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We have an avaya phone system in which I setup an IMAP that allows voicemails to show up in the inbox (imap) as a .wav file. My issue is I cannot seem to setup this IMAP on my IPhone as it appears the server ip i put in for my vmail does not respond on the phone. Receiving emails via exchange on the phone works with no issues. I figured I can create a rule in msoutlook that can forward those messages into my actual exchange email inbox. This works great provided I have the client open. Is there a way to enfource outlook rules without having to actually have the client open?
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If you create the rules in Outlook web access, they would be server side rules and would not need the client to be open.
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I don't see how I can create an IMAP in OWA
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