User Guide for Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Release 8.6 (MeetingPlace Scheduling)
Changing Account Basics
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Changing Account Basics

Changing Account Basics

The Account Basics page displays information about your user account. Most of the information was set up by your system administrator when your account was created.

Updating Your Name, Time Zone, Language, or Billing Code Information

Procedure
    Step 1   Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
    Step 2   Select Account.
    Step 3   Update your personal information settings.
    Option Action

    Time Zone

    Select your time zone. This information is used to configure your scheduling and notification activities.

    Language

    Select your meeting language. This setting is used to determine your default language when you sign in to the web conferencing system, or sign in from your phone.

    Billing code

    Enter the billing code used by your organization for meetings you hold on Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

    Username of Delegate

    Enter the username of the person who is permitted to complete certain actions on your behalf. This includes rescheduling, viewing, deleting, and ending your meetings.

    Note   

    A delegate cannot schedule meetings on your behalf. Only users with System administrator or Attendant privileges can schedule meetings for other users. To assign someone as your delegate, contact your system administrator.

    Step 4   Select Submit to finish.

    Related Concepts

    Updating Your Contact Information

    Procedure
      Step 1   Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
      Step 2   Select Account.
      Step 3   Scroll down to the Attend Settings section and modify your settings.
      Option Action

      Phone Number

      Enter your main phone number.

      Alternate Phone Number, Alternate Phone Number 2

      Enter alternate phone numbers that can be used to reach you, such as a mobile phone or other number.

      Pager Type

      Select the type of pager service you use.

      Pager Number

      Enter your pager number.

      Method of Attending

      Select your preferred method of joining a meeting.

      Ways to Find Me

      Select the order in which the system will dial your main, alternate, and pager numbers.

      Step 4   Select Submit.

      Related Concepts

      Updating Your Email Address

      Cisco Unified MeetingPlace uses your email address to send you meeting notifications. Complete this procedure to update your email address or your preferred method for receiving notifications.

      Procedure
        Step 1   Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
        Step 2   Select Account.
        Step 3   Scroll down to the Receiving Notifications section and modify your setting.
        Option Action

        E-Mail Address

        Enter your email address. This setting can either be your full Internet email address (for example, UserName@CompanyName.com) or your email alias (for example, John Smith).

        Step 4   Select Submit.

        Related Concepts

        Password Restrictions in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace

        There are three types of passwords you may use in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

        • The password associated with your profile when you sign in from the web.
        • The password (PIN) associated with your profile when you sign in from the phone.
        • A specific password you assign when you schedule a meeting. If you schedule a meeting with a password, all users will need to enter the password in order to attend your meeting.

        The following table describes the restrictions associated with each password.

        Password Type

        Restrictions

        Password that is used to sign in through the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
        Note   

        This password is associated with your username.

        • This password must be the minimum length set by your system administrator. By default, the minimum length is five characters.
        • This password can contain up to 24 numbers and letters.
        • This password is case-sensitive and cannot be blank.
        Note   

        This password is also subject to any rules established by your system administrator.

        Password that is used to sign in to Cisco Unified MeetingPlace through a phone or by using your Cisco Unified IP Phone

        Note   

        This password is associated with your phone profile number and is also referred to as your PIN.

        • This password must be the minimum length set by your system administrator. By default, the minimum password length is five characters.
        • This password can contain only numbers.
        • This password cannot be more than 24 characters long and cannot be blank.
        Note   

        This password is also subject to any rules established by your system administrator.

        Meeting password.

        This password is specified by the meeting scheduler when scheduling the meeting.

        This password can include letters or numbers or both.

        Note   

        In languages other than English, the password can only include numbers.

        Changing Your Cisco Unified MeetingPlace Profile Passwords

        Before You Begin

        Read the topic on password restrictions in Cisco Unified MeetingPlace.

        Procedure
          Step 1   Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
          Step 2   Select Account.
          Step 3   Select Change Password.
          Step 4   Change the applicable password on the Change Passwords page.
          • Username Password refers to the password you use on the web.
          • Profile PIN refers to the password you use on the phone.
          Step 5   Select Submit when finished.

          Assigning a User to Be Your Delegate

          A delegate is a person who is permitted to complete certain actions on your behalf. This includes rescheduling, viewing, deleting, and ending your meetings. A delegate cannot schedule meetings on your behalf. (Only users with System administrator or Attendant privileges can schedule meetings for other users.) A delegate is also restricted from changing user permissions before or during a meeting.

          Before You Begin

          A Delegate is a user type. Your system administrator must classify users as Delegates before you can select them.

          Procedure
            Step 1   Sign in to the Cisco Unified MeetingPlace web scheduling interface.
            Step 2   Select Account.
            Step 3   Enter the username of the user you are assigning in the field.