This document provides a sample configuration on how to use IMAP4 to access voice messages in Cisco Unity when you use Microsoft Exchange 2007.
Note: Certain Exchange Server 2007 managed code services do not start after you install this update Rollup. This is true if the services cannot access this Microsoft Web site, http://crl.microsoft.com/pki/crl/products/CodeSigPCA.crl http://crl.microsoft.com/pki/crl/products/CodeSigPCA.crl , or it takes too long to do it.
Refer to article number 944752, Exchange 2007 managed code services do not start after you install an update rollup for Exchange 2007 , in order to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base for more information about how to resolve or work around this issue.
Ensure that you meet these requirements before you attempt this configuration:
This document is not restricted to specific software and hardware versions.
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Complete these steps:
The installation and enabling of IMAP4:
IMAP4 are a part of the Client Access Server (CAS) role of Exchange 2007, which means that no further installation is required to use it; it simply requires enabling. In order to enable it, first set start-up mode of Microsoft Exchange IMAP4 service to Automatic and then start the service. See this figure for more information.
Change the server IMAP4 configuration to use TNEF for MessageRetrievalMimeFormat. It can be done with the use of the Exchange Management Console.
Choose Server Configuration > Client Access > IMAP4 > Properties and click Retrieval Settings. Choose TNEF for Message MIME format. See this figure for more information.
Restart the IMAP service. If you change the IMAP settings, you need to restart the IMAP service on Exchange in order to make it work.
Use the Exchange Management Console in order to create a new mailbox and ensure that the mailbox has the IMAP4 protocol enabled for use. It can be done with the Exchange Management Console.
Choose Recipient Configuration > Mailbox, and choose the new mailbox you created on Exchange 2007 server. Then choose Properties and in the Mailbox Properties window, choose the Mailbox Features tab and see if IMAP4 is Enabled. See the figure for more information.
Use the Exchange Management Console in order to change the mailbox IMAP4 Properties to use TNEF for ImapMessagesRetrievalMimeFormat and set ImapUseProtocolDefaults to false.
By default, ImapMessagesRetrievalMimeFormat is set to Best body format and ImapUseProtocolDefaults is set to true. Choose Recipient Configuration > Mailbox, and choose the specific mailbox you want on Exchange 2007 server. Then choose Properties, click the Mailbox Features tab, choose IMAP4, and choose Properties. In this window, you can see that Use Protocol default is checked.
Uncheck the checkbox for Use protocol default and change Customized setting which takes precedence over the protocol default settings to TNEF. After you make these changes, click OK in order to return mailbox properties dialog, click Apply in order to apply the changes, and then click OK in order to exit the mailbox properties dialog.
This task can be done with the Exchange Management Shell. See this cmdlet example:
Set-CasMailbox –identity T2Ex2007@cisco.com -ImapMessagesRetrievalMimeFormat Tnef -ImapUseProtocolDefaults $false
The steps to setup an Outlook IMAP profile for Exchange 2007 are very similar to the ones for Exchange. On the Microsoft Outlook desktop client, you need to configure an IMAP4 connection to the Cisco Unity message-store server where the message-store account of the user resides. For each Outlook client, complete these steps:
Open Outlook and choose Tools > E-mail Accounts.
Choose Add new e-mail account, and then click Next.
Choose IMAP and then click Next.
The E-mail Accounts dialog appear, and you need to fill out the requested information. This information includes the User, Server, and Logon Information.
Choose More Settings in order to change the display name for the mail account. In the General tab, under Mail Account, type the name by which you want to refer to this account.
Switch to the Outgoing Server tab and choose My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication. You can choose Use same settings as my incoming mail server.
Click OK in order to return to the E-mail Accounts dialog. Then click Next and then Finish in order to complete the settings, as shown in this figure.
After Rollup 2 is installed, the version shown in Exchange Management Console is not changed. But, you see a new registry key \\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Exchange 2007\SP2\KB948016 , and it has a registry with value name PackageName and value data Update Rollup 2 for Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1 (KB948016).
In Exchange 2007 the default settings are a little more secure than in previous versions. By default Exchange 2007 requires SSL/TLS secured connections (Secure logon), which means to ensure the client connects to the secured port. See this figure, choose Server Configuration > Client Access> IMAP4 > Properties, and click Authentication. No change is needed here unless you want to use a different logon method.
When you use the SSL/TLS connection, it is important to make sure your client computer trusts the certificate path used for traffic encryption. Otherwise a warning appears when you open Outlook as shown in this figure.
If you click Yes, the warning window goes away and Outlook continues without any problem. But Outlook asks you the same question again the next time you open Outlook.
If you want to use a different logon method, then Outlook E-mail Accounts settings are required to change accordingly.
Exchange 2007 has three kinds of logon methods:
You have to configure the client side setting accorddingly. For example, if server-side settings is secure logon, then the client-side settings possibly need to be set up like this:
If you use Outlook 2003, you need to have at least the SP3 installed in order to use the SMTP server for outgoing emails. Without the SP3 installed, you can receive this error message:
'Sending' reported error (0x800CCC7D) :
'Your outgoing (SMTP) server does not support SSL-secured connections. If SSL-secured connections have worked in the past, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'
Microsoft Office Service Pack 3 is available at: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=E25B7049-3E13-433B-B9D2-5E3C1132F206&displaylang=en
There is currently no verification procedure available for this configuration.
There is currently no specific troubleshooting information available for this configuration.