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									Avaya Integrator for
Microsoft® Outlook® 2003 and 2007
Getting Started


Overview
   Avaya Integrator for Microsoft® Outlook® 2003 and 2007 “integrates” Microsoft Outlook with
   Avaya IP Softphone, enabling you to quickly and easily make and log calls from Microsoft
   Outlook via Avaya IP Softphone. You can make calls from any Microsoft Outlook contact or
   Journal entry. You can even set Avaya IP Softphone to try to match the caller ID for an incoming
   call with the telephone numbers in your Microsoft Outlook contacts, giving you the opportunity to
   know who is calling before you answer the call. If a match is found, a notification displays the
   Call from and Contact Name, and the information for that contact is “popped” to the screen.




PC Requirements
   To use the Avaya Integrator for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007, your PC must meet or exceed
   the following requirements:
           ●    Avaya IP Softphone Release 5.2 or Release 6.0 installed
           ●    one of the following operating systems installed:
                - Microsoft Windows® XP Professional
                - Microsoft Windows XP Home
                - Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional with Service Pack 2
           ●    one of the following versions of Microsoft Outlook installed:
                - Microsoft Outlook 2007
                - Microsoft Outlook 2003 with Service Pack 2
           ●    Microsoft Office 2003 or 2007 PIA installed. This software is available at
                http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/downloads/default.aspx.
               Note:
   Note:            It is recommended that you use Microsoft Outlook in “cached” mode.




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Avaya Integrator for Microsoft® Outlook® 2003 and 2007 Getting Started




Installation Instructions
      To install the Avaya Integrator for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007:
         1. Download the Avaya Integrator for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007 software:
             a. Go to http://www.avaya.com/support.
             b. In the “Most Popular Products in Support” section, click IP Softphone.
             c. Perform one of the following steps:
                 - If you are using Avaya IP Softphone Release 5.2: From the Select a Release
                   box, select 5.2, and then click .
                 - If you are using Avaya IP Softphone Release 6.0: From the Select a Release
                   box, select 6.0, and then click .
             d. Click Downloads.
             e. Click Integrator for Microsoft Outlook 2003 and 2007.
              f. Click Avaya Integrator for Outlook 2003 and 2007 Setup, and save the file
                 (IntegratorforOutlook.exe) to your PC.
         2. Close Microsoft Outlook (if it is running) and Avaya IP Softphone (if it is running).
         3. Run IntegratorforOutlook.exe.
             The Welcome dialog box appears.
         4. Click the Next button.
             The License Agreement dialog box appears.
         5. After reading the license agreement, click the I accept the license agreement option
            button, and then click the Next button.
             The Destination Folder dialog box appears. By default, the software will be installed into
             C:\Program Files\Avaya\Integrator for Outlook. If you want to change the destination
             folder, user the Browse button.
         6. Click the Next button.
             The Ready to Install the Application dialog box appears.
         7. Click the Next button.
             The software is installed. The Updating System message box appears, showing the status
             of the installation.
             When the installation is complete, a message box appears stating that the Avaya
             Integrator for Outlook has been installed successfully.
         8. Click the Finish button.




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