I have looked around a lot of documents and came through various documents and finally couldn’t find what I was after. Then after reading heaps of crap, I made a short doc which really shrinks down the VPIM.
VPIM : Based on SMTP & MIME (Multi-Purpose Internet Mail Extension)
Message content components:
- – spoken name
- – forwarded fax and text messages.
- – vCard (phone number, text name and email address)
VPIM Addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dial ID vs. Location
- – Primary Location (Default Location)
- – Delivery Locations
Voice Connector: This encodes Voice mail into VPIM format.
[VPIM:<Delivery Location Dial ID>_<Remote Mailbox Number]
– Select only [Exchange 2000 or Exchange 2003 VPIM Connector]
Routing group connector
ip domain-name cue.cisco.com
ip name-server <DNS-Server-IP>
network location id 408
email domain yyy.cisco.com (put your actual <Exch-Domain-Name> here)
voicemail extension-length 4
network location id XXX (where XXX = sitec location ID)
email domain 10.1.1.253 (CUE IP)
voicemail extension-length 8
network local location id XXX <Sitec location ID>
– yyy.cisco.com for Domain Name(SMTP)
– Dialing Domain leave blank.
– Update Addressing Options = Global directory / Global directory
– [SMTP domain name] = 10.1.1.253 (CUE IP)
– Check [Sender’s recorded name]
– Check [Sender’s vCard]
show network locations
show network detail location id …
show network detail local
show network queues
How to send vpim messages:
- Press message button on your phone
- option#2 – saying something is leaving messages (that’s how we send vpim message), follow the Cisco IVR lady.
- You need to dial location ID# then phone number for example 408+phone number where 408 is HQ site vpim site “Id”
Hope this helps to some folks who are struggling with VPIM mystery!