In case you missed it (like 99% of the rest of the world), Nortel Networks re-branded their popular CallPilot Voicemail systems. This re-branding took place on May 1, 2005 and was widely missed by pretty much everyone.
There have been no changes to the product, its functionality, looks or anything else like that. Just the name.
Are you ready for the big change? Here it is:
CallPilot 100 is now Nortel Messaging 100
CallPilot 150 is now Nortel Messaging 150
Very exciting changes that we thought we’d mention.
Of course, to keep things interesting, Nortel Networks has another CallPilot product, which is a unified messaging solution for large enterprise systems and has NOTHING TO DO with the Nortel Integrated Communications System platforms.
In case you’re wondering, we still call these products by the “CallPilot” moniker as it’s still the way the rest of the world knows them.
For those of you who have been using Mitel phone systems, this might apply to you.
The Mitel SX-50, SX-200 and SX-2000 phone systems often use the Mitel Ensemble Voicemail system. However, the Ensemble hasn’t been produced for quite a while and is virutally impossible to find, despite the fact that it’s very good voicemail system. Actually, that’s probably why it’s so hard to find – everyone’s still using it!
The Ensemble has been replaced by the DuVoice DV4 or DV2000 series unified messaging solution which has the power to consolidate your voicemail, fax and e-mail communications and send them all to e-mail.
The DV4 is scalable to 8 ports and the DV2000 is scalable to 48 ports for enterprise applications. These systems build on the strengths of the Ensemble voicemail system and are worth a serious look if you’re in the market for voicemail solutions.
The DV4 and DV2000 can integrate with most any phone system, including those from Avaya, Nortel, Mitel and Vodavi.
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The M7310 Busy Lamp Field (BLF) module is a great tool. However, Nortel M7310 users need to be aware that the BLF module doesn’t work on all generations of ICS software.
The BLF module only works on KSU software versions 6.0 and LOWER. It will NOT work on versions 6.1 or 7.0.
This problem is also evident on older M7310 phones (1st generation), where adjusting the contrast on the BLF will only show 4 levels of adjustment versus the NINE levels of adjustment that are available on newer phones.
If your Nortel ICS phone system uses software revision 6.1 or 7.0, you’ll need a T7316 phone and a KIM CAP module instead of the M7310 and a BLF module.
Thought you’d all like to know.