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Partner messaging back door help

Partner messaging back door help

Partner messaging back door help

Hello folks, on a partner ACS system with a partner messaging card, I've tried 0# then 123456 for the password, seems it's been changed.

Thank you kindly.

RE: Partner messaging back door help

I THINK that you have two too many digits on default. Try a shorter version. It's amazing how quickly that older info turns to rust...

Mike Forrence

RE: Partner messaging back door help

Should have noted that I did try 1234, 654321,tried to cover all versions pass codes

RE: Partner messaging back door help

Partner Messaging or Partner Voice Messaging?

Partner Messaging (the module) out of the box has NO password set for the system administrator's mailbox, and the minimum password length is set to 6 digits. The first person to access the system administrator's mailbox gets to set the password. There were 3 revisions, 1, 6, and 7, they each have a different backdoor password.

Partner Voice Messaging (the PCMCIA card) has 4 digit passwords, and the typical sequential one is assigned to the System Administrator's mailbox. There IS a backdoor, but it can only be used locally, not remotely.

RE: Partner messaging back door help

Thanks y'all , got password defaulted by an avaya tech remotely and backdoor codes emailed to me.

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