I have a case that using one CCM cluster with one Unity VM for mutliple branches. Since the DID is overlapped. I have to create the whole number for different subscribers (e.g. 2110-2223 for branch A and 2220-2223 for branch B, where Phone A DN = 2223 and phone B DN = 2223).
Now, my question is:
1. can unity do greeting with "2223" instead of the whole 8-digit annoucement ?? (for leaving VM and checking VM between subscribers)
2. can I create two separate VM pilot numbers (e.g. 2110-2110 for branch A and 2220-2220 for branch B users so that they can check their BM remotely via PSTN and user needn't request to keyin the whole 8-digit but just 4-digit). Is that ok? I found someone suggest to use "alternate extension", but in my case, but there is only one Unity in my environent and this approach does not work)
I think the "altenate extension" is not applicable to my case as i cannot assign same "alternate extension" into two subscribers "21102223" and "22202223". anyway, I think I can teach them to keyin "8-digit" instead of "4-digit" for subscriber login from 3rd phone.
however, I want to configure the Unity such that it will only do greet to the caller/subscriber with 4-digit (not the whole 8-digit number). e.g. the unity will do greeting like this (sorry extension, 2 1 1 0 2 2 2 3 , is not availble, please....) when callers call to that subscriber, is it possible to configure the Unity such that, it will only greet with (Extension 2 2 2 3, ....), it saves users lots of time when they leave or check the voice mail.
you mention there is a translation. how to do that??
my unity subscriber is "21102223" and "22202223" and
the phone DN = 2223 (in Partition A) and DN = 2223 (in Partition B) with different VM profile and mask.
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