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Disp System-perameters Feature - page 8Helpful Member! 

AvayaHelp (Programmer) (OP)
27 Jul 06 12:27
On page 8 of the Feature-Related System-Perameters form there is a referene to MWI - Number of digits Per Voice Mail Subscriber: mine is set at 7.

What is this and what does it do exactly?

Self taught on S8700 & S8710 v2.2/CMIV/Octel 250/CMS v12/Intuity AUDIX/IP Agent/VoIP/Programming
Does anyone have a quarter, I need to make a phone call?

Helpful Member!  koglass (TechnicalUser)
27 Jul 06 13:31
MWI - Number of Digits Per Voice Mail Subscriber
Appears only if the Basic Supplementary Services field or the ISDN Feature Plus field on the
System-Parameters Customer-Options screen is y. This field provides an indication of thenumber of digits per AUDIX subscriber.
Note: For QSIG-MWI, these routing digits and inserted digits must screen a digit string
that, when analyzed and processed, routes to a Signaling Group supporting
QSIG-TSCs. Once a QSIG TSC is established (from a message- center server/
switch to a served-user switch), then every lamp update message places the
Inserted Digits field (from the Message Waiting Indication Subscriber
Number Prefixes screen) in front of the AUDIX subscriber number to screen a
complete QSIG network number for the served user.
For Feature Plus MWI, the routing digits and inserted digits must screen a digit
string that routes over an SSF trunk to the Feature Plus extension on the remote
(served user) switch. The Inserted Digits field must include the Feature Plus
National CPN Prefix
Allows you to apply prefixes to national calling numbers for display at receiving telephones. This is useful for those telephones that use or implement call back features based on incoming call numbers. When an ISDN-PRI call arrives, the incoming call setup is analyzed for: (1) whether
the Type of Address (TOA) is national or international, and (2) whether the Numbering Plan Identifier (NPI) is Unknown or ISDN/Telephony. This administered prefix is applied to national calls. Prefixing applies to any subsequent display on the same server when the call is transferred, covered, or forwarded. The same prefixing applies to outgoing ISDN-PRI calls when the connected number information is returned and meets the same TOA and NPI criteria.
The prefix plus the calling/connected number digit string is limited to 15 digits, with truncation occurring at the least significant digits.
Valid entries Usage

3 to 7 Enter a value that corresponds to the digit string length of subscribers
translated in the Message Center entity. For instance, if the Message
Center entity is AUDIX, the value in this field must match the value of the
Extension Length field on the Switch Interface Administration screen
AvayaHelp (Programmer) (OP)
28 Jul 06 9:40

Self taught on S8700 & S8710 v2.2/CMIV/Octel 250/CMS v12/Intuity AUDIX/IP Agent/VoIP/Programming
Does anyone have a quarter, I need to make a phone call?

marcell55 (TechnicalUser)
28 Jul 06 11:09
This field is not used if you have an Intuity Voicemail system.  It is usally only used if you have a Modular Messaging voicemail system, or any other QSIG based voicemail connection.

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