I dont know about the above poster, but I have a AIM CUE module and CME 4.0.3. When I try running the Initialization wizard the first time in CUE 3.0.1, it asks for CCM IP and the JTAPI user and they are mandatory. Why does my CUE think I have a CCM, not CME? I seem to have connectivity between the two and CME seems to be running fine.
These were the two files I had in the tftp folder when installing CUE. When I do a show software licenses in CUE it tells me it is in CCM mode. Is there a way to get out of CCM mode without reinstalling? Also, if I have the CME license files, is there something else that could have gotten me in CCM mode? Below are the files that were in tftp folder during install:
The application mode is determined entirely by the license file used. I'm not sure how this would happen unless the license files were named CME, but were actually the CCM files. That seems unlikely. The only was to switch from CCM to CME mode is to reinstall.
You don't need to re-install CUE. All you need to do is log into CCO and go to the CUE software. On that page you will see the mailbox license files. Some will be for CCM and others will be for CME. For example
This would be for callmanager
This would be for CME
All you need to do is get the CME license and run the following command
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