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This scenario provides an example of a business process performed by an administrator and a sales representative to set up and manage messages. Your company may follow a different process according to its business requirements.
A corporation has hired four new sales representatives. The Siebel administrator must set up message functionality for these new employees. The administrator sets up accounts for each new sales representative and checks to make sure that the Communications Management and the Workflow Management component groups are enabled.
The administrative assistant for the sales representatives receives a message for a sales representative, either by phone or by voice mail. Instead of writing the message out by hand, the administrative assistant enters the message in the Messages screen and assigns the message to the sales representative.
The administrative assistant associates the message with an existing account, adds information in the Comments field, and attaches a spreadsheet file to the message. The administrative assistant then prioritizes the message and send it either as an email or a screen alert.
By default, a message is marked private, which means that only the administrative assistant and sales representative can review the message. The administrative assistant can alternately choose not to mark the message private, and then any individual with access to the account, activity, contact, opportunity, or service request associated with the message can view it.
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