This may be pretty basic but how do I get my voicemails sent to my Exchange inbox? Currently I setup Outlook to check both my Domain X Exchange mailbox. I've also setup an IMAP account in Outlook so I can check my Unity Voicemail. Ultimatley I need to have both email and voicemail land in the same inbox.
This is what I have right now:
I have an Exchange 2007 server living in domain X and my Unity 5.0.1 server lives in Domain Y and setup as a DC. There is a two way trust built between the two domains.
I'm assuming you're running a Voice Mail Only solution right now with Unity in its own domain per the design requirements. In order for you to integrate Unity with your corporate domain/Exchange, you will need to change domains which requires a rebuild. You'll also need the proper Unified licensing for Unity.
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