Tag Archives: Unified Messaging
As I’ve done with Lync 2010 and OCS 2007 R2 I’ve decided to write an article on how to deploy Lync 2013. Like in previous years this will be a multi-part post, this being part 1. However; unlike the previous … Continue reading
Today I was contacted by a client who installed Exchange 2010 Service Pack 1 (SP1) and after the reboot voicemail no longer worked for users who were homed on the Cisco Call Manager and using Exchange for Voicemail. The customer … Continue reading
Recently I was working on an Exchange UM and Cisco Call Manager integration. The company who already owned Exchange E-CALs wanted to upgrade to Exchange 2010, and as part of the process we discussed having Exchange handle the voicemails instead of Cisco Unity which was not supported with Exchange 2010 at the time. Another big advantage was the customer could stop paying the “Cisco Tax” on Unity just by using what they already had in Exchange server and client licensing (over 15k in savings year one).
After a quick configuration of the UM role and the Call Manager we had Unity and Exchange playing nice (reference config here). Test users were moved and things were going as planned up until we tried to configure the Auto Attendants. We took an existing recording and converted it over to a 16bit 8000 HZ PCM WAV file. We then cut the file into 2 pieces, one for the “Business Hours Greeting” and the other for “Business Hours Main Menu”. There was no need for any key mappings as the default operator extension of 0 was already configured. Here is what our auto attendant configuration looked like: