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BCM50 UM >10users

BCM50 UM >10users

BCM50 UM >10users

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Folks I am having an issue with Callpilot that manifests itself when I get to around 10 users (outlook2003/exchange) and Callpilot.  I have 32 VM/UM Licenses.  Once I get to around 10 I start to see issues starting outlook and I get a message that the server cannot be found.  I can ping the BCM50 no problem when I see the issue but when I try to connect to the BCM50 (telnet) on the imap port I get an error.  Does anyone have a BCM50 implementation with >10 VM/UM users? and if so have you seen any issues with having everyone logged into outlook at the same time.

RE: BCM50 UM >10users

There is a Norstar/BCM forum. You may want to try and ask this question there.  The Call Pilot discussed on this forum pertains mainly to the bigger Call Pilot working with a PBX or Succession platform.  

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