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Partner system auto attendant is not answeringHelpful Member! 

austin02 (Programmer) (OP)
16 Nov 09 8:59
I have partner voice messaging release 3. I have auto attendant set to answer all calls and it directs them to and extension. When someone calls in the system answers on the first ring and say your party is not available to transfer to another extension...  and the auto attendant is not answering   Can someone help?
Helpful Member!  TouchToneTommy (Vendor)
16 Nov 09 9:52
You havent assigned your voice mail ports to hunt group 7.

"partner voice messaging release 3" - pc card that goes into the ACS processor? From system programming, #505-7-78-1, #505-7-79-1 should do it.
austin02 (Programmer) (OP)
16 Nov 09 10:09
I do have them assigned to 78 and 79   they show assigned.
Everything was working correctly till we changed our phone service to Verizon  I believe he just unplugged the system from power instead of shutting it down correctly. I went thru everything and all appears to be correct. My greeting is still in there but it is not working. Any more Ideas
TouchToneTommy (Vendor)
16 Nov 09 10:22
Try power cycling it again - and check again that the voice mail ports are assigned. R7 and R8 will reload from the backup on the card or internal memory when the power is restored after a longish power outage. It may not have come up with the correct programming.

By the way, what is the procedure for "shutting it down correctly"?
austin02 (Programmer) (OP)
16 Nov 09 10:44
I did this multiple times. I thought the proper procedure would be to use the on/off switch. I am afraid that the PCI card is no good. I did get the auto attendant to answer by just reprogramming everything. Now it is audibly ringing when a call comes in. Before it didn't ring on an incoming call.
Dexman (TechnicalUser)
16 Nov 09 14:16
Is the Partner Voice Messaging set up in Answer Only Mode?;Product_1_actionOverride=%2Fportlets%2Fproduct%2FleftNavigationAction

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If it ain't broke, I haven't fixed it yet.

austin02 (Programmer) (OP)
16 Nov 09 14:42
I have been looking for that feature but can't seem to find it. I tried your link but it is under construction.
Dexman (TechnicalUser)
16 Nov 09 14:49
Try this one:

Revision 5.0 does not exist so select 3.0 from the drop-down menu.

If it ain't broke, I haven't fixed it yet.

TouchToneTommy (Vendor)
16 Nov 09 16:29
Now it is audibly ringing when a call comes in. Before it didn't ring on an incoming call.

I think you had this problem once before, the solution is here:
austin02 (Programmer) (OP)
17 Nov 09 8:21
Thank You

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