The Mailing Lists are lists composed of subscribers’ addresses
(either names or extensions). They are a convenient way to
send messages to subscribers who frequently need to
receive the same information, such as members of a department
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No single list can contain more
than 250 total entries, including
message addresses that contain
other lists (the total number of
recipients must be 250 or less).
Individually addressed subscribers
may also be added to a message
that is addressed with a list
If a message is addressed using
multiple lists, subscribers who
appear on more than one list will
receive only one copy of the message.
INTUITY Message Manager allows
subscribers to set up mailing lists
from their PC.
Mailing Lists can be created to include groups of related DEFINITY AUDIX users,
such as members of a department, allowing a message to be sent to everyone
on the list in one quick step. For example, to inform an entire department about a
scheduled meeting, one message can be created, addressed (using a
predefined list containing the names or extensions of all members of the
department), and the system will transmit a copy to each person on the list at the
specified time and date.
Subscribers are stored in lists with a unique subscriber ID that never
changes. Thus, if the system administrator changes a subscriber’s name
or extension, there is no impact on any list that subscriber is on. If the
administrator deletes a subscriber, that subscriber’s ID is “frozen” until the
Mailing List and Subscriber Data audits are run. These audits remove
deleted subscriber IDs from other subscribers’ lists as well. If the
administrator deletes, then adds the same subscriber right away, the
addition won’t “take.” That subscriber will be deleted at the next audit and
must be added again later.
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