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Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

(OP)
Does anyone have this scenario? I will be upgrading Callpilot from 2.0 to 4.0 and leaving my PBX at Succession 3.0. Last years matrix shows that this is compatible. This year's matrix shows that I need to be at Succession 4.5. I am hoping it is a mistake.

Any thoughts?
Rob

RE: Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

I have an option 11 with succession 3.0 and callpilot 4.0. I will also be install a 81c with 3.0 and callpilot 4.0 at the end of the month. you should not have a problem.

RE: Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

Yeah, Nortel "updates" the matrix to reflect the current software release.  You should be fine.

RE: Succession 3.0 and CallPilot 4.0

I have several Succession 3.0 PBXs running Call Pilot 4.0 without any problems.  You should be fine.  

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