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Import/Export voicemail, supoervisor login code

Import/Export voicemail, supoervisor login code

Import/Export voicemail, supoervisor login code

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Hi everyone!
I'm wroking with a csv file from an IPO. I can upload the username, complete-name and extension, though I can't modify the voicemail password & login code. I want to export those passwords because in the IPO appears errors of passwords, I can't just ignore them because I have digital stations and the login code is necesary
Any advice?

RE: Import/Export voicemail, supoervisor login code

The codes in the .csv are encrypted. If you don't change them, they will import back in as they were before. If the fields are blank, and you are needing to put an encrypted value there before importing, make a new configuration, put in the codes you want, export it, and see what the encrypted value is

RE: Import/Export voicemail, supoervisor login code

In the manager directory there is a excel file named "IP Office User CSV Configurator.xlsm" which can be used to create a csv file including user and vm passwords and a login code

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