From what I've heard Unified Communications uses a directory component based on LDAP-3 standard. This means Active Directory, which is under development by Cisco and Microsoft directly supports Unified Communications. Has anyone heard different from this?
Most likely the first Unified Communications product to work with Cisco CallManager and Active Directory will be ActiveVoice Unity. This support will require using Microsoft Exchange 2000 as the messaging back-end servers and currently that cannot be used. I have heard word that ActiveVoice is working on this but I cannot confirm the truth or timing of that. At this time I can only suggest contacting ActiveVoice to answer that question.
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