The Identity Manager 3.5.1 Driver for Avaya* PBX lets you use Identity Manager to centrally manage PBX extensions and work orders and keep user phone numbers up-to-date. Newer driver features allow you to also configure voice mail through Audix. This guide explains what the Avaya driver does and how the driver can be customized through three sample configurations that are provided for instructional purposes.
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This manual is for Novell® Identity Manager administrators, Avaya PBX communications system administrators, and others who manage user accounts in eDirectory™, PBX phone extensions, and PBX work orders.
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