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Entering CallPilot/My CallPilot Passwords

Entering CallPilot/My CallPilot Passwords

Entering CallPilot/My CallPilot Passwords

Our facility utilizes My CallPilot with CallPilot and Desktop messaging.  Our E-Mail servers are MS Exchange.  When I configure a Mailbox in CallPilot, I need a Domain password for that user.  It makes since but here is the problem.  If I create it with a generic password and the user at time of installation of the desk top clients enters My CallPilot and changes the password for their e-mail, it does not change in CallPilot.  Aren't these the same password, and if the password is changed in My CallPilot should it also be changed in CallPilot?
Thanx for reading the long post.  if you do.  LOL

RE: Entering CallPilot/My CallPilot Passwords

someone on your network side should be able to add the cp server to the paswword sync schedule.. (and i read most of the post)

john poole
bellsouth business

RE: Entering CallPilot/My CallPilot Passwords

The password changes are only in the Call Pilot when using My Call Pilot.  I am not sure if that changed with Call Pilot 4.0 where you can put the Call Pilot on your AD Domain, with some caution.  There are some gotcha's there.  

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