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Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 12:15 pm
by gabaker

Bug 93620 - Reinstate voice extensions and zimlets removed from 8.5.0 GA



Since 8.5.0, the Integration of Cisco-Mittel UCS Voice has been broken. This was highly touted in the release 8.0 and is now not available. It is still not fixed in Zimbra 8.6.


We are a paying, licensed user of 200 Zimbra Network Edition licenses and my company, for one, and others who have been using the Voice Integration of Zimbra, are quite disappointed. We will not be upgrading to 8.5 or beyond until this functionality is restored.


Please vote for this bug! As of this writing there are only 8 votes. There must be more Zimbra Voice users out there!



Thanks!


Gary




Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 5:55 pm
by jorgedlcruz
Hi gabaker,

I've voted. Also the team is working on a solution for 8.x I hope that can see some progress soon too.



Keep tuned to the bug.



Best regards

Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Mon Jan 19, 2015 10:02 am
by cayaraa
I voted for this when I found out about it as well. We were using it in a limited rollout in 8.0 and had to decided to delay giving it to more users until we know what was happening with it. We updated to 8.6 and the few users that did have access were all disappointed that they couldn't manage their voice mail through zimbra anymore (including the person who supports the mitel servers).

Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Wed Feb 04, 2015 4:48 pm
by metux
I've you're at least slightly concerned about security - kick out the cisco stuff.

Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 10:43 am
by gabaker
Care to expound on your reasons for leaving such a reply? Your painting with a pretty wide brush there.

Please Vote for the Cisco-Mittel UC re-instatement Bug 93620!

Posted: Sat Feb 07, 2015 9:04 am
by metux
Because security actually matters to me.