Re: UM Design w/SRST and Centralized Call Processing
Due to some serious limitations in the MAPI protocol we don't support Unity connect to Exchange over a WAN link. So in this situation you would need to have a Unity server at both sites. Microsoft is working on coding a fix for us so this could change down the line.
Even if you did have a Unity server at each site Unity can't work with SRST like the phones can. So during a failure Unity isn't going to be able to register with the SRST router.
What you can do is leverage Unity's Digital Networking and have Unity A be the auto attendant for both locations. Then if the WAN link is down you can route calls over the PSTN so that the users phone in Location B will at least ring.
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