Sometimes, the Cisco Unity Inbox option does not show up in the Cisco Personal Communications Assistant (PCA) application. This document describes how to troubleshoot this issue.
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The information in this document is based on Cisco Unity 4.x and later.
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When you access the Cisco Personal Communications Assitant (PCA)application, the Cisco Unity Inbox option does not appear in the PCA application.
You need a license to use Cisco Unity Inbox. So, choose Cisco Unity Tools depot > Administration tools > License info viewer in order to make sure that you have the sufficient license.
Also, choose System > Licensing > License Counts in order to confirm that the number of subscribers does not exceed the number of licenses.
After you complete the previous steps, choose Subscribers > Class of Service > Features Page and check the Cisco Unity Inbox (Visual Messaging Interface) box.
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