We have two customers in the same building and they would like to share the same unity connection server. My question is can you have two smart host configured in unity connection to relay messages to two different exchange servers? In this case each customer having their own exchange server.
AFAIK, you can add different organization users to same CUC under different domains but as the SMTP smart host can not be more than one, the SMTP notification would be a limited to work only for one domain.
If you dont hear from CUC experts here on the forum, please reach out to Cisco PDI Helpdesk ( a free service provided to certified Cisco Partners, open a case ) so that the design can be validated from Cisco Business Unit ( BU ).
Off-topic question though but I've the info ready with me
Such integration procedures ( i.e. Cisco with 3rd Party ) are documented at Cisco Interoperability Portal . If you do not find your 3rd party PBX integration listed there, that means Cisco has not tested the integration yet. If it's business critical requirement for your org/customer, please reach out to Cisco CAM ( channel account management ) team locally in your country & they will cascade you with the Cisco Interop team ( responsible for such testing ) who will conduct the testing for you.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.