Modular Messaging 5.2 MM521600 Service Pack 16 Release Notes
Currency & Feature Additions
This software update includes support for the following software platforms not covered by the Products official documentation:
Support for installs, upgrades and migrations of Modular Messaging with IBM Lotus Domino 8.5.3.
Support for Modular Messaging Web Client on clients running Windows 7 64-bit.
After installing this update the following operational or functional differences can be observed:
MSS: Customers can now perform an FTP backup on a Windows 2008 R2 based FTP Server.
SIP: If the caller zeros-out to an operator, and the operator does not answer, any message left can now be delivered to the original caller’s mailbox and not the operator. This is a system wide setting.
SIP: Music on Hold can be configured when the transfer type is set to Blind.
SIP: VMSC is enhanced to reflect new configurable options.
MSS: MSS will generate the CSR (Certificate Signing Request), which can be signed by a Certifying Authority and can be installed on MSS. This will allow customers to use signed certificates instead of the default self-signed certificate generated by the MSS.
MSS: Customers can now use their DNS MX record information as a method to leverage multiple email gateways.
Aria: Subscribers can now review voice messages by pressing a single  rather than pressing  twice from the message review menu.
SIP: Support for External and Internal distinction for use with Optional greetings.
SIP: Support for TTY (Teletypewriter)
SIP: Use of the GSM codec for message storage is now a supported configuration
SIP: The calling party id is now displayed during a transfer e.g. when transferring from the auto attendant or when zeroing out from a mailbox. Previously, the calling id was only displayed after the transfer has been completed i.e. when the user lifted their hand set.
Note: Customers using Session Manager 5.2 with a SIP integration to Modular Messaging must apply Session Manager 5.2 SP2 (Version 220.127.116.11, build 522001 or higher) prior to applying Modular Messaging 5.2 SP2, Modular Messaging transfers will not work successfully without Session Manager 5.2 SP2 (Version 18.104.22.168, build 522001 or higher).
Limitation: This feature works for native SIP integrations using a SES, Session Manager with SP2 (Version 22.214.171.124, build 522001 or higher), QSIG AudioCodes gateway. This feature is currently not supported when using an Analog AudioCodes gateway or a Dialogic DMG1000 DSE gateway.
WebClient: New administrative configuration for securing the User Preference settings.
Summary of MAS issues fixed in this Patch
SIP: In rare scenarios the VServer dumps and restarts when performing a call transfer activity.
On installing the Modular Messaging Service Pack, values in logging configuration file are reverted to default.
Summary of WSO issues fixed in this Patch
Summary of WC issues fixed in this Patch
Summary of Administration Tools issues fixed in this Patch
Summary of MSS issues fixed in this Patch
Contents included from previous Software Updates
All Avaya Modular Messaging Service Packs are cumulative of all previous Service Packs for the same product release. A full list of previous content can be found later in this document.
This software update is only intended to be installed against the following release(s) of Avaya Modular Messaging:
The software update contains code changes applicable to Avaya Modular Messaging when installed against the following message stores:
Installation of this software update requires the following minimum builds of Avaya Modular Messaging to already be installed:
|Messaging Application Server (MAS)||MM5.2GA+Patch 8||126.96.36.199|
|Message Storage Server (MSS)||MM5.2GA+Patch 8||5.2-11.0|
|Web Subscriber Options||MM5.2GA+Patch 8||188.8.131.52|
|Web Client||MM5.2GA+Patch 8||9.2.0013.150|
Prior to installing this software updates, the following considerations must be observed:
Read the Release Notes for Avaya Modular Messaging 5.2 – Service Pack 16 for details.
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