This chapter covers the following topics:
This chapter discusses the debugging and tracing aspects of the Cisco Unity Express (UE) voice mail application for Cisco IP Communications (IPC) Express. The discussion starts by looking at configuration problems that show up in the graphical user interface (GUI) and how to address them. Another area of possible problems is the interface between Cisco UE and Cisco CallManager Express (CME), which you also will learn how to troubleshoot. The Voice Browser step of the Cisco Customer Response Software (CRS) is used to implement the Telephony User Interface (TUI), and in this chapter you learn how to interpret voice browser traces and TUI sessions.
Voice mail interacts with back-end data stores such as the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directory and the Structured Query Language (SQL) database to retrieve user and mailbox information. This chapter covers the troubleshooting of issues that might require you to look at the LDAP and SQL aspects of the voice mail application.
A common problem with voice mail systems includes incorrect operation of the message waiting indicator (MWI), so you also learn about this area of problem isolation. The last area of voice mail troubleshooting covered in this chapter is when multiple Cisco UE systems are networked via Voice Profile for Internet Mail (VPIM).
Chapter 3, "Cisco IPC Express Architecture Overview," gave an overview of the voice mail system components and architecture and provide a good foundation for the topics discussed in this chapter.
Common Voice Mail show Commands