User Guide for IM and Presence Service on Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Release 9.0(1)
Getting Started with the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options Interface
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Getting Started with the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options Interface

Getting Started with the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options Interface

Supported Browsers

The Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options interface supports these browsers:

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8
  • Firefox 3.x

Note


IM and Presence does not currently support Safari or Google Chrome.


Signing In to Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options

Before You Begin

You use the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options interface to customize settings, create personal response messages and organize contacts.

  • To be able to sign into the Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options interface, the administrator must assign the user to the "Standard CCM End User" Group.
  • Obtain the following information from your system administrator:
    • A URL address for Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options.
    • Your username and password for Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options.
  • Make sure you are using a supported browser.
Procedure
    Step 1   Open a supported web browser on your computer.
    Step 2   Enter the URL address for Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options, similar to: http://<IM and Presence server>/cupuser.
    Step 3   Enter your username for Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options.
    Step 4   Enter your password Cisco Unified CM IM and Presence User Options provided by your system administrator.
    Step 5   Select Login.

    To sign out of the User Options interface, select Logout in the upper, right corner of the User Options window. For security purposes, you will be automatically signed out of User Options after thirty minutes of inactivity.


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