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Old 07-12-2012, 10:23 AM
lauda lauda is offline
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Default IP Office calling out randomly

We have IP Office 8.0, analog lines with VM Pro and 1408 telephones. The customer has complained of daily occurances of telephones speakerphones turning on and the telephone makes a call. The calls seems to be to someone they've dialed before, or is in the speed dial directory and could even be an internal call. Some of the outside called parties have told us that upon answering the call they hear a personal mailbox greeting. I am looking for possible causes and methods besides sitting at the monitor screen waiting for it to happen.
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Old 07-13-2012, 06:49 AM
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Default IP Office calling out randomly

You can use System Monitor and System Status Application to monitor activity on the IP Office and Voicemail Pro Debug to Monitor activity on the Voicemail Pro.

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