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Upgrading NEC DSX 40 intramail cards

Upgrading NEC DSX 40 intramail cards

Upgrading NEC DSX 40 intramail cards

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I am working on a NEC DSX 40 telephone system. I want to upgrade the version of the intramail cards . A few years ago I saw some tech info that showed how to get some software that will allow you to ugrade the version of the intamail to the higher version so it will be compatible with other NEC DSX systems higher level version. My question is where can this information be found. I am hoping someone on here can help me. I have had good experiences on this site in past times with very helpful members.

RE: Upgrading NEC DSX 40 intramail cards

Take a look at the MAT program. I think it was included once you get logged in. I may be thinking that it was to make a backup. There was a separate program, however it would only run on a
DOS machine. I'm still looking for a copy.

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