delete anything from the old VM server in case you need to go back to it at any point.
Migrating VM Pro to a new server
From the VM Pro Menu Bar select File / Export
Using the browse button
select the location and name
you want to export the file to.
Click next and then finished.
You have now exported
your database to the
(use the desktop).
Navigate to C:\Program Files\Avaya\IP Office\Voicemail Pro\VM. Copy
the following folders to your desktop.
From the VM Pro installation CD locate the
Backupreg.bat file. Copy this file to your desktop
and run it. This will back up any registry settings
Relating to VM Pro.
The registry back up
files will be created in
The files you need to
copy to your desktop
Move these files to your
desktop alongside the
other files copied earlier.
Now on the desktop of your VM Pro server you will have the following files.
Copy all of these files on to the new VM Server.
Step one is to restore the registry to the new server
using the Restorereg.bat file which can be found
on the VMPro CD, copy this to your desktop.
Copy VMPro.arf, IMSGateway.arf and NetAly.arf to
Run Restorereg.bat from the desktop, this will
restore the registry files from C:/Windows/Temp to
the working registry.
Now install your VM Pro software as per usual.
Once VM Pro is installed correctly stop the VM Pro service.
Navigate to C:\Program Files\Avaya\IP Office\Voicemail Pro\VM.
You will notice you have Accounts, Greetings, Names and WAV folders.
Copy and paste the Accounts, Greetings, Names and WAV folders from the
old VM Server into this directory replacing the existing folders.
Restart your VM Pro service.
Open up the VM pro client and from the Menu Bar select File/Import.
Locate the VMProdatabase.mdb file that was copied over from the
old VM Server and select it. Once Imported click save and make live.
Your VM Pro should now be fully migrated retaining all mailbox greetings and
Call Flow settings etc.
Test for satisfactory operation.