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?<br><br>thanks<br><br>Jeff<br><br>
The equivalent boundary in E2K is a routing group. You'd only want to put a routing group boundary in for low bandwidth connections between groups of well connected servers and you wont want Unity logging into mailboxes and streaming messages in/out of them over low bandwidth connections so we require a Unity per routing group at a minimum.
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