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Release Notes for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Table Of Contents

Release Notes for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Contents

System Requirements

Hardware Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Languages Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Files Included in Cisco Unity Express 3.2

Cisco Unity Express Software Licenses and Factory-Set Limits

NME-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE-EC Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

1-GB AIM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

Software Upgrade Overview

Software Compatibility

Determining the Software Version and License

New Features and Enhancements

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.5

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.4

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.3

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.2

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1

New Language Support

Integration with Multiple Cisco Unified CME Sites

Nonsubscriber Recipients in Distribution Lists

Integrated Messaging Support for Apple Macintosh Users

PINless Login to Voice-Mail

Enhanced Installation Procedures and Increased Upgrade Paths

Password Synchronization Between Cisco Unity Express and Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Login Banner Support for CLI Access

New CLI Commands

New CLI Commands in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 and Later Versions

Caveats

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.1

Resolved Caveats—Unity Express Version 3.2.5

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

Additional References

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines


Release Notes for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x


Last Updated: October 19, 2010

Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Text Part Number OL-17015-05

These release notes support Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x up to and including Cisco Unity Express 3.2.3. These release notes are updated as needed.

We recommend that you read the field notices for this version to see if your software or hardware platforms are affected. If you have an account on Cisco.com, you can find field notices at http://www.cisco.com/warp/customer/tech_tips/index/fn.html. If you do not have a Cisco.com login account, you can find field notices at http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/tech_tips/index/fn.html.

Table 1 describes the history of this Cisco Unity Express version.

Table 1 Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x History

Cisco Unity Express Version
Released

3.2.1

July 21, 2008

3.2.2

January 26, 2009

3.2.3

May 6, 2009

3.2.4

September 25, 2009

3.2.5

October 5, 2010



Note The user documentation for Cisco Unity Express refers to this version as 3.2. The 3.2.5 version is the fifth released version for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.


Contents

These release notes contain the following sections:

System Requirements

New Features and Enhancements

Caveats

Additional References

Obtaining Documentation, Obtaining Support, and Security Guidelines

System Requirements

Hardware and software requirements for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x are in the following sections:

Hardware Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Languages Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Files Included in Cisco Unity Express 3.2

Cisco Unity Express Software Licenses and Factory-Set Limits

NME-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE-EC Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

1-GB AIM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

Software Upgrade Overview

Software Compatibility

Determining the Software Version and License

Hardware Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Table 2 lists supported platforms and the minimum Cisco IOS release required to support Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x on the NME-CUE, NM-CUE-EC, NM-CUE, and AIM-CUE.

Table 2 Supported Platforms in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x and Minimum Cisco IOS Release Required 

Cisco Platform
Cisco Unity Express Enhanced Network Module (NME-CUE)
Cisco Unity Express Network Module Extended Capacity (NM-CUE-EC)
Cisco Unity Express Network Module (NM-CUE)
Cisco Unity Express AIM-CUE 1

Cisco 18612

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Not Applicable

Cisco 2801

12.3(8)T4

Cisco 2811
Cisco 2821
Cisco 2851

12.4(9)T

12.3(11)T5, 12.3(14)T1, 12.4(1)

12.3(8)T4

12.3(8)T4

Cisco 3825
Cisco 3845

12.4(9)T

12.3(11)T5, 12.3(14)T1, 12.4(1)

12.3(11)T

12.3(11)T

1 Only the 1 GB AIM module is supported in version 3.2.

2 The Cisco 1861 ships with 12.4(11)XW4 or 12.4(20)T pre-installed.


Languages Supported for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x

Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x supports different languages for the telephony user interface and the VoiceView Express user interface. The GUI pages, CLI commands, and the IMAP interface are only available in English.

Multiple languages can be installed on the system at one time. You can install up to five languages at one time on the NME-CUE, NM-CUE-EC, and the NM-CUE. You can install up to two languages on the 1-GB AIM-CUE.

Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x supports the following languages:

Arabic

Chinese (Mandarin)

Danish

Dutch

English (United Kingdom)

English (United States)

French (Canada)

French (Europe)

German

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Portuguese (Brazil)

Russian

Spanish (Europe)

Spanish (Latin America)

Spanish (Mexico)

Swedish

Turkish

Files Included in Cisco Unity Express 3.2

For the list of files included in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x, see the Cisco Unity Express 3.2 Installation and Upgrade Guide.

Cisco Unity Express Software Licenses and Factory-Set Limits

Factory-set system limits are determined by the ordered license and are different for each network module type. See the following sections for the software licenses and factory-set limits supported for each network module type:

NME-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE-EC Software Licenses and System Limits

NM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

1-GB AIM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

NME-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

To download Cisco Unity Express software licenses, you must have an account on Cisco.com. In Cisco.com, go to the Software Center for Cisco Unity Express at:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl?topic=278535672

In Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x, the NME-CUE supports up to 5 languages to be installed concurrently.

This section describes the software licenses and system limits for the NME-CUE:

Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NME-CUE, Table 3

NME-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours and Historical Reporting Storage, Table 5

NME-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members, Table 5

NME-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts, and Triggers, Table 6

NME-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles, Table 7

NME-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications, Table 8

Table 3 lists the Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x licenses supported on the NME-CUE.

Table 3 Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NME-CUE 

License Type
Supported Licenses

Cisco Unified Communications Manager

Voice Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CCM-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CCM-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CCM-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CCM-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-150CCM-3.2.x — 150 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-200CCM-3.2.x — 200 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-250CCM-3.2.x — 250 mailboxes

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Voice-Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CME-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CME-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CME-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CME-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-150CME-3.2.x — 150 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-200CME-3.2.x — 200 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-250CME-3.2.x — 250 mailboxes

Voice-Mail Port Licenses1

SCUE-LIC-PORT-2 — 2 incremental port upgrade

SCUE-LIC-PORT-2= — 2 incremental port upgrade (spare)

Interactive Voice Response (requires purchase of an additional license)

SCUE-IVR-S2-3.2.x — 2 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S4-3.2.x — 4 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S8-3.2.x — 8 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S16-3.2.x — 16 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S20-3.2.x — 20 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVRUPG-S2=2 — 2 IVR session upgrade for 2-14 sessions

SCUE-IVRUPG-S2V3 — 2 IVR session upgrade if running a license of 16 sessions or higher

1 Voice-Mail port licenses are supported on the NME-CUE only.

2 This upgrade license adds 2 IVR sessions. See Table 22 for the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for each specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox license.

3 Supported on NME-CUE only.



Note Depending on the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license installed, only selected Interactive Voice Response licenses can be installed. Table 7 shows the Interactive Voice Response licenses that are compatible with specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox licenses on the NME-CUE.


Table 4 lists the system capacities for mailboxes, ports, storage hours, and historical reporting storage for the NME-CUE.

Table 4 NME-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours and Historical Reporting Storage 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Total Mailbox Storage (Hrs)
Default Mailbox Size (Sec) 1
No. of Concurrent Voice Mail (VM),
Auto-Attendant (AA) and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Ports/Sessions 2
No. of Attachments per E-mail
E-mail/Fax Max Queue Size
No. of Days of Historical Reporting Data Stored
No. of Historical Reporting Clients Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

300

63529

24 —VM/AA only

24 — 2 VM/AA,
  22 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

300

36000

24 —VM/AA only

24 — 2 VM/AA,
  22 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

300

16115

24 —VM/AA only

24 — 4 VM/AA,
  20 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

300

9000

24 —VM/AA only

24 — 6 VM/AA,
  18 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

300

6171

24 —VM/AA only

24 —10 VM/AA,
   14 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

300

4800

24 —VM/AA only

24 —10 VM/AA,
 14 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

300

3297

24 —VM/AA only

24 —12 VM/AA,
  12 IVR

5

500

365

2

1 The default mailbox size calculation includes the allocation for the General Delivery Mailboxes (GDMs).

2 The first number shown is for systems running VM and AA only. The second set of numbers shown is for systems with the optional IVR license installed. On these systems, ports are dedicated to either VM/AA, or IVR. The number of VM/AA and IVR ports is fixed, and unused VM/AA ports cannot be used for IVR, and unused IVR ports cannot be used for VM/AA.


Table 5 lists the maximum number of mailboxes, users, groups, owners and members supported on the NME-CUE.

Table 5 NME-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Default No. of Personal Mailboxes
Default No. of General Delivery Mailboxes
Total
No. of
Mailboxes
No. of Users
No. of Public Distribution Lists
No. of Groups
No. of Owners
No. of Members

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

12

5

17

24

25

20

400

880

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

25

10

35

50

25

20

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

50

15

65

100

25

30

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

100

20

120

200

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

150

25

175

300

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

200

25

225

300

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

250

25

275

300

25

40

400

1000


Table 6 lists the system capacities for scripts, prompts, and triggers supported on the NME-CUE.

Table 6 NME-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts, and Triggers 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
No. of Custom Scripts
Custom Prompt Capacity per Installed Language 1
No. of VoiceXML Web Apps
No. of Triggers
No. of Custom HTTP Triggers

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

8

250 minutes

8

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

8

1 In versions before Cisco Unity Express 3.0, the number of custom prompts supported was a fixed number based on the type of hardware. Beginning with Cisco Unity Express 3.0, any number of custom prompts is supported for up to 250 minutes per installed language.


Table 7 shows the NME-CUE system capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database profiles, and the optional IVR license software SKUs that are compatible with the Cisco Unity Express license software SKUs. The compatibility is enforced when installing the IVR licenses. If you attempt to install an IVR license that supports more IVR sessions than the Cisco Unity Express license allows, then the IVR installation will be unsuccessful. These combinations of software licenses are marked "Installation Not Supported."

Depending on the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license, the license upgrade supporting 2 additional IVR sessions may be installed.

Table 7 NME-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
IVR License Software/SKU
Max Sessions of HTTP Triggers 1
No. of Database Profiles
No. of Database Connections/Profile 2

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

20

8

40

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

20

8

40

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

20

8

40

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

1 The maximum number of sessions of HTTP triggers is determined by the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of HTTP trigger sessions is 6. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of HTTP trigger sessions supported will increase by the same amount. For the maximum number of IVR sessions supported on each license, see the No. of Concurrent Voice Mail, Auto-Attendant, and Interactive Voice Response Ports/Sessions column in Table 4.

2 The maximum number of database connections per profile is twice the number of sessions supported in the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of database connections per profile supported is 12. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of database connections per profile supported will increase.


Table 8 shows the maximum number of documents and applications supported on the NME-CUE.

Table 8 NME-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Max Size Template Docs
Max Size Tiff Docs
Max Size Generic Docs
No. of Template Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Tiff Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Generic Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Custom AA Apps
No. of Custom IVR Apps

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8


NM-CUE-EC Software Licenses and System Limits

To download Cisco Unity Express software licenses, you must have an account on Cisco.com. In Cisco.com, go to the Software Center for Cisco Unity Express at:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl?topic=278535672

In Cisco Unity Express 3.2, the NM-CUE-EC supports up to 5 languages to be installed concurrently.

This section describes system limits for the NM-CUE-EC:

Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NM-CUE-EC, Table 9

NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage, Table 10

NM-CUE-EC Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members, Table 11

NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts and Triggers, Table 12

NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles, Table 13

NM-CUE-EC Maximum Number of Documents and Applications, Table 14

Table 9 lists the Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x licenses supported on the NM-CUE-EC.

Table 9 Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NM-CUE-EC

License Type
Supported Licenses

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager

Voice-Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CCM-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CCM-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CCM-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CCM-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-150CCM-3.2.x — 150 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-200CCM-3.2.x — 200 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-250CCM-3.2.x — 250 mailboxes

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Voice-Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CME-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CME-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CME-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CME-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-150CME-3.2.x — 150 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-200CME-3.2.x — 200 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-250CME-3.2.x — 250 mailboxes

Interactive Voice Response (requires purchase of an additional license)

SCUE-IVR-S2-3.2.x — 2 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S4-3.2.x — 4 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S8-3.2.x — 8 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVRUPG-S2=1 — 2 IVR session upgrade

1 This upgrade license adds 2 IVR sessions. See Table 22 for the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for each specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox license.



Note Depending on the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license installed, only selected Interactive Voice Response licenses can be installed. Table 13 shows the Interactive Voice Response licenses that are compatible with specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox licenses on the NM-CUE-EC.


Table 10 lists the system capacities for mailboxes, ports, storage hours, and historical reporting storage for the NM-CUE-EC.

Table 10 NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Total Mailbox Storage (Hrs)
Default Mailbox Size (Sec) 1
No. of Concurrent Voice Mail (VM),
Auto-Attendant (AA), and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Ports/Sessions 2
No. of Attachments per E-mail
E-mail/Fax Max Queue Size
No. of Days of Historical Reporting Data Stored
No. of Historical Reporting Clients Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

300

63529

16 —VM/AA only

16 — 2 VM/AA,
     14 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

300

36000

16 —VM/AA only

16 — 2 VM/AA,
  14 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

300

16115

16 — VM/AA only

16 — 4 VM/AA,
  12 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

300

9600

16 — VM/AA only

16 — 6 VM/AA,
  10 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

300

6171

16 — VM/AA only

16 — 10 VM/AA,
  6 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

300

4800

16 — VM/AA only

16 — 10 VM/AA,
  6 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

300

3297

16 — VM/AA only

16 — 12 VM/AA,
  4 IVR

5

500

365

2

1 The default mailbox size calculation includes the allocation for the General Delivery Mailboxes (GDMs).

2 The first number shown is for systems running VM and AA only. The second set of numbers shown is for systems with the optional IVR license installed. On these systems, ports are dedicated to either VM/AA, or IVR. The number of VM/AA and IVR ports is fixed, and unused VM/AA ports cannot be used for IVR, and unused IVR ports cannot be used for VM/AA.


Table 11 lists the maximum number of mailboxes, users, groups, owners, and members supported on the NM-CUE-EC.

Table 11 NM-CUE-EC Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Default No. of Personal Mailboxes
Default No. of General Delivery Mailboxes
Total
No. of
Mailboxes
No. of Users
No. of Public Distribution Lists
No. of Groups
No. of Owners
No. of Members

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

12

5

17

24

25

20

400

880

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

25

10

35

50

25

20

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

50

15

65

100

25

30

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

100

20

120

200

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

150

25

175

300

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

200

25

225

300

25

40

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

250

25

275

300

25

40

400

1000


Table 12 lists the system capacities for scripts, prompts, and triggers supported on the NM-CUE-EC.

Table 12 NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts and Triggers 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
No. of Custom Scripts
Custom Prompt Capacity per Installed Language 1
No. of VoiceXML Web Apps
No. of Triggers
No. of Custom HTTP Triggers

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

1 In versions before Cisco Unity Express 3.0, the number of custom prompts supported was a fixed number based on the type of hardware. Beginning with Cisco Unity Express 3.0, any number of custom prompts is supported for up to 250 minutes per installed language.


Table 13 shows the NM-CUE-EC system capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database profiles, and the optional IVR license software SKUs that are compatible with the Cisco Unity Express license software SKUs. The compatibility is enforced when installing the IVR licenses. If you attempt to install an IVR license that supports more IVR sessions than the Cisco Unity Express license allows, then the IVR installation will be unsuccessful. These combinations of software licenses are marked "Installation Not Supported."

Depending on the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license, the license upgrade supporting 2 additional IVR sessions may be installed.

Table 13 NM-CUE-EC System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
IVR License Software/SKU
Max Sessions of HTTP Triggers 1
No. of Database Profiles
No. of Database Connections/Profile 2

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

20

8

40

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

16

8

32

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

20

8

40

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

8

8

16

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

1 The maximum number of sessions of HTTP triggers is determined by the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of HTTP trigger sessions is 6. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of HTTP trigger sessions supported will increase by the same amount. For the maximum number of IVR sessions supported on each license, see the No. of Concurrent Voice Mail, Auto-Attendant, and Interactive Voice Response Ports/Sessions column in Table 10.

2 The maximum number of database connections per profile is twice the number of sessions supported in the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of database connections per profile supported is 12. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of database connections per profile supported increases.


Table 14 shows the maximum number of documents and applications supported on the NM-CUE-EC.

Table 14 NM-CUE-EC Maximum Number of Documents and Applications 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Max Size Template Docs
Max Size Tiff Docs
Max Size Generic Docs
No. of Template Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Tiff Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Generic Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Custom AA Apps
No. of Custom IVR Apps

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8


NM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

This section describes system limits for the NM-CUE:

Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NM-CUE, Table 15

NM-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage, Table 16

NM-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members, Table 17

NM-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts, and Triggers, Table 18

NM-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles, Table 19

NM-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications, Table 20

In Cisco Unity Express 3.2, the NM-CUE supports up to 5 languages to be installed concurrently.

To download Cisco Unity Express software licenses, you must have an account on Cisco.com. In Cisco.com, go to the Software Center for Cisco Unity Express at:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl?topic=278535672

Table 15 Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on NM-CUE

License Type
Supported Licenses

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager

Voice-Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CCM-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CCM-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CCM-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CCM-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Voice-Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CME-3.2.x — 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CME-3.2.x — 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CME-3.2.x — 50 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-100CME-3.2.x — 100 mailboxes

Interactive Voice Response (requires purchase of an additional license)

SCUE-IVR-S2-3.2.x — 2 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S4-3.2.x — 4 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVRUPG-S2=1 — 2 IVR session upgrade

1 This upgrade license adds 2 IVR sessions. See Table 22 for the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for each specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox license.



Note Depending on the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license installed, only selected Interactive Voice Response licenses can be installed. Table 19 shows the Interactive Voice Response licenses that are compatible with specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox licenses on the NM-CUE.


Table 16 lists the system capacities for mailboxes, ports, storage hours, and historical reporting storage for the NM-CUE.

Table 16 NM-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Total Mailbox Storage (Hrs)
Default Mailbox Size (Sec) 1
No. of Concurrent Voice-Mail (VM),
Auto-Attendant (AA), and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) Ports/Sessions 2
No. of Attachments per E-mail
E-mail/Fax Max Queue Size
No. of Days of Historical Reporting Data Stored
No. of Historical Reporting Clients Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

100

21120

8 — VM/AA only

8 — 2 VM/AA,
  6 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

100

10260

8 — VM/AA only

8 — 2 VM/AA,
  6 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

100

5520

8 — VM/AA only

8 — 4 VM/AA,
  4 IVR

5

500

365

2

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

100

3000

8 — VM/AA only

8 — 6 VM/AA,
  2 IVR

5

500

365

2

1 The default mailbox size calculation includes the allocation for the General Delivery Mailboxes (GDMs).

2 The first number shown is for systems running VM and AA only. The second set of numbers shown is for systems with the optional IVR license installed. On these systems, ports are dedicated to either VM/AA, or IVR. The number of VM/AA and IVR ports is fixed, and unused VM/AA ports cannot be used for IVR, and unused IVR ports cannot be used for VM/AA.


Table 17 lists the maximum number of mailboxes, users, groups, owners, and members supported on the NM-CUE.

Table 17 NM-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Default No. of Personal Mailboxes
Default No. of General Delivery Mailboxes
Total
No. of
Mailboxes
No. of Users
No. of Public Distribution Lists
No. of Groups
No. of Owners
No. of Members

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

12

5

17

24

15

20

400

880

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

25

10

35

50

15

20

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

50

15

65

100

15

30

400

1000

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

100

20

120

200

15

40

400

1000


Table 18 lists the system capacities for scripts, prompts, and triggers supported on the NM-CUE.

Table 18 NM-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts, and Triggers 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
No. of Custom Scripts
Custom Prompt Capacity per Installed Language 1
No. of VoiceXML Web Apps
No. of Triggers
No. of Custom HTTP Triggers

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8

250 minutes

4

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

4

1 In versions before Cisco Unity Express 3.0, the number of custom prompts supported was a fixed number based on the type of hardware. Beginning with Cisco Unity Express 3.0, any number of custom prompts is supported for up to 250 minutes per installed language.


Table 19 shows the NM-CUE system capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database profiles, and the optional IVR license software SKUs that are compatible with the Cisco Unity Express license software SKUs. The compatibility is enforced when installing the IVR licenses. If you attempt to install an IVR license that supports more IVR sessions than the Cisco Unity Express license allows, then the IVR installation will be unsuccessful. These combinations of software licenses are marked "Installation Not Supported."

Depending on the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license, the license upgrade supporting 2 additional IVR sessions may be installed.

Table 19 NM-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
IVR License Software/SKU
Max Sessions of HTTP Triggers 1
No. of Database Profiles
No. of Database Connections/Profile 2

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-LIC-150 licenses not supported on NM-CUE.

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-LIC-200 licenses not supported on NM-CUE.

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-LIC-250 licenses not supported on NM-CUE.

1 The maximum number of sessions of HTTP triggers is determined by the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of HTTP trigger sessions is 6. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of HTTP trigger sessions supported will increase by the same amount. For the maximum number of IVR sessions supported on each license, see the No. of Concurrent Voice Mail, Auto-Attendant, and Interactive Voice Response Ports/Sessions column in Table 16.

2 The maximum number of database connections per profile is twice the number of sessions supported in the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of database connections per profile supported is 12. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of database connections per profile supported increases.


Table 20 shows the maximum number of documents and applications supported on the NM-CUE.

Table 20 NM-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Max Size Template Docs
Max Size Tiff Docs
Max Size Generic Docs
No. of Template Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Tiff Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Generic Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Custom AA Apps
No. of Custom IVR Apps

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8


1-GB AIM-CUE Software Licenses and System Limits

To download Cisco Unity Express software licenses, you must have an account on Cisco.com. In Cisco.com, go to the Software Center for Cisco Unity Express at:

http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/tablebuild.pl?topic=278535672

The 1-GB AIM-CUE supports up to 2 languages to be installed concurrently.

This section describes system limits for the 1-GB AIM-CUE:

Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on AIM-CUE, Table 21

AIM-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage, Table 22

AIM-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members, Table 23

AIM-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts and Triggers, Table 24

AIM-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles, Table 25

AIM-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications, Table 26

Table 21 Cisco Unity Express Licenses Supported on AIM-CUE 

License Type
Supported Licenses

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager

Voice Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CCM-3.2.x -— 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CCM-3.2.x -— 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CCM-3.2.x -— 50 mailboxes

Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Voice Mail and Auto-Attendant:

SCUE-LIC-12CME-3.2.x -— 12 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-25CME-3.2.x -— 25 mailboxes

SCUE-LIC-50CME-3.2.x -— 50 mailboxes

Interactive Voice Response (requires purchase of an additional license)

SCUE-IVR-S2-3.2.x — 2 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVR-S4-3.2.x — 4 IVR sessions

SCUE-IVRUPG-S2=1 — 2 IVR session upgrade

1 This upgrade license adds 2 IVR sessions. See Table 22 for the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for each specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox license.



Note Depending on the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license installed, only selected Interactive Voice Response licenses can be installed. Table 25 shows the Interactive Voice Response licenses that are compatible with specific Cisco Unity Express mailbox licenses on the AIM-CUE.


Table 22 lists the system capacities for mailboxes, ports, storage hours, and historical reporting storage for the AIM -CUE.

Table 22 AIM-CUE System Capacities for Mailboxes, Ports, Storage Hours, and Historical Reporting Storage 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Total Mailbox Storage (Hours)
Default Mailbox Size (Sec) 1
No. of Concurrent Voice Mail,
Auto-Attendant and Interactive Voice Response Ports/Sessions 2
No. of Attachments per E-mail
E-mail/Fax Max Queue Size
No. of
Days of Historical Reporting Data Stored
No. of Historical Reporting Clients Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8 (with 2 languages installed and historical reporting enabled)

14 (with 1 language installed)

2700

6 —VM/AA only

6 — 2 VM/AA,
  4 IVR

5

500

90

2

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8 (with 2 languages installed and historical reporting enabled)

14 (with 1 language installed)

1320

6 — VM/AA

6 — 2 VM/AA,
        4 IVR

5

500

90

2

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8 (with 2 languages installed and historical reporting enabled)

14 (with 1 language installed)

720

6 — VM/AA

6 — 2 VM/AA,
    4 IVR

5

500

90

2

1 The default mailbox size calculation includes the allocation for the General Delivery Mailboxes (GDMs).

2 The first number shown is for systems running VM and AA only. The second set of numbers shown is for systems with the optional IVR license installed. On these systems, ports are dedicated to either VM/AA, or IVR. The number of VM/AA and IVR ports is fixed, and unused VM/AA ports cannot be used for IVR, and unused IVR ports cannot be used for VM/AA.



Note If the license installed on the AIM-CUE supports only Voice Mail and Auto-Attendant, then historical reporting is disabled by default. If the voice mail usage is more than 8 hours, then you will not be allowed to enable historical reporting. If historical reporting is enabled, then voice-mail usage is limited to 8 hours, even if historical reporting is disabled later. In this case, you are required to reinstall the software to increase the voice mail capacity.

If the license installed on the AIM-CUE includes support for Interactive Voice Response, then the voice mail capacity is reduced to 8 hours. If the voice mail capacity is more than 8 hours when installing the IVR license, then the license installation fails, and you must reduce the voice mail usage to 8 hours before installing the license.


Table 23 lists the maximum number of mailboxes, users, groups, owners, and members supported on the AIM-CUE.

Table 23 AIM-CUE Maximum Number of Mailboxes, Users, Groups, Owners, and Members 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Default No. of Personal Mailboxes
Default No. of General Delivery Mailboxes
Total
No. of
Mailboxes
No. of Users
No. of Public Distribution Lists
No. of Groups
No. of Owners
No. of Members

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

12

5

17

24

15

20

100

500

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

25

10

35

50

15

20

100

500

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

50

15

65

100

15

30

100

500


Table 24 lists the system capacities for scripts, prompts, and triggers supported on the AIM-CUE.

Table 24 AIM-CUE System Capacities for Scripts, Prompts and Triggers 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
No. of Custom Scripts
Custom Prompt Capacity per Installed Language 1
No. of VoiceXML Web Apps
No. of Triggers
No. of Custom HTTP Triggers

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

4

50 minutes

2

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

2

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

4

50 minutes

2

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

2

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

4

50 minutes

2

8 SIP
8 JTAPI

2

1 In versions before Cisco Unity Express 3.0, the number of custom prompts supported was a fixed number based on the type of hardware. Beginning with Cisco Unity Express 3.0, any number of custom prompts is supported on the 1-GB AIM-CUE for up to 50 minutes per installed language.


Table 25 shows the AIM-CUE system capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database profiles, and the optional IVR license software SKUs that are compatible with the Cisco Unity Express license software SKUs. The compatibility is enforced when installing the IVR licenses. If you attempt to install an IVR license that supports more IVR sessions than the Cisco Unity Express license allows, then the IVR installation will be unsuccessful. These combinations of software licenses are marked "Installation Not Supported."

Depending on the maximum number of IVR sessions supported for the Cisco Unity Express mailbox license, the license upgrade supporting 2 additional IVR sessions may be installed.

Table 25 AIM-CUE System Capacities for IVR HTTP Triggers and Database Profiles 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
IVR License Software/SKU
Max Sessions of HTTP Triggers 1
No. of Database Profiles
No. of Database Connections/Profile 2

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

4

8

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S2

2

8

4

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S4

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S8

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S16

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

SCUE-IVR-S20

Installation Not Supported

SCUE-LIC-100CCM
SCUE-LIC-100CME

SCUE-LIC-100 licenses not supported on AIM-CUE.

SCUE-LIC-150CCM
SCUE-LIC-150CME

SCUE-LIC-150 licenses not supported on AIM-CUE.

SCUE-LIC-200CCM
SCUE-LIC-200CME

SCUE-LIC-200 licenses not supported on AIM-CUE.

SCUE-LIC-250CCM
SCUE-LIC-250CME

SCUE-LIC-250 licenses not supported on AIM-CUE.

1 The maximum number of sessions of HTTP triggers is determined by the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of HTTP trigger sessions is 6. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of HTTP trigger sessions supported increases by the same amount.For the maximum number of IVR sessions supported on each license, see the No. of Concurrent Voice Mail, Auto-Attendant, and Interactive Voice Response Ports/Sessions column in Table 22.

2 The maximum number of database connections per profile is twice the number of sessions supported in the IVR license installed. For example, if a 6 session IVR license is installed, then the maximum number of database connections per profile supported is 12. If the number of IVR sessions is upgraded, then the number of database connections per profile supported will increase.


Table 26 shows the maximum number of documents and applications supported on the AIM-CUE.

Table 26 AIM-CUE Maximum Number of Documents and Applications 

Cisco Unity Express License/Software SKU
Max Size Template Docs
Max Size Tiff Docs
Max Size Generic Docs
No. of Template Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Tiff Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Generic Documents (Per Installed Language)
No. of Custom AA Apps
No. of Custom IVR Apps

SCUE-LIC-12CCM
SCUE-LIC-12CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-25CCM
SCUE-LIC-25CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8

SCUE-LIC-50CCM
SCUE-LIC-50CME

8 KB

512 KB

512 KB

50

25

25

4

8


Software Upgrade Overview

Depending on the Cisco Unity Express version you are upgrading from, different software upgrade methods are available. The following methods are supported to upgrade to Cisco Unity Express 3.2:

A "clean" installation process upgrade using the online installer with the software install clean command. For specific procedures, see the "Upgrading to Cisco Unity Express Using Clean Install" section in the Cisco Unity Express 3.2 Installation and Upgrade Guide.

Upgrade using the online installer with the software install upgrade command. For specific procedures, see the "Upgrading Cisco Unity Express Using Software Install Upgrade" section in the Cisco Unity Express 3.2 Installation and Upgrade Guide.

A "clean" installation process upgrade using the boot helper. For specific procedures, see the "Reinstalling a Cisco Unity Express Image Using the Boot Helper" section in the Cisco Unity Express 3.2 Installation and Upgrade Guide. We recommend using this upgrade process only if the other methods are unsuccessful.

Table 27 provides matrixes of the upgrade processes available for the different software versions for the NME-CUE, NM-CUE-EC, NM-CUE, and AIM-CUE. Table 28 shows the upgrade processes available for the Cisco 1861. The tables show abbreviated versions of the commands used for the upgrades.

If you upgrade using either of the "clean" installation processes, the existing configuration files on the system are not preserved. Any voice mail, greetings, or passwords configured on the system are lost.

To preserve your configuration, you must first back up the existing configuration files and restore them after performing the upgrade. If the configuration files are not backed up before performing the upgrade, then Cisco Unity Express must be reconfigured.

Table 27 Cisco Unity Express Software 3.2.x and 3.1.x Upgrade Process Matrix
(NME-CUE, NM-CUE-EC, NM-CUE, and AIM-CUE) 

Upgrade From
To:
   
3.2.x
3.1.2
3.1.1

3.1.2

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

   

3.1.1

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

 

3.0.4
3.0.3
3.0.2
3.0.1

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

2.3.4

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

2.3.3
2.3.2
2.3.1

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

2.2.2
2.2.1

soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper

soft inst. clean
boot helper


Table 28 Cisco Unity Express Software Upgrade Process Matrix (Cisco 1861) 

Upgrade From
To:
   
3.2.x
3.1.2
3.1.1

3.0.3

soft inst. upgrade
soft inst. clean
boot helper

NA

NA

2.3.4.2

soft inst. clean
boot helper

NA

NA


When planning your software upgrade, consider the following:

If you upgrade the software using the online installer, downgrading to an earlier software version is not supported.

When you upgrade, make sure to upgrade to the same type of license. For example, if you are running the license SCUE-LIC-50CME, make sure to upgrade to another SCUE-LIC-xxCME license. You can upgrade to a license that offers support for more personal mailboxes. To increase your mailbox license, you must purchase a new license.

If your system is using an AIM-CUE module with 512 MB compact flash, you must upgrade to the AIM-CUE module with 1 GB compact flash before upgrading the software to Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x.

Downgrading to a license with support for fewer personal mailboxes is not supported. If you want to change the system to support fewer mailboxes, and you cannot restore any previous backups on the larger system, then you must purchase a new license and perform a new installation.

Software Compatibility

Cisco Unity Express is compatible with different versions of Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. For information about Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x compatibility, see the Cisco Unity Express Compatibility Matrix.

Determining the Software Version and License

To determine the software version of Cisco Unity Express and the license being used, perform the following steps.


Step 1 Open a Telnet session.

Step 2 Telnet to the router by entering telnet ip-address.

Step 3 Enter the user ID and password of the router.

Step 4 Enter the following command to enter the Cisco Unity Express command environment:

enable

<router password>

service-module service-engine slot/port session

Step 5 Enter Cisco Unity Express EXEC mode by entering the following command:

enable

Step 6 Enter the following command to display the Cisco Unity Express software version:

show software versions

Step 7 Enter the following command to display the Cisco Unity Express software license:

show software licenses

New Features and Enhancements

The following sections describe new features and enhancements:

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.4

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.3

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.2

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.5

The following caveats were resolved:

CSCti98893

For more information, see the "Resolved Caveats—Unity Express Version 3.2.5" section.

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.4

The following caveats were resolved:

CSCta17807

CSCsw94275

For more information, see the "Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4" section.

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.3

The following caveats were resolved:

CSCsg07933

CSCsy32881

CSCsu61612

CSCsy27645

For more information see the "Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3" section.

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.2

Caveat CSCsr74888 was resolved. For more information see the "Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2" section.

New Features and Enhancements in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1

Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1and later versions support the new features and enhancements described in this section.

New Language Support

The following new languages are supported in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 and later versions:

Arabic

Russian

Turkish


Note Language support only applies to the telephony user interface and to the VoiceView Express user interface. The GUI pages, CLI commands, and the IMAP interface are only available in English.


Integration with Multiple Cisco Unified CME Sites

This feature provides centralized voicemail/fax mail, auto attendants and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) for up to 10 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express sites. Using this feature, you can administer multiple Cisco Unified CME users at various sites using a single Cisco Unity Express GUI interface. This feature is supported on the NME-CUE only.

Nonsubscriber Recipients in Distribution Lists

Using this feature, nonsubscribers (external PSTN numbers) can now be added to distribution lists. Both subscribers and nonsubscribers can be added to the same distribution list.


Note Fax messages cannot be sent to nonsubscribers.


Integrated Messaging Support for Apple Macintosh Users

Beginning with Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1, Microsoft Entourage 2004 and 2008 for the Apple Macintosh is supported as an IMAP client.

PINless Login to Voice-Mail

This feature enables subscribers to login to a voice mailbox from either the telephony-user-interface or through VoiceView Express without entering a PIN. Subscribers can login without entering a PIN either from the subscriber phone or from any phone.

Enhanced Installation Procedures and Increased Upgrade Paths

Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 and later versions provide updated installation and upgrade procedures using the same set of files. You can upgrade from more previous versions using the online installer upgrade procedure in which a backup and restore is not required. For more information, see the "Software Upgrade Overview" section.

Password Synchronization Between Cisco Unity Express and Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express

Beginning with this version, if a subscriber's password is changed using the Configure > Users option in the Cisco Unity Express GUI, that password change is propagated to Cisco Unified
Communications Manager Express.

If the Cisco Unity Express administrator changes a subscriber's phone association using the Cisco Unity Express GUI (for example, a user is moved from ephone 1 to ephone 2) then the password is not updated on Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express.


Note Password synchronization occurs in only one direction, from Cisco Unity Express to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express. It is not possible to synchronize passwords from Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express to Cisco Unity Express.


Login Banner Support for CLI Access

This feature enables the administrator to configure a system-wide banner which is displayed to all users during login. The login banner is displayed before the user logs in to either the CLI or the GUI. The login banner can only be configured from the CLI.

New CLI Commands

The following sections list new CLI commands:

New CLI Commands in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 and Later Versions

For more information on CLI commands, see the Cisco Unity Express Command Reference for 3.0 and Later Versions.

New CLI Commands in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 and Later Versions

The following CLI commands were added in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1:

banner login

description (site)

list number

login pinless

show site

show site users

sitename

username site

web admin cme hostname

web credentials hidden (site)

web username password (site)

xml credentials hidden (site)

xml username password (site)

Caveats

Caveats describe unexpected behavior in Cisco Unity Express software releases. Severity 1 caveats are the most serious caveats. Severity 2 caveats are less serious. Severity 3 caveats are moderate caveats, and only selected severity 3 caveats are included in the caveats document.

This section contains open and resolved caveats for the current Cisco Unity Express version.

The following information is provided for each caveat:

Symptoms—A description of what is observed when the caveat occurs.

Conditions—The conditions under which the caveat has been known to occur.

Workaround—Solutions, if available, to counteract the caveat.


Note If you have an account on Cisco.com, you can use Bug Toolkit to find select caveats of any severity. Enter the following URL in your web browser: http://www.cisco.com/cgi-bin/Support/Bugtool/launch_bugtool.pl.


To find the latest Cisco Unity Express DDTS information, go to Bug Toolkit and search, by product, for Cisco Unity Express. After logging in to Bug Toolkit, select the option to search for bugs in other
Cisco software and hardware products, and select the Cisco Unity Express Network Module.

This section lists the following caveats:

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.1

Resolved Caveats—Unity Express Version 3.2.5

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

CSCti98893

Symptom: On NME-CUE, the software image doesn't boot up after installation.

Conditions: Occurs for the following:

1. With NME-CUE units that shipped after October, 2010.

2. After booting up the system with the boothelper for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.4 and earlier, or Cisco Unity Express 7.0.5 and earlier.

3. Image is installed after booting up this helper.

To confirm this problem, boot up the boothelper for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.5 or later, or 7.0.6 or later and check the following print out:


HPA Info: ...: accessable size ... MB, hpa size .... MB

If the HPA size value is 0 or close to 0, then this is the problem.

Workaround: None.

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

CSCsk29868

Symptom: Script debugging cannot be used.

Conditions: This issue is seen in all Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x releases.

Workaround: There is no workaround for this issue.

CSCso35602

Symptom: HTTPS or IMAP over SSL is not working.

Conditions: This issue is seen in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x and it happens only when Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x is installed by upgrading from one of the previous releases.

Workaround: Either generate or import the crypto key again and use the new key.

CSCso31811

Symptom: System generated messages when PIN-less mailbox access is disabled are always played in English, irrespective of the language installed or configured.

Conditions: This issue is seen in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x.

Workaround: There is no workaround for this issue.

Further Problem Description: The messages that are played in English regardless of the language(s) installed are the following:

"Your mailbox was enabled to login without a password and later it was disabled. If you have any questions, contact the system administrator."

"Your mailbox was enabled to login without a password from any phone and later it was disabled. If you have any questions, contact the system administrator."

CSCsq15839

Symptom: "Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init" error seen while trying to boot up the NME-CUE using boot helper or while reloading NME-CUE. After this error, NME-CUE gets stuck.

Conditions: Sometimes, when the NME-CUE is booted up using the boot helper, or you reload the NME-CUE, Cisco Unity Express gets stuck after displaying the error "Kernel panic - not syncing: Attempted to kill init".

Workaround: From the IOS prompt, issue the following command to reset the NME-CUE.

service-module integrated-Service-Engine integrated-Service-Engine interface number reset

CSCso95516

Symptom: Sending of E-mail fails when either a body or attachment is specified as a URL document with "file://" as the protocol.

Conditions: This problem is seen either when using an AEF script or the VXML interface. Using other protocols, such as "http:", "ftp:" or "https" works just fine.

Workaround: There is no workaround for this issue.

CSCsq20069

Symptom: Callers hear a message "System is temporarily experiencing problems" when they call in to Cisco Unity Express.

Conditions: On a system with, say, 8 ports, when the 9th call comes in, it gets queued waiting for a port to free up. Sometimes the port free up takes long, and this results in UNRECOV_ERROR. Even when the 9th call gets a port in time, the previous application hasn't completely gone away (even though the port has been freed). So the application maxsessions is still 8, hence the call gets this treatment. Since this only impacts the extra calls, and the existing 8 calls are working fine on the system, this is not a severe problem.

Workaround: Limit the number of calls coming to Cisco Unity Express using the dial-peer on Cisco Unified CME. Use the max-conn command in dial-peer configuration mode.

CSCsq46341

Symptom: Sometimes Cisco Unity Express reboots when the system is heavily loaded with maximum number of voice calls, maximum number of VVE calls and some IMAP sessions.

Conditions: This issue is seen only in the Cisco Unity Express 3.2.1 release. This issue is seen when the techsupport dump javacore <process> command is executed to create javacore. This issue is seen sometimes when Cisco Unity Express is loaded with calls and VVE sessions or IMAP sessions or large number of incoming fax messages.

Workaround: There is no workaround for this issue. Allow the system to reboot when it crashes because of this issue. Create javacore only when the system is not heavily loaded.

CSCsq74565

Symptom: GMT time played out for future delivery broadcast messages

Conditions: This issue is seen in Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x on the UC500 platform.

Workaround: Reload of the CUE module solves this problem.

Further Problem Description: After the user recorded a broadcast message for future delivery, Cisco Unity Express played back the GMT delivery time, not the expected system time.

CSCsr15392

Symptom: Upgrade or Online install fails with the message "Manifest signature validation failed for lmanifest.signed".

Conditions: System goes in to this state only in the following scenario:

1) A version 2.3.x image is installed on a version 3.x.x system using the online installer.

2) Either if the Cisco Unity Express 2.3.x image is upgraded to Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x, or if a Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x image is installed on a Cisco Unity Express 2.3.x system.

Workaround: Use the helper image or the offline installer to install the Cisco Unity Express 3.2.x image. It is recommended to backup the data and configuration before doing a clean installation so that the data and configuration can be restored back.

CSCsr18912

Symptom: Installation of Cisco Unity Express 3.x.x license on Cisco Unity Express 2.3.x or previous versions fails with the message "Package signature validation failed for pkg".

Conditions: Cisco Unity Express 3.x.x license cannot be installed on a Cisco Unity Express 2.x.x NM, NM-EC or AIM-CUE platform.

Workaround: First install Cisco Unity Express 3.x.x, and then install the license.

CSCsr21101

Symptom: After an upgrade or installation from Cisco Unity Express 3.0.1, 3.0.2 or 3.0.3, the system might not boot up, with the warning "unsupported boot flash device" and the message "corrupted bzImage detected" displayed.

Conditions: This happens only if an upgrade or installation is done on a Cisco Unity Express 3.0.1, 3.0.2 or 3.0.3 system. When doing an offline installation, this happens only if the Cisco Unity Express 3.0.1, 3.0.2 or 3.0.3 helper image is used. Also, this happens only 10percent of the time because of a bug in the boot flash driver. This happens only on the NME-CUE platform.

Workaround: In order to upgrade the system, an offline clean installation with a helper image of Cisco Unity Express 3.0.4 or greater should be used. If the system does not come up with the installer image Cisco Unity Express 3.0.4 or greater, the boot loader currently used might be corrupt. If the primary bootloader is currently being used, boot the system using secondary boot loader and vice-versa. Press "p" to boot the system using primary boot loader and press "s" to boot the system using the secondary boot loader when the message "System Now Booting" shows during the reboot process.

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

Version 3.2.2 has the same caveats as version 3.2.3 except for the addition of the following caveats that were resolved in version 3.2.3:

CSCsy32881

CSCsu61612

For more information see the "Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4" section.

Open Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.1

Version 3.2.1 has the same caveats as version 3.2.2 except for the addition of the caveat CSCsr74888 that were resolved in version 3.2.2. For more information see the "Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2" section.

Resolved Caveats—Unity Express Version 3.2.5

CSCti98893

Symptom: On NME-CUE, the software image doesn't boot up after installation.

Conditions: Occurs for the following:

1. With NME-CUE units that shipped after October, 2010.

2. After booting up the system with the boothelper for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.4 and earlier, or Cisco Unity Express 7.0.5 and earlier.

3. Image is installed after booting up this helper.

To confirm this problem, boot up the boothelper for Cisco Unity Express 3.2.5 or later, or 7.0.6 or later and check the following print out:


HPA Info: ...: accessable size ... MB, hpa size .... MB

If the HPA size value is 0 or close to 0, then this is the problem.

Workaround: None.

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.4

CSCta17807

Symptom: Voicemail mask is not applied to calls forwarded to CUE/JTAPI endpoints with CUCM 6.1.

Conditions: When internetworking with CUCM 6.1, the voice mailbox mask is not applied to calls.

Workaround: A second extension can be used by making the "extension" one number and the E.164 another number.

CSCsw94275

Symptom: One or more of the following symptoms occur:

Spontaneous reload.

The CLI hangs when certain JTAPI commands are issued (for example, the show ccn call application all command).

MWI stops working.

Conditions: These symptoms are more likely to occur if a CTI port is assigned specifically to MWI (using the CTI port CLI command). However, It can happen without assigning a CTI port.

This occurs when CTI port or route point state changes, such as during the initial registration, are made and is frequently seen during startup.

Workaround: There is no sure workaround but removing the CTI port configuration reduces the likelihood of occurrence.

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.3

CSCsg07933

Symptom: A redirect from a Cisco Unity Express Voicemail or AutoAttendant CTI Route Point may fail.

Conditions: The problem only affects Cisco Unity Express integrations with Cisco CallManager. A customer may have a gateway, phone, or trunk configured with a calling search space which includes the partition of the CTI Route Point but not the partition of the CTI Ports. Even though the calling search space assigned to the CTI Route point includes the parition of the CTI Ports, CallManager will block/deny the call by default because CallManager's default behavior for processing JTAPI redirects is to use the original calling party's calling search space rather than the redirecting party's calling search space. JTAPI client applications have the option to tell CallManager to use the calling seach space of the redirecting party. Cisco Unity Express needs to implent a new setting which allows an administrator to select whether CUE should use the original calling party's calling search space or the redirecting party's calling search space when redirecting calls from the AA or VM CTI Route Point to a CTI Port.

Workaround: Ensure that the original calling device has a calling search space which includes the partition of the CTI Route Points, CTI Ports, and any other directory number or pattern to which the CTI application may redirect a call.

CSCsu61612

Symptom: Standard greeting is overwritten when you re-record the alternate greeting.

Conditions: This occurs when you re-record the alternate greeting by completing the following steps: Press the Messages button, enter your password, press 4 for setup options, press 1 for greetings, press 3 to edit other greetings, press 3 to edit alternate greeting, press 1 to rerecord and record a greeting, and then press 1 to rerecord it again. You then hear the message: "Your standard greeting is greeting-text"but the recorded alternate greeting is played instead.

Workaround: Upgrade to version 3.2.3 or later. Otherwise, instead of rerecording the greeting, start from the options menu again.

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Symptom: Callers intermittently hear dead-air for new calls after Cisco Unity Express has been up for sometime.

Conditions: This occurs intermittently for version 3.2.2 when the hardware is NME-CUE.

Workaround: Upgrade to version 3.2.3 or later. Otherwise, you must reboot the system.

Resolved Caveats—Cisco Unity Express Version 3.2.2

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Symptom: Calls to Cisco Unity Express fail intermittently with busy tone.

Conditions: This occurs when Cisco Unity Express is integrated with Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0.1 and there is a QSIG path replacement. In this scenario, Cisco Unity Express is unable to disconnect a call. The message that appears in the logs is:
"Could not meet post conditions of disconnect()."

Workaround: Upgrade to version 3.2.2 or later. Otherwise, there is no workaround for this issue.

Additional References

For related documentation, see Cisco Unity Express Documentation, All Versions.

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