Where are the missed call information stored in Communication Manager 6.X environment? Are they stored on the phones themselves, or on the callmanager servers? One way to get it from callmanager would be tracking zero duration calls in the CDR database, but i wanted to know if there is an easier accessible way to access them. Also one related thing is that, how should one proceed to be able to send email notifications to users for the missed calls they receive? There is no such feature available out of the box for CUCM 6.X as far as i know.
We have an off the shelf product that will allow you to send an auto e-mail with missed call notification, allow you to run reports on missed calls and set stats alarms to be generated when specific criteria are met e.g. specific number of missed calls, duration, etc.
You will be also be able to send the e-mail notification to individual users for their own missed calls or alternatively to any designated e-mail or group e-mail for missed calls to any group, team, department or site.
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Yes we did and it's been a while, we used jtapi events rather than CDR data to catch missed calls, and we send these missed call events to the related users via email. While it still requires some programming to be able to achieve this, i guess it's not that hard to implement. (Our dev team wrote the application)
The only out of the box product that might come close is CUPC. CUPC will keep a list of all Missed Calls, along with placed calls and voice mail on the user IM client. This will certantly help the user been able to track their missed calls from their computer. Besides this I don't see much efforts from the missed calls perspective, since a large amount of effort is placed on connecting the call to some resource, SNR, VoiceMail, and so on, and Unity has a nice set of Monitoring features. If your client is getting a large amount of missed calls, to the point they want to track them down either CUPC or a modification on the call flow might help them.
I concur the best way would be to process CDR data and generate email alerts for the user, although CDR doesn't implement this feature out of the box.
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