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For an IP Office Application Server supporting a standalone IP500 V2/IP500 V2A or an Small Community Network of such systems, access to the IP Office Application Server services depends on system license or subscriptions.

Subscriptions

For an IP Office Application Server supporting an IP500 V2/IP500 V2A running in IP Office Subscription mode:

Use of the one-X Portal for IP Office services is limited to users with a Unified Communications User subscription.

Use of the Voicemail Pro service does not require any subscriptions. However, the UMS and TTS Email Reading features are limited to users with a Unified Communications User subscription.

Licenses

For an IP Office Application Server supporting an IP500 V2/IP500 V2A not running in IP Office Subscription mode, the use of various features is licensed, for example which users are able to use the one-X Portal for IP Office application. For such an installation it is important to understand the role of the licenses below. For a IP Office Subscription mode system

Essential Edition
This license is a pre-requisite for the Preferred Edition license below.

Preferred Edition (Voicemail Pro)
The Voicemail Pro application requires this license. The license enables the application and 4 voicemail ports.

Preferred Edition Additional Voicemail Ports
These licenses add additional voicemail ports. You can add multiple licenses, up to 20 ports when running Voicemail Pro and one-X Portal for IP Office, or 40 ports when running just Voicemail Pro.

User Profile Licenses
For a user to use the one-X Portal for IP Office application, you must license and configure the user to one of the following user profiles in the IP Office configuration: Office Worker, Teleworker or Power User. Each role requires an available Office Worker, Teleworker or Power User license in the IP Office configuration.

 

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