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Avaya voicemail pro email subject in the registry

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We need to change the default subject when voicemail pro sends the email. I've found articles saying you can but only says to change it in the registry.  I' changed the subject in the registry but it does not change the email being sent. I disabled the mail server settings in the ip office to make sure it was not coming from the ip office. Any ideas.
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by:JAN PAKULA
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Have you restarted Server holding avaya pro (registry changes will be applied after restart)
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by:ChuckT
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Yes I have restarted ?
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I got it,
had to change registry key  CustomizeEmailFields to Y
now it pulls from the registry
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Looking further in the registry I found the solution
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