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transfer IP extensions on new LIM on MiVoice MX-ONE

transfer IP extensions on new LIM on MiVoice MX-ONE

transfer IP extensions on new LIM on MiVoice MX-ONE

(OP)
Hi!
We have Mitel MX-ONE Version: 7.3.1.0.42 with 3 Lim's
some IP- extention register at 1Lim some at 2Lim and some at 3Lim
Now, we want to drop 2LIM and move all users to 3.
Is there any procedure for this. Because now, we have to delete from 2 and initialize to 3 manually, each. Users on 2 > 1000 and doing it manually is problematic. All actions are performed through the ssh console.

Thanks in advanceafro2

RE: transfer IP extensions on new LIM on MiVoice MX-ONE

Deleting a user in MX-ONE Service Node
In the MiVoice MX-ONE Service Node, command
line interface (CLI) is used to delete user data;
basically, first name, last name, extension
number, function keys, and VDP (visitor desktop/
hot desking) data.

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