Log into the MSL using putty.
If you don’t know how to then check out this earlier post
Log in a “root” and use same password as “admin” (Normally)
If you have a pfx file you will need to decrypt it (unless you are on the latest version on MSL)
If the file was named wildcard certificate the instructions would be something like the below
You will need the password to decrypt the pfx file. This was created the same time as the certificate
Callflows for mailboxes can be found in
use winscp or other secure ftp client to download the files either for backup or copy to another mailbox / system.
Useful tool to turn on/off MWI lamps from the MAS/Nupoint console.
Instead of logging on as “admin” use “root” with the same password
type – “slight”
It will prompt you for a mailbox number
You can then turn light on, off, and set to current value.
In another putty window you can use command “vccs -m”
This will show you live commands being sent to the phone system
Micollab client pictures show as Red X in admin web page.
Just had an issue where some of the MiCollab clients could not see their voicemails in the visual voice window.
I knew I had it set correctly as all accounts were using same licenses and FCOS
The client icon would change in the system tray and a tape reel icon would appear in the top right hand of the client but know message in the window
Besides this issue the client worked fine
What I eventually found out was that all clients that were working had Windows Media Player installed. WMP.
I saw in the release notes that it is a pre-requisite
The “N” version of windows does not have MWP installed in default but I believe you can add it on manually
The version the customer had was “Enterprise” but it had no WMP. May be a custom install image was used.
If you would like to sync your MCD and MiCollab server with Active Directory you will need to set up….
Just installed latest MAS 6 with a 5000.
Unable to use the AWV as DTMF had no effect when dialing in.
Mitel advised us to change DTMF Decoding Payload setting within IP Settings from 101 to 96, then reboot the system.