"Ivor Jones" <(E-Mail Removed)> writes:
> Miguel Cruz wrote:
>> ubifone <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>>> Hi, my name is Spam and I'm an IT consultant.
>>> I'm convinced that http://www.spamtag.ubifone.com/ is the best
>>> solution. Either you become a Retailer Customer or open your mind
>>> and go for an Agency.
>> Does "open your mind" equate to "lower your personal standards and
>> become a spammer" in some parlance I'm not familiar with?
> Don't feed the troll..!
He might not have realized that folks were on to him.
Why is it every ethically-challenged business thinks they can spam
discussion groups and have people politely wade through the trash?
Wolfgang S. Rupprecht
I'm a technician that has been installing / servicing Mitel system
since 86. SX2000 (E stream - 0k, that just impresses me.)
Although you could get a 200ICP for less, I'd recommend the 3300 i
only for the beauty of the administrator interface. IMHO, less of
learning curve than the 200ICP but has more power.
I frequently work with customers to train them to make their ow
changes and would far rather train them on the 3300. The help fil
system is excellent. If you'd rather be self maintaining, I'
recommend the 3300.
Then with Mitel, (either system) you also get the ability to have Y
Pro which is software that can do some amazing things with your des
phone or can act as a softphone for your PC/laptop.
With an add on product mitel calls the "teleworker" you can take
deskphone home to run off of your broadband internet. Bear in min
that the quality of the phone call is dependant on your broadban
provider (no matter what phone system you choose, Avaya, Nortel, Cisco
etc) we've had some very good luck with it. We have one installatio
that has a 3300 with a Teleworker server that has 50+ phones at thei
main office and 10 remote offices with 5 to 10 phones each all runnin
off of the main office PBX through SBC's public internet service.
Works quite well. I believe that it's also quite possible to ru
remote phones through the public internet without having to purchas
the teleworker solution. You'd have to do a couple of things to set u
the network and activate the jitter buffer on the phone but if you jus
wanted to try a remote phone without the cost, it should work jus
I've also installed Cisco Call Manager and worked on some othe
non-Mitel products, but the Mitel 3300 is hands down my favorite.
BTW: I just got to play with the new 5235 phone just this morning.
Great Phone! Be sure to check this one out