When clicking on the message icon in jabber we get an error message stating the user is not signed in, to resolve goto the phone accounts tab under the options window, we have no such tab showing, anyone help?
Neither CUCM nor CUC are SSO-integrated with Active Directory in the current shipping versions to say nothing of Jabber itself. All LDAP Auth in the server does is relay the user-provided credentials to the LDAP server for a go/no-go decision. The user/client is still responsible for providing them to whatever Cisco server it's trying to authenticate to. The XML Jaime mentions above instructs Jabber to copy/paste the credentials you entered when logging into Jabber itself into the PhoneService (i.e. CCMCIP) and Voicemail (a separate element).
Either way but by selecting the integrate with LDAP under the users profile it has automatically signed in on the jabber client, tested it with half a dozen or so users, all of whom can know listen to their voicemail via Jabber
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