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Communication Manager Messaging 6.1

Communication Manager Messaging 6.1

Communication Manager Messaging 6.1

Hello All,
Not sure if this is the right place to post, but I didn't see anywhere else.
Working on this new messaging application and wanted to know if anyone has worked on it. Need a step by step guide on how to setup voicemail to email so we can listen to the voicemail from the PC. The other question is where do I find the actual name that messaging is sending? Need this so we can open the firewall up. To add to this we are not using Exchange we are using Google applications. Also this should be setup as IMAP and not POP3. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

RE: Communication Manager Messaging 6.1

You should be able to find that in the install guide or the administration guide for CMM. I don't think you will find that it can just forward/send the voicemail to some other email address by itself. Even if you could, gmail probably would not allow that email message unless the SMTP sender was publicly identified (MX records, etc).

You might need to look at an application to do this like EVM by Mutare.

RE: Communication Manager Messaging 6.1

Post under Avaya Aura Messaging

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