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Old 05-27-2010, 08:43 AM
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Default IA770 Release 3 and 4 Outlook Integratiion

I have tried to do an outlook integration with IA770 installed on a S8300 Media Server, running CM 4 and 3 and I can not do it. In our office we have the IA770 installed with CHIA set version 7.041-00.00.007 and Audix Application Set is version 6.0.99. I had seen that in a POP3 integration with an IA770 it is necessary to enable the POP3 client in the General Options of Messaging Administration, but this is not show on our CM 3 or CM4 versions. Does anybody could help me?
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