Scenario: Unity 3.1(5) primary & failover with SMTP networking and Unity 4.0(1) primary & failover servers with SMTP and AMIS networking. The Unity 4.x servers will be connected to AMIS capable Avaya voicemail systems. Both Unity server pair share the same dialing domain.
Will the subscribers on the Unity 3.x server be able to blind address voicemail users to AMIS users on the Avaya voicemail system thru the Unity 4.x server? What is necessary to accomplish this?
I'm assuming that all Unity servers share the same directory, since you said they are in the same dialing domain. In which case you would be using Digital Networking between the Unity servers, not SMTP networking. If that is the scenario, then it is possible for subscribers on all Unity servers to blind address the AMIS locations. The Unity server with the AMIS locations is referred to as the bridgehead server, please see the Networking Guide for further information. And this section specifically for details on configuring addressing scopes to allow for this addressing functionality. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps2237/products_installation_and_configuration_guide_chapter09186a008011a5af.html#1082933
Actually, they do not share the same directory, Active Directory, that is the reason for SMTP networking versus Digital networking, but are planned to be configured with the same dialing domain to allow subscriber searches between the two systems.
If the Unity systems do not share the same directory, then will both need to be configured separately for AMIS. They cannot share the components required for AMIS networking, including the AMIS delivery locations.
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