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Adhoc Extension Distribution to AMIS Nodes

I'm not clear if this is supported or not...

I must be able to allow local Unity users to send/foward voicemail messages to heterogeneous systems already defined as AMIS nodes, but don't want to create individual AMIS subscriber accounts for each of the 35K+ remote voicemail boxes in the enterprise.

Local users should be able to address a message to the remote system in the form of XXX-YYYY, where XXX is a defined AMIS node (using a Voice VPN), and YYYY is the unique subscriber extension at that node ID. Is this supported as default operation in Unity 3.1(5)? What I have found appears to indicate that all individual (remote) message boxes must be defined somewhere in a Unity system with nodeID and subscriber extension. If so, that could represent a full time job managing the subscriber base.

Much thanks in advance for guidance to the correct reference or description of the process.

Steve

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Re: Adhoc Extension Distribution to AMIS Nodes

HI Stephen,

No, you do not need an AMIS subscriber object for each individual recipient. All you need is an AMIS Delivery Location object defined. You assign the 3 digit dial id to that location object. See the Cisco Unity Networking Guide at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/c_unity/net/net402/ex/index.htm. Specifically the Blind Addressing and AMIS Networking section at http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/c_unity/net/net402/ex/net_0400.htm#91164.

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