I must be able to allow local Unity users to send/foward voicemail messages to heterogeneous systems already defined as AMIS nodes, but don't want to create individual AMIS subscriber accounts for each of the 35K+ remote voicemail boxes in the enterprise.
Local users should be able to address a message to the remote system in the form of XXX-YYYY, where XXX is a defined AMIS node (using a Voice VPN), and YYYY is the unique subscriber extension at that node ID. Is this supported as default operation in Unity 3.1(5)? What I have found appears to indicate that all individual (remote) message boxes must be defined somewhere in a Unity system with nodeID and subscriber extension. If so, that could represent a full time job managing the subscriber base.
Much thanks in advance for guidance to the correct reference or description of the process.
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