Voice Mail Box Masks are enabled when multi-tenant services are enabled on CallManager. Each tenant uses its own voicemail profile and must create a mask to identify the directory numbers in each partition that is shared with other tenants. For example, one tenant can use a mask 534523XXXX, while another tenant can use the mask 784333XXXX. It is also necessary to set up translation patterns for Message Waiting Indicators (MWIs).
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When trying to set up a voicemail profile, the Voice Mail Box Mask does not accept characters such as #xxxxxxx, and the CallManager returns an error.
The Voice Mail Box Mask field is case sensitive and the lower case "x" is not a valid character. Therefore, you need to use the upper case "X" character.
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