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Voicemail Programming ?

Voicemail Programming ?

Voicemail Programming ?

Has anybody used the new generation laptops to program a voicemail and the laptop doesnt have serial ports but USB ports and had to use a USB to RS232 converter ? And yes in particular null modem.

Thanks in advance

RE: Voicemail Programming ?

I have seen a dude program a Cisco router using the USB adaptor. It was not using VT100 GUI, but rather line-by-line
shell-style. What is your issue? Are you not able to talk at all to the voicemail?

RE: Voicemail Programming ?

I havent tried yet, just ordered a new laptop and was wondering if anybody else had used USB with the serial adapter to program voicemail. I assume it will work but ya know how that goes.....just wondering if anybody else has been there done that....


RE: Voicemail Programming ?

I have used a USB to RS232 Converter to register Ericsson DECT handsets it worked on a GAP set but not the older type unsure whether it was the DECT or the converter that did not work, however I have been told by other Techs that some of the converters work with some programs and not with others....Good luck

RE: Voicemail Programming ?

thanks for the info guys. Guess I'll go and get the belkin fsu103 and try my luck. appreciate the feedback

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