Hi,<br>We were hoping to find out if there is any tools available that can export the user db (incl call handlers) from a Unity 2.45 version and import them into a Unity 3.13 version ?. On the tools page, the export tool says it only imports into ver 2.46. <br>We are running up another server to replace the old 2.45 machine, and need to copy the user customised information across (user recordings, call handlers etc)<br><br>If this is not available, and we have to manually copy off the call handlers using the save utilility from the GUI. Does anyone know if we will be able to copy these onto the new version of Unity the same way ?<br><br>Any help would be greatly appreciated.<br><br><br>
the import/export tool that ships with the 3.1(x) CD allows you to export data from systems as old as 2.3.4(104) and import them into 3.x. I don't have those versions posted on AnswerMonkey, but they are on the CCO utilities page.
I keep the version that imports into 2.4.6 out there since you can't get it anywhere else (imports into 2.4.6 are not TAC supported so I can't stick it on the CCO site).
it moves everything including the links, greetings etc... the help file lists a few things that don't get migrated (i.e. subscriber passwords, a few registry settings, public distribtuion list membership etc...). Check that list to make sure you have everything you need.
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