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What Was New in Release 7.0

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The following additional features are available for an Basic Edition system running IP Office Release 7.0 software.

System Mode: Key System or PBX System
Systems can now be configured as either key or PBX systems.

2/3 Digit Extension Numbering
Systems can now be configured to use 2 digit or 3 digit extension numbering. When configured to use 2 digit extension numbering, those numbers are in the range 10 to 57 and cannot be changed. When configured to use 3 digit extension numbering, those numbers are in the range 100 to 579  but can be changed using IP Office Manager (the defaults are 100 to 199).

Up to 100 Extensions
In 3-digit numbering mode, the systems can now support up to 100 extensions.

DND Exceptions
Using IP Office Manager, the system administrator can now see and if necessary change the do not disturb status of a user. In addition the system administrator can now edit do not disturb exception numbers for the user.

Country and Language Control
The system locale settings has been separated into Country and Language values. Selecting a country will also set a default language, however that can be overridden if required using the separate language setting.

Embedded Voicemail Enhancements
The following changes have been made to Embedded Voicemail operation.

EVM Outcalling
Through the mailbox prompts menu, mailbox users can now enable voicemail outcalling. This will call a number that they configured when their mailbox contains new messages.

EVM License
The additional ports license that enables 2 additional ports now also enables 5 hours of additional prompt and message storage.

Trunk Templates
IP Office Manager can be used to import SIP and analog trunk settings from supplied trunk templates.

Avaya Nortel Phone Support
Systems can now use the TCM8 base card and DS16A or DS30A external expansion modules to support the addition of Avaya Nortel T-Series and M-Series phones.

PRI Trunk Support
Systems can now be installed with a IP500 PRI-U trunk daughter card. Only one single-port trunk card can be installed, allowing up to 30 E1 PRI trunk channels. Note that BRI and PRI trunks are not supported in the same system.

BRI Trunk Support
Systems can now be installed with IP500 BRI trunk daughter cards. Multiple cards can be installed up to a maximum capacity of 12 BRI trunk channels. This includes the IP500 Combination card pre-fitted with a BRI trunk daughter card. Note that BRI and PRI trunks are not supported in the same system.

Avaya 9500 Series Phone Support
Avaya 9500 Series phones are supported. They connect to the system using Digital Station (DS) ports in the same way as existing 1400 Series phones.

Button Programming
The following changes have been made to button programming features:

Absent Text Inspect
The existing Absent Text button function used to set and clear a user's absent text can now also be used to see the absent text of another user without having to make a call to that user.

Message Waiting Indicator Inspect
This feature can be assigned to a programmable button. In conjunction with Auto Dial - Intercom buttons for other user extensions, it can be used to see the current message waiting indicator status of those users.

 

 

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