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Topic # 82590 2-May-2011 20:59
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Hello folks... Where can we find that handy Windows client that allows account control (call forwarding, voice mail management, and most importantly, call records)?

Also went to the VFX website, logged in MyVFX and the little popup window with the Comm Manager wouldn't connect to the server...





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  Reply # 464639 2-May-2011 21:07
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Log into https://viewbill.xport.co.nz/ , click your VFX phonenumber link, then Download VFX Manager on the right?




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  Reply # 465017 3-May-2011 21:14
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so I saw this thread and decided I'd try out the VFX Manager... it started out ok and I could see the lists of missed calls etc. I tried to add a number to the Contact List, but now it says [Error 5202] Account is disabled.

I can no longer use the VFX Manager or log in via myvfx.xport.co.nz (Your account has been disabled. Please check with your System Administrator.). Can someone from xnet please re-enable my account, and if possible explain what happened? Thanks.

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  Reply # 465042 3-May-2011 22:24
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catdog: so I saw this thread and decided I'd try out the VFX Manager... it started out ok and I could see the lists of missed calls etc. I tried to add a number to the Contact List, but now it says [Error 5202] Account is disabled.

I can no longer use the VFX Manager or log in via myvfx.xport.co.nz (Your account has been disabled. Please check with your System Administrator.). Can someone from xnet please re-enable my account, and if possible explain what happened? Thanks.


Might be best to give them a call... 




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