone infrastructure, and making backups and recovering from server problems.
Incoming Calls to Classroom Phones
Classroom phones are configured to not allow incoming calls from outsiders (e.g. parents, vendors, etc.). You may receive a call from other campus phones or your division office may transfer any calls to your classroom phone.
To place an external call, dial 9 first
To call 911, dial 911 OR 9+911
Cisco Phone Quick Reference Guides
Accessing Voicemail via Phone
You may access your voicemail using one of the following methods:
Pressing the Messages button on your dedicated phone
Dialing 799 from any phone on campus
Dialing (818) 461-6799, if dialing from off-campus
Your ID is your extension number
Your PIN is your voicemail password. If you don't know your PIN, contact Buckley IT.
Voicemail to Email
Buckley is using the voicemail-to-email system. This means that when you receive a voicemail you’ll also see a new email with the message attached as a sound file (VoiceMessage.wav) in your Inbox.
You’ll still see notification on the phone as well and can still use the phone to check the voicemail, but you will also have the option to manage your voicemail through email.
The service synchronizes your email with your phone. If you delete a voicemail message from your email, it will be also be deleted from your phone. If you delete a message from your phone, it deletes the corresponding email.