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Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

Hi,

I am having an issue with 1 user in Unity 4.2 integrated with Domino.

When a message is left in his mailbox the MWI light comes on a normal & when he checks it says there are no new messages but 1 saved message....which is the message that was just left.

I have deleted and recreated the mailbox in Domino & issue remains. Has anyone come across this before?

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New Member

Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

Is the mail subscriber marking the message as "read" in their mailbox?

If so, this caused the voicemail to be marked "read"

New Member

Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

I'm investigating the avenue that as he has VM messages going into his email inbox also that it might be because he has an email rule setup.

Can you explain what you mean by the mail subscriber marking the message as read?? Is this a setting?

New Member

Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

Is the voicemail message showing up in his email inbox?

New Member

Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

UPDATE - It seems that deleting & recreating mailbox in Unity DID fix the issue after all!!

Thanks all for help - though wouldn't have needed it had i have investigated Layer 8 better :-)

Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

Is it possible that the user's email client is setup to use POP? If so, by default, messages are marked as read on the server once checked by a POP email client.

Hope this helps.

Brandon

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Re: Voicemail Message Going Straight to Saved

Thanks for responses guys,

I'm supporting this site remotely and working through the system administrator there. I'm going to find out full details of setup & i'll post results

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