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Trivial Password protection

Trivial Password protection

Trivial Password protection

I know it is available on the BCM but is it available on the stand alone CP-150/Mini version

RE: Trivial Password protection

No it is not there.

RE: Trivial Password protection

My mistake sorry, I finally connected to my 150 up and it's not there.... I meant System Properties anyway.
It is the only feature not listed besides the expected SMTP,MSGforwading and FMFM items at the bottom on a BCM.


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RE: Trivial Password protection

Systems properties, trivial password check box

It's a phone system, NOT a clock!

RE: Trivial Password protection

Thanks. I could not find it under that section. I am using version: I look all over. I thought that this was only available on the BCM's

BTW should I be using DST if I am using Desktop messaging for UM that send voice mail to email on Outlook. I am asking this because the emails times are all off by an hour or two.


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