I have two questions
1. Is there an attendant console for the CCME for a receptionist that can be installed on their PC? If so, does the attendant console have all of the basic functions like transfer, etc?
2. I am looking at the NME-CUE and beleive it supports integrated messaging which I beleive is where you can listen to voicemail through your email client. Is this voicemail to email functionality in CUE similar to that provided on the UNITY platform (unified messaging), i just need to know if it is useable and stable.
I have used unified messaging with unity but not with unity express so let me know if it works OK
arcsolutions.com makes such a product.
I wrote a 'consolite' that only monitors extension status:
As for CUE 2.3.4 that is the most used, I don't think it supports UM, not sure about 3.0/3.1
Hope this helps, please rate post if it does!
Here is the latest and greatest Comparison doc;
Cisco Unified Messaging Feature Comparison
Version 2.0 Updated August 30, 2007
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So - there is no cisco attendant console for CCME, only 3rd party, am I correct
Has anyone used CUE and unified messaging, does it work well?
The IMAP with CUE funtionality has been available since April 2006 (CUE 2.3) I don't know anyone personally who uses this feature but I haven't seen many problems or negative feedback here in my way too many hours on these forums :)
Hey Paolo... nice to hear from you today :) It always brightens my day! Huff
thks Rob & Paolo
I read that the NME-CUE supports 50 Imap sessions. Do you know if these are concurrent sessions? By this i mean if I had 96 phones in CCME all with VM, could they all receive voicemail email?
First off, you are most welcome! The capability is for 50 concurrent IMAP sessions;
se-10-0-0-0(config-imap)# maxsessions 25
Specifies the maximum number of concurrent IMAP client sessions. Valid values are 1 to 50. Default is 50.
Cisco Unity Express 2.3 CLI Administrator Guide
Configuring Integrated Messaging
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awesome again - thankyou
the concurrent IMAP sessions, are they created between the Outlook client and CUE on an as needs basis IE: when a new voicemail arrives
is the imap connection an always on connection one the outlook client opens?
My understanding is that this is an "as needed" or Session based. I think this config indicates this.
session idletimeout minutes
se-10-0-0-0(config-imap)# session idletimeout 45
Specifies the number of minutes an IMAP session can be idle. After this maximum is reached, the system automatically disconnects the session. Valid values are 30 to120 minutes. The default is 30 minutes.
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ARC solutions has an AC application that works with CME. IP Blue has one that is either out or coming out soon. As for Unified Messaging it works on the AIM-CUE in version 3.0 and the NM-CUE versions. As mentioned from Rob and the others. The configuration is a little tricky but not hard. I have it running on about 8 different clients and it works great. You will need to create another group and assign the IMAP user to the group. This is usually what I do.
Login to the CUE
groupname IMAP create
groupname IMAP privilege vm-imap
groupname IMAP member userx
groupname IMAP member usery
add all the users to that you want to the group.
On the client config you will need to specify the email address as firstname.lastname@example.org
x.x.x.x is the CUE address.