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In my example i have a request from a customer to have the same greeting for all 80 users in embedded VM.
As i am a lazy person by nature i thought "i will automate that" and so this FAQ was born
I have read the doc Avaya provides with the utility but as often the examples are incorrect and don't work
The below example does work (AVAYA take notice!)
SO i have a prerecorded wav file named "User Greeting" and a list of xxx users in a csv file taken with Manager.
create a txt file and add the following lines in it:
LVMGreeting.exe /convert:"User Greeting.wav" "User1" "Greeting" "G711" "User1.c11" "User1.log"
LVMGreeting.exe /convert:"User Greeting.wav" "User2" "Greeting" "G711" "User2.c11" "User2.log"
LVMGreeting.exe /convert:"User Greeting.wav" "User50" "Greeting" "G711" "User50.c11" "User50.log"
I use excel for that, i added a example and save the sheet as csv file and rename that to a .cmd file
Create a folder and copy LVLGreeting.exe and the above created text file or the in excel created .cmd file in this folder
rename the text files extension .txt to .cmd
open a dos box go into the above created folder
type textfilename.cmd and when finished you have xxx c11 files.
upload the files using the knowledge learned in sizbuts excellent FAQ
The "Greeting" can be one of the following to generate another type of c11 file:
"Greeting" - a greeting file for a user or a group
"Auto Attendant" - a announcement for a AutoAttendant
"Announcement1" - the first queue message for a user or group
"Announcement2" - the second queue message for a user or group
"Name" - the name of a user