Applies to: Exchange Server 2010 SP3, Exchange Server 2010 SP2
Topic Last Modified: 2012-07-23
You can update the Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) grammar files for Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Unified Messaging (UM). Speech grammar files have a file name extension of .cfg and are used by Unified Messaging to enable callers to use speech inputs to perform directory lookups. A folder for each UM language is created in the <Program Files>\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\UnifiedMessaging\grammars folder. Each UM language-specific folder contains the grammar files for the given language that are used for Outlook Voice Access. The language-specific folders also contain the grammar files generated by the Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging service for the global address list, custom address lists, UM dial plans, and UM auto attendants.
Looking for other management tasks related to UM servers? Check out Managing Unified Messaging Servers.
Use the galgrammargenerator.exe program to update the speech grammar files on a Unified Messaging server
To perform the following procedures, you must log on by using an account that's a member of the local Administrators group on that computer.
This example creates a grammar file for each UM dial plan to which the specified UM server belongs.
Galgrammargenerator.exe -s MyUmServer
This example creates a grammar file for the UM-enabled
users who belong to the UM dial plan named
Galgrammargenerator.exe -d MyUMDialPlan
This example creates or updates DTMF maps for users who are enabled for UM and who aren't enabled for UM.
For more information about syntax and parameters, at the command prompt, type galgrammargenerator.exe -?
After you update the speech grammar files on a Unified Messaging server, you may also want to: