You’ve likely received an email from firstname.lastname@example.org that contains a link for logging into your account. Your username and assigned password are embedded in this link and selecting the link will take you to your Auralink home page.
Once you log in, you'll be automatically prompted to change your password. Simply enter your new password the same way in both fields and click Change Password.
While you are still on the My Account tab, create your VMR. The Host/Guest PINs and alias information will be used to create links to you VMR for various contact options. Host PINs must be a number between 4 and 20 digits long.
While the Guest PIN is blank by default, you may choose to include a Guest PIN, requiring guests to enter a PIN number prior to joining a call. If you include a Guest PIN, the PIN must include the same number of digits as the Host PIN.
To update/create PINs:
In the “My VMR” section you can use the “Get Outlook Addin to enable Auralink to create meetings and invitations within Outlook.
To install the Outlook Addin:
You can now create Auralink meetings in Outlook and an invitation that will include links and connection options for participants.
To facilitate easier calling, you can add contacts to your speed dial list from Address Book tab.
There are three different ways to start an Auralink call.
In this method, you are using the lists from your speed dial or address book to initiate a call in your VMR.
Active members (green/red dot) will receive a pop-up indicating you’ve invited them to meet now. Inactive members (gray dot) will receive and email requesting them to join your VMR.
In this method, you are using the links in an Outlook invitation to enter your VMR.
In this example, you’ve already entered your VMR and are a host.