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Yes, sorry not very clear (I thought I had typed Call rerouting..).

Yes the 1st alternative routing is to voicemail. The different types are DID (direct dial in) Int (internal) CO (trunk) Tie (private connection between two systems) and a few more./Mostly they will all be set to 'This'.

So the call rerouting first alternative will re route to system VM  after the reroute timer expires. If this is sooner than the the call forward reroute timer then the call will go to system voicemail. Unless you want some calls to go to system voicemail then just set them all to normal. I suspect its something to do with the call setup time for mobile that is making the difference and causing the conflict. You can juggle the timers to make it work but its a long time since I did it.

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Doing so does not list a Call Forwarding 1st alternative. It does not even have a basic call forwarding option. There are Call Rerouting Always Alternatives, Call Routing First Alternatives, and Call Routing Second Alternatives?

In there I think I see what you were talking about in the previous posts.

https://imgur.com/a/5OewO

EDIT:

https://imgur.com/a/kHroW

Added image with more info. Not quite sure what all the different no answer options are (DID, Int, TIE, CO) and google is failing me atm. :)
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What is the difference between the MiCollab for PC 8.0.17 client and the MiCollab Client for Windows Desktop 7.3.0.235?

Is the MiCollab for PC a new client that can run on Windows that is similar to the mobile client or is it something else?

If it's the new client, how do you install it?  Where (what path/url) do you get it from.

I see both are under Client Versions in the MiCollab Client Service Administration page.
Pc cliŽnt is almost the samen as the. Mobile client. Provisining is also the samen. You can use the token from your welcome email.  Pc cliŽnt is not Supported in rds, citrix environments.   

Verstuurd vanaf mijn SM-G935F met Tapatalk

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Set a route in the router for letting the two vlans communicate (possible there may be a facility in this already ).

We usually just set a switch port untagged for programming the 3300 and made it that purpose only or IIRC it can be set as a trunk port on the port between the switch and the router (it then uses the router to route as above). Different switches/routers call it different things just to confuse matters....
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Have a client who is using Record A Call to record Ad hoc conferences in a Mitel 250 system with version 6.2 software.  Client is stating that the wav files being sent to their email addresses are only 30 mins long, even though the recorded conference call is longer than 30 mins. 

We have already lengthened the mailboxes to have no message length limit/mailbox limit, and extended the Rec A Call Timer to 120 minutes.

Usually the calls are within a single office, although sometimes they take place from 1 node to another. 

Any ideas?  Searched for a Conference Timer limit but couldn't find any timer that was set to 30 mins. 

Is there a max file size for the WAV attachment?

Thanks

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Mitel Software Applications / MiCollab for PC / Windows Desktop clients
« Last post by CraigB on Today at 11:56:57 AM »
What is the difference between the MiCollab for PC 8.0.17 client and the MiCollab Client for Windows Desktop 7.3.0.235?

Is the MiCollab for PC a new client that can run on Windows that is similar to the mobile client or is it something else?

If it's the new client, how do you install it?  Where (what path/url) do you get it from.

I see both are under Client Versions in the MiCollab Client Service Administration page.
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acejavelin,

What type of message does it send when you press Decline?

Thanks,

TE
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So the issue turned out to be... Under Forwarding Paths there is an option "Fwd Call Type - IC Calls" and it is set to default of "No".  Changed that to "Yes" and now the system works for internal and external calls.
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MiVoice Office 250/Mitel 5000 / Mitel 5624 Decline Call gives busy
« Last post by acejavelin on Today at 10:20:31 AM »
Anyway to get the 5624 WiFi phone to send a call to VM if you select Decline, rather than just give a busy signal?
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I do have a Router in the mix. 

Looking into the tagging of the port aspect now. 
As for this, yes, if we untag the port, then yes, we are able to get to it in that manner, but we lose connectivity to the phones and phones do not obtain DHCP info.

The odd thing is, from vlan1, I am able to ping all the phones on which get their DHCP address from the 3300 on vlan2 and the "pass-through/switch port" on the phones allow data so the routing seems fine.

I just cannot ping nor reach the 3300 from the data vlan.
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