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If you have a digital cabinet, then you have to have a MCC and some generic around 1001-1005. If that's the case, you can make the Lingo work, although it won't be pretty or easy.

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I'm thinking it's a Generic 217 system.

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John,

If it has a digital cabinet, then the MCC has to be in the digital cabinet and that would make the generic 1001-1005, right? It's been a long time since I converted a 217 analog to a digital system, but, I remember taking out the 217 generic and replacing it with an analog card version of a BCC and that gets attached to the digital cabinet. Depending on the generic, if it's around 1005, he could use the Lingo. If it's closer to the 1001, then he's much better off with a DuVoice, Repartee or Prophet as they will integrate.

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Thanks guys - I did get the Lingo to integrate (kind of) with everyone's help... But you are correct - it's not "pretty". Not the solution that my staff is accepting... So I am back to the drawing board - looking for a VERY CHEAP used system online. Duvoice, and Repartee systems (even the VERY old ones) are too expensive, or without dongle keys (which is my original problem). I am not familiar with Prophet. Considering I just need a COV (Mitel) integratable solution for 10 mailboxes to last maybe 8 months, I'm interested in finding a cheap voicebrick unit that won't require any OEM software to program the unit, and will fully integrate with my Mitel for BASIC voicemail (no fax/email/etc.).

I found a Momentum CTL DVP4 DVP4-1550/F1 online, which seems to be what I'm looking for, but can not find documentation to confirm it can integrate. Also found a Key Voice Debut, and documentation does indicate it will integrate 100% with my Mitel- however the documentation strongly suggests that I need to install "KeyLink Software" on my computer to access/program the unit. I doubt I can find this legacy software anywhere. Any input?

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My bad, yes if there is a digital cabinet then it's either a 454 or 480 port setup.

I think it would be extremely diffult if not impossible to find anything that still supports the Dialogic D/42D board.

What are the 10 boxes used for?

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