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Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

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Hi. I'm having challenges importing the excel sheet containing user information for auto call dialler in IPOCC. I would appreciate any assistance. Thanks.

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

Okay, based on that information I don't really know where to begin.
Do you get any error messages?

Maybe you should contact your business partner?

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

(OP)
It gives an error(I believe) in the command line interface which quickly goes away. It simply flashes so I cannot tell what it says. When I check database, there's nothing there.

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

Well, it should show on the error list in the client or in TTrace.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

(OP)
I have tried it several times. Have you got a different solution to this? I need to enable the Auto Call Dialler.

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

(OP)
Could you assist me to import the csv file needed for mechanical dialler?

RE: Creating a Campaign Job for Auto Call Dialer

Can you post an example of what you're trying to import?

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