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ContactRecording and Voicemail Pro

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Hi ...

Its possible to install Voicemail Pro on windows and contact recorder on Linux application server.


Thanks

RE: ContactRecording and Voicemail Pro

I believe so but fail to see why anyone would consider this to be a good idea*

Use the application server for all of the IP Office applications (VM Pro, Contact recorder & One-x) & enjoy a peaceful undisturbed sleep.

even installing all on a Windows server would probably cause less problems** than trying to mix & match.


*Unless you are providing maintenance on a charge per call basis

**I still prefer Linux as you can be certain that the OS has been configured correctly, there will be no OS upgrades that will break the installation & there is (almost)no risk that the IT Dept. will insist on installing additional software that interferes with its operation.


Do things on the cheap & it will cost you dear

RE: ContactRecording and Voicemail Pro

Yes, but you need to configure FTP transfer from the voicemail server to the application server.

Stuck in a never ending cycle of file copying.

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