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#601211 06/01/16 12:47 AM
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Will be networking three SL1100's together this summer. Two of the sites are very small, only a couple of people. Is centralized voicemail from the main site the way to go? I don't see any reason for three separate voicemail systems. Am I missing anything obvious here?

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Having seperate day/nite and redundancy.

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If you are doing SL Net only the main site can have the voice mail card.


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that is the way to go. centralized vm. easy to program and works perfect I have a few customers that have it set up this way. programming the auto attendant at the remote site can be a little tricky but it can be done.


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