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  • Voicemail

    How many concurrent connections can the voicemail server handle at one time?

    In other words, how many people at one time call into voicemail and listen to voicemail?

  • #2
    Concurrent Vmail access

    I am not sure about this, but I thought I remember reading a 255 concurrent number limit on audio streams from the vmail server.

    This would include voicemail, workgroup recordings, etc I would assume.

    But again, for some reason that number just popped into my head.

    Either way, it is a LOT of connections. It is not limited by "port" like some other systems where you pay for 4 ports or 8 ports.


    • #3

      very close. just found it.
      Its 254 simultaneous voice stream per server.


      • #4

        Wow, I was close!

        I wonder how many streams on average are chewed up by workgroups and other non-voicemail tasks???