Configuring Exchange Unified Messaging Test Phone Options
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Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 Beta* *Topic Last Modified: 2008-10-26
After you install the Unified Messaging (UM) server role on a computer running Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and configure Unified Messaging, you can use the Exchange UM Test Phone application (ExchangeUMTestPhone.exe) to help you test the overall operation and functionality of the Unified Messaging server. The Exchange UM Test Phone application provides several options that you can configure when using the Exchange UM Test Phone application to troubleshoot Unified Messaging. This topic describes the options from the Exchange UM Test Phone Tools menu available for configuring the UM Test Phone.
Lets you use .wav file voice inputs for the call. Use this option when you don't have a microphone configured on the client computer.
Clears the display of the UI.
Clears the entries of a log file.
Lets you configure IP addressing, extension numbers, the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) port number, and logging options.
Server IP Address
Specifies the IP address of the Unified Messaging server that you want to test.
Specifies the telephone number that you dial to connect to the Unified Messaging server. This is the pilot identifier for the hunt group.
Specifies the user's mailbox extension.
Sets the diversion header in the request. This is the auto attendant pilot number of the user's mailbox extension number.
Specifies the number used in the diversion header.
The Unified Messaging server uses the diversion header in the call answering and auto attendant modes.
Specifies the SIP port number for the calls to the Unified Messaging server.
Provides options for logging.
Logs information about the call to a log file only.
Logs information about the call to the UI only.
Logs information about the call to the log file and to the UI.
For More Information
- For more information about the Exchange UM Test Phone application, see Testing a Unified Messaging Server with the Unified Messaging Test Phone.
- For more information about how to test Unified Messaging server functionality, see Testing Unified Messaging Server Functionality.