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Voicemail reports

Voicemail reports

Voicemail reports

Are there any base reports in Call Pilot? I don't know what version we have. All I do know is we have an 81 C with Call Pilot and I want to find out how many voicemails we're getting per day, preferably by extension. My IT dept says there's nothing they can pull but we don't have a switch admin on staff so they may not know what's available.

RE: Voicemail reports

Call Pilot Reporter is what does this.  The software comes "standard" with your Call Pilot software.  However, it does require an additional server/PC to be configured as it is a web server application.  If you are only running reporter, it does not have to be a high powered server and I do have customers that run this application on a desktop PC, but it does need to be dedicated as a web server.  So it can't be loaded on the OTM, Symposium or any other server you may have out there.  

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