Frustrated with Nortel CallPilot Desktop Messaging?

Many, many Nortel Customers are expressing their frustration with trying to keep CallPilot Desktop Messaging working, since Avaya / Nortel is winding down its Support for the older, yet very reliable Nortel BCM Systems.

If you have upgraded to Outlook 2010, you’ll probably be similarly frustrated.

Most people use CallPilot Desktop Messaging to be able to receive their voicemails in a timely manner, via email, particularly on their Smartphone, Tablets and Laptops. Well it’s bound to get increasingly difficult, time-consuming and costly, to maintain this key functionality for loyal Nortel Customers.

When you look at the CallPilot Desktop Messaging User Guide, it’s 70 pages long! The VoiceBridge Voice Message Forwarding Guide is 3 pages long (includes the cover-page). Download and installation takes a few minutes. The system is configured and live without taking down the phone system. The Nortel voicemails are converted from .vbk format and delivered as .wav files, attached to emails. Every smartphone can play the .wav files, usually from a single click.

You only need a SINGLE Nortel Unified Messaging Key (License) to support any number of Users.

The choice is easy, once you give us a comparative try, free for 5 Users, for 30 days. We look forward to supporting you and keeping you up-to-date. Yes we do continue to support Legacy Nortel (and BT – British Telecom) Customers for as long as you choose to keep using the rugged Nortel hardware.

In the words of a well-known online Bank – “Save Your Money”.

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