After the initial group of subscribers
has been added, you can delete subscribers as employees leave your company.
Removing a subscriber means deleting the
subscriber's name and extension from the system directories and deleting the
subscriber's recorded name fragment. You need to remove subscribers any time
they leave your company or no longer require AUDIX messaging service.
After the subscriber is removed, all records
pertaining to the subscriber are deleted automatically by AUDIX audits
that are executed every Sunday morning at 1:00 a.m. For more information
about audits, see Voice Messaging Database Audit
To remove a subscriber:
- Start at the Messaging Administration
main menu and select:
The system displays the SSH
User Authentication dialog box. Enter your login, for example, sa or vm,
User name field and your password in the
field. Click Login. The system then displays the AUDIX
Command Prompt screen.
- At the
prompt, enter remove subscriber name/extension, where
name/extension is the name or telephone extension of the subscriber
you want to remove from the system database.
The system displays the Subscriber
screen, Page 1.
- Check that this is the
subscriber you want to delete.
- Press F3 (Enter) to delete
The cursor returns to the command
line, and the system displays the following message:
Command Successfully Completed
- Enter another
administrative command at the
enter command: prompt.