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Replacement for Message Manager for AAM

Replacement for Message Manager for AAM

Replacement for Message Manager for AAM

*Incredibly* long story short - I just upgraded from a very old Intuity LX to AAM7. I suspect message manager is long gone in this release, so is my only option web access? It would appear Avaya wants to stick us for mainstream licenses for access to that

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RE: Replacement for Message Manager for AAM

Yes but you can try setting up an IMAP email account and point it to the AAM

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RE: Replacement for Message Manager for AAM

Do you have exchange? If you integrate with exchange then you can get away with basic license. The downside is AAM will be going End of Support in the next couple years and OfficeLinx is the replacement. Avaya forces you to get mainstream licensing.

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