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How to Add Message Waiting Indicators to General Delivery Mailboxes for Subscribed Users

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I have setup 2 general delivery mailboxes for about 4 users each. I would like them to have their message waiting indicator light on when a message is left.  Im not sure if this is possible.  Right now they have to login their mailbox and check general delivery mailboxes as well.  Just kind of a pain if they dont know theres a message waiting.
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I'm not sure if this will help, but I've been working on a similar problem and thought I'd at least share it just in case.

http://www.uc500.com/setting-group-lines-uc520
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turns out this cant be down according to cisco tac
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