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upload personal greeting

upload personal greeting

upload personal greeting

Is there any way to upload a wave file as a personal greeting in Aura Messaging? Modular Messaging had web subscriber options but the AAM User Preferences seems to be lacking lots of features.

RE: upload personal greeting

I don't think you can yet in the AAM. But it sure is a trouble free box.

Ken Means

"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

RE: upload personal greeting

Thanks for confirming.

RE: upload personal greeting

You can use WAV files for the menus but as not the Personal greetings as of yet.

Assigning audio prompts to menus
Before you begin
You have access to prerecorded audio prompts in .wav format.
1. In Caller Applications Editor, expand the Caller Applications Editor folder.
2. In the Name pane, right-click the caller application and then select Properties.
3. Select the Prompts tab and then click Add.
4. Navigate to the folder that contains the prerecorded audio prompts.
5. Select a .wav file.
You can select multiple files at the same time.
6. Click OK to add the files to the caller application.
The caller application that you selected uses the prompts for any Play Prompt
action. See Menu actions on page 184.
Repeat these steps for each additional caller applicatio

Ken Means

"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
- Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

RE: upload personal greeting

yup. Did that. My issue is you can't play a wav then leave a message. You can only play a wav then transfer to another mailbox.

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