Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- Configuring User Preferences for E-Mail Notifications
Revision as of 23:42, 17 December 2009 by Docwikibot
Main page: Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0
Up one level: Configuration
You can configure the behavior of e-mail notifications for each user group or individual user, for example:
- E-mail type and format.
- Whether notifications are sent for meeting updates or cancellations.
- Who can send or receive notifications.
- What notifications include, such as participant lists, meeting passwords, or attachments.
Before You Begin
- To enable the use of the Microsoft Exchange or IBM Lotus Notes formats, you first need to set up the integrations. See the following:
- Avoid changing e-mail notification settings once Cisco Unified MeetingPlace is in use, because users might already rely on a certain behavior, such as having all invited meeting participants receive e-mail notifications for new or changed meetings. Changing that behavior may result in lost productivity. If you must change the e-mail notification settings after Cisco Unified MeetingPlace has been in use, then make sure that you alert your users to the changes.
- You can configure the e-mail notification settings in user groups or user profiles. We recommend that you configure the settings in user groups to help you keep e-mail notification settings as consistent as possible across your user base.
- Only users who have a valid E-mail address in the user profile may send or receive e-mail notifications. E-mail addresses cannot be configured in user groups.
- Log in to the Administration Center.
- Click User Groups or User Profiles, depending on whether you want to configure a user group or an individual user profile.
- Click Edit or Add New, depending on whether you want to configure an existing or new user group or user profile.
- Configure these fields:
- Click Save.