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Old 08-03-2014, 01:59 AM
aradai aradai is offline
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Default HELP... Forward Voicemail to Office365 email

Dear All,

I'm facing some problems in sending Voicemail (VM) to company email address. We don't have a local Exchange server, we are using the cloud Exchange Office365.

The network setup as follows

1- The data network (Desktops, laptops, printers, etc) and Phone network (IP office and deskphones) are on two different subnets

2- I configured both LAN1 (on IP office server) with phone subnet ( and LAN2 with data subnet (

3- I added IP route so that the data network address will route to the default gateway through LAN2

4- The smtp server is smtp.office365.com and port 25 (I also tried 433) and no authentication required.

What did I miss so the VM is not forwarded to the outlook office 365.

Please help.

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Old 08-03-2014, 06:30 PM
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What release is your IPO on? Office 365 requires TLS, which is available on 9.0

Otherwise, you can use a relay, such as hMailserver, running on a local machine. The IPO will send to hMailserver, which will then be able to send through Office 365. We always include a dedicated PC for remote access/programming, so always have a machine available for email relay
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