Is anyway to delete the "to send this message now press # or hang up, to discard the message press 6" after recording a message in Unity? I have unchecked everything in Unity but this message keeps there (three times after the call is hanged up). BRs!
Set the recording length allowed for messages left by unidentified (outside) callers.
Subscribers may want to limit the length of messages from unidentified callers. Some departments, such as Customer Service, may want to permit much longer messages.
If enabled, callers will hear a warning tone before the maximum message length is reached.
The recording length allowed for messages left by other subscribers is set on the applicable Subscribers > Class of Service > Messages page.
After Message Action
Indicate the action that Cisco Unity performs after an unidentified caller leaves a message:
•Say Good-Bye—Cisco Unity plays a brief goodbye, and the call is disconnected. Click the Say Good-Bye link to view the Goodbye call handler.
•Send Caller To—Cisco Unity sends the call to the destination that you select:
–Broadcast Message Administrator—Sends the call to a conversation for sending broadcast messages.
–CVM Mailbox Reset—Send the call to a conversation used to reset mailboxes at Community Voicemail sites.
–Call Handler—Sends the call to the call handler that you select.
–Caller System Transfer—Sends the call to a conversation that allows callers to transfer to a number that they specify. For example, callers may want to dial a lobby or conference room phone that is not associated with a Cisco Unity subscriber. Cisco Unity performs the transfer only when the CS_Default_System_Transfer restriction table permits it.
–Directory Handler—Sends the call to directory assistance.
–Greetings Administrator—Sends the call to a conversation for changing call handler greetings by phone.
–Hang Up—Disconnects the call. Use carefully; unexpected hang-ups can appear rude to callers.
–Hotel Checked Out—When the Cisco Unity Hospitality and Property Management Integration has been installed, this option sends the call to a conversation that allows hotel guests to access archived messages after they have checked out.
–Interview Handler—Sends the call to the interview handler that you select.
–Sign-In—Sends the call to the subscriber logon conversation, which prompts subscribers to enter their ID and their password.
–Subscriber—Sends the call to the subscriber that you select.
–Subscriber System Transfer—Sends the call to a conversation that allows subscribers to transfer to a number that they specify. Subscribers are prompted to log on and then can enter numbers that are not associated with Cisco Unity subscribers—such as lobby and conference room phones, and even phone numbers outside the organization. Cisco Unity performs the transfer only when the subscriber restriction table permits it.
Default: Say Good-Bye.
Callers Can Edit Messages
Check this check box to allow callers to be prompted to listen to, add to, rerecord, or delete their messages.
Balance giving callers the additional control of editing messages with having voice messaging ports tied up for the additional time.
Mark Messages as Urgent
Indicate the action that Cisco Unity will allow:
•Always—All messages left by unidentified callers are marked urgent. This may be useful for Sales or Technical Support call handlers.
•Never—Messages left by unidentified calls are never marked urgent.
•Ask Caller for Their Preference—Cisco Unity asks unidentified callers whether to mark their messages urgent.
Note that Cisco Unity plays new urgent messages before other messages.
Language That Callers Hear
Select the language in which system prompts are played to callers. The language setting affects system prompts such as "You may record your message at the tone."
If you choose Inherited, Cisco Unity determines the language to use for system prompts on a per-call basis, depending on the language set by the handler or routing rule that processed the call. If the language is set to Inherited for every rule and handler that processes a call, then the system prompts are played in the default phone language.
The default phone language and the list of languages shown here are set on the System > Configuration > Phone Languages page.
Use MWI for Message Notification
Check this check box to have Cisco Unity use the message waiting indicator (MWI) on the phone to alert the subscriber of new voice messages. MWIs are not used to indicate new e-mail, fax, or receipt messages.
When the Use MWI for Message Notification field is enabled, Cisco Unity uses the extension or extensions listed in the Extension column of the MWI Extensions table to activate message waiting indicators (MWIs).
By default, one row in the table contains an "X" in the Extension column to indicate the primary extension assigned to a subscriber. You can change this row or add more rows to the table to have Cisco Unity activate MWIs for another extension or phone number. MWIs are enabled for all rows in the table; to disable an MWI for an extension, delete the row from the table.
You can assign subscribers up to nine alternate MWIs. The alternate MWI extensions must be unique—up to the dialing domain level, if applicable—and no more than 30 digits in length.
When entering characters in the Extension column, consider the following:
•Enter digits 0 through 9.
•Do not use spaces, dashes, or parentheses between digits.
•Enter , (comma) to insert a one-second pause.
•Enter # and * to correspond to the # and * keys on the phone.
•If the extension that you enter is intended to light an MWI on a phone that requires a different lamp code than the phone that is associated with the primary extension, make sure that your phone system is programmed to support multiple lamp codes.
•MWIs are enabled for all rows in the table.
The Indicator Lamps column of the MWI Extensions table shows the status of the indictor lamp for the MWI extension on that row of the table. The status will be one of the following: MWI on; MWI off; MWI request is pending; MWI request is pending on; MWI request is pending off; MWI request failed.
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