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Integrating LDAP, would it delete all my mailboxes settings and re-creates mailbox entirely??

Dear NetPro gurus,

One of my customers had their Unity Connection 8.0 integrated with CallManager 8.0 via AXL.  And they would like to migrate the existing integration to integrate with LDAP.  They have the following question:-

Since the Unity Connection already has all the mailbox with 'EXACTLY THE SAME' Alias as the LDAP username, if we integrate the Unity Connection with LDAP, would it delete all the existing mailboxes?? (i.e. would it delete all the mailboxes so that all the settings like 'Greeting WAV', 'Caller Input' settings, VoiceMail PINs, mailbox language settings be deleted??).  Or would it mark all the mailboxes as 'In-active'??

Cheers,

Hunt

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Re: Integrating LDAP, would it delete all my mailboxes settings

This can be done without losing the existing mailboxes. Take a look at the following links. Specifically, the second link list the steps required to integrate existing UC accounts with LDAP user accounts.

Integrating Cisco Unity Connection 8.x with an LDAP Directory

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/8x/administration/guide/8xcucsag306.html

Integrating Existing Cisco Unity Connection 8.x User Accounts with LDAP User Accounts

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/8x/administration/guide/8xcucsag306.html

Hope this helps.

Brandon

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Re: Integrating LDAP, would it delete all my mailboxes settings

Hello Brandon,

So what do i need to do so it won't lose the existing mailboxes??

Cheers,

Hunt

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