Windows 2000, Message Store, and Network Requirements
Requirements for Cisco Unity Voice Messaging
The Cisco Unity system may or may not have a network connection.
Windows 2000 domain
requirements The Cisco Unity server is a domain controller/global catalog server in its own domain or a member server in an existing Windows 2000 or Windows NT domain.
Message store requirements Domino is not supported.
For Cisco Unity with ExchangeExchange may be installed either on the Cisco Unity server or on a separate server. See also Table 1, "Supported Message Store Versions for Cisco Unity Voice Messaging." You do not need to purchase Client Access Licenses (CALs).
Network requirements With a network connection, minimum 10 Mbps with minimal network access, if any.
For Cisco Unity with ExchangeIf Cisco Unity failover is configured, recommended 100 Mbps connection between the primary and secondary servers.
Re: Unity Voicemail and Existing AD/Exchange 2000 coexistence
It would work similar it UM except each user would have an email mailbox and a voicemail mailbox. That really is the only difference.
The Unity server could have Exchange installed 'on box' but it doesn't need to. If Exchange is installed on box it should only have voicemail mailboxes, no email mailboxes. Also, you wouldn't want to have Unity be a DC/GC because it would process non-voicemail related client logons, etc.
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