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Cleaning up unused voice mailboxes

Cleaning up unused voice mailboxes

Cleaning up unused voice mailboxes

Other than printing out all the voice mailboxes that have exceeded storage to weed out the unused, is there a way to search for mailboxes that haven’t been logged onto for a period of time?  I’m trying to clean up ports on the switch and in voice mail.


RE: Cleaning up unused voice mailboxes

I believe that you can list these mail boxes by last date accessed.  However, the simplist way I have found to clean up mailboxes is to list the DN's by Name and DN in the PBX (LD 95) then list all of the mailboxes in the voice mail system and create a deletion list for the voice mail.

RE: Cleaning up unused voice mailboxes

In meridian Mail go to System Status and Maintenance then System Event and Error Reports then Seer Retrieval and in SEER Class type 91. Leave the report start and end date blank and you will see SEERs for the last couple weeks. In this you will find stal mailboxes. These are mailboxes that have not been accessed in over 30 days.

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