We are experimenting time problems with our Unity voicemail. We use to have a single Unity server and now we have installed a failover. Since then when our users listen to their messages, they hear random time stamp from the Unity notification message. If they save the message and hear it back, it give and other time stamp. Any idea where to look?
In fact it's the Unity time stamp that you hear just before the message. The time stamp goes completely random. For exemple if it supposed to say: "Message number one, today at 5 pm", it will say "Message number one, july 20th at 1 am".
Contact Center users dial out/call customers from their computers via a desktop based application like Cisco Finesse Agent / CAD (Cisco Agent Desktop) application or any other 3rd party application.As per organizational process the requirement is ...
i want share with you my setup, how i configure TMS 15.6.0 with SQL 2012:
-first of all this deployment design in LAB just for practice, my deployment contain SQL and TMS in same server if you need to install TMS in another server yo...