Unity Connection uses its own message storage for voice messages, not Exchange. Your users can access Unity Connection messages from Outlook by creating an IMAP inbox, which is another mailbox folder from their Outlook inbox. IMAP must be enabled on the Exchange servers.
The voice message storage resides on the Unity Connection disk drives. Your Exchange servers do not get involved in the process. The IMAP connection allows the user to view voice messages from Outlook, but leaves the messages on the UC server, unlike POP3 which downloads them to the client. It has to be configured on each Outlook client that wants to view voice messages. Here is a document that describes the setup requirements - http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/7x/administration/guide/7xcucsag175.html
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