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telnet in to Vmail

telnet in to Vmail

telnet in to Vmail

I have 1 location that I can't get into though the BCM Manager as the 1st screen won't load, but I can telnet into it, is there any way that i can get into Vmail b telnet to reset a Vmail box password.

RE: telnet in to Vmail

Not through telnet or CLI.  You can go to option 7 (command line) and type net start apache.  The web service may have hung up.

RE: telnet in to Vmail

No but can you not use the system admin mailbox 102 to reset the password. I no you could on the star talk have never tried on the BCM.


Maybe someone will know or correct me

RE: telnet in to Vmail


Try the above substituting your own BCM IP address.

If you are using XP, make sure that you are not blocking pop ups from that site and check you Java installation.
If the screen will not load it is not usually the BCM but the management PC.


RE: telnet in to Vmail

I did not think the java mattered for the voicemail. I thought it was only unified manager??????

RE: telnet in to Vmail

We were having a T1 problem yesterday but I could get to the 1st screen and logi in callpilot, but today I can't get the 1st screen as it just hangs. There upgradind the T1 to a full T1 tomorrow, maybe then it will work.

RE: telnet in to Vmail

As usual you are correct about the java. I was just covering the basics when you have a BCM access problem.
By using the
login you will get directly to vmail without having to go through the front end.


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