I have a weird problem. I have Unity 4.0.3 Unified Messaging with an offbox Exchange 2003 Message Store. The users have outlook 2003 and when a voicemail goes into their inbox, they can listen to it or mark it as read but the email never goes unbold or gets an open envelope icon next to it like normal emails.
The phone MWI and envelope work properly, it is just on the outlook client that does not look right.
If you don't have VMO installed then this isn't going to be related to us in any direct way - I'm using Outlook 2003, Unity 4.0(3) with VMO installed and everything works fine. All these messages are is emails with attached WAV files - there's no reason why the Outlook client without VMO forms installed should be treating them any differently than normal email messages...
Did you ever determine the cause for this issue? I've run into the same thing, except with 4.0.5. I've read through this thread but haven't had any success finding the Exchange issue that is causing it yet.
This is just a thought ... Outlook 2003 Reading Pane, are your users using it? You can go to Outlook Tools - Options - Other tab - Click on the Reading Pane button (for customizing). Is the box checked that says "Mark items as read when viewed in the Reading Pane". If the box is unchecked, you could check it and see if it makes a difference?
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