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CMM import wav file as subscriber greeting?

CMM import wav file as subscriber greeting?

CMM import wav file as subscriber greeting?

We have to update a handful of ia770/audix/cmm systems with new greetings. Some are CM 5.2.1 and others are CM 6.

I was looking to see if there's a way to import a wav file? Or replace a wav file on the system itself?

I see talk about web access which is different than the web administration, but I don't think we have that on these systems.

Any help would be great

RE: CMM import wav file as subscriber greeting?

I doubt it. To move them to newer systems, go through the upgrade steps thru intermediate versions to get a backup you can restore, or pay Mutare (or someone else??) professional services fees or have someone with a very special version of ProVision to do it to restore.

Otherwise I don't think there's a way to easily rip and replace the sound files.

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