The problem with just moving or copying messages from the Exchange mailboxes that Unity is monitoring for subscribers to another external system is that their states will not synchronize with one another. So if you move messages to the remote store you will no longer have access to them over the phone and your MWI will go off etc If you copy them to a remote store then once they are read/deleted in that remote store, youll still have the original messages hanging out in the Exchange inboxes were looking at not ideal.
The Cisco Unity Inbox (also called Visual Messaging Interface or VMI) is probably the best solution for what you want to do. In short you set up a text notification device for subscribers (called the Text for VMI notification device) and when new messages are sent in and email is sent to the SMTP address you provide for the user that contains a hyper link to the web based inbox viewer provided this way if youre using another messaging system or the like you can get email notification of new messages arriving and provide a visual way to get at them doing it this way keeps the mail store in shape and provides consistency between desktop and phone access interfaces.
The Cisco Unity Inbox is a licensed feature so youll have to get a license that includes some seats for it to use it.
For more details check out the Unity 4.0(3) administration guide. Chapter 8 covers setting up client applications including the PCA (which includes the Unity inbox):
These are the paths to get to each CCX logs through CLI. They may be helpful if you are having issues accessing RTMT or downloading logs through it.
If you want to download them you have to prefix "file get " and you can add one of the options (re...