CallManager + Nortel Meridian 81c + Meridian Call Pilot
My client has the two Nortel products mentioned in the title. We want to push Cisco IP Telephony, of which my client is willing to adapt. The problem is, they still want to maintain and use the Meridian Call Pilot as their primary voicemail platform. Frankly, I don't know where to start (ie. what suite of products do I need on top of the basic CallManager system, modules, software, etc.) as I've never performed this level of integration before.
Anyway, at the end of the day they want all three systems (Cisco IP tel, Meridian PBX and Meriadian voicemail) working harmonously.
As a side note, If you try to sell Unity, then you may use Unity as voice mail for both PBX and Callmanager. Then you will need a box such as PBXLink which will talk SIP to Unity and have a connection to the PBX as well IP connection to Callmanager. (Remember PBXLink is used if you want Unity as voice mail for both your PBX and Callmanager).
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