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Unity Web based client

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May 16th, 2001
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In addition to proviode Windows and Mac OS Unity support i wonder if a web client for Unity is available<br>(i heard from this one from a post within this forum) ?<br>We are eager to use (or complete by development) such a client interface (client dev, Jtapi Call Manager dev, etc)<br>for giving access to our iMac desktops.<br>Thanks a lot.<br>-------------------------------------------------------------------<br>Bruno Bosqued<br>Convergent Business Unit Contracts Manager<br>Communication and Systems<br>[email protected]<br><br>

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Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 05/16/2001 - 01:42
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If you are referring to listening and deleting messages from the desktop, this is currently done through the Exchange Server using Outlook. Have not heard of a web based client, but that would be interesting...

Erik Ramstad
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Concordia College, Moorhead MN
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Anonymous (not verified) Thu, 05/17/2001 - 01:38
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Thank you for your answer.
Currently, i refered to a Web based VMO-like plugin that would allow Unity Unified messaging functions (such as telephone, fax control , ...) usable from any web base client and not reduced to Oulook (tm) product. A web based Call Manager and SMTP/POP/IMAP client.
It seems we may involve some code work around this matter.
Does Active Voice/Cisco do offers any Unity APIs ? (for CCM sofware access)
Thanks.

Bruno Bosqued
CS -SI
Convergent Services Contracts Manager
[email protected]

Anil Verma Fri, 05/18/2001 - 07:59
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Unity does not have a web based client version for the VMO forms. There was something called the VMI that was part of the Unity connection product, but that was not carried over to the Enterprise domain.
There are no API's available for the Unity product as yet.

Anonymous (not verified) Wed, 05/16/2001 - 10:32
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Not sure what you are referring to. Unity currently uses a web interface to handle administration as well as end-user mailbox settings.

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