My company is currently running Unity 2.46 on Exchnage 5.5. This is the only mail server in the org. The company now wants to separate the single Exchange server with two new servers (one to handle only email and the other to handle only voicemail). Additianlly they want to run Exchange 2000 for email and do not want to upgrade Unity at this time.
I seem to recall that Unity 2.46 will not only not run on Exchange 2000, but will not even run on a 5.5 server connected to a 2000 server. In order to accomplish the goal would it be possible to setp these two Excnahe Servers completely independent from each other, or would Unity still balk. Would you have any recomendations on how to proceed with this type of migration?
You can keep them seperate and be OK... the problem comes in if you decide to use the Active Directory Connector on the Unity's Exchange 5.5 - the ADC isn't overly bright and does some _real_ nasty stuff to the directory data when it moves it back in and it'll trash the Unity data for 2.4.x - you can either not setup an ADC at all (which should be fine in your seperate system model) or if you do make sure the connection agreement is only going FROM the Exchange 5.5 server OUT to AD and not back - setting up these connection agreements can be tricky so be careful. I'd just steer clear entirely.
As long as all your voice mail users are on 5.5 here and you're not using an ADC, you'll be fine here.
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