Not really. This is a limitation of POP3 rather than Unity. Unity can drop the message in to Exchange and then the client downloads it off the server to the local machine. Once this is done Unity or Exchange does not have access to the email/voicemail. Email/voicemail can't be retrieved through the phone and VMO will not recognize the messages.
Keith Chambers Unity Technical Lead Unified Voice Team, San Jose Cisco Systems firstname.lastname@example.org
OK. Then I'm going to have to do things backwards then. I already have Unity installed and am going to install Exchange onto the same box. As far as moving users from Unity into exchange, any tips or suggestions??
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