Maybe I am missing something but it seems to me that Cisco needs to address this issue for their customers who received Exchange 2000 with Unity.
Microsoft has posted the following, "Updates are available now. Exchange Server 2000 is under Extended Support. Customers with Extended Hotfix Support Agreements (EHSAs) can request hotfixes through their Technical Account Managers." (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/timezone/dst2007.mspx)
Your updates should always come from Cisco, even if they are Microsoft patches. If the patches end for Exchange through MS, Cisco will probably have to cease support for 2000. Just as is Exchange 5.5 support has ended for support at MS, Cisco really does not support the 5.5 messaging platform for any new patches.
I would probably go along the lines of Exchange 5.5 of what will happen to E2k.
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