Rob Huffman Mon, 01/12/2009 - 05:54

Hi Jon,

1). Yes, that Part# indicates 32 Ports/Sessions. Here is an example;

Unity server license for VM or UM, includes 32 sessions


2). MCS-7825-H3-ECS1 / HP DL320G5

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes (hours)

138,699 (2,312 hours)

Approximate message storage, G-729 codec, minutes (hours)

1,109,593 (18,493 hours)

Cisco Unity Supported Platforms List

Hope this helps!


tsijmerrifield Mon, 01/12/2009 - 07:23

Very helpful.... thank-you. One more question:

For the unified messaging w/Exchange - are the messages stored on the Exchange or Unity server?


ranpierce Mon, 01/12/2009 - 07:32

Exchange server are where messages are store.

Unless you go into UMR mode where Unity loosses contection with exchange or exchange is down.

At this point Unity temp stores new messages on the Unity server until exchange is back up and the delivers them to exchange.


Rob Huffman Mon, 01/12/2009 - 07:36

Hi Jon,

Just to add a touch to the great info from Randy;

From Unity Design Master Lindborg;

Unity uses the mailbox size limits set in Exchange.

Understanding How Exchange 2000 Storage Limits Work with Cisco Unity

Hope this helps!



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