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Relay Voicemail to Email Questions Unity Connection 9.X

Jason Amick
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Is there a report within unity connection where I can verify what mailboxes have the relay to email function for message actions setup without having to dive in and look at each individual mailbox?  Possibly a CLI command to run?   Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!

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Chris Deren
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One east thing you could do it export all users and locate the desired column in the cvs file sort the file in Excel.

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Chris Deren
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One east thing you could do it export all users and locate the desired column in the cvs file sort the file in Excel.

Chris:

Would you suggest I export the users using the BAT tool within unity connection?

Yes, Bulk Administration Tool on the bottom section of UCXN admin page.

Rob Huffman
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Hi jason,

Just wanted to add a note to the great tips from my buddy Chris here (+5).

You could also use CUDD the Connection User Data Dump tool from the great Unity tools site to accomplish this query as this is one of the available outputs ;

  • Message Action Settings. Outputs all 4 message action settings and the email relay address configured for the user.  The message actions include a number describing what Connection will do with inbound email, faxes, voice mail and receipts for a user.  The actions are as follows: 0=reject the message, 1=accept the message, 2=relay the message to the relay address or 3=accept and relay a copy of the message to the relay address.

From;

http://www.ciscounitytools.com/Applications/CxN/UserDataDump/Help/UserDataDump.htm#_Toc359835396

Cheers!

Rob

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