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dlofstrom 12-10-2014 10:43 AM

Aura Messaging Notify Me with Avaya Store
 
We have a requirement to set up voicemail services for a department such that messages left on a single extension get copied to each staff members mailboxes. Our storage backend for subscriber mailboxes is primarily Exchange, however we have a few that use the Avaya store as they have no other email mailbox requirements (ie: departments, etc).

Our strategy was to set this extension up with a voice mailbox on the local Avaya store, then user the Notify Me feature to distribute copies of the messages via email to a distribution group containing each staff member. That's the ultimate goal, except that I can't seem to get Notify Me to send emails for this subscriber.

All other subscribers (who happen to be using an Exchange store) who use Notify Me don't have this problem. COS is set up correctly, and matches others who don't have this problem. The only difference I can see at this point is that the stores are different, though it would seem odd to me that Notify Me with email distribution would only work for Exchange store subscribers...

dlofstrom 12-10-2014 11:19 AM

Ugh - nevermind. Apparently Notify Me doesn't work until the subscriber initializes their mailbox. Sounds obvious, but I couldn't tell you how many uninitialized mailboxes we have.... I guess it's not a priority for some folks ;)

marzahn 01-05-2015 09:52 AM

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Originally Posted by dlofstrom (Post 14813)
Ugh - nevermind. Apparently Notify Me doesn't work until the subscriber initializes their mailbox. Sounds obvious, but I couldn't tell you how many uninitialized mailboxes we have.... I guess it's not a priority for some folks ;)

That sounds familiar. I think our help desk calls those "eye dee 10 tee errors."

[ID10T]:D

kennethleemeans 01-30-2015 07:46 AM

It seems amazing to me that companies do not have polices in place to make setting up anything that is forward facing to the public a condition of employment ?

When i hear the text to speech name on a mailbox I call It immediately tells me that that person does not care.

marzahn 01-30-2015 08:44 AM

You Make Good (customer service) Sence Here!
 
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Originally Posted by kennethleemeans (Post 15507)
It seems amazing to me that companies do not have polices in place to make setting up anything that is forward facing to the public a condition of employment ?

When i hear the text to speech name on a mailbox I call It immediately tells me that that person does not care.

I like your thinking Kenneth.:cool: I have never asked for a written policy on this. Here, there has not been a need for it. That is, our outward facing staff all have very good greetings.

However many of our agents have not bothered. I am working through this by moving our member service agents to non-DID (direct inward dial) extensions. They are the "usual suspects" in this regard. I have asked for and received the okay to do this based on the need to conserve our DID numbers. That way I'm not throwing anyone "under the bus." and my boss stays happy.:D

kennethleemeans 05-19-2015 08:21 AM

Great idea ! :D


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