Moving Exchange 2007 to Exchange 2010 for Unity 7.0(2).
I had followed all the steps of "Using Microsoft Exchange 2010 with Cisco Unity Versions 8.0, 7.0, and 5.0". document
. I used engineering specials 40 (ES 40) and Unity Server Updates wizard ver 3.0.10
But when, I execute Message Store Config Wizard, there is not option to select Exchange 2010, if I try to select Exchange 2007, it gives me the error:
Exchange System Tools is not installed.
When I create a new mailbox, Unity Administration I get the error:
Lookup of default Mailbox Home Server failed.
This may indicate that the default mailstore value in Unity is not configured correctly
The worse is that after 3 or 4 hours of the server operation, the server get blocking, I can do anything else, the equipment does not respond, I push the turn off button but noting happen, the equipment is not turned off. I haveto press thepower buttontorestarttheserver
Nevertheless, Unity continues operating, the voice mail function and the operator too. The voicemail are coming to the user mailbox of Exchange 2010.
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