I know the update/ES patch for Exchange 2010 support is coming out later from other postings I've read, etc. But I've had a client replace their Exchange 2007 with a Exchange 2010 server and move all the mailboxes over to the new 2010 server. I didn't know about this, was done on their own.
Now after breaking the news to them, they want to bring the old Exchange 2007 server back online and have it connect to the users on 2010 server.
Is this possible for time being, or what is the best way out of this situation until Unity has Exchange 2010 support?
Should I have them move all the mailboxes back to the old exchange server?
There are apparently some big changes to the MAPI client in Exchange 2010 which is what Unity uses to communicate with Exchange. So, I can't say whether trying to use Exchange 2007 as a bridgehead to the Exchange 2010 environment will work or not as far as Unity is concerned. In either case, if you have issues you're highly unlikely to receive support from Cisco as this is still currently unsupported.
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