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Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

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We have an existing NEC 2000 with a third party voice mail system integrated In-Band (NOT MCI). MWI at the local NEC 2000 works fine. We just added a site with an NEC Elite IPK and it is CCIS networked with the NEC 2000 but I can't seem to light MWI across the CCIS network. I know this works with an MCI link because I've done it before. Any Ideas?

RE: Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

MCI is the only way you can light the lamp with CCIS.

RE: Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

(OP)
Thanks!  

RE: Can't light MWI across CCIS // NEC 2000 to Elite IPK

I have a similiar scenario using Elite IPK at remote site, CCIS connects with a NEC 2400/host site.  They're using INEAXMAIL AD 40 at the host site. Also, they're using MCI link, however message waiting works at the host site, but not at the IPK remote site (ie, at remote we still get messages but no MWI). Any suggestions?

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