There were several threads a couple months ago about Exchange 2003 SP2. At the time the update ws still not supported by Cisco and I haven't seen any updates since that time. I've been watching these threads and the Unity recommended patches page, but Sp2 is still not referred to.
I thought that official word was supposed to come within 60 days of the new patches release... was I wrong? Have I been looking in the wrong place?
I'm planning a new installation of Unity 4.1 UM. I will be partnering with an Exchange 2003 with SP2 already installed. Will the Unity installation accept the SP2 or will it give me an minimum requirements error?
I have Unity 4.1 running in a test environment. We upgraded the Exchange 2003 server to SP2 as well as upgrading System Manager on the Unity server. Although the SP2 does not require a reboot of either server, we did a reboot anyway. Unity tested just fine. Additional info for Exchange users - 2003 SP2 installs a new version of the Intelligent Message Filter. You must deinstall the previous version before upgrading to Exchange 2003 SP2. If you don't, the install will prompt you.
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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