This feature allows you to have a mixture of VM and UM licenses on a single Unity server. There will only be a single message store which will be the off-box Exchange server. VM only users will have a separate VM AD account. UM users will have a single account for VM and email. Exchange 2007 is supported in this environment. See the following links.
Licensing for Mixed Voice Messaging/Unified Messaging (Cisco Unity Versions 4.2 and 5.x)
"Mailbox store" here is used in the Exchange sense of the word. You can have multiple mailbox stores on a given Exchange server. These are simply groups of mailboxes that can be managed separately. Unity only ever has a single mailstore even if using multiple Exchange servers. In this case, Unity has one partner server which it always talks to. If there are multiple servers, Exchange handles this routing, etc. I guess it would be possible to have Exchange on the Unity server and a separate Exchange server off box which use the same AD. In this case, you could divide your UM/VM users between the servers. I'm not sure, but I doubt this is recommended or supported.
I haven't had my hands on Exchange 2007 yet, but previous versions of Exchange do not enforce licensing. So, it's really on the honor system and Exchange does not really need to know about these licenses.
After thinking this through again, I'm guessing that mixed licensing is not supported with Exchange 2007 since VM only is not supported with 2007 according to the System Requirements doc and you would essentially have a voicemail only deployment for some users.
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