So an issue I've been having with my users only a couple times in the last few months is they recieve a message saying their "voicemail is currently in use" some quick googling lead me to understand all I have to do is unlock their voicemail mailboxes. Should be simple. Again, some quick googling finds me all kinds of CLI commands such as:
Wouldn't be too big of an issue if I didn't get "% Invalid input detected a '^' marker."
I'm by no means a master at Cisco's CLI, but I do know that if I type "?" it lists all my possiblities and NEITHER "voicemail" or "voice mailbox" show up in my list of possible commands. In general peoples mailboxes work fine, like I said just three instances in the last 6 monthes or so. Did the original admin configure it wrong or am I doing something wrong. Any advice would be awesome. Thanks in advance.
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