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Old 04-21-2020, 04:47 AM
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Default IP Office 11.1 Windows Voicemail

So who is the genius that thought ending support for windows voicemail was a good idea? This has to be the single most idiotic thing Avaya has done to business partners in a long time. Almost every customer has a windows server that can be used for voicemail, remote access, backups, call accounting, smtp relays etc. It is a great selling point and advantage for IP office that just got taken away. You need a windows machine to run the all of the client apps anyway including the voicemail Pro client.......



Forcing customers to buy a garbage UC module or expensive App server just for voicemail is ridiculous and will hurt sales significantly. Then what they did to bork the root access in linux...
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Old 07-23-2020, 02:30 PM
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agreed!!!!! junk!
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Old 08-31-2020, 11:42 AM
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The Windows server that hosted the app should also be able to host a VM! That's all I'm doing for our base. If you have a decent server in place with Server 2012+ on it, enable the Hyper-V role and go to town. Same thing on a new deployment. Load Hyper-V or ESXi on the server and build a Virtual Machine for VMPro. The benefit is you can still create a Windows instance on the same box for Manager and any other software suites you need to manage the site.

It was a shocker, yes, but in the end it's really not that big of a deal.
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