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how to stop users bypassing your recorded message in AVAYA Aura Messaging

how to stop users bypassing your recorded message in AVAYA Aura Messaging

how to stop users bypassing your recorded message in AVAYA Aura Messaging

(OP)
I have this setting in
Administration / Messaging / System Parameters

Restrictions for Callers
Allow callers to skip greeting by pressing #: NO

# will continue to play the VM announcement but pressing 1 will BYPASS.
Is there another option i need to check in order for users NOT to be able to skip the recorded VM Message?

RE: how to stop users bypassing your recorded message in AVAYA Aura Messaging

If it doesnt need to take a message from the caller , you could use a broadcast message

ACSS (UC/SBCE/SM/SME)

Not that they mean a thing anymore , get a brain dump pass the test crash the system.

RE: how to stop users bypassing your recorded message in AVAYA Aura Messaging

Are you talking about a personal greeting in a users mailbox or something else ? Also what software level?

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