In 2.46 there was a limitation for Unified messaging as it required one unity server per exchange 'site'. Can someone please advise, has this issue been resolved in unity 3.x , i.e using exchange 2000 AD - can one Unity system (UM) server serve multiple sites with exchnge 2000?
Cisco Unity supports configurations of multiple Microsoft Exchange servers, including all supported versions of Exchange, as described in the Cisco Unity Installation Guide. The Exchange servers communicate with Cisco Unity and do not impact the Cisco CallManager clusters.
One way to do it per this document would be to cluster the Exchange 2000 servers.
Also, there is a bug that may or may not be pertinent: CSCdx00823 - When using the Exchange2000 Cisco Unity import utility, the list of returned users contains all users from the chosen Exchange server, not just those on the server and who also have accounts in the chosen domain. This occurs in Cisco Unity 3.1(2) and later in a multiple-domain, multiple-Exchange 2000 server environment. There is no workaround mentioned at this time. Of course, this only affects the import process, not the overall functionality of a multiple Exchange server environment.
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