Launch a web browser (IE) on your PC, or on the CallPilot server (both must be connected to the ELAN). Enter CallPilots IP address in the URL window, and append /cpmgr to it. When the connection is established, the CallPilot Manager - Login page appears.
The URL automatically appears as http://<host name or IP address>/cpmgr/login.asp
On the CallPilot server, the URL is
To log on...
- Enter the administration mailbox number (000000) and password (124578)
- choose the Last Server Accessed item, or enter the address manually
- Type the CallPilot server host name or IP address in the Server box.
If the logon details are correct, the CallPilot Manager screen is displayed:
Note: Logging on for the first time forces you to change the password using numeric characters.
What are the default passwords?
If you don't know the password, see: CallPilot - Lost Password Procedure
You need to set the Revert DN
Scroll down the settings to find:
This is a system wide setting, which you can set to any DN you like!
A good idea is to use a dedicated ICI Key DN, then the operator knows the caller zeroed out of CallPilot.
It's Joan Kenley, a k a "Meridian Mary" or "Phantom of the Operator."
Recognized as the "voice of voicemail", her distinct warm, friendly voice, is used for:
- CallPilot and Meridian Mail
- Pacific Bell Message Center
- Verizon Information Services
- Sprint Spectrum PCS
To enable mailbox users to access their Voicemail externally, first set up a DID as an SDN routed to Voice Messaging Services.
Then go to Messaging and select Security Administration to setup "Logon to Mailbox from Telephones External to PBX" (check the box next to the parameter).
To lengthen the announcement time, goto:
Messaging > Messaging Management
In the General section, change the "Maximum prompt size" to the desired length. Note that the Maximum prompt size limits Announcements, Thru-dial greetings and menu recordings. Use "Minimum Length of CA Message" to avoid saving mailbox hang-ups.
Delete the cache files located on the client PC at:
To list the PEP's that are loaded on the Callpilot server, open the following:
Start > Programs > Callpilot > System Utilities >PEP Maintenance Utility
Click on the SHOW PEP's button.