The Text-to-Speech (TTS) feature allows the unified messaging users to listen to their emails when they sign in to Unity Connection
using phone. For more information on text-to-speech, see the Text-to-Speech, page 1-10 section.
Task List for Configuring Text-to-Speech
With text-to-speech feature enabled in Unity Connection, you can play the emails through phone that are accessible either
through Exchange or Office 365.
Follow the steps depending on the version of Exchange server
accessed by unified messaging users:
where <Exchange server> is the IP address or host name of the
Exchange server and <friendly name> is the friendly name that you select for
the Exchange server
The domain name for the Exchange server must be the IP address
or the fully qualified DNS name (recommended) so that the Unity Connection
server can successfully ping the Exchange server. Otherwise, users may not be
able to access their emails in the external message store.
and a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) file with the name
created in the root directory.
Send the CSR file to a Certification Authority (CA) that
generates and sends back a new certificate.
You must have a copy of the CA public root certificate or
public root certificate chain. This certificate is needed for configuring Unity
Connection to trust the Exchange 2016, Exchange 2013, or Exchange 2010 server.
Enter the following command:
where <path> is the location of the directory where the CA saves
the new server certificate
and enter the following command:
dir cert:\localmachine\my |
Enter key and highlight the “thumbprint” property and copy it to the
Perform either of the following actions:
If the class of service for unified messaging users is
configured to access email and use calendar data from an external email server
using IMAP, enter the following command: