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AAM Audix TUI un-delete message

AAM Audix TUI un-delete message

AAM Audix TUI un-delete message

I am currently converting from MM to AAM 6.3 and have found that the un-delete command (**8) no longer works with the Audix TUI. I have found an option in the AAM COS for "Message Restore Allowed" and documentation states that by having this enabled, a user can restore a deleted message before logging out of the mailbox. I have enabled this option on a test subscriber but have had no luck making it work. Any help on how to implement this feature would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

RE: AAM Audix TUI un-delete message

I assume that the user is a avaya message store and not Exchnage right ?

Ken Means

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RE: AAM Audix TUI un-delete message

Yes... Avaya Message Store

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