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Is There a Way to Download and Upload Auto Attendants

Is There a Way to Download and Upload Auto Attendants

Is There a Way to Download and Upload Auto Attendants

Question folks. In a few weeks I'll need to implement new AA's for approx 30 offices all of them (the AA's) will be identicle when finished. My question is to save time of having to create 30 new individual AA's is there a way to create one. Back it up and then download it to the other 29 without affecting any other settings or programming?

RE: Is There a Way to Download and Upload Auto Attendants

Yes, I am not in front of one now, so I cannot give you precise instructions.

1. Record your new AA files.
2. Backup the system and download the backup.
2. Use winrar to browse the backup file and extract the AA that you want.
2.1 winrar is available from rarlabs.com fro free.
3. Upload the AA to the new NBX using the built in upload feature in the AA sounds page.


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