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  • Exchange 2007

    Has anyone tried to use Exchange 2007 as the voicemail for the shoretel system? Would be nice to have better integration.


    Thanks in advance

  • #2
    Originally posted by nextstep
    Has anyone tried to use Exchange 2007 as the voicemail for the shoretel system? Would be nice to have better integration.


    Thanks in advance
    At Voicecon, Shoretel was giving private demos of ST7 connecting with MS Office Communitor 2007, etc. It was through a 3rd party appliance. It was pretty damn cool. You could listen to VM's, Emails, even your schedule remotely. If you would like more info, I can get it for you.

    Charles

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    • #3
      Actually, this is what I am looking for:

      http://www.windowsitpro.com/Windows/...363/50363.html

      Just wondering if this had been tried with a shoretel system.


      Thanks
      Last edited by nextstep; 03-29-2007, 07:57 PM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by nextstep
        Actually, this is what I am looking for:

        http://www.windowsitpro.com/Windows/...363/50363.html

        Just wondering if this had been tried with a shoretel system.


        Thanks
        Yes, there demo included that functionality. I think the demo was the 'Cadillac' demo...it included all MS integration, from Exchange 2007 to Communicator, etc. I'm sure the excanhge 2007 piece caould have been stripped out and done seperately.

        The demo REALLY impressed me. When a user was connected to the VM system, it would read the Email, and you had the option to delete it, or do whatever with it. If you were listening to the schedule (calender), you could listen to, and even change the scheduled event, or cancel it all together and even other participants (via email)...all from your VM. It was all voice prompted, and it was all coming from Micrsoft.

        Like I mentioned before...totally fascinating stuff...

        I'll see if I can get more info for you today.

        Charles

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        • #5
          Charles,

          Were you able to get this info? Just wondering.


          Thanks again

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          • #6
            Originally posted by nextstep
            Charles,

            Were you able to get this info? Just wondering.


            Thanks again
            Apparently...it a closely held secret for now... MS LCS 2007 and Shoretel integration. I haven't gotten a reply from any of my sources. Guess I should have taken more notes when I saw it!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Charles
              Apparently...it a closely held secret for now... MS LCS 2007 and Shoretel integration. I haven't gotten a reply from any of my sources. Guess I should have taken more notes when I saw it!
              They are demonstrating it at the roadshow events.

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              • #8
                Any new news on this?

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                • #9
                  Here are the instructions to accomplish this. You need an audiocodes device for the VM integration.


                  http://www.audiocodes.com/objects/mi...log%20SMDI.pdf

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by cburgy
                    You need an audiocodes device for the VM integration.
                    for now

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                    • #11
                      We've setup the exchange 2007 and ShoreTel integration, they work very nicely together. You can dial into the ShoreTel system, and have it read you your Exchange emails, lookup contacts by voice recognition, call the contact, respond to an email, etc. It is VERY sophisticated. Microsoft does require the Enterprise CAL, which includes the Unified Communications rights, it is an additive license, so you only need it for the users who will take advantage of the integration. You can also upgrade from the Standard CAL to the Enterprise CAL.

                      Lou Person
                      brightstack TECHNOLOGIES
                      New York, NY
                      NY Metro / New York City / NYC ShoreTel Partner

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