When attempting to Cisco "Smart" Call Connector Advanced, under the VoiceView tab, I get the error: Failed to Initialize VoiceView - Unable to open port 80.
I worked with Sonny at CallComm for a hour or two disabling firewalls on the server, the client and changing ports here and trying this and that.
We left off thinking that port 80 on the client must be free and I dont know why it wouldnt be.
Why kind of programmer creates a local webserver, on a static port, without checking to see if its in use - to access info (voicemail) on another server?
Skype has an option for not using port 80 for incoming connections. You need to uncheck under Options->Advanced->Connections the following " Use port 80 and 443 as alternatives for incoming connections"
With respect to the grey VoiceView field -- some files appear to be left in Windows System32 after the uninstallation of the previous versions of CallConnectors including the ccTrog.dll and ccSkinny.dll. These files have caaused issues with the Advanced Client operation as the newer versions in the Common Files folder were not being accessed.