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Old 10-14-2015, 08:49 PM
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Default How to backup Windows Voicemail to Linux Voicemail?

Hi All,

May I know how to copy the Windows 2012 Voicemail pro Files to Linux server?

I need to copy the attendance , greeting from Windows Voicemail Pro to Linux Voicemail pro.


I know from Windows Voicemail Pro copy the WAVS files , but whether can just paste to Linux Voicemail Pro? ( Computer/File System/Opt/vmpro/WAVs).

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Old 12-09-2019, 10:40 PM
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Default Hi lau56

You try use the WinSCP for put the audio files on the linux server?
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Old 12-10-2019, 09:17 AM
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If the wav files are to reside in the /opt/vmpro/Wavs directory, connect to https://<ip address>:7070 and select File Manager under Applications.

Select the VMProCustomPrompts directory, and upload the files (8 at a time) with the big "plus" icon. Once the files have been uploaded, select all of them with the check box to the left of the file name (there is a check box on the title bar that will select all of them at once), and then click the icon to Apply Prompts (far right of the icons, an arrow pointing into a right bracket)

This will copy the files to the Wavs directory with the proper ownership that voicemail pro needs.

If you use WinSCP, the files will me owned by Administrator and not vmpro, which can cause problems down the road. That procedure is actually to use WinSCP to transfer to /home/Administrator, then use PuTTY to SSH into the server, drop to root, change the ownership to vmpro:vmpro, and then move to the Wavs directory.
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