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Vodavi Talkpath Backup

Vodavi Talkpath Backup

Vodavi Talkpath Backup


I'm at a customer's site and I've been told the voicemail is going out.  It's a digital Talkpath voice mail system.  I have no clue what I'm doing :(

I would just grab the drive and dd or Acronis it but I've been told I need to do something with eCom or something so I don't have to take the system offline.  I have access to most of the Vodavi software but I have no idea how to use it.  

Anyone have any guides or advice they could provide me so I could get this done?  This is outside my realm of knowledge (I'm more of the router/server kinda guy.  Actually this is the first time I've been asked to do voicemail work.)

RE: Vodavi Talkpath Backup

you will need ecom to do a download of the voice mail then you will have the config and can upload it to a new unit.  If you haven't done it yet then go to the Vodavi web site and sign yo as a distributor and you will be able to down load ecom and the manual for the VM and it will tell you step by step how to do this.


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