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IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

Hi All,

Just upgraded a IPO 412 from 3.0 (40) to 3.0 (44). Seems to be working fine, except for the fact that users can only connect to their mailboxes if the VM Pro services are stopped and restarted. VM Pro is at the latest release.

Anyone have a similar issue? Could it be the upgrade?



RE: IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

Do you hev to restart all the time or just once after the upgrade, wich is obvious, the VM Pro has to reregister to IP Office.

RE: IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

Are you getting silence? Or busy tone?

RE: IPO 3.0 (44) and VM Pro Issue

Make sure the license for the vm ports is valid.  I have had some bug issues with the key server not seeing the license file correctly.  After 2 hours of invalid status the vmpro service will stop working and you have to restart it.  Ive had that issue with 2 different systems (406 v2 3.0.40)..

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