In this blog, Steve Goodman looks at Microsoft’s retirement of Unified Messaging and what you need to look out for in the future.
Drago Petrovic discusses the demise of Unified Messaging and the future of cloud voicemail.
Microsoft has announced that July 2018 will be the end of support for Session Border Controllers (SBC) in Exchange Online Unified Messaging.
With Google’s release of their Google Apps Migration for Microsoft® Exchange tool has Google Apps becoming the sensible option for migrating away from Microsoft Exchange?
J. Peter Bruzzese (Exclusively Exchange) and Ralph Musgrove (Concord Fax) discuss Exchange Server 2010 and new Unified Messaging features.
The Three UC Amigos talk about some of the new Unified Messaging features in Exchange Server 2010. Read the full blog post here. A few items that caught my attention were: New UM Administrator, UM Recipient Administrator, and UM Prompt Administrator roles so that UM management can be delegated properly. Personal auto-attendant. “Red lamp” or […]
Earlier this week I attended a Microsoft workshop on Unified Communications. The workshop included a bunch of information on how Microsoft’s UC strategy is targeting the market, and how Office Communications Server 2007, Office Communicator, and Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging fit into that strategy. One thing struck me during the Unified Messaging demonstrations. Exchange […]
Microsoft has released a terrific whitepaper covering their own implementation of Exchange Server 2007 Unified Messaging. The paper is available for reading or download on here on Technet, along with a Powerpoint presentation and webcast for IT pros. This technical white paper discusses how Microsoft IT designed and deployed an Exchange Server 2007–based unified messaging solution […]