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Enterprise User License migration to UCC
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Enterprise User License migration to UCC

Enterprise User License migration to UCC

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Hi, do you know if there exist an uplift or migration license to convert an Enterprise IP User License into an UCCv4 (either Basic or Standard). This is for a customer willing to add MiCollab to traditional IP Users.
cheers,
daniel

www.hatkanatelecom.com

RE: Enterprise User License migration to UCC

Depending upon the license, you should be able to move them to the UCC ULM. They will be basic then and should be able to upgrade from there

RE: Enterprise User License migration to UCC

There part numbers for the migration licenses. Mitel is currently offering a promotion for free migration of licenses and mailboxes from Nupoint standalones. You should contact your Mitel dealer.

I suppose you're entitled to your opinion, I'm just not going to suppose very hard.

RE: Enterprise User License migration to UCC

purchase micollab
create ULM from MIVB ARID
Add micollab to ULM
move IP user licenses from MIVB to ULM ( ULM will add tehm back to MIVB)
then purchase uplift for UCC Basic ( IP user) to UCC entry or UCC standard or UCC premium

If I never did anything I'd never done before , I'd never do anything.....

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