I am working remotely on an AIM-CUE module running 3.1.1 and the request is to have a message waiting indicator light for user ext 554 when user ext 533 has a message. So effectively both users get the MWI when one user has a message.
I have read through the forums and can see how this is done using the GUI. But because I am working remotely and the CUE is on another VLAN I don't have web access to it so I need to know how this is done using the CLI.
Any help greatly appreciated.
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I don't have access to this particular GUI so I can't say exactly for sure, but from reading posts from Rob Huffman it appears that it is possible:
I have NM-CUE running 3.1.1 and I already have it setup this way with additional buttons on my 7960 phone that are extensions of other phones. I do not get the MWI light lit up for the other buttons when they have a message. All I get is the picture of the envelope on the 7960 phone. I wish I could get the light to light for other extensions waiting voicemails that show up on my 7960 phone.
I'm guessing this is a CME/CUE reference
When the DN isn't the Primary Line on the phone (have a look at this command);
To designate a line other than the primary line of an ephone to be associated with the ephone's message waiting indicator (MWI) lamp, use the mwi-line command in ephone configuration mode. To return to the default, use the no form of this command.
Line number to be associated with the MWI lamp. Range is from 1 to 34.
A phone's MWI lamp is lit only when there is a message waiting for the phone's primary line (line 1).
From this good doc;
"Always movin' ahead and never lookin' back" - Springsteen
Yes, that works perfect for one line of your choosing. Too bad they didn't include the command "all" so that the light lights up for any line that has a message waiting. Oh well..
Is it still the case that on a CME/CUE system only ONE line (designated with the mwi-line command) can trigger the MWI and all other lines with voicemail will only trigger the envelope?