Re: Ask the Expert: Designing, Configuring & Monitoring of Cisco
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Cisco Unity is a voice messaging solution based on MS windows and used message stores such as MS Exchange, Domino. Used MS SQL Server for its database. It provided a wide variety of features such as Unified Messaging and native fax support. Unity Connection on the other hand is a Linux based voice messaging solution with built-in database and message storage. For a run down on features available on each voice messaging solution offered by us, I suggest the following cheat sheet.
Cisco Voice and Unified Messaging Products: Feature Comparison
Ask the Expert: Designing, Configuring & Monitoring of Cisco Uni
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