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PORTING VOICEMAIL FILES FROM CALL PILOT TO BCM CALL PILOT

PORTING VOICEMAIL FILES FROM CALL PILOT TO BCM CALL PILOT

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I just did a backup of a call pilot and have all the files. They seem to be in some kind of obscure format, but I wondered if there's a way to open the files and get the audio files out from them since there is no export facility in the call pilot. (Only import). I'm moving someone from a MICS to a BCM and wondered if I could at least get the recordings ported. I can re-create the programming manually.

Thanks in advance.

RE: PORTING VOICEMAIL FILES FROM CALL PILOT TO BCM CALL PILOT

They might be in some number format and you will not know what number is what.
I don't think it is even worth the effort to try since it takes only 10 minutes to do a large tree vs hours trying to hack/figure out the exporting.

What I have been doing for some is using text to speech websites then save as a wav and import that.

I have even placed 2 sets one from each system and put the handsets together (69) and done it that way lol.



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RE: PORTING VOICEMAIL FILES FROM CALL PILOT TO BCM CALL PILOT

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Just going through the motions on this one now. I ended up manually entering the programming, but as for the announcements, I made up an earpiece to mouthpiece patch cord between the two systems and then transferred the announcements. Kind of like your 69 handset arrangement Curlycord! Just done in wiring to keep it cleaner.

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