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Organization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM Auto Attendants > Key Mapping Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2006-07-28

Use the Key Mapping tab on the auto attendant's Property sheet to define the telephone keys that callers can press when they reach the Unified Messaging (UM) auto attendant. You can define separate key mappings for business hours and non-business hours. A key mapping is defined as an entry in a table that has as many as nine entries. The 0 (zero) key is reserved for a transfer to the operator.

For example, a key mapping that is used during business hours may enable a call transfer to another extension where a human operator or receptionist is available. For non-business hours, the option to transfer to another extension may not be available, or the call may be forwarded to a UM-enabled mailbox so the caller can leave a voice message.

Enable business hours key mapping

Use this check box to enable specific key mappings that will be used during business hours. When you enable business hours key mapping, you can add new key mappings for business hours.

  • Add   Use this option button to create a key mapping and configure the appropriate key mappings.

  • Edit   Use this option button to change the key mappings for a key mapping entry.

  • Remove   Use this option button to delete a key mapping entry.

Enable non-business hours key mapping

Use this check box to enable specific key mappings that will be used during non-business hours. When you enable non-business hours key mapping, you can add new key mappings for non-business hours.

  • Add   Use this option button to create a key mapping and configure the appropriate key mappings.

  • Edit   Use this option button to change the key mappings for a key mapping entry.

  • Remove   Use this option button to delete a key mapping entry.

For more information about the Key Mapping Entry dialog box, see Organization Configuration > Unified Messaging > UM Auto Attendants > Key Mapping Tab > Key Mapping Entry.

For more information about UM auto attendants, see the following topics:

 
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