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Old 10-22-2010, 03:25 PM
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I have begun testing 1XP on a windows XP machine with firefox 3.6 and IE8. IE8 works fine. Allows the ActiveX controls to install and away you go. Firefox; doesn't work in all modes as advertised in Readme_GA52_SP2-1 file form latest service pack of 1XP. The support matrix on page 29 says VoIP mode will work on XP sp2 with Firefox 3.0 IE 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and Safari 3.2 and 4.0. IE8 works, but Firefox doesn't. Is it because I am using Firefox 3.6? Do I have to down grade to Firefox 3.0?

What about Mac OSX (10.6, Snow Leopard)? Original 1XP 5.2 was to work with OSX 10.5 and Safari 4.0. When will it work with 10.6.x and Safari 5?

We delayed the !XP deployment because Avaya and Avaya BPs said 1XP would work with OSX in VoIP mode. I would really like 1XP for my MAC folks.
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I have begun testing 1XP on a windows XP machine with firefox 3.6 and IE8. IE8 works fine. Allows the ActiveX controls to install and away you go. Firefox; doesn't work in all modes as advertised in Readme_GA52_SP2-1 file form latest service pack of 1XP. The support matrix on page 29 says VoIP mode will work on XP sp2 with Firefox 3.0 IE 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 and Safari 3.2 and 4.0. IE8 works, but Firefox doesn't. Is it because I am using Firefox 3.6? Do I have to down grade to Firefox 3.0?

What about Mac OSX (10.6, Snow Leopard)? Original 1XP 5.2 was to work with OSX 10.5 and Safari 4.0. When will it work with 10.6.x and Safari 5?

We delayed the !XP deployment because Avaya and Avaya BPs said 1XP would work with OSX in VoIP mode. I would really like 1XP for my MAC folks.

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On a MAC OSX 10.5.8:

The following should work for users utilizing the THIS Computer Mode:

Safari 4.0.5
Firefox 3.6.3

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For Windows till IE8 Works Like a cake


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The release notes for the 1XP 5.2.2 still do not state support for Safari 5 or OSX 10.6

However it's worth a try. I'm not sure how but personally I have nowhere to test that option out. Probably you can get in touch with the BP or the Avaya Account manager to arrange yourself a demo on a computer running OSX 10.6. (in their customer studio) I don't think a lot would have changed but worth a try


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But as far as the support is concerned "officially" it should be made available sooner or later in upcoming releases of 1XP. Hope that helps you in someway..
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