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How do I clear a voicemail box on Modular messaging for other users (Avaya) [migrated]

I have Avaya ASA and Modular Messaging. Occasionally, someone asks us to clear their voicemail box. The only way I know how to do this currently is to attach a voicemail box to outlook so I can clear ...
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how to record normal/PSTN calls using asterisk

i want to recording incoming calls and outgoing calls using asterisk. when i make a call from my mobile phone with a custom dialer. my calls will not be a voice calls i.e. Voice over ip , that will be ...
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Listen to multiple RTSP Streams

I plan on having multiple RTSP streaming servers on the same network: rtsp://192.168.1.2 rtsp://192.168.1.3 rtsp://192.168.1.x Is there any way I can listen to all of them in Windows 7 at the same ...
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3CX integration with SQL server database

I am planning to buy 3CX for my company. I have my own call center software which is used to enter the details about caller. When our customer care executive enters the caller number in the grid, ...
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wireless communication Qos and SINR

Is there any formula which relates SINR constraints to QoS constraint? I assume that it depends on type of application. But there is any general working rule for that?? For example, if I need a QoS of ...
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Asterisk replacement for multi-line/multi-phone/all ring Nortel system?

I'm trying to replace an aging Nortel phone system with an Asterisk based system. The existing system work something like this: Phone 1- -Line 1 Phone 2-- --Line 2 Phone ...
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Temporary Long-Range (WiFi?) Camera Network

I work for an urban municipality and we are scheduling an event where we would like to setup a cheap, temporary camera network. I need to send the signal from downtown (where all of the cameras are) ...
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How does a mobile site get to know which mobile operator I'm using?

I was browsing internet from my mobile, and I noticed that mobile site were showing ads specific to the mobile operator that I was using. I switched the sim card of a different mobile operator and ...
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What is difference between 3G, 4G and Wifi Technology? [closed]

I am truly confused with the difference between 3G, 4G and Wifi Technology. Can please somebody explain me the difference?
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In Skype, how can I hang up from a group call that I started without ending the call for everyone else?

I often will start a group call (which makes me the "creator" of the call) but need to leave before others on the call wrap up. How can I hang up from my end while allowing the remaining users to ...
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Using Asterisk with multiple phone lines (PSTN)

I've had experience working with Asterisk over VoIP. Did pretty complex stuff with it as long as it had ethernet cables and internet connected. I've gotten used to connecting the box to an ITSP and ...
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The physical working paradigm of a signal passing on wire [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How does network interface card work physically? Hi, This may be more a question of physics, so pardon me if there's any inconvenience. When I study computer networks, ...
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Do all the network cards use the same frequency to send signals to wire?

I am comparing my cable TV wire to my network wire. In a TV cable wire, different frequencies are used by different TV channels. And since a certain channel use a fixed frequency, I think the only ...