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Mailbox 103

Mailbox 103

Mailbox 103

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A client needs to use mailbox 103 but does not need AMIS/Netwowrking
Can you remove or is it only add features via 44?

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RE: Mailbox 103

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Not sure, I might have to put one together to test as the other one is in transit....mailboxes match room numbers is the reason of course.
According to the guide it states that 103 cannot be used as a normal mailbox, and I think if you disable the loopback in AMIS it will only turn the loopback on or off.

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RE: Mailbox 103

I think I remember having to use 100-116 for mailboxes. You have to change the special mailbox prefix, or something like that. It's been years but I know it works. The only problem is using 102 for obvious reasons. For admin you have to know the users password to mbox 102, can't stay at default.

RE: Mailbox 103

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You might be thinking of mailboxes 111 to 119 with the last 2 digits being the prefix? (Default prefixes 11 and 19)...close though!

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RE: Mailbox 103

Could be, it was a long time ago!

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