It is indeed Crazy one but sometime it helps much in to pronounce a name in the right way. An Example, My Name Radhakrishnan but when Non-Indian try to pronounce it, definitely they struggle a bit.. That is why it is good to have spoken name setup in the outlook so that they can simply listen to your voice before interacting with you.. Okay.. Let’s Begin.
First you need to record your name clearly in .WMA Format.. You can use Windows 10 Builtin Feature Voice Recorder.
By Default, It will be saved in the .m4a format. you can use Online Converter to convert from .m4a to .mwa which is required for to set the Spoken Name.
Once you have the mwa file, Connect to Exchange PowerShell( Applies to Exchange online and Exchange On-Premises) using the command
If you trying for Exchange Online run the following command, In case, you Exchange On-premises, Just open Exchange Powershell
run the below command to set the SpokenName.
Import-RecipientDataProperty -Identity “firstname.lastname@example.org” -SpokenName -FileData ([Byte]$(Get-Content -Path “C:\Users\radhakrishnan\Desktop\1.wma” -Encoding Byte -ReadCount 0))
All Set, Now run the below command to validate,
Get-Mailbox email@example.com|select HasSpokenName
HasSpokenName is TRUE which means it has been set well.. Now let’s give sometime to replicate. After sometime, you would be seeing the Audio Icon Apears after your name. You can click on it to Hear the Name.
let me know you come across any issues.. Thank you!!