I need to install Unity 3.1 into an existing exchange site.<br>They have already upgraded their Exchange to SP2 and it appears that Unity has not qualified that service pack.<br><br>Does anyone know how much trouble this will cause?<br><br><br>
I don't think it will give you any problems but we aren't finished qualifying SP2 for Exchange 2000. I have it running on every machine at my desk and in my lab without any problems. If you have an issue with Unity TAC is not going to completely stone wall you. That's not the Cisco way. We just don't want folks doing SP upgrades which break Unity that we could have prevented through testing. i.e. Doing and upgrade as soon as Microsoft releases a SP and then calling us after things broke. Sometime we need to make adjustment in Unity code after a Microsoft SP. Make sense?
Keith Chambers Unity Technical Lead Unified Voice Team, San Jose Cisco Systems email@example.com
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