Unity install - Unified Environ or Voice-Mail only?
hi all...fresh install of Unity 7.x. Wondering if we should install as a Unified Environment or Voice-Mail only? Our setup is that we have Exchange 2007 in-house. Our in-house users will have voice mail pushed to Outlook via Exchange. In the future, we will have hosted VoIP customers in our CUCM and Unity environments. The customers will never be part of our Exchange box, they will have their own.
Also, will another instance of Exchange need to be loaded on the Unity server to achieve this scenario?
Re: Unity install - Unified Environ or Voice-Mail only?
I think you'll find Unity Connection to be much less of an administrative headache in a managed services environment. In addition, Unity 8.5.1 EFT (Early Field Trial) is essentially a beta version of code that will be released in limited fashion with a target of August. It will add UM to Unity Connection via WebDav (Exchange 2003) or Exchange Web Services (EWS) for Exchange 2007/2010. Might want to evaluate how this should factor into your decision-making process early in the game. I've written a blog you can check out on this topic here:
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