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IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

(OP)
Any way to disable this or remove this error? They are not using the app for messaging - just calls.

ACSS / ACIS

RE: IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

(OP)
Never mind on this one - updated to the new FQDN on One-X and error went away.

ACSS / ACIS

RE: IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

Hello,
We had similar issuue. We opened a SR and we disabled messaging following the suggestion of Avaya engineer :
"Messaging Icon can be removed from workplace, and this be controlled using 46xxsettings file.
Option - SET ENABLE_IPO_PORTAL_MESSAGING 1 (enables IPO messaging)
SET ENABLE_IPO_PORTAL_MESSAGING 0 ( disables )

When you disable IPO Portal Messaging icon will become invisible." .
When you change 46xxsettings , you have to reset to default Workplace Application & program it again.
Best regards.

RE: IX Workplace - "Your messages may not be up to date"

For not IP Office specific Workplace controls:
https://documentation.avaya.com/bundle/Planning_Ad...

... and if you really want to go off-piste, manually edit the configdata.xml file in C:\\Users\<username>\AppData\Roaming\Avaya\Avaya IX Workplace

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

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