I'm in the process of setting up a system for the same reason.
I would also be interested in things like this, so far I would show how users can alter their phone settings via CME website. Along with the initial tutorial that plays when you access voice mail for the first time.
There's another application server that you might want to look at and that's IPFX http://www.ipfx.com . They have a very nice product, either as a stand-alone or add-on for CallManager. It has really nice features and is easy to use. I think the best thing about it is the way it's fully integrated into Outlook - e.g. It looks at your Calendar and can automatically enable your voice mail when your out of the office or in a meeting and can automatically change the message, and advise the caller when you'll be back, depending on what you're doing.
Other features are that you can listen to someone while they're leaving a voice message and retrieve them from VM if you want to talk to them. It also has full Contact Center functionality plus heaps of other stuff
IPFX are Cisco and Microsoft partners. It all looks pretty cool, you should check them out.
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