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Partner Mail vs R5.0

Partner Mail vs R5.0

Partner Mail vs R5.0

I have a partner acs release 6 with a partner vs massaging module R5.0, the messaging module has died so the only replacement I can get is a Partner vs release R7. Will this be compatible is my question, would appreciate any help on this issue.

RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0


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RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0


RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

Thanks but already have a replacement R7 on the way

RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

Just a quick note...The replacement voicemail will be an Avaya Partner Messaging. The Partner Mail VS ended with R5. smile

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RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

Thanks good to know!

RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

Hopefully you got a port card for the messaging.

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RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

yes a 6 port card

RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

Don't forget the extension used changes from the VS to the Partner messaging. I think the Vs uses the last ports of card, emulating a 206 while the Messaging uses the first.

RE: Partner Mail vs R5.0

yes I found that out thanks

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