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CallPilot 600r Maintenance

CallPilot 600r Maintenance

CallPilot 600r Maintenance

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We have a callpilot 600r. It's been in service since the mid 90's and I'm sure it's in need of some sort of maintenance.
hardware seems fine for now, although the HDD throws a message at every boot that says the disk is going to fail.
I have 2 questions
is there a way to do a purge on the database so stale information/media/etc is deleted? I have set the classes to auto delete both played and unplayed message after certain times. But over the years it turns out the staff using this have just been deleting mailboxes and recreating anytime they needed to so I'm sure there are tones of orphaned data.

Second question is how could I clone the HDD? I have more 74GB SCSI drives than I know what to do with, but no way to connect them to this box to get the HDD cloned. Hoping for ideas/suggestions.

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