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Voicemail PW's

Voicemail PW's

Voicemail PW's


I'm using a 406 with 3.0 (44) and am having some issues.  When I use Manager to change settings, everything works like a champ.  However, when I try to change a voicemail password, it won't update.  I merge the config and any other changes I made get applied correctly except for voicemail changes.  

What I'm wondering is what ports/programs do I need to have open so that the 406 can update info on my voicemail pro server OR what else could be causing this?  (I have turned off the firewall on the voicemail pro server and it still isn't taking)  Thanks for your help!


RE: Voicemail PW's

Manager controls the passwords for VM access.
If it is a password in a menu option then you will need to save and make live.
I have just done a Version 3.0 (44) over the weekend and found that alot needed  a restart before it would work correctly.
Bit frustrating on a 330 Extesnion site.

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