We have a customer with Unity 4.0.5 Unified Messaging when ever they see a voicemail in their Inbox they want to see on the SUBJECT as "Voicemail ........." whether the call is from Internal or External.
They want to see "Voicemail" permanently on their subject.Is it possible to do that???
Not sure if you knew this, but the Subject Line can be edited, once it appears in the user's inbox. So although you won't have the Subject Line customization until 4.2, your users can definitely edit the subject after playing the voice message and annotate it further.
When the voice message is received into the user's inbox, open the message in Outlook. The Subject line contains the information Message from an Unidentified Caller, for example. Position the cursor on the first letter and swipe the field. Start typing in a new subject line, i.e. Voice message from Ginger Kavan. Go to the File menu and click Save. Then when you exit the message, you will see the subject line has changed. I believe there is a character length maximum, which I don't know offhand. I'm sure there is a way to determine this by looking at Outlook forms customization on Microsoft. P.S. There was a bug in ViewMail 4.0(4) which did not allow the subject info to be changed. The bug was corrected in ViewMail 4.0(5).
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