The answer to number 1 is yes. Each Unity server will get its own pilot number.
For number 2, each Voice Mail Profile contains a reference to the pilot number. Each phone is assign to a specific Voice Mail Profile. So the phone maps to the Voice Mail Profile and the Voice Mail Profile contains a reference to the pilot number.
There are several configuration locations in CallManager for setting the VoiceMail Profile:
1. Under Features - Voicemail Pilot, create a pilot number for your first Unity server. That is the number of your first Unity port, i.e. ours is 1001. Make sure the CSS is the same as those defined for your Unity ports. The Voice Mail Pilot is comprised of the Voice Mail Pilot Number and it's corresponding Calling Search Space Name
2. Under Features - Voicemail Profile, create a profile that matches the pilot number you created in step 1.
3. Under Device - Phone - Directory Number configuration, select the name of the Voicemail profile you created in step 2.
These steps determine what number gets dialed when the user with the matching DN presses the MESSAGES button.
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