Cisco Unity Connection Messaging Interface (CUMI) API -- Dispatch Message Operations

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== Accepting or Rejecting a Dispatch Message ==  
== Accepting or Rejecting a Dispatch Message ==  

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About Dispatch Messages

A Dispatch message is a message that needs to go to one and only one member of a group. When the message is accepted by any one user, it is no longer available to other users. When the message is rejected by a user in the group, it is removed from the user's voicemail list.

Sending a Dispatch Message

Sending a Dispatch Message is very similar to sending any other CUMI Message. To sending a Dispatch message, a Boolean field (<Dispatch>) is set on the POST API call.

<Dispatch>true</Dispatch>

For more details on using the CUMI to send messages, refer here Sending Messages using CUMI

Accepting or Rejecting a Dispatch Message

A POST API call on the Message can be used to accept or reject a Dispatch message.

POST /vmrest/messages/{messageObjectId}?method=accept
POST /vmrest/messages/{messageObjectId}?method=reject

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