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Nortel Opt61C Meridian Mail Issue..

Nortel Opt61C Meridian Mail Issue..

Nortel Opt61C Meridian Mail Issue..

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I am working on an OPT61C with Meridian Mail (RLS12.14.1) and the tape drive seems to keep eating the backup tapes. I've tried multiple cleanings and have new backup tapes (Tape Cartridge - Imation Magnus DC6250 2.5/5Gb SLR4 Data Cartridges (46168)). Not sure whether its the tape drive itself or that the drive was just extremely dirty, but if I have to replace the tape drive, what would the procedure be? I can't seem to find the documentation on this anywhere?! The tape drive is an NT6P05BA, module is an NT6D45AA. I am having the new tape drive and cartridges shipped to site and just want to make sure I have all information needed to fix the issue.

RE: Nortel Opt61C Meridian Mail Issue..

please help i want to dail my pwbx 4 digit and ring out on my mobile how do this???

RE: Nortel Opt61C Meridian Mail Issue..

This forum is for network equipment and not phones.

You are better trying in the Nortel: CS1000 (Meridian) systems forum.

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