My company currently does not have a voicemail retention policy and we are interested in creating one. I was asked a question from my management, which I did not have an answer to and I could not find anything that addresses this specific question. The question is: If a backup copy of all of the voicemail in the company is retained, is there a way to restore one voicemail from this back-up?
Everything that I have found indicates that the user can restore an individual voicemail from their deleted folder, or you can restore the entire back-up. Does anyone have any experience with this?
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