Octel Voicemail 250 console login and reboot

Octel Voicemail 250 console login and reboot

The Octel 250 Voicemail unit provides 3rd-party voicemail to Nortel and Avaya products. Login to the Octel 250 is kind of strange so I created this video to help out anyone who may encounter this product. While I am not a subject matter expert on this particular voicemail product, this video does offer some tips on how to login and navigate the various screens. DEFAULT PASSWORD: For those of you looking for the default password is may be one of 3 things (that I'm aware of): 1. 99999 2. 999999 3. system serial number. If none of those it may have been modified since the install. Never hurts to flip the keyboard over to see if they wrote the password on the bottom of the keyboard. Also, look inside the cabinet cover - that's another popular place tech will sometime write the system password. This Octel 250 voicemail was attached to a Melin Legend system. However, you may find them used with any Avaya or Nortel product. I'm pretty sure this, and all other Octel voicemail products, are not end of life and may not even be supported by Avaya anymore.

Self Service Voicemail Password Reset for Avaya Octel Aria

Self Service Voicemail Password Reset for Avaya Octel Aria

This video demonstrates how your organization's employees can easily use Unimax's self service telecom portal called LineOne to process telecom and UC MACDs like voicemail password resets without assistance. LineOne is fully configurable. You decide which MACDs you want your employees to see and change. Examples of what you might want to off-load to self service employees include voicemail passwords, phone PINs, speed dials, zero out extensions, call forwarding numbers, simultaneous ring settings, phone labels, voicemail notification preferences (i.e. via phone, email, text, etc.), find me settings and much more. LineOne's self service functionality is compatible in both single and multi-vendor environments with PBX, UC and voicemail systems from Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft (Lync, Active Directory and Unified Messaging), Nortel (Avaya Blue), AVST and others. Examples of compatible systems include Avaya Communication Manager, Avaya CS1K, Avaya Meridian, Avaya Succession, Avaya Aura Messaging, Avaya Intuity Audix, Avaya Modular Messaging, Avaya Octel Aria, Avaya Octel Serenade, Avaya Message Networking, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unity, Cisco Unity Connection, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Unified Messaging, Nortel CS1K (Avaya Blue), Nortel Meridian (Avaya Blue), Nortel Succession (Avaya Blue), Nortel CallPilot (Avaya Blue), AVST CX-E, AVST CallXpress and others. For more information about LineOne and telecom self service, visit www.unimax.com/lineone.

AVST 2013 Webinar - My Octel Dies in 2014 - What is Next?

AVST 2013 Webinar - My Octel Dies in 2014 - What is Next?

Protect your current TDM and IP-PBX telephony infrastructure all while upgrading your legacy voicemail system to a next generation unified communications solution. With 30 years of innovation and over 15 million customers worldwide, AVST is ranked at the #1 voicemail system most used, according to Voice Report's national PBX survey. Don't miss this all new webinar to discover how to: - Economically transition your legacy voicemail and call processing solutions with minimal retraining; - Meets your mission critical centralized private cloud initiatives through its survivability, disaster recovery, scalability and virtualization options; and - Deploy advanced UC applications today regardless of your current or future IT infrastructure including: - Best-of-breed unified messaging - Advanced personal assistant, speech and mobile client to address the mobility requirements of your workforce - Rapidly integrate communications with information to optimize your business processes

AVST 2013 Webinar - My Octel Dies in 2014/2015 - What's Next?

AVST 2013 Webinar - My Octel Dies in 2014/2015 - What's Next?

Protect your current TDM and IP-PBX telephony infrastructure all while upgrading your legacy voicemail system to a next generation unified communications solution. With 30 years of innovation and over 15 million customers worldwide, AVST is ranked at the #1 voicemail system most used, according to Voice Report's national PBX survey. Don't miss this all new webinar to discover how to: - Economically transition your legacy voicemail and call processing solutions with minimal retraining; - Meets your mission critical centralized private cloud initiatives through its survivability, disaster recovery, scalability and virtualization options; and - Deploy advanced UC applications today regardless of your current or future IT infrastructure including: - Best-of-breed unified messaging - Advanced personal assistant, speech and mobile client to address the mobility requirements of your workforce - Rapidly integrate communications with information to optimize your business processes

Eulogy for an Octel

Eulogy for an Octel

OCTEL 1992 Sales Meeting Smiling Faces

OCTEL 1992 Sales Meeting Smiling Faces

Smiling faces video for Octel's Sales meeting 1992.

Help Desk Agent Voicemail Password Reset for Avaya Octel Aria

Help Desk Agent Voicemail Password Reset for Avaya Octel Aria

This video demonstrates how tier one help desk agents can easily use Unimax's help desk telecom portal called HelpOne to process telecom and UC MACDs like voicemail password resets without assistance. HelpOne is fully configurable. You decide which MACDs you want help desk agents to see and change. Examples of what you might want to off-load to the help desk include voicemail passwords, phone PINs, speed dials, zero out extensions, call forwarding numbers, simultaneous ring settings, phone labels, voicemail notification preferences (i.e. via phone, email, text, etc.), find me settings, phone and voicemail creation and deletes and much more. HelpOne's help desk agent functionality is compatible in both single and multi-vendor environments with PBX, UC and voicemail systems from Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft (Lync, Active Directory and Unified Messaging), Nortel (Avaya Blue), AVST and others. Examples of compatible systems include Avaya Communication Manager, Avaya CS1K, Avaya Meridian, Avaya Succession, Avaya Aura Messaging, Avaya Intuity Audix, Avaya Modular Messaging, Avaya Octel Aria, Avaya Octel Serenade, Avaya Message Networking, Cisco Unified Communications Manager, Cisco Unity, Cisco Unity Connection, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Lync, Microsoft Unified Messaging, Nortel CS1K (Avaya Blue), Nortel Meridian (Avaya Blue), Nortel Succession (Avaya Blue), Nortel CallPilot (Avaya Blue), AVST CX-E, AVST CallXpress and others. For more information about HelpOne and help desk enablement, visit www.unimax.com/helpone.

Octel - Commitment to Quality

Octel - Commitment to Quality

Employee orientation video produced for our key account, Octel.

Octel Process lab

Octel Process lab

ROLM Halloween 1995 Skit 4 - Death Star Board Meeting

ROLM Halloween 1995 Skit 4 - Death Star Board Meeting

*** Turn on Closed Captioning for better understanding of the dialogue! *** Music has been cut from 0:05 to 1:10 to avoid copyright issues. We played the Imperial March from Star Wars as we set up the scene. No dialogue is missing. Halloween at ROLM 1995: Fourth and final skit. "Death Star Board Meeting". Filmed at Siemens ROLM Communications Inc in Santa Clara, California on Oct 31 1995. First place winner in skit contest, written and Performed by PhoneMail Development. The final "real skit" performed by PhoneMail (ending the years-long winning streak), as the department was cut back in early 1996. The 1996 PhoneMail Halloween presentation was a funeral for the department and no further skits were written by PhoneMail. Topics up for parody in this skit were: - Star Wars and the Death Star (obviously) - The new "flex" benefits plan, presented to employees through both an endless stream of mail to our homes and company meetings presented by a somewhat rambunctious salesperson - The interruptions by the bizarre loudspeakers in each building's ceiling that happened with increasing frequency in 1995 (especially the unexplained "Riser Test Announcements" that happened every month and sounded just like the one in the skit). - Gephardt's penchant for announcing quarterly results to the staff as streams of numbers in a voicemail - The completion of the Executive Briefing Center, the remodeled building with the odd cow-catcher-looking structure on top. - The VOB. The new source control system in PhoneMail development was based on the ominous-sounding VOB (Versioned Object Base). It only made sense that it would be the source of Lord Vader's power. - Subtle, but the attempt to blow up the planet is foiled by our build servers' propensity for crashing. - Also subtle, but this was the year we were all issued those elastic belt clips that held our badges on retractable lines. They were used for the perfunctory but hilarious "salute" at the start of the meeting. The song is to the tune of "C'Est Moi", from the musical Camelot. The main ("Lancelot") part is sung by Doug Valkenaar: Board: Benefits! Benefits! While I'm at home I get your mail! Benefits! Benefits! And piece by piece they tell the tale! Salesman: A WONderful way for us to tell to YOU About everything that is new: A benefits package full of flexibility, Insurance for yourself, your wife, and cat. And buy vacation, too, Unless of course if you Have worked too long to qualify for that. Board Member: There's lots of choices in the manual sent to me I'm trying to pick, but I don't think I can So where in the world Is there in the world A man who can understand? Lancelot: It's flex! It's flex! I know that it's good, At least as much as I know. I'd call right now, If only I could Decide which way to go. I have to choose a medical plan So maybe an HMO Or if I choose an Option, then I must pick High or Low! It's flex, it's flex, A marvelous plan! A smorgasbord of delight! So here I stand, Instructions in hand, Dialing the phone, Listening and... Hoping that I guess right! All: It's flex! Actors: Richard Muirhead (Grand Moff Tarkin) Mark Thompson (Lord Vader) Other Board Members: Gerardo Chaves Scott Forman Jeanne Ichnowski ??? (Benefits salesperson: ?) Mark Kaminsky (Mailman) John Yates & Kim Rennak (Standing Lieutenants)

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