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VMPro to AAM

VMPro to AAM

VMPro to AAM

Hi there,

I'm in the middle of a migration from IP Office 9.1 to Aura 7.1. We have a lot of pretty complex modules in Voicemail Pro that would be a challenge to re-create by hand in AAM or as vectors.

Is there any mechanism to export from VMPro and import in to AAM?

RE: VMPro to AAM


AAM comes from the older Modular Messaging and has backward compatibility for it's 'caller applications'. It's not exactly similar - it all programs through a Windows MMC snap-in


How much would it cost you to have a IPO Server Edition on VMware and the requisite voicemail ports? SM Channel Licenses on IPO cost next to nothing. If you have a lot of custom programming or any db dips or complex variables, then you're using the SMB version of what enterprise IVRs provide and reside neither in the PBX or voicemail.

What would it take to stick with what you've got?

RE: VMPro to AAM

Sticking with IPO won't happen. This was a decision from HQ....even though the IPO is only 2 and a half years old. We're replacing every local PBX globally with one giant Aura system.

Looks like I've got some work to do!

RE: VMPro to AAM

Wait until they see the difference in maintenance cost, they will wish they stuck with the IP Office platform.

RE: VMPro to AAM

Oh I know.......I saw the bill for purchasing Aura. Let's just say I don't think they got a good deal. They purchased it from the incumbent telco in the country we are headquartered in.

RE: VMPro to AAM

well, if you got DB dips in IPO, you're probably buying an experience portal now too.

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