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Partner Messaging Rls 7.0 Admin software PC compatibility

Partner Messaging Rls 7.0 Admin software PC compatibility

Partner Messaging Rls 7.0 Admin software PC compatibility

It has been a long time since I've had to work on these
Last time I used a Laptop with Windows 98-SE
Of course I don't have anything that old anymore
I have a copy of the Admin Software. And of course it doesn't reference any PC's newer than Windows 98.
Has anyone had any luck loading and getting it to work on XP, 7 or 10?
I'm sure I'm barking up a dead tree.
Told them they need a new system.
Just need to Backup the system in case it crashes

RE: Partner Messaging Rls 7.0 Admin software PC compatibility

It needs to be a 32 bit system to install, won't work on 64-bit.

If you're lucky (?) enough to have something, use compatibility mode for XP SP2 for both the install and the program, you will be fine.

You can backup to the PCMCIA card, but just the Automated Attendant (and recordings) and the Mailbox structure (but not greetings or messages)

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