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Old 03-03-2014, 12:35 PM
suppo89 suppo89 is offline
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Default Resetting voicemail to user first log in prompt

I was wondering if there was a way, maybe through editing one of the config .txt files in the users voicemail folder, to reset the voicemail to give the prompt like it was a users first log in. Any idea if this is possible? Or do I have to delete the old user and add a new user for that prompt to reset? Im using ip office r8.1.

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Old 03-07-2014, 03:09 AM
laburu laburu is offline
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I would imagine that you could delete the account folder for the user and restart the service. ¨That should create teh folder from scratch and hence have the default greating.

I haven´t tried myself but it is worth giving it a shot.

Let us know if it works.
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