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Doubt about message sending to remote sites

Doubt about message sending to remote sites

Doubt about message sending to remote sites

(OP)
What protocol does the OCtel use to send messages to remote sites? For example:

I can log in to my mailbox, create a message and send it to 2744567, 274 is the remote site and 4567 is the mailbox.

Is the protocol that the Octel uses AMIS?

RE: Doubt about message sending to remote sites

What Octel type are you referring to?

RE: Doubt about message sending to remote sites

For Octel 200/300 (Serenade) the server supports AMIS.  Check out this link to documentation at Avaya:  https://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/003754441

For the Octel 250/350 (Aria) the server supports AMIS.  Check out this link to documentation at Avaya:
https://support.avaya.com/css/P8/documents/100008114
  and
Config Note 3020 doc on Digital OctelNet and AMIS Analog see link.

RE: Doubt about message sending to remote sites

(OP)
Again thanks for the answer kepetersen, the octel is a 200. I assume it was AMIS I just wanted to be sure.

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