POP3 and IMAP4 Unity5 Exchange03

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Ladies and Gentlemen:

I am running Call Manager 4.1(3)sr3a at one of my locations with Unity 5.0(1.0) and Exchange 2003. All Windows environment

I would like to connect and pull down messages from my (example administrator) account for monitoring purposes using MS Outlook client.

Can anyone tell me the dangers or concerns with enabling POP3 and/or IMAP4?

Sincerely,

Thomas Dooley

Telecommunications Analyst

Forsyth County Government NC

[email protected]

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Correct Answer by ranpierce about 8 years 2 months ago

the Example Administrator Account is a subscriber so you can log in with outlook and check the messages.

On your call handlers that the message recipient is the Example Administrator Account you could either leave it and monitor the account or change the recipient subscriber or DL.

There are many ways to do it.

Just configure the eadmin mailbox as you would any other subscriber cause it is a subscriber. Check the inbox. I never have had to do POP3 or IMAP.

Randy

Correct Answer by ranpierce about 8 years 2 months ago

There should be not issues. Not sure how you are setting it up but you should clean the eadmin account anyway.

I just use outlook and look in the inbox like any other subscriber.

Randy

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ranpierce Wed, 10/08/2008 - 11:05

There should be not issues. Not sure how you are setting it up but you should clean the eadmin account anyway.

I just use outlook and look in the inbox like any other subscriber.

Randy

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ranpierce Wed, 10/08/2008 - 12:11

the Example Administrator Account is a subscriber so you can log in with outlook and check the messages.

On your call handlers that the message recipient is the Example Administrator Account you could either leave it and monitor the account or change the recipient subscriber or DL.

There are many ways to do it.

Just configure the eadmin mailbox as you would any other subscriber cause it is a subscriber. Check the inbox. I never have had to do POP3 or IMAP.

Randy

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