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VOIP Config Question (Remote Voicemail Delivery)

Posted on 2013-12-11
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Hello,

Our VOIP provider delivers voicemails to our company via email from their (remote) PBX servers. In the exchange queue viewer the header indicates a broadcast source IP for voicemail emails/messages. Is this normal/correct for this scenario?

Message Source Name: DSN
Source IP: 255.255.255.255
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Question by:grindsmygeaqrs
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can you post the entire header. NDR's commonly use the broadcast IP. In any case is it causing any issues,  or are you just curious?

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Andrew
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