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Changing the Voicemail Server Password

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The connection between the IP Office and the Voicemail Pro services uses a password set in the IP Office security settings. When you change the password in the IP Office system's security settings, you must also change the password set in the voicemail server's preferences.

You can set the voicemail server preferences through IP Office Web Manager or using the Voicemail Pro client. Note that after changing the password, you do not need to restart the voicemail service. However, it may take a couple of minutes for the two systems to connect.

For IP Office R11.1 FP1 and higher, the password for voicemail connection is enforced to 31 characters with restriction on repeated characters and enforcement of characters from different character types (lower case, upper case, numbers, extended characters).

To change the voicemail server password using IP Office Web Manager:

1.Login to the Unified Communications Module server's IP Office Web Manager menus.

2.Click on Applications and select Voicemail Pro - System Preferences.

3.In the Voicemail Password box, enter the same password as set in the IP Office system's security settings.

4.Click Update.

5.When prompted to confirm the changes, click Yes.

To change the voicemail server password using the Voicemail Pro client:

1.Start the Voicemail Pro client and login to the server.

2.Click the icon preferences icon.

3.Select the General tab.

4.In the Voicemail Password field, enter the same password that has been set in the IP Office system's security settings.

5.Click Save & Make Live.



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