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Old 04-03-2013, 08:35 PM
rezni rezni is offline
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Default Enabling IMAP access to Voicemail

I would like to enable IMAP access into the system to pull VM messages by the email client.

IMAP was enable under System Administration, but when performing IMAP4 Connection Diagnostics, i get the following results.

ipcopen `tcp!10.xx.xx.xx!143` ipcgetsyserr: errno=111, mess=Connection refused can't connect: can't connect: Connection refused Trying 10.xx.xx.xx ... Opening connection to tcp!10.xx.xx.xx!143 What am I missing?

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Old 05-06-2013, 12:57 AM
dleona dleona is offline
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Is the user is using Outlook? Please verify the "external hosts" configuration is properly set as well as the user's email to have a new account created under "tools -> email account -> select IMAP from the list". Ensure that the user has been added from user lists in CMM..Hope this helps. Thanks
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