Specify the default audio playback sound level (volume).
Requires SYSPRV privilege to set information for users other than yourself; requires SYSPRV or SYSNAM privilege to show information about users other than yourself.
SET SOUND_LEVEL level
Qualifiers Defaults /ALL /NOALL /LOG /NOLOG /UIC="[g,m]" None /USER=username None
levelRequired parameter specifying the audio playback sound level (volume). Should be an integer ranging from 0 to 100 (0% to 100%).
SET SOUND_LEVELcommand, you may adjust the sound level (volume) used when audio files and messages are played. If you do not specify a sound level, then a level of 60% is used. The
/SOUND_LEVELqualifier of the PLAY command overrides any setting made with the
SET SOUND_LEVELcommand. Use the
SHOW SOUND_LEVELcommand to display your current sound level setting.
In the following example, the playback sound level is set to 70%. Note that the percent sign,
%, is omitted when specifying the level.
EMAIL> SET SOUND_LEVEL 70 EMAIL> SHOW SOUND_LEVEL Audio playback sound level is 70%. EMAIL>