I have a customer who purchased Unity as Unified Messaging. We installed it as a voice mail only. From a technical perspective it works fine. The customer wants to move to Unified messaging in the future. Unity version is 4.02 on MCS 7835. The SQL and Exchange that come with the Unity were used to to the install.
Are there any support or licensing issues I should be aware of in this configuration?
I'm not sure what you're asking - if you've purchased UM licenses, moving to UM later shouldn't be a problem from a licensing stand point.
Perhaps you can explain a little more about what it is you're concerned with exactly - "UM" isn't very descriptive - are you wanting to home all mailstores on the Exchange on the Unity server and have them attach Outlook clients to those mailboxes or something? That'd be a bad idea, for instance.
Is the site already using Exchange with Outlook but they installed Unity on a seperate network/org? Are you worried about moving User information over to their email network to get UM features down the road? If so you'll want to review this white paper that talks about what you need to plan for with that:
so presumably they haven't purchased CALs for Outlook then...
If they want to move to UM and they plan to use Outlook (UM is kinda pointless without this) then they will need to purchase CALs from Microsoft for all the desktop clients that will install Outlook.
Second, the Exchange license you installed with is strictly for voice mail only. That's why it's so much cheaper than getting Exchange from Microsoft directly - You can't use that to provide desktop email client access.
so to get to UM you will have to purchase Exchange from MS, install it off box (just install it to the same org as the existing Exchange is and move the users over to it) and setup CALs for Outlook for your clients.
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