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Remote Access to VM Set-up

Remote Access to VM Set-up

Remote Access to VM Set-up

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Hello:

I have a retail store running basic (11.0), and two of the SIPs are designated to a single administrative office. I have VM set up for this user, but I'm having some trouble getting remote access set-up. Is there a way to do it without having to go through the AA?

Thanks!

RE: Remote Access to VM Set-up

not sure if basic does the same the the "real" IP Office does but once the mailbox answers you can try dialing *7 and see if you get the mailbox login

If not then maybe there is also a breakout (2 and 3) that can be programmed and the can be sent to the mailbox login *17

this is of course all working on the essential and preferred edition but I have never installed a basic edition so it may not actually be an option. But it is worth a try I thought.

Joe
FHandw, ACSS, ACIS

https://www.millsidetc.com/

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