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Practical VoIP Using VOCAL by Luan Dang, Cullen Jennings, David Kelly

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Voice Mail Feature Servers

The Voice Mail Feature server provides the VOCAL system with the capability to forward calls to a voice mail system. This server is required only if you intend to use the system provided with VOCAL.

Table 6-18 shows the provisioning tasks that can be performed with the Feature servers.

Table 6-18. Feature server tasks

Task

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Adding a Voice Mail Feature server group

Voice Mail Feature server groups are the second sublevel below featureServers and serverType voiceMail on the directory tree.

Adding a Voice Mail Feature server

Voice Mail Feature servers are the third sublevel below featureServers and serverType voiceMail on the directory tree.

Editing a Voice Mail Feature server

Select a server, edit the fields, and then click OK. Table 6-19 describes the fields.

Adding additional Voice Mail Feature servers

Additional servers can be added as the system grows in size or if greater reliability is desired. Follow the earlier instructions in "Adding New Servers.”

Deleting Voice Mail Feature servers

Select a server and click Delete.

Deleting Feature servers in live systems is not recommended unless absolutely necessary. If you delete a Voice Mail Feature server that has users assigned to it, you will have to regenerate all of those users.

Figure 6-8 shows the Voice Mail Feature server’s data entry fields.

Voice Mail Feature server data entry screen

Figure 6-8. Voice Mail Feature server ...

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