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Avaya AAM Web Access

Avaya AAM Web Access

Avaya AAM Web Access

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Wanting to get some users web access to their Voicemail but don't want them to have access to make any changes in the preferences tab. Is there a way to disable that tab or somewhere in the admin within AAM itself where I setup their VM boxes.

RE: Avaya AAM Web Access

jsaunde7,
Build them a new COS with Web Access. Then select the permissions you want to give them. Email with wav file and so on. Then give them the link https://192.168.xx.xx:10100/ They would then enter the mailbox number and password for their mailbox and they can do what they are allowed.

RE: Avaya AAM Web Access

(OP)
@ fondog2

I've done that part but I don't even want them to have the option to select the preferences tab from the web. I can only block permissions to certain stuff but I just don't want them even poking around in the preferences tab.

RE: Avaya AAM Web Access

It cant be done unless you modify the website but that will be a pain unless you have a developer on site.

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