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.

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

Eulogy for an Octel

Eulogy for an Octel

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

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.

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

AVST Webinar - Voicemail Replacements for Next Generation Unified Communications (UC)

AVST Webinar - Voicemail Replacements for Next Generation Unified Communications (UC)

Chapters in this Webinar - http://www.avst.com -------------------------------------- 00:37 Introduction to AVST 01:52 UC Application Deployment 03:30 The University of Toronto - Case Study 04:16 Centralize Messaging Across Three Campuses 04:59 Centralization and Consolidation 07:31 Survivability - Call Servers 08:27 High Availability - Uninterrupted Hot Standby System Server 09:19 Disaster Recovery - Fully-Synchronized Warm Standby 10:05 How to Retain 11,000 Faculty/Staff 10:30 Migration Octel Voicemail System 11:55 Improve Caller Experience 12:31 Deployed 300 Automated Attendants/450,000 Calls/Month 13:48 Deploy Unified Messaging in Evolving Email Environment 14:35 Best-of-Breed Solution by Leading Analysts 16:27 AVST Mobile Client - Native iPhone and Android 18:04 AVST CX-E Client 18:29 Who is AVST's Ideal Customer? 20:35 The Power of AVST's Unified Communications Solutions 23:18 Over 400+ Telephony Integrations (Avaya, Cisco, Microsoft) 24:17 What is New in AVST CX-E 8.2? 24:30 CX-E 8.2, CX-E 8.2 SU1, CX-E 8.2 SU2 25:50 CX-E 8.2 SU2 - VMWare 4.1, 40,000 Calls and 500 ports 29:00 Question and Answers 33:25 Thank You for Viewing Webinar Overview If you could predict the future, there would be a lot less risk when transitioning your legacy voicemail systems to next generation Unified Communications. With three decades of continuous development and more than 15 million users worldwide, AVST removes that uncertainty! - Supports evolutionary IP telephony strategy (moving from TDM to IP over time) - Provides critical voicemail and call processing requirements including workforce retraining concerns - Hundreds of centralized, private cloud deployments that deliver resiliency - Compatible with multiple, disparate or evolving email systems - including premise and/or cloud - Meets customers' unified messaging retention issues - capacity, compliance and confidentiality - Delivers speech-based and device independent mobile UC solutions for the workforce - Enables business process improvements through enhanced communications But don't take our word - in this webinar, AVST will share how Canada's largest university modernized their communications. Plus, hear what's new in our latest release CX-E 8.2 SU2.

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