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Deleting GD mailbox messages

Deleting GD mailbox messages

Deleting GD mailbox messages

(OP)
How can you easily delete a large group of messages that are on the GD mailbox? This is a 3G NAM. Hope it's something simple.

Thanks

darnold@americaii.com

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

No way to do it as far as I know. You have to kill them one at a time. Had to do 3100 one time here. Much fun!!!
GatorDave

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

yeah there is now way, you have to do them one at a time.

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Hey Gator, Did you delete all 3100 or have your admin assistant do it for you????

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Hey guys c'mon.

There is a way to delete all the messages in the GD mail box at one time...

Just do a restore of the CDB.

You're welcome.

PhM

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

You're right ARR, I read the question wrong. I thought he wanted to delete mailboxes,not messages.

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

I'm lost! Restore of the CDB? What's the CDB??

MRoberts
mroberts@americaii.com
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RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

What's the CDB?

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

MR, Hawks,

 Sorry... CDB - Customer Data Base. I made the incorrect assumption that a NAM was the Vmail unit. Tbe restore won't work for a Flash of course. I was making a rather weak attempt at humour v.s. fact... doing a restore on a NAM would only be indicated if the crisis were dire or the voice anouncements and mail boxes were few.

Rgds
PhM

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

I thought someone might be pulling my leg! P-)

MRoberts
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RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Umm no... although the thought raises interesting possibilities on this forum. Hmmmmm

Perhaps start a thread on networking Star Talk Flashes together using the second port and a roll over cable...

or connecting an ATA to the headset port on a phone to provide remote access....



PhM

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Or perhaps connecting two CICS switches together using the IATA ports off of both switches??? I been meaning to try that little test. One call at a time but maybe it could be done.
Analog port to line port and back again?

MRoberts
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RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Way Cool...

Wonder how bad that would scramble the software... leaves me wondering, however, what would happen if you connected two station ports but reversed the cabling as in a roll over cable... would the B2 channel read the B1?

PhM

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

(OP)
Evidentally a little basic electronics is in order......lol

darnold@americaii.com

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Nah, hate math.

MRoberts
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RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Long as you don't start another punfest we'll have no hangups.

JerryReeve
Communications Systems Int'l
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RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Yeah... rings a bell ... but I can't re-call.

PhM

RE: Deleting GD mailbox messages

Okay so your acronym really stands for ARRRRGH! Right?!

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