You have to fiddle in the registry a bit to make it fly, not just uninstall Configuration setup and rerun it. The above link will cover the details.
No, you cannot leave Unity connected to the 5.5 system in a mixed environement. If you want support for users on 2K and 55 on one box, Unity must be integrated with AD, not the Exchange 5.5 directory which means we have to be pointed at a E2K server.
this looks good... in step 5 then you're going to use the recipient container (which has the DL container under it) as the connection point? That's cool... I prefer the two way connection agreements to be at the most specific container possible instead of at the site if you can do that.
This looks like it will remove the Unity Configuration program. How then, will I be able to run it again? Does this program need to be re-installed? ... or .... when Unity restarts does the shortcut get re-enabled?
What happens when Unity Configuration is run again and it creates new mailboxes for the system ... Unity_E2KServer ... does it still use Unity_55Server?
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The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
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