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Minor changes in Web Manager wipe out all Hunt Group information

Minor changes in Web Manager wipe out all Hunt Group information

Just wondering if anyone else has seen this... I have a client running 8.0(43) Basic and one of the users made some minor changes through Web Manager, like changing a voicemail password. After that, calling group 1 stopped working. The strange thing is that Web Manager still showed the 4 users in calling group 1, but in Manager, they were no longer in the calling group, and the entire list of Available Users was wiped out completely from all of the hunt groups.

By rebooting the control unit, I was able to correct the issue. The lists of available users were re-populated and I added the 4 users back to calling group 1.

Is this a bug and is there any fix in the works?


When in doubt, just keep upgrading! LOL :)

RE: Minor changes in Web Manager wipe out all Hunt Group information

Perhaps more than one user making changes at the same time?

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