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tka
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Unity Sbscriber types

Hi,

could some one tell me about the diffrences betweens the different types of Unity Subscribers :

- Bridge,

- VPIM,

- AMIS,

- regular,

- Internet subscriber.

best regards,

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Re: Unity Sbscriber types

•Bridge-Cisco Unity Bridge subscribers are individuals who use an Octel voice messaging system. They are Cisco Unity subscribers, but voice messages that are addressed to them are sent to their voice messaging system by using the Cisco Unity Bridge. When Cisco Unity creates the Bridge subscriber account, it creates an Active Directory contact with Cisco Unity-specific attributes.

•VPIM-VPIM subscribers are individuals who use another voice messaging system. They are Cisco Unity subscribers, but voice messages that are addressed to them are sent to their voice messaging system by using the VPIM protocol. When Cisco Unity creates the VPIM subscriber account, it creates an Active Directory contact with Cisco Unity-specific attributes.

•Regular subscribers have an Exchange mailbox and an Active Directory account. Cisco Unity creates the mailbox and Active Directory account at the same time that it creates the subscriber. Exchange mailboxes are created in the domain and organizational unit (OU) that you specified in the Cisco Unity Server Configuration Wizard during Setup. The user object for the subscriber in Active Directory contains Cisco Unity-specific attributes.

•AMIS-AMIS subscribers are individuals who use a voice messaging system other than Cisco Unity. They are Cisco Unity subscribers, but voice messages that are addressed to them are sent to their voice messaging system by using the AMIS analog protocol. When Cisco Unity creates the AMIS subscriber account, it creates an Active Directory contact with Cisco Unity-specific attributes.

•Internet subscribers do not have mailboxes on the local Exchange network. When Cisco Unity creates the Internet subscriber account, it creates an Active Directory contact with Cisco Unity-specific attributes.

•Trusted Internet-Trusted Internet subscribers are Internet subscribers that are trusted with decrypted secure messages. Trusted Internet subscribers must be associated with a Trusted Internet Location. Secure messages to Trusted Internet subscribers are decrypted by the Cisco Unity Voice Connector for Microsoft Exchange before they are sent by the Exchange server. (Messages to regular Internet subscribers are sent directly by the Exchange server and cannot be decrypted and therefore cannot be played by the recipient.)

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