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System terminates recording before the user finishes

Busy signal when calling Voice Mail Service

Menu, Submenu, Announcement, or Personal Greeting is cut off

Messages cannot be left in a user’s voice mailbox

Calls are not being transferred properly

Message Waiting Light is not turning on and off

A user is unable to log in to Voice Mail Service

Message Lights not being turned on/off in a timely manner

Calls not being answered by the correct Automated Attendant

Outcalling is delayed

Outcalling to a pager is not working

Outcalling to a telephone is not working

System does not respond to entered digits

Unanswered transferred calls ring continuously

Call Answer Service takes too long to answer calls

Call Answer Service ends message while caller records

Message cannot be deposited in mailbox

User is unable to log in to Voice Mail Service

Date or time in message headers is incorrect

User cannot forward messages to another user

The PARTNER Messaging system is not answering calls

Caller cannot switch between Primary /Secondary Languages

Cannot understand language prompts

Outside callers who should receive Automated Attendant Service hear ringing, but the system does not answer

Outside callers hear silence, tones, or ringing during transfer

The Automated Attendant does not answer immediately

Caller is immediately informed that call is being transferred to the operator

Callers hear prompt that they cannot leave a message because this mailbox is full

Callers claim they are leaving messages in a mailbox, but the mailbox owner is not getting any messages, and their message waiting light is not being turned on

User complains they are receiving messages for another mailbox

Hearing messages in a different order; the newer messages before the older messages

You have added an extension to a Directory List, but the extension is not announced when the Directory Submenu plays (Release 7.0 or later)

User complains they cannot get Record-a-Call to work when a Record-a-Call button has been programmed on their PARTNER telephone

User complains recording of a call stopped before they pressed the Record-a-Call button or before the call ended

When playing a Directory Submenu, “the submenu prompt has not been recorded” is heard

 

Business Telephone Systems

Avaya one-X Quick Edition

Voice over IP Phone System

T1 Lines

 

Trouble Shooting Guide Partner Messaging

 

PROBLEM:

The caller cannot switch between Primary and Secondary Languages.

  Possible Cause Corrective Action
  The system is set for Monolingual Mode.

Refer to Programming the System Language Mode to determine the system’s Language Mode and change the mode to Bilingual, if not already
set for that mode.

     

PROBLEM:

Cannot understand language prompts.

  Possible Cause Corrective Action
  Either a language you do not understand was inadvertently chosen while programming, or you do not understand the factory-set language. Note that the language for the programming prompts can determine if the System differ from the System (or Primary) Language.

Change the language to one you understand.

• See Selecting System Administration Prompt Language to determine if the System Administration Prompt Language needs to be changed.

• See Programming the System Language Mode if the system is set for Monolingual Mode and the System
Language needs to be changed.
• SeeProgramming the System Language Mode if the system is set for Bilingual
Mode and the Primary Language needs to be changed.

     
  The message has been forwarded the maximum of 13 times. Verify the number of times the message has been forwarded.

PROBLEM:

Outside callers who should receive Automated Attendant Service hear ringing, but the system does not answer.
  Possible Cause Corrective Action
  All PARTNER Messaging ports are in use. (This is normal operation when all ports are in use.)

If you have a 2-port or 4-port system, you can upgrade the system with more ports by replacing the Port Card with a 4-port or 6-port card, as appropriate.
If the systems’ users are using the Record-a-Call feature, each call being recorded uses one PARTNER Messaging port while the message is being recorded or listened to. If your system has four ports, you may want to
upgrade the system to six ports.

     
  The Port Card is not installed, is not installed correctly, or is defective.

• If the Port Card is not installed, install it.
• Check that the Port Card is installed in Card Slot 1, the left-most PCMCIA card slot in the PARTNER Messaging
module. If the Port Card is in the incorrect slot, remove it, and install it in the correct slot.
• If a Port Card is installed in Card Slot 1, the left-most PCMCIA card slot, remove it from the PARTNER Messaging module and reinstall it in Card Slot 1, making sure it is connected
securely.
• If the Port Card is defective, it must be replaced. Call your authorized dealer or call the helpline at 732-751-0101.

     
  The PARTNER Messaging module is not seated correctly in the communications system carrier, or the module is defective. • If the System Status LED is not lit, power down the communications system, remove the PARTNER Messaging module and reseat the module in the communications system's
carrier. Make sure the Port Card is securely connected in Card Slot 1, then power on the communications system.
If the System Status LED does not light then the module may be defective. Call the helpline at 732-751-0101 for
help.
• If the System Status LED is red (other than for the instant in which the system is starting up), power down the communications system, remove the PARTNER Messaging module and reseat the module in the communications system’s carrier. Make sure the Port
Card is securely connected in Card Slot 1, then power on the communications system.
• If the System Status LED stays red for more than just an instant, then the module may be defective. Contact your
authorized Avaya dealer at 732-751-0101..
     
  PARTNER Messaging or the communications system may not be programmed properly. • Verify in the communications system programming that the PARTNER Messaging port extensions are correctly
assigned to Hunt Group 7.
– Refer to the appropriate planning form for your communications system to
determine the correct extension numbers for the PARTNER Messaging ports. Then, on the communications system,
use Hunt Group Extensions (#505) programming to verify that the port
extensions are assigned to Hunt Group 7.
• Verify that the lines to be answered by the Automated Attendants have been
correctly assigned to Hunt Group 7; on the communications system, use
the Group Call Distribution procedure (#206, Option 1 = Assigned).
• If you are using the communications system’s VMS Line Cover feature to
assign lines for Automated Attendant Service, verify that the lines have been correctly assigned using the VMS Line
Cover programming procedure (#206, Option 3 = VMS Line Cover).

 

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