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Old 05-19-2016, 03:06 AM
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Unhappy Migration from MM to Aura messaging

I have a customer moving from MM to Aura messaging 6.3, the challenge is that the current TUI numbering does not adhere to any of the Aria / Audix/ Call pilot TUI's . Customer stated this was changed by Avaya . Customer has also has caller applications for key users and normal users. Could it be that the main TUI is now a caller application rather than the normal TUI.

The challenge is that they need like for like .. eg everything has to be the same, how can we find out what changed and further more can you change TUI numbers I cannot find any info on it . If someone has any idea's suggestions that would be great .
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