In today’s post, I will show you how to configure your UCCX Script to send emails.
This can be easily a complement of my last Post (Cisco UCCX – Recording Prompt Script). In this post, I showed you how to create a script where you can record your own audio prompts and upload them to UCCX. Now, with this post, you can add some steps to send the recorded audio via email to improve a little bit your achievement.
Well, let’s go to the configuration!
Configure Email on UCCX Server
Go to your UCCX, Subsystem Menu, then Email.
You have to add the SMTP and an email account which will be the source.
You can have as many variables as you want to easy your life. But there is one you must create.
Create a Contact Type variable, give a name, “EmailContact” in my example, and give a null value.
Steps to be used in the Script
- Create eMail
Here you generate the subject line and body of the e-mail message.
- Attach To eMail
Use the Attach To eMail step to attach a document to an e-mail.
Before you use an Attach To eMail step, you must use a Create eMail step to create the e-mail message.
I’m showing you now how to attach that audio prompt we’ve just recorded, as an example.
In that case, the variable Result contains the recorded audio, and I’m attaching it to the email using this Step.
- Send eMail
Use the Send eMail step to send an e-mail message you have created with the Create eMail step.
When a script reaches the Send eMail step, it immediately sends the e-mail message to the e-mail server, and keeps the client waiting until the message is accepted by the e-mail server. If the server is unavailable because of server or network problems, the client must wait until the transaction times out.
Subject: Variable or expression that you want to use for the subject line of the message.
Body: Variable or expression that you want to use for the body of the e-mail message
eMail Contact: Variable that identifies the email. The variable “EmailContact” we’ve created above.
So, your code must be like that.
It’s a really short code, but the idea is to have that attached to your main script, as a feature, to help you to handle queues, or other things, like sending recorded audios..
Hope you’ve enjoyed!